Posted by SJC on October 28, 2006, 2:54 am
I have used a 20" x 48" trough with 3/4" copper tube in a 1 1/2" glass tube.
The glass tube made a lot of difference reducing heat loss.
Posted by Anthony Matonak on October 11, 2006, 3:23 pm
Morris Dovey wrote:
Have you looked at other peoples liquid piston stirling pumps?
Posted by Morris Dovey on October 12, 2006, 2:24 am
Anthony Matonak (in Y7qdnQ5ZKM4ekbDYnZ2dnUVZ_rWdnZ2d@comcast.com)
| Have you looked at other peoples liquid piston stirling pumps?
I've looked at some - but none as informative as either the Swarthmore
or Oak Ridge documents.
Thanks for the links!
DeSoto, Iowa USA
Posted by SJC on October 12, 2006, 3:39 am
I like the idea of running a pump. One of the links showed water pumping where
there is no other source of power. This could be a real plus to people that live
in remote places and need water pumping. One of the things people mention when
they put in water pumping in third world countries is, "who will maintain the
Anything that is simple and self sustaining would be much better for those
Posted by steamer on October 29, 2006, 5:17 pm
--You should post the link to rec.crafts.metalworking as there are
quite a few Stirling and solar nuts over there, me included! ;-)
"Steamboat Ed" Haas : Proud to be the
Hacking the Trailing Edge! : family crackpot!
---Decks a-wash in a sea of words---