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Feliks

499 posts

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Thursday 19th July 2012 quote quote all
Whether engineers will pretend that the atomists still do not know the new inverter UPS Technology on batteries, which in the case of a power failure, it is ready within fractional seconds to the provisioning of the full effect of emergency systems ???
Of course, some diesel then can long function.

But I think, with this reason for savings, because and so nuke is already insanely expensive.

http://www05.abb.com/global/scot/scot235.n...chure_rev_c.pdf

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Feliks

499 posts

112 months

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Thursday 9th August 2012 quote quote all
Monument to the victims of the earthquake in its epicentre in Tashkent. You can see clearly the huge cavity, in which the trees are growing, and despite their vertices do not protrude above the ground of the monument, the cavity is approx. 50 m depth.
And talk to someone it does not appear that build the atomic power stations on earthquake-resistant, ...Jan Christian Andersen Fairy Tales. ...
I have seen. I recommend a trip atomist engineers in particular.




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Feliks

499 posts

112 months

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Thursday 16th August 2012 quote quote all
This is now seriously with these atomists...
And I am evaluating, so most of my friends of cancer in various forms leaves prematurely.And here you have a surprise
Something that, after these liar nuke not I expected!
http://ex-skf.blogspot.com/2012/04/blueberry-jam-f...

Andrew: crycry

Feliks

499 posts

112 months

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Saturday 18th August 2012 quote quote all
In order to provide the reactors in Fukushime from the bottom you have the mechanical tunnel.
Then insert the two meters in diameter with 20 tubes. , Do the holes from the top and side, and on the bottom line fire resistant ZrO2. For large pipes enter the small tube to remove radioactive leaks or cooling corium had reached there...


http://www.herrenknecht.com/fileadmin/redaktion/PD...

http://www.herrenknecht.com/fileadmin/redaktion/PD...




Certainly not the cheapest, but it will give guarantees that the radioactive materials do not enter the land and ocean

Regards Andrewcoffeecoffee

scarble

4,072 posts

40 months

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Saturday 18th August 2012 quote quote all
I understood that post. wink

The Fukushima incident is maybe frightening but this doesn't mean we can't have safe nuclear power.
I think liquid thorium salts are much safer in the event of a leak?
Or there is the option of not building your nuclear reactor in geologically unstable regions smile

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Feliks

499 posts

112 months

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Saturday 18th August 2012 quote quote all
scarble said:
I understood that post. wink

The Fukushima incident is maybe frightening but this doesn't mean we can't have safe nuclear power.
I think liquid thorium salts are much safer in the event of a leak?
Or there is the option of not building your nuclear reactor in geologically unstable regions smile

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I think that it is pointless, however, blind
Salt Sodium:
http://www.japantimes.co.jp/text/nn20111214a8.html
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Feliks

499 posts

112 months

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Sunday 2nd September 2012 quote quote all
Little broken crosshead...



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Feliks

499 posts

112 months

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Wednesday 5th September 2012 quote quote all
Can to remove scrap metal from the reactor 3 can use these electromagnetic grippers?
Also for attaching various devices and cameras probably would be useful..




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Feliks

499 posts

112 months

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Monday 24th September 2012 quote quote all
Whether, if the sprayer to the treadmill, for example, a car, it will be more supportive of animals?


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horse_mill



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Feliks

499 posts

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Thursday 27th September 2012 quote quote all
I wonder if to ask if these two smiling at us men to graciously evacuated their asses out of this car, it would be possible instead of carriage them to produce some electricity for us? Since drivers are not needed, because the car is harnessed to the treadmill and drivin in circles .. But one thing is certain, that such a vehicle driving the external energy, we will have the wind, regardless of the weather ... AJ is here the energy produced is sufficient to maintain the treadmill speed, it will be good .... And maybe even a few kilowatts for us is for our use ....
And it is always, regardless of the weather ... I do not need to go to the desert to breaking records. This can be done on the treadmill near the house...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bkcn8ZkvKKc&fea...

http://news.discovery.com/autos/how-do-wind-powere...







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Feliks

499 posts

112 months

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Thursday 27th September 2012 quote quote all
Finally, heavy equipment, the 21st century as far as technology began to be used ..




http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H2n93pCESZc&fea...


