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Talk:Directory:Rauen Environmental Heat Engine

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Discussion page for Directory:Rauen Environmental Heat Engine

The Superclassical heat engine of Ken Rauen is designed to be able to tap the heat of the environment as its heat source. It is based upon the experimental evidence of the Proell effect, a macroscopic Maxwell’s Demon.


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Qualifies as Top 5

Jonathan Bonanno, member of the New Energy Congress, submitted the following comment on April 02, 2006 7:48 AM.

Dear NEC Members,

The Rauen Heat Engine deserves attention and testing for verification and improvement. I have personally been witness to the "heat effect" in Gene Mallove's lab in New Hampshire, several years back. At the time Ken and Gene were very busy on several projects, but this one seemed to hold great promise.

If others can duplicate and optimize this "Maxwell Angel/ Proell" effect to harness work output, this concept should certainly be Top 5. More importantly, the NEC would have opened the door for the new age of energy that we all dream of living in.

I will be reading intensely on this topic to see the communities results and/or feedback.

See also

Congress:Member:Kenneth M. Rauen - profile at PESWiki includes links to other Rauen profile pages.

Directory:Ambient Air Engines

Directory:Thermal Electric


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