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Offline lltfdaniel1

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Heat from air.
« on: December 21, 2005, 10:55:15 AM »
It works as a Heat collector(like a Sphere).

You know when , you set up a tent and when the sun is shining on it?

its much colder out side,

and when you get in the tent is like lets say 7-10c higher. (its always higher then the outside even with no sun shining on it)

im thinking of an double layer heat collection,

like a Black outer which is then transfered to the inner which has a hard time escapeing,

i wonder which materials could do that, i can only think of metal..

and you don't need the power input, theres always heat particles anywhere in the air and all you need is something to Aborb that and transfer it to a metal plate (think of a saucepan).

the less air, the more heat, see that Pattern connection?

like water.

unless you fill the air gap with ether Helium or just Suck the air out ;-).


or a lets say a thick out metal shell and it gets thiner (like an Onion) when it gets nearer to the inner(i think that would make it colder -_-).

i wonder how that guy made water turn to steam.. ;-).

and leave the thinest one with air.

because once the heat hits the hard outer metal and then passes and then hits the more thiner, and the even more thiner, but it will have a harder time escapeing , wouldnt it?

or not.

I Think it makes sence.

then that heat will reflect,or use white for the thinest bit.


or use plastic ;-).

which ever (you know) is the bestest heat collection/Insulation.

its like geting overunity with the heat paricles here ..

or Multifiber which Aborbs and Insulates at the SAME Time??

Like Holes in Fabric for Instant, there will be A Fiber which aborbs real nice and a insulation which aborbs nicely.

And as it gets thiner (or stays the same thickness) you Lower the insulation and increase the Aborbing Bit..etc,etc.

unless there is Technology like that which is SUPRESSED -_-.

its always warmer in a home EVEN WITH NO Heat or electric, for some reason eh?

and put a stirling engine on it as the heat rises and power a generator prehaps :-p.

its an idea.

like a can , but with multilayers storing HEAT. ;-).
« Last Edit: December 21, 2005, 11:24:25 AM by lltfdaniel1 »

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Re: Heat from air.
« Reply #1 on: December 22, 2005, 03:52:55 AM »
I don't have enough knowledge of the nature of heat to know if it would work that way...