logging in or signing up Manufacturing Specifications lenrcoldfusion Download Post to : URL : Related Presentations : Share Add to Flag Embed Email Send to Blogs and Networks Add to Channel Uploaded from authorPOINT lite Insert YouTube videos in PowerPont slides with aS Desktop Copy embed code: Embed: Flash iPad Copy Does not support media & animations WordPress Embed Customize Embed URL: Copy Thumbnail: Copy The presentation is successfully added In Your Favorites. Views: 691 Category: Science & Tech.. License: All Rights Reserved Like it (0) Dislike it (0) Added: December 30, 2012 This Presentation is Public Favorites: 0 Presentation Description Dale Basgall clearly lays out the specifications for building the Universal LENR reactor. This is the basic reactor without all of the electronics control systems. Comments Posting comment... Premium member Presentation Transcript Manufacturing Specifications: Manufacturing Specifications UNIVERSAL REACTOR LENR Author Dale G. Basgall December 30, 2012PowerPoint Presentation: UNIVERSAL REACTOR LENR Shown in this schematical drawing is the Base Assembly length and width. These are the specifications of the parts in production at present. This assembly includes copper sealing washers in place and compressed to their calculated squish. Major parts shown are the Glow Plug installed into it’s Holder, the Holder installed into the Base Plate. The Top Holder is threadably affixed into the Base Plate and the Champion Spark Plug is installed into the Top Holder. The numbering is in inches and indicates exact specified dimensions of each piece manufactured and used for the assembly of the Universal Reactor. These drawings are for the interested persons that will want to build a LENR reactor after the technology is furthered into a workable science. The drawings are scaled for use as templates or patterns. UNIVERSAL REACTOR CORE 12/30/2012 2PowerPoint Presentation: Components are scaled 1 to 1 and the printout in origin had exact dimensional measurements to the part exhibited. Starting at the lower left, the Glow Plug into the Bottom Holder a. and the b. end into the Base Plate. Top Holder threads into the Base Plate at b. end and the Spark Plug then installs into the Top Holder at a. The seals are copper with a military spec#. Not shown in this component view is the Cylinder Liner that slides into the Top Holder bore. This liner installs into the top (a.) end of the Top Holder and is detailed in a later slide. For clarity the following slides are in the order from the Glow Plug to the Spark Plug to complete the Base Assembly. CORE BASE COMPONENT PARTS 12/30/2012 3PowerPoint Presentation: Glow Plug Champion 161/CH61 Purchased from NAPA for approximately 20 USD. Operates on DC current, will also operate from AC, use variac if desired to use AC. Designed for 7VDC but voltage can vary current flow. Heating cycles can be very quick and applicable when using high DC voltage. GLOW PLUG 12/30/2012 4PowerPoint Presentation: Bottom Holder The importance in drawing these schematics is two fold. One is that it relays to someone else dimensions, but more important many variables can be calculated in when things are given elements of heat, compression, and so on. Also making a product requires practicality in production. The more exact you design a product, the more cost to manufacture it. For example if you want to make this one for yourself or have a local machinist make it, no problem. If the dimensions are not toleranced practically, the maker always does “the best they can”. NASA can work within a ten thousandth which is .0001”, it is very unlikely that a common machine shop could work in that tolerance range. Not due to the machinist but the calibration of expensive machinery on a regular basis. Even medical manufacturers work in higher tolerances like .003” and this product is plus or minus .005”. A human hair is .003”. BOTTOM HOLDER 12/30/2012 5PowerPoint Presentation: Base Plate When machining this part, all face holes are relative a center mark, or “center”, each hole has a center and the metal block also has a center mark. All centerline dimensions are used for simplicity in manufacturing. Templates are available to re produce the base plate for the Universal Reactor but one could also just print this page out and make sure the printed page measures these dimensions. All dashed lines are bores under the surface. BASE PLATE 12/30/2012 6PowerPoint Presentation: CYLINDER LINER Cylinder Liner Within the inner bore of the cylinder liner there are two dimensions, an upper 0.4818” and a lower 0.3281”. Within the top chamber (burn chamber) a ring assembly with eight strands of .003” 4 wire NITINOL (nickel / titanium) are retained by the pressure exerted downward onto a nickel ring and rod assembly. The wires are held taught and a total length of wire in the fuel ring assembly is 72 linear inches of .003” diameter NITINOL, this chamber length only. The Universal Reactor is scalable as well as attachable to one another in a cascade fashion. If experimenting with LENR any metal or glass product can be substituted using the same geometry as disclosed. 