Rich, as E-Cat is not closed system but there is (small) opening into
ambient pressure and water temperature is above ambient boiling point,
therefore water inside E-Cat is always boiling. That is because pressure
inside E-Cat is generated by steam production. If there is no boiling, then
there will not be excess pressure at least not more than is required to push
water out.

On Sep 16, 2011 6:27 AM, "Rich Murray" <> wrote:
> Horace, thanks for
> It's useful to know that water has one of the lowest values -- so if
> some of the water flow is stopped in some parts of the Fat Ecat, for
> instance by being in some side chamber, bypassed by the main flow,
> then it would be slow to come to an equilibrium heat flow, so, for
> instance, doubling of the heat input from the electric heater resistor
> would send a clear-cut heat pulse slowly across the thickness of the
> immobile water, if it doesn't reach boiling temperature, which would
> increase turbulent convective heat transfer -- such a heat pulse could
> reach the thermister a certain time after the electric power cutoff --
> the main point being: we can't assume much about this stunningly
> complex system when we have no details about the design or
> synchronized measures at many locations at once for hours of stable
> operation.
> You present calm, clear, extremely reasonable points to justify
> qualified skepticism -- I suspect Jed is likely to agree within a few
> days.
> within mutual service, Rich

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