Author Topic: Stan Meyer- Magnetized Iron Nanorods in Fluid EPGs Electrical Particle Generator  (Read 146 times)

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Advances in nanotechnology has provided a new area of research for the fluids used in mechanical drive electrical particle generators  (EPG's)
The production of nanorods  with lengths of 20 NM to 100Nm with transitional metals is now a topic  that needs investigation The
 100Nm length with S.A.Rs approaching 20, allows for discrete dipolar magnetic domains to be created in these nanorods just as electric
 polarity has been shown in similar nanorods with polar ligands

For nanoparticles , whether spherical or not, Brownian movement is far outweighed b  electrostatic and electromagnetic forces acting upon
the individual particles. Nanospheres have  a Standard aspect ratio (length /width) of 1 with smaller nanorods having a standard aspect
ratio of 3 to5. The preparation of nanorods  of 100 Nm are now possible resulting in larger Aspect ratios making even stronger discrete magnetic
 domains possible

Electron microscopy is needed to  view many of these structures due to their small size compared to the wavelength of visible light.

When the iron nanotubes are placed  in a strong 400-800 gauss magnetic field the iron nanorods are not only magnetized but also become
aligned and are able to be moved and directed as  are the  medical ferro-fluids and chemotherapeutic when used..

Although the surface area of nanospheres is greater than for a similar molal -weight of nanotubes, the magnetic saturation is
approximately the same.   Thus concentrations on vol/vol basis can be similar  to the EFH-1 series ferrofluids used in the
mechanical drive  EPGs by Meyer et al  Once the iron microrods are magnetized permanently   they can be circulated mechanically
with pumps and  magneticallyaligned using a lesser magnetic force from smaller smaller
alignment coils prior and after flow turbulence and mixing by mechanical ( or even peristaltic pumps

Also magnet linear pumps can be used to create magnetic wave or zones of varying magnetic strength that pass by tie pickup coils
with the magnetic fields radiating  outward from the magnetic moving core. Each nanorod is functioning as a small permanent
and aligned magnet  Synchronization of the varying magnetic wave with relative to the speed of circulation
 and spacing of the pickup coils would enhance output power.

Thanks to the blue team

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1 Nanorods
2 Magnetically oriented nanoroads
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