Author Topic: Rocker V Stirling Engine  (Read 14089 times)

Offline MJM460

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Re: Rocker V Stirling Engine
« Reply #75 on: July 11, 2018, 10:40:46 AM »
Hi Plani, 103 watts seems about the right order of magnitude for that single wick compared with what I use for my oscillating engines.  I suspect that efficiency is way higher than the steam engines are achieving, though to make a real measurement is the reason for my interest in your dynamometer.  So far I have done the adiabatic calculations which give a limit for an ideal engine, but I have no idea how much power is lost in friction and so on.

I need to make that dyno.

The more I learn, the more I find that I still have to learn!