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A contest!18-08-2019 23:04
keepit
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Between who can be the most obnoxious vs. who can produce the best ideas.
19-08-2019 01:22
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keepit wrote: Between who can be the most obnoxious vs. who can produce the best ideas.

Team "O" ... pick me! Pick me!

I'm firing up the Rammstein right now. Preparing a small alcoholic "catalyst" for a proper kickoff!

Great idea!


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20-08-2019 20:59
Ccherry
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Why not release a cloud of a titanium alloy with a light weight reflective but magnetic metal around the SOHO and keep it in place with periodic pulses from a solar powered electromagnet on tethers like the ones Japan is using to gather space debris. It would require a major payload BUT you've got the umbra working for you.
20-08-2019 21:24
GasGuzzlerProfile picture★★★★☆
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Ccherry wrote:
Why not release a cloud of a titanium alloy with a light weight reflective but magnetic metal around the SOHO and keep it in place with periodic pulses from a solar powered electromagnet on tethers like the ones Japan is using to gather space debris. It would require a major payload BUT you've got the umbra working for you.


Annoying and obnoxious.


All the time the base and surface are at equal temperature as the equilibrium graduates to establish the temperature development--Pete Rogers
Edited on 20-08-2019 21:27
22-08-2019 02:27
tmiddlesProfile picture★★★★★
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GasGuzzler wrote:
Ccherry wrote:
Why ... you.


Annoying and obnoxious.


Hey GasGuzzler, I'm very curious to know your thoughts on the thread over here:
greenhouse-gases-do-not-violate-the-stefan-boltzmann-law
22-08-2019 05:33
GasGuzzlerProfile picture★★★★☆
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tmiddles wrote:
GasGuzzler wrote:
Ccherry wrote:
Why ... you.


Annoying and obnoxious.


Hey GasGuzzler, I'm very curious to know your thoughts on the thread over here:
greenhouse-gases-do-not-violate-the-stefan-boltzmann-law


I've been following that thread, trying to learn a thing or two...and I have.

All honesty, that shit is WAY over my head.


All the time the base and surface are at equal temperature as the equilibrium graduates to establish the temperature development--Pete Rogers
22-08-2019 05:45
tmiddlesProfile picture★★★★★
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GasGuzzler wrote:
tmiddles wrote:
GasGuzzler wrote:
Ccherry wrote:
Why ... you.


Annoying and obnoxious.


Hey GasGuzzler, I'm very curious to know your thoughts on the thread over here:
greenhouse-gases-do-not-violate-the-stefan-boltzmann-law


I've been following that thread, trying to learn a thing or two...and I have.

All honesty, that shit is WAY over my head.


The formula's can look bazaar if you're not used to the symbols but the concepts are straight forward. The problem at issue is a high school level physics problem about how much thermal energy a person will lose through radiation.

It's helpful since that part is something we're all experiencing everyday on a personal level.

Humans generally lose half their body heat through radiation and half through conduction/convection with air.

Should be a piece of cake for ITN and IBdaMann to solve.
22-08-2019 09:32
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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tmiddles wrote:
GasGuzzler wrote:
tmiddles wrote:
GasGuzzler wrote:
Ccherry wrote:
Why ... you.


Annoying and obnoxious.


Hey GasGuzzler, I'm very curious to know your thoughts on the thread over here:
greenhouse-gases-do-not-violate-the-stefan-boltzmann-law


I've been following that thread, trying to learn a thing or two...and I have.

All honesty, that shit is WAY over my head.


The formula's can look bazaar if you're not used to the symbols but the concepts are straight forward. The problem at issue is a high school level physics problem about how much thermal energy a person will lose through radiation.

It's helpful since that part is something we're all experiencing everyday on a personal level.

Humans generally lose half their body heat through radiation and half through conduction/convection with air.

Should be a piece of cake for ITN and IBdaMann to solve.

Sure. What's the measured emissivity of the person?


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22-08-2019 09:42
tmiddlesProfile picture★★★★★
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Into the Night wrote:
tmiddles wrote:... The problem at issue is a high school level physics problem about how much thermal energy a person will lose through radiation.

Sure. What's the measured emissivity of the person?


tmiddles wrote:
Mechanisms-of-Heat-Transfer
[quote] Copied from the text book in the link above:
"Calculating the Net Heat Transfer of a Person
What is the rate of heat transfer by radiation of an unclothed person standing in a dark room whose ambient temperature is 22.0°C? The person has a normal skin temperature of 33.0°C and a surface area of 1.50m2. The emissivity of skin is 0.97 in the infrared, the part of the spectrum where the radiation takes place.


0.97




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