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Author Topic: H2O + C02  (Read 7907 times)

DaS Energy

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H2O + C02
« on: December 02, 2012, 01:17:22 AM »
By the text book figures. By the worked model beyound concept.
To aquire an expanded gas force heat is required.  To obtain a hydro turbine pressure force liquid must move.  A liquid at  9 bar pressure flowing at 1 litre per second produces 720 watts using a 82% efficient turbine.  CO2 when heated between 50*C and 80*C has an exploitable pressure of 7,000 bar.  Liquid flow at that pressure produce 560KW.  Using H20 to heat CO2 needs the H2O heated. For Heating Flowing Water KW = Liters/min. x Temperature Rise (°C) x 0.076. 60 x 50 x 0.076. Outcome required wattage for heat source 228KW. Hydro turbine power output = 1 x 7,000 :- 9 x 720 = 560KW. [/size]