Combined cycle solar Desalination & Power generation
The cryophorous or "cold carrier" effect was first discovered by W. H. Wollaston, a noted English scientist, in the early 1800's. His demonstration consisted of two separate glass bulbs conjoined by a glass tube. The bulbs were partially filled with water and the entire unit evacuated. One bulb was packed in ice while the other remained at room temperature. After a certain period of time, the water in the bulb which was not packed in ice froze solidly.
In the early 1900's, Nikola Tesla proposed a power generator using the cryophorous effect with an advanced heat differential system and his disk turbine.
PNGinc’s proprietary desalination process combines the cryophoros effect with the company’s condensing turbines - and reduces costs by using solar heat. For a seawater desalination unit that produces 1,000 gallons of fresh water per hour , our continuous horsepower rating is 200 hp, or about 100 kilowatts of power per hour.
Manufacturing opportunities exist for democratic industrialists who want to make a positive impact on water-starved areas & victims of climate disasters.
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