Brilliant Light Power Set to Release the SunCell in 2018
Brilliant Light Power’s SunCell
The SunCell was invented and engineered to harness the clean energy source from the reaction of the hydrogen atoms of water molecules to form a non-polluting product, lower-energy state hydrogen called “Hydrino”. That is the dark matter of the universe wherein the energy release of H2O to Hydrino and oxygen is 100 times that of an equivalent amount of high-octane gasoline at an unprecedented high power density.
The compact power is manifest as thousands of Sun equivalents that can be directly converted to electrical output using commercial concentrator photovoltaic cells. Applications and markets for the SunCell extend across the global power spectrum, including thermal, stationary electrical power, motive, motive to stationary, and defense.
SunCell power is independent from existing infrastructure, grid and fuels in the case of electricity, and fuels in the case of motive power. Also it is a further game changer for all forms of transportation, automobile, freight trucks, rail, marine, aviation, and aerospace.
The SunCell uses cheap, abundant, nontoxic, commodity chemicals, with no apparent long-term supply issues that might preclude commercial, high volume manufacturing.
The absence of fuel cost for a fully distributed and mobile-capable power source, together with low capital costs that may be amortize over a projected lifetime of at least twenty years enables the generation and delivery of electricity for essentially all applications at a fraction of the cost of conventional power source, all of which have the further liability of pollution.
SunCell generator system design, operation, and hardware
The SunCell comprises six fundamental low-maintenance commercially available systems, some having no moving parts and capable of operating for a decade or more:
1. A start-up inductively coupled heater to first melt silver.
2. A gas injector to inject hydrogen derived from water and an injection system comprising an electromagnetic pump to inject molten silver and a very stable solid source of oxygen that reacts with the hydrogen to form the hydrogen to hydrino catalyst.
3. An ignition system to produce a low-voltage, high current flow across a pair of electrodes into which the molten metal and fuel are injected to form a brilliant light-emitting plasma.
4. A blackbody radiator heated to incandescent temperature by the plasma.
5. A light to electricity converter comprising so-called concentrator photovoltaic cells that receive light from the blackbody radiator and operate at light intensity of over one thousand Suns.
6. A fuel recovery and a thermal management system that causes the molten metal to return to the injection system following ignition.
September 19, 2017