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Heat Energy Available Today
Book Three

Outlines How-To build a home power system using 'off-the-shelf' parts. includes: A way You can make your own fuel (to heat your home or power your car) with only water, air and the electricity you generate using H.E.A.T. technology
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H.E.A.T. Technology, Book 3

ISBN 1 895882 40 0 Version August, 2009 George Wiseman, 1995.

Authors Note:
I wish to apologize for the assumptions, arrogant attitude with which I wrote about the technology of Mr. Fischer presented by Dennis Lee in the information (six hours of video and 150 page book) offered by Better World Technology. Having talked with Dennis Lee, I now realize that I have no idea what the Fischer cycle is, nor what is actually happening in the Fischer engine. The information as presented by Dennis Lee makes no sense when examined using conventional thermodynamics, as I tried to do. Dennis told me that the information, as he presents it, is not actually what is happening. I figure it is possible that the Fischer cycle and engine work on some principle that is not generally understood. I was mistaken when I assumed that I understood the Fischer cycle as presented by Dennis Lee. I cant evaluate the Fischer cycle until someone tells me what it is.

H.E.A.T. is an acronym for Heat Energy Available Today. H.E.A.T. technology focuses on energy gathering (and saving) technology that efficiently gathers ambient, renewable heat energy, in an environmentally compatible manner. Further, H.E.A.T. technology focuses on practical applications that can be built simply, are low cost and can be installed in every home. This technology is not new; the basic facts were presented in several papers to the general public by many people; including Nikola Tesla nearly 100 years ago. Nikola Tesla was a firm advocate of using renewable energy sources to power his equipment. He wrote in Our future Motive Power, The hard fact is that unless new resources are opened up, energy derived from fuel will remain our chief reliance. At first his choice was the power of falling water but as his technology developed he started looking to sources of ambient heat for power. His most preferred source was geothermal. The Wiseman cycle is a thermodynamic cycle closely related to the Rankine cycle which is in use by most steam powered electrical generation plants today. However, the Wiseman cycle differs in several critical ways that allow it to be at least 50% more efficient than the Rankine cycle, in equal operating conditions. Thus conventional power plants could produce more power while producing LESS pollution. The increase in thermodynamic efficiency, of the Wiseman cycle,

This book is a continuation of our H.E.A.T. technology, Books 1 & 2. H.E.A.T. is an acronym for Heat Energy Available Today. By writing a series of books in this manner, we can keep you updated on the latest information on this alternative energy research. This book explains H.E.A.T. Technology and gives some examples of power systems, using conventional thermodynamics. Off-the-shelf technology!

Table of Contents
Introduction ................................ 1 Thermodynamics (101) .............. 2 Wiseman cycle (revised) ............ 6 Drag Screw Turbine ................. 11 H.E.A.T. Technology and Parabolic Concentration ........................... 16 H.E.A.T. Technology and Ambient Heat Concentration .................. 18 Tesla Turbine Comments ......... 20 Wise Cycle Thermodynamic Report 1 .............................. 23

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allows, when applied with low temperature phase change technology, us to convert low temperature heat energy to mechanical energy, without a low temperature sink. Converting low temperature heat energy to mechanical energy means that we can build practical machines that can take heat from ambient sources (air, water, ground) and use it to create mechanical energy. This is a totally new power plant concept. We can now use the heat energy around us to generate all the electricity we need with zero pollution. In the past, weve needed to use high temperature heat energy to generate power. This usually meant burning something to get high temperatures. We no longer need to burn fossil fuel to power our civilization. There is enough heat energy (constantly renewed by earth and sun) available to us to power our civilization well into the foreseeable future without the use of nuclear, fossil fuel or hydro power stations. Nuclear could be phased out. Petrochemicals could be used (as plastics, clothes, paint, artificial wood, etc.) instead of burned and wasted. Our valleys could be used for farming instead of being flooded. H.E.A.T. powered vehicles, planes and boats would take over from internal combustion. There are plenty of ways that we can begin phasing the H.E.A.T. technology into the present energy structure. The energy structure will automatically find a new balance.

