KeyWEn.com  
 
 
 
Stirling       Article     History   Tree Map
  Encyclopedia of Keywords > Perth > Stirling   Michael Charnine

Keywords and Sections
TOWN
WORKS
ATTACK
ERIC FLINT
JOHN BAIRD
RECIPROCATING PISTON
STIRLING RADIOISOTOPE GENERATOR
STIRLING COUNCIL AREA
WATER ANYWHERE
IDEAL STIRLING
BRAYTON CYCLE
ENTIRE STIRLING COUNCIL AREA
SECOND KIND
REVEREND DR ROBERT STIRLING
DEAN KAMEN
STIRLING NUMBER
STIRLING BRIDGE
SECOND STIRLING
STIRLING NORTH
CAPTAIN JAMES STIRLING
STIRLING CASTLE
STIRLING RANGE
STIRLING MOSS
ADVANTAGES
PIONEER
UNIVERSITY
CHAIR
SUPPORTERS
EXTERNAL
SWEDEN
BARONET
TITLE
POTENTIAL
SOLAR
CONSTANT
HANDS
MEASURE
EXACTLY
EFFICIENT
ARTICLE
WORKING
START
REASON
TEXTBOOKS
TIME
SUBMERGED
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Stirling"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. The Stirling is a very simple engine, and was often billed as a safe alternative to steam (since there's no boiler to explode). (Web site)
  2. A gamma Stirling is simply a beta Stirling in which the power piston is not mounted coaxially to its displacer piston. (Web site)
  3. Robert Stirling was a gifted speaker and was beloved by his flock.
  4. A Gamma Stirling is simply a Beta Stirling in which the Power piston is not mounted coaxially to it's displacer piston.
  5. Matthew Stirling, the American archaeologist who excavated La Venta in the 1940s, made a number of spectacular discoveries there. (Web site)

Town

  1. The town is located just off the A9 between Perth and Stirling. (Web site)

Works

  1. Stirling Engine Directory - List of resources including "how it works", demo units, kits, applications, project sites.

Attack

  1. Collapse In Battle of Long Island, 1858 by Alonzo Chappel, Stirling leads the attack with 250 troops while others swim into the marsh.

Eric Flint

  1. He also contributed outlines to the Belisarius series series (written by Eric Flint), and the General series (written by S.M. Stirling).

John Baird

  1. A few days later, in Broad Street, Stirling, Andrew Hardie and John Baird met the same fate as Wilson.

Reciprocating Piston

  1. There are many possible implementations of the Stirling engine most of which fall into the category of reciprocating piston engine.

Stirling Radioisotope Generator

  1. The Stirling Radioisotope Generator (SRG) is based on a Stirling engine powered by a large radioisotope heater unit. (Web site)

Stirling Council Area

  1. Dunblane (Gaelic: Dùn Bhlà thain) is a small town north of Stirling in the Stirling council area in Scotland. (Web site)

Water Anywhere

  1. A Stirling engine obviates the need for water anywhere in the cycle.

Ideal Stirling

  1. The ideal Stirling engine cycle has the same theoretical efficiency as a Carnot heat engine for the same input and output temperatures.

Brayton Cycle

  1. Hot air engines may use any one of several different thermodynamic cycles, including the Brayton cycle, Ericsson cycle or Stirling cycle.

Entire Stirling Council Area

  1. Note (12): The Provost of Stirling is the civic head of the entire Stirling council area, although city status only extends to the town of Stirling.

Second Kind

  1. Abramowitz and Stegun give the following symmetric formulae that relate the Stirling numbers of the first and second kind. (Web site)

Reverend Dr Robert Stirling

  1. The Stirling Engine was invented and developed by Reverend Dr Robert Stirling and his brother James, an engineer, over several years starting in 1816. (Web site)

Dean Kamen

  1. Dean Kamen shares my enthusiasm for Stirling engines. (Web site)

Stirling Number

  1. The Stirling number of the second kind S(n, k) is the number of partitions of a set of size n into k blocks. (Web site)

Stirling Bridge

  1. In the afternoon we will visit the Wallace Monument, and consider the battle of Stirling Bridge, William Wallace's dramatic victory over the English.

Second Stirling

  1. When the mechanical work for the heat pump is provided by a second Stirling engine, then the overall system is called a “heat-driven heatpump”.

Stirling North

  1. The rails from that section were reused in 2001 by Pichi Richi Railway to extend their narrow gauge track from Stirling North to Port Augusta.

Captain James Stirling

  1. Captain James Stirling, aboard the Parmelia, said that Perth was "as beautiful as anything of this kind I had ever witnessed." On 12 August that year, Mrs.

Stirling Castle

  1. Stirling Castle, located in Stirling, is one of the largest and most important castles, both historically and architecturally, in Scotland.

Stirling Range

  1. Part of the Stirling Range near Albany, Bluff Knoll is a favourite for mountain climbing and hiking.

Stirling Moss

  1. Smith counts among his collection a vintage Maserati Tipo 250F, often raced for him by another ageing legend, Stirling Moss. (Web site)

Advantages

  1. Fuel economy may not be an issue with the advantages of using unlimited but unusual fuel sources that a Stirling engine can make use of.

