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@manfred
7 months ago
Delays with the 3D printing so an old footage of a most basic setup. In this case temperature showing about 1260° Celsius and nozzle is 2.1mm I.D. brass pipe. The yellow flame is the burning rubber isolation otherwise it is almost invisible flame. When burned with oxygen burning H2 produces clean water and heat, thats it. In layman's terms 11,2 liter hydrogen is 1 gram. 1 gram of H2 is 360 – 390 watts (142.5kj) of heating energy. To produce 11,2 liter (1g) requires 9 gram of water, or 1g wa
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@manfred
7 months ago
Some of the burners used with nozzle from 0.28 mm to 2.1 mm. Of the three joint the left is 3 x 0.28 and the one on the tile 3 x 0.6 mm https://bico.media/a68b0b95c308a2a5ed53dfa8e6d4ab5fe70f3098de3be792ad45ea35515ba603 I ordered an adjustable 30mbar to 50 mbar gas pressure controller. Any ordinary (28mb) or higher will do. Did have it burning with less then 4mbar pressure. Three times 0.28mm in action at about 48mbar no way near a perfect flame and also to much distance (hottest point of “nat
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@manfred
7 months ago
First up, I am not responsible if anyone hurt himself or others. It just share my experience. I am not selling anything or have endorsement deals. I purchased and use the products mentioned. Hydrogen burns clean, under certain conditions totally invisible to the eye. Optimal combustion is at 29% hydrogen-to-air volume ratio. Clean water is also the only “waste” product of burning hydrogen. Burning with air gives a 2000° C flame and with oxygen about 2700° C. In my process, with 100 Watt-hou
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