New Mini DIY Stirling Engine Model Hot Air Quartz Cylinder Steam Powered Toy Physics Experiment
.Beautiful appearance and high quality. The pursuit of the details, the overall fine grinding, touched very smooth, very metallic and modern technology, to achieve a dual combination of texture and beauty. .Selected high-quality materials, the generator is full copper core, can send about 3-4V voltage. .The base, the bracket and the flywheel are all made of aluminum alloy, which can effectively increase the heat dissipation and deformation resistance. .The base is 7.5mm thick and is firm and strong. .The hot cylinder is made of quartz glass, which has the characteristics of high temperature resistance and burst resistance, it does not wear at high speed and long time. .The cylinder is processed by high-precision lathe, which adds more heat sinks, beautiful appearance, better heat dissipation effect for a long time and longer life. .The connecting rod is made of high quality 304 stainless steel, which adds a through hole, which makes the engine more stable and quiet under high speed operation. .The Stirling engine is powered by the expansion of the gas and the compression of the cold. 95% alcohol (self-prepared) should be used in the operation. Water, kerosene, gasoline, lighter oil, and liquor should not be added. .Place the engine model in a horizontal position, take out the alcohol lamp, add about 2/3 of the alcohol to the alcohol lamp, and ensure that the alcohol lamp is ignited under the premise of safety, you can use the hand to gently assist the flywheel to turn the engine to start the engine .By personally operating, you can gain a more intuitive understanding of the Stirling engine principle and deepen your interest in physics by observing the entire engine's operating flow. .At the same time, its superior quality and exquisite appearance also make it have a high collection value, which can be used as a high-grade decoration. .The product is suitable for people over 14 years old. .Tips: Be careful not to be hot to the heat during the operation.