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Author Topic: Powering A gas Turbine.  (Read 990 times)
DaS Energy
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« on: May 24, 2013, 07:46:27 AM »

Gas turbines work by heating liquid to a high pressure gas.  The gas measured by litre per second at a given  pressure produces a known wattage ot kilowattage.

Steam turbines work by a boiler increasing water heat from 100*C to 550*C to obtain a 175 bar gas pressure.

Hydro Turbine work load is 1 litre per second at 9 bar pressure for 720 watts. This increases by pressure or volune per second.

CO2 is liquid at 30*C and 64 bar pressure, and when heated to 100*C  that pressure becomes 9,000 bar.

CO2 at 100*C is a gas that behaves like water.

CO2 if flowing at 1 litre per second may produce 720KW, though to my knowledge not as yet tested, however at lower heat levels the turbine seems to opperate without fault.

From the Sciences and Industralists appearing on the web it takes 0.076KW to heat 1 litre of flowing water 1*C in one second. Should this translate to 456KW to heat 1 litre of flowing water 100*C in one second.

A impossible themonomin occurs. It taking 456KW to heat flowing water 100*C in one second.  May be infused with 30*C CO2 liquid taking heat from the water constantly returning the 100*C heat in one second. So leaving a constant pressure bell of 1 litre CO2 at 100*C.

The costs for such experiment are beyound my means, however the figures remain tantalising.



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