THE PRESSURE OF WATER IS THE WEIGHT OF THE WATER THAT IS ABOVE THE OBJECT.
APPROXIMATELY 1 LT = 1 KG. DIVIDED IN CENTIMETERS 100 CM = 1KG .
450 MT UNDER WATER = 450 PER SQUARE CENTIMETER.
IF THE OBJECT IS POROUS EG A SPONGE THE PRESSURE WILL NOT AFFECT IT.
DEALING WITH EARTH PIPES AND ORGONITE, HOW THEY WILL BEHAVE UNDER DEEP SEA.
RELATING ALSO OTHER PROBLEMS OF AQUATIC ENVIRONMENT, LOW TEMPERATURE, CORROSION ET AL.
AIMING AT PRODUCING ORGONITE GIFTING THAT IS EFFECTIVE AND LASTS LONG TIME.
underwater bacteria excrete a polymer, maybe somebody is growing orgonite under the sea using the bacteria and adding metal shavings? http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC167774/
For calculating volumes, force, pressure, here some link
A bathymetry map for the Adriatic Sea.
Water temperature at bottom of the ocean is LOW from -2 Celsius to 2 Celsius. Mediterranean is 13 Celsius.
It may affect resin strength, is better to avoid introducing powders of minerals inside the orgonite used at low tempereature, it may effect the bond with the crystalline molecules of the resin.
HERE IS SOME LINK TO MANUFACTURERS OF RESIN THAT SEEM TO HAVE DATASHEETS CONTAINIG TECHNICAL INFO.
Also a link to a seller website that shows additctives such as minerals and metal that may make harder composite.
TOWARD GOOD PRACTICE, LOOKING FOR ANSWERS:
We need to contact manufacturers and ask what is their experience and knowledge.
1 Do we nead to make the resin mix harder with addictives such as glass microspheres, minerals, kaolin, etc?
2 Do I need to build orgonite with a structure that reinforce, for example a honeycomb skeleton from ultra hard material?
3 Do I need to source for specific resin utilized by marine industry, underwater piping industry?
4 Is epoxy resin a solution that will provide results that are worth the extra cost compared to polyester resin?
5 Encasing and protecing, is this an easier way to approach the deep water resistance?
Encasing orogonite in resitant containers of stainless steel, hard radial compression, pressure, and corrosion and moisture resistant plastics (PVC, et al) These containers can be filled up their entire volume with orgonite and once their are closed can further be sealed with epoxy glue, or special polymer films and tapes industrial grade.
- Typical example a money box safe. Cooking pan with lid made in stainless steel, metal bottles with screw on lid. Hard plastic containers, for tools, briefcases.
- Further reinforecement inside the container for example orgonite inside tubes, trying also various arrangements, reinforcements metal.
- 'Plumbing' put orgonite in stainless steel metal tubes that have a screw cap lid so to close hermetically, Alternatively source what particular aluminium alloy that is compatible under sea. Brass is expensive since could be corroded in the long run by the electrolysis.
HELP WITH INFO MANY THANKS
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