Stirling cycle


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Stirling cycle

[′stir·liŋ ‚sī·kəl]
(thermodynamics)
A regenerative thermodynamic power cycle using two isothermal and two constant volume phases.
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The figure 2 shows stirling cycle with isothermal and constant volume process.
Florea, Application of the direct method to irreversible Stirling cycles with finite speed, Int.
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Additional Options for Stirling Cycle, Acoustic Systems & Others
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And so, Stirling cycle cooling created prototypical refrigerators.
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