Newly Invented Jet

Discussion in 'Jet Drives' started by Ximing Huang, Jun 7, 2012.

  1. Ximing Huang
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    In this invention, the fluid runs inside a loop of two kinds of materials. At the two joints, heat may be produced to have a refrigeration or flow.

    If the loop is open, a generator is there with no propeller at all.
    The water or any other fluid may flow from the hot end absorbing heat to the cold end emmiting heat.
     

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    Anyone who can understand this is ahead of me.
     
  3. J Feenstra
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    umz... nice art?
     
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    me too
     
  5. Ximing Huang
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    simple principle

    Well, the invention herein means that if there is two different densities of the same kind of fluid, then the fluid flow may generate heat at the two joints. Also, the heat absorption at one joint and the heat emission at the other joint may generate a flow.
    It is quite like the principle of the thermoelectricity effect.
     
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    and this has been tested?
     
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    I always was slow on the uptake.
     
  8. Ximing Huang
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    Well this is only an idea.
    I hope you understand the thermoelectricity effect to compare with the invention. That shall be rather easy.
     
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    It has nothing to do with the magnet at all

    This invention does not use any kind of magnet or electrics.
    It simply uses two kinds of porosity materials.
     
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    It's like I tell my wife..."pretend I don't know what your talking about." Tell your readers what your on about. Are you looking for financial backing, are you asking a question... throw us a bone man :)
     
  12. mydauphin
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    Porosity. Material ... what an osmotic drive? It could take decades to travel a mile. Please get real.
     
  13. jim lee
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    Ford Model T cooling system? Even Ford gave up on it and added a pump.

    -jim lee
     
  14. Frosty

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    Thermo syphon cooling --not even close to what this guy is on about.

    Oh and it worked fine if you have a high radiator.
     

  15. jim lee
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    I had a model T. It worked marginal at best.

    -jim lee
     
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