[Gasification] Mk2 Chip Guillotine
Doug.Williams at orcon.net.nz
Fri Jan 24 01:15:22 CST 2014
I will give it one more shot in the easiest way possible for me, which includes doing a lot of talking to myself of late(:-)
I agree 100% with your comments, but have to include the impossible dream required by some, of using minimal elbow grease. To me manual is the only option that is affordable in rural populations. Having seen road metal broken down from rocks to small chip with hammers, people will do anything to earn cash money in these places.
Back to the scrap pile.
On Thu, 23 Jan 2014 22:11:05 -0800
"Mark Ludlow" <mark at ludlow.com> wrote:
> Hi Doug,
> Regardless of how we do it, the same work is accomplished. W=F*distance, a
> scalar function. But, the instantaneous force required varies according to
> the geometry of the opposing force. On a 5cm stick, the first cm will shear
> easier than the second, etc. until the maximum diameter is passed through.
> Moving to an air cylinder certainly would complicate things while still not
> providing the maximum thrust at the right time--halfway through the shearing
> cut. Is there no wind, or oxen or other beasts to raise a guillotine to a
> trip point? An air cylinder implies first-world power sources and I thought
> that that was what we were without.
> Best regards, Mark
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