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But.. there was no load on the turbine when he was testing it. In a real world application.. it wouldn't spin nearly as fast.
Amazing explain! It explode my mind, thanks for this video
um, then dont do 3m disks. have multiple smaller disks. Isnt that what Tesla did with the SpaceX raptor engines?
Today if this turbine in use we can add more disk i mean over 30k rpm that crazy
this video is like putting a script into an auto reader I'm sorry I can't watch this
Nicola..was. .very Spiritual
Very nice way to explain 🖤
why would you need a turbine 3 meters in diameter. What about a turbine less than half a meter in diameter with the same torque. But I guess harnessing 50k to 100k rpms from turbine to generator would be difcult because turning a generator at such high rpms would be ????? I don't know but something small with a reduction of rpms could produce a hell of a lot torque. Power house in a small package.
Is this the most efficient type of powered water pump there is compared to any other conventional type of pump designs?
I wonder if the blades were made thinner at the edge could alleviate the problems. Thinning the edges would allow a greater area for the fluid to flow through thus reducing the drag effect.
just need to synthesis a super-alloy capable of running at 100,000RPM and boom 99.99% Efficiency woo
See ing turbine without Blade make my brain sick
"Let the future tell the truth, and evaluate each one according to his work and accomplishments. The present is theirs; the future, for which I have really worked, is mine." Nikola Tesla
When the pressure can give you more than 50k rpm but you only choose to receive less than 10k rpm, you are literally wasting the energy... which means that turbines nowadays are still very inefficient.
Tesla invented the flying disk he used his wireless towers to power it now they're self contained power source
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Why increse the diameter when you can increse the width of the turbine? I don't understand that problem...
Very nice animation and explanation! Thank You!
What if the whole system were to be placed in a vacuum or in a low pressure environment? Would this increase efficiency, as unrealistic as it sounds
Are there not modern materials that can resist blade warping?
Tesla really thought he saw a pigeon with laser eyes talk to him then die in his arms.
My what a great world it could of been??????????Who changed that............🤣
I'm no engineer but the tesla turbine sounds extremely inefficient. I would know if it was if you bothered to say how much power it takes to get the thing running in the first place instead of focusing on what it can do during and after it has an unknown amount of power. Also if this thing is actually being used why not use a photo of a real one instead of a 3d model?
Heat is another problem. Now a day, we have centrifugal pump, torque convert etc. work on such principle.
Reduce rotor diameter.
🤣🤣🤣 Every piece of technology is thanks to Nicholas Tesla. But, school only teaches about Einstein and Thomas Edison who never invented anything
Edison did invent a few things, but his only deeply important one is the corporate laboratory, because it makes science & engineering more economically sustainable (he may have personally invented the record player and film projector, but both are antiquated, and would have been old versions anyways). As for Einstein, he was a scientist, while Tesla was more of an engineer- meaningfully different fields. Einstein earned his fame by devising formulas to predict observations (including quantum mechanics observations, though he was trying to _disprove it_ when he did so), while Tesla was _mostly_ focussed on applying existing knowledge in new ways. Hence Tesla invented the induction motor and an early version of the electric grid, while Einstein is distantly related to some particular aspects of modern electronics (the transistor is built off quantum mechanics). I think Einstein had something to do with improving the understanding of thermionic emissions (which were used in vacuum tubes) too, but I forget the details.
Can they be utilized in a Zero G environment?
sooo.. Engineering impossiblity? so that means Nikola Tesla is still way ahead of our time even at 2021. The idea and concept is sound but the engineering materials has not caught up yet?
His visions was in those days way way beyond vision that Musk has...oh btw Musk took the name of this famous engineer only to make money.
AWESOME! Tesla is seriously under rated! ADDING SOME TINY SURFACE BUMPS OR CUTS WOULD IMPROVE EFFICENCY AND REDUCE THE TIP SPEED.
If Tesla were alive today, we would have faster than light travel
Is this theorethical engineering lol. Mechanism would be viable with a spesific new material designed for this application
Tesla grown before science ❤
How different is this Tesla turbine different from the turbo charger in automobile engines or the modern day steam turbines.
How about this power generator? - 26 years after the company was closed down..? https://kenpedlar.weebly.com/what-has-ken-been-up-to.html?fbclid=IwAR2bn6kYH14O5h_5AKPSsBHkgPC25dW-w8iL0OVNBNM5QA6PmNC9-5DAxiMDual axis rotor or 'inertialess' drive...
Why this channel name weird now?
With Grapheno is possible to do it !
Tesla and DaVinci in today's world. We would be circling the sun on bicycles by now. LOL 😆
I heard if you name your company after this guy, people will think you invented electricity. Not discovered, invented
How about the highest quality carbon fiber, aerospace grade ceramics, or even synthetic sapphire disks?
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what if the discs were made out of much stronger material? sure the cost will be unreasonable but it'll be efficient in purely mechanical terms
To add stupid but wonder in dwelling in question, what happens if you wield the disk, as in making small piller inside the tiny gap? I mean if you think about it, to stop the warping for there have to be a support beam to hold the disk in place and yes I am aware of the disk losing some power of rpm. If we can wield it and not lose rpms and able keep the flow right then it would be the best energy conducting for little tiny gizmo would power probably 2 or 3 houses.
so all we need is a 6 inch disk that can go 35,000 rpm. if only there was a round item sort of like a high speed saw bade that can spin very fast like a high speed cutting tool. all joking aside would a composite Kevlar/ceramic plate work
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Tesla would of blue screened The Matrix
Creating such high efficiency turbines at that timI mean if he would've got more time or other scientists would've put efforts to his turbines ,they would surely have come out with some solutions and we would be using more efficient turbines in present time
Does this work in reverse? If you spin the flat plates does it generate thrust?
