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# ? TURBINE GENERATOR POWERING ITSELF

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Stainless Steel easily handles the forces at play.

A turbine receiving a flow of one litre per second at a force of 9 bar converts into 720 watts electricity.

Gas expands and increases its force when heated.

Heating one litre of CO2 from 30*C to 100*C increases its bar force from 64 to 10,000.

To heat a gas quickly one runs it through hot water.

To heat one litre of water by one degree Celsius in one second requires 4.56 KW of electricity.

To heat one litre of water from 30*C to 100*C in one second requires 319.2 KW of electricity.

By passing 30*C CO2 through the 100*C water the CO2 heats to 100*C.

Playing safe thats one litre of CO2 per second at 9,000 bar force to a turbine producing 720 KW of electricity.

Should the boffins be correct as they seperately and independantly claim so. The electrical input needed to heat the gas is 319.2 KW of electricity, which in turn produces 720 KW of electricity.

Some say overunity is impossible yet sciences state it can. How can both be right?

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This calculation does not comply to the basic law of thermodynamics that ''the energy within a system is a constant''. Therefor the maximal output energy is the input energy, not calculating losses due to friction etc.

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I agree, once more that which cannot be has come up is. However a correction has befallen the figures.

Heating 1 litre of flowing water 1*C in one minute consumes 0.076KW. Heating 100*C in one second consumes 456KW.

Gas absortption of 70*C heat from water 100*C in one second not hard.

CO2 has pressure spike 64 bar 30*C to 10,000 bar 100*C.

This being consumed by 82% efficient hydro turbine one litre per second 720KW. All losses considered for. (Feild)

The answer may lay in the different forms the energy takes in its progress.

The form changes see less electrical calories (KW) of create greater amounts of electrical calories (KW).

This not occur at the lower heatings of CO2.

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