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Does nuclear fusion really solve problems ?
The marine reactors are designed for very specific conditions, few of which apply to civil power pro ...
6-1-2021 at 12:45
by: Fulmen
Cleaning / Recycling HNO3 Solution
Again: Why vacuum? I assume the acid is below the azeotrope at this point. If so:
The azeotrope bo ...
1-1-2021 at 12:45
by: Fulmen
Cleaning / Recycling HNO3 Solution
I don't see what's wrong with the azeotrope at atmospheric. It shouldn't decompose at that concentra ...
31-12-2020 at 12:01
by: Fulmen
Potential lowcost/portable/civilians available 2 shot electric blasting machine
It's as simple as that, fitting the impedance to the power source. Ideally you would have all ignite ...
31-12-2020 at 11:52
by: Fulmen
Does nuclear fusion really solve problems ?
I'm not holding my breath...

As for the initial premise, no and yes. No, it's not about the ener ...
30-12-2020 at 14:19
by: Fulmen
Does nuclear fusion really solve problems ?
@cna: Fair point, while the development of superconductors have been slow it is inching forwards.
30-12-2020 at 09:56
by: Fulmen
Does nuclear fusion really solve problems ?
As for fusion I share your doubt. It's been "any day now" since the beginning, which kinda suggests ...
29-12-2020 at 13:07
by: Fulmen
Does nuclear fusion really solve problems ?
[rquote=652173&tid=156820&author=j_sum1]Remember that the small scale fission reactors gave ...
29-12-2020 at 08:58
by: Fulmen
Identification of ac motor
This is the power board, housing the 5V PSU for the arduino and the triacs. The arduino and K-elemen ...
27-12-2020 at 03:34
by: Fulmen
Identification of ac motor
All good. The motor runs fine with a 0.9uF cap, guess I have to shop some components to finish the j ...
26-12-2020 at 09:21
by: Fulmen
Identification of ac motor
Thanks, itsallgoodjames. I forgot to mention that it's an "outrunner", don't know if that matters.
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25-12-2020 at 14:52
by: Fulmen
Identification of ac motor
Ok, so I'm making some headway. Stay with me here...
First I looked up the serial (ebm m4e060-ca01- ...
25-12-2020 at 14:38
by: Fulmen
Identification of ac motor


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Can anybody help me with wiring this motor? It came out of an old IKA hot ...
25-12-2020 at 09:54
by: Fulmen
Nuclear device core detonation speed, etc?
Nuclear reactions occur in the femtosecond-range or faster, so it's getting pretty close to "instant ...
24-12-2020 at 11:47
by: Fulmen
Very strange behavior when melting lead - getting a THICK orange oxide layer on top
My guess would be high temperature due to improved insulation. The power setting on the hotplate doe ...
23-12-2020 at 00:30
by: Fulmen
Experiments with liquid air
I would assume that any and all organic materials produce explosive compounds when mixed with LOX.
22-12-2020 at 13:23
by: Fulmen
Why did TNT become so universal?
The fact that TNT is the preferred explosive should tell you that you're wrong.

First off, RDX i ...
22-12-2020 at 12:22
by: Fulmen
Why did TNT become so universal?
Don't forget long term stability.
22-12-2020 at 00:23
by: Fulmen
how to chemically waterproof sodium silicate coating
I agree. Your focus should be on anodizing. It's really not hard: A "dumb" 12V charger and 10-15% su ...
20-12-2020 at 12:10
by: Fulmen
Superacid chemistry
I have worked with oleum, seeing it vaporize paper on contact was enough for me. Check please.
19-12-2020 at 15:08
by: Fulmen
Experiments with liquid air
Cool video.


Could be fun testing the impact sensitivity of some of those combos.

Also, try ...
19-12-2020 at 13:02
by: Fulmen
Nuclear device core detonation speed, etc?
Agreed, it's well worth a watch.
19-12-2020 at 08:28
by: Fulmen
Magnalium powdering process
It's been 20years since I made any MgAl, but IIRC the two intermetallic eutectics are Mg2Al3 And Mg3 ...
17-12-2020 at 11:12
by: Fulmen
Nuclear device core detonation speed, etc?
Nah, even with fusion the speed will be less than 20% of c, for fission the average is closer to 5%. ...
17-12-2020 at 09:45
by: Fulmen
Nuclear device core detonation speed, etc?
A thermonuclear device utilizes both fission and fusion, but neither process have much in common wit ...
17-12-2020 at 09:06
by: Fulmen
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