Rune wrote:OilPrice.comNew LENR Machine is the Best Yet
The new leader is Brillouin Energy with a new process named the Hot Tube Boiler.
What puts Brillion out in front first is the temperature output. Brillouin expects the test of the new Hot Tube model at SRI will be capable of delivering steam at temperatures from 400ºC to 500ºC (750-932ºF). These kinds of temperatures are called superheated or deliver “dry steam”, a steam form that does not contain water mechanically suspended. Dry steam is what’s needed for generating power and moving heat because it saves a great deal of water and is more efficient. Pressures, especially for turbine drives can be much higher.
This one produces steam at 100ºC, works exactly the same as E-Cat.
And here we have an upgrade. Producing superheated steam:
The first was discovered few thousand years ago, hard to call it an innovation.
The second is known for some centuries. Superheated steam has improved the efficiency of steam engines but needs higher energy input. It's an improvement to James Watt device. And as we know they need energy and it comes in form of electrical energy from the outlet.
Wooo, what a device! Producing steam by taking energy from the outlet! Nobody can do that.
Crackpots and nuts at PESN are going to love it. Sterling D. Allan is feeding himself from the lunacy of his "clients" presenting all kinds of perpetuum mobile to them. And he is a CT believer in "free energy suppresion", like laws of thermodynamics are the suppression.
Nope, he is a crook, a liar, and a nut.