and other Fossil Fuels! Oxidising carbon fuel does a little Molecular Nuclear Fusion – but oxidising the carbon radical take in massive heat.
1 Cm(H2O)n+pO2+TU+FL ->(mCO2-E+(n-r)H2O)+r(He+O+Er3)
This cycle does more Molecular Nuclear Fusion, as the pressure rises. Hence diesels outperform petrol engines. Supercharging the engine increases engine power. As does nitrous injection – which works less well that injecting liquid oxygen.
Which would give short term power increases.
One simple way to increase engine power, is to Ti plate the working surfaces – as Face Centred Cubic metals double the Molecular Nuclear Fusion.
So a Ti plate will halve the Fossil Fuels burn for life: we do need to tweak the fuel injection system or carburettor. Either in software, or by turning a screw.
So we have the oil burn for vehicle engines.
We can do the same trick for jet engines – we Ti plate the inlet side of the Ni turbine blades.
We can replace the metal turbine blades, we porous ceramic blades – which have the required strength. We coat the inlet side with TiO – a ceramic.
The burning fuel will now massively increase in temperature, from 1200oC, to 1800oC. This will increase the jet thrust by 40%.
Jets are easy, we run an engine as a scram jet – we start the engine with a fuel burn, to get the flame up to 700mph. Then we fire us the plasma tubes.
This have a steam plasma. They do Molecular Nuclear Fusion
2 H2O+TU ->2H++O2++4e- makes a seam plasma of radicals and electrons
3 H++e- ->n0 the hydrogens and electrons form neutrons.
4 H++r n0 ->Er3+L+X-ray so the jet exhaust is now a shining sun!
5 16O2++TU->8H++8e-+E the oxygens fission into Hs
Hi to my friends at MIT. How about some experimental data. I know that gas plasmas release X and gamma rays – which means they are doing nuclear stuff.
A Na flourescent loses mass, and then stops working. If we charge up with H2O, the plasma uses 3cc of regular water in 5 years! And once started, draws no mains current.
We can use a steam plasma tube to replace gas and oil burning. We found a 50x1cm steam plasma at 4 atmospheres produced a constant 1.2 MW, off a volume of water we could not measure! Around 0.035cc per decade.
It ran at 800oC, and produce ultraviolet light. As an array of suck tubes over a field, would replace sun light.
A 1m x 2cm steam plasma produces 5.8 MW – from regular water. And a pulse of 2,000 V 0.01amps we start the plasma off. If we maintain the pressure at 4 atmospheres, we draw no external current.
So no Fossil Fuels burn. No CO2. And 9 tubes will run a 100 MW power station, though we do use a Carnot heat pump to recycle the heat of the spent steam.
So we return 85% of the heat to the boiler room – where it meats the now liquid water. We can use this idea on present power plants.
They burn 1 9th of the fuel, for the same power output – by using 4% of the generated power to drive the heat pump. Designing the system is a good 1st year engineering summer practical.
By utilising steam plasma tubes, we replace all burning of oil and gas. A 1m row of oil or gas burners only produce 45 kW – against 1.2 MW for a plasma tube.