Thank you Ross. I have memory problems after my stroke and I thought I was going mad as I could not get the numbers to add up.The correct expression (to 2 dp) is:
Al2(CH3)6 + 12O2 = Al2O3 + 6CO2 + 9H2O
[1 gram] + [1.27 grams] = [0.71 grams] + [1.83 grams] + [1.12 grams]
TMA + Oxygen = Aluminum Oxide + Carbon Dioxide + Water
If you are giving it 20 grams of oxygen, you will get 18.73 grams of surplus oxygen along with the other combustion products.
The point you are making is unclear (to me, at least).
Max's theory states that it isn't in the fuel, but somehow stored in the centre wing tank and pumped into the hot exhaust in flight. The point was in trying to calculate the efficiency of such a method, once you ignored the profound technical and logistical problems.(and given it is in fuel how much can be added before the plane stops?)
Ross, I ran the figures with an excess of oxygen which bumped up the yield of alumina just a bit.Ah! Mass budget argument again!
Yes, a very powerful one it is, too.
You can see the mind of an engineer at work there.
It's fantasy land but to you and me it's a massive china clay quarry not far awayLike this guy?
I commented on a Facebook post about getting the stuff tested and he tried to friend me. er No thanks. It may well have been a pollen release or something but a lack of dead animals suggest a lack of toxicity. Also who owns a military respirator and why? Well I know one but less said the better
Well! I saw a flash of red so it has to be super man. Apart from that I would have thought, being totally ignortant of such things, that that would be classified as a near miss. Apart from that very little other than wings level and a near easterly heading.
I've never seen this display before and am not a pilot, but here is what I gather:
Just to expand upon that, below 18,000 feet the main concern is with avoiding the ground, so you want the altimeter to be as accurate as possible. So you set it based on the data available at the nearest airport. This is particularly important when landing, so when arriving at an airport you have to set your altimeter adjustment to the local pressure.29.92 is standard atmosphere which we set at altitudes at or above 18,000 feet. It's for the aircraft altimeter.
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