Absolutely, the bottom counts more than the form.
The relationship with the nuclear power plant is related to Julien's theory of ionization.
And here is the specific doc I was referring to (in English) during my discussion with the reporter here is the summary:
Explanation: ionization of water vapor in turbines of thermal or nuclear power plants
This document is a complement to the theory of the ionization of water vapor during a water doping system G or G +
Document entirely in English on the relation between the size of water droplets contained in the vapor, the pH and the density of the electric charge of the steam.
The study is done at the output of power steam turbines. The purpose of the study is to study the electric charge of steam in order to understand and limit the corrosion of steam turbines of thermal power plants (210 MW) or nuclear power plants (1000MW).
Conclusions of the study:
- the total charge is always negative.
- the electric charge depends on the size of the droplets: the small ones are negatively charged and the bigger ones positively.
- the water vapor that relaxes is electrically charged but this phenomenon is not yet well understood.
- the steam charge is much higher on the turbines of the nuclear power plants but this has not yet been clearly explained. It is assumed that this is the effect of pH.
Download here: https://www.econologie.com/explication-i ... -3521.html