posted on Oct, 23 2012 @ 09:35 PM
Thermoacoustic cooling. High pressure air pumped into a properly shaped area (accousitcal resonator) causes the air to leave the two exits in a
fashion which results in one side being hot and the other being cold. No moving part other than the pump putting the air in. The same can be done to
create thermoacoustic heating in a space. This is relatively simple engineering. The temperature difference between the two can reach 100 degrees.
This will increase the air pressure inside so a venting will be needed and the pump should be outside as it creates its own heat. So, outside...
incoming vent, air pressurinzing pump, thermoacoustic resonator, hot side exit vent. Inside, cool air vent and warm air vent to compensate for air
pressure increase. No refrigerants, condensers, coils.