Jeremiah and I were interviewed by Greg Carlwood of The Higherside Chats a few weeks ago and we discussed some updates from the conference and went into depth into the Tesla Turbine project. The Higherside Chats is a very popular podcast where Greg has interviewed countless authors, presenters and so no who are involved in all kinds of taboo and other topics. You can listen to our interview for free and I’d encourage everyone to subscribe to his podcast and get a membership with The Higherside Chats.
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Here is the third presentation by Jeremiah on Tesla’s favorite invention – the Tesla Turbine.
Last year, the hot tank was on the back of a trailer and it took a lot of space to setup everything up and it worked so-so.
This year, it out performed last year’s demonstration and it fit on a table top! Also, the vacuum box the turbine was inside of is gone and there was a much lower thermal differential. Last year’s cold tank was in an ice bath and this year, it was 85 degrees F!!
This is by far the most efficient Tesla Turbine demonstration for producing electricity based on a low thermal differential that anyone is showing – to our knowledge.
This is a must have presentation because the Tesla Turbine is one of the “low hanging fruits” when it comes to a technology that is the closest to fulfilling a sustainable energy generator that can power your home or business. With relatively low temperatures, you can have a turbine spinning 10’s of thousands of RPM turning a generator that supplies electricity. There are many variations and applications of the Tesla Turbine technology and the particular one that Jeremiah Ferwerda is focusing on is the “cyrophorus” method.
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That means there is a hot and cold side to the turbine – the warm water tank boils water at a low temperature because a vacuum is applied to it, that steam drives the drive stage of the turbine and the other side is a vacuum side that pulls a vacuum through the drive stage all the way to the water to keep it boiling at a low temperature.
Solar electricity is about 20% efficient if you’re lucky but what most people don’t understand is that using the sun to heat water is much more efficient. So, with not much effort to heat some water with the sun, you’ll have a solar battery that runs a turbine at high speed making electricity – literally, the concept is as simple as that and for this particular application of the Tesla Turbine, Jeremiah is further ahead that anyone else developing more and more efficient methods with the cyrophorus method. Imagine a solar electric system that winds up being 40, 60, 80 or even close to 100% efficient!
In 2020, Jeremiah presented other aspects of the Tesla Turbine system but that presentation was never released because we were not able to include a demonstration. We’re also releasing this presentation at the same time so you can get either the 2020 1.5 hour presentation or the 2021 1 hour presentation with demo or both at a further discount.
Here’s a self-sustaining 2-stage Tesla Turbine setup – watch the video…
Cryophorus 2-Stage Tesla Turbine self-runs by creating it’s own vacuum to boil water in a warm tank at low temperature. This vapor pressure runs the first stage turbine, while the second stage maintains the vacuum. This runs in this self-running mode as long as there is enough warmth in the front side tank.
There will be more disclosed at the 2020 Energy Science & Technology Conference, which has not be revealed publicly yet with possibly other relevant demonstrations!
If you want a bit more insight, it’s recommended to get this book. Tesla’s Engine – there are only a handful of used copies left. When those are gone, they’re gone!