Lowering Launch Prices

Guten Abend,

Wether you work with Asteroid Mining, Space Tourism or Payload Delivery  -
Lowering Launch Price is something keeping Engineers awake late at nigh.

I even heard one CEO of a Commercial Space Company say that for him- Lowering Launch Prices is the Nr 1 to 10 largest problems.

 

Of course there is many way to go about to lower these prices! For example,

* Utilize Advanced Enterprise Software Technology
* Develop purpose built  plastics to replace heavier materials
* Play out vendors against each others

 

 

In the Cold Fusion Industry we also struggle constantly to improve ourselves, for example with material science and that happens to be one of my specialities! One of my laboratories decided I should go to Slovenia and do some research for the next and improved Metal Alloy!

I was supposed to arrive there 2 days ago but the airplane middle landed in Vienna and I decided to take a detour since I made some friends there last summer.

Vienna is super fun, my friend Banksy took me to  Rock Clubs, A Planetarium and a Theater.
Because of my budget I could only enter either the Planetarium or to The Opera.

 

 

vienna, planetarium,

For some random reason we decided to enter The Opera!

 

 

wien, opera,

When I get to Slovenia I will focus 100% on my research!!!

 

The theory goes that if a Metal can bend easily it means the Atoms within it can move around more freely. We reason that this new Metal Alloy we create will increases the efficiency of Cold Fusion because the Atoms will easier slide into vacancies and cracks where the reaction have been observed to take place.

Inventing the material is one problem, luring the Atoms into place is another.

 

Also I am thinking about buying some new sneakers ….

 

 

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2 Responses to “Lowering Launch Prices”

  1. Hey Doktor Bob the Scientific Dog,

    I love scoopin’ it…

    Check this out. You should have your materials science folks, I’m absolutely lovin’ their dopant studies, study this.

    This guy has an LENR patent that is not on anyone’s radar yet. I love it in its entirety and it’s advanced complexity (simply put it is fascinating)

    The inventor is great friends with British Petroleum. I for one, love mutually beneficial relationships and figure they should never be lost, missplaced, or forgotten. Hey humanity, wake up to this… oh yeah!!! **** yesssss!!!!

    British petroleum seems to have been tight with this guy, they went and purchased his early patents

    I wonder, is this a cold fusion LENR patent….

    And if it is, is BP aware of it (or involved with it)?

    “A Method of Generating Thermal Energy”
    http://www.google.com/patents/EP2630415A1?cl=en
    App. – Filed Oct 19, 2011 – Published Aug 28, 2013 – Aleksander Jerzy Groszek – Microscal Two Limited

    Quote from the patent,

    Advantageously, for some metals, such as palladium, hydrogen can be absorbed onto the surface of the metal at room temperature, advantageously for example at a temperature in the range of from 10 to 30 °C. It may also be carried out at temperatures from 10 to 130 °C. It may be preferable for the hydrogen absorption at to be carried out at an elevated temperature.

    For example, when the metal is or comprises gold, preferably hydrogen absorption is carried out at from 20 to 130°C.

    When the metal is or comprises nickel, preferably hydrogen absorption is carried out at from 150 to 250°C.

    When the metal is of comprises copper, preferably hydrogen absorption is carried out at from 120 to 180 °C.

    When the metal is or comprises ruthenium, preferably hydrogen absorption is carried out at from 50 to 200 °C.

    When the metal is or comprises molybdenum, preferably hydrogen absorption is carried out at from 150 to 250°C.

    When the metal is or comprises tungsten, preferably hydrogen absorption is carried out at from 150 to 250°C.

    When the metal is or comprises cobalt, preferably hydrogen absorption is carried out at from 150 to 250°C.

    When the metal is or comprises silver, preferably hydrogen absorption is carried out at from 150 to 250°C.

    When the metal is or comprises platinum, preferably hydrogen absorption is carried out at from 50 to 150°C.

    When the metal is or comprises iron, preferably hydrogen absorption is carried out at from 150 to 250°C.

    When the metal is or comprises palladium, preferably hydrogen absorption is carried out at from 10 to 130°C.

    Further reading,evaluation and investigation is required…

    This part of the patent is of interest as well… ( as well as many others. )

    An important factor increasing the heat evolutions is the pre-adsorption of water vapour by the palladium powders. (This applies also to other metals capable of adsorbing hydrogen, such as gold, nickel and iron) . The effective amounts of water vapour typically range between 1 to 50 micromoles per gram of palladium powders and preferably between 1 and 10 micromoles. In this example the amount of water to which the palladium powders were exposed was 20 micromoles per gram. The high heat generation can be obtained continuously in an arrangement in which hydrogen and oxygen (it could be air, mixtures of O2 and inert gases, or, pure oxygen) are passed through finely divided palladium maintaining appropriate proportions of chemisorbed hydrogen, coming into contact with oxygen in a regime not producing any water.

    My best understanding is a high temp nanoparticle structure such as graphene or zirconium serves as an excellent atomic skeleton on which to build

  2. Pressure and tempertatures of gasses, subatomically, is a mutually observable considerant.

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