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    Since the 18th Centurary Steam revolution nothing has changed except in some instances we now use combustion to heat air in place of water.

    The forces of heat expanded water is measured in bar pressure. Water heated to 550*Celsius has 175 bar of pressure. Air compressed 300 to 1 in a Diesel combustion engine heated to 1200* Celius has 120 bar of pressure. Co2 heated to 80* Celsius has 10,000 bar pressure.

    Combustion engines do not recycle nor do they recycle their heat for greater energy exploitation.

    Steam engines may recyle water and heat yet drain lakes of drinking water to do so.

    CO2 fully recyles on its own without assistance and further recycles the heat, in mechanics where heating occur at top and cooling occur at bottom. The heat rises through liquid thermocline to be absorbed again at top heat intake.


    It is very simple to have gas provide force to liquid supplying a hydro turbine, which being hydro is the nost efficient turbine of all.


    Commercial or home built nothing changes in energy provision or its conversion. A litre turbine receiving a liquid flow of 9 bar pressure rotating at 60 RPM produces 720 watts.

    To acheive a liquid flow pressure of 9 bar CO2 needs a heat of -10* Celsius. Water requires a heat of 120* Celsius and Air is unkown.

    The fact we release our greatest and cheapest energy to cause harm be denied use to the people is the disaster we see unfolding around us all because the CO2 is not being recycled and providing undreamt of low cost energy supply replacing high cost Coal and Oil.

    CO2/hydro turbine units are very easy home make and involve off the shelf parts only.

    In order of attachment is the CO2 phase graph, 270K =`10*C and 350K = +80*C. Next is the DaS Valve developed for use in combustion heating so solids no longer be needed, the entire internals of the engine except for hydro turbine replacing the crankshaft is liquid. Next is the DaS Valve being used in home construct by off the shelf parts. Then comes a gas/liquid splitter in which the high pressure gas exerts the same force to liquid befor gas and liquid taking a different path. Final is CO2/liquid turbine where the liquid provides the CO2 heating and the CO2 and liquid are seperated after the force has been delivered to the hydro turbine.

    Full detail and assistance to all available on free to copy basis.


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    To acheive a liquid flow pressure of 9 bar CO2 needs a heat of -10* Celsius. Water requires a heat of 120* Celsius and Air is unkown.
    What power source do you use to create or maintain these temperatures?


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    Hello adelady,

    Heat may be scavenged, that is to say absorbed from the surrounding or it may be focussed, that is say by solar focus for low heat fuel burn.

    The minium heat of -10* C. allows for in house heating as does room temperature heat (20*C).

    In each instant the wattage increases by increase in turbine revolution or turbine volume.

    The one litre turbine rotating 60 RPM at -10* C. produces 720 watts and at 80*C. produces 720KW.

    Low temperatur construction using standard pipe whilst high pressure requires Stainless or Line pipe.

    All may be constructed in full by cut and weld of pipe.

    Developed with the assistance of NASA and California University it so impressed John Howard Government that in 2006 entire Australia was mapped Urban Geothermal below 100*C.

    Peter
    Last edited by DaS Energy; December 21st, 2012 at 10:12 PM. Reason: electricity output correction
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    Furtherance.

    Untested by trial yet claimed by text book physics and heat element manufacturer.

    The first three are undisputed knowns, water of 9 bar force flowing at 1 litre per second to 82% efficient hydro turbine (many of) produces 720 watts of electricity.

    A working pressure of 9,000 bar exists between 30*C. and 80*C. in CO2. CO2 gas has all the properties of a liquid and behaves that way. Heating may go direct to CO2 or the CO2 may heat by being passed through water.

    Heating flowing water- 60 litres per minute x *C x 0.076. 60 litres per minute x 50*C. (water in 30*C. water out 80*C.) x 0.076 =228KW. So acheiving heat needs for operation.

    1 litre per second of water at 9,000 bar pressure is 9,000. 9,000 :- 9 = 1000 x 720 watts is 720KW.


    Should the manufacturer of electric heating element claim stand true, then after start up, electricity production shifts to no cost power generation.

    Peter
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    Furtherance.

    A 44 gallon drum acts as expansion chamber to compressed CO2 (or any gas including Air). Travelling down copper pipe below that is car water pump without fan but pully to alternator. Below that the pipe bends round then takes in another pipe (also going to the 44 gallon drum) then goes up and contects to the 44 gallon drum by spring loaded valve not the ball type everywhere else. Tennis or Squash. Activity is created when water flow from drum creates a vacuum drawing gas into top of copper pipe receiving heat. The system then seals up while the gas gets hot enough (pressurises) to force its way to the escape pipe and become cold again before being sucked back to heating zone.
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