Author Topic: EM Drive Developments - related to space flight applications - Thread 2  (Read 2514465 times)

Offline Mulletron

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We have Cannae dimensions. Page 6 of the anomalous thrust paper has some.
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We have Cannae dimensions. Page 6 of the anomalous thrust paper has some.
How can one can conduct a thermal instability calculation with this information ?:

Quote from: page 6 of Brady et.al.
Each Cannae test article is approximately 11 inches in diameter and 4-5 inches between the ends of the beam pipes, not counting beam pipe extensions or antenna mounts.

It does not even include the most important buckling parameter: the thickness of the test article.
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From the video that Shawyer made of his test configuration  , many years ago, it is clear that the cone is moving towards the small diameter.

Not sure to why he wanted to represent