The newest water engine (frozen)

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The newest water engine (frozen)

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I wonder if such a Teala without a battery would have better performance than an F1 car ?? :idea:

Here again, I will remind you of my newest engine and describe how you should use it:
You buy a Tesla car without a battery for 1/4 of its price, you assemble it for several dozen dollars, my last engine to give electricity to Tesla from pieces of ice that you take from your refrigerator .. and you go away. When the ice runs out, you buy it at the gas station and feed it to Tesla again .. No idiotic waiting for it to recharge ..



Well, why would someone need an outdated gasoline engine?

Andrew :D

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Feliks wrote:
Sat May 28, 2022 2:36 pm
Well, why would someone need an outdated gasoline engine?

Andrew :D
'Cause the rest of the world has an IQ above the temperature of the ice.
Peltiers are horribly inefficient devices.

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PhillipM wrote:
Sat May 28, 2022 9:59 pm
Feliks wrote:
Sat May 28, 2022 2:36 pm
Well, why would someone need an outdated gasoline engine?

Andrew :D
'Cause the rest of the world has an IQ above the temperature of the ice.
Peltiers are horribly inefficient devices.
Until the graphene thermopiles show up...😏

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Should surely be moved to Off topic Chat or Engineering projects..

Brian,
If you think you cant, you wont, If you think you can, you will

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PhillipM wrote:
Sat May 28, 2022 9:59 pm
Feliks wrote:
Sat May 28, 2022 2:36 pm
Well, why would someone need an outdated gasoline engine?

Andrew :D
'Cause the rest of the world has an IQ above the temperature of the ice.
Peltiers are horribly inefficient devices.
I've been fighting them for 20 years and I know it's not as bad as you think about them .. :D
Here you have photos from my show, how the 21 Watt car lamp shines from a temperature difference of 25 degrees Celsius .. You can see that touching the "engine" with your hand is not a threat, except for the experience of "cold - warm" .. :D

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And also on how much you can see that the amount of electricity from this ice is much greater than from the heat from a finger .. semiconductors like cold .. and Ice has an exceptionally large "hidden heat", so it takes moments to melt with it ..
It's only the first "" my experience "showing that the cold can also be an electric current ..
There is so much cold that we do not care much about efficiency. :idea: :idea:

Andrew :D

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Ice has an exceptionally large "hidden heat"
Heat of fusion of water? This is new and unknown? Just ....wow.

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Is Deuterium/Tritium water being utilized?

Or - some more exotically enriched variant - via the Large Hadron Collider?
"Well, we knocked the bastard off!"

Ed Hilary on being 1st to top Mt Everest,
(& 1st to do a surface traverse across Antarctica,
in good Kiwi style - riding a Massey Ferguson farm
tractor - with a few extemporised mod's to hack the task).

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Rodak wrote:
Sun May 29, 2022 5:40 am
Ice has an exceptionally large "hidden heat"
Heat of fusion of water? This is new and unknown? Just ....wow.
I wrote "Ice" Just ... wow

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Latent_heat

Andrew :D

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Another third ilm, which will show that with COLD we can receive electric current with low efficiency .. I can determine it by the speed of the received current after cooling one side of the peltier module plate .. We get the current very quickly, despite the fact that heat is not a very fast transmitter yours.
This time we take a cold spray with the medical ICEMIX peltier available in every pharmacy.



Andrew :D