About graphene: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WEnO6AJeP7k
Graphene is built up of individual carbon atoms. Graphene is the world’s strongest material. It is a dense material. One can customize a graphene filter by making holes in graphene. Up to 60% of the graphene surface can consist of holes. A graphene filter can be built with several layers of graphene, that can be separated by spacers. There are also other Nano filters like borofen. The last ten years there has been rapid progress in the development of Nano filters.
A graphene filter cannot get clogged. A graphene filter is not like a strainer used in a kitchen. In the cavities of nano- or graphene filter, no particles can get stuck. A graphene filter also rejects dirt.
Simple testing. The only aspect to be explored is testing different graphene filters. We must check the types, ability, and efficiency to separate and capture the gasses we want to access. Obviously, for a graphene filter expert, this is a relatively inexpensive, easy, and transparent work.
Prototypes. Initial tests at the laboratory level will not cost very much. Obviously, one needs to build some prototypes for final testing’s. The basic graphene filtering technique is well known and used worldwide, e.g. to purify water from molecules with nano filters. This air, the wind, and graphene technology need to be tested and honed through basic research and technological development.
Save the world with air / wind / graphene filtration. This new technology will immediately save lives and change the world in significant, positive way. The very best thing is, the more energy we use,
the cleaner the environment becomes, the greater the resources we will be able to enjoy.
The quality of life will improve for us and the coming generations:
6. Energy will become so cheap that the world will be able to afford huge projects of significance, like clean water to all, better sanitation for all, and improved socio-economic conditions for the world in general.
Diffusion. Each second, each molecule in air collides two million times with another molecule. Each collision means that the molecule moves and bounces eight million parts of a centimeter. One second means a movement of 2.5millimeters.
Graphene. A graphene filter is 10 nanometers, it is very thin, about 0. 00001millimeters.
Osmosis. Osmosis is a result of diffusion. If you add a particular molecule in the air or a liquid, so will this molecule in time be evenly distributed equal in the air or the liquid.
Air. The air around us weighs 1,300gram per cubic meter. One cubic meter contains minuscule proportions of energy, hydrogen gas, and methane gas, but there are massive amounts of air. It is a scientific fact that the air we breathe contains all the energy humanity need. Nature always keeps on generating hydrogen and methane.
Nano/graphene filter. An average wind speed of 10 meters per second and a Nano Towers with a filtering surface area of 220,000 square meters captures 70,000 billion cubic meters of air per year. The air in these 70,000 billion cubic meters contains hydrogen and methane gas with an energy content equivalent to 1TWh. This amount of energy corresponds to the energy supply from about 200 wind turbines. (Wind turbines statistics, Sweden 2015)
To increase the Nano Towers filtering surface and the efficiency the surface should be designed to create turbulence. Nano Towers must always pump out the hydrogen molecules (helium atoms) and methane molecules that made it through the filter so that there is a slight constant negative pressure in the first small gas container (after the graphene filter). Diffusion and osmosis will then not significantly influence a negative outflow through the filter back into the surrounding air.