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The History of Hot Air Engines

The History of Hot Air Engines
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Contents

  • Preface 
  • The hot-air drive in the 2nd century before the Christian era. 
  • The requirement of portable power during the Industrial Revolution, Stirling, Ericsson, Rider, Lehmann, Buschbaum and others. 
  • The electricity need in remote areas, the Philips idea 1937 - 1979 
  • The Stirling-renaissance, Sun-driven, Combined Heat and Power 
  • Stirling, the air-independent motor, AISP 
  • Different thermic principles, Motors, Refrigerators, Heatpumps 
  • The Stirling-refrigerator, Windhausen, Philips, AIM 
  • Different working-mediums, air, gas, water, metals 
  • The hot-air motor as toy, investment or speculation? 
  • The function of the Stirling motor 
  • Construction types, Stirling, Ericsson, Ringbom, Freikolben, Rupp, Vacuum-motor. 
  • The rulers of the game for the model constructor: The hot-air engine 
  • Epilogue 
  • Sources

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