Thermodynamics (101)
First, some definitions of the thermodynamic terms you will read in this document. They are simple, once you understand them. I provide them here, up front, for you to refer back to as you read this document. Understanding of these terms is essential to fully realize the concepts presented here. The understanding will also help you evaluate other thermodynamic systems. Mass: Atomic matter in our universe, has phases labeled as solid, liquid, vapor (gas) or plasma. Which phase the mass exists in at any particular time depends on the mass characteristics and its heat (energy) content. Heat: A form of energy that causes a mass to rise in temperature, to fuse, to evaporate, or to expand. Sensible heat: Energy added to (or subtracted from) a mass that causes a change in temperature. Specific heat: The amount of energy required to change the temperature of one pound of the substance one degree Fahrenheit (not applicable during phase change). Specific heat of water is used as the base reference and is one (1); so one Btu will raise one pound of water one degree Fahrenheit. For example the specific heat of aluminum is .2, so one Btu will raise the temperature of one pound of aluminum 5F. Latent heat: Energy added to (or subtracted from) a mass that causes a phase change with no change in temperature. Latent heat is

hidden heat that a thermometer doesnt measure. Latent heat of vaporization is the heat required to phase change a pound of liquid to a pound of vapor. Usually figured in Btus per pound of fluid at a specific pressure. Latent heat of condensation is identical to latent heat of vaporization, only it is the heat that a fluid must lose to turn from a vapor to a liquid, again at constant pressure, the fluid also remains at a constant temperature during this phase change. Enthalpy: Total amount of heat of a mass. This includes both sensible and latent heat. Specific enthalpy: is the total heat, measured in Btus per pound (Btu/lb). Usually calculated from a base of -40F for refrigeration fluids. Entropy: Total amount of heat in one pound of a mass, per degree Kelvin. This includes both sensible and latent heat. Entropy is usually calculated from a base of -40F for refrigeration fluids. Entropy is a property of a fluid, just like mass, temperature, vapor pressure, etc. This property of a fluid is of great help to thermodynamics because it allows easy calculations of the change in heat from one point to another in a cycle. Total Entropy down to absolute zero is a meaningless value. The only meaningful use of entropy is to figure the change in entropy between two points in a thermodynamic cycle. / H.E.A.T. Technology, Book 3

Entropy allows us to figure how much heat we have added to (or subtracted from) a pound of fluid between any two particular temperatures. To re-state the above paragraph. Heat is energy, entropy allows us to know how much energy difference there is between any two points in a cycle. This allows us to know how much energy that is in the cycle we can have as potential energy that we can turn into mechanical energy. Entropy is calculated as the total heat per R and thus calculations using entropy must be done in degrees Rankine. Entropy is calculated for all the fluids well be using and is available in charts, to make our job easy and exact. Isothermal expansion and contraction: Action which takes
1 0 0 0R

place without a temperature change. This usually happens during phase change of a refrigerant fluid. Can also mean that energy is added or subtracted from a vapor while the vapor is free to expand or contract. Adiabatic: Adiabatic process or property allows the vapor to be expanded or contracted (compressed) without absorbing heat from outside or without transferring heat out of the vapor. Also referred to as Isentropic (constant entropy) process. Any work performed in an adiabatic process comes from the energy IN THE FLUID! Energy can be transferred out of the vapor without transferring heat out, if the energy is taken out as mechanical energy (see First Law of Thermodynamics). First Law of Thermodynamics: Energy cannot be created or destroyed, it can only be changed in form. Heat and mechanical energy are mutually convertible; for example 1 Btu = 778 ft/lbs. Second Law of Thermodynamics: Heat will only flow from a mass at a certain temperature to another mass which is at a lower temperature. Carnot Efficiency rating: Simply divide the cycle change in temperature (in degrees Rankine) by the cycle high temperature (in degrees Rankine). 0F = 460R. For example; a Rankine cycle operating between high temperature (TH) of 800R (340F) and low temperature (TL) of 540R (80F), would have a Carnot efficiency of 32.5% ((800-540)/800). If you increased the high temperature or

