The Low Temperature Engine System—Status Report

by Joel H. Rosenblatt, Co-Founder- Rosenblatt-Naderi, Summerland, United States,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Energy in the 90's


Computer simulations have shown the Low-Temperature Engine System (LTES), a breakthrough in application of long-established thermodynamic principles, to offer double digit power output increases for the same fuel consumption. This benefit may be realized in conventional fossil, nuclear, and geothermal power plants. It employs conventional components and off-the-shelf equipment. Environmental impact reduction is a by-product of obtaining its power increases from conversion of portions of current waste heat emissions. A large-scale effort to get the systems installed now could have many such units operating across the country, delivering their new power output: at zero additional fuel consumption; at zero environmental impact; and supplying power to users in the 90's.

Subject Headings: Energy consumption | Power plants | Thermal power | Hydro power | Temperature effects | Engines | Nuclear power | Thermal pollution

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