Olivier Quetier: Bonjour,
Je suis enseignant en mécanique dans un lycée, je souhaiterai vous transmettre des plans d'un moteur Stirling que nous allons réaliser cette année afin que vous me donniez votre avis sur les chances de réussite de notre projet. Vous pouvez me contacter sur la boite mail suivante : Olivier.Quetier@ac-dijon.fr
Sellos Semax: Not for nothing is so simple to follow the sun.
It takes a heliostat system very complex and expensive, and is still cheaper to put solar cells.
Do your research? Do you studied the problem ?
Do not waste people's time, advertising a stew of information that is useless, that is bullcrap . Seller of crap.
Chris workshop: Nowhere. There was only one piece. And it no longer exists today.
Chris workshop: it's alcohol at 90°. Pistons are in aluminium. The cylinders are in aluminium too but they are lined with brass has you can see at the begin of the video. The couple aluminium / brass work very well. Aluminium / bronze is very good too.
gibbo1112: beautiful flame colour! what fuel are you using for that?? Also, i have been considering designing and making one of these myself, what materials did you use for the bores and pistons?
shyboy2cute: where can i buy one?
jlw1911: I would be more than happy to aid in drawing anything up for you.
Chris workshop: Yes I know but it was not my goal. This engine was my first alpha type engine. It was a try from which I wanted to learn and understand how to improve it in order to build a better engine. And so on up to reach my ultimate goal which is to make a bigger engine able to provide about 2kw. But I am yet very very far from this goal. This is only a hobby. Unfortunately, I do not have much time to spend for that.
Chris workshop: Yes it's my design. But I don't have a complete and clean set of drawings for this engine. I often design on small pieces of paper which I don't take the time to update properly with the many modifications I do during the machining and the settings of the engines. You are a lot to ask me for the prints. I will do this job before long but I don't have the time right now. I inform you when it will be done.
jlw1911: Titou016, is this your design? If so would you sell or share your prints? If not where did you find this design?
brad hodge: Very simple thing to do...
use parabolic mirror to make heat
and make the string engine rotate
just like it is explained in this website
Chris workshop: It was a try. But the fins do not improve anything. A simple pipe works as well.
Stirling Engine - Moteur Stirling - Stirlingmotor (alpha type)5
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