We briefly describe the system’s process detail. For further details, please check the pdf attached below.
The mass of water that can be stored in the air increases significantly with temperature at the same relative humidity.
The ideal way to minimize cooling energy is thus to create a gas at high temperature and high relative humidity, then cool it, and finally reuse the cold air resulting from the process.
Subsequently, the air is dried and finally heated before being released into the atmosphere. The hot, dry air is released to trigger a whirlwind above the system. The system creating much more favorable conditions than the minimal natural conditions will trigger the phenomenon and maintain it. Whirlwinds are phenomena that generate at their base a pressure drop proportional to their height.
As a result, the system uses this pressure drop to circulate air through the system’s circuits, eliminating the need for electrical ventilation.