allen lumley wrote:Marcos Buenijo : As you say, most of the performance margin must be carefully preserved/protected by the clever use of good heat exchangers, what I want to hear is that with enough insulation we can 'just' increase dwell time for the heat streams as they pass through the heat exchangers.
I personally will need a refresher course to understand how much of the Sterling cycle I will have to know to be able to operate such a unit. My Excuse for
my ignorance is due to the apparent lack of a practical use of the work cycle of a Sterling, that having been proven, I would like to play catch-up and at least
rise to the point of understanding my own ignorance !
Part of what I am saying is can you expand on the information shared here, hopefully helping us see how to take advantage of this cleaver re-alignment of
parts and technology ? For the good of the Craft ! Big AL
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