## Energy of water

There are many ocean currents on Earth. The force of water at the same speed of movement as air is 800 times more, also, unlike wind, the flow of water is stable, around the clock, and all year round. According to my calculations, the Gulf Stream alone carries energy billions of times more than is required for all of humanity. But the question is how to use it? It’s simple.

The water flow turns the turbine, and the turbine rotates the generator, and immediately from the same water mass we extract hydrogen on the spot, pump it into cylinders and ship it to the continent. By the way, the calorific value of hydrogen is 2.8 times higher than that of aviation gasoline. Some scientists scared us that hydrogen is very fluid and it is almost impossible to keep it in cylinders. Is it impossible to solve such a trifling problem with modern materials? They also warn that the hydrogen flame is invisible. Fifth-graders were given the assignment to solve this problem, and they solved it in a few seconds. They proposed to stretch a wire of refractory metal over the burner flame, and when there is no flame, the wire is black, and when there is a flame, the wire is red. You can ask fifth-grade students to solve the problem with the fluidity of hydrogen. Perhaps they will solve it too because fifth-graders are much more intelligent than some experienced scientists.

Pessimists might argue that the oceans have violent storms. Small and even medium-sized platforms are not suitable here. They need platforms of such dimensions that they will not be afraid of any storms. How can such platforms be anchored at great depths? We attach the halyards to the two corners of the platform 3-4 times longer than the depth in this place. At the ends of the halyards, we lower the load to the bottom. Now, in several places of the halyards, we attach leashes with containers filled with air, which will pull the halyards up, making the halyards in arcs, and the halyards will come horizontally to the platforms.

You can lower ordinary turbines into the water on the path of the current, or you can make 6-8 planes on the axis in the form of a book, which can both fold into an edge and open up to form a plane. Now only an open book is constantly in the water, and rotating on an axis, coming out of the water into the air, folds into an edge, and when entering the water with an edge, the stream opens, and. e. The course of the book both opens and closes itself. This idea was suggested to me by the same fifth-graders.

The exhaust gases of hydrogen-powered vehicles are cleaner than the ambient air. For some needs, you can extract from water and oxygen, and also send cylinders to the continent. And no environmental pollution will be done in this way.

## Perpetual motion machine

We watch with complete peace of mind an enormous amount of work being done as a heavy train rushes at high speed with the engines turned off. We say: “Inertia works.” The golden rule of mechanics that the efficiency cannot be more than one is wrong. What is the efficiency when the train is moving by inertia? After all, any number divided by zero is equal to infinity. And it’s easy to check: 10: 0.1 = 100, 10: 0.01 = 1000, 10: 0.001 = 10000, etc.

If the divisor tends to zero, then the quotient, that is, the result tends to infinity. It must be admitted that the efficiency can be as large as you like, up to infinity. It is high time to apply inertia to energy production.

Why does the boxer compressor work so economically? Because heavy pistons work by inertia. For some reason, we are all afraid of the phrase “perpetual motion machine”, but after all, inertia is a perpetual motion machine, and if it had not been interfered with, had not been slowed down, then inertia would have been doing work forever.

I will give an example of obtaining energy from water using the force of inertia.

## How does it work?

According to Archimedes’ Principle, a container with air will have a lifting force equal to the weight of the displaced liquid. Suppose that the volume of each container is 12m³, and they are placed on a loop, one container for each meter. Into each container at a depth of 140 meters, we run 10m³ of atmospheric air, which will be compressed to 10: 14 = 0.7m³.

When surfacing, the air in the tank will expand, and the air volume on the surface will be 10m³. On each side of the loop that goes up, at each moment a force equal to the weight of the displaced liquid will act, i.e. (10 + 0.7): 2 = 5.35×140 = 749 tons. If the rotation speed of the loop is 0.5 m/s, the work will be equal to 374,500 kgm/s, or if 1 kgm/s. = 9.81 watts/sec., Then 374,500 x 9.81 = 3,673,845 watts/sec. in one second, or 3 673.8 kW/s x 3600 = 13 225 680 kW / hours in one hour.

The 14.5-ton opposed compressor uses 0.054 kW/hour to pump 1m³ of atmospheric air. Air is pumped into the tank every 2 seconds or 5m³ per 1 second. In one hour, the air consumption will be 5 x 3600 = 18,000m³. The energy consumption will be 18,000 x 0.054 = 972 kW / hour for 1 hour.

13 225 680 – 972 = 13,224,708 kW / h for one hour of net profit, or 13,224,708 : 972 = approximately 13,000 times.

Power plant capacity is usually calculated in kW / hours per year. 13,224,708 x 8,760 hours per year = 115,848,000,000 kW / hours. for a year. Even if in practice we get only a third of the calculated amount, it will be about 40 billion kWh. Previously, the Bratsk HPP produced 22 billion kWh per year.

**Author:** inventor Viktor Ivanovich Grishin

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