Discussion on Stirling or "hot air" engines (all types)
A professor has that solved and he demonstrated it. Just needs development money to mass produce. It also produces more power as it can be a lithium metal battery rather than lithium ion.
Saw that program. One very important thing they have not address is the charging time. As a matter of fact, they never mentioned it, which I think is the biggest issue facing electric cars. The range issue can be solved by building more charging stations IF charging time can be reduced to a few minutes like fueling up the tank with gasoline.
Back to the thread premise; I pretty much agree with this paper:
That's the paper I sighted. For all intend and purposes, the authors did not use a efficient burner for the study. The nasal report indicated the mod ii had an over all efficiency of more than 36% which I think is pretty good.
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