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Whatever happened to Nitinol?
Posted on Sunday, August 21, 2016 @ 21:24:07 GMT by vlad

Kadamose writes: Why do we not hear anything about this 'miracle' metal?   Why is it not being used for energy generation?    Take a look at the following video from the 1970s:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oKmYqUSDch8

This video proves that not only does this amazing metal exist, but even then, when it was first discovered, it was being applied for energy generation!  WHY is it not being used now and why do we not see it everywhere?

I see no excuse for us not to be using this.   I can see the excuses coming, such as 'there is not enough torque from this metal to allow energy generation - the rpms are too low.'   Ridiculous excuses of that nature are obviously incoming, but they won't be believable because all you have to do to add more torque and rpms is add more nitinol.   This can be scaled up indefinitely.



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Re: Whatever happened to Nitinol? (Score: 1)
by vlad on Saturday, December 31, 2016 @ 12:49:45 GMT
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Via KeelyNet.com [www.keelynet.com]: Original CNN report by Science Editor Kevin Sanders.on 5- megawatt Nitinol Engine designed by .Mcdonnell Douglas. "Nitinol power plants for the conversion of low-grade thermal energy may have significant economic advantage over conventionally-fueled power plants. A plant of five Nitinol modules could produce 5 megawatts of power.""

Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8-dCIkJAjyM



Re: Whatever happened to Nitinol? (Score: 1)
by vlad on Wednesday, March 13, 2019 @ 15:33:27 GMT
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The prototype heating/cooling system uses the remarkable properties of shape-memory nitinol metals for environmentally friendly cooling and heating

Saarbrücken research team uses artificial muscles to develop an air conditioner for the future

Hannover Messe

It can be used to cool or heat the air in a room or to cool or heat liquids. And it looks like something that Q – the tech specialist and gadgeteer in the James Bond films – might have come up with. The prototype device, which has been developed by a research team led by Professors Stefan Seelecke and Andreas Schütze at Saarland University, is able to transfer heat using ‘muscles’ made from nickel-titanium. Nickel-titanium or nitinol, as it is often known, is a shape-memory material that releases heat to its surroundings when it is mechanically loaded in its superelastic state and absorbs heat from its surroundings when it is unloaded. This unusual property is the reason why nitinol is also referred to as a ‘smart alloy’ or as ‘muscle wire’. This effect has been exploited by the Saarbrücken researchers who have developed an environmentally friendly heating and cooling system that is two to three times more efficient than conventional heating and cooling devices.

The EU Commission and the US Department of Energy have both assessed the new process and consider it to be the most promising alternative technology to existing vapour-compression refrigeration systems.

The team of Saarbrücken engineers will be exhibiting their technology at this year’s Hannover Messe from the 1st to the 5th of April at the Saarland Research and Innovation Stand (Hall 2, Stand B46)...

Full article: https://www.uni-saarland.de/nc/universitaet/aktuell/artikel/nr/20578.html



 

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