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sleepsleep
i thought about this yesterday,

it seems car is very bulky and unsafe,

let me share my wheel which powered by air, using elon musk tesla battery,

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the battery pack is movable,

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when vehicle turn left or right, the battery pack will adjust itself opposite to forces and make it more stable,

heavy is good for stability when driving in higher speed, but isn't it car too heavy? why they use steel? if car clothed by high quality balloon air pack, wouldn't it be more safe?
Post 23 Jul 2016, 08:04
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YONG



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YONG
Take a look at the following link before proceeding further with your design:

Compressed-air vehicle
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Compressed-air_vehicle

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Post 23 Jul 2016, 09:28
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DOS386



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When air expands, as it would in the engine, it cools dramatically (Charles's law) and must be heated


No problem. I have the solution: don't compress air, but radon !!! Its radioactive decay will provide the necessary heat for free. Patent pending Very Happy
Post 25 Jul 2016, 06:38
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YONG



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First, you would need a sealed engine that is full of highly-concentrated radon gas. Otherwise, the heat energy generated would not be sufficient and could not sustain for a reasonably long period of time.

Second, why would any sane person want to drive / sit in a car that is equipped with a radioactive engine?

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