There are many field examples of motorized, wheeled vehicles capable of staying on the surface of water. It appears that the requirement is sufficient "reverse-pressure" against the part of the water surface being interacted with. Can somebody explain the physics of this? and...
Question: Is it possible for a stationary wheeled vehicle to remain on the surface of water? For instance, would a vehicle with two powered wheels turning in opposing directions be able to remain on the surface? Maybe wide, slick wheels... à la Tesla turbine?
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