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Author Topic: DaS Energy Overunity ?  (Read 10090 times)

Offline DaS Energy

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Re: DaS Energy Overunity ?
« Reply #15 on: June 28, 2014, 06:43:30 AM »
Thank you, Appreciated.

You be correct. 0.076 Kw wattage draw to heat one litre flowing water 1*C in one minute, not one second.

File now corrected. ( 0.076Kw +1*C in one minute)

Heating one litre water by 1*C in one second. +80*C requires 360 Kw.
Should fluid C02 convert same as water the return is 720Kw.

CO2 heating is taken from the zero mark. Not its return temperature of +30*C.
(+50*C heat rise not +80* requires 225Kw heating input, output 720Kw.)

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Re: DaS Energy Overunity ?
« Reply #15 on: June 28, 2014, 06:43:30 AM »

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Re: DaS Energy Overunity ?
« Reply #16 on: January 05, 2015, 12:51:01 PM »
Pulse action design requires a compensator or two valves to supply constant flow.

The DaS Valve provides gas pressure to water flowing to a hydro turbine, so delivering 93% Kaplan hydro efficiency as opposed to 30% efficient gas turbine.

Calculation of one litre 9 bar per second generating 720 watts is based on the 82% efficient Pelton turbine. 9,000 bar 720 kW.

CO2 heated +30*C to +100*C produces 10,000 bar pressure.

0.076 kW heats one litre water +1*C in one minute. 4.56kW in one second. +30*C to +100*C in one second 319.2 kW.

 

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