The Stirling engine is an external combustion engine with four internal closed cycles. The heat energy in the combustion chamber is converted into mechanical energy for driving the engine block through the working fluid. The generator is connected to the crankshaft of the Stirling engine to achieve stable power output.
The excess heat generated during the operation of the system is discharged through the cooling water circuit and can be recycled.
The innovative design of the combustion system provides greater flexibility of the Stirling power generation system, which can realize the use of a variety of fuels including biomass gas and wood decomposition gas to generate heat.
The system runs under high temperature conditions with high performance. Compared with internal combustion engines, the simple structure realized by sophisticated design provides high reliability and maintainability of the system.