|November 16, 2004, 10:57||
Coriolis pressure as the key for extremely efficie
I have received links to an interesting paper that discusses some novel ideas about the rule of Coriolis pressure in the efficiency of certain types of turbines with spiral ducts. It is mainly related to the work and devices of Victor Schauberger. The links to the html version of the paper:
or rightclick the link to the pdf version at the bottom of the page:
and chose 'save link as…' to download.
What do you think about the presented arguments?
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