Figure 5. (Color online) (a) Approximate design of the Linde-Hampson anti-machine:1, heat exchanger: inletting cold high pressure gas, 2, throttling device and ambient hot low pressure gas. The fuel intake point, C(PC, TC), heated fuel point, B’(PB’, TB’), PC, pressure of the input loop, PB’ , pressure of outlet loop. (b) Calculated by (6) final (t>>τ) temperature distribution curves T(t, x), Ѳ(t, x): initial, 1, 2 and final, 1’, 2’(cut at T = 1500 K). PC = 700 bar, TC = 300 K, PB’ = 300 bar, TB’ = 1134 K, Tmax(x = 0) = 1937 K, α = 150 W/m2·K, L = 1.6 m, τ = 22.4 s, δTH = TC’- TB’ = 16.13 K’

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Linde-Hampson Anti-Machine: Self-heated Compressed Van-Der-Waals Gas as an Energy Carrier for Pneumatic Vehicles

E.Ya. Glushko

American Journal of Energy Research. 2013, 1(3), 59-67 doi:10.12691/ajer-1-3-4