GE Unimpossible Missions A Snowball’s Chance In Hell
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[GE Unimpossible Missions A Snowball’s Chance In Hell]
THIS EXPERIMENT WAS CONDUCTED BY GE ENGINEERS ON DEC 16, 2015
GE THEATER PRESENTS
There’s an expression we use for an unlikely or impossible event. When something is little or no chance, we say that it has a snowball’s chance in hell.
“A SNOWBALL’S CHANCE IN HELL”
But those are the kinds of odds we like. In our experiment, we’re going to send a snowball to hell. And try to bring it back safely.
We’ll be attempting this in an old foundry, with a molten metal reaches temperatures of over 2,000 degrees. We think this makes it pretty much the closest thing to hell that exists on earth.
To pull this off, we got GE scientists and engineers at the global research center to collaborate and come up with the solution. They drew on technology from the power, aviation and healthcare industries and developed a vessel made from a special super alloy. It was engineered to withstand incredibly high temperatures. So we normally used to build jet engines, which have to endure extreme environmental stresses. But it was never designed from this.
STEVE. MECHANICAL ENGINEER
GE GLOBAL RESEARCH
We’re putting the snowball in a specially designed 3D printed holder and then placing that in our vessel. Then we lower it into a vat and completely cover it in molten metal slag. And when we pull it out, we hope our snowball will be intact.
IMAGINE THE OTHER IMPOSSIBLE THINGS WE CAN DO.
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