(Quote from Navid)
I know we should not believe everything on Wikipedia but..
"Newman attempted to patent the device, but was rejected by the United States Patent Office as being a perpetual motion…
I can see a potential source of error...
If the element runs cooler when hydrogen is used then less power would be conducted out of reactor down the wires that power the heater. This would mean there is more power escaping the walls of the reactor raising…
(Quote from PhysicsForDummies)
Sorry that's not right.
If you put 100W into a heating element then 100w must go somewhere. It must either escape the element or start raising its temperature or both.
Typically what happens is the element temperature…
Nice article about my work.
Here is my different take on the external temperature debate...
Changing the internal thermal resistance should not change the external thermal resistance. So the thermal resistance between the outside of the vessel and infinity/ambient is the same for…
(Quote from MarkGoldes)
I admit not reading the whole patent but..
Am I right in thinking they aren't collecting the hydrogen? Looks like they immediately burn it again?
So how do they know all of water injected was converted to hydrogen and oxygen? Could…