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The resulting carbonate and hydroxide, as well as the reducing metal of the inner surface of the outer pipe could then be recycled later by using solar energy.Another option is using some mix of photosynthetic algae in an adjacent first stage to convert the carbon dioxide into oxygen and biomass, and fermenting anaerobic bacteria in a second stage to generate methane and hydrogen from the latter.The depth of the water increases the pressure in the preceding reducing stage.Now, along with some soot, heavy hydrocarbons and unburnt fuel that are recycled, the carbon dioxide dissolves in the water and is removed from the exhaust so long as the water isnt saturated.There is a problem with two of the messages in that for some reason you don't get the whole thing, but there is enough of it there that they're still worth listening to. Within the latter is a long solid steel or iron bar, whose diameter is 12 mm, that doesnt touch it, except at three solder points at each of its extremities.* It is then sent along the inner pipe, in the thin space round the central solid steel bar, back from B to A, to near the air intake, where it is mixed with some fresh air.* The latter mixture is input to the motor A preliminary analysis of the GEET Two-strokes are known to be inefficient as only a certain proportion of their fuel is burnt.
* As the exhaust first travels between the "outer" space, between inner and the outer pipes, it heats their surface to its own temperature.
Kouropoulos: The GEET Demystified Paul Pantone: US Patent # 5,794,601 ~ Fuel Pretreater Paul & Molley Pantone: The GEET Fuel Processor --- A Self-Inducing Plasma Generator P. The outer pipe has an inside diameter of 25.4 mm, the inner pipe an outside diameter of 12.7 mm and an inner diameter of 12.4 mm.
A model suitable for a small two- or four-stroke (lawn-mower or small generator) typically consists of two horizontally-lying, concentric steel or metallic pipes of about 50 cm in length, one inside the other.
Naudin Diagram Do-It-Yourself Construction Plans for a Small GEET Unit -- A brief description : The GEET is a dynamic fuel-exhaust recycling device that can be fitted to an engine, between the air intake and the exhaust.
Let us call A and B the two ends of the 50 cm long pipes and bar.