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Cooling Down Using Sound Waves

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Research at Palo Alto Research Center (PARC) could lead to the replacement of mechanical compressors in refrigerators and air conditioners. The new technology could lead to a threefold increase in the efficiency of these devices. The principle is quite simple – thermoacoustic compressors work in the same way as traditional mechanical compressors. They compress or expand gases with high-intensity sound waves. Compressing gases generates heat, while letting the gases expand cools things off.

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Chris Mason

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Chris fell in love with technology and innovation in the early days of personal computing (Sinclair ZX80's, Commodore PETs & Apple ]['s) This hobby became a career in software development, product development, team leadership, web development, and marketing. He is now General Manager at Prosig & DJB Instruments, both part of Condition Monitoring Technology Group. In 2019 Chris completed an Executive MBA at the University of Winchester where he focused on innovation and strategy.

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  1. esham

    plz send full matter about this system . how it produse ?

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