asteroza + concrete + seawater   1

Biorock
If you accept that direct room temperature electrolysis has a poor efficiency, and that doing hydrogen production using mineral accreation electrodes in seawater has a similar efficiency, one can make the arguement that you might as well make the Biorock if you are going to do direct electrolysis anyways. You also create the semiporous seacrete/artifical rock that can be used as stable foundations for coral growth and ocean ecosystem recovery, or as a direct building material like concrete (though not high strength).
Biorock  seawater  ocean  artificial  rock  accretion  electroaccretion  electrodeposition  sea  seacrete  concrete  hydrogen  production  green  energy  construction  materials  science  research  technology  mineral  deposition  Delicious 
july 2010 by asteroza

Copy this bookmark:



description:


tags: