Is the personal helicopter But as Mythbusters showed, even a super charged small Fossil Fuels engine is not powerful enough. Even though it does a little Molecular Nuclear Fusion.
1 Cm(H2O)n+Tu+SP+P->mCO2+(n-r)(H2O-E)+r(He+O+E2+X-ray) SP=spark
I have given you the answer many times. We maximise the injection turbulence, and Ti plate the engine body. This will double the Molecular Nuclear Fusion we are doing. Running a small diesel with increase the system P, and give us more Molecular Nuclear Fusion.
A better idea is to use a 50x1cm steam plasma tube at 4 atmospheres. The amount of water we need to top up the system requires a 5cc reservoir, spring loaded.
A 1,5km lightening strike is a 2cm spatial steam plasma. It takes 5,000 V to be set up – from heavy rain doing Molecular Nuclear Fusion
It creates 5 tonnes of He ions – which equates to an energy release of 2.5x1030 W. The down strike and then massively the upstroke release visible light and X-rays, as they produce He ions. There is no chemical source of any of these. No source of nuclear fission, so we are doing Molecular Nuclear Fusion.
So our 50x1cm steam plasma will produce at least 1.2 MW. We can drive a small steam cycle, and generate 120 kW. We take off 4 W, and drive a Carnot system, that cools the steam, and returns 85% of the heat to the boiler room.
Alternatively, we use thermal insulation, and vent the heat to the air. We have so much power, from a minuscule volume of water – this is probably easiest.
A small helicopter only uses 45 kW. We are generating 3 times that power – from very little regular water.
This would make a good 1st year engineering practical – over 1 term. Personal transport, which does not burn Fossil Fuels.
We do need radar and IT, to avoid mid air collisions. We enclose the rotor blade – which otherwise is a very p[powerful chain saw.
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