Cooler against overheating of Australia
The paper proposes a principle and presents an aerothermal system Land Coolers (cooler) for the correction of abnormal warming (climate) of the regions of Australia. The system generates high-altitude technogenic clouds over problem areas, using atmospheric moisture in the waters of the near seas, excessive thermal energy consumption of thermal and nuclear power plants, and the prevailing flow of high-altitude tropospheric winds. The cirrus-type umbrella cloud generated by the aerothermal cooler into the troposphere weakens the solar load and overheating of the problem areas of Australia. For the formation of high-altitude clouds over 6 km, the system employs a vertical steam-air jet from a coastal energy facility modified by an injector. It forms optically dense clouds of the upper and middle tier of the troposphere with an area of up to 100 thousand square kilometers, protecting the surface air from overheating and ensuring the availability of the territories of Australia to Pacific Ocean and Indian Ocean rains.