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David Willy MS Mechanical Engineering EGR 501 Topics in Sustainable Systems Project Advisor: Dr. Okey Onyejekwe

Presentation Outline

Optics Thermodynamics

Schmidt Results using Matlab Analytical vs. Numerical Future Steps to Take if this was a Thesis

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2-dimensional Parabola Single Axis Tracking Typically Rankine Cycle Possibility of Stirling Cycle use

Fresnel vs. Standard Convex Lens Currently used in Photovoltaics Double Axis Tracking Material Costs tradeoff? (Silicon $$ vs. Aluminum $$)

3-dimensional Parabola Array of Reflectors Double Axis Tracking Stirling Cycle Air cooled

(No Water Required)

Stirling Engines are External Combustion engines that can run on any fuel (heat source). Alpha Type Configuration Dual Piston Type

Example Engine

STM 4-120 engine by Stirling Thermal Motors

http://www.keveney.com/Stirling.html

r sin 2 ( a ) 2rr

2f r 1 cos

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Perfect Parabola

Diameter of Receiver

a sin(0.267 ) sin r

Imperfect Parabola

Diameter of Receiver (w/ dispersion angle due to slope error)

D 2rr sin(0.267 / 2)

a sin(0.267 / 2) sin r

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Cm ax_trough

Cm ax_bowl

1 214 .6 sin(0.267 )

Trough Slope error

Trough w/ Cylindrical Receiver

Cm ax_trough

Cm ax_bowl

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1-2: Heat is transferred to the working fluid (isothermal Expansion). 2-3: Forces the fluid into the cold cylinder. 3-4: The right piston compressing the fluid (Isothermal Compression). 4-1: Forces the fluid back into the left cylinder.

**Regeneration: The heat stored in process 2-3 is ideally picked back up by process 4-1.

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Schmidt Analysis: Ideal Case with Dead Volume and Sinusoidal Motion

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The Schmidt Cycle was named from Gustav Schmidt (1871)who first published the solution. It is defines as a Stirling Cycle in which Sinusoidal motion of the pistons. It is the most complicated case of a Stirling Engine that can be solved analytically. All other cases have had to be solved numerically.

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In order to get Power per Engine Cycle, a Schmidt analysis has to be performed. Before this happens, the following assumptions have to be made:

Sinusoidal motion of all parts. Known and constant gas temperatures in all parts of the engine. No gas leakage. Working fluid obeys perfect gas law. At each instant in the cycle, the gas pressure is the same throughout the working gas.

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pressure (MPa)

90 PV 85

80

Work PdV

P ( n) M R H (n) C (n) Rd Th Tc Tr

75

70

65

Work=641.2497 Joules

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60 70 80 90 100 110

35 50

Volume (cm3)

C (n) Vk [1 sin( F Al )] Cd 2

H (n)

Vl [1 cos(F )] H d 2

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Nomenclature

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Plots of 30 and 1 degree Increments. As Degree Increments approaches zero, the true work per cycle can be found.

PV Curve Evaluated at 1 degree Increments

90

90 PV 85

85

PV

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80

pressure (MPa)

pressure (MPa)

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Volume (cm )

Volume (cm )

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Hot, Cold, & Total Gas Volumes

120 100 80 60 40 20 0 -20 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 Hot Volume Cold Volume Total Volume

volume (cm )

pressure (MPa)

80 60 40 20 0 Pressure

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100

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crank angle(degrees)

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V p Vk

Tr

(Th Tc ) 2

(Th Tc ) T log( h ) Tc

V p Vk

Tr

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Analytical: Schmidt

Percent Error

pressure (MPa)

PV Curve Evaluated at 0.25 degree Increments

60 PV 55

Degree Interval 30 20

-4.507% -2.019%

50

45

10

5 1 0.5 0.25

327.5317

328.7828 329.1838 329.1963 329.1995

-0.507%

-0.127% -0.005% -0.002% -0.0007%

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30 75

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100

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Volume (cm )

0.1

329.2003

-0.0005%

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Perform the Finkelstein Adiabatic (no heat transferred in fluid) Analysis of Stirling Engines. Similar to the Otto cycle gasoline engine. The next closest analysis to reality in Stirling Engines. Combine Optics into full analysis with some physical imperfections. Include Alternator and transmission efficiencies. Include 2-axis tracking errors.

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Questions??

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Citation

Twidell, John; Weir, Tony. Renewable Energy Resources (2nd Ed.). New York, NY: Taylor and Francis. 2007. Martini, William R. Stirling Engine Design Manual (2nd ed.). NASA. US Department of Energy. 1983. Engel, Thomas; Reid, Philip. Thermodynamics, Statistical Thermodynamics, and Kinetics. San Francisco, CA: Pearson Education Inc. 2006.

Duffie, John; Williams Beckman. Solar Engineering of Thermal Processes (Third Edition ed.). New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 2006.

United States Department of Energy (DOE). http://www.nrel.gov/solar/parabolic_ trough.html. Sept 19, 2008. Stirling Energy Systems (SES). http://www.stirlingenergy.com/. Oct 22, 2008. http://www.stirlingenergy.com/technology/suncatcher.asp Solar Paces. Spain SP10. http://www.solarpaces.org/Tasks/Task1/PS10.HTM. Oct 20, 2008. Wormser, Paul. Concentrated Photovoltaics (CPV). http://solar.nau.edu. Jan 11, 2008. http://solar.nau.edu/csp/docs/presentations/Paul%20Wormser.pdf. Oct 27, 2008. Urieli, Izzy. Stirling Cycle Machine Analysis. http://www.ent.ohiou.edu. 2007. http://www.ent.ohiou.edu/~urieli/stirling/me422.html. Nov 6, 2008.

engal, Yunus A.; Boles, Michael A. Thermodynamics: An Engineering Approach (Fourth Ed.). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill Companies Inc. 2002.

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