Discussion on Stirling or "hot air" engines (all types)
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]#cbstirling2 wrote:Well with alpha, both pistons and cylinders can be identical on same crank pin 90 apart.
Displacer is misnomer here. Either hot or cold piston.
Its a horizontal engine that looks like a gamma so no right angle to put on same pin. Im trying to copy this engine:
You can actually run a parallel GAMMA on a single crank pin by running the displacer via a bell crank, and an ALPHA could be run the same way. On this motor the bell crank ratio is 1.5 : 1, for an ALPHA motor the ratio would be 1 : 1
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