Johnson reversible engine

Johnson reversible engine

  • CN 1,449,590 A
  • Filed: 07/30/2001
  • Published: 10/15/2003
  • Est. Priority Date: 07/28/2000
  • Status: Active Application
First Claim
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1. a reversible engine comprises:

  • First electro-chemical cell with one first ion conductive material, one is installed in described first ion conductive material first electrode on one side, and one is installed in described first ion conductive material on one side second electrode relative with described first electrode;

    Second electro-chemical cell with one second ion conductive material, one is installed in described second ion conductive material third electrode on one side, and one is installed in described second ion conductive material on one side four electrode relative with described third electrode;

    Pipe-line system with one first pipeline and one second pipeline, the end of described first pipeline and described first electro-chemical cell, second electrode liquid exchange and its second end and the described second electro-chemical cell third electrode fluid exchange, and an end of described second pipeline and described second electro-chemical cell the 4th electrode liquid exchange and its second end and the exchange of described first electro-chemical cell, first electrode liquid;

    Heat is passed to the heater of described second electro-chemical cell;

    The cooling device that heat is passed from described first electro-chemical cell;

    AndThe source that provides that is included in ionizable gas in the described pipe-line system,Whereby, along with one section electric current passes through first electro-chemical cell, ionogenic gas is passed first electro-chemical cell to be increased by the first ducted pressure thus and reduces the second ducted pressure simultaneously, the pressure reduction that produces between first pipeline and second pipeline causes ionogenic gas to pass second electro-chemical cell thus, has so just produced a potential difference between its first electrode and second electrode.

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