Can a screw such as the one below be used as an air engine in pressure range between 700 kPa and 2500 kPa
on other words Can I reverse compression process with a screw to work as air engine
Some processes are reversible, but this one isn't. When a compressor compresses a fluid, it can do so via increasing the stream velocity (such as a piston or a rotor), or it can do by increasing the pressure/density from direct compression (such as a peristaltic pump). The first is reversible - the high stream velocity can push back on the solid object, slowing down, and transferring momentum back into a shaft. The second is irreversible - the high pressure fluid can't compress the in-compressible solid and get it to move preferentially in one direction.