Stirling Gas engines are mechanical devices working theoretically on the V=C cycle, or its modifications, in which compressible fluids, such as air, hydrogen, helium, nitrogen, or even vapors, are used as working fluids. This is a performance model in which the user will be able to calculate the output power based on solar energy variation along the day. Performance CSSE model is developed to calculate the following:
1-Dish performance parameters (efficiency, thermal power, losses, etc...).
2-Selecting Stirling engine design parameters (volume, pressure, physical properties, etc...).
User can assign some parameters such as:
1-Solar radiation data, W/m2.
2-Temperature and some physical properties.
3-12 working gases are involved in the comparison.
**MatLab-SimuLink should be used to run the model.
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Concentrated Solar Dish Stirling Engine: Performance Model
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