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Damn you, this is so cool I just have to try it even though I cant think of any reason I need it.
If I remember my rocketry adding weight to the nose increases stability. You have to make sure the center of gravity is ahead of the center of pressure. Kits are designed for this. changing weight distribution should only be done after you understand some aeronautics.
I have just a bit of advice. 200A is an enormous currecnt for a pcb even with added bus bars, you may have real problems with it. You will likely need active cooling of the shunt resistors. Their power rating probably assumes 70 degree ambient temperature (air temperature at the resistor surface). Dissipating 5 watts witout active cooling would require a large heatsink which may be difficult with smd shunt resistors.
Wow, perhaps the best real science instructable I've seen. Reminds me of the old Scientific American Amateur Science column, a collection of which are available in book form.
Do you know what "speed" is? There is no cpu that clocks at rate you state. Multiplying number of cores by clock rate is not a valid measure of performance if the system and application are not able to fully utilize it, and apart from perhaps gaming few do. CPU clock is misleading as an indicator of performance, MIPS orMEGA FLOPS is a much better benchmark but even they can be misleading. You don't need a supercomputer for word processing, email, or web browsing
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Another method is to backprint on clear or matte lexan film and then spray paint a background color. The image is thus protected and really professional. Corel Draw allows mirror imaging so the image comes out correct when printed on the back of the film. I use this regularly with a laser printer.
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Not to nit pick but this seems way off. The rule of thumb on total insolation is 100 watt per square foot so 100 square feet would give 10KW maximum. You claim up to 6.7 KW, but the most efficient solar cells in home power systems is less than 30% and most of the energy lost is in the form of heat, not reflection. The numbers simply don't add up.