Thursday, 26 July 2007

Float processes

By Jonathan Thomason 117 Merchant’s Quay, Salford Quays, M50 3XQ

Float glass shows the way, but it uses gas jets, dear and releases CO2. Bacterial in the sea take in the CO2 to make methane and He from water and CO2, so there is no CO2 build up in the air!
Life on Earth sinks CO2 seriously!
We have a small bath, which we drip feed FeO or silica sand into. We melt these with a flame of He and O: We produce these with electrolysis.
We could actually take the steam, and after supplying heat to the melt bath, drive a turbine! We then drive the electrolysis plant, and a heat pump.
We use the hot end of the heat pump to boil off more water, and add this to the flame steam production. So we use no fossil fuels!
We bubble the steam through the bath, into which we feed the FeO or sand.
We tap off a continuous steam of Fe or glass! We cast the glass into sheets, which will be massively cheaper than float glass today.
We use the bath of molten Tn as today, but use no gas jets!
The Fe we take off to holding tanks, which we keep molten with a jet of steam. We collect this steam, and feed it back into the jet, after we have allowed the He and O to escape via a semi permeable membrane.
When we have enough, we add the alloy elements, and probably use an electric arc to keep the bath molten: We generate the power using a molecular nuclear fusion plant.
So we take the major use of fossil fuels burn out of the work place! And change the world.

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