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Stirling cycle machine

The purpose of this device is to familiarize with the Stirling cycle and the principles of its operation.
The working of the Stirling engine was first developed by Robert Stirling in 1816. He expressed. According to his definition, this device is able to convert thermal energy directly into mechanical energy, which is done without using chemical processes. Of course, according to the second law of thermodynamics, this process must be accompanied by heat exchange with a cold source. The Stirling cycle consists of two constant volume processes and two constant temperature processes. In recent years, Stirling cycle engines have been recovered as external combustion.

Description

• The ability to adjust the amount of input energy
• Steel housing including cylinder, piston, mobile wheel and connecting rod
• Electric heating system to produce warm air
• The device has teaching power point, student agenda and calculation notebook
• The structure of the device has an electrostatic color
• Force measurement system to measure torque
• Digital voltmeter and ammeter to determine power consumption
• Measuring system distance using Atonics optocoupler sensor
• Display the number of laps using the display

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