The World Needs a New Engine – Thermal Hydraulics 101
Brian Hageman’s Thermal Hydraulic Engine is a powerful new prime mover that can replace gas engines, steam turbines and electric motors in any application. The new engine operates at temperatures lower than any other engine in the world based on new analysis from a university master’s thesis. Grid connected electric generators are designed from 250 kW to 1 MW of electric power and also 1 million gallon per day of brackish or ocean water reverse osmosis desalination have been designed that use 90% less electricity than typical reverse osmosis systems. The systems can be fueled by solar thermal or geothermal hot water.