American Journal of Applied Sciences

Evaluation of Electricity Product by Increasing Water Volume During Freezing

A. Arab, B. Alinaghi and M. R. Rezaie

DOI : 10.3844/ajassp.2005.1246.1247

American Journal of Applied Sciences

Volume 2, Issue 8

Pages 1246-1247


Electricity production process by the use of water expansion during freezing. By use of a closed volume such as piston and cylinder. The volume increase of ice could be transformed linearly and cause piston displacement, by the use of cold resource and heat resources. This process is possible where boarding temperature difference is high and water temperatures reach below 0°C this method uses a cylinder and piston which passes a complete cycle. The piston is driven upward due to the ice expansion and when the ice is melting it returns to its initial position. All rights reserved.


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