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Old 6th March, 2003, 04:13 AM
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Yaaaaaa !! The nozzle’s showed up a day early and after being stalled out for a few days I couldn’t wait to get started again
Well the big nozzle turned out to be a disappointment the hole was so big that it didn’t spray very well …more of a stream

The small one however was awesome, nice tight pattern and almost a mist not quite

45psi seemed to be the sweet spot
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Old 6th March, 2003, 04:17 AM
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same nozzle different background
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Old 6th March, 2003, 04:20 AM
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And here’s the best part the nozzle fits in the old hole but without any threads I think ill rig up some kind of strap to make sure it doesn’t move
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last pic, looking right down the barrel almost perfect alignment ...man am i lucky or what

i still haven't found a suitable tank i may end up using a 5 or a 10 gal Plexiglas fish tank if i can get this finished by Saturday i might be ready for a test run on Sunday
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just one more i promise this is with the small block in place
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Very nice.

Looking forward to the first tests.
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Looks good keep us posted!
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stuff your mother forgot to tell you about spray technology

so this is why the carb jets did'nt work i forgot to install one of these little spiny gizzmo's this thing is actually spinning when in use ,i took a bag tie and stuck it up in the nozzle while it was spraying and it reverted back to a stream
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Anything new to report Kat?

This thread has become a regular stop for me.

I'm Jones'ing for some more.....
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Awesome thread, I look forward to the next installment.

Sorry I haven't anything to add.

Oh, except, kat, the son who inherits this, is he single? :-D :clown:
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Sorry I haven’t posted anything, my intentions were to have the darn thing put together by now, but with my furnace going out last Thursday evening, and having to work on that POS for two days, kinda wrecked my weekend
I did get a little bit done Sunday but sitting around and waiting for silicone to dry is rather dull and didn’t think it was interesting enough to post about, but hear it is anyway

The cool part is the silicone is acting exactly the way I thought it would, as I apply pressure it squeezes up and against the CPU I’m almost certain this will be a water proof seal that will hold up against the pressure of the spray nozzle

(edit) yes he is but you might have to fight his girl to get a date
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Cool stuff kat. (pun intended)

Evaporation is a good thing from looking at that Cray video. When the liquid turns to vapor, it will take with it any heat it's in contact with. What you want is very small droplets that hit the surface of the die and immediately vaporize.

A couple of comments:

Alcohol, not the drinking kind, the smelly kind. Wouldn't that make a pretty clean and highly evaporative coolant? It should still pump good too. I don't recall for sure, but I don't think it's a very good conductor of electricity (of course neither is H2O if it's pure).

Also, to get good adjustable evaporation, try connecting a vacuum to the outlet to pull negative pressure. This should make the liquid evaporate much faster. May want to try a shop-vac just for a quick test. I think you'll be surprised by how much more effective the nozzle seems to work. Now once you're in a closed system with a condenser, the system itself should generate negative pressure, provided you have a check valve.

Nice work. I'm really starting to get excited.
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Just a thought for you, could you try a nozzle from fuel oil furnace it comes in different spray patterns and also has a filter at the base of the nozzle I think that would help with restricting the flow so its not so high pressure. Just a thought, Bodyman
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here are some pics of a nozzle im talking about
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And the tip, BTW I think you could take the filter out but I wont try on this one and it is new for my furnace
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Having nothing else to add, I added it to the front page!":O}

Great pictures and a wild ride Kat! Many thanks!!

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Yeah Kat, Superb job m8.

I,ve been following this post from the start, This is the most interesting thing I,ve read on here, Best of luck dude and keep the info coming.

We are keeping em crossed for ya!!!
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And the tip, BTW I think you could take the filter out but I wont try on this one and it is new for my furnace
They do screw out and they would be perfect for what you are doing kat. I had an oil furnace in my last house and that is exactly what I had in it.
Good thinking Bodyman.
I wonder if you can buy them in different sizes? I bet you can.
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