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Apr
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comment Cooling - in vs out?
@PranavHosangadi i.stack.imgur.com/QULNh.jpg.... so im confused
Apr
27
comment Cooling - in vs out?
@PranavHosangadi yes but below the power supply there is a cooler which sucks heat out..... I dont believe it's doing it's job for nothing
Apr
27
comment Cooling - in vs out?
@PranavHosangadi FYI todays computers uses sucking air rather than pushing.... but from my testing it's the opposite which is better. so im in a bit of a conflict here .never mind i'll wait for more scientific explanation. thank you.
Apr
27
comment Cooling - in vs out?
are you serious I cant test it. that's why i ask it. tnx
Apr
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Apr
27
comment Cooling - in vs out?
@PranavHosangadi I could answer you in this way : when I push the air inside Im actually keeping the worm inside while When I suck the air - I'm getting the worm outside faster .......... BUT I could also the opposite. hence my question.
Apr
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asked Cooling - in vs out?
Apr
5
comment Fuel and heated iron?
so , If you pull a grenade in Space, what happens ?
Apr
5
comment Fuel and heated iron?
Thanks :-).........
Apr
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Mar
30
comment Fuel and heated iron?
Yes I meant a "tub"/container :-)
Mar
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accepted Fuel and heated iron?
Mar
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asked Fuel and heated iron?
Jul
27
comment Why this perpetuum mobile can't be possible?
@mikhailcazi yes indeed thank you.
Jul
27
accepted Why this perpetuum mobile can't be possible?
Jul
27
comment Why this perpetuum mobile can't be possible?
@mikhailcazi agree. but I dont tend to educate people about helping other people raise their knowledge.
Jul
27
asked Why this perpetuum mobile can't be possible?
Jul
27
accepted Physics behind Wheel Slipping