Solar Powered Stirling Engine

Aug. 3 | Robert Stirling was a Scottish minister who invented the first practical example of a closed cycle air engine in 1816, and it was suggested by Fleeming Jenkin as early as 1884 that all such engines should therefore generically be called Stirling engines....

Free Energy Nitinol Heat Machines

Jan. 5 | Invented in the early 1959, Nitinol alloys exhibit two closely related and unique properties: shape memory and super-elasticity. Shape memory is the ability of Nitinol to undergo deformation at one temperature, then recover its original, undeformed shape...

An Alternative-Energy Machine that can run on virtually any type of Fuel

Dec. 8 | Dean Kamen doesn’t think small. He’s known to most of the world as the inventor of the Segway, but his idea to revolutionize transportation is peanuts compared to his other successes in the medical devices field, science and engineering education,...

Solar Stirling Engine:Greenpowerscience

Dec. 5 | Greenpowerscience has a youtube channel that is great. Dan  has experimented with everything having to do with Solar. In this video he has a dc Motor connected to his stirling engine and it does produce voltage and little current, but it shows the potential...

Six Candle power Stirling Engine

Nov. 26 | Added PDFs at bottom of post. Thanks approtechie For posting this to YouTube this is a 6 candle Power Stirling Engine. As in an earlier post I explained that a Stirling Engine takes a heat source and a cold source and converts that into mechanical energy....

Energy Conversion Conundrum

Nov. 19 | I  Started this blog to help get the word out about Energy Conversion. It has always bothered me that they teach us that “You Can’t Get more energy Out than You Put in” . Well My response  to that is “Then Ex-plane the Sun, Nuclear...