12/30/2012 7PowerPoint Presentation: SPARK PLUG & SEAL Spark Plug Champion RHM38E was selected due to several issues. One is the need to seal the high voltage from leaking to common ground isolated to all in a buss fashion. This plug is sealed and for aircraft usage so it is closely checked for tolerances, it is made in USA and most likely cannot match quality for the price. This one cost $26.00 from skygeek.com 12/30/2012 8PowerPoint Presentation: TOP HOLDER Top Holder Both of the Holders (top & bottom) are made from 1.250” x 1.250” square bar Stainless Steel (annealed) they also share common threads and machine dimensions. Important for me to communicate that each dimension on each holder may differ slightly due to the four decimals out. Machine shop tolerances are .005” from the exact measured dimensions after the holes were drilled. Example is at what temperature the metal was cut at and at what temperature the drill is exposed to. There are many variables so in reality I cannot measure deck heights in .001” accurately so the machinist will do what he can to make sure tolerances are held. If the parts fit together and the Core Body holds 10k psi of hydrogen gas pressure while possibly withstanding combustion of oxygen and hydrogen in a confined chamber without blowing apart, we will run it till it breaks. 12/30/2012 9PowerPoint Presentation: Tank (copper pipe) These dimensions are preferred for example of what was purchased at the local pipe supplier. What we actually have in hand at the machinist is a pipe close to these dimensions by .0325” but the important issue remains that pipe has a specific ID and let’s use the 2.5” diameter center line mark for the milled grove in the base plate face. Machinists work from centerlines with a dimension so it would be beneficial to purchase the copper pipe or sleeve for your exact measurements. That way the grove in the face of the base plate can be machined more accurately. Our collar is 3.116” long and has an ID of 2.5” and cost 45 USD locally. The end faces seat into two o-rings so the ends will need facing. The length of the tank changes in relation to the length of the holder (top or bottom). TANK 12/30/2012 10PowerPoint Presentation: TOP SEAL PLATE Top Seal Plate This plate is placed on top of the tank and it houses three rubber O-rings, one is for sealing the tank top end surface from leaking liquid within the tank and surrounding the core (top holder). It is very important for these seals to “not” leak even one drop of liquid for calculation reasons as well as becoming a leaking problem. This seal location is noted by 2.5125. The hole @1.0000 note H for the drill bit used for clearance is an exit hole for heated coolant, there is an O-ring surface on the opposing face which becomes the top surface of the top seal plate after assembly. The corners at each opposing end of the plate need to be removed so the plate can be rotated to change the water port location as well as safety reasons when sharp edges are left onto metal. The top seal is installed into grove 1.2170. 12/30/2012 11PowerPoint Presentation: HEAD STUD Head Stud The head studs are threaded into the base plate eight hole polar array. These ends protruding into the base plate use adjuster nuts to regulate the total overall length of each head stud. Another adjusting nut is placed on the opposing threaded end as to firmly position the total length between the base plate top surface and the bottom surface of the top seal plate. This process seals the tank ends to the plates (top & bottom). After the head studs are placed into position and the tank faced surface ends are in the plates O-ring groves then a tightening sequence is followed using the torque turn method. These head studs can vary in length and diameter in the event scaling is preferred. 12/30/2012 12PowerPoint Presentation: SEAL PLATE Seal Plate This plate has two functions, one is to seal liquid coolant from flowing out from between the top surface of the coolant outlet hole in the top surface of the top seal plate and the bottom surface of the seal plate. This plate also causes pressure to seal the holder round end from leaking liquid coolant outward from the middle top of the tank head ( top seal plate & seal plate) assembly. 12/30/2012 13PowerPoint Presentation: UNIVERSAL REACTOR LENR Universal Reactor LENR These are the dimensional height and width of the assembled core, base, and coolant tank as well as spark plug and glow plug. There are three ports in the baseplate and essentially connect in the center of the baseplate and exampled by the centerline (y) axis. These are pathways for the hydrogen gas to be delivered into the burn chamber of the cylinder liner in the top holder. The reason I am disclosing this information is for the usage of others wanting to build a reactor with a few simple tools and to promote creative research and sharing as LENR develops. Also the electrical power unit could be as simple as an inexpensive ac/dc stick welder from the local welding store. Thank you for your interest in LENR . 12/30/2012 14 You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.