Dan Easton - GEET Gotchas & Tips
- Live Q&A, Sunday 26 Feb 2023 @ 21:00 CET -
Experienced GEET engineer Dan Easton took part in a live zoom call to help get people up and running building GEET modified engines. He agreed to share information that has not been publicly available in the past, in order to kickstart the community and avoid people suffering the common problems often encountered when first coming to this technology.
For those that had already had a go, it was an opportunity to share their experiences so far and was a perfect forum to have their questions addressed.
Ideas for the MFMP verification of the technology were also be discussed.
The first recording has comments on YT, however there is no full frame for speakers and there is a little noise on the audio.
Here is the Zoom meeting recording bit streamed to YouTube
This version has no YT comments, but the speakers are full frame and the audio is better.
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Henk’s new polished GEET reactor rod, all nice and shiny following the tips from Dan Easton in the Live Q&A
The bubbler is not simple. The mixture changes over time so I have to add petrol to keep the engine running. (to start the GEET process what was not started yet) I wonder how to create emulsions of heavier fuels. The aim is creating long running systems. I start to realize that a new type of carburetor is needed to control the fuel/mixture input.
My 2 cents:
With the GEET many advantages could be achieved, and I suggest some caution and planning is exercised. It will be fabulous to use oil spills, as fuels, gaining both inexpensive energy and removing the refuse, but I think is is wise to partition the tasks ahead.
First, the issue of getting the GEET to run like the proverbial clock. In getting it to run well, start when you want it to, regulate the power output, etc, I suggest that ordinary fuels of one kind are used (plus water), such as regular petrol, diesel or kerosene. If it can be made to run well from from one set of fuel, and produces more energy than is added, then we have an over unity device. If it is considerably more efficient than the normal ICE (power output over 35% of energy in fuel used perhaps), then this is also a very significant also.
Then, turn to the issue of the fuel burned. From sampling the gases that are produced at various points in the GEET, we will probably find out what the machine thrives on, and can get pointer to how the fuel should be composed. Many techniques for making the fuel ‘digestible’ have already surfaced, first of the all the Bubbler - ingenious device, but probably needs adaptation depending on the diet. Other suggestions are detergents. We should probably add pumps, high pressure, water mist, ultrasound and heating of the fuel to the fuel preparations.
But above all, don’t try to do all at once, because that testing space is way way too large.