Radiometer and Its Composite Force
call the radiometer force a composite force as it includes the deceleration of
the rarefied gas molecules in transferring molecular momentum to give the net
acceleration of the vanes. In the complexity of the radiometer rarefied gas
reactions I also note the simplicity of the vanes rotating in response to the input
a well balance radiometer the net force could be transferring the molecular
energy momentum to reach 2000 plus rpm macro vane momentum. After this
transfer the gas molecules become a dead weight until energized.
testing is in a partial vacuum of 100 to 300 microns. A 60w halogen light
was focused on various weight aluminum strips with carbon black on one side. The
strips were holed to move freely on a horizontal, level rod.
the weightier strips the strips would show a little motion and would then bind
on the rod. Yet I observed an approximately 0.002 gm, 1 cm strip, holed on one
end to hang on the rod, that the strip moved first with agitation and then
energetically around and along the rod. Though a small mass, I
found the centrifugal motion could have
directional movement. This tending to confirm William Crookes' original
is almost as a special case to determine the possibility of a forward motion. It
is my feeling with proper equipment and balancing that a larger mass could be
made to show forward motion on a level rod. I also note standard radiometer vane
rotation occurred with larger radiometer type vane surfaces of about 1 gm. )
limited equipment I do not take the testing further. As a proposal I would
next use a test "apparatus" with the "surfaces" fixed
to a light weight rod. The rod suspended with fine wires. This test would
determine if the force could be directed to propel such a light weight
"apparatus" forward. The forward movement would be limited by
the wire mounting. Yet I feel the further confirmation of a forward movement
could open the possibility the application of a net force might cause the
acceleration of a body by using the inertia of a body (rather than the earth) as
the "accelerative base".
study of the radiometer force would first confirm my above observation. Then the
study would follow to include the energizing and the deceleration phase of
molecules to give the resulting vane acceleration. It would explore the
implied high molecular velocities across the vane surfaces. It would explore why
there is little apparent offsetting back force in the vane acceleration.
It would quantify the efficiency of the
transfer of molecular energy momentum to macro momentum.
It would quantify the efficiency of the transfer of molecular energy momentum to macro momentum.
often focused on the taking apart and quantifying. In contrast the
study of the radiometer force would look at the radiometer as a total process in transferring
energy to macro
In another paper I propose a composite type force could be the "dark energy" contributing to accelerative expansion. . Accelerativeprocess.com
November 22, 2015 L.Thompson