Stirling Engine Design Manual
28cm x 21.5cm. x, 359 pages, black and white illustrations. Black comb binding, red covers.
Stirling engines, developed in 1816 by Scotsman Robert Stirling to rival the steam engine, were mostly used for low-power domestic applications. It is a closed cycle system, heating a gas to produce mechanical power.
Water stain to lower cover resulting in red stain to last few pages. Previous owner’s name. Minor general wear. Good Condition.
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