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blog link Edit

http://thefraserdomain.typepad.com/energy/2005/08/about_dishengin.html


Books Edit

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↑ Dieter Viebach: The Stirling engine: simply explained and easily assembled, ökobuch-Verlag, ISBN 3-922964-70-2 (first edition 1998), p. 82 ntroduction to Stirling engine technology, a 0.5 kW experimental engine presented plans for 3 Models without turning and milling work for students and trainees.

www.bsrsolar.com Edit

http://www.bsrsolar.com

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BSRsolar's low-temperature Stirling engine is powered by unconcentrated solar radiation. The first application is the solar-thermal pumping system SUN PULSE TM water. The first application is the solar-thermal water pumping system SUN PULSE TM.

The absorber surface of about 3 square meters converts the solar radiation into heat of about 100°C inside the engine at the hot end whereas the temperature at the cold side is kept at about 30°C. The absorber surface of about 3 square meters converts the solar radiation into heat of about 100 ° C inside the engine at the hot end Whereas the temperature at the cold side is kept at about 30 ° C. Thus, according to the Law of Carnot, the engine can ideally achieve the efficiency of 19% of which it realizes about 70%, thus achieving an efficiency of 13%. Thus, according to the Law of Carnot, the engine can ideally Achieve the efficiency of 19% of Which it realize about 70%, Thus to achieving efficiency of 13%.

Buderus stirling engine Edit

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Bosch Thermo technology is driving the development of innovative energy systems is continuing: the brand Buderus out by both Stirling heaters and now in its second generation of gas heat pumps field tests.

Bis zu 70 Stirling-Heizgeräte werden von Buderus ab 2009 in Deutschland im Feldtest eingesetzt. Up to 70 Stirling heaters by Buderus from 2009 for Germany in the field test. Die Kompaktheizzentralen mit integriertem Schichtladespeicher bestehen aus einem Stirling-Motor und einem zusätzlichen Gas-Brennwertkessel. The compact heating systems with integrated load memory layer consists of a Stirling engine and an additional gas-fired condensing boilers. Die Geräte heizen nicht nur den Wohnraum und erzeugen warmes Wasser, sondern decken gleichzeitig den Grundbedarf an Strom in Ein- und Zweifamilienhäusern – dank der Kraft-Wärme-Kopplung: Ein Gasbrenner erzeugt eine temperaturbedingte Druckwelle in einem hermetisch verschlossenen Gehäuse. The devices not only heat the living space and produce hot water, but also satisfying the basic needs for electricity in one-and two-family homes - thanks to the combined heat and power: a gas burner produces a temperature-induced pressure wave in a hermetically sealed housing. Die Druckwelle setzt einen Arbeitskolben in dem Gehäuse in Bewegung. The pressure wave is a working piston in the housing to move. Ein Generator wandelt diese Kolbenbewegung in Elektrizität um und erzeugt so Strom. A generator converts the reciprocating motion into electricity, producing electricity. Auf diese Weise lassen sich die Stromkosten deutlich reduzieren, ein Haushalt kann etwa die Hälfte seines Strombedarfs mit dem Gerät decken. In this way, the electricity costs are reduced significantly, a budget can cover about half of its electricity with the device. Bei der dezentralen Energieerzeugung mittels Stirling-Technologie wird die Abwärme der Stromerzeugung fast komplett zur Beheizung des Wohngebäudes genutzt und ein Gesamtwirkungsgrad von bis zu 95 Prozent erreicht. In decentralized power generation using Stirling technology, the waste heat of generation is almost completely used for heating of the building, achieving an overall efficiency up to 95 percent. Dementsprechend gering sind auch die CO2-Emissionen. Accordingly, there are few CO2 emissions. Der Serienstart des Stirling-Heizgeräts ist für das Jahr 2011 geplant. Series production of the Stirling engine heater is planned for 2011.


Baxi stirling Edit

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De Dietrich Remeha Stirling Edit

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Academic project Edit

Beniga, K., et al., “Performance Results for the SAIC/STM Prototype Dish/Stirling Systems,” Proceedings of the 1997 ASME International Solar Energy Conference, Washington DE (1997).

Sunflower solar collector and Raytracker Edit

PV cells with FresnelLens combination.

