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Author Topic: Thermal Panel  (Read 4750 times)

Offline DaS Energy

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Thermal Panel
« on: January 16, 2015, 08:00:04 AM »

Positioned as if a Solar Panel, and using a phase change ingredient (CO2 found best) hot gas enters the turbine disk as its motive force, this gas later escapes the turbine disk and cools in a chamber, then the coldest is taken back into the turbine and proceeded to the hot cell where the ingredient expands with heat and provides the turbine disk drive force.

The turbine disk in DC configuration has no shaft protrusions whereas the AC configuration has a shaft protrusion.

Configured to DC the power is fed to a converter, and may be added to an existing Photovoltaic array.

Construction material must be cognisant to the pressures involved. If using CO2 that be 20 bar at -10*C and 10,000 bar at +100*C.