P4_1 Brownian Motors

Claire Davis, Freddie Tilley, Pete Hague


The concept of using Brownian motion as a source of energy to power a motor is explored, and the constraints of the system discussed. It is found that when there is a temperature gradient maintained in the system, it may behave as a heat engine and thus does not contradict any of the laws of thermodynamics.

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