Max Kennedy wrote:The main problem with nitinol engines is durability. Though it can be built they don't last. There was a lot of research into this at one time.
Michal Byrne wrote:Hi guys,
Why do you think Nitinol motor is a "free energy" device, much less a suppressed one? It requires two separate temp sources (hot source & cold sink), as such, it is a variation of thermodynamic engine... it is no more "free energy", than your average diesel . Now, it could potentially run on waste heat, but "free energy" it is not!