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Observe that these are gas turbines as on aircrafts, not steam turbines as often mentioned as on add-on to the hot e-cat….different thermodynamic cycles and small gas turbines have a much better performance than small steam turbines….besides they are completely different machines. Yes, both are rotaing and have turbine blades.
While these are gas turbines, they are also electricity generating turbines (unlike on a jet). I would think that the generator systems that they have engineered would be able to move to an LENR environment without modification.
I am not an engineer, and don’t know how much difference there is between a hot steam turbine and a fuel turbine. I am still betting that there is more similarity than difference between the two technologies.