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Complete Liquid Boomerang with Fusion Reactor Physics

 
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Mustafa Umut Sarac
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BeitragVerfasst am: 11.06.2019, 16:49    Titel: Complete Liquid Boomerang with Fusion Reactor Physics Antworten mit Zitat

I am defending to design a complete free standing ferrofluid liquid boomerang.
This can happen in two ways.

First , we should design a core which will produce electric field in the shape of a boomerang and electric field would hold a substantial amount of liquid in itself .

Second , we will design a central unit which will not be placed inside of liquid but it would be at the outside of boomerang for example it will be at the corner and emit a electric field which will confine the liquid.

By the way , there would be two problem would be needed to match

Core or central unit magnetic field and magnetic field inside of ferrofluid.

If we can think further , magnetic field can produce more than single boomerangs and these liquid boomerangs can change every parameter and they can adapt to environment.

For example, we can change the rotating center of boomerang , change elongate or shorten , widen or narrower , change the airfoil shapes etc.

We can sense every flow at the surface and digitally, analog or natural change everything.

This can be done with biot savart equations.

This is prepost and I will post here more with papers.

No suprise , this is subject of tokamak and stellalators of fusion reactor technology.

Magnetic field can be engineered to rotate and boomerang becomes self propelled.

Mustafa Umut Sarac
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BeitragVerfasst am: 08.07.2019, 19:21    Titel: Antworten mit Zitat

Let me put few pictures again to visualise the ideas.

First, Antonio Gaudi, Casa Calvet Handle Picture : Look at the cavities





Second Picture , Human Lifting Kite, Look at the Cavities




Third and Fourth images are extreme powerful, magnetohydrodynamic fusion reactor selanoid plasma cavity traps







Electromagnetic Field Sensitive Ferro Fluid




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BeitragVerfasst am: 08.07.2019, 20:06    Titel: Antworten mit Zitat

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BeitragVerfasst am: 08.07.2019, 20:18    Titel: Antworten mit Zitat

Let me share few papers.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1N_WYaVIC3gPZVoJQ7Yo3w8v-g9tjG3YO/view?usp=sharing

PAPER IS ABOVE

THE MATHEMATICAL THEORY OF THREEDIMENSIONAL
CAVITIES AND JETS
P. R. GARABEDIAN


1957

1. Introduction. The theory of two-dimensional steady flows with
free streamlines has been studied intensively for over a century and
a thorough knowledge has been obtained both of methods for solving
special problems in closed form and of techniques for establishing the
existence of solutions for more general models. In contrast, the principal
investigations concerning three-dimensional free surface flow
have only appeared during the past decade and progress in this
direction has been confined almost entirely to problems possessing
axial symmetry. Even in the case of axial symmetry, most of the discussions
have centered about existence theorems [2] or qualitative
properties of the flow [3; 4], and very little has been learned about
explicit treatment of the specific models which arise in engineering
applications. We shall describe in the present article a systematic
procedure for the numerical solution of the free boundary problem
which was developed in an effort to fill this gap.
The chief significance of the method which we shall outline lies in
the wide variety of free boundary problems to which it applies. However,
for the sake of clear, concise presentation we prefer to restrict
our attention to one quite special, albeit important, example, with
the belief that in this manner we illustrate the basic ideas better and
still indicate their full scope. Thus we wish to place as much emphasis
on the general approach to be described as we give to the particular
numerical results mentioned, some of which might even be obtained
more simply by a slightly different attack [l].
We shall study in detail the axially symmetric Riabouchinsky flow
past a circular disk



https://drive.google.com/file/d/1zy81PF_BP3Ukz9SmB8ZQkTWkVQ_BkmDV/view?usp=sharing


PAPER IS ABOVE

Three-dimensional analysis of tokamaks
and stellarators
Paul R. Garabedian
*
Courant Institute, New York University, 251 Mercer Street, New York, NY 10012
Contributed by Paul R. Garabedian, July 8, 2008 (sent for review May 9, 2008)
The NSTAB equilibrium and stability code and the TRAN Monte
Carlo transport code furnish a simple but effective numerical
simulation of essential features of present tokamak and stellarator
experiments. When the mesh size is comparable to the island
width, an accurate radial difference scheme in conservation form
captures magnetic islands successfully despite a nested surface
hypothesis imposed by the mathematics. Three-dimensional asymmetries
in bifurcated numerical solutions of the axially symmetric
tokamak problem are relevant to the observation of unstable
neoclassical tearing modes and edge localized modes in experiments.
Islands in compact stellarators with quasiaxial symmetry
are easier to control, so these configurations will become good
candidates for magnetic fusion if difficulties with safety and
stability are encountered in the International Thermonuclear Experimental
Reactor (ITER) project.
magnetic fusion  numerical methods  plasma physics

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BeitragVerfasst am: 08.07.2019, 20:34    Titel: Antworten mit Zitat

NASA CONTRIBUTIONS TO
FLUIDIC SYSTEMS
A SURVEY
By
Terry M. Weathers
Prepared under Contract NASW-2173
by
Computer Sciences Corporation
Falls Church, Virginia
Technology

Fluidic systems are being used in increasing numbers to control manufacturing operations and for a wide range of sensing, logic, amplification, and control functions.
These applications take advantage of a fluidic system's ability to function solely by employing the fluid dynamic phenomena associated with a flowing stream of gas or liquid. Fluidic systems can be designed to operate with neither moving parts nor electrical components, although many designs incorporate these more conventional parts. NASA has investigated fluidic systems ranging from aircraft autopilots and rocket control systems to a fluidic clothes washer for zero-gravity operation. Most fluidic systems in use
today' however' are for monitoring and controlling industrial processes and operations and for environmental control of large buildings. Interesting medical applications have been studied and commercial medical equipment employing a fluidic system has appeared on the market.
This book describes how specialized requirements of NASA and others have influenced the evolution of fluidic systems from a laboratory curiosity known as a fluid amplifier in 1959 to operational systems employing hundreds of fluidic devices and fluidic integrated circuits. In addition to describing the contributions sponsored by the various NASA Centers, this book points out that a dynamic and growing fluidics industry has sprung up which is now independent of government sponsorship, although the industry continues to
support NASA, DOD, and AEC fluidics requirements. This book also offers suggestions on how to apply fluidics to new uses and how fums not presently familiar with this growing new technology may evaluate its worth and start to exploit its many advantages. As they do, new uses will be added to the current long list of weighing, measuring, counting, temperature sensing, and control functions already in being. This publication is one of a series sponsored by the NASA Technology Utilization Office to help industry benefit from research and development in the aerospace field. It is part of a program to identify, collect, organize, and disseminate aerospace developments that may have value for industry, education, and Federal, State and local Government agencies. References and a bibliography are provided to aid those who wish to obtain further information on specific topics for potential applications.
Director
Technology Utilization Office

PAPER IS BELOW

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1VDQIMivdyp_a8vgydtUp_IWVH33ZTwmM/view?usp=sharing


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BeitragVerfasst am: 08.07.2019, 20:53    Titel: Antworten mit Zitat

I have just posted few posts to describe what is in my mind.

You must think everything together.

I am thinking to build a boomerang with shape shifting ferrofluid where this liquid which will cover the whole electric wires , sensitive to flow and flow generated electric and this liquid will shape free form cavities where they will make computations and change the flow field.
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