Saturday, 28 January 2017

Chemical fusion

We do the electrolysis of water.
1 2H2O(l) + energy -> 2 H2(g) + O2(g) E=237.13 kJ
Then we mix the gases and an electric spark gives us
2 H2+O2->He2++O2++4e-+E2 as well as the simple reformation of water. E2=1.2x106 for a 1m3 veator vessel.
We vent the steam and light gases – which leave the process at 3,000oC. So we are doing Molecular Nuclear Fusion. Which liberates 1.2MW, from a 1m3 reactor vessel. Data derived from lightening – which use a 1.5km 2cm steam plasma, to do Molecular Nuclear Fusion.
So if we pass water in tubes through this vessel, we are going to add 1MW of heat to the water. We are going to getr mad hot, high pressure steam. We use this to drive a boiler room, and we loop back the working fluid as water at 100oC, 4 atmospheres.
We could use another transfer gas – water just happens to be at hand. 1Ammonia would seem to be a convenient heat transfer gas – as it has no condensation during the heat transfer cycle.
So our H burn vessel does chemical Molecular Nuclear Fusion. We produce a whiff of He and O gases – which we vent t- as does the seas, as the turbulent flow of high pressure water does Molecular Nuclear Fusion naturally today: totally not toxic, free heat.

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So we put it under 300kJ, and get out 1.2x106kJ. Of carbon 0 energy. This all came out of my chemical engineering, PhD work at Sheffield University 2000: which got ended as Ifound Molecular Nuclear Fusion – uranium nuclear power got very unhappy.

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