The unit is for demonstration of stirling cycle hot air engine principles.
The engine consists of two vertical stainless steel cylinders. The first cylinder is to generate hot air using a heater. Power to the heater can be varied. The second cylinder is to generate a mechanical power using hot air from the first cylinder. Both cylinders are attached to a common shaft, with a suitable flywheel. The hot gas cylinder head is cooled by outside water supply. Instruments are provided for measurement of input power, and output power.
The advantage of this design is the ability to bring the engine to operating condition in a short time.
Instruction manual is also included.
- Torque vs speed for a given input power.
- Output and efficiency vs speed for a given input power.
|Heater||500 W max|
|Maximum power (mechanical)||Approx. 900 mW|
|- Torque||Mechanical dynamometer with spring balance, belt, and weights|
|- Speed||Portable tachometer|
|- Sensors with digital display||Voltage and current of input power|
|Software for data display and analysis by computer (separately supplied).|
|Power supply||220 V, 1 Ph, 50Hz. Other power supply is available on request.|
|Part No.||Part Name|
|TH 411-001||Cooling system : Water storage tank and pump|
|TH 120-003A||Torque digital display instead of spring balance and weight|
|TH 411-010||DC generator with resistive loads with voltage and current digital display|
This includes computer interface unit with torque speed and watt sensors instead of spring balance with weights and tachometer.
|Other optional equipment please contact manufacturer (email@example.com)|
|Net (unassembled) Shipping Dimensions WxLxH||35 x 50 x 45 cm.|
|Net Weight||Approx. 20 kg.|