Liquid Air to Efficiently Store Renewable Energy video

A British scientist has developed an unconventional method of automotive supply, but that may come to be widely used in the near future.

After 40 years of research, Peter Dearman devised a method capable of transforming the liquid air and thereby cause a carriage may move.

Using the motor (modified) of a lawn mower, the scientist stores air at 190 ° C for negatives that the substance assumes a liquid form. Then the component is reheated to convert it into gas. The high pressure caused by the rapid change of state, that causes the vehicle locomova.

The maximum speed is reached using the "fuel of the future" was 56 km / h. However, according to its inventor, it is possible to achieve higher speeds - provided that the equipment go through changes.

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