Compelling Stirling Engine Powered Canoe Works So Smoothly
There are a number of different engine to produce power and one of them is the Stirling engine. Developed by Rev Robert Stirling in 1816, the Stirling engine has a quite simple working principle.
It is actually little bit like a stem engine but does not use steam at all. Instead, it heats, cools and recycles the same gas again and again to make useful power to run a machine. Today's video shows us a very good example of Stirling engines. In this very video, you're going to see a cool canoe powered by a compelling Stirling engine.
Watch the video to see how this brilliantly designed engine makes the canoe work!
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