Stirling engine-generator is as part of micro CHP  

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farit
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25/12/2018 8:13 pm  

I want to share with my know-how and discuss about it.

I have invented a new type of electricity generator based on the Stirling’s engine.

More precisely, there are two new schemes having been developed by me recently.

These new engine-generators have no crankshaft. They look like free piston one, but have principal differences. And they have many essential advantages compared to currently known and applied Stirling's free piston generator.

One could widely deploy my idea in the electricity generating, in the “Combined heat and power” (CHP) technology, with the required capacity from 1 to 10 kW, but maybe greater.


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farit
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21/01/2019 1:55 am  

Hi! Why nobody is online? And nobody replys and comments?


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