KenL wrote:Using electrolysis to separate the hydrogen and oxygen in water and pumping off the hydrogen into the gasometer. This will make the open ended tank start to float. The generated Oxygen will be vented to the atmosphere as a waste gas.
Does it actually have to pumped off? the fact the tank is sealed by water like an upside down heavy bucket, maybe you could simply take it straight off the top of the tank so to speak.
You'd also want to be very confident that there is no chance of ending up with a combustible mixture inside the gasometer. Gasometers at the old gas works didn't blow up, since in normal circumstances they didn't have enough oxygen inside to form a combustible mixture. Suffice to say that you need to be careful to avoid this circumstance, otherwise you've just built yourself a nice little bomb just waiting for static electricity or something else to set it off.
I'm not saying it's a dud idea, just thought I should point out some potential safety concerns that you need to address.
Gordon-Loomberah wrote:...... and metal like stainless steel gradually dissolves, not something I want happening in my AP water. ......... if affordable fuel cells ever become available, then I'd be seriously investigating H2 storage, as another form of storage in parallel with the LiFePO4 battery and pumped stored hydro.
Tracker wrote:Used an O2 bottle and an airstone, thinking the O2 would be better.. the fish freaked out, seriously..
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