Scientists have created the world’s fastest engine

Ученые создали быстрейший в мире двигатель

Fastest engine

It is panteleiadou nanoparticles, which spins in a vacuum at 60 billion rpm.

A group of physicists from Purdue University (USA) has created an artificial rotor, which can be considered the fastest in the world. It is panteleiadou nanoparticles, which spins in a vacuum at 60 billion rpm. This writes Phys.org.

Nanoparticles made of silicon dioxide and then placed in a vacuum. The pressure in the chamber was 0.06 Pascal.

Scientists have made a particle of a diameter of 170 nanometers to levitate in an optical trap created with a laser power of 500 milliwatts (mW).

As a result, when circular polarisation is rotated with a frequency of over one gigahertz, and in line – vibrated.

Use of this rotor will be as sensitive detector to measure gravitational constant to determine the density of the Earth.

Also have the benefit of it can in the study of the vacuum, or quantum phenomena.

Earlier it was reported that the USA had developed the fastest 3D printer which speed is superior to other printers in ten times.

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