The very first Stirling engine was invented by Robert Stirling in 1816, and is known to be more efficient than steam engines because of the fact that it doesn’t use steam. It works by repeatedly heating, cooling, and recycling the same gas or air inside it to produce power.
In this video, you’ll learn that putting together your own Stirling engine is actually quite easy. For this project, you’ll need a tomato paste can, as well as other items from your household.
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