The Automotive Stirling Engine—Prime Mover for a Nonresidential Heat Pump 810087

This paper considers the state of technical progress of the Stirling engine being developed under a DOE funded program for the automotive application, and describes the translation of this technology to a product opportunity in non-residential heat-activated heat pumps. A rationale defining the logic for such an Automotive Stirling Engine Derivative Heat Pump (ASEDHP) product, the market level, and the system approach will be briefly discussed.


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