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Stirling engine operating at low temperature difference: https://arxiv.org/abs/2003.07157
Alejandro Romanelli
The paper develops the dynamics and thermodynamics of Stirling engines that run with temperature differences below 100 0C. The working gas pressure is analytically expressed using an alternative thermodynamic cycle. The shaft dynamics is studied using its rotational equation of motion. It is found that the initial volumes of the cold and hot working gas play a non-negligible role in the functioning of the engine.
Comments: 16 pages, 7 figures
American Journal of Physics, Vol. 88, Issue 4, 2020-03-20

The Fluidyne engine: https://arxiv.org/abs/1812.11100
Alejandro Romanelli
The Fluidyne is a two-part hot-air engine, which has the peculiarity that both its power piston and displacer are liquids. Both parts operate in tandem with the common working gas (air) transferring energy from the displacer to the piston side, from which work is extracted. We describe analytically the thermodynamics of the Fluidyne engine using the approach previously developed for the Stirling engine. We obtain explicit expressions for the amplitude of the power piston movement and for the working gas temperatures and pressure as functions of the engine parameters. We also study numerically the power and efficiency of the engine in terms of the phase shift between the motions of piston and displacer.
Comments: 13 pages, 4 figures
American Journal of Physics 87, 33 (2019)
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