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Merlyn wrote: Sat May 07, 2022 7:53 pm Andrew,
I think you would be better off perfecting the diesel driven deck cloth than all this ice idea.
After all it only melts at the end of the day whether it be AC or DC single or three phase.
Well, here are photos of my "spells" with larger peltiers from the time when I was still beautiful and young :lol:

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Image But here is this cold water motor ..

As befits a decent Physical Mechanism made of 10mm thick copper plates .. In the first version it weighed 14 kg and was all made of copper .. Even there was more than one ..

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Another third ilm, which will show that with COLD we can receive electric current with low efficiency .. I can determine it by the speed of the received current after cooling one side of the peltier module plate .. We get the current very quickly, despite the fact that heat is not a very fast transmitter yours.
This time we take a cold spray with the medical ICEMIX peltier available in every pharmacy.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RXeVCjllgB8

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Well, ake here, God was not nice to Muslims .. But for me, yes, because he colored the gas yellow, which is heavier than air, and see how it behaves. CO2 behaves in the same way, despite explaining "pseudo-philosophers, that it is a greenhouse gas after all .. Thank God I didn't have to wait long for such a film .. and you can see in yellow what this "philosophy of scientists" is .. A simple deception. :lol:

https://youtu.be/a-z5Vbs9smI?t=4

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Feliks wrote: Sat May 07, 2022 7:34 pm Could someone haul me an iceberg in the ocean to the shore for me to convert it to electricity? After all, it has melted uselessly so far ... 8)

Do you know how much fresh water would be by the way ? :lol:



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Well, what if, apart from water, you could get electricity that could also be used to power the tugs? And if there was a lot of it, you can also make gas from it .. But you would have to stop playing hide and seek and enter the appropriate name in the Encyclopedia .. Well, unless you still want to pretend to be smarter...

https://www.bbc.com/future/article/2018 ... -to-africa

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Re: New engine

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Well from where I am sitting and giving this latest project serious thought my contribution would be to have only one cube of ice in the old G&T instead of the normal two.
So if Andrew could get up a petition to encourage others to follow suit perhaps on a health and safety basis a Titanic repeat may well be averted, well that depends on how many converts he can convert to the cause.
And furthermore thought should be given to how you are going to tow it?
Drill and tap it and eye bolt it?
Or strop it all round?
Just image during the night both tug engines shut down automatically ( low lubeoil pressure/high coolant temp. situation) with no manual override available being overrun and sunk by your own block of ice V ship being steamed into it scenario.
Certainly different and who knows you could go down in history as being the first man to be sunk by his own ice cube,
But not to worry on that score Andrew because I have averted that situation for you insomuch as by approaching Martin with that shove along machine he is on perhaps a new compass course ought to be plotted and we can all sleep soundly in our beds safe and secure in the knowledge that shove along machines prevail over drag along pieces of string jobbies.
Be kind enough to inform me as to when the scheme is on standby as I do need to know when the drop down is to commence.
ie,
Down from two to one.
But back to what this site is all about on a more interesting note,
What’s the prop. pitch| diameter difference between identical hulls and SHP generated of a drag along versus a shover.
No cheating here, both fixed or both variables pitches.
Any ideas anyone?
Remembering The Good Old days, when Chiefs stood watches and all Torque settings were F.T.
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