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Build a Hot Air Stirling Engine At Home
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Build an engine that runs on hot air only! You can build this hot air engine using tools and materials found around the home and workshop. A lathe is handy to have but defiantly not required to... More > successfully build this engine. Learn how hot air engines work and tackle experiments to make engines like this more efficient. Easy to build however be aware that some items you use may not be the same as the plans call for so simple adjustments may have to be made in dimensions, however you have all the info you need to successfully build and run this model engine.< Less
A Stirling Engine stripped down so that you can see how it was made
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A step by step guide for people who want to understand or build a Stirling Engine. Using only basic hand tools and parts found in his junk box, the author has produced a working Stirling Engine. He... More > guides you through the working components and operation of the Stirling cycle so that you can produce your own working model. This book can be read in conjunction with a video by the author of the same title currently available on You Tube (February 2010).< Less
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The HHOPP engine design is a way of building HIGH DISPLACEMENT engines (internal combustion, stirling, and diesel) in incredibly small physical packages. With all other things considered equal,... More > the HHOPP version of the same power and displacement engine will be 1/4 the size or smaller than conventional designs. The core achievement of the HHOPP is dramatic size reduction that drives manufacturing costs down and translates into large weight savings with no loss in power or efficiency. Feel free to explore the large preview or order a full color print from Lulu.com/trnowry< Less
Monuments in Monuments 2019 Conference Proceedings
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This publication contains the proceedings of the Monuments in Monuments Conference 2019. The event was organised by Historic Environment Scotland and hosted at the Engine Shed –... More > Scotland’s building conservation centre in Stirling. The papers enclosed in this publications provide an insight to the latest research, technology and case studies regarding the conservation of stone artefacts housed in traditional buildings. From all the abstract submissions, 23 papers were selected through a blind review process. The content was then edited by experts in the field to ensure that this publication meets the highest possible standards.< Less
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