A Dunking Bird of the Second Kind
American Journal of Physics
The conventional dunking bird is a heat engine that relies on the temperature difference between the head and the tail of the bird for its operation. We describe a new type of dunking bird that is not a heat engine, but one that directly uses the chemical potential difference between liquid water and its vapor. (C) 2004 American Association of Physics Teachers.
Abraham, Nadine and Palffy-Muhoray, Peter (2004). A Dunking Bird of the Second Kind. American Journal of Physics 72(6), 782-785. Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.kent.edu/cpippubs/4