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The concept of the device is based on the proven thermoacoustic Stirling engines and refrigerators developed by Los Alamos, NASA and the US military for applications including: cooling of satellite systems and radar arrays, gas liquefaction and cryogenics, use of waste heat for air conditioning, separation of binary gas mixtures and many others.
Originally posted by NGC2736
reply to post by Now_Then
OK, let us consider this a call to all those handymen here on ATS. Can we make this ourselves?
originally posted by: roguetechie
a reply to: VenatiusFortunatus
Yup, it's even still open source and there's downloadable plans and much more at Aster thermoacoustics website!
There's even a pdf with complete plans for a 50 watt version, and a ton of alternative iteration suggestions etc.