Archive | October, 2012

how to make a Stirling engine books

How to make a Stirling Engine

Books on how to make a Stirling engine There are many ways to learn how to make a Stirling engine. If you want to just get going and make your first DIY Stirling engine and you don’t care about looks or precision (I mean machine shop precision) then I would suggest some of Jim R. […]

An Introduction to Low Temperature Differential Stirling Engines

LTD Stirling Engine

What is a LTD Stirling engine? Similar to a typical Stirling engine an LTD Stirling engine runs when one part of the engine is heated and another part is cooled. LTD is short for Low Temperature Differential. When a Stirling engine has a Low Temperature Differential it means that it can run when the warm […]

dual beta stirling engine

Stirling Engine Plans

Choosing the correct set of Stirling engine plans for your skill level When selecting Stirling engine plans you need to decide if you’re going to build a high skill level machined engine or just a tin can stove top model. Your limits may already be set. For example you may not have access to the tools to […]