decreased the low temperature, you would increase the CARNOT EFFICIENCY. The whole point of the Carnot efficiency rating is to recognize that a fluid at any given temperature contains a certain amount of heat energy and til the fluid reaches absolute zero, it still contains some heat energy. If you wish to get all the heat energy out of a fluid, you must cool it to absolute zero. Cooling to absolute zero would be 100% Carnot efficient. If the cycle doesnt cool the fluid to absolute zero, it is somewhat less than 100% efficient. Thermodynamic Cycle efficiency: Here we are concerned with how much potential energy is available to us (energy out as work) for the energy that we put into the cycle (energy in as heat). This point is EXTREMELY CRITICAL. I cant stress it enough. Some People, including myself (till I learned), think that if you have an engine of 50% efficiency, it will take 50% of the TOTAL HEAT put into the cycle and convert that 50% to mechanical energy. This is WRONG THINKING. In reality, only a portion of the heat going through a thermodynamic system is available (as potential) for creating mechanical energy in an engine. And of that potential we get only what the engine efficiency allows us. Again I say, this point is of VAST IMPORTANCE. We cannot design efficient thermodynamic systems if we dont understand this point. Because of the working characteristics of our fluids and the conditions under which our 3

8 0 0R = 340F = T H 7 5 0R

5 4 0R = 80F = T L 5 0 0R

Carnot Efficiency Chart

2 5 0R


Zero Rankine = -460F Fig. 1

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thermodynamic cycles operate; only a PORTION of the heat put into the cycle is available to be turned into mechanical energy. This is called THERMODYNAMIC EFFICIENCY. PLEASE REMEMBER THIS, because I will be showing you several ways, both theoretical and practical, to increase the efficiency of both heat pumps and power systems. You will learn the conditions under which you can get the most efficiency and how to figure the maximum efficiencies of any particular set of conditions. For example; in a typical Rankine cycle steam power plant (with condenser), a pound of water is heated from TL of 80F (540R) to TH of 340F (800R) adding 1142.11 Btu/lb (263.11 Btu/lb as sensible heat (A to B) and 879 Btu/lb as latent heat (B to C) to make steam at 118 psia).

Total Heat available in the working fluid. Thermodynamic charts do not show all the available heat. In the case of water/steam, the charts choose a reference of 32F and call the Enthalpy" zero Btu/lb." They know their engines will not work if the fluid is solid (ice), so they ignore the heat in the fluid below it's freezing temperature. Heat put into the thermodynamic cycle. This is all the sensible and latent heat that was added to the fluid (points A-B-C). This heat is figured in Btu/lb. In our example, this is 1142.11 Btu/lb. Percentage of heat (Btu/lb) that is available to turn into mechanical energy. EXTREMELY IMPORTANT. Different thermodynamic cycles and cycle conditions vastly vary the amount of energy that can be converted to mechanical energy. (Thermodynamic cycle efficiency) in our example (typical steam generation plant), we have a potential of about 29% of the 1142.11 Btu/lb (which is 334.27 Btu/lb). Percentage of potential energy that the engine actually turns into mechanical energy, (engine efficiency). In our example, 167.135 Btu/lb.
Fig. 3

This would be a thermodynamic cycle efficiency of 29% (334.27/1142.11). DID YOU CATCH THAT? I used the entropy word. Understanding entropy AND HOW ITS USED is the KEY to understanding and designing efficient thermodynamic systems. Re-read the definition of entropy if you are not clear on it.

wish to know the enthalpy difference between points C and D, so we know how much of the total heat input (A-B-C) will be available for our turbine. Since our conventional steam turbines work on changing fluid mass/pressure (potential energy) to mass/velocity (kinetic energy) by allowing the fluid to expand through special nozzles from a higher pressure to a lower pressure, and then mass/velocity to mechanical energy (also kinetic energy) by allowing the high speed fluid to strike against blades; then we can only get the work of the expanding fluid, which is considered to be a constant


Btu/lb/R Fig. 2

If we follow a constant entropy line (100% turbine efficiency) from point C to point D, we find a potential difference of 334.27 Btu/lb; thus wed have to eject 807.84 Btu/lb out of the condenser.

