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Offline Peter Kasaj

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Energy from pressed materials
« on: March 24, 2016, 08:14:26 AM »
ultra-battery-one    kilogram  weight-decades  of  driving-without  charging Weight  reduction-  no  engine,  gearbox,  no  fuel,  oil,  just  car  body  and  el.  motors  .Did  you  know  that scientist  made  battery  (picture  in  middle)  from  uranium?  And  did  you  know  that  7g  of  uranium  is powering  3  millions  of  houses  a  day?And  did  you  know  that  scientist  made  most  powerful  non  nuclear energy  material  by  pressing  XeF2  by  100000  atmospheres,  which  is  near  of  uranium  on  power  basis?  My idea  is  to  replace  XeF2  instead  of  uranium,  and  keep  the  princip  how  the  energy  is  converting  to electricity  flow.  Imagine  one  kilo  of  this  battery  and  car  is  running  for  decades,  also  could  be  used  in homes  energy  supply  etc.  Is  the  most  powerful  portable  non-nuclear  energy  storage  ever,  The  battery  is made  of  Xenon  difluoride  (XeF2),  a  white  crystal  that’s  been  placed  in  a  diamond  anvil  cell.  Pressure  is able  to  reach  a  million  atmospheres  and  when  this  happens,  3D  metallic  networks  structures  are  formed. The  formation  causes  compression  and  stores  its  power  as  chemical  energy,  generating  a  huge  amount  of it.  Is  the  most  condensed  form  of  energy  storage  outside  of  nuclear  energy  .We’ll  see  this  technology  used in  super-oxidizing  materials  that  can  destroy  chemical  and  biological  agents,  not  to  mention  new  fuels and,  most  obviously,  an  energy  storage  device,superconductors.I  personally  giving  to  this  battery promised  future  or  the  idea  which  will  press  materials  and  use  their  energy  from  their  deformed  structures ,like  personal  electricity  plant,its  possible  to  regulate  battery  power  as  newly  created  nuclear  battery  in picture  below,which  works.Nuclear  battery  works  like  this:when  high-energy  beta  radiation  passes through  the  platinum  and  the  nanoporous  titanium  dioxide,  electron-hole  pairs  are  produced  within  the titanium  dioxide,  creating  an  electron  flow  and  a  resultant  electric  current.The  ionic  solution  is  not  easily frozen  at  very  low  temperatures  and  could  work  in  a  wide  variety  of  applications  including  car  batteries and,  if  packaged  properly,  perhaps  spacecraft."radiation  can  be  converted  into  electricity.So  much  so,  that the  water-based  nuclear  battery  may  well  offer  a  viable  alternative  to  the  solar  cell  as  a  sustainable,  lowpollution  energy  source.This  principe  could  by  transformed  also  for  XeF2  and  we  can  regulate  that power.Comparing  to  uranium-Before  being  used  to  produce  electricity,  Uranium  is  extracted  and  then transformed  into  cylindrical  7g  blocks,  which  will  then  be  grouped  together  into  tubes  that  will  in  turn  be assembled  into  clusters  and  then  installed  in  nuclear  reactors.  Uranium  is  the  most  energetic  material known  on  earth:  a  7g  block  of  enriched  uranium  provides  as  much  energy  as  1  tonne  of  petrol  or  1.5 tonnes  of  coal.  A  power  station  supplying  a  city  of  3  million  inhabitants  only  uses  3  kilos  of  Uranium  a day.So  one  small  battery  with  7grams  of  XeF2  calculating  with  almost  or  i    the  same  specification  as uranium  will  replace  one  ton  of  petrol?50  kilos  of  petrol  each  fueling  ,so  it  is  one  ton  1000/50=20  fueling times  of  car(around  700km  per  fuel  tank  x20  =14  000  km  per  one  small  battery(I  do  14  000  km  per  year and  I  spent  for  fuel  1200  euro  minimum  a  year)  so  if  one  kilo  battery  (1000gram  /7  g=  142  years  of driving)if  even  half  energy  of  uranium,we  can  still  drive  71  years,I  couldnt  find    information  how  much power  is  truly  from  pressed  FeX2  if  is  comparable  to  nuclear  energy  as  scientist  says  than  we  can  have product  like  battery  as  we  now    today  almost  everlasting  for  everyone.  Safety-must  be  made  lots  of  car crashes  scenarios  to  keep  passengers  protected(car  falling  to  water,  burning  contacts,  possible  battery damage  etc)and  how  to  switch  battery  off  safely  and  quickly.  If  regulated  and  covered  properly,  safety will exceed current safety standards.

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Energy from pressed materials
« on: March 24, 2016, 08:14:26 AM »

Offline Low-Q

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Re: Energy from pressed materials
« Reply #1 on: October 24, 2016, 09:23:28 PM »
You need lots of energy to compress 1kg of that material by 100 000 atmospheres. Probably more than the number of charges needed to run a Tesla car in all its lifetime.

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Offline profitis

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Re: Energy from pressed materials
« Reply #2 on: November 07, 2017, 01:13:37 PM »
"You need lots of energy to compress 1kg of that
material by 100 000 atmospheres."

Lots of vice

Offline not_a_mib

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Re: Energy from pressed materials
« Reply #3 on: November 08, 2017, 04:55:22 AM »
"You need lots of energy to compress 1kg of that
material by 100 000 atmospheres."

Lots of vice

There is a cable TV channel for that.  http://www.viceland.com/
All the vice you could ever want.  (and lots of pot-heads)
(Sorry, I couldn't resist!)

XeF2 is seriously evil.  The decomposition products are xenon and fluorine gas.
Elemental fluorine tends to destroy everything it touches.  It will even dissolve glass.
Exposure to fluoride compounds supposedly makes one subservient to the New World
Order, as well as causing bone problems.


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Re: Energy from pressed materials
« Reply #4 on: November 10, 2017, 10:51:08 AM »
"Exposure to fluoride compounds supposedly makes
one subservient to the New...World
Order, as well as causing bone problems."

Ur right it does

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Re: Energy from pressed materials
« Reply #4 on: November 10, 2017, 10:51:08 AM »
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