Re: Automotive fuel cells obsolete?



andre_54005@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
Separate compression and power cylinders, who would have though of it.

How about these guys.:)
http://stirlingengines.org.uk/pioneers/pion3.html
http://stirlingengines.org.uk/pioneers/pion4.html
http://www.tremel.net/reid/

I am not saying the idea is not a good one or that its potential has
been fully realized yet. But like so many "new inventions" now days it
is not new.
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Andre' B.



Apparently the underlying "milller cycle" has a long history.

Sterling engines, of course, are an engineering rathole that should have been flushed centuries ago.

See http://www.tinaja.com/glib/ratholes.pdf


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