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Posted by Jim Wilkins on December 23, 2010, 4:33 pm
 

I never left, there just hasn't been much to contribute to.

jsw

Posted by Winston on December 23, 2010, 5:41 pm
 
Jim Wilkins wrote:

Jim Rojas does bring up an interesting point.
We can apply our technical skills to demonstrate
useful tools that are largely ignored.

I don't know of anyone who turns their used cooking
oil into methane using a digester for example.

I think a plastic -> oil converter project would
be valuable.

Lastly I think a plasma 'garbage to energy' tool
would be great!

--Winston


Posted by Josepi on December 23, 2010, 6:11 pm
 All good points but you need some technical skills, first.

Please review the cogen schematic first, read some history, here, and then
join in showing how to create a suntan, if your conscience will allow it.


Jim Rojas does bring up an interesting point.
We can apply our technical skills to demonstrate
useful tools that are largely ignored.

I don't know of anyone who turns their used cooking
oil into methane using a digester for example.

I think a plastic -> oil converter project would
be valuable.

Lastly I think a plasma 'garbage to energy' tool
would be great!

--Winston




Posted by Winston on December 23, 2010, 9:07 pm
 Josepi wrote:

We are as skilled as the Chinese were in the 13th century, yes?

No?


Got it.  http://www.kelcroft.com.hk/img/cogeneration_schematic.gif


I'm sorry.
I didn't understand.
Could you come at that from a different direction?

--Winston

Posted by Josepi on December 23, 2010, 11:44 pm
 It is quite simple. Read the history. Jim Rojas is quite serious about the
co-gen circuit and defends it to the death, stating that he is running the
one leg (120vac) quite successfully but does not understand how to tie the
two legs together for 240vac. Remember this is a cogen circuit drawn
backwards that has been used quite successfully by Jim.

If you have any schematic understanding or skills have a look at his
schematic and see what the problem is. People have been trying to assist him
in his endevour to no avail (see para 1). Perhaps you can also assist him in
view of the past history here. He doesn't seem to understand about RPM
phasing and what different the colours can make to him.


Josepi wrote:

We are as skilled as the Chinese were in the 13th century, yes?

No?


Got it.  http://www.kelcroft.com.hk/img/cogeneration_schematic.gif


I'm sorry.
I didn't understand.
Could you come at that from a different direction?

--Winston



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