fraser stewart wrote:I dont know any examples of rms on a boat but i hope this with work.
fraser stewart wrote:My system is a 15cm diameter heat riser. based on the sketch up model dimensions you so generously made available.
according to you message, I would need 200% 15cm, i.e 30cm about the heat riser to the top of the tank (pictured in red)
Is that correct?
fraser stewart wrote:"The T behind the 1st barrel is a double friction point, in the sense it's a 90º bend but also the closed end of the T. In that end is a weak vacuum, slowing down the stream.
And last but certainly not the least: it would be much, much better to have that 2nd barrel coupled to the 1st without an intermediate stove pipe in between. OR, just assuming this might be impossible for whatever reason, just a straight pipe of a much larger diameter. When completely open to each other, those barrels will act like one larger bell of a funny shape. "
so dont use a pipe of 15cm, but something much larger and connect my bench directly to the tank (pictured in red)
fraser stewart wrote:Looking at the photo where the bell is off. Would you also advise moving the core forward to allow more room at the back behind the heat riser. I.e easier gas flow path