Concord, ON, Canada
Around-the-clock free power from improved HYBORACs
driving low delta-T gamma Stirling engines
by Correa, Paulo N. & Correa, Alexandra N.
Published in November 2003. 47 pages.
Experimental Aetherometry, Vol. 4
Price: US $36 ($28 ISFA)
See also the two companion reports: AS2-25 and AS2-26.
In this fourth report on the HYBORAC/Stirling technology, the Correas present their power dynamometer calibration and power performance (input and output) studies for the HYBORAC capture (>173kJ per day) of solar radiation and its transformation into sensible heat and thermomechanical work, by a coupling to a low delta-T, gamma-type Stirling engine. They report on an improved HYBORAC design that permits uninterrupted 48h motor action - at comparable daytime and nighttime speeds - with To-T values that reach 30°C and 48h mean values of nearly 19°C, and demonstrate how this technology is >1.5x more efficient at capturing solar radiation than passive solar collector standards, and nearly 3x more efficient at outputting work-equivalent energy than photovoltaics.
The evidence for the existence of a viable grid-independent new energy technology, silent and without pollutants, driven from solar-derived ambient massfree energy, and which has already substantially outperformed current solar technologies (not to mention expensive and dangerous so-called LENR/CANR cells!) is now irrefutable.