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-- SilverThunder 22:27, 10 March 2014 (UTC)

Caution: Could H-Cat create NOx conditions?

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Relevance: Directory:Nuclear / Directory:Water > Directory:Cold Fusion / Directory:Hydroxy or HHO Injection Systems > OS:Justin Church's H-Cat

Posted at OS:Justin Church's H-Cat

On March 10, 2014 1:36 PM [Mountain], Ron C wrote:

: Subject: H-CAT warning

: Sterling,

: One caution that you might want to list on the new H-CAT page is about allowing 'air' into the process, IF the outlet is allowed to 'exhaust' into living space, and IF the catalytic process is not well controlled.

: Our atmosphere is made up of mostly what? Nitrogen, 78%, and 21% Oxygen. When those two components are exposed together at high temperatures, bad stuff results... NOx - very bad stuff.

: Unless the experimenter can absolutely guarantee that not even a single point in the core exceeds 2800°F, they should exhaust outdoors... possibly using an old turbocharger air-to-air intercooler with a small fan blowing across it as an exhaust heat extraction device.

: The auto-igniton temperature of Hydrogen is far below the NOx formation point, 'only' 997°F, so the only way you can reach 2800° is if the some point in the core is allowed to reach 997°, then the temperature will rise very rapidly, as will the emissions of NOx.

: The ideal core temperature will (should!) likely be FAR less... probably in the 300-500°F range... so the comments about filling the inlet with ceramic filter material is very important to avoid hot-spotting in the core. Using a temperature probe directly in the path of the core outlet would help monitor this.

-- SilverThunder 22:27, 10 March 2014 (UTC)

H-Cat Performance Contest

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Relevance: Directory:Nuclear / Directory:Water > Directory:Cold Fusion / Directory:Hydroxy or HHO Injection Systems > OS:Justin Church's H-Cat

Just added this to the Justin Church H-Cat page. OS:Justin Church's H-Cat

Criteria for "Best"

In this contest to see who can come up with the best design, the following criteria should be met:

Great (retail price)/(watt input)/(BTU produced) ["$/w/b"] (lowest wins)

Safe

Build at least ten prototype commercial systems

Contests

We will be looking to recognize the following achievements, and hopefully will be able to award some substantial prizes for these accomplishments:

The best in these categories each 6 months (January/July), which are commercially available (meaning at least ten prototype commercial systems have been built):

Best $/w/b

Best scientific evaluation of the process (proper calorimetry, HHO species characterization/effect, nuclear detection, methodology)

Easiest to replicate (design available for open license worldwide)

Most company sales - by one company (tabulated by units-sold x power/unit)

Most device sales - of a specific model (tabulated by units-sold x power/unit)

Best portable device (light-weight, high power density, practical, useful, attractive, affordable)

Most power-dense aparatus (output/size)

Largest [e.g. power plant] (in terms of total BTU or electricity output)

Smallest [e.g. cell phone] (in terms of total BTU or electricity output)

Most light-weight (weight/power output)

Most efficient (lowest losses)

Safest device (least number of incidences)

Best at load-following

Best looking device

Easiest to maintain

Most durable (no planned obsolescence)

Least durable (not a contest you want to win)

Best space application (able to handle zero gravity as well as thrust, with minimal maintenance/input)

Safest device

Most dangerous (not a contest you want to win)

-- SilverThunder 14:51, 10 March 2014 (UTC)

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