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Isothermal compression with the hydraulic air compressor

Isothermal compression with the hydraulic air compressor

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There is some recent research on the hydraulic air compressor. The HAC is important because it is the only practical isothermal compressor we know of. The first two links are about a Taylor-type HAC:

http://www.sudburyminingsolutions.com/second-wind-...

http://www.electrale.com/

The company below is working on a different method for achieving hydraulic isothermal compression:

http://carnotcompression.com/

The HAC could improve power generation efficiency. It might make solar-powered air conditioning practical without using CFCs or other harmful chemicals, just water and air. There are many possibilities as indicated in the websites listed above.

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