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On Sun, Jul 23, 2017 at 5:27 PM, Axil Axil <janap...@gmail.com> wrote:

> I am beginning to understand that the Papp engine was a cavitation based
> device.
> In the 1960's Papp used water for his fuel. Papp must have produced water
> crystals in the compression part of the cylinder cycle where the volume of
> the cylinder was decreasing. During this increasing pressure environment
> inside the cylinder, cavitation bubbles must have formed thereby producing
> ultra dense water crystals.
> For example, some larger diesel engines suffer from cavitation due to
> high compression and undersized cylinder walls. Vibrations of the
> cylinder wall induce alternating low and high pressure in the coolant against
> the cylinder wall. The result is pitting of the cylinder wall, which will
> eventually let cooling fluid leak into the cylinder and combustion gases
> to leak into the coolant.
> To stop the cavitation based erosion of the cylinder walls and the
> subsequent loss of compression over time, Papp went to noble gases which
> produce ultra dense noble gas crystals during the compression stage of the
> cylinder cycle but the formation of ultra dense noble gas crystals did not
> damage the cylinder walls.
> When Papp fired a spark, the ultra dense noble gas crystals exploded as
> happens in the Holmlid experiment when the ultra dense hydrogen cycltals
> produce atomic particle fragments that move outward at 3/4 the speed of
> light. Currently, Holmlid does not capture that huge amount of energy
> inherent to his expanding plasma.
> To utilize the energy in the expanding plasma, Holmlid might capture that
> nuclear powered expanding plasma as Papp once did in an engine design using
> ultra dense hydrogen as fuel.

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