**I would like to add a few graphics that illustrate the important relationships in the aggregate.**

**The attached chart 1 I depicted relation - power on aggregate (P) to flow on the pumps (Fp). Taking into account that the capacity of the transformers of thermal energy into mechanical energy (TTEME -turbine; cylinders with pistons) have permanent capacity depending on the chosen arrangement of the engine - the size and number of TTEME (1).**

**Let us set an external force best temperature norm to device - reducing temperature in each evaporator (3) from ambient temperature (in 3a) to the boiling point (in 3x) of the working substance. It is assumed that when we charging the unit with liquid working substance, or has not worked for a long time, the temperature in all evaporators (3) will be equal to the ambient temperature due to unavoidable heat exchange with her (not 100% heat insulation).**

**2.At zero flow on pumps (4) initially motor shaft will rotate, but will begin to stop because the first evaporators (3) will begin to cool themself, and the forces acting on the motor shaft will balance, considering that the first evaporators will push, and the last will suck (suction of liquid close to the boiling point will appear opposite the useful force). After some cooling the forces will equalize and drive shaft will stop rotating.**

**With increasing flow of the pumps (4) will prevent coolings the first evaporators - will score the energy obtained from the environment. At any flow rate of the pumps (4) will achieve an optimal temperature norms of the evaporators (3) of the unit - temperature be reduced from ambient temperature (in 3a) to the boiling temperature of the working substance (in 3x) (diagram 1). This will be the optimal flow of a pumps (4) - the unit produce a best power.**

**We can conclude - flow of pumps (4) (mass on entry working substance / exiting working substance - m on formula for a power of unit) depends on the capacity of TTEME. As are larger and more numerous TTEME- the power output of the unit will be greater (assuming that the external heat exchanger (9) have sufficient capacity).**

**Because I could not judge how accurate is this chart (diagram1), I am not describe things in the patent with its help. I assumed that the practice will show identical charts. So I described the options with the best power.**

**I say that for each working substance, at suitable flow on pumps, if TTEME calculated so that at a given temperature of the environment if we take more energy from working substance before to proceed to closing the cycle (to liquefy the gaseous working substance) will have useful mechanical energy!**

**Thermal insulation, many couples evaporators and TTEME will make possible the transformation of environmental heat into mechanical energy.**

**In this we do not need nature to give us a temperature differences - we will create the cold part.**

**Chart 2 I have formed the temperature of the first (3a) evaporator to flow pumps.**

**Chart 3 I drew last evaporator temperature (3x) to flow pumps.**

**Chart 4 I have depicted the last evaporator temperature (3x) to flow pump and with increasing flow on compressor (15) of system for redistributing heat -SRH. This chart is controversial. I assumed that with the help of the compressor on SRH (15) will be able to increase the pump flow and the work of SRHs will prevent the temperature to increase in cold part (3x). So I can increase power output.**

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