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I've had so many things on my mind, I forgot this forum was here. I put together some videos on the test forum. Solar cycle 24 is likely cause a lot of changes in the coming years (to the point of survival) so that power and water could be big problems.



//www.curezone.org/forums/fm.asp?i=1049759




Ben and Jerry's ice cream company has been involved in the development of thermoacoustic refrigeration and made a video (a couple of clips that took ME about ten minutes to download because I have dialup) and explain the theory behind the operation of thermoacoustic refrigeration.

It is also being developed as a home made project for use in poor countries where refrigeration is unavailable because of lack of energy.



http://www.benjerry.com/assets/flash/our_company/sounds_cool/soundsCool.cfm



http://www.mit.edu/~howitt/humcool/intro.html


http://www.vu.union.edu/~stodolan/pyrophone/refrigerator.html


This site shows a list of engine animations including the stirling. Thermoacoustic engines are still experimental in the U.S. and there seems to be very little information about them.

http://www.trochilicengines.com/animations/


http://www.keveney.com/Engines.html


http://www.coolsound.us/work.html


http://www.pegna.com/Links%20to%20Stirling%20and%20Hot%20Air%20Engine%20Sites...




This video shows a 5 horsepower stirling engine in Korea that is being powered by sawdust, but gives no explanation of the process.
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Medium temperature difference engine(starts at 70deg. C heat diff.) built from scrap metal on lunches and coffee breaks over a long period of time. It has a displacer swept volume of about 3cc and the work piston is close to 1cc. Reaches almost 1500 rpm on a small alcohol flame and approx 1000 on a tealight candle flame.
Added: October 14, 2007








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It seems like alot of progress is being made in alternative energy, but will we survive?



 

 
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