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Author Topic: What did you build this week?  (Read 169094 times)

Offline XS750AU

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Re: What did you build this week?
« Reply #1040 on: Jan 30, 2019, 05:23:41 »
Spectacular!!!! ;D
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Re: What did you build this week?
« Reply #1041 on: Jan 30, 2019, 10:14:45 »
Wow,
Very well done! That's a lot of design time, and a lot of cut time!

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Re: What did you build this week?
« Reply #1042 on: Feb 04, 2019, 16:07:36 »
Been a minute since I posted something!

The metal shop needed a new heater, so rather than spend 1500 bucks on one we built one:
It's basically a woodstove in a box, with a big squirrel cage fan that blows around the hot box into ducting.
Puts out a metric shitload of heat!

As soon as we finished it the "polar vortex" took a shit and now it's 70 degrees and raining.

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Re: What did you build this week?
« Reply #1043 on: Feb 04, 2019, 16:47:57 »
don;t worry, another vortex will happen and you'll be ready.
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Re: What did you build this week?
« Reply #1044 on: Feb 04, 2019, 17:39:54 »
is there a metric shitload to btu conversion formula?
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Re: What did you build this week?
« Reply #1045 on: Feb 04, 2019, 17:48:11 »
Been a minute since I posted something!

The metal shop needed a new heater, so rather than spend 1500 bucks on one we built one:
It's basically a woodstove in a box, with a big squirrel cage fan that blows around the hot box into ducting.
Puts out a metric shitload of heat!

As soon as we finished it the "polar vortex" took a shit and now it's 70 degrees and raining.
Do something with that rail in the background, mu'fucker. 

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Re: What did you build this week?
« Reply #1046 on: Feb 04, 2019, 18:04:49 »
is there a metric shitload to btu conversion formula?
Assuming metric shitload = metric shit ton then:

HHV of manure (bull shit) is 8,500 btu of ash-free sun dried manure.  Manure is approximately 60% moisture and 40% solids of which is 15% ash and 85% combustible solids so 8,500 x 0.85 x 0.4 = 2,890 BTU/lb of manure (You can sun dry manure to a much less moisture content and a higher btu rating). 

1lb of manure = 0.453592 kg of manure = 1310.88088 BTU/kg x 1000 = 1,310,880.88 BTU/ shit ton






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Re: What did you build this week?
« Reply #1047 on: Feb 04, 2019, 18:14:18 »
Assuming metric shitload = metric shit ton then:

HHV of manure (bull shit) is 8,500 btu of ash-free sun dried manure.  Manure is approximately 60% moisture and 40% solids of which is 15% ash and 85% combustible solids so 8,500 x 0.85 x 0.4 = 2,890 BTU/lb of manure (You can sun dry manure to a much less moisture content and a higher btu rating). 

1lb of manure = 0.453592 kg of manure = 1310.88088 BTU/kg x 1000 = 1,310,880.88 BTU/ shit ton

even if you made all that up, there are so many numbers there that I am inclined to believe you.
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Re: What did you build this week?
« Reply #1048 on: Feb 04, 2019, 19:44:13 »
Assuming metric shitload = metric shit ton then:

HHV of manure (bull shit) is 8,500 btu of ash-free sun dried manure.  Manure is approximately 60% moisture and 40% solids of which is 15% ash and 85% combustible solids so 8,500 x 0.85 x 0.4 = 2,890 BTU/lb of manure (You can sun dry manure to a much less moisture content and a higher btu rating). 

1lb of manure = 0.453592 kg of manure = 1310.88088 BTU/kg x 1000 = 1,310,880.88 BTU/ shit ton
Or you could work it backwards with 12,000 BTU = 1 ton of heating/air conditioning. Then work it back to see how much BS is needed to produce a ton of heat.
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Re: What did you build this week?
« Reply #1049 on: Feb 04, 2019, 22:55:11 »
Do something with that rail in the background, mu'fucker.

Want to rebuild the motor for me lol I'm tapped for time at the moment. I'd love to get it up and going