Released in Open Technology to assist in lessening Carbon emissions.
In the process of developing new technlogy in internal combustion it was found the engine ran well in hot air configeration.
The vaccum created by water leaving the catchment may either draw in cool air or provide vacuum expansion cooling chamber for recycling gasses of greater presure to heat than air.
Tested working model to date have been Steam, Air, Co2 and Combustion.
Further development ceased by lack of funds to go again after discovering that Aluminium although looking good wont take naked flame.
Part requirements are one way valves, water pipe, hydro turbine (or centrifical pump) and one tennis ball.
Discussion on Stirling or "hot air" engines (all types)
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