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Re: Infinia Stirling Solar Generator

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  • William S
    TxRxLabs, the Houston Hackerspace, has in their spring class schedule, a 3 hour course on Sterling engines. Scroll down to
    Message 1 of 4 , Mar 6, 2012
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      TxRxLabs, the Houston Hackerspace, has in their spring class schedule, a 3 hour course on Sterling engines. <http://www.txrxlabs.org/classes/> Scroll down to "Stirling Engines: Structure, Theory, Design"

      --- In hreg@yahoogroups.com, "Travis Cagle" <travis.cagle@...> wrote:
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      > I have been interested in using a Stirling engine in conjunction with a
      > tracking solar reflector (my background is with satellite dishes on polar
      > mounts, 3 meter and up). The problem I have run into is finding the right
      > sized engine. Small ones on the market are suitable for toys, and the 5hp
      > from SES had a military budget price. I'd like to see an affordable 1-1.5hp
      > Stirling engine - I can build the dish and tracking.
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