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1. (WO2017155593) VARIABLE HYDRAULIC PRESS FORCE F IS DERIVED FROM NO FISSION PRODUCT HALF-LIFE RANGE FROM 91 Y TO 210 KY MAGNETIC-ENTHALPY SYMBOL H GASIFORM SPECIES DILUTE A HEATER FLUID DYNAMIC MECHANIC CLASS SYSTEM TRANSFER THE INTEGRAL SUB-PLASMA THERMAL CYCLE STATE OF MATTER DILUTE SYNTHESIS EXTRACTION HIGHER AGGREGATION ATOMS AND HYBRIDIZATION OF NATURAL GAS, ORGANIC WASTE OR BIOMASS TO SYNTHESIS GAS PIPELINE STANDARD A HEATER FLUID

Pub. No.:    WO/2017/155593    International Application No.:    PCT/US2017/000015
Publication Date: Fri Sep 15 01:59:59 CEST 2017 International Filing Date: Thu Feb 16 00:59:59 CET 2017
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Applicants: MATTHEWS, Robert Richard
Inventors: MATTHEWS, Robert Richard
Title: VARIABLE HYDRAULIC PRESS FORCE F IS DERIVED FROM NO FISSION PRODUCT HALF-LIFE RANGE FROM 91 Y TO 210 KY MAGNETIC-ENTHALPY SYMBOL H GASIFORM SPECIES DILUTE A HEATER FLUID DYNAMIC MECHANIC CLASS SYSTEM TRANSFER THE INTEGRAL SUB-PLASMA THERMAL CYCLE STATE OF MATTER DILUTE SYNTHESIS EXTRACTION HIGHER AGGREGATION ATOMS AND HYBRIDIZATION OF NATURAL GAS, ORGANIC WASTE OR BIOMASS TO SYNTHESIS GAS PIPELINE STANDARD A HEATER FLUID
Abstract:
Variable hydraulic press force F is derived from No fission product half-life range from 91 y to 210 ky magnetic- enthalpy a heater fluid dynamic mechanic class system transfer the integral sub-plasma thermal cycle state of matter dilute synthesis extraction carbon dioxide C02, nitrogen, hydrogen, methane, and phosphane pipeline standard a heater fluid conducting operational flow velocity u of a fluid is a vector field u = u x, t which gives the velocity of an element of a fluid at position x and time t, the flow speed modulate q is the length of the flow velocity vector1 q = ||u|| and is also a second scalar field at program temperature fluid periodic of the system fourier space shift distance modulation q Euclidean algorithm integers p and q that p ≥ q fluid dynamics, the continuous phase of dynamic fluid mechanics turbine-tubine powerplants.