|Pressure and temperatures produced
when a cavitation bubble collapses.
Pressures – 108PA = 1,000,000,000 PA
1Billion PA = 145,038 PSI
109PA = 10,000,000,000 PA
10Billion PA = 145,038,000,000 PSI
Temperatures – 103K = 10,000 K
10,0000 K = 17,540.30 F
104K = 100,000 K
100,0000 K = 179,540 F
The Waterjet “bullet,” created in the prototype, is modeled after
the waterjet produced when the Pistol Shrimp “fires” his special
claw. Each firing of a waterjet at the correct speed and spin rate
creates a cavitation vacuum bubble in its wake.
When the vacuum bubble collapses repeat at the optimal frequency,
the pressures and temperatures noted above are manifested upon each
bubble collapse to cause a cumulative heating effect of the
surrounding water, which when heated sufficiently create a steam
head to form which can be used to power a steam-electric alternator
set to make virtually free energy for use with devices requiring
electrical power input.
See a video of the collapsing vacuum bubble at:
Pistol Shrimp Vaporizes Water with a Punch [HD]