This is for a single 50x1cm steam
plasma tube – that generates 1.2MW of heat at 4 atmospheres.
Multiple tube need a 10cm spacing. I recommend wall mounting them.
As the lead oxide salts are brittle. Probably with a little rain
defector above them – to stop the salt panel shattering.

So we extrude the glass, to be a triangular tube. We mount 3 lead salt panels – with8kW. We we heat and power our house, and sell the rest to the grid. As the amount of power we get to linked to the thermal difference across the salts. Read http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2352847815000258

where

So we extrude the glass, to be a triangular tube. We mount 3 lead salt panels – with8kW. We we heat and power our house, and sell the rest to the grid. As the amount of power we get to linked to the thermal difference across the salts. Read http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2352847815000258

To obtain a high

*ZT*, both Seebeck coefficient (*α*) and electrical conductivity (*σ*) must be large, while thermal conductivity (*κ*) must be minimized; however, the laws of physics conspire against satisfying this requirement. The Wiedemann–Franz law requires the electronic part of thermal conductivity (*κ*) to be proportional to electrical conductivity (*σ*), and the Pisarenko relation limits the simultaneous enlargement of*α*and*σ*[9]. The complex relationships of these thermoelectric parameters can be summarized as [10]:
equation 4

equation 5

equation 6

*k*_{B}is the Boltzmann constant,*m**is the density of states effective mass,*h*is the Planck constant,*n*is the carrier concentration,*e*is per electron charge,*μ*is the carrier mobility,*τ*is the relaxation time,*κ*_{tot}is the total thermal conductivity,*κ*_{lat}is the lattice thermal conductivity,*κ*_{ele}is the electronic thermal conductivity, and*L*is the Lorenz number.
So we only get 75kW per tube: only –
each house only uses 8kW. So we sell most of the power to the grid –
and they pay use about 200,000 tube per tube. 5 tubes, 1 million
annually.

We take off the power – linking them
in series, then the master tube produces mains AC. We do not burn
oil or gas – we heat the house off our free power.

Steam turbines are twice as efficient
– but you are looking at $35,000 for a decent small turbine.

This does nto require teh 100 billion insurabce required by uranium nuclear power. Paying back its build costs in 2 days - they pure profit.
Using thermoelectric crystals, the
power set up only costs $1,800. And you get free power and heat for
ever. Off a bottle of distilled water. That will last basically for
ever.

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