RE: [TeslaTurbine] has anyone bult a turbine?
- I would like to see your picture's. Where are they posted at? When you were running test's what were you using for fuel? Any test results or info you could give me would be appreciated
Glenn Kunsman <glenn@...> wrote:I have a 20 inch 20 blade stainless steel turbine sitting in my garage (wanna buy it) and has not seen any testing in years. I am a medical student now and lack money and time for further testing. I have photos posted.....The problem is not building the turbine - it is applying the technology to a viable energy producing process. Frank has put a lot of hours into that possibility and we are no further down the road then when we started.just my 2 centsGlenn Formerly Arizona now California.-----Original Message-----
From: TeslaTurbine@yahoogroups.com [mailto:TeslaTurbine@yahoogroups.com]On Behalf Of Drew Marinich
Sent: Saturday, September 24, 2005 7:41 PM
Subject: Re: [TeslaTurbine] has anyone bult a turbine?I've built one. You can see pictures in the members section under tiny turbine. I've had the same idea for a supercharger also. I think a tesla type supercharger would work great with a water injection system. I'm still trying to find more spec's on the volute casing Tesla talks about in his pump patent. But I haven't had much luck so far. Have you found out anything?Cheer'sAndy
tolbauctions <mtolb25356@...> wrote:
i dont like the idea of the spacers near the edge. the origanal plan
dose not have them. i think the plates should be able to bend toward
each other.i would like to build one for use as a super charger on a
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