Anastasia Asmankina, Sergiy Korolevsky, Marina Loriia, Oleksiy Tselishchev, Andriy Zhydkov


Modern European and Scandinavian countries have advanced very far in the development and application of alternative energy sources. The goal of all modern developments is quality improvement and reducing production costs. The precedent of increasing tariffs for utilities is one of the main problems, so there is a need to create non-volatile, autonomous systems that will be controlled and managed remotely. The creation of combined systems that can operate remotely and independently of direct energy resources will lead to a significant increase in the level of protection from the instability of temperature fluctuations and differences in the electrical network.

The present invention relates to heat engineering, in particular to methods and apparatus for generating heat generated differently from combustion of fuel, and can be used in a heating and hot water supply system for residential and industrial premises, as well as for preheating and improving the rheological properties of oil and petroleum products. The presence of sensors in this system allows to monitor, regulate and signal its status, and also allows to set the necessary parameters.


hydrodynamic unit; refrigerant; thermal coefficient; truncated cones; hydrodynamic cavitation reactor

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