Mechanical Engineering Practice – using a simple Stirling engine as case

Knud Erik Meyer
In the first course given in mechanical engineering, students construct a small Stirling engine. This is an excellent case that allows work with many disciplines on a simple level. Results are tested using simple measurements. The engines can be manufactured a relatively low cost. Setting the construction up as a completion was highly motivating for the students.
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