On Sun, January 5, 2014 12:39 am, Fons Adriaensen wrote:
This little guy seems to have mastered the art:
I suppose it is possible that some materials could be quite energy
efficient as they are destructed. I wonder if it is theoretically possible
to harness this affect to generate energy from some exotic materials
thereby using sound as a tool to generate energy which could be used to
generate more sound thereby creating a pretty impressive feedback loop.
> What is clear is that acoustic radiation pressure plays a role.
Theoretically would an ambisonic levitation system be able to lift an
object with large surface area, high rigidity and low mass? For example a
carpet made from layered graphene?
Would it require less energy than an equivalent magnetic levitation system?
I wonder how much graphene is required to support an object with the mass
of a human.
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