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    • Building Nikola Tesla's Bladeless Turbine:

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    Default Re: Building Nikola Tesla's Bladeless Turbine

    What if the disks had a textured surface?

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    Using a bunch of discs instead of a solid wheel is so simple and genius at the same time.
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    this is so cool.

    if the goverment is into cloning ibet they cloned tesla 1000x times
    Thats why we never get anything out from area 51 all the workers are tesla clones XD

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    Quote Posted by cecilmeyer (here)
    What if the disks had a textured surface?
    I think it would cause negative friction ?

    The device dose make me think about the 'Schist Disk'
    :https://www.bing.com/search?q=schist...282fb041628fc7

    Not so much for this blade turbine, but just what was it for?
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    Default Re: Building Nikola Tesla's Bladeless Turbine

    Correct me if I am wrong, but one of the main problems with Tesla Turbines is that the high RPMs are brutal on bearings. Perhaps, some sort of magnetic bearings would make them last longer???

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    Quote Posted by Sunny-side-up (here)

    The device dose make me think about the 'Schist Disk'
    :https://www.bing.com/search?q=schist...282fb041628fc7

    Not so much for this blade turbine, but just what was it for?
    Interesting association, as that rock relic looks designed to spin. Yes, likely not a power turbine, first because it appears fragile, and second because whoever made it wouldnít need such a simple function as an air/water turbine to get power.

    My thoughts go to acoustics, from the material and the proportions. I have read ideas of acoustics being somehow utilized to unweight big stones for transport. If that is true, then this type of device might have served to modulate sound, as it spins. Served to step up ~tuning or intensity or focus.


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    Quote Posted by Kuperkai (here)
    Correct me if I am wrong, but one of the main problems with Tesla Turbines is that the high RPMs are brutal on bearings. Perhaps, some sort of magnetic bearings would make them last longer???
    Are we sure that air was Teslaís intended working fluid? Sorry, Iíve not researched this, the OP vid all Iíve seen of it.

    Steam was well known in his time, and would approximate compressed air, but that would introduce even more challenges to fast spinning bearings.

    Other than on windmills, water was the activator of turbines since way before Mr. Tesla, and the patent labelling uses just that word.

    Your question is good, if this was a steam engine. If water was intended, RPMs would be much lower.
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