Sunday, 5 February 2017

Water powered car

Water powered car
We use the power of lightening, where a 2cm wide. 1.5km steam plasma at 8 to 4 atmospheres produces 5 tonnes of helium gas.
1 H2O+e-+TU->He2++O-+E2+X-ray
Lightening releases helium, light and massive heat. 2.5x1030 for each lightening bolt. This teaches us that a 50x1cm steam plasma at 4 atmospheres should release 580kW.
A family car only take 20W of power. In the early days of the industrial revolution it was not obvious is electricity or oil burning would win out. Then they supercharged the engines, and did useful levels of Molecular Nuclear Fusion
2 cm(H2O)n+TU+pO2->(mCO2+(n-r)H2O-E)+r(He+O+E2+X-ray)
So oxidising the carbon fuel takes in heat. So just use a steam plasma to do nuclear fusion.
3 H2Ol+TU->He2++O2++4e-+E3+X-ray
So how to turn the heat into electricity – a small turbine is 10% efficient. See Steam Turbine Kw – Alibaba. 25% efficient.
But we are looking at $10,000. A bit too pricey. When for $450 TEG Thermoelectric Power Generators For Sale - Thermoelectric … buy a 4% efficient system.
So BMW are looking at thermoelectric systems. The seam plasma tube cost $20, and uses 3.5x10-20cc of regular water a year. We do not stop the tube, we turn the pressure down to tick over mode.
We stop it for annual services, and use the mains to restart it. So we get 45kW – quite a decent amount of power. A family car only needs 20kW.
We then use power electronics to produce the right frequency of AC to drive the car.
A gradual way into this process is to use steam injection: BMW sell car ready systems. 3rd party devices are cheaper.
These are designed to decrease Fossil Fuels burn on motorways.
If we have water vapour at 10 atmospheres, it will diesel.
4 H2Os+P->He+O+E2
So water will 'burn' and drive a car. No Fossil Fuels. Present diesels run at 8 atmospheres. So a cone head engine will run off water. These devices were developed for hot rods in the 1950s. So the water diesel is here.
Diesel engines will cope with the extra 2 atmospheres. Not electrically heated glow plug is needed.

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