Big Bang - Fuel Testing Assembly
The Big Bang Nav depicts the demonstration plastic prototype.

Leap of Knowledge
Most fuel combustion tests - measure the expansion output of heating the gases. Big Bang also measures the contraction output of the then cooling gases. Is this x2 output? It appears to be so, and would confirm a leap of knowledge.

Primary Objective
The primary objective of the Big Bang fuel testing assembly is to measure and record the expansion work output and to measure and record the contraction work output of various basic fuel types: gasoline, propane, biogas (methane), hho (water) - supporting evidence of a new 200% coefficient fuel standard.

Secondary Objective
The secondary objective of the Big Bang fuel testing assembly is to measure and record both work outputs of rare fuel blends which may phase change - deriving outputs even greater than 200% coefficient.

Yes, we know there are losses. These are the same losses accounted for in traditional 100% fuel efficiency calculations and formulas: Just times two. Expansion losses are normal and accounted for. Contraction losses are similar. Yes, We account for all losses. The difference is that we apply these against double outputs.

Desperate Escape
Many question the losses in an escape from facing new facts. Data is Data. Truth is Truth. Our theory is sound. Data will prove. Time will approve!

Our Question
Did you remember to include the contraction output?

Maximum 100% Coefficient Thinking
What happens to maximum 100% coefficient thinking when you include contraction output? Are you mentally prepared to handle the leap of knowledge? This may take some time - stay open - we are only seeking truth.

Big Bang
The assembly is divided into the lower half (combustion chamber, piston, output weights) and the upper half (bike chains, ratcheting sprockets, piston rod, piston counterbalance weight).

How does it work?
Measured fuel combusts in the chamber expanding the piston upward. The piston rod drives the expansion sprocket lifting the expansion weight (the contraction sprocket ratchets). Copper quickly dissipates heat, condensing the piston downward. The piston rod now winds the contraction weight, ratcheting the expansion sprocket. Each lifted weight records their respective work output.

100% Efficiency Rating
Today, various fuel testing data outputs and losses account for and total 100%. If we burn a fuel in an electric generator - we can account for all the losses and gains of fuel and electric power in calculations and formula. We work until we close in and score 100% efficiency. This 100% fuel standard is universally accepted. Currently, fuel efficiency formulas and calculations only include expansion output data (and losses). We agree, It is logical that expansion output plus losses sums to 100% efficiency. It is also logical that contraction output plus losses also sums to 100% efficiency. Calculations including both outputs (and losses) set 200% efficiency. This is logical but flawed. Efficiency by definition can not be higher than 100%. We must look elsewhere to achieve a wider perspective.

Environmental Energy
The power for the contraction output did not come from the fuel. It came from the environment! It is logical to account for the fuel output plus losses until 100% efficient - for expansion. It is logical to account for the environmental output plus losses until 100% efficient - for contraction. By definition of efficiency, it is not logical to combine these by reference of efficiency. A new standard of measure is required to combine outputs, and has been invented already.

Coefficient of Performance (COP)
Coefficiency allows us to combine any number of outputs. These are compared only to our fuel input. (Do not include environmental energy input.) COP formula is defined as outputs divided by inputs. We would score 200% coefficient if ideal - no losses. Yes, losses exist and lower this rating. It is critical to understand that it is logical to work until we can close in and account for 200% coefficient - not 100% coefficient. If phase change occurs, ideal targets higher than 200% coefficient are logical, but will likely remain unknown. We will simply score higher coefficients in regards to lower coefficient baselines.

Coefficient Baselines
A fuel blend containing gasoline and hho will reference against the gasoline coefficiency baseline and the hho coefficient baseline. However, Each fuel blend sets is own coefficiency! None of this information is in the public domain. That's the point of the Big Bang! Help us - Help you. Over time coefficient baselines will become more accurate.

This seems all nerdy and academic. Why is this data important? How do we build a working device? These are good questions. It is premature to select the best rare blend and begin planning the device to use it. Knowing the baselines and understanding blend relationships to these baselines will direct us and prepare us for future advancement and device creation.

Out on a Limb
Knowing the future is the real trick. We suspect that higher phase change coefficiency appear quite radical in a world of 100% coefficient thinking. Gasoline engines running on hho do weird things. So knowing how to design an engine for hho is premature. How to build an engine that harnesses contraction output? Good question! It may not be a combustion engine. Stilings and heat pumps have similarities and differences. Heat pumps have high cop! Stirlings do not phase change - what if they did? By definition it would no longer classify as a Stirling, but it would be cool! Two (2) 100% coefficient symbiotic heat engines, could self-power. This leads to understanding sealed systems and thermally symbiotic solutions. They are thermally dynamic, but working fuel sealed. Adding a spark allows combustion expansion, but does it necessitate fuel consumption? Research into fuel sealed systems may be warranted.

The Nose on our Face
Contraction power output is simple to recognize, but most will ignore, and even some will naysay. It opens a new world of discovery. Big Bang will be completed without them and baselines established into the public domain. We shrug past the no's, survive the naysayers, coordinate the yes's and keep moving forward.

Display Proto
White bang is a partial-working model. Ratcheting the expansion weights and contraction weights will be used to raise awareness and to work out design issues. Man - this model is getting cool. Big Bang will be - well... epic!

Estimated Losses
8%/8% Piston Seal Friction Losses
6%/ - - Expansion Heat Loss
5%/5% Fuel Measurement Error Losses/Gains
5%/5% Weight Distance Error Losses/Gains
4%/4% Counterbalance Friction Losses
3%/3% Piston Blowby Losses
3%/3% Chain Losses
3%/3% Unsweaped Losses
1%/1% Ratches Losses
1%/1% Cable Losses
1%/1% Other Material Flex Losses
1%/ - - Electric Spark Gain
? / ? Entropic Losses
? / ? Enthralpic Losses

Big Bang Tower Construction
Work commenced on the big bang tower in March 2012. We started collecting and purchasing materials. The 6' base is made of recycled bed frame angle iron. The ladder cage will be 12' and will have a 2' nose cone. The completed fuel testing tower will be 20' tall.

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