Carbon Source + Electric jolt to 5000 °F = Flash Graphene + Clean Hydrogen
Clean Energy Production
Waste to Compost, Clean Energy and Flash Graphene Reactor
Combine technologies to mass produce graphene inexpensively from our garbage, recycling and compost production:
Graphene is a wonder material that is: 200 times stronger than steel, lighter than air, excellent electrical and heat conductor, etc. The flash graphene process heats tiny amounts of trash to 5000 degrees Fahrenheit (°F) for less than a second to produce the flash graphene. Plasma arc gasification systems "heat the waste to temperatures anywhere from about 1000–15,000°C (1800–27,000°F), but typically in the lower end of that range." These systems can process up to a 100 metric tons per day. Thus flash graphene could be mass produced with modifications to existing technologies. A miniaturized version can then be designed to be incorporated in the ACE house, as the household waste reactor. Wooden buildings, like most houses can be converted into flash graphene to build new, maintenance-free ACE houses. The flash process also generates significant amounts of hydrogen.
Engineers and other relevant specialists need to combine the Home Biogas System (including the Biotoilet);
with a Compost to Hydrogen System for clean energy production;
with a Compost Heat Recovery System (CHRS), like AgriLabTech's, for heat production;
with a Compost to Graphene System for very strong and versatile construction material.
Composting naturally produces humus, fertilizer and other plant foods.
Auxiliary Clean Energy Production
Microalgae are the main producers of clean air on Earth. They also have important uses in human nutrition, pharmaceuticals, biofertiliser, feedstock for the flash graphene process and are a clean source of hydrogen production.
Flexible and transparent graphene solar cells can transform the entire building's surfaces (including the planters) into a clean energy generator, coupled with wind turbines to generate extra clean energy for storage:
Clean Energy Storage
Organic Microbial Batteries can take advantage of the billions of microbes involved in composting and store extra electricity generated by the wind and solar power generation systems. Graphene batteries are also wonderous. The composting process can be tweaked to produce ammonia and methanol, to be used as Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carriers (LOHC) to load and unload hydrogen: to transport it safely and easily.
Hydrogen Fuel Cells can also store extra hydrogen produced.
Physicists Harness the Atomic Motion of Graphene to Generate Clean, Limitless Power
"Researchers build circuit that harnessed the atomic motion of graphene to generate an electrical current that could lead to a chip to replace batteries."
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