Department of energy Edit

Government site on solar energy

sdfsdf Edit

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/0038092X Solar energy journal

Stirling Thermal Motors Edit

Get patents under name Stirling Thermal Motors Stirling Thermal Motors has recently been renamed as STM Power In will impact on patent name

The STM 4-120 Stirling Engine is the result of 15 years of Stirling engine development at Stirling Thermal Motors Inc. (STM) in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA. The four cylinder, double acting STM 4-120 engine (4 cylinders each with a displacement of 120 cm3) is designed to meet industrial as well as automotive specifications. The designers claim a fuel efficiency equivalent to a Diesel engine, with ultra-low emissions and up to 90% less noise than a Diesel engine. The ST 4-120 uses a variable swashplate to change the stroke, and so in turn change the power at constant working gas pressure. This gives


STM Power Inc. is a developer of on-site, electricity and cogen systems using a proprietary four-cylinder adaptation of external heat (Stirling-cycle) engine technology. The Company refers to its products as PowerUnits. The Company believes that electricity and heat produced by its PowerUnits are expected to be more economical than other energy conversion technologies (fuel cells, microturbines and photovoltaic systems) competing in the distributed generation ("DG") market. A 25 kW PowerUnit, which is based on the STM 4-120 engine, began testing in December 1999. A renewable DG product, the SunDish Solar system, has already been installed in five test facilities. To date, approximately $40 million has been invested in the Company.

Another product will be the 10 kW PowerUnit, based on the STM 4-70 engine, which is being developed as an adaptation of the engine that was built in conjunction with General Motors Corporation for use in GM's hybrid electric car. Re-configured as a PowerUnit, it will be designed to deliver a rated capacity of 10 kW of electricity and 66,000 Btu per hour of heat. The 10 kW PowerUnit will measure approximately 3ft by 3ft by 2ft (about the size of a small residential air conditioning unit). Development of the 10 kW PowerUnit is estimated to begin in 2002.

Academic references Edit

http://www.patentstorm.us/patents/7134279/description.html

  1. Solar Kinetics, Inc. Innovative Concentrator Panels (Schertz, P.T., 1986, “Design of a Point-Focus Concentrator,” Proceedings of the Solar Thermal Technology Conference, Diver, R.B. (ed.), SAND 86-0536, Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, NM.).
  2. General Electric Parabolic Dish Concentrator (the PDC-1 used a reflective film) (Sobczak, I.F., Pons, R.L., Thostesen, T., 1982, “Development Status of The PDC-1 Parabolic Dish Concentrator,” Parabolic Dish Solar Thermal Power Annual Program Review Proceedings, DOE/JPL-1060-52, Pasadena, CA.
  3. Diver, R.B., et al., “Sandwich Construction Solar Structural Facets,” 1999 ASME International Solar Energy Conference, Maui, HI, Apr. 11-14, 1999.
  4. Argoud, M.J., “Test Bed Concentrator Mirrors,” Proceedings of the First Semiannual Distributed Receiver Systems Program Review, DOE/Jet Propulsion Laboratory—1060-33, Pasadena, CA (1980).
  5. Bean, J.R., et al., “Technical Status of the Dish/Stirling Joint Venture Program,” Proceedings of the 30th Intersociety Energy Conversion Engineering Conference, Paper No. 95-202, Orlando FL (1995).
  6. Beniga, K., et al., “An Improved Design for Stretched-Membrane Heliostats,” Sandia Corporation, SAND89-7027, Albuquerque NM (1989).
  7. Beniga, K., et al., “Performance Results for the SAIC/STM Prototype Dish/Stirling Systems,” Proceedings of the 1997 ASME International Solar Energy Conference, Washington DE (1997).
  8. Gill, S.R., “Fabrication of Four Focusing Solar Collector Segments of Widely Differing Geometries from Fiber-Reinforced Polymer Honeycomb Composite Panels,” Sandia National Laboratories Final Report, Albuquerque NM (Apr. 17, 1997).
  9. McDonnell Douglas “NREL Final Report—Solar Thermal Component Manufacturing for Near-Term Marketes,” Boeing Company, Subcontract ZAP5-15299-02, Golden CO (Apr. 1998).
  10. Overly, P.T., “Innovative Point Focus Solar Design, Task 1, 2a, Topical Report,” DOE-AL/23711-1, Albuquerque NM (1985).
  11. Saydah, A.R., et al., “Final Report on Test of STEP, Shenandoah Parabolic Dish Solar Collector Quadrant Facility,” Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque NM, SAND82-7153 (Apr. 1983).

Academic books on stirling Edit

  1. Walker, G., “Stirling-cycle machines”, 1973, pp. 121-130, University of Calgary, Canada, Clarendon Press-Oxford.
  2. Martini, W.R., “Test on a 4U Tube Heat Operated Heat Pump.” 18th Intersociety Energy Conversion Engineering Conference—“Energy for the Marketplace,” Orlando Florida, Aug. 21-26, 1983, vol. 2, pp. 872-874.


West, C.D., ‘Principles and Applications of Stirling Engines’, 1986, pp. 63-67; 91-94; 205-206; and 209-216, Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, New York.

Walker, G., ‘Stirling Engines’, 1980, pp. 263-266, Oxford University Press, Bath, Great Britain.

Curved glass douglas E. Wood Edit

http://www.patentstorm.us/patents/4372772/fulltext.html

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