thermal compressor

thermal compressor

[′thər·məl kəm′pres·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
A steam-jet ejector designed to compress steam at pressures above atmospheric.
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An alternative is the thermal compressor, a porous material that can absorb water vapour.
A thermal compressor retrieves the hydrogen by splitting water into its component elements--hydrogen and oxygen--via solar energy.
It also features a thermal compressor which can be used for stored use of the fuel cell to produce electrical charge, to propel the vehicle forward.