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Stanley Meyer's  Multiple-Tier EPG as seen in the available imagery,(see attachment 1) shows vertical connections between the tiers.

One suggested design improvement to reduce flow turbulence is to angle the connection tubes between the tiers

By the use of  standard 45 degree angled pipe connectors, an angled connection tube between tiers would be possible..

Since the angle of the resulting connecting tubes would be 45 degrees, the draining of ferrofluid and flow of

the mag-gases would be improved,

The resulting likely increased velocity would result in an increase amount of induced current in the pickup coils

Since some the present designs and replications have an inter-tier spacings of 15.3 cm, the connecting tubes would

need to be increased or multiplied by the cosecant of 45 degrees or a factor  of 1.414 yielding 21.6 cm.

This would increase the flow distance each tier in the modeling by about 1.5%, which is felt to

be outweighed by the expected increase in flow rate..


A:  Correct, the cross-sectional area of the spiralled tubing is an important factor but as per documents the velocity
      is directly related to power output in the power output calculations.   So the suggestion is certainly worthy of consideration.
      see attachment 2

A: Correct, on the three phase systems, to maintain similarity of construction in the six tier  models, there is no need to increase TH1
     because despite the 45 degree angle in tier 1 connector  tube (part THC1), tangent of 45 degrees is still 1.00.  The inter-tier spacing
     in the construction  spreadsheet should be the same, although the construction materials list would need to be  adjusted as well
     as the parts lists.
 
     
 A: good catch sandia24, ill  take a look the figure is off by of a factor of 1000, it may be because of a Teslsa to Weber conversion
      Weber to Tesla   or cm squared to meter squared conversion error??

A: for sandia24   Yes, the 45 angle connections are not coplanar because of the offset of the enter and exit openings
                            between the two tiers being connected. Basically if you are looking from the top of the multi tier
                            unit, you are joining an end of the spiral which is closer to the recycling tube to the opening of
                            the tier below which is further away from the recycling tube.

                            You can moving have the coplanar arrangement but this means the gas/slurry would
                            moving clockwise with every other tier moving counterclockwise.

                            The  idea is to have the drainage of the gas/slurry draining as water does as it goes down a sink
                            and not to change direction. For the slurry systems especially, you want to take advantage of
                            gravitation  without introducing  turbulence from oppositional flow direction

                            of course  the length of the tier connecting tubes need to be adjusted to allow for the offset angle
                            For the typical 15cm inter tier spacing , the offset is about 2.5 cm 

A for sandia24    I think so because you want to take advantage of the momentum of the ferro-fluid as it drains
                            In the UK and across the pod in the US, the pipe  bends are either 45 or 90 degrees so I think
                            that the 45 degree solution is the most practical in terms of part acquisition. I'm not sure about
                           the drainage direction.  Depending on the hemisphere , direction of maelstrom or whirlpools
                          tend  to be CW in one and CCW in the other but with the assembly  be mindful
                           of the  direction  of the spiralled tiers with the top tier having the inlet closest to the central
                           recovery tube Top down flow consistent with Coriolis effect.?? 
 
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Re: Stanley A Meyer Multi-Tier Mag Gas Plasma Generator Improved Design
« Reply #1 on: February 27, 2021, 23:32:31 pm »
Thats interesting.
Has anyone been able to create a stable permanent magnetic gas yet?

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Re: Stanley A Meyer Multi-Tier Mag Gas Plasma Generator Improved Design
« Reply #2 on: November 28, 2021, 16:12:41 pm »
Stable magnetic slurries can be made

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Re: Stanley A Meyer Multi-Tier Mag Gas Plasma Generator Improved Design
« Reply #3 on: November 28, 2021, 16:24:03 pm »
An update to design

The reduction  in resistance to flow of liquids and gases in the EPG spirals by reducing the number of 90 and 45 degree fittings is a design improvement
that would likely reduce resistance to flow on the order of  about 10% in the single tier EPG series