I had a followup question on 02/18/06 , i did not receive an answer.I know no one is obligated to answer any question , but you did reply to my topic.
if you don't know the answer , at least say so.
have you checked your private messages , i sent you one on feb 7th.
i don't know who else to turn to for an answer, the gap is adjustable and is essentially the same @ 0.460" , for both tests.
my test coils are 0.390" thick. i have several.
0.035" space top and bottom..
I am designing a three phase permenent magnet generator , and have a question.
as a magnet pair passes over a coil , inducing a voltage, that voltage is most dependent on ?
1) the angular velocity ( that's a given)
2) the pole strength
3) flux density
4) energy product.
5) thickness of...
Good point Willib! what exactly is a flow battery?
Willib replies : a flow battery is an electrochemical device that uses vandium ions to tranfer charge held in solution to terminals in an ion exchange unit.
willib tell me more: :smile:
willib replies :Well a flow battery is a technology...
i read the article , but can not figure how they are going to get power from osmosis..
below , this was also on the same page
anyone see anything wrong with the statements above..??
for one thing the aurora is an effect of solar wind interacting with the magnetic poles of the planet , its...
because if your device liberated H2 & O2 you could burn that too..
Say that you have this large pile of Ca(OH)2 , you might need some way to get the stuff in the center to the outside , where it can be heated .
or just heat smaller portions of it..
Very interesting proposal..
it sounds plausable to me..
one question , are you saying the sun does not shine in winter in sweden?
you seem to be (roughly) at the same lattidude as southern alaska.?
another question , during the heating process ( with sunlight) is the hydroxide given off as...
In its current configuration , i was putting 4.09 V at 2 A into the device..
which is a calculated 2 Ohms ( approx)..
it actually started bubbling at less voltage and current..
thanks for the reply
Edit : pic 2 ; Is a set of 12 plates alternating copper and zinc , separated by little...
last night i tried to get hydrogen from water using the apparatus shown.
i have to improve my collection tecnique but i was able to collect about a third of a cup ful ..
say i collect it from the top of a dome shape device .
my question is how will i mix it with the oxygen , to burn it
the reason i posted that, was , ehem , *clears throat , hesitates*
in the hope that soon somone with a lot of cash , will fund a lightning project..
with ultra capacitors super low ESR ( equilivent series resistance ) on the order of a few tenths milli ohms, (0.18 milli ohms for the 5000 Farad...
Ultra caps have come to Digikey ...YAY..
you can now buy a 110 Farad capacitor with a working voltage of 2.5V for $31.20 in quantities of one..
for more info google ' UltraCapacitor ' or the newest ' nanogate ultracapacitor.'
or check out what's happening at Maxwell technologies...
What the hell!
the Levee broke again , ok ,
What is the army corp of engineers doing ?? NOTHING !...
Ooo its too windy and too wet... waaaahhhh waaaaahhhhhh
so they are going to wait till the ninth ward fills up again,, idiots...
there was a camera guy filming the water comming in ...
no one ( i think ) has mentioned this, if you had access to a machine shop , you could create an exhaust manifold that circulated the exhaust gasses through a heat exchanger , heating your water ..
if it is a large diesel engine you could use the cooling water itself !and use the thermastat...
They sure are available, not in the power density i previously listed (from MIT), but they sure ARE available..
and you are correct ultracapacitors at this time , make an excellent complement with batteries..
Because they can absorb...
Shawn what type of braze ar you using..?? If its copper based , it isn't going to work..
i believe with aluminum you must use mig or tig welding..
i guess you can braze aluminum..but as the pdf states aluminum is harder to...
It would be like charging a battery, as opposed to
charging a battery while it is pumping water up hill ..
there is allways losses , even when charging a battery..
but not as much , as the topic of this discussion..
If someone was to build a huge capacitor network to store the power at night..
and put it back during peak demand..
that would have much more efficiency , and make more sense than all the losses associated with pumping water up hill...
the point of my post was to illuminate you to the fact that we are wasting huge amounts of power , by pumping it up hill , just to let it flow back down , when demand is higher..
the only reason this is feasible is because power is cheaper at night ( for large users) ...
So they buy cheap...
Does anyone know if Einstein used a bubble pump ??
Being more of an electonic type guy , and the fact that water is a magnetic dipole molecule. i am wondering wether or not you could help the process along by using electro-magnetic induction ( a coil of wire wrapped around the tube), in...
Clausius2 have you got any info on the (LiBr-H20) absorption chillers.?
the only thing on them i could find on google was on the IEEE site , and not being a member , i wasnt able to access the document..
i'll try registering ..