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I am a new user...[edit]

I am a new user on Wikipedia and was wondering how long it takes before I am allowed to 'move' articles over to be reviewed before publication? And, is there anything that I need to be doing in the meantime to expedite this promotion.

Wikipedia talk:Articles for creation/S-FRAME

N.Tagge (talk) 08:00, 7 September 2012 (UTC)

  • You need to be a autoconfirmed user ie: have an account older than 4 days and with more than 10 edits before you can move pages. Normally, a bot will move the page over to the correct location so it can be reviewed. Unfortunately, I can't pass the article, however, as it is not cited to any reliable sources, which are essential for an article to pass, and the tone of it reads very much like an advertisement, while we require articles to have a neutral point of view, describing the pros and the cons of the product. --Ritchie333 (talk) (cont) 08:55, 7 September 2012 (UTC)

TKEnergizer (TKE)[edit]

TKEnergizer


The TKEnergizer TM (Thermal Kinetic Energizer) is a new type of heat source that delivers heat in the form of a well collimated and uniform stream of high kinetic energy combustion products. It is a very high efficiency heat source that can rapidly increase the temperature by one to hundreds of degrees within heating chambers such as furnaces, kilns, boilers, incinerators, crucibles, and the like.


The TKEnergizer TM is an ideal replacement for traditional radiant burners in major industrial applications such as steel processors, glass and ceramic producers, power stations, just to name a few industries requiring large-scale heating, drying and/or curing. TKEnergizer TM is fully patented, tested and proven in industry over 6 years. TKEnergizer TM systems are installed globally in several industrial applications where they are operating successfully, with new markets and applications opening continuously.


The TKEnergizer TM operates by combining the following principles:


1. Combustion is done in several stages that are controlled by a novel design of the spatial distribution of the fuel gas and air intakes, within the TKEnergizer TM chamber. The fuel gas is fully consumed in all the combustion stages, which are maintained at the exact stoichiometric ratio in all locations within the TKEnergizer TM chamber. Moreover, the combustion takes place at sufficiently low temperatures, thus ensuring that no NOx compounds are formed.


2. The stream of combustion products, consists entirely of H2O and CO2 molecules that acquire a high kinetic energy and the resultant momentum (mass times velocity) is directed along the TKEnergizer TM axis. There is no flame exiting the TKEnergizer TM chamber.


3. The system’s combustion chamber is separated from the heating chamber itself. Only the stream of combustion products enters the heating chamber, and the load is heated by the bombarding molecules transferring their kinetic energy to the load walls. This process is extremely efficient as the total calorific value of the fuel gas is made available to be transferred to the load.


Main benefits;

The TKEnergizer TM works well with methane, ethane, propane, butane and several other fuel gases, with combustion efficiency of CE=99.9%. TKEnergizer TM systems are available in various sizes with a delivered energy rate in the range of 0.5 - 300 GJoule/hour (1GJoule/hour is about 2.8x105 Watt).

Heating chambers heated by a TKEnergizer TM show drastically reduced hydrocarbon gas consumption (up to 80% and more in continuous operations, as compared with radiant burners). Their throughput is increased by up to 300% in both batch and continuous modes of operation due to TKEnergizer TM superior heat transfer properties. These heating chambers do not incur thermal stress and their refractory life is greatly increased.

Other TKEnergizer TM benefits include: unrivalled heating uniformity, lower operating temperatures, substantially lower emissions, less electricity consumption and significantly reduced noise levels. The TKEnergizer TM requires virtually no maintenance.

Moreover, since the TKEnergizer TM is separated from the heating chamber, the heat transfer rate to the load is conveniently controlled by pulsing the stream of combustion products. This allows the operators to rapidly reach their prescribed load temperature, and maintain it over the desired length of time.


More literature on the TKEnergizer TM technology and its performance in various applications, is available on www.TKEnergizer.com


Enquires and commentaries may be addressed directly to stakeholders listed on the website.


This review was written by R. Brokman 1, C.J. Morsner2 and Prof. E. Cohen3.


1. R. Brokman, Msc in Chemical Engineering , Haifa Technion.

2. Carl J. Morsner, Developer, Gastrim International Limited.

3. Professor Emeritus Elisha Cohen , Former Head of Physics Department , Tecnion- Israel Institute of Technology. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 196.215.125.62 (talk) 09:52, 7 September 2012 (UTC)

The text of your proposed article should be at Wikipedia talk:Articles for creation/TKEnergizer (not here, this page is just for questions) but, in the form you have written this, this is a blatant advertisement and not a neutral, reliably-sourced encyclopedia article. Please do not use Wikipedia to advertise your company or product. K7L (talk) 13:59, 7 September 2012 (UTC)

My article was deleted, I believe unfairly[edit]

Hello,

My article was deleted. Please see http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Wikipedia_talk:Articles_for_creation/Howard_J._Buss&action=edit&redlink=1 The reason given was copyright infringement, but no specifics were given. I have checked this article over repeatedly for any problems, there are none related to copyright. Two Wiki editors looked at it previously and there were no copyright issues mentioned by them either.

I think the deleter was mistaken and used a heavy-handed approach. I cannot even find the article to revise it. I cannot contact the deleter. How should I proceed? Can the article be retrieved? Can someone tell me where is a copyright problem? I have put countless hours into this article and think it is an important contribution to Wikipedia. I also think it is ready, but I am willing to make any adjustments to get it right.

Thanks for your help.

Suemanning1972 (talk) 15:31, 7 September 2012 (UTC)Sue Manning

  • Hi. According to the log, your article was deleted because it was an unambiguous copyright infringement of another site. Due to Wikipedia's licencing, we cannot accept material copyrighted elsewhere, and it needs to be removed quickly for legal reasons. That said, you should have at least been informed that this was going to happen, using a template similar to {{Db-copyvio-notice}}, and not doing so was poor form and a good way to bite the newbies like yourself. I have asked the admin who deleted it for an explanation, though please note they may have deleted it for perfectly legitimate reasons. Hope that's of use. --Ritchie333 (talk) (cont) 15:43, 7 September 2012 (UTC)
The deleting admin can be reached at User talk:Yunshui. Any admin could, technically, restore the page or email you a copy. However, it is IMO (as an admin myself) unlikely that any would if there is a copyright problem, and would not accept the absence of such a problem without consulting or at least trying to consult with the deleting admin.
AfC Reviewer User:Duncan listed this as a copyright problem. Unfortunately, neither he nor the deleting admin logged what site or source the draft was infringing the copyright of. DES (talk) 17:54, 7 September 2012 (UTC)
Google suggests that the infringement was of the "About the Composer" section of http://www.brixtonpublications.com/Assets/Crossroads_notes.pdf I hope this helps. DES (talk) 17:57, 7 September 2012 (UTC)
This is odd; I genuinely have no memory of deleting this article. Looking over it, there are indeed some copyright problems (mostly close paraphrases of the PDF DES has helpfully linked to) but not enough to warrant deleting the entire article, so I don't know what I was thinking at the time - my brain must have gone for a tea break or something... I will restore the page and remove the copied sentences manually. Sorry about that. Yunshui  18:54, 7 September 2012 (UTC)
Admin abuse! Admin abuse! Where's my big red button marked "Arbcom"? It's okay, we all have our off days! --Ritchie333 (talk) (cont) 19:18, 7 September 2012 (UTC)
It's between the Any Key and the Panic Button, I think... K7L (talk) 18:42, 8 September 2012 (UTC)