High effective heterogeneous plasma vortex
reactor for production of heat energy and

Take note: "It is important to note that high value of COP=2÷10 was
obtained in this PVR namely. The value COP = 0.5÷0.7< 1 was obtained in a
straight gas flow (non-swirl flow). So, swirl flow plays an important role
in obtaining high COP in PVR."

In the A.L. Shishkin paper

Rotation of various metal disks produces strange radiation.

the bottom line:
The Rotation serves to generate particle chirality.

The motion of rigid twisted ribbon-like particles in shear flow is studied
by computer simulation. It is shown that the twisted ribbon migrates in the
vorticity direction in strong shear flow with the sign determined by the
chirality:the right-handed particles and their mirror-imaged particles move
in opposite directions. This enables the separation of chiral particles
from the racemic mixture. The average migration velocity in the
vorticity direction
is studied as a function of the shear rate, the length, and the pitch of
the particle.

On Tue, Mar 27, 2018 at 11:36 AM, <> wrote:

> The cited Wikiitem   avoids the consideration of angular momentum/spin.
> Axil seems to say spin is *not *conserved in the process .  And the
> change of angular momentum per reaction is not spelled out.
> Does the process suggested by Axil entail integral changes in the angular
> momentum quanta?
> Bob Cook
> ------------------------------
> *From:* Axil Axil <>
> *Sent:* Saturday, March 24, 2018 4:25:29 PM
> *To:* vortex-l
> *Subject:* [Vo]:transmutation of quarks
> I have identified the mechanism in the standard modal that is responsible
> for the transmutation of quarks generated by the weak force. This
> interaction supports the exchange of chirality between particles. For
> example as chiral photon can change the flavor of a quark. This change can
> produce the decay of the nucleon.
> <>
> Flavor-changing neutral current
> particle physics has searched for Flavor-changing neutral current.(1)
> The weak force can change energy and spin between particles under the
> mediation of the Z particle or via the exchange of a virtual photon. This
> particle interdiction has no effect on the charge of the particle.
> This newly added electroweak reaction is called the neutral current.
> 1 - Anderson, S.; et al. (CLEO Collaboration) (2001). "Improved Upper
> Limits on the Flavor-Changing Neutral Current Decays B→Kℓ+ℓ− and
> B→K*(892)ℓ+ℓ−". Physical Review Letters. 87 (18): 181803.
> arXiv:hep-ex/0106060 Freely accessible. Bibcode:2001PhRvL..87r1803A.
> doi:10.1103/PhysRevLett.87.181803.

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