Can I get the Sun's heat to power a small Sterling engine for a science fair? Answered
A regional science fair is coming up, and this year my school will be hosting it! Being such a good opportunity, I have decided to participate in this fair. So far, I have thought about making a sterling engine powered by waste heat from computers, light bulbs, etc, but my science teacher recommended I use the heat from something really abundant, such as the sun's rays. It seems like a good idea, but does anyone know what I can do? Also, if anyone has any other topics I can do for the fair, that'd be great!