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stirling engine free piston




by oli 80 » 24/01/09, 18:58

good evening, i found videos of free piston engine stirlings, ie the displacer piston on the normal engines is replaced by a spring http://fr.youtube.com/watch?v=IZUTiwSj2 ... re=related and another video with a smaller model http://fr.youtube.com/watch?v=IxlRZd65R ... re=related

http://fr.youtube.com/watch?v=wuoYTWNm5 ... re=related

in the second video it is the heat of a coffee that activates the mechanism, so we could use this type of engine to actuate a piston pump as this video shows it

http://fr.youtube.com/watch?v=-6o9MOQg3 ... re=related
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by Remundo » 24/01/09, 19:14

Stirling is Beautiful, is not it?
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by Olivier22 » 24/01/09, 20:48

Hello
Last year I also did a project on the optimization of a Stirling engine but I had 6 months to do it so it was necessarily a little more complete : Mrgreen:

The super clear reference site on which there is almost everything (at least on the thermodynamic aspect): www.moteurstirling.com
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stirling engine for pump




by oli 80 » 25/01/09, 10:55

hello, looking at the stirling engine free piston, I immediately thought of this type of pump as shown in this video http://fr.youtube.com/watch?v=MDfG6nhfdkA this pump works almost like the hydraulic ram, except the idea is to remove the syteme with the diaphragm, (driving part) and to keep that the piston pump and to the rigor the spring and to replace the system (water hammer ) by a free-piston stirling motor, in short, remove the ariere from the pump and replace it with the hot-air motor
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by fthanron » 22/03/09, 09:40

Hello,

The engines and me it's two but as I have not found trace on the forum this micro cogeneration: Stirling Systems: http://stirling-systems.ch/fr/home.html , I post.

What do the experts think? O)

Bonne journée.
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by Remundo » 22/03/09, 11:14

Hi, this is a free piston Stirling used in cogeneration, with integrated burner.

Currently, "in principle", it is a good product (reliability / endurance data missing, only a few machines have been delivered).

But he has the immense merit of existing. There is virtually no offer in this area. : Idea:
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by Fidi » 11/08/09, 22:25

Hello,

I did some research on the Ericsson engine and I'm looking for someone who could check the equations of thermodynamics that I could ask to have a first idea of ​​the sizing of my machine before building it.

Thanking you in advance,

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site on ericsson engine




by oli 80 » 29/11/09, 14:14

Fidi wrote:Hello,

I did some research on the Ericsson engine and I'm looking for someone who could check the equations of thermodynamics that I could ask to have a first idea of ​​the sizing of my machine before building it.

Thanking you in advance,

Cdlt
hello here is a link that seems complete on this engine
http://www.moteurericsson.com/

another site http://www.blooo.fr/
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transmission




by oli 80 » 12/05/10, 21:53

good evening, here is a rather original transmission system
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YvtekHPz ... re=related

it changes the biele and the vibrequin, can work on a stirling, a vacuum motor and can be a motor éricsson
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by binbins4 » 15/08/10, 00:39

quite the crankshaft system of your video
Here are a on a base in the person of mower us, I'll try to contact him for info

I plan to make a heliostat stirling

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oWL-l27s ... re=related
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