Free Piston Stirling Engines

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Free Piston Stirling Engines are a specific type of Stirling Engine that does not use a crankshaft to convert linear motion of the piston into rotary motion. Instead, the motion of the piston is converted directly into electricity by an alternator. These engines are characterized by their high efficiency, low noise and low maintenance.

Free Piston Stirling Engine models are miniature replicas of real-life Free Piston Stirling Engines and are designed for educational and display purposes. They typically showcase the inner workings and components of the engine, including the alternator and the free-piston mechanism.

They are used in educational settings such as schools, universities, and museums and are a great tool for understanding how these engines work.

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