Mark Rober, NASA engineer, is able to move into a fluid state with a device of solid sand.
There’s nothing like a hot shower after an exhaust day. Instead of the shower, you can have peace of mind in the place of this fatigue feeling if you have been in the fashion spa of the last years. Former NASA engineer Mark Rober wanted to make a nice spa for him, but he used a piece of material that we were not used to using.
He filled the sand in a private space fluid, Rober has shared with us the coolest video. He has recently published. Moreover, you will get a better understanding of the significance of this discourse by seeing how much different content he has in him channel.
So how to make a fluid sand and make a move just like objects falling into the water? In the system that Rober developed, thin pipes with small holes were laid beneath a certain reservoir. Once, we connect all these thin pipes together and make a single outlet, we see that this outlet also connects to the air.
The only thing you need to do filling the sand and run the gear. The sand particles splashed into the air by the effect of the air coming from the bottom come back to its original condition with the effect of gravity, with the decrease of this effect. This phenomenon is the result of the constant repetition of the coming out of the liquid sand. You can find the video.