Friday, 14 September 2018

Free Water Power

We use a steam plasma tube linked to a commercially sourced thermoelectic generator. They can be purchased for under £50.00. See
Thermoelectric Generators | Range of Sizes and Performance‎ Adwww.europeanthermodynamics.com/‎ Generate electrical power from heat. Compact structure and no moving parts. Modular Design. Compact And Lightweight. Low Maintenance.
Or Google '75 kW thermoelectic generator'. This will provide an income from the national grid of 205,275 UK pounds. Why bother working? Only asking.
I originally do this work at Sheffield University 2001. But they were too scared of losing their funding from nuclear power to research the biologically stupid global warming. Photosynthesis on land and in the seas, converts additional carbon dioxide back into active life on earth.
A static level at two parts per 1,000,000 carbon dioxide in the global air, has no affect on anything, A pre-industrial CO2 level results. And every operating 100 MW nuclear power station, needs but does not have 100 billion of annual insurance cover. After Chernobyl and Fukushima demonstrated conclusively, that nuclear fission from uranium is a fatal technology. They carried on with just an illegal 50 million.
And my calculations demonstrate a 25x1cm the steam plasma tube at four atmospheres should generate a constant 600 kW of heat. Actually confirming this at any university engineer department, is an afternoon's work. No more burning of fossil fuels.
1 H2O+PL->E3+L+X-ray PL=plasma
We feed this hot air into my thermoelectric generator and get out 75 kW of mains electricity. Any house needs just 8 kW. The national grid will pay 3,165 UK pounds per kilowatt year.
The still hot air will power a central heating boiler, then leave through a short chimney. Once started, the system needs no driving Fan. It goes off from regular water. The plasma rips atoms apart.
2 H2O+PL->2H++O++3e- And the hydrogen ions bond with a free electrons, to form the strings and neutrons.
3 xH++e-+PL ->(x+1)n0 usually 1H+ though     y n0+1H+ ->(y+1)H+
The neutrons bond with oxygen ions to yield eight hydrogen ions. And so we end up with hydrogen fission. Hence the power production. Turning 8x10-14cc of regular water into a constant 75 kW of mains free electricity. No fossil fuel burn and no turning or oil and gas into carbon dioxide and steam. Though we do get a little helium and free radical oxygen and massive heat. Just as well, oxidising the carbon molecules takes in energy.
4 CmHn+FL+pO2->mCO2+(n-2r)H+r(He2++O++3e-+)+PL+L+E2+X-ray the flame produces a steam plasma again Building a working system would take a university laboratory an hour: the components would take five days to arrive from China. Though they should have them all at hand. But universities work by different rules. Sheffield never did give me the PhD I deserved. Tell them what you think to a.keating@sheffield.ac.uk
http://jonsthings.blogspot.com/2013/11/where-is-my-ph-d.html

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