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    Title: 太陽能史特林引擎之有限時間熱力學最大功率之理論與實驗研究
    Authors: 陳文立
    Avile, Saul
    Keywords: 史特林引擎
    Stirling engine
    numerical modelling
    Date: 2012-08-01
    Issue Date: 2013-07-16 16:53:49 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 行政院國科會:專題研究計畫
    Abstract: 我們設計並製造了一台γ型史特林引擎原型機,它具有四項特點:雙動力缸,內建式再生器、氦氣加壓、磁偶合動力傳輸系統。目前的輸出功率在熱端加熱至攝氏400 度時可達到100W。另外,我們也研發完成並測試與驗證了史特林引擎模擬程式,本計畫使用數值方法分析這部引擎,找出最佳參數後再進行實際改造原型機以大幅提升其輸出功率與效率。
    We have built a prototype γ-type Stirling engine, which features twin power cylinders, built-in regenerator, helium charge, and magnetic coupling power transmission. Its maximum power output is 100 W at the hot-end temperature of 400 degree centigrade. In the meantime, we have developed, tested and versified a Stirling engine simulation code which is capable of simulating complete cycles of Stirling engines. In this project, we will first use the code to perform engine parameter optimization to obtain optimized geometric and operational parameters of the γ-type Stirling engine, and then we will rebuild the engine according to the optimized parameters. It is expected that the output power and efficiency of the prototype engine will be dramatically improved after it has been optimized.
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