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NASA/DOE Automotive Stirling Engine Project

NASA/DOE Automotive Stirling Engine Project

overview 1986

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Energy, Office of Vehicle and Engine R&D, For sale by the National Technical Information Service in [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Stirling engines.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDonald G. Beremand and Richard K. Shaltens.
    SeriesNASA TM -- 87345, NASA technical memorandum -- 87345..
    ContributionsShaltens, Richard K., United States. Dept. of Energy. Office of Vehicle and Engine Research and Development., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17098023M

      A high efficiency Stirling engine would then convert this to electricity, in a system that works in a similar way to a car engine. Scroll down for video NASA plans to test the radical nuclear. The study of high power kinematic Stirling engines for transportation use, testing of Mod I and Mod II Stirling engines, and component development activities are summarized. Mod II development testing was performed to complete the development of the basic engine and begin characterization of .

    MOD II AUTOMOTIVE STIRLING ENGINE. Applications of the Stirling engine range from mechanical propulsion to heating and cooling to electrical generation systems. A Stirling engine is a heat engine operating by cyclic compression and expansion of air or other gas, the "working fluid", at different temperature levels such that there is a net conversion of heat to mechanical work. The Stirling cycle heat engine can also be driven.

      For a while after we looked up the history of Stirling-engined AMCs last year, we followed several leads looking for the actual cars used for those tests, but to no ately, John Corey, who worked on the team that studied automotive Stirling engines for NASA, recently came across that post and in the ensuing discussion forwarded us this photo of the Stirling-engined Dodge D Author: Daniel Strohl. The advanced Stirling radioisotope generator (ASRG) was a radioisotope power system first developed at NASA's Glenn Research uses a Stirling power conversion technology to convert radioactive-decay heat into electricity for use on energy conversion process used by an ASRG is about four times more efficient than in previous radioisotope systems to produce a similar.


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DOE/NASA AUTOMOTIVE STIRLING ENGINE PROJECT - OVERVIEW Donald G. Beremand and Richard K. Sha1tens National Aeronautics and Space Administration Lewis Research Center Cleveland, Ohio SUMMARY The DOE/NASA Automotive Stirling Engine Project is reviewed and its tech­ nical progress and status are Size: KB.

NASA/DOE Automotive Stirling Engine Project book The NASA/MTI Automotive Stirling Engine (ASE) Development project involved 11 years of effort to develop the Stirling engine for automotive applications.

This final report sum- marizes the work performed from towith a focus on the development and evaluation of the Mod II engine.

The Automotive Stirling Research and Technology Programs are speciflc tech- nology programs to support the engine development. Typical technologies are materlals, combustlon, controls, analysls codes, etc. The ASE program (NASA Contract DEN ) was signed with Mechanlcal Technology Incorporated (MTI) of Latham, NY, In File Size: KB.

The DOE/NASA Automotive Stirling Engine Project is reviewed and its technical progress and status are presented.

Key technologies in materials, seals, and piston rings are progressing well. Seven first-generation engines, and modifications thereto, have accumulated o hr of test time, including hr of in-vehicle testing.

An overview of the DOE/NASA Automotive Stirling Engine Project is presented. The background and objectives of the project are reviewed. Project activities are described and technical progress and status are presented and assessed.

Prospects for achieving the objective 30 percent fuel economy improvement are considered : D. Beremand. An overview of the DOE/NASA Automotive Stirling Engine Project is presented. The background and objectives of the project are reviewed. Project activities are described and technical progress and status are presented and assessed.

Prospects for achieving the objective 30% fuel economy improvement are considered : D. Beremand. Stirling Solar Thermal Project; and (c) managed the Automotive Stirling Engine (ASE) development project.

Reference 2 provides an overview of the DOE/NASA ASE program. References 3 to 15 list a series of reports which summarize both NASA directed and NASA conducted kinematic and free-piston Stirling Size: 1MB.

DOE/NASA/ NASA CR MTASE58SRI. Automotive Stirling Engine Mod II Design Report Noel P. Nightingale Mechanical Technology Incorporated Latham, New York October Prepared for National Aeronautics and Space Administration Lewis Research Center Cleveland, Ohio 35 Under Contract DEN for U.S.

DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY. NASA CR N 9. 70 (NAS-C) AUTOMOTIVE. STIRLING ENGINE DEVELOPMENT PEOGIAM. Quarterly.

Technical Progress Report, Oct. - Dec. (rora. CSCL 13F. unclas. Motor Co.) 98 p. HC A05/F A01 G3/ AUTOMOTIVE-STIRLING ENGINE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM. Quarterly Technical Progress Report October - December the Automotive Stirling Engine (ASE) development project.

Reference 1 provides an overview of the DOE/NASA, ASE program. References 2 to 13 list a series of reports which summarize both NASA directed and NASA conducted kinematic Stirling work. Before discussing the research and develop­ ment work on free-piston Stirling engines, con­.

Get this from a library. NASA/DOE Automotive Stirling Engine Project: overview [Donald G Beremand; Richard K Shaltens; United States. Department of Energy. Office of Vehicle and Engine Research and Development.; United States.

National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. The DOE/NASA Automotive Stirling Engine Project is reviewed and its technical progress and status are presented. Key technologies in materials, seals, and piston rings are progressing well. Seven first-generation engines, and modifications thereto, have accumulated o hr of test time, including hr of in-vehicle : D.

Beremand and R. Shaltens. NASA/DOE Automotive Stirling Engine Project Overview Donald G Beremand and Richard K Shaltens National Aeronautics and Space Administration Lewis Research Center Cleveland, Ohio Work performed for US DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY Conservation and Renewable Energy Office of Vehicle and Engine R&D Washington, DC.

NASA/DOE Automotive Stirling Engine Project overview [Washington, DC: Springfield, Va: U.S. Dept. of Energy, Office of Vehicle and Engine R&D ; For sale by the National Technical Information Service.

MLA Citation. Beremand, Donald G. and Shaltens, Richard K. and United States. Department of Energy. The Advanced Stirling Convertor (ASC) is being developed by Sunpower, Inc. for NASA’s Glenn Research Center (GRC) with critical technology support tasks led by GRC. The goal of the ASC project, which is funded by NASA’s Science Mission Directorate, is to develop a highly efficient, low mass, reliable power convertor for future Radioisotope Power Systems (RPS).

Abstract. An overview on the progress of the automotive gas turbine and automotive Stirling engine technology projects is presented. The following items are reported: (1) formulation and execution of projects in accordance with the Auto Propulsion Research and Development Act of ; (2) substantive technology accomplishments; and (3) future path options of the : D.

Beremand. The objective of the Automotive Stirling Engine (ASE) program is to develop a Stirling engine for automotive use that provides a 30 percent improvement in fuel economy relative to a comparable Author: Wissam Bou Nader.

New NASA Administrator Sean O`Keefe inspects two operating Stirling convertors during his first visit to GRC on January 24th, VIPs Tour Dynamic Power - from left to right in the foreground: Senator John Glenn, GRC Center Director Donald Campbell, NASA Administrator Sean O`Keefe, John Dunning (), Jeff Schreiber (), and Chief Valerie Lyons.

Stirling engine development began at NASA Glenn in the early 's (then NASA Lewis). The early phase of the work, which concentrated on development of engines for automobiles, was funded by the Department of Energy. NASA Glenn managed an early contract with Ford Motor Co.

After about a year Ford decided not to continue the work. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK MOD II AUTOMOTIVE STIRLING ENGINE Item Preview _jpg MOD II AUTOMOTIVE STIRLING ENGINE by NASA/Glenn Research Center.

Publication date 6/2/ MOD II AUTOMOTIVE STIRLING ENGINE. The first generation of hardware in the Large Free-Piston Stirling Engine ( kW per cylinder) program, shown above, was the Space Power Demonstrator Engine (SPDE). The SPDE was a free-piston Stirling engine coupled to a linear alternator.

It was a double cylinder, opposed-piston convertor designed to produce 25 kWe at 25% overall efficiency. Published on This is a brilliant and easy to make Stirling engine designed by NASA.

It is quite a strong and violent machine but a lot of fun to make and play .NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Automotive Stirling engine development program Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. NASA_NTRS_Archive_ Identifier-ark ark://t2t48j00t Ocr ABBYY FineReader Pages 85 Ppi Year