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Designing a Futuristic Magnetic Turbine (MHD drive)
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A solid state turbine may be the next evolution for marine travel, just like Novium is the next evolution of pens.
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Learning from my first design, I created an improved marine thruster that uses magnetohydrodynamic thrust. It took the better part of a month, and plenty of tests. This really pushed my 3D printing skills to the limit, but it also lead to fully functional thruster that outperformed my expectations. Thanks to Onshape for their awesome modeling program. Create a free Onshape account here: Onshape.pro/PlasmaChannel
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@PlasmaChannel

3 months ago

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@theHacksmith

3 months ago

Let's make a big one together.

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@viduraherath4008

3 weeks ago

The lack of rotating components is actually a great feature of the turbine considering how damage prone a high speed propeller is to light impacts. This would also minimise marine wildlife incidents where props end up cutting and harming marine life. It also means that there would be significantly less maintenance and manufacturing requirement, and being sealed off as one part is a very good trait for something designed to be leakproof

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@apu_apustaja

1 week ago

Weld a lot of the outer tubes side by side, and 3D print the magnet housing to be buoyant, and hey-presto you've got the back part of a boat which uses it's propulsion system as a stressed member.

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@ryanmartin5668

2 months ago

I like how you said you sent the “final design” over to your printer, like you’re not laying in your bed staring at the ceiling imagining further upgrades and improvements right now. LoL.

This channel is awesome. Keep innovating and inspiring.

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@Lol_Pig

2 months ago

This channel and Smarter Every Day, such a wealth of knowledge and practical science

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@boxlessthinker1973

2 months ago

Taking the time to explain your premise, testing, revisions, and processes brings us on the journey with you.

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@integza

3 months ago

That's awesome! Also I think you just gave me an idea

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@marksstudio

2 months ago

Just came upon your channel and that was excellent. You put a lot of time, effort and funds into that thruster, and it exceeded expectations. I had to subscribe.

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@Bricklemore

4 weeks ago

It'd be fascinating to see how scale changes output by like half size.

this is wicked mate can't wait to see more

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@williamskris6335

2 months ago

Fantastic! I would like to see a boat built with some of these turbines! Great food for thought!

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@foohines

2 months ago

It would be awesome if you could capture the byproduct hydrogen and oxygen gases created by the electrolysis of this thruster and create a type of afterburner that ignites them and creates more thrust from the wasted energy

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@rathoreatri_03

2 months ago

Change the cathode to graphene for more conduction and thus increase the flow. You can also change the inner wall of the collector to aluminum. I am impressed because I have made almost the same design for the new thruster but for a drone, so our goals are different but our approaches are the same. All the best for further development and see you soon in real life for such projects.

Hope you read my comment ❤

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@waynesworldofsci-tech

3 months ago

I’d like to see a boat, but even more a comparison of efficiency between propellers and your drive.

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@fudgepopdouglas

3 weeks ago

I am literally so jealous of that pen omg wth I absolutely love it.

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@Whoaskedlol123

1 week ago

This guy is just too amazing

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@OYisit

1 week ago

Great job going solid state in any field is the greatest technical leap.

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@johnplump3760

4 weeks ago

You are amazing!! I am very impressed. In my next life I hope to some of the things that you do.
Look forward to see if a boat will move with your design.

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@victoryfirst2878

2 months ago

THIS is a very clever design fella. NICE WORK TOO.

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@DanteYewToob

3 months ago

Just a tip for your demonstrations, try adding fine mica powder to the water instead of ink. The mica shows flow and looks really cool, but most importantly it shows basically every detail of turbulence, flow and direction very clearly. (Think of those cool paint mixing videos with the insane swirls and colors.) and they come in basically any color and you only need to add it once and it will just continue to work without constantly adding dye or particulates.

We used this technique in school when we learned about fluid dynamics and I use them all the time for resin work, so they’re readily available now because of the popularity of epoxy crafting.

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