Stirling engine is of external combustion. Created in 1816 by Stirling brothers to be an alternative to steam engines, which were dangerous at that time.
Continuing to Technical Museum Nikola Tesla series. Are shown another section and main hall. Other part are in following links.
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This post’s subject are the 5 discontinuities of Earth’s interior which demarcate borders between inner layers.
The solar tower is another way to use sunlight as heat source to produce steam and spin a turbine. Can produce electricity even during night.
In the last post about energy, was explained the operation of OTEC technology. Today are shown other types of power plants, which are variations of open and closed cycles.
Exists another way to extract energy from oceans which don’t involve waves and tides. The method of oceanic thermal energy conversion (OTEC) is today’s subject.
A Tesla electric car caught fire while was parked in a parking lot in Hong Kong.
In this post is explained what are and how the tectonic plates move. Also are shown the types of movement.
Has been built a ‘time machine’ which sends electrons fractions of second to the past.