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Impressive animations of a wide range of different types of heat engine - internal combustion, steam and stirling and - with detailed explanations
A brief description of how internal combustion engines work from HowStuffWorks.com.
Stirling engines run without noise or vibration and are truly an environmentally friendly device. They are a closed machine with no intake or exhaust which results in very quiet operation. Anything ...
This video from General Electric looks at how jet engines work.
The Stirling Engine is used to cool satellites in space but it's also making a comeback as a potential source of power in remote places.
Invented by Thomas Savery in the late 17th century, the Savery engine was the first commercially successful steam engine and was used to draw water out of mines.
A great resource, including fun and challenging games, for students and teachers about ion engines and how they are used to propel spacecraft.
A summary of internal energy with example calculations and links to related topics.
SESUSA was established to exchange knowledge, ask questions and express ideas regarding the stirling engine.
Instructions on how to build various types of steam engines made into simple toys. With explanations on how they work and pictures.
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