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Micro Combined Heat and Power Plant Based on the Stirling Engine

Originální název

Micro Combined Heat and Power Plant Based on the Stirling Engine

Anglický název

Micro Combined Heat and Power Plant Based on the Stirling Engine

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The paper presents the most significant results achieved within a three-year grant project aimed at designing and building of a micro plant prototype for combined heat and power production on the basis of a 3 kW external combustion engine. Solution of the given complex problem was based on a detailed analysis and critical evaluation of the existing scientific knowledge and the know-how, and involved the application of general power engineering, thermodynamics and thermokinetics, computer-aided design, applied mechanics, strength of materials, material engineering, production technology, electrical engineering and technical experiment. Computational modeling of real working cycles of external combustion engines and application of virtual prototypes used when optimizing their mechanical structures enabled to shorten considerably many development tasks. As a demo project, the first stage of solution included building of a micro plant with electric output to 500 W with the gamma-modification Stirling engine, and subsequently a micro plant with electric output to 3 kW.

Anglický abstrakt

The paper presents the most significant results achieved within a three-year grant project aimed at designing and building of a micro plant prototype for combined heat and power production on the basis of a 3 kW external combustion engine. Solution of the given complex problem was based on a detailed analysis and critical evaluation of the existing scientific knowledge and the know-how, and involved the application of general power engineering, thermodynamics and thermokinetics, computer-aided design, applied mechanics, strength of materials, material engineering, production technology, electrical engineering and technical experiment. Computational modeling of real working cycles of external combustion engines and application of virtual prototypes used when optimizing their mechanical structures enabled to shorten considerably many development tasks. As a demo project, the first stage of solution included building of a micro plant with electric output to 500 W with the gamma-modification Stirling engine, and subsequently a micro plant with electric output to 3 kW.

BibTex


@article{BUT46149,
  author="Václav {Píštěk} and Zdeněk {Kaplan} and Pavel {Novotný}",
  title="Micro Combined Heat and Power Plant Based on the Stirling Engine",
  annote="The paper presents the most significant results achieved within a three-year grant project aimed at designing and building of a micro plant prototype for combined heat and power production on the basis of a 3 kW external combustion engine. Solution of the given complex problem was based on a detailed analysis and critical evaluation of the existing scientific knowledge and the know-how, and involved the application of general power engineering, thermodynamics and thermokinetics, computer-aided design, applied mechanics, strength of materials, material engineering, production technology, electrical engineering and technical experiment. Computational modeling of real working cycles of external combustion engines and application of virtual prototypes used when optimizing their mechanical structures enabled to shorten considerably many development tasks. As a demo project, the first stage of solution included building of a micro plant with electric output to 500 W with the  gamma-modification Stirling engine, and subsequently a micro plant with electric output to 3 kW.",
  address="ČVUT v Praze",
  chapter="46149",
  institution="ČVUT v Praze",
  journal="MECCA - Journal of Middle European Costruction and Design of Cars",
  number="4",
  volume="2005",
  year="2005",
  month="december",
  pages="8--16",
  publisher="ČVUT v Praze",
  type="journal article - other"
}