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  • Featured / Best Exotic FE: Engines > Cavitation >
    Hydrosonic Molecular Accelerator Resurrects the Clem Engine (Interview) - Oregon inventor, Buck Henderson, claims to have refined both the Richard Clem and Jim Ray engines. From what we can tell, Henderson's system uses supersonic speeds of fluid dynamics along with cavitation to pull in zero point energy as the source of environmental energy that shows up in the system to run it. First applications will be semi truck or lorry engines. (PESN and BeforeItsNews; March 7, 2012)
  • Featured / Best Exotic FE: Water > Purification > Cavitation > Biokavitus >
    Cavitation as a Purification Panacea? - The Italian company, Biokavitus has perfected the process of cavitation to the point of now launching several commercial products into the market. And they are open sourcing the core concept to help speed the cleaning of the planet, including nuclear waste, wastewater, oil contamination, but also home cleaning applications. There are health benefits as well - of all living organisms. (PESN and BeforeItsNews; November 5, 2011)
    • Best Exotic FE: Water > Purification > Cavitation > Biokavitus >
      Short note on piezonuclear cavitation (Translated from Italian) - The results on Cavitation Piezonucleare have already been published in multiple peer-review journals. The statement about the critical nature of the experimental project should not sound strange, since we are dealing with something entirely new to our knowledge of physics. (22Passi; February 20, 2012)
    • Oil > Recycling & Recovering / Cavitation > Biokavitus >
      Oil-water separation, by Biokavitus - A video has been posted that shows the Biokavitus apparatus continually separating out a milk-like solution from an oil solution via a cavitation process. The separated fluids are combined, and added again to the input at the top, to be separated again, and again. (YouTube / armandodepara; April 27, 2012)
  • Supercavitation for blinding underwater speeds - It's loud, it's rocket powered and it's fearsomely fast -- Mach plus. Duncan Graham-Rowe discusses the future of underwater travel. This supersonic sub concept arose from the cold war. (Subsim Review, citing New Scientist; July 22, 2000)
  • Cavitation Heaters - Cavitation heaters are claimed to heat fluids with greater efficiency than other methods. Some claim more energy output than input. The most common method used is to rotate a cylinder inside the fluid to produce bubbles, which generate heat as they collapse.
  • Ultrasonic Processing for Fast Biodiesel Production - Ultrasonication produces biodiesel yields of 99% in five minutes instead of one hour, and reduces separation time from 5-10 hours to 15 minutes, according to Hielscher. It decreases the catalyst requirement by 60% due to cavitational bubble collapse, which produces intense local heating and high pressures. (Green Car Congress; Feb. 26, 2007)
  • DK Group - The Air Cavity System improves the fuel efficiency of ships up to 15% by reducing the frictional resistance of the hull surface. This is achieved by replacing the flat-bottom surface of the vessels hull with a specially designed Air Cavity System that minimizes the hull/water contact area.

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