Monday, 7 August 2017

Greenest power

No CO2, and no radioactive materials. We fire up a 50x1cm steam plasma at 4 atmospheres and get a clean 1.2MW of heat. As we do a plasma burn.
1 H2O+PL->E3+L+X-ray no Plutonium(Pu).
It uses 5x10-14cc of regular water a decade. A thermoelectric generator will produce 288kW, for a one off payment of $1,500.

The national grid pays us 1.2 million a year. So it will pay back in 3 days.

No Thorium or plutonium: uranium nuclear power needs, but does not have 100 billion of insurance for every power plant: the most toxic, and least green, hyper expensive power on the planet.
Nuclear Fusion By WaterfallBy Jonathan M Thomason
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Jonathan Thomason M.Eng said...

The Electric car of the future
Does not use mains power and batteries. They are appealing, as they can utilise off peak power – for mileages below 300 miles: most commuter journeys.
They use a steam tube giving access to fusion power. A steam plasma tube does clean, safe and basically free Molecular Nuclear Fusion.
1 H2O+TU->E3+L+X-ray 1.2MW of heat from a steam plasma at 4 atmospheres. We start using a pulse of high voltage power – and it then self sustains.
We drive a 2kw fan, to pass hot air into a thermoelectric generator at 780oC. We get off over 200kW of DC. We change into speed linked AC.
So we drive to an open area, and drive helicopter fans. Only 45kW will drive a helicopter. So we are talking about 700mph travel.
Using only 2x10-15cc of regular water a year. And I have a friend who is building me one. No motorway speed limits apply. We use radar and IT to safely drive between cities – and then land for the last 5 miles.
It all makes a present Tesla system look very quaint: but Elron Musk is working on a fusion tube system. As I told him the idea.
So carbon free motoring – using no Fossil Fuels burn, or hyper-toxic uranium fission.

Jonathan Thomason M.Eng said...

FORD replace petrol
And not with a battery and charging – that is 20th century science in the 21st century. We can use off peak power for charging – when the grid has excess, unused power.
BMW and Ford have been looking at thermoelectric generators, to replace the 10% efficient petrol engine. That produces the CO2 that stimulates plant growth – fertilized by the nitrous oxides also produced by diesels and petrol engines. But there is a better idea.
Every 3 minutes around the world, there is a lightening strike – set up by heavy rain OR snow doing Molecular Nuclear Fusion
1 H2O+TU->He2++O2++4e-+E2+X-ray
That is why heavy snow gives off X-rays, and warms the air. We can fire up a steam plasma in a glass tube, using the electronics from a fluorescent light: which self sustains at 4 atmospheres. Iut does a plasma burn – twice as dynamic as Molecular Nuclear Fusion, which releases 2.5x1030W, from a 1.5ikmx2cm steam plasma.
2 H2O+O2+PL+e-->He2++O3++E3+L+X-ray
The source of X-rays and visible light from lightening. There is no chemical source of X-rays, light or helium.
3 1H++e- ->n0+L burn hydrogens into neutrons.
4 16O++8e- ->8H++5e-
5 1H++(>2)n0 ->E3+X-ray hence 2
The matter end up as massive heat, light and x-rays. 2.4MW from our 50x1cm steam plasma tube at 4 atmospheres. A thermoelectric generator will give us 312kW: a small helicopter only takes 45kW to fly.
So we drive electric motors in town, then fly between cities. With no need to charge up heavy batteries. We fly between cities – using radar and GPS to fly us safely.
And when parked, the electricity grid will PAY US 450,000 UK pounds for our excess carbon 0 power.