Conventional thermodynamics allows that when you move from TH at a certain entropy (and enthalpy) to TL at the same entropy (but less enthalpy), you can figure the potential energy by the enthalpy difference! Note that it is extremely difficult to tell the theoretical potential enthalpy (heat energy) difference between two points in the cycle, unless you know the ENTROPY difference. In our example, we / H.E.A.T. Technology, Book 3

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The most practical thermodynamic cycle for H.E.A.T. technology. The Wise Cycle is designed to drive a simple engine using air and water as the drive fluids.
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George Wiseman

Wise Cycle, Thermodynamic Report 1

Nov., 15, 1995, Nov., 2009 George Wiseman. As any thermodynamic expert can tell you, for the temperatures and fluids we are using, the Rankine cycle is very inefficient for turning heat energy into mechanical energy. The heat required to go back and forth through the latent heat of vaporization is the major cause of the inefficiency. You end up moving a lot of heat through the cycle with only a little of it able to actually power your engine. It is possible to eliminate this efficiency loss from a thermodynamic cycle. Ordinary power engineers have trouble doing this because they were trained and work with the Rankine cycle, they honestly believe that the only way to pressurize the fluid for low enthalpy return to the boiler is to liquefy it. They think that compressing a gas will take up all the power they gained by releasing the pressure. The key to the Wise thermodynamic power cycle is to remember is that actual work is done with HEAT, not pressure. Whenever a gas goes from a higher to a lower pressure, it cools because of constant entropy; you are taking work (enthalpy heat) out. And/or because the same heat now occupies a greater area (Boyles Law) with the same number of molecules (thus there are fewer molecules of the same energy per unit volume and the temperature decreases). It is the HEAT in the gas (energy of moving molecules) that does work, not the pressure of the gas. Pressure is a side effect of heat

and vapor density. It is confusing to most people who experience pressure differences, because they know pressure does work, they can see and feel it happen. What they dont see and must measure, is that the exhaust gas of an expander is colder than the input gas. It is this temperature change that indicates the exact work that was done. Example: compressed air in a tank at 180 psig and 70F will, when released into normal atmosphere at 70F and 0 psig, come out of the hose considerably cooler than 70F. It is possible to get temperatures below -20F. Of course, the cold air quickly absorbs heat from the surrounding air and warms back up to 70F, but the point of the example is to show that there will be a temperature drop when a pressurized gas has its pressure released. There would be an additional enthalpy drop (less heat available for final gas expansion) if the air was used to do work (run a power tool). Remember, the end temperature will still be the same whether you run an engine or not, but the final volume of the gas at the lower pressure will be less if you did operate an engine. This is because the energy used to power the engine is now missing from the gas and therefor the gas is cooled and contracts in volume. An example in refrigeration terms (we are talking heat pump R-290 Vapor Properties: Point A

cycle now): Refrigeration experts generally follow the line of constant entropy in their P/E charts to determine (by change in enthalpy) how much work the compressor will use to pump a vapor from the low pressure, low temperature (point C on my R-290 chart) to the high pressure, high temperature (point B on my chart). In this case the line of constant entropy is about 1.4245. In a refrigeration cycle, to go from point C to point B, would take 43.25 Btu/lb of gas pumped. This is called a constant entropy line and is the minimum work that would be required to pump a gas from the properties of point C to point B. Note that in a power cycle, we would get that energy back if we expanded the gas from point B to point C. The point refrigeration people miss, because they are trained to miss it; is that if you use your compressor to pump the gas from point C to point A, we have an increase in pressure with extremely little work done (small enthalpy) by the compressor. The trick is to compress the gas at constant enthalpy or better yet, at constant temperature (negative enthalpy). This means you must remove the heat from the gas as it tries to heat up due to compression (Boyles Law). In this example, if you can arrive at the higher pressure with a temperature no greater than about

