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  1. sooo, cant NukePlants make uranium and resupply itself or charge batteries to power equipment to gather uranium (i dunno how usable uranium is obtained) also, why are the wiered magnet engines not considered as "utilizing potential energy in magnets" when that is actually the case? I think its coz of the terms used in such devices, tho i cant agree that they break the laws of physics because energy from magnets cause motion and they basically act as (in the best conditions, long lasting batteries)
  2. I was about to sleep last night, and i wondered, how much energy does it take to produce uranium needed vs the total energy production of nuclear power plants (regardless of energy used to construct the whole fascility ofc)
  3. Can I use magnetic induction to accomplish what i wanna accomplish? /\ I cant think of a proper design atm that is small and can simply be immersed in water
  4. well, we live here in the Philippines, worry not, the company passed wiring regulations of our country otherwise our company wont be able to sell the heaters commercially. Im just exploring ways to make the design better
  5. wont heat pipes conduct electricity since theyr made of brass or copper
  6. im thinking like, removing electrons from an atom then storing those electrons, like i said, in a jar or smth im imagining something like, a jar with an empty space (a vacuum), and just pour electrons in it, close the lid, even better, an electron pump and pump it as if its gas like gas or smth, is that possible, if u get the analogy
  7. How limited is it or how much electrons can be stored? Is there a different way without using power to store particles? something like putting water in a jar and covering it, that sort of storage
  8. is there a way to physically store electrons with our current technology? I dont mean using chemicals that have charge in them like batteries, i mean extracting electrons and storing them in a storage, and ofc when the storage is opened, it just shoots out or flow through (if wire is connected), which i imagine would happen
  9. it has no electronics, its plugs straight to the wall, tho if anyone is worried, its completely safe, until u add too much salt, or used the wrong type of heater depending on the water, but if u used the standard one (which is yellow) it works with all types of waters tho some water takes much longer to boil. The worst thing that happened in my experience is it tripped the breaker lol
  10. thanks, tho they seem to be too expensive right, so the application for this is to make a water heater that in which when dipped, and touch the water, it wont electrify you. My family company is about those water heaters using 2 plates than dont touch. It directly plugs in to the wall and dip under water then it boils, im sure u guys already know about the principle behind it, so yea, im thinking of a way to make it so that its completely safe to touch (the water) my idea is have the 2 plates encased with high boiling point liquid (or probably water) in aluminum, around that aluminum is thermally conductive and non electrically conductive material and those 2 are encased in more aluminum. So the point is, boil the water inside, transfer the heat outside (to boil water) and keep the current in.
  11. So, im looking for maybe paste, or a pad, or a liquid that can conduct heat very well and doesnt let electriity to pass through. Any material/brand/or whatever out here that can achieve both at the same time? I was thinking of thermal paste (for computers) but they are electrically conductive as well.
  12. Oh so i can simply just make a step up coil then connect it to the solenoid, then bam, goal achieved?
  13. I know that solenoids are basically electro magnets with a coil around an iron core. So, what makes a solenoid push or retact harder, higher volts or amps, or both (watts)? and if not both then what do i do to make one push really really hard? Also, how little electricity do piezos produce if i just use ambient noise to generate electricity from it?
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