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Question 1: How do Stirling Engines work?
Every Stirling engine has a closed cylinder, with one part hot and the other cold sealed inside. There is a working fluid inside, typically as vapour gas (such as air, helium or even water as hi-pressure steam), that moves by pressure from the hot side to the cold side. When the working fluids is on the home side, it expands and pushes the piston away from its top-of-cylinder ("TOC”) position creating energy. When the working fluid is on the cold side it contracts and causes compression that draws the piston back to a TOC position, also creating energy. Properly designed Stirling engines have two power pulses per revolution, which can make the very smooth running. Additional Information
Question 2: Are Stirling engines really the most efficient engines possible?
For some power requirements, "yes", for others "no". For environmental-friendly applications, the Stirling engine is best, although not as efficient as fossil fuel powered engines. For example:
Question 3: If Stirling engines are so efficient, could I have one in my car, in my boat or in my truck?
In the right powertrain "yes" you could, if the automotive industry built them, but they don't. This is because the right powertrain for a Stirling engine to work best in, is electrical and not mechanical, as 99% of the vehicle fleet is in the world today. It might come about in the not to distant future, we'll have to wait and see.
Question 4: How can I get a 5 to 25 kW MAPS Stirling device for my house, car, boat, etc. that will run on any fuel from cow chips to sunshine and be price competitive with a classic generator of the same capacity?
There are a number of answers to this question that must be treated separately, to gain the common ground, these are:
Question 5: What are Stirling engines being used for today?
There are many applications. For example:
Question 6: How much electricity can be generated with this [MAPS] system within a year?
There are multiple answers and no limits to what MAPS can provide as MAPS is manufactured in a scalable range, however, as a general rule, designed to meet any demand for all energy requirements a customer has, for example:
Question 7: How much money can be saved for a usual house within a year?
For an average household of 180m2 living area that consumes 24kWh of electricity today, they will save as a mean average:
Question 8: How can I get a MAPS system for my small business/ shop/ factory?
Send your details and contact information to email@example.com and you'll receive a response that will lead to a specific proposal related to your needs to consider.
Question 9: Does this MAPS system work without solar cells and related equipment?
"Yes", MAPS CHP requires plumbed in water supply to generate hot water.
MAPS ELS doesn't require any alternative energy fuel. It is fuel-less, not needing fossil fuels, bio-fuels, or any external fuel source. It reciprocates on its own regeneration of elastic suspension energy. It is the proprietary elastic stored tension that delivers the necessary energy to the Stirling dynamics.
Question 10: Does this system work fuelled to pellets or biofuel energy systems and other alternative energy sources?
"Yes" and "no":
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