Thursday, 6 October 2016

Fusion on Earth – a steam train


A steam train boiler went up to 330.2 °C. Yet as this steam passed through the fire tubes in the boiler, it reached 3,000oC. Gave off X-rays and produced helium and ozone gasses – as it did Molecular Nuclear Fusion.
1 H2O+O2+TU->He+O3+X-ray+L
So we actually got a steam plasma in the fire tubes. And this does nuclear fusion.
Setting up a plasma is simple – your fluorescent light does it. And mid-life, the tube displays run on. Where it continues to shine, with no current.
In 1983 I was taught that a plasma burn could even eat through Titanium or diamond. We fire up a H plasma
2 H+TU->H++e-
3 H++e- ->n0
4 Ti+2n0 → 2Zr Zirconium melting point 1,855oC
We actually produce Zr powder – which crumbles away. Diamond forms helium and Lithium – again as a fine dust.
So a H plasma will cut through anything – but radioactive decay takes times. So we have to add two neutrons to matter – then it cuts almost instantly.
Cheapest source of H? Eelctroysis of water. Cut int oa bank vault in 20 minutes. So steam trains did nuclear fusion – which is why they give off X-rays, and produce helium and ozone gasses.
So a steam plasma reaches 3,000oC. So if we drive a steam cycle, we only need 9 1m x2cm steam plasma tubes to generate 100MW: we cool the exit steam via a heat engine, and loop back 85% of the system heat.
So power with no Fossil Fuels burn. No CO2. And no hyper toxic uranium fission. So no 100 billion of insurance.
After Fukishima ever nuclear plant needs that cover – and none have it. As no insurance above 1 billion is available.
So every nuclear plant around the Earth is operating illegally today. And should be sudject to an immediate stop order.
We can use a 50x1cm steam plasma tube to generate 1.2MW of cl.ean heat – no CO2 or uranium fission. No toxic waste produced.
5 H2O+TU->E3+L+X-ray heat at up to 3,000oC. Generating more than 200kW. An annual income from the grid of 6 million. The power comp[any pays you =- and you power 280 households – with clean, carbon 0 heat. From your garage.

Using 10-17cc of regular water a decade.

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