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  1. #1 New efficient energy converter? 
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    What do you think about proposed energy
    converter?Aerosol converter:
    http://www.rexresearch.com/marks/marks.htm
    There is claims that it has efficiency 60-70%
    and was patented.Is there some similar works
    or working prototypes exist?


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    A hoax!


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    I'm tired so I gave up reading the entire article so I'll give my thoughts on what I read



    firstly, It's in all likelyhood a joke,scam or hoax, If such a fantastic generator existed we would all have them by now, the very fact we have only heard of it in this single webpage suggests it's non-existant at best




    secondly as far as I read it seems to hinge on maintaining this substance as a vapour through use of electric currents, which I imagine would use rather alot of power, probably more power than it could generate




    also I'm kinda confused, it says
    The new generator requires only a jet of gas containing liquid vapor and the presence of an electric field and the presence of an electric field that helps condense it into a fine, electrically charged mist or aerosol.
    a jet implies a constant stream of new material being injected, and how can you 'condense' a liquid vapour into a fine mist? surely condensation is the reverse, turning a mist into a liquid state?
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    I agree that proposed energy converter is
    likely non existing,but I still have question
    if it's possible to create heat to electricity energy converter which have 60-70% efficiency.For example, I read claims that ceramic engine which could sustain temperatures up to 3000 oC and would not
    require cooling will have efficiency up to 75%.
    Problem is that such engine should not contain
    moving parts because ceramic is not hard enough to sustain reciprocating movement.
    Also there exist MHD generators,but their current efficiencies below predicted level, although they don't contain moving parts.
    Also it's interesting for me, how efficient would
    be thermally rechargeable battery.For example
    intercalated ions that migrate from one part
    to another under heat.I guess it could be relatively efficient.
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    bunch of crap, you asked
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