High-Power Thermoacoustic Refrigerator
Garrett, Steven L.
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A high-power thermoacoustic refrigerator including a haIfwave length resonator, first and second drivers located in housings at first and second ends of said resonator, two pusher cones, a plurality of heat exchangers, a first and second stack, utilizing a compressible gas mixture capable of being tuned to the driver resonance frequency, a haIfwave length tube, fluids disposed within said heat exchangers for transferring heat, and voice coils wired 180 degrees out of phase for compressing said compressible fluid into a standing wave oscillating within said resonator.
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