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Author Topic: Thought experiment on quenco  (Read 4643 times)

Offline Goat

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Thought experiment on quenco
« on: March 02, 2013, 12:49:30 AM »
Hi All;

I was just experimenting in my head with quenco modules and I was wondering if it generates power from heat we could build a chimney with alternating quenco wafers powering a light bulb to create heat to power the next quenco module to power the next light bulb to generate more heat on the next quenco module to produce more power from the ambient heat generated by all the light bulbs and the chimney.

Sorry I don't have a picture to show you all but I thought I'd throw this out there in case PH releases the tech and it's a for sure an OU device working on ambient heat, this could be a way of getting a gain out of the quencos to get an overall gain out of a scalable system.

I know I'm a optimist at heart but hey it's worth a little brain power to think about.

Disclosure:  I am not affiliated with PH or quenco but please let me know what you think of my thought experiment, any feedback is appreciated.

Thanks
Paul G.



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Thought experiment on quenco
« on: March 02, 2013, 12:49:30 AM »

Offline Groundloop

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Re: Thought experiment on quenco
« Reply #1 on: March 02, 2013, 02:07:26 AM »
Hi All;

I was just experimenting in my head with quenco modules and I was wondering if it generates power from heat we could build a chimney with alternating quenco wafers powering a light bulb to create heat to power the next quenco module to power the next light bulb to generate more heat on the next quenco module to produce more power from the ambient heat generated by all the light bulbs and the chimney.

Sorry I don't have a picture to show you all but I thought I'd throw this out there in case PH releases the tech and it's a for sure an OU device working on ambient heat, this could be a way of getting a gain out of the quencos to get an overall gain out of a scalable system.

I know I'm a optimist at heart but hey it's worth a little brain power to think about.

Disclosure:  I am not affiliated with PH or quenco but please let me know what you think of my thought experiment, any feedback is appreciated.

Thanks
Paul G.

Hi Paul,

If the Quenco works as described by PH then all you need is a heat source connected to the Quenco
to deliver heat to the device. Then you can get out all the power you need. Or you can put the device
into hot water or whatever to get energy. The Quenco does not need a heat difference to work.

GL.

 

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