Browse Publications Technical Papers 1999-01-2502
1999-08-02

PROPOSAL AND BASIC EXPERIMENTS OF SUPER STIRLING ENGINES 1999-01-2502

“Super Stirling Engine” is a Stirling engine assisted by saturated low pressure steam or compressed air of 0.2 ∼ 0.8 Mpa pressure range, which is injected into the cold side of the displacer cylinder at the top dead center of the power piston, and the steam or air expands into power cylinder at constant high temperature after passing regenerator and heater. Near the bottom dead center of the power piston, the steam or air is ejected to outside in low temperature after passing the regenerator again as same as Stirling engine. So, this engine works in the combination of Stirling cycle and steam Rankine cycle when steam is used.

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