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    Or alternatively if it's contributing to the main...

    Or alternatively if it's contributing to the main stuff, although it may as well increase stress if it's all done to rotate the part on the bottom left (if there're 4 of those).
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    Dont know how grandfather clocks run as I'm...

    Dont know how grandfather clocks run as I'm young. If you're trying to save the small gears center with load coming from black things then you're not doing much unless the gears down bottom are not...
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    https://www.engineersedge.com/engineering-forum/at...

    https://www.engineersedge.com/engineering-forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=1438&stc=1
    you're working the angles there

    Make B a swindel

    The idea with a plank looking up on the edge of a lever...
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    So then I realize that the idea with steam...

    So then I realize that the idea with steam turbine is to create vaccum where condesing water is part of that. So any gas that losses enthalpy quickly while having high cap on temps?
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    Makes it ordered, thereby increasing velocity...

    Makes it ordered, thereby increasing velocity then despite the air resistance. Enthalpy (just a rehash) is degree of disorder factored by temperature?

    Thereby if it losses temperature in...
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    CCGT in jet engine

    Trying to make combined cycle for jet engine. Thus would like to know if there're substitutes to water to store "enthalpy" in steam form without being condesed back into fluid as this system will be...
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