Pioneer

  1. There Mexican colleagues Alfonso Caso and Ignacio Bernal, as well as the pioneer, Stirling, also urged Coe to pursue his San Lorenzo project. (Web site)
  2. Stirling Moss was a pioneer in the British Formula One racing scene and placed second in the Drivers' Championship four times in a row from 1955 to 1958. (Web site)

University

  1. The University of Stirling is fortunate to possess a collection of fourteen paintings by the twentieth-century Scottish painter John Duncan Fergusson. (Web site)
  2. Detailed information about studying Management Science at the University of Stirling.

Chair

  1. International author Paul Henke, will chair a meeting on Sunday 26 April 2009 at the Albert Halls*, Stirling with the UKIPScotland EU election candidates. (Web site)
  2. Taruffi was still exhausted and seated in a chair when the Osca driven by Stirling Moss and Bill Lloyd crossed the finish line.

Supporters

  1. Published in Stirling, it currently has a circulation of around 6,000 and is read by supporters of Scots independence throughout the world.
  2. Mr Ancram will join former soldiers and supporters of the Save the Scottish Regiments Campaign as they march across Stirling Bridge.

External

  1. Advantages of Stirling engines * The heat is external and the burning of a fuel-air mixture can be more accurately controlled.
  2. Strengths of Stirling engines The heat is external and the burning of a fuel air mixture can be more accurately controlled.

Sweden

  1. In November 2007, a prototype hybrid car using solid biofuel and a Stirling engine was announced by the Precer project in Sweden.

Baronet

  1. In 1636 he was created a Baronet, of Carnock in the County of Stirling, in the Baronetage of Nova Scotia.

Title

  1. Many fans believe that Stirling Moss was the rightful champion that year, but the title fell to Mike Hawthorn and Ferrari in the finale of the season. (Web site)

Potential

  1. In the conversion of heat into mechanical work, the Stirling engine has the potential to achieve the highest efficiency of any real heat engine. (Web site)
  2. Nuclear power There is a potential for nuclear-powered Stirling engines in electric power generation plants.

Solar

  1. Solar powered Stirling engines are becoming increasingly popular, as they are a very environmentally sound option for producing power. (Web site)

Constant

  1. Stirling engines are best used as constant run, constant speed engines.

Hands

  1. The anticipated development funds did not materialize, and the car was unsuccessful even in the hands of Stirling Moss.

Measure

  1. The compression ratio is a measure of the performance in an internal-combustion engine or a Stirling Engine. (Web site)
  2. One intention of this review is to inject a measure of objectivity into the claims that are often made for Stirling engines. (Web site)

Exactly

  1. Stirling never proved that his extended formula corresponds exactly to Euler's gamma function; a proof was first given by Charles Hermite in 1900.
  2. The number of partitions of an n -element set into exactly k nonempty parts is the Stirling number of the second kind S(n, k). (Web site)

Efficient

  1. The Reverend Dr Robert Stirling (October 25, 1790 – June 6, 1878) was a Scottish clergyman, and coinventor of a highly efficient heat engine.
  2. This is used today in Stirling engines and many other industrial processes to save heat and make industry more efficient.

Article

  1. Applications It has been suggested that this section be split into a new article titled applications of the Stirling engine.

Working

  1. Some Stirling engines use a separate displacer piston to move the working gas back and forth between cold and hot reservoirs. (Web site)

Start

  1. A "pure" Stirling engine cannot start instantly; it literally needs to "warm up".

Reason

  1. Reviewing various prime mover s old and new, each was rejected for one reason or another until the Stirling engine was considered.
  2. The reason for this improvement is related to the Stirling cycle and its working fluid movement. (Web site)

Textbooks

  1. Erfahrung; the textbooks to Kant by CAIRD, WATSON, STIRLING, and the histories of philosophy.

Time

  1. At the same time, Stirling Highway was extended from North Fremantle across the Swan River via the new Stirling bridge to join with Canning Highway.
  2. Sir Stirling Moss and the 250F came together in 1956 in Albert Park to provide one of the greatest Formula One races of all time. (Web site)
  3. The greatest driver never to win the World Championship, Sir Stirling Moss OBE is arguably the greatest all-round racing driver of all time. (Web site)

Submerged

  1. They carry compressed oxygen to allow fuel combustion whilst submerged that provides heat for the Stirling engine.

Categories

  1. Perth
  2. Hot Air
  3. World > Countries > United Kingdom > Scotland
  4. Cycle
  5. Physics > Thermodynamics > Gases > Helium

Related Keywords

    * Air * Albany * Brother * Common Type * Councils * Cycle * Design * Edinburgh * Efficiency * Engines * Formula * Glasgow * Helium * Highest Peak * Highlands * Hot Air * Hydrogen * Internal Combustion * Local Government Area * Optimization * Otto * Patented * Peerage * Perth * Philips * Piston * Power * Power Output * Pressurized * Pump * Race * Regenerator * Reverse * Reversible * Robert Stirling * Scotland * Shaft * Solar Energy * Source * Steam * Stirling Cycle * Stirling Engines * Submarines * Warwick * Water * Working Fluid
  1. Books about "Stirling" in Amazon.com

Book: Keywen Category Structure


  Short phrases about "Stirling"
  Originally created: August 01, 2010.
  Links checked: January 04, 2013.
  Please send us comments and questions by this Online Form
  Please click on Move Up to move good phrases up.
0.0202 sec. a=1..