• PROVISIONAL

    PATENT

    The patent disclosure advantageously provides a cavitation engine configured to produce superheated steam.

  • CAVITATION

    IS THE KEY TO THE FUTURE

    The cavitation engine uses hydraulically injected water impacting the target to convert water to super-heated steam.

  • TRI-GENERATION

    oxy hydrogen explosion

    The eventual system will produce electrical power and use the heat for distillation and absorption cooling.

Controlled Cavitation

The Energy Source for the Future

Cavitation, the process of vaporization, bubble generation and bubble implosion in a flowing liquid is used as the underlying process within the Cavitation Engine.

The cavitation engine uses mechanical energy to convert water to steam via the process of cavitation and subsequent bubble collapse. Conventional automotive fuel injectors are used to accelerate water saturated with cavitation nano-bubbles at a specially designed impact target.

Modern diesel injectors are designed to enhance cavitation in the fuel being injected into combustion chambers. In the case of the cavitation engine, water is used instead of diesel fuel.

During the collision enormous hydraulic pressures collapse the bubbles within the injection volume. Cavitation bubbles have the remarkable ability to focus intense energy and forces during their collapse. The resulting heat energy contributes to the continuous creation of superheat steam within the impact and expansion chambers.

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featured Properties

  • Steam Generation

    In the Cavitation Engine, the water explodes upon impact within the walls of the impact chamber creating super-heated dry steam.

  • Bubble Power

    Cavitation bubbles have the ability to focus intense energy and forces during their collapse. The resulting heat energy contributes to the creation of superheat steam within the impact and expansion chambers.

  • Oxy-Hydrogen Explosions

    The impact system which will produce continuous oxy-hydrogen explosions... The eventual system will more than likely employ tri-generation, wherein we produce electrical power and use the heat for distillation (desalination) and absorption cooling.

STEAM GENERATION

For centuries steam has been produced by the isobaric heating of water. Peer reviewed research suggest that hydraulically pressurized water injected at hypersonic velocities impacting the target would be a more efficient way of producing steam compared to conventional Rankine isobaric cycle heating.

Additional papers reinforced the suggestion that enormous physical forces could contribute to the separation of water molecules and the conversion of kinetic energy into heat. Our experiments have validated that indeed. An additional advantage would be the ability to electronically control the volume of steam production while not requiring a physical boiler.

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