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Solar powered Stirling engine runs at 1000rpm [Project]
posted January 28 2013 18:35.23 by Giorgos Lazaridis




After the overpowered 6-cylinder Stirling engine that i featured some time ago, here is another interesting idea, inspiring and ... green. This Stirling engine runs on sunlight! A fresnel lens concentrates the sun light and creates enough heat to run this engine at 1000 rpm. Time to wake up your creativity!



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