A steam plasma does Molecular Nuclear Fusion
A 50x1cm steam plasma tube uses 7x1020cc of regular water a year. We can use this to heat air, and pass this hot air through a thermoelectric generator. Read
You don't need to be an optimist – this is science. No CO2 or hyper-toxic radioactive waste.
We fire up the plasma using 2kW of the generated power – so free. We get 48kW, enough for 6 houses. So no oil, gas or coal needs to e burnt.
It is how your fluorescent light works – there is no hot filament, and there is no chemical source of visible light, It does sodium fission
2 Na+TU->E2+L+X-raySo the same equation – but sodium takes in heat to fission to H – water is the better option.
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So the same equation – but sodium takes in heat to fission to H – water is the better option.
Now the electrolysis of 1 mole of water takes in 237.13 kJ. But when we burn the Hydrogen back to water 2.937 kJ of energy. So we get out 15 times more energy. Interesting.
A high pressure jet onto a Ti boiler rod gives us 50 times more energy. So nuclear fusion in a high school biology lab.
So we take out 1jW, and produce a constant 5 moles of hydrogen. We heat N, and send it up a turbine in a large cylinder. We generate power – about 60kW. The hot N hits the cold end of a Carnot heat jump. It sinks back – and we vent out the trace of he and O gases.
It then rises, and is funnelled to our 5 H flames, That release 10kW. Our turbine takes out our 60kW. Of clean carbon 0 heat. We use a constant 90mL of regular water.
We produce no CO2, and no hyper toxic plutonium and strontium. Uranium is so toxic it needs 100 billion per plant. Not commercially available so every nuclear plant in the world is operating illegally.