Concord, ON, Canada
Modified Orgone accumulator (HYBORAC) as drive for
low delta T Stirling Engines
by Correa, Paulo N. & Correa, Alexandra N.
Published in January 2002. 19 pages.
Experimental Aetherometry, Vol. 4
Price: US $20 ($16 ISFA)
See also the two companion reports: AS2-26 and AS2-32.
In the present report, the first of a two-part series, the authors demonstrate a method to optimize the solar-sourced anomalous To-T difference registered in Orgone Accumulators (ORACs) invented by W. Reich in 1939-1940, and employ this optimized difference to drive low delta T Stirling engines of the MM6 type, thereby putting into evidence how this thermal anomaly can be exploited to perform 'free' work. For this purpose, we employed a novel ORAC design - a specially-built hybrid arrangement designed to be directly exposed to solar radiation (as filtered by the terrestrial atmosphere) and partly composed of a black-painted ORAC and a Faraday cage - which we termed the HYBORAC, and a few simple modifications of the Stirling motor, to achieve hour-long midday motor speeds on the order of 20 to 140 rpm, with delta T's ranging from 5.7 to 21°C. Prospects of further approximating the engine delta T to the full value of To-T, and increasing the To-T difference to >30°C, are discussed and proposed in the present report. Results from the continuation of this work are presented in the companion essay.