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Author Topic: Micro Grid Tie Units Feedback  (Read 20582 times)


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Re: Micro Grid Tie Units Feedback
« Reply #15 on: August 02, 2011, 05:32:20 PM »
you really have to love what can be figured out if you have enough money!

this is an article about converting heat to light and power hope you enjoy it.


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Re: Micro Grid Tie Units Feedback
« Reply #16 on: August 02, 2011, 09:28:25 PM »
Nano wavelength converters,
regular light to infrared, very nice.



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Re: Micro Grid Tie Units Feedback
« Reply #17 on: August 03, 2011, 02:43:54 AM »
 The heat is a byproduct easy enough to use for heating a home. Gen will charge up bats or run straight up to breaker box. Inverter requires an auto transfer switch.
 Gas/exhaust needs to be cooled down and add 50% fresh air for reburn in ICE.
  Also burns trash if you make one big enough. Use your savings to learn how to build a ammonia absorbtion cooling system that also uses heat from the same system. Just need a source of stainless with alot of nickle in it for the cooling to prevent corrosion. All dangerous parts should be kept outside in a shed. Im still collecting free stuff to finish mine the chimney has become very complex as a result of the hot climate. Cold would make it a lot easier.


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« Reply #18 on: August 04, 2011, 07:17:05 PM »
i have done allot of work with heat and i am again making another type of heater it uses wood to provide friction to a cylinder and it is very interesting that it follows along the same lines as magnetic heaters so i am guessing there is a similar reaction taking place.
i would not have been doing this without having read an article by Walter Russel about carbon tubes or fibers which is basically a wood grain were he stated that the magnetic spin passes along the fiber but the charge is spun off in the process. along with this is the fact that many static machines generate high potential in the same general way.
so far i am to the testing and there is little wood consumed getting to the lower temperatures but as the wood reaches above 240F it begins to squeal and there is a repid heat rise i believe this occurs because of some state of change getting ready to occur in the wood fibers such as charingand the cylinder is generally at about 200F at this time. it is interesting to note how the various metals respond to generated heating done this way the aluminum transfers and disopates heat at a much improved rate and this i was not expecting.
all in all it seems to be the best way of extracting energy from wood i have found to date as the wood consumption is low for the energy output provided in my first test i got to 650F
my new test started with a 1/3 hp motor drawing about 2.7 amps but the rpm are low about 450 and the only 3450 rpm motor i have is 1 hp so i am using it now at a rotor speed of 850 rpm this does not seem fast enough yet to match the frequency of the vibration of the wood squeal which i am looking to match for a form of cavitation.
there is just allot to keep track of so one step at a time.