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Quote from: Gary_C on August 29, 2014, 10:50:49 amAnd then there is the "Ka Boom" problem. Hmm. Wasn't that part of the issue with the Hindenburg?
And then there is the "Ka Boom" problem.
... the energy to separate the 2 hydrogen atoms from the one oxygen atom is equal to or less than the amount of energy produced...
It cannot be less than the amount of energy produced. You can only get back from combustion what you used to separate the atoms in the first place. First law of thermodynamics.
The first law is only true for a closed system. It does not say you cannot allow energy to escape in a process.
I would like to see more info on these hydrogen run forklifts, every warehouse I have ever been in in the last 30 years or so used propane forklifts or electric, I have never heard od any hydrogen powered ones at all.[/quoteMe either. that is why I asked him to get me the info on it. All I have ever seen were battery powered. I also saw a Wal Mart truck with a sign saying it was powered by Compressed Natural gas.
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