Everyone who solves the problem of renewable energy sources, as well as cleaning nature from pollution, is a real scientist. And a real scientist must have some kind of accelerator of some particles. Here I am, for my experiments I decided to weld a collapsible experimental gas generator.
The goals that I plan to achieve on it:
Test an electrostatic precipitator with dimensions of 20 liters for gas purification with a flow rate of 100 cubic meters per hour. It should work out.
To force the gasification chamber, that is, to obtain 100 cubic meters of gas per hour with the dimensions of the gasification chamber according to the second line of the Imbert table.
Debug the automatic control of the temperature of the reaction zone of the gas generator by supplying condensate in the intake air.
Debug an external monorator.
Check the screw feed of fuel from the tank.
Check the air cooling of the throat and grate.
Debug the supercharging of the gas generator from the electric turbine.
These are our goats for which you need to mow hay.
This is a machine to which you can attach a mower or hay baler.
This is an experimental gas generator for a car with an engine capacity of 2.4 liters and a power of 100 hp. Upper side branch pipe for wet smoke outlet to the moderator for dehumidification.
Bottom side branch pipe - hot and dirty gas outlet.
Disassembled gas generator.
There will be a throat temperature sensor in the lower round cover. Instead of the top cover, a fuel auger pipe will be connected.
The seals in the lids are either asbestos cord with graphite or aluminum foil for baking food.
The plate for the neck and grate is removable. Still have to weld all this to it.
The fuel tank will be secured at an angle. A screw conveyor will emerge from the bottom corner.
There will still be many holes in the side wall of the cylinder for different purposes …
This is an electric turbine for turbo charging from a washing vacuum cleaner. It has a separate impeller for cooling the electric motor.
To be continued inevitably …
For, as Steve Unruh said well, “If you ain’t burning - you ain’t learning!”