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1.1 Thermodynamic cycle
1.2 Heat and work
1.3 Well-known thermodynamic cycles
LITERATURE REVIEW
2.1 PRESENTATION OF STIRLING ENGINES
2.1.1 STIRLING THERMODYNAMIC CYCLE
2.2 ANALYSIS OF THE STIRLING-CYCLE ENGINE
2.2.1 Work done by an ideal Stirling-cycle engine
2.2.2 Heat flow in an ideal Stirling-cycle engine
2.2.3 Efficiency of an ideal Stirling-cycle engine
2.2.4 Actual Stirling Engine
2.3 ENGINE CONFIGURATIONS
2.3.1 Alpha Stirling :
2.3.2 Beta Stirling
2.3.3 Gamma Stirling
TECHNICAL COMPLEXITY OF TOPIC
MODEL DESCRIPTION
3.1 DESIGN AND DRAWING
3.1.1 STAND & CYLINDER
3.1.2 PISTON
3.1.3 FAN ACTING AS CRANK
3.1.5 ASSEMBLY IN PRO-Engineer software:
3.1.4 CONNECTING ROD & LINK
3.2 METHODOLOGY
3.2.1 ASSEMBLY AND PROCEDURE
3.2.2 OUR STIRLING ENGINE MODEL
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Basic Stirling Engine Modal

Basic Stirling Engine Modal

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