It can be a pump or compressor, yes It does not produce thrust it produces axial rotation, which, when combined with a generator produces continuous electricity. This video got alot of things wrong... if your really interested I'll post a link to a decent presentation of teslas work.
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Nikola Tesla , true genius & 100 years ahead of his time , a marvellous man , whose creativity became denied & abused . Men (or women ) like this never fit society , but add so much to it .
The efficiency argument is specious. Friction inherently causes dissipation. It probably depends a lot on the load, but the video does not address that. While the Tesla turbine is an interesting concept, traditional axial turbines work well enough, so the world will stick with them. The are millions of interesting engineering concepts, but the only ones that count are the ones that work in practice.
Tesla's turbine definitely worked. There are many people still using them today. Dont believe everything you see on an animated video less than 10 minutes long.
I didn't understood shit.
Maybe steel is the wrong material for the discs. Custom made ceramics or polymer maybe more suitable. Just layman thoughts.
You for sure know how to complicate something that is basic
Looks like a reverse cyclotron
Thank god for the creators
There's a reason he didn't have to build them big to get the same power output. Check the torque those small turbines produce.
why am i watching this now ....i used to skip physics class all the time
Wast of time...
Tesla was one of the smartest persons that have ever lived but he was too arrogant
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Wouldnt the RPM go down itself by itself when hooking up a load? I get that the tubine also needs a minimum RPM to work well. Do we know how much it is?
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There's a reason he was discredited & attacked financially. He was too genius for being not for profit but rather for humanity. That mentality is dangerous to those in power, especially those at the time, like Edison the Thief & J.P. Morgan
yo, what you doin measuring tip velocity in mach number? thats hella confusing bro. What does that even mean when the fluid is moving too?
It's ingenious, but in spite all the Tesla-fanboism on display, the prizes in engineering should go to the solutions that can actually be built and work efficiently. The Tesla turbine is great in theory (with currently impossible material science), but in practice only of use in edge cases (like pumping viscous fluids, or fluids with large particulate matter). In a sense, the Tesla turbine is like the space elevator: the best solution to a problem, if it weren't for the fact that we have no idea how to come up with the materials required, or if that's even physically possible under conditions on Earth.
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Mr Tesla was an electrical genius, he should have stayed focused on electrical inventions. I'm not impressed, the amount of energy required to do useful work with this turbine could be harnessed in better ways to do even more work.
I remember doing this as a kid with the hose. But just with the disk or wheel and the hose.
To hot to handle. ! 😂
This dude had an alien brain transplanted inside his skull. Lol
It's easy create Teslas turbine with needed rpm. And you dont need create 3 meter disks. Even I can create design for this turbines. Just say
due to some weird fact i had guessed the physics behind it correctly but i am not good in physics
Good work, how this graphic are made
So really he was way way ahead of his time.
Tesla made gravity help his water turbine, this is an amazing depth of thought engineer, I am delighted.
If stuff was taught this well in my FINNISH 🇫🇮 high school and college, I would have finished with having chosen all the physics classes
Task failed successfully the turbine
Yeah Tesla was a wizard
Hmmm.If the RPM is the problem of material fatigue, simply, you can't make it efficient by inventing new material.Yeah, generators can be adjusted.But also the turbine. Here's a theory:- add to the shafts flywheels which has some sort of magnets in it- the flow valve for the turbine is regulated through the flywheel electromagnetic induction that regulates the valve- valve is an electromechanical component, meaning, the more flywheel spins or vice versa, opening or closing of the flow valve is regulated- flywheels add rotational energy, so the generators internal resistance under load is being mitigated- it's a pain to optimise it but it's palusible.- power of generators is closely proportional to the size and weight of the flywheel- 3 phase motor with 36 poles is more than enough for 3000 RPM- you can always make a shutoff by making the generator as a break for the flywheels. Thoughts?
Very nice demonstration of boundary layer concept @4:18
i can only assume that physics plays a part in this. there by, shrinking the radius of the disk will ultimately slow the recorded speed of the outside circumference of the disk. we should all know that the inside radius of a disk spins slower then the outside of the disk at the same point, if you understand the "point" i mean. a disk with a 6 inch radius will spin faster on the outer edge then a disk with a 3 inch diameter at the outer edge.also, surface tension plays a huge role in this. if you use a smooth disk, with low surface tension, the less the force the viscus fluid will have.
It is not an engineering impossibility. We just haven't found the right material yet to make it possible.
That new element which can withstand 50k rpm will still be lying somewhere just to be discovered.
Think of how many inventions have been surpressed and gagged because the current industry wants to keep the status qoue. Cancer treatment. Better engines and fuel delivery systems. All kinds of things that would make our lives better but wouldn't generate enough money for the fat cats fat a$$ pockets.
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His mind was in future, im sure someday we could solve this impossible seeming engineering problem , it always seems impossible till its done.
Look up Adam Savage flywheel. It has th scale of a disk but spins a lot slower. Still it's too dangerous. I'm sure they will find even better designs
I wish someone could go back in time to tell Tesla that, among everything else, one particoular kind of turbine/pump of his creation would be useful indeed, as it would be put inside people's hearts hence making them survive to transplant.. i guess he'd be amazed
@Adolfo Troncoso lo siento, no intiendo el castellano :(
Es posible en castellano
so make it wider
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