Atmospheric Sciences Seminar

December 6, 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Mānoa Campus, Marine Sciences Building, MSB 100

Renewable Energy Engineer's Approach to Louis Michaud's Atmospheric Vortex Engine (A.V.E)

Mr. Terrance J. Corrigan Jr.
Atmospheric Sciences Masters Student
Department of Atmospheric Sciences, S.O.E.S.T.
University of Hawaii at Manoa

Seminar Date: Wednesday, December 6, 2017
Refreshments: 2:30pm at MSB lanai
Free Cookies, Coffee & Tea Provided
(Please Bring Your Own Cup)
Seminar Time: 3:00pm
Location: Marine Sciences Building, MSB 100

Almost all energy creation processes, both renewable and non-renewable, have waste heat as a byproduct in some form. The U.S. Energy Information Agency states that the creation of waste heat constitutes about 60% of the total possible energy production created for end use. The application of the Atmospheric Vortex Engine to cooling tower processes, a current large contributor of waste heat, can utilize the convective potential of the atmosphere to more effectively disperse waste heat from a cooling tower into the atmosphere. This engine can reduce and or eliminate all parasitic energy loads of a power production facility, produce additional energy, and improve the overall efficiency of energy generation.

Event Sponsor
SOEST Atmospheric Sciences, Mānoa Campus

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