Discussion in 'Architecture & Engineering' started by DaS Energy, Oct 29, 2012.
Cannot see yet how the device you describe would work!
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Further information. Using two seperate finger trace the passage of the water and the gas.
Your drawing attention the the original post has taken me to realise a cleaner pipe is not included that is an essential part of the DaS Valve. Such shall be corrected and posted.
Fresh OP with cleaner pipe included.
Essential to there being no air pocket trapped when different liquid flow return is involved.
it doesn't work that way.
you can draw your diagrams until you run out of trees and it still doesn't prove over unity.
you have to actually build the device.
if you are claiming over unity then you will need to grant others access to the machine and possibly the research.
I decide what way it works, NOT YOU!
I decide who I demonstrate to, NOT YOU!
Perhaps you may wish to prove overunity, I DONT!
Your link doesn't work. Are you now saying you are chunking the diagram in the OP?
It's your device, not mine. If you think it won't work, you should explain why, and tell us what you would do to fix it.
Checked link, opperative to me!
No chunking OP, correcting to include all of DaS Valve despite such not being needed in OP as shown. The cleaner pipe is used in combustion sytems and where the water/liquid returns from the lower level!
"t's your device, not mine. If you think it won't work, you should explain why, and tell us what you would do to fix it."
Should it cease to work, then I would fix it. Untill then there is nothing to let you know!
Is it working?
"Is it working? "
READ PRIOR POSTS, NO IT IS NOT!
What is the pointed symbol "<" between the green and red zones? It looks like a venturi (expansion valve). What is it?
What do you mean? The device in your sketch does not work?
Original OP Gone, dont know how to fix!
Upgrading on Photobucket removed original.
New attchment includes left out cleaner pipe (though not needed OP model) and adds a CO2 heat to pressure chart.
"What do you mean? The device in your sketch does not work?"
NO, not what I mean!
I didn't understand this either. The "turbine" in your OP is a car water pump, used in reverse. ???
No, that's the big mistake you are making. The laws of physics, not you, will decide how it works (if at all.)
"What is the pointed symbol "<" between the green and red zones?"
The < represents a spring type one way valve, that cant be had by use of floating ball, to controll direction of liquid flow.
Prior posting has design with ball acting as one way valve throughout.
What do you mean "DaS Valve?"
You mean a check valve?
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