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Author Topic: Curled Ballisitic Thermionics  (Read 49033 times)

Offline trim12

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Re: Curled Ballisitic Thermionics
« Reply #60 on: May 04, 2009, 10:26:00 PM »
Absolutely, bypassing the Carnot cycle in this way makes 'Solar Power' three times more efficient and using heat pump with a COP of 3 to 4 (that means using say one unit of power {kilowatt} and getting up to four units of heat out, using a working fluid to cool {air, water},these are already used to heat the interior and cool the exterior in the winter and the reverse in a hot summer) it should be possible to generate electricity out of thin air. The downside of this device is that it is very difficult and expensive to prototype. So Philip Hardcastle has designed a simpler solid state device which he is currently trying to prototype,see   

Offline Philip Hardcastle

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Re: Curled Ballisitic Thermionics
« Reply #61 on: May 17, 2009, 10:55:01 AM »
The sad thing is that a stupid post about some guy called Abeling gets weeks of attention but is based on nonsense,

Whereas this topic (right or wrong) has professors scratching their heads but is lost at the bottom of the pile.

I think that I should be a BS merchant like Mylow, OmniBus, Sterling or Dansie.

This place is doomed to failure because it is not promoting good ideas over bad.

I think there should be some rating system. Thumbs up and you rise to the top and thumbs down and you sink and eventually slip off the bottom.

My opinion!

Offline Elisha

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Re: Curled Ballisitic Thermionics
« Reply #62 on: May 17, 2009, 08:28:44 PM »
Hi Friends.

There is a possibility that this device can participate in:

is a call to ground breaking energy generation, 20 million per project.

Phillip, this topic in overunity don't have the attention that require because very few understand the basic physic concepts.

If someone in plain english explain the concepts will have more attention.