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sykavy
10-20-2007, 10:37 PM
Could some one explain this to me. I was reading Rex Research and this article said if you didn't understand it than ask a friend who can. Now I think I understand two liquids with different boiling points create a circular motion one cooling the other, but I dont understand how they get the power out of this action. Is there a turbine inside or something?
Here is the article:
Bernhard Schaeffer: Benzene-Steam Engine (http://www.rexresearch.com/schaefferb/schaeffer1.htm)
thanks in advance to anyone who helps

Peter Lindemann
10-20-2007, 11:41 PM
Could some one explain this to me. I was reading Rex Research and this article said if you didn't understand it than ask a friend who can. Now I think I understand two liquids with different boiling points create a circular motion one cooling the other, but I dont understand how they get the power out of this action. Is there a turbine inside or something?
Here is the article:
Bernhard Schaeffer: Benzene-Steam Engine (http://www.rexresearch.com/schaefferb/schaeffer1.htm)
thanks in advance to anyone who helps

Sykavy,

Guess Who? Here is a link to an article I wrote 12 years ago that answers your question.....and then some.

http://www.free-energy.ws/pdf/Self-Acting%20Engine.pdf

The short answer is that it allows for the creation of a heat engine with efficiencies ABOVE the Carnot Cycle maximums.

Enjoy,

Peter

sykavy
10-24-2007, 01:54 AM
Sykavy,

Guess Who? Here is a link to an article I wrote 12 years ago that answers your question.....and then some.

http://www.free-energy.ws/pdf/Self-Acting%20Engine.pdf

The short answer is that it allows for the creation of a heat engine with efficiencies ABOVE the Carnot Cycle maximums.

Enjoy,

Peter

thanks Peter!