Category:Low enthalpy Stirling engines

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Gamma Stirling engines intended for use from low temperature differences. They are characterised by the use of a wide, shallow displacer piston, usually of lightweight foam. These engines will run from the heat of a cup of tea, sometimes from a warm hand.

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