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Feliks

499 posts

112 months

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Thursday 27th September 2012 quote quote all
http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/attachment.php?atta...

Of course, the fuel will be coal dust....

Andrew: Wavey

[quote]Originally posted by Anth
Of course
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I hope you will also agree with this, teeth were the least moving parts. The 5 MW windmill should be placed. Mounted on the ends of the arms jet frame. (ends reach such a large fan wheel 1 Ma), so the jet frame will fit well ... It will be a "small" treadmill



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ramjet


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Feliks

499 posts

112 months

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Sunday 7th October 2012 quote quote all
Ramjet symulation (upper green) Need Java
http://www.grc.nasa.gov/WWW/k-12/VirtualAero/BottleRocket/airplane/ngnsim.html


As I see massive construction that are to demolish the building of Reactor No. 3 is me shivers go ..
Certainly the building suffered the most, because it was the biggest explosion. So the walls are certainly very weak, and it seems to me that the water in the pool of fuel remains a miracle there is to do there can not be inspected, that does not mean that the building is sturdy ..
Therefore, demolition should in my opinion not cause additional shocks, and be carried out as gently as possible ... Heavy construction equipment, rather they should not be used ...
They are after all modern methods, such as cutting concrete with water. The company offers cutting up to 3 meters ..

http://ajaks.eu/en/services-for-civil-engineering/...

I do not want to think what would have happened, if as a result of the vibrations, the resulting leaks in the fuel pool and the water came out of it ... Almost as a result of radiation inside the building and its three filling remains, you can not to re-seal it. ..

Therefore, even mild disturbances such methods may be used: diamond cut rope ..

http://www.hilti.com/data/editorials/-14620/ds-wss...

https://www.hilti.co.uk/fstore/holuk/techlib/docs/...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lZ04OdpmJ84

http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&feature=ends...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&feature=ends...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=endscreen&amp...

Andrewcoffeecoffee

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Edited by Feliks on Sunday 7th October 10:24

Feliks

499 posts

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Feliks

499 posts

112 months

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Thursday 18th October 2012 quote quote all
In other Forum:

[Quote]
[QUOTE=LogRoad;1634625]SteamPunk lives - at nogripracing.com and its Poland branch!

Andrew, why are you publishing here? Or is this just one of many venues for you?

Frank[/QUOTE]

I would have rather called this topic "steamlesspunk".
This new direction is also represented by the music (guitar my son) rolleyes

http://www.felix50.republika.pl/Deuter/Szara%20mas...

The World does not end on the NoGripRacing , but it is very nice here cool [/Quote}

Regards Andrew coffeecoffee

Feliks

499 posts

112 months

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Tuesday 23rd October 2012 quote quote all
Here, the photo of the engine and Abart, for those who have doubts about the hight engine of my..



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Feliks

499 posts

112 months

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Thursday 1st November 2012 quote quote all
Did you know that it looks like the latest engine to produce electricity using any fuel, such as coal dust. Attached to the treadmill, skip step steam,,,
The end of the treadmill must be about 1 Mach speed, which at the shoulder of 50 meters is normal ... every second ..




http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedd...

It's not like we all have to fly, but the current a good thing ...


Regards Andrew coffeecoffee

Feliks

499 posts

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Monday 5th November 2012 quote quote all
Here is a reworked so as not to put unnecessary drag .. A bit like a UFO. Still on the edge of the "plate" can fasten some neodymium magnets ....




With these dimensions of 10 MW ....

In preparation for the new job of atomic physics, they can calculate the efficiency of the this power plant ...

Regards Andrewcoffeecoffee

Feliks

499 posts

112 months

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Monday 19th November 2012 quote quote all
s you remember I really like windmills operating in the negative pressure .....
Here you have one type of renewable energy that can run on the negative pressure generated by the moving cars ...

http://www.new4stroke.com/cars.wmv

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Feliks

499 posts

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Thursday 22nd November 2012 quote quote all
This treadmill UFO version of ramjet engines, would work best as an MHD generator. Its efficiency apparently comes to 60% or more has no moving parts. At 1 m plasma jet should be good.
The rest of you can generate in the traditional way, which would help stabilize the rotation ...








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