Panasonic Revives The Stirling Engine For 10 kW Waste Heat Recovery System

estir Co., an in-company venture of Panasonic led by Teruyuki Akazawa, thought that it would make a good business reusing the otherwise wasted heat from Panasonic's plants, and reimplemented Stirling engines, seeking to make them more efficient than ever.

Cool Energy’s Low-Temperature Stirling Engine Recovers Waste Heat as Electricity

The SolarHeart®Engine is the new Stirling engine developed by Cool Energy that converts low-temperature (100oC to 300oC) heat energy to electrical power output ranging...

DIY Stirling Engine Boat Tutorial

There are many ways for building a stirling engine boat. You can either use a frame of square lumbers or fiber-reinforced plastic. However, piling thick...

Six-Cylinder Stirling Engine Built by DIYer in His Garage

Stirling engines have been touted as a good alternative for current internal combustion engines, since they can be powered with mostly anything that burns...

How To Make a Low Temperature Differential (LTD) Stirling Engine

LTD stirling engines are interesting. They harvest the temperature difference of the environment versus a cold object, and using this they power some pumps. I...

NASA Planning to Use Nuclear Powered Stirling Engine for Moon Base

NASA is said to be the forerunner of the newest invented technologies, even before the military puts an eye on them (or sometimes the second to use them). Still, some NASA officials have decided to use an old technology, such as the Stirling engine, to generate electricity on the future moon bases.

Stirling Engine Generator by Dean Kamen Could Power Cable Installations

The Stirling engine generator Dean Kamen invented is small and quiet enough to be put just about anywhere, and is extremely efficient, running on a...

How to Measure a Stirling Engine's Efficiency (video)

The next video shows a Stirling engine while working to achieve its best, powered by a 70W light bulb. The poster also shows how he measured various parameters of the engine, like speed, torque, input/output power.

The Stirling Engine (or hot air engine) Explained

1820, when steam engines operated everywhere, Robert Stirling, a Scottish vicar, and his brother James built a new engine. They used an outside burn,...

Thingiverse Raves About 3D Printed Stirling Engine

Thingiverse, touted as “Digital designs for real, physical objects. A Universe of Things!” is a website for community sharing and feedback. Thinkiverse plugs itself is...