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      Come up with the best solution, with so many square meters of InGaAs multi-junction solar panels in space, and the current and EMF it produces, that will cause x number of spinning wheels at and as CW at Pearson orbit (144,000 km from earth), with Torque = radius x mass x angular acceleration, where wheel must spin at accelerating speeds half the time during perigee to produce torque vector cross product, or linear force toward earth to prevent hose from snapping, and then decelerate, which means angular acceleration in the opposing direction, during apogee, where CW falls toward earth. There are 4 unknowns – surface area of solar panels, radius (where arms of spinning wheel are strong but contribute negligible weight to wheel), with large mass “bulbs”, you must determine at ends, maybe four “bulbs” total, that can be the solar panels themselves energizing electric motors at center to turn wheels, and radius, as well as the number of wheels, which could be many, but close enough to end of hose that separation is negligible.
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    • H2, O2 fuel rate for stabilizing Space Hose
      Calculate how fast hydrogen and oxygen must travel, at 1 atmosphere of pressure, through 6 hoses (4 for H2, 2 for O2) that are 1.45 cm in inner diameter, and must burn fuel half the time, during perigee phase, to overcome weight versus centrifugal force counter-stretching and potential breaking effects. Use conservation of energy principles, where Lagrangian and Hamiltonian equations are useful given change in gravitational and centrifugal forces for differential forces. Think of hoses as 1.5 cm in diameter with a 0.5 mm wall thickness, 10% high density polyethylene, 90% carbon nano-tube, extending to Pearson orbit 144,000 km away, but uniform, where CW, weight of space station at GEO, are negligible.
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    • Conditions for Solar Ferris Wheel and Torque to Stabilize Space Hose
      Come up with the best solution, with so many square meters of InGaAs multi-junction solar panels in space, and the current and EMF it produces, that will cause x number of spinning wheels at and as CW at Pearson orbit (144,000 km from earth), with Torque = radius x mass x angular acceleration, where wheel must spin at accelerating speeds half the time during perigee to produce torque vector cross product, or linear force toward earth to prevent hose from snapping, and then decelerate, which means angular acceleration in the opposing direction, during apogee, where CW falls toward earth. There are 4 unknowns – surface area of solar panels, radius (where arms of spinning wheel are strong but contribute negligible weight to wheel), with large mass “bulbs”, you must determine at ends, maybe four “bulbs” total, that can be the solar panels themselves energizing electric motors at center to turn wheels, and radius, as well as the number of wheels, which could be many, but close enough to end of hose that separation is negligible.
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    • H2, O2 fuel rate for stabilizing Space Hose
      Calculate how fast hydrogen and oxygen must travel, at 1 atmosphere of pressure, through 6 hoses (4 for H2, 2 for O2) that are 1.45 cm in inner diameter, and must burn fuel half the time, during perigee phase, to overcome weight versus centrifugal force counter-stretching and potential breaking effects. Use conservation of energy principles, where Lagrangian and Hamiltonian equations are useful given change in gravitational and centrifugal forces for differential forces. Think of hoses as 1.5 cm in diameter with a 0.5 mm wall thickness, 10% high density polyethylene, 90% carbon nano-tube, extending to Pearson orbit 144,000 km away, but uniform, where CW, weight of space station at GEO, are negligible.
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