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  1. Purpose built the workings are simpler. Air and CO2 form their own layers when they are held in close company. This apply from piston to cooling.
  2. Any place air becomes hotter its escape is by movement, a roof vent is a prime example. Its not how much power is produced, its power is being produced.
  3. MAKE IT YOURSELF. Turbine power commences at -30*Celsius heat source, Temperature below that not allow enough cooling to deliver bar pressure for shaft rotation capable of standard power generation. Heat temperature below +31*Celsius keeps pressure force below 70 bar to the shaft. Operation between +30*Celsius and +70*Celsius delivers 9,000 bar force to the shaft. Use of a 82% efficient turbine delivers 720 Watts at 9 bar pressure on litre per second.
  4. A standard Diesel engine with a prolonged open intake valve will limit compression and heat temperature. CO2 is lighter than air and turns liquid at a lower pressure than air, so after the exhaust the CO2 pools at the bottom of the expansion Chiller while the air escapes through a pressure valve. The Diagram is for a purpose built engine, The CO2 injection is equal capacity to the hot air.
  5. All Diesel engine work by compressing air to a heat that is enough to combust Diesel fuel. That heat temperature contained by an air pocket can also be injected with cold CO2, which in place of combusting, expands with the same force as found in combusting Diesel. At completion of the piston stroke the CO2 also known as R744, refrigerates upon leaving the cylinder for containment in a large volume vessel. The air that was heated by compression also escapes into this cylinder and stays above the contained CO2. This air is drawn from the top of the cylinder while the CO2 is drawn from the bottom of the Cylinder. To CO2 power a Diesel engine, its exhaust open time must be lengthened so that the compression stroke not over heat the air inside.
  6. Captured Carbon for use under +30*C is a far less complicated turbine.

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  7. A pressure of 9 bar each litre per second to a 82% efficient turbine produces 720 Watts.
  8. It needs be added that once the CO2 is released from the cylinder it snaps chills as in a gas Fridge, and the now chilled gas returns to the injector pick up tank..
  9. A Diesel engine compression pressure is that great it heats the internal air to a point beyound the ignition temperature for Diesel fuel mixed with air, that same compression temperature is enough to cause CO2 expansion pressure beyound 200 bar, which far greater expansion pressure of ignited Diesel fuel and air.
  10. Going by the book. The possibility for such machine exists with Carbon Dioxide- CO2. CO2 heated from +30*C to + 60*C has a pressure force of 10,000 bar. CO2 at these temperatures behaves as a liquid. A Pelton turbine produces 720 Watts per litre per second at 9 bar pressure (800,000 Watts at 10,000 bar) Heating of one litre of water 1*C in second requires 4.5 Kilowatts. (+60*C - 270 Kilowatts) It not known if CO2 heats at same power draw of water.
  11. Heat pan modification is required should heating exceed +32*C. Heating should not go below minus 30* C as expansion cooling becomes solid at minus 40*C. Expansion pan dimension to temperature loss per second may be found in R774 (CO2) Refrigeration. Heat pan modification is required should heating exceed +32*C. Heating should not go below minus 30* C as expansion cooling becomes solid at minus 40*C. Expansion pan dimension to temperature loss per second may be found in R774 (CO2) Refrigeration.
  12. A simpler construction in turbine for shifting chilled CO2 to become hot CO2. The colder the CO2 as opposed the hottest CO2 provides the pressure differential causing movement. Heating requires a small pan, whilst the chilling requires a bigger pan for the amount of expansion area needed to reduce the CO2 to the required heat prior to its heat expansion.
  13. Carbon Dioxide CO2 produces greater pressures to heat than can be achieved by steam. Carbon Dioxide CO2 liquid pressure begins at -30* Celsius. Drive shaft force of 10 Bar is at a heat of -30* Celsius, and at a heat of +60* Celsius it is 10,000 bar. The mechanics work on the Refrigeration principal of heating for pressure followed by flash cooling. The pressure differential between the CO2 being hot and cold is the working force.
  14. Carbon Dioxide-CO2 is also R774-CO2 It is (critical) liquid under pressure from -40*C to +32*C. It drops all its heat and more when allowed to expand. The pressure force between the CO2 entering and leaving the turbine is its work energy. Wattage output is dependant upon the flow rate and pressure of the CO2 within the turbine. The shaft rotator is the turbine only moving part. The same turbine works without change using (super critical CO2) with work forces ranging from 70 bar at +32*C to 10,000 bar at +80*C (the 10,000 bar pressure may not be fully correct as graph line rather than printed figures is relied upon).
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