Thursday, June 24, 2010

striling walking beam working engine

This is a set of plans for a Stirling “hot” air engine. It incorporates a “walking beam” to transfer mechanical actions from one part of the engine to the other. The walking beam is on the upper half of the engine and looks like an old weight scales. Walking beams were quite common on early steam engine of the 1800’s. In this research, a gamma-type, low-temperature differential (LTD) solar Stirling engine. Click the link and make a working model

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