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    THERMOACOUSTIC CYCLE (TAC) GENERATORS
    Posted on Sunday, June 13, 2004 @ 19:34:46 GMT by vlad

    Devices These generators convert waste heat directly into useable electricity. The TAC generator is designed to produce power as a fuel fired primary generator or waste energy recovery system. As a primary engine it is ideal for:

    - Utility Electric Power
    - Hybrid Vehicle Engines
    - UPS and Auxilliary Power Generators

    It will burn any combustible fuel, including methane, natural gas, LPG, gasoline, alcohol and fuel oil.

    For energy recovery, it is cost effective in any application involving a significant amount of waste heat, such as:

    - Solar energy - solar-electric systems
    - Geothermal energy
    - Co-generation-Waste heat from engines and boilers
    - Industrial process waste heat
    - Engine exhaust heat. Installed in an engine exhaust manifold, it can replace vehicle alternators and generate electricity and air-conditioning from the waste heat.

    The TAC engine-generator has only one moving part. Like a single piston in a V-8 engine, it can be mounted in multiple units on a heat manifold to produce an engine with megawatts of power.

    A demonstration video CD of a working engine is available.

    INTRODUCING THE MEMS-TAR

    This tiny MEMS thermoacoustic generator converts heat into electricity. The source of heat can be solar radiation, combustible fuel, even body heat. It requires no maintenance and is cost competitive with all existing power generation equipment.

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    The MEMS-TAR is manufactured using the same equipment and processes used in the manufacture of computer chips. It is packaged in single discrete units, and in integrated panel arrays. Power conditioning circuitry is built right into the chip.

    Applications include:

    - Telecommunications satellite power and space power applications.
    - Commercial power generation; Energy recovery (co-generation).
    - Solar electric and air-conditioning systems for individual homes, businesses and industry.
    - Biomedical prosthetics and artificial organs that operate from body heat.
    - Alarms, GPS locator beacons and physiological data transmitters.
    - Sensors and controls
    - Hundreds of consumer appliances and novelty items.

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    "THERMOACOUSTIC CYCLE (TAC) GENERATORS" | Login/Create an Account | 2 comments | Search Discussion
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    Re: THERMOACOUSTIC CYCLE (TAC) GENERATORS (Score: 0)
    by Anonymous on Wednesday, June 16, 2004 @ 00:13:57 GMT
    This is the coolest crap since worm tailings. Thanks a lot for pointing this technology out. It is much appreciated.
    Aironeous



     

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