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caest iron heat stoerage24-06-2021 19:19
goran d
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Isn't it better to use caest iron heat storage than molten selt?
It won't need pipes and pumps and its 1/3 aenergy density of lithium ion.
And its cheaper.
Just concentrate solar light atop a toewer as in existing projects, but include an insuelated cast iron core inside.
24-06-2021 20:12
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goran d wrote:
Isn't it better to use caest iron heat storage than molten selt?
It won't need pipes and pumps and its 1/3 aenergy density of lithium ion.
And its cheaper.
Just concentrate solar light atop a toewer as in existing projects, but include an insuelated cast iron core inside.


It is not possible to store or trap heat.

Why do you want to heat up a chunk of iron?


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25-06-2021 04:18
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Isn't it better to use caest iron heat storage than molten selt?
It won't need pipes and pumps and its 1/3 aenergy density of lithium ion.
And its cheaper.
Just concentrate solar light atop a toewer as in existing projects, but include an insuelated cast iron core inside.

Now I know what Gibber Gabble is.Thank you
03-08-2021 20:24
Billius
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The author suggests a really useful idea, as I think. Caest iron heat storage should be much better
04-08-2021 02:49
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duncan61 wrote:
Isn't it better to use caest iron heat storage than molten selt?
It won't need pipes and pumps and its 1/3 aenergy density of lithium ion.
And its cheaper.
Just concentrate solar light atop a toewer as in existing projects, but include an insuelated cast iron core inside.

Now I know what Gibber Gabble is.Thank you


It is not possible to store or trap heat.


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04-08-2021 03:48
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duncan61 wrote:
Isn't it better to use caest iron heat storage than molten selt?
It won't need pipes and pumps and its 1/3 aenergy density of lithium ion.
And its cheaper.
Just concentrate solar light atop a toewer as in existing projects, but include an insuelated cast iron core inside.

Now I know what Gibber Gabble is.Thank you


Duncan, just for my own edification, are the double vowels an error thing or an Aussie thing?




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04-08-2021 04:31
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duncan61 wrote:
Isn't it better to use caest iron heat storage than molten selt?
It won't need pipes and pumps and its 1/3 aenergy density of lithium ion.
And its cheaper.
Just concentrate solar light atop a toewer as in existing projects, but include an insuelated cast iron core inside.

Now I know what Gibber Gabble is.Thank you



Apparently someone isn't a native English speaker. In Great Britain, concrete/cement is used to meet Code 6. It's a building code. Don't know it?
It actually matters more when selling one's own home. The building code helps to establish market value.

OMG, I forgot the smiley face.

Edited on 04-08-2021 04:59
04-08-2021 05:30
James___
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With Code 6, concrete/cement absorbs heat. It radiates it at night. Code 6 is being environmentally friendly. This is just basic stuff you guys should know.
With England, most residential dwellings are Code 3 or 4. Code 6 is being very environmental friendly. How do you guys not know this?
This is disgusting if you guys don't know this. It's just sad.
Edited on 04-08-2021 05:33
04-08-2021 06:52
James___
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If you guys are wondering, to heat a Code 6 home also requires creating fewer carbon emissions. Maintaining such a designation can influence resell value. Code 5 homes emit more CO2 and will have a lower resell value in that market.
An FYI, Code 3 might be your typical residential apartment. Code 4 is a more upscale venue.
Am glad I live in Lexington, Kentucky, USA. I don't need to know this stuff. Kentucky LOVES coal. We are Code 2.


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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-NFGSENkQHc

His name is Daryl Sue. She thought he was a girl and originally went with Darla Sue. And there is a boy named Sue, right? And again will stress there are no pets on a farm. Daryl Sue will be released into the wild but not her cats. Oops.
Edited on 04-08-2021 06:57




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