Numerical model for Stirling cycle machines including a differential simulation of the appendix gap
• The essentials of a 1-dimensional regenerative cycle simulation code are revealed. • An extension by a differential model of the appendix gap is introduced. • Simulated appendix gap losses are very sensitive to the heat transfer assumptions. • The new model includes interactions between the losses...
|Published in:||Applied thermal engineering : design, processes, equipment, economics, Vol. 111 (2017), p. 819-833|
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Applied thermal engineering : design, processes, equipment, economics, Vol. 111 (2017), p. 819-833