PesWiki.com

Menu

Free Energy Blog:2014:12:31

Lasted edited by Andrew Munsey, updated on June 14, 2016 at 9:40 pm.

  • One error has been found on this page. Administrator will correct this soon.
  • This page has been imported from the old peswiki website. This message will be removed once updated.

Free Energy Blog posts from Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Latest

Image:Collage labeled 95x95.jpg
Latest: There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1] > There was an error working with the wiki: Code[2] - Latest include: Free Energy Blog:2016:02:13Free Energy Blog:2016:02:13Free Energy Blog:2016:02:11Free Energy Blog:2016:02:11Free Energy Blog:2016:02:11Free Energy Blog:2016:02:08Free Energy Blog:2016:02:02Blog:Index (PESWiki Bullet updated February 13, 2015 23:15 GMT)

Blog Archive

Next Day

There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1]

Sunfire's synthetic fuel from water
Image:47467357.si 400.jpg

'Free Energy Blog:2014:12:31'

Relevance: Directory:Water as Fuel

Richard Sanders brought this to our attention:

http://rt.com/news/209619-sunfire-water-synthetic-fuel/

Excerpt:

: German-made ‘miracle’ machine turns water into gasoline

: Published time: November 30, 2014 08:35

: There is as yet no method to mimic Jesus Christ and turn water into wine, but German chemical engineers have proved they can perform miracles of alchemy. They are now finalizing the assembly of a rig that changes water into gasoline.

: The German company says it has developed an engineering installation capable of synthesizing petroleum-based fuels from water and carbon dioxide. The ‘power-to-liquid’ rig converts gases extracted from water into liquid hydrocarbon fuels.

: “I would call it a miracle because it completely changes the way we are producing fuels for cars, planes and also the chemical industry,” Nils Aldag, Chief Financial Officer and co-founder of Sunfire GmbH told RT’s Ruptly video agency.

: The Dresden-based company expects the technology to have a big impact on the future fuel market.

: The electrically-powered installation uses a process known as Fischer-Tropsch Synthesis, first developed by German chemists Franz Fischer and Hans Tropsch in 1925.

: The Fischer-Tropsch (F-T) reaction converts colorless, odorless, incombustible carbon dioxide gas (CO2) extracted from water, and hydrogen gas generated from water vapor, by electrolysis into liquid fuels such as diesel, jet kerosene and other chemical products.

: The conversion process takes place in a series of reactors at temperatures between 150 and 300 degrees Celsius.

: However, the F-T fuel technology “will always be more expensive” than getting conventional liquid hydrocarbon fuels from oil or coal, Aldag warned.

: “What is important is that the value creation happens at the place where you use the fuel,” he said. So there will be no crude oil transportation costs and expensive infrastructure. “You are producing the fuel right where you are actually going to use it,” Aldag stressed.

-- SilverThunder 15:45, 31 December 2014 (UTC)

Previous Day

Free Energy Blog:2014:12:30

Comments