A NEW STIRLING MOTOR TYPE

This invention is related to Stirling motor, which is an external combustion engine heat machine also known as hot air engine that also enables thermal energy to be converted to mechanical energy.

This invention is related to Stirling motor, which is an external combustion engine heat machine also known as hot air engine that also enables thermal energy to be converted to mechanical energy.

Advantages of the Invention:

- The working gas is heated and cooled rapidly.

- With rapid heating and rapid cooling, engine efficiency has been increased.

- Inflation and impermeability balance can be reached more easily.

- Strong Stirling engine production is realized with ease with this method.

For achieving the purposes described above, it includes within; the connecting rod situated between the crank mentioned for enabling the required circular motion and the hot section gas flow pipe, relevant drive piston, drive shaft, pistons, the heater exchanger cylinder providing linear motion to the pistons, and the connecting rod situated between the crank mentioned and the cold section gas flow pipe, relevant drive piston, drive shaft, pistons and the cooler exchanger cylinder.

In order to achieve this, it provides the desired linear motion by the working gas expanding via heating, concentrating via cooling and thus affecting the pistons.

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