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Solar Stirling Engine

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Uploaded on Nov 11, 2007

Solar Stirling Engine with parabola mirror
Consists:
- Stirling Engine GT03/S
- black absorbent ring
- Flywheel d=70mm (= 2.75 Inch)
- parabola mirror d=470 mm (= 18.5 Inch)
- angle supports
- tripod
The simple-functioning Stirling Motor has a piston in the 90° V-configuration and a balanced and quiet operation at over 1000 U/min. In order to visually monitor any of the movements in the apparatus, an emphasis was put on operational transparency was designed into GT03. In accordance with this consideration, the pressurization cylinder, displacement cylinder, and displacing piston consist of a specially designated glass, and the flywheel and gear case of Plexiglas.

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