Typically, ramblings like that below are some of my most brilliant of ideas. What they usually are is my attempt to simply get them down in whatever medium I have available. That said, I don’t like to remove them either.
below was an attempt to state something a little closer to this. (I hope)
When I think of batteries. I think of 1.5 v of various sizes that Duracell made for all of my toys, hobbies, devices. Because of the same voltage, I learned of current with these dry medium, electricity storing devices.
I also knew of the one in our car. This one, and the one in the motorcycles had lead plates, and battery acid, (but people always added water???) Anyway. We also called it Electrolyte which kind of spelled it out. Had to learn current again. 🙂
When I think of cars, I think of helicopters.
R/C Helicopters! lol
I play with UAV’s. And unfortunately, one of the only reasons we don’t all have a very safe helicopter in our driveways, is because of the fact that battery technology does not scale upwards. Why not?
There has never been a combination of metals, or hydried’s or whatever, that works quite right.
My thinking was this. Picture better “waveforms” that store in better substances.
I’m thinking that the energy conversion part would be better off done using electrical engineering rather than brute force chemistry however I also believe this problem may also only be industry or application related.
What I’m saying is this. There are going to be various possible ways that manipulation of these fields are done. As we are currently left to theorize on some of these at this time, we can only do just that. Since we know that some of our science was good, 🙂 we also know that some of it still is.
If energy is separated in as many different ways as it is. And each of these have certain specific useable properties, it makes sence that there are commonalities with some more combinations that we already imagine. Stability or manipulation of current frequencies might be one such a way. If a waveforms equal to it’s field size, and matter etc. Then that would indicate that in some cases these might be separated, isolated, manipulated, etc thus allowing for very specific uses of energy and matter.
If one type stores and releases better when in this range of wave frequency’s then that could mean use Iron in Oxygen with a touch of Sulfuric acid and dry till crispy or something! lol
Either way, the switch would be using the chemistry to force the change this way, this might be a wholly wrong approach though. It shouldn’t take long to knock out most of the thinking that aren’t going to work. Whatever the course, I can definitely see storage of energy working way better if electrically “loaded” so to speak. I’m sure that there is some Waveform (particle) that is going to be very good at loading and holding and releasing large sums of energy, It’s going to probably be of some conductive material, that will say “fill up” those little fields. IDK
Could something like this be the switch?
Think about it.
If we are using fields, then we think copper.
f we are thinking Copper, we are thinking Lead, and Acids.
Lead, Acids, Copper, and Electromagnetism equals the ability to very simply change field conditions and environments.
Storage and therefore use, currents etc stability, would come from using common storage mediums, to whatever “field” or Energy structure, Stable waveform at a specific frequency to mass, that is stored in say, a medium of another where it’s conductivity, to , etc … get it? To convert these, I could easily see how an acid, and or oxidation type reaction could serve as the mechanism for a common electrical current need.
Metal-air batteries get their energy via interaction between oxygen and metals. In this new battery system, the aluminum serves as the anode and the oxygen in the air as a cathode. The system is made up of aluminum plates that give up their energy and must eventually be replaced (via recycling, the company says). Water is used as an electrolyte, and thus it too must be replenished on a regular basis. The company claims that each plate holds enough energy to carry an EV for approximately 20 miles and that their system currently holds 50 of the plates at one time, which together add up to a charge capacity of 1000 miles (the system needs a water fill-up every 200 miles). Once the plates are depleted they must be replaced.
The idea of using metal-air batteries isn’t new, researchers have been studying the possibilities for several years and some have even suggested aluminum-air batteries are the wave of the future. What’s been holding them up is the problem of carbon dioxide in the air causing corrosion damage—that’s what’s new with this system. Phinergy claims they have found a way to prevent the gas from entering the system and in so doing have created a battery that can last as long as the car it powers. The entire approach is novel in the respect that a metal is used almost as a fuel source, rather than as a battery component. When it runs out, more fresh metal is needed, and it being metal, it’s rather heavy—one pack of 50 plates weighs roughly 55 pounds. For that reason, Phinergy is promoting the aluminum-air battery as a trip extender, rather than as a means of powering commuter trips. It could be used either in vehicles that typically make long journeys, or as an added feature for traditional EVs (which typically have a 100 mile range at best). They add that they believe cars using their aluminum-air batteries will be sold commercially as early as 2017.Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2013-03-phinergy-aluminum-air-battery-capable-fueling.html#jCp