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Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering (MSME)
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Stirling engines have been in existence since the early 1900s, and have been of little study in the recent years. Stirling engines are low power, heat engines which work on the principle of a temperature differential between the hot and cold sides. This thesis will look into the integration of a Stirling engine onto a turbocompressor for automotive applications calling the device a Stirlocharger.
Mathur, Adhiraj B., "STIRLOCHARGER POWERED BY EXHAUST HEAT FOR HIGH EFFICIENCY COMBUSTION AND ELECTRIC GENERATION" (2015). Open Access Theses. 1153.