Dynamic Combustion Chamber

The Dynamic Combustion Chamber is an engine that allows for the combustion of gases in a vacuum or under pressure, eliminating the production of air pollutants. Combined with a clean renewable source of electricity, the Dynamic Combustion Chamber would serve as a battery to store and discharge electricity when needed. This would fill in the gaps that sources of electricity such as wind and solar have during different time periods, and replace peaker plants or fossil fuel based power plants which supply electricity to the grid when there is a shortage.

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