Turbo system

The turbo system positioned on the lower connection to the machine houses three components: the compressor, the turbine and the generator. If the energy conversion in the T-cell is considered in linear sequence, it begins with the compressor, which compresses the fresh intake air and thus improves the efficiency of the system.

After passing through the fuel cell, the hot combustion gases are then expanded by the turbine. This expansion drives the input-powered compressor and a high-energy magnet. As part of a generator, the high-energy magnet on air bearings, driven by the turbine, forms the second power-generating component of the T-cell and delivers high-frequency alternating current.