Sunday, 18 September 2016

The water diesel

Never a word about prducing He and X=rays.
If you inject water into an engine at 10 atmospheres, it does Molecular Nuclear Fusion
1 H2O+TU->He+O+E2+X-ray
Scientists have been puzzled for years, about how much the steam heats up. After all, as the water vaporises it should cool. Systems use the waste heat of the exhaust, to get water at 230oC. And is only liquid because of the pressure.
We reduce the pressure and the water cools down, but the steam molecules are in turbulent interaction, and form helium and oxygen gases.
I was told about this in 2001, but did not have time to follow it up at Sheffield University department of enginee3rinng materials – where I was preparing for a PhD.
My supervisor was talking about the turbulent flow of high pressure water producing micro bubbles (of He and O). He had stumbled across Molecular Nuclear Fusion. OK not stumble – his uncle came up with sonoluminescence.  Here is the combustion of diesel.
2 C12H26+pO2->(12CO2+(13-r)H2O-E)+r(He+O+E2) note oxidising the C radical takes in heat
So we are not at 10millionoC. But Arctic fish hearts do Molecular Nuclear Fusion at -20oC. Plants do it down to -4oC – they use antifreeze, to stop the water freezing.
This is interesting stuff, as we can inject regular water at 10 atmospheres, and the water will diesel. Giving us steam, H and O at 330oC. No Fossil Fuels burn, or CO2.
Regular water – no over priced Fossil Fuels. There is a lot of stuff out there, on injecting water into a running diesel or petrol car.
Spitfires had water injection, which would give you a speed boost – but destroy the engine. Regular diesels run at 8 atmospheres.
So there is work to be done. But now we know the extra heat is caused by nuclear fusion. A working Fossil Fuels engine does a little Molecular Nuclear Fusion.
Ti plating the engine will double the fusion we do 0 doubling the power of the engine – for the same fuel burn. Or getting the same power from half the fuel.
Running the engine entirely off water? Why not. We do need a higher pressure, but only 10 rather than 8 atmospheres. A cone head modification to a present diesel will do this.
Then we drive off water. Producing an exhaust of steam, with a trace of He and O gases – as Fossil Fuels burning produces today.
And I was told it 15 years ago. If you are in an engineering laboratory, it is the work of an afternoon to get a working water diesel. I noticed my previous article on this subject came up as search 9 on Google 'water diesel. I hope this is of some use to you.

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