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    Heat Transfer into a heat reservoir

    Please note that temperature will change the resistance of the conductor.
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    Friction heat generator

    Yes, doing something to either liquid or a gas. (putting aside the alternative of changing their phase(s). It is another case, however, but it would be interesting if a wind mill drived directly a heat pump (that is, its compressor)).
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    Friction heat generator

    And what heat, approximately, is generated when 1 kg of water falls from 1 m of height ?
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    Friction heat generator

    Melting a spot on a frozen pond in this way, Jim is, on my view, like scooping water with a sieve !
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    Friction heat generator

    But, finally, to put an end to the thread, why would not it work : the conversion of the wind energy directly into heat ?
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    Friction heat generator

    Thank you for your answers ! Will now know how "Joule" and "Calorie" relation has been established, but most importantly for me - that any matter can be stirred with the same final result.
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    Friction heat generator

    I was not wrongly thinking there could be found a substance in the process in qwestion in which output energy exceeded input one, but it looks like this.
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    Friction heat generator

    I was thinking that wind or wave energy can be transformed directly to heat (where we need just the heat). Electricity generators utilising wind or wave energy are inevitably losing some of it on its transformations. Only the power you would need to add to the system were for the controls and...
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    Friction heat generator

    Friction is phenomenon we try to avoid but it may be useful. Does anyone know about existing friction heat generators and what method they use ? Seemingly, solid matter does not suit as it pulverizes as well as wears out the generator parts. Probably, remains gas compression. There cannot be a...
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