Point B

Point C

Pressure . . . . . . . 160 psia . . . . . . . . 160 psia . . . . . . . 25 psia Temperature . . . 90F . . . . . . . . . . 180F . . . . . . . . . 60F Vapor enthalpy . 401.42 Btu/lb . . . . 445.87 Btu/lb . . . 402.62 Btu/lb Vapor entropy . . 1.3466 Btu/lb/R . . 1.4245 Btu/lb/R . 1.4249 Btu/lb/R Vapor density . . 1.4858 lb/ft3 . . . . 1.1543 lb/ft3 . . . . .20437 lb/ft3 Vapor volume . . .6730 ft3/lb . . . . . .8663 ft3/lb . . . . 4.8931 ft3/lb
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George Wiseman is the founder and president of Eagle-Research, a non-profit organization that develops and distributes energy-saving solutions. He is multi-talented and multi-degreed, but singular in his mission: to promote self-sufficiency at the individual level by discovering and sharing the best, all-around, practical solutions. George attributes his self-reliance, resourcefulness and commitment to our natural environment, to his rural roots. Dad didnt believe in having any equipment on the place (hobby farms in Montana, Oregon, Alaska and finally a ranch in British Columbia) that we couldnt fix ourselves. We had running water if we ran and got it. And electricity was something that came in batteries. His farmgrown, western cowboy philosophy combine well with his inventor persona to create a world-class visionary. He takes the hand-up rather than the hand-out approach to everything. Since 1984, George has been making his living as an inventor and author. His fuel-savers have gained him a worldwide following of satisfied consumers who eagerly pursue his work for new offerings. George continues to impress his customers, peers and competition with practical innovations that can be successfully home-built. His latest product, the ERxxxx WaterTorch, is making great waves in dozens of industries around the globe. As much as anything, its his commitment to patentfree technology development that has earned George Wiseman a champion reputation. Openly sharing research findings benefits everyone by constantly elevating the standards of viable energy solutions. Georges work has been featured on radio and in newspapers around North America and at many alternative energy gatherings including the International Tesla Society Symposiums and Exotic Research Conferences. He lives with his bride, Tenaj, and their brood of cats, in a lush valley of the Rocky Mountains. Individuals wishing to participate in the project may access the required reading list, that will be updated from time-to-time, on the Eagle-Research website: ( Comments and/or contributions are invited from anyone who is committed to cultivating dream seeds. Nay-sayers are better not to waste their time. Negative input will be wholeheartedly disregarded.

Too low they build, who build beneath the stars. - Edward Young -

We appreciate your contributions. Your input helps us further develop these technologies into more and better practical solutions. Remember though, we are a non-profit organization putting our time and money primarily toward research. There is seldom anyone in the office to answer the phone. For budget reasons, we usually do not return long-distance calls unless calling collect. We prefer to have customers contact us by email, FAX or letter.

Orders are filled first. Mail is answered when possible. Send orders and technical questions in separate correspondence or your order may be delayed. If your calculations are incorrect or there is missing information and we cannot reach you by email, we will have to wait until you contact us before we can process your order.

Eagle-Research (George Wiseman) in cooperation with Being Unlimited (Tenaj DaCosta Wiseman) are in the initial stages of creating their ultimate dream. They envision a world-renowned educational energy centre designed to find, develop and harness the unique genius inside each of us. The centre will be open to all sorts of creative-thinkers in their respective fields: inventors; writers; healing arts practitioners; feng shui specialists; architects; illustrators; horticulturalists; fitness experts


George Wiseman is available for a limited number of speaking engagements each year. For consideration of your next event, FAX details to Eagle-Research, at least three months in advance.

All Eagle-Research products are sold with a money back guarantee. If you are dissatisfied for any reason, return the product(s) within 60 days of receipt for a full refund of the product(s) price.