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- I don't think that this source of an industrial level Stirling ''Engine'' has been shared here at Permies !

- as long as there is an approximate 100º ƒ difference between the 'cold pole' and the 'hot pole' the Stirling Engine is capable of

much work using "Waste Heat "

See link below -


http://saab.com/naval/submarines-and-warships/technologies/the-stirling-engine/

Enjoy ! Big AL

Late Note :  A little more information on theSaab Stirling V4 275R can be found in this article !

See further link below :


http://nationalinterest.org/blog/the-buzz/why-japans-soryu-class-submarines-are-so-good-17898
 
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