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Fluidyne/Liquid Piston - Stirling Motor.AVI

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Uploaded on Sep 5, 2010

Due to some technical difficulties I have no audio with this video I was using the Nikon 5700 in Movie Mode the audio had constant clicking noise that was very annoying. I hope to be purchasing a camcorder shortly.
This is a Stirling engine I built a few years ago March 21, 2007 to be exact. The red dot is the point the infrared thermometer is reading. The HOT side is a 10 watt cermaic resistor with 12 vdc applied. The TEE fitting on top with valve is there just for filling purposes. The right side is the COLD head and the far right is the tuning tube. After a few hours of operation the clear PVC melted, but I was able to view the principle. It is crude in construction but very interesting it is completely silent in it's operation. I built this one to learn about the properties of the Stirling.
I will be posting more videos in the future. Please feel free to comment and vote if you liked or disliked, I won't be offended.

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