It must be an energy gain per 1 atom because 32,040x1019J of energy is equal to burning more than 1013 liters of gasoline
Good point yes this makes more sense.
So we have 6.022 x 1023
atoms per mole of iron or 55.846g of iron.
So for every mole using his 32,040x10-19
= 1.93 Giga watts of energy, we know it releases this amount of energy by running for 2400 hours.
therefore we have energy per hour of 803 KWh, or an output of 223 Watts per mole of fuel used.
So we know it's a 50 KWatt device, so the rod is 223.8 moles of iron or 12KG of iron.
Distribution best ratio about 1 : 9th The first minor portion of the stream is then led to the controller and connected to the supply circuit
if the device really is a 50KW device as stated in the patent then the device is using 5.5 KWatts to run
It cannot mean 50KWh device because it would only be producing 13.8watts
With the above parameters of the operation as the exhaustion of the isotope Fe 56 takes about 2,400 hours . This procedure yields about 32,040x10-19J energy, demonstrating a significantly higher efficiency than with the existing devices to generate electricity .
Just in case he meant to not use -, if we use 32040x1019
as the total energy over 2400 hours of run time then we get
watts power output, this is way too high so is definitely wrong.
Also it is common in the UK for the old boys to use a comma to indicate thousands and millions.
Heating the iron fuel rod above 1050ºC seems to be an easy way to minimize the permeability and conductivity of the iron, which effectively gets rid of the evil skin effect.
I would think it would be impossible to operate and build a device to run the iron that high, he uses Teflon so his operating temperature must be below 326 Deg C.
It would surely be better to use thin iron wire bundled up a bit like Litz wire to increase the amount of iron penetration.
In the translation, the use of the word "stream" vs. "current" should be corrected. When I was reading it, I was often wondering whether the word "stream" referred to magnetic flux or electric current?
I spotted a number of other errors as well, yes indeed a few alterations need making to the document.
Personally i think we need to understand the earlier patent with the maths in to make sense of this Czech patent, i think a lot will become clear.
I'm still trying to get an idea of scaling.