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Research Paper | Automobiles | Russia | Volume 10 Issue 3, March 2021
Electromobiles that Extract Heat from the Air and Require No Charging: The Entropy Increase Law Does Not Prohibit This
Abstract: Electromobiles protect the biosphere in places of human residence. Globally, they destroy it, as the electrical energy they consumed is extracted using dirty energy carriers. This article suggests learning the electromobiles to generate electrical energy in eco-friendly way, extracting heat from the air. Specifically, we suggest to equip the electromobiles with the Or lov and etc. installation, which schematically is a converging tube where the air flow is by itself accelerated and, according to the Bernoulli equation, is cooled; and its narrow end contains the electrical energy generating turbine. The problem is that the Orlovand etc. installation is prohibited by the entropy increase law due to the flow entropy decrease during its operation. However, it is important that actually in this case the Clausius entropy, i. e. thermal entropy, decreases. The thermal and total entropy increase laws are different laws that separately require verification. Planck, Fermi et al. indicatedthe cases of total conversion of heat into other forms of energy accompanied by thermal entropy decrease. These cases, proving invalidity of the thermal entropy increase law, admit transition to electromobiles with air heat traction. As well as transition of water transport to ship's electric engines with water heat traction.
Keywords: Bernoulli's equation, thermal entropy increase law, total entropy increase law, cooling of our Metagalaxy, isothermal expansion of gas
Edition: Volume 10 Issue 3, March 2021,
Pages: 1584 - 1587
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