Stirling engine - hot-air engine

Stirling engine - hot-air engine

Stirling engines are also known as external combustion engines. Unlike internal combustion engines (e.g. Otto-engine), here combustion takes place outside the cylinder.

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Stirling engine, hot-air engine, Stirling, heat engine, engine, external combustion engine, working piston, heat sink fin, piston, heat transfer, efficiency, heat exchanger, gas laws, work, thermodynamics, physics

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