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How do i make a Stirling cycle cooler? Answered

I would like to thank the following users for their help: Kiteman, The Skinnerz, steveastrouk, rickharris, Vyger, AndyGadget, iceng.
   I would like give a special thanks to "steveastrouk " for telling me to find old papers and work from the first cryocoolers.
   I also found out that these are relatively cheap (compared to the other cryocooler systems).
   What do i need on building this?
   Can everyone give me a help on this?
   Thank you :D

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rickharris
rickharris

Best Answer 8 years ago

Do you have access to a very well equipped machine shop?

Do you have the skills to manufacture to a very close tolerance?

Do you have a budget to implement these things

If the answer to ALL these is YES

Look here

Otherwise the answer is you can't do it.

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steveastrouk
steveastrouk

Answer 8 years ago

PRETTY machines. "3-6%" COP @ 80K....

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jamesc4
jamesc4

Answer 8 years ago

Yes, they are pretty machines :P

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rickharris
rickharris

Answer 8 years ago

Look good - The information the OP wants is in there.

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jamesc4
jamesc4

Answer 8 years ago

Hello guys.
Once again, thank you for the help. I didn't answer right away because i was waiting for other people's comments.
I have a +- Budget and a skill to manufacture this.
The problem is that i don't understand the concept of this.

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steveastrouk
steveastrouk

8 years ago

You need a good machine shop - exactly what the old guys had.

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jamesc4
jamesc4

Answer 8 years ago

Yes, they didn't had the technology but they were able to prove how things work.
A congratulations to them ;)

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jamesc4
jamesc4

8 years ago

The objective os this Stirling cycle cooler is to turn oxygen, hydrogen and nitrogen liquid