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Magic Carpet (Moscow Phys-Tech)

Once sitting in heavy traffic the Baron von Münchausen thinking of a new kind of "magic carpet" type aircraft. The top surface of the large flat panel is held at a constant temperature T1 and the lower surface at a temperature T2 > T1He reasoned so as to, during collision with the hot exterior, air molecules acquire additional momentum and consequently will transfer an equal momentum to the panel.

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The back of the handkerchief estimates he was able to make quickly for 1m2 of such a panel showed that if T1 = 273K and T2 = 373  air temperature 293 K this panel would be able to levitate itself and a payload the Baron of about 103 kg.

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