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This Stirling Engine provides a whole watt of power
posted June 5 2011 19:19.47 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Doug made this powerful stirling engine for researching purposes. The engine is powered by a 59 watts electric heater and can deliver 1 watt of power. The mechanical torque it can deliver is 480 g-cm @ 240 Hz. The efficiency is not good, but this engine is for research purposes only. he frame. It is a good job no matter what.



[Link: solarheatengines]
Tags: fm/am   research   stirling engine   experiments   mechanical   motor   
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