John Yount: Working on a large water cooled #Stirling#Engine like this one again.
GREENPOWERSCIENCE: Working on a large water cooled #Stirling#Engine like this one again.
Alex jose: Good job Roja
badsaddamdotnet: use oil not water?
Pyotr Magpie: Did you try with larger flywheel and reducing gear (for higher speed) ?
abderrahmane abdoune: The ideal is to flatten the surface which receives sunlight
GREENPOWERSCIENCE: stirling solar electrcic
RPdigital: Why is it smoking? Is it too hot for Stirling and steam engine would be more reasonable?
jlw1911: Wow... that mirror is hot enough to discolor stainless.
Loki gerberian shepsky: Did you try it with your Fresnes Lens ? What the power output difference between lens and mirror ?
John Bostwick: Stirling Engines are great . If you want to get the Plans To Build your own Stirling Engine And Combine it with Solar Power - Go to Google and search for "Solar Stirling Info" Pick the first Result .
Yves Baggi: Hi,
why do all the stirlings I see here and elsewhere seem kinda toy sized? is it possible to get real power (~1kW) out of a stirling?
give a temp differenc and pressure, what are the ranges when we'd use steam engines vs stirling engines for power adn efficiency?
Alberta Aquaponics: Please advise me when you have the Sterlings for sale.
Piotr Skrent: i want to make something like HHO selfruning 4 inline cilinder stirling engine generator combined with water heating system and also the solar cel and wind generator to power my house. i think if i combined that with some car bateries and super capacitors it should be enough power to cut off from power line
mspider12: Let us know of a good solar or steam powered motor for power generation. Id love to add one to my solar setup. I was thinking of a solar boiler like, steam conversion of a lawn mower engine and a wind turbine motor with a grid tie mppt inverter. Id say alternator, but most require a charge to work vs creating power from a dead stop with no power to excite the coils.
aryies candlebaine: finally got around to seeing the video (college is time consuming), with this on other videos of yours that i have seen (making hydrogen) is it voltage, current, or watts that is needed to separate the hydrogen molecule?
this experiment would involve setting up a container with water, having solar panels to make the charge into the water, tricky part is to then be able to make enough/store it so that it can then power a generator, let me know what you think.
jahlove Conquet: bien penser
Link Knight: probably just die. the thing is, this is running, but probably couldn't handle much of a load. this is shown with no load on it from what i gather. people have a lot of hopes for stirling engines, and I've seen a very old one made to run a sewing machine that's still running today, but they ain't real powerful devices until you get REAL big ( and real expensive).
Link Knight: no way. some small petrol generators can't handle that. sure this is moving, but if he put it under load it is likely to slow RIGHT up. I've seen a bigger stirling engine from way back that was made to run a sewing machine.
Link Knight: not that much. coz the fresnel lens would already concentrate the light anyway. then the dish would basically do nothing. except possibly have a hole melted in it by the fresnel lens. its all about the size of the area of sunlight you get in the first place. so setting heaps of other mirrors/lens up at the dish would increase its power AS LONG AS you could keep it from melting the dish.
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