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Description of propellantless space propulsion engine

william elliott

on 4 March 2013

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photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli Main Page http://www.wjetech.cl/ Description of the proposal http://www.wjetech.cl/part1.htm Propulsion Cycle Illustrated http://www.wjetech.cl/part3.htm#Cycle Objections to the Fluid Space drive concept http://www.wjetech.cl/part2.htm Testing http://www.wjetech.cl/part1.htm#dtr Applications For The Elliott Fluid Space Drive (EFSD) http://www.wjetech.cl/part3.htm Press More
Fullscreen http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dean_drive http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eric_Laithwaite DIY model that travels horizontally, you can try it on ball bearings, air hockey table,
dry ice pluck, boat on water. Any method you try will work. Note:
The next few slides present a DIY test bed and a series of trials that soport the method.
Here are links to three additional easy and inexpensive methods to test the idea;
1) Using balancing masses:

2) Floating on water:

3) Levitating on dry ice pucks:
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