Wednesday, 26 January 2011

A steam plasma

    Is really a mixed hydrogen and oxygen plasma. The hydrogen one is easy to understand.

    Is really a mixed hydrogen and oxygen plasma. The hydrogen one is easy to understand.

1H++1/2n0 -> 2/3H+ -> E1+L+γ    where L is light

    The oxygen plasma is less definite. The simplest equation is

20O2-+1/2n0+0/1γ- ->22O2- -> 45/6Be2+->16(1/2/3H+-> E1+L+γ)

The plasma burns the water molecules to heat, light and radiation. There is no net electrical change. Even though the fissions create different ions, as we go from oxygen to light we consume all the matter with its electron.

    Doing fusion from water source a lot of our practical problems. Water is abundant and easy to handle. Hydrogen gas is not. As we have had energy production on site, we can easily produced power hydrogen on different.

    To run a hydrogen plasma. As an engineer, a steam plasma is easy to produce and maintain. Nature is powered by MNF, in the deep, at waterfalls, with green plants and light, in animal blood systems and growing bacteria. It is omnipresent. Which is probably why to be overlooked so far.

    Lightning uses a 2 cm thick, 1.5 kilometre long, mixed the air and steam plasma, to produce 1.2 x 1020 Watts of power. This equates to 12 MW per metre. This is a massive amount of power. It equates to over a decade of power used by the U.S..

    A pure steam plasma should produce 30 MW per metre. Lightning suggests a pressure of four bars will produce a self sustaining plasma. Once initiated, the plasma supports itself as it turns water into heat. With no external power source.

    A steam plasma is us the most exothermic structure on the earth. It will produce power with no carbon dioxide, and no toxic radioactive waste. In contrast nuclear fission from uranium is uneconomic, toxic death.

1 comment:

Jonathan said...

Above four atmospheres the plasma cell sustains once initiated