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History from 1783 to 1985 Part 1
Schematic of a hot air engine J. Ericsson 1860
Hot air Engines yesterday today and tomorrowHeat for making movements is an ancient dream of humanity.Who actually was the inventor and builder of the first hot air engine, is not exactly say.In the early nineteen, many people were concerned with the development of power machine `s.At that time, the documentation and patent being was underdeveloped ie, it was practically non-existent.There was almost no experience with foreign exchange `s presence. But it may be assumed that in many countries simultaneously and independently, similar machine `s were built.
The first hot air balloon ride from Brother Montgolfier in France in 1783, gave the first impetus to the development of flying machines. In 1807 it was discovered that a steam-engine aircraft was too big and too heavy. Thereby rejected the English flight pioneer Sir George Cayley, the volume of air at higher heating and cooling were smaller. This discovery could well be used to gain tion of kinetic energy.Sir George Cayley may be called as a land army and invented the first hot air machine.
Furthermore constructively with these discoveries began the Scottish Father Robert Stirling to build his machine.With the help of his brother James, the first patent could be notified. After many trials and uitprobeersel `s in 1827 In contrast to the Stirling G.Cayley brothers used two cylinders, one cylinder was alternately heated and cooled, on expansion of the air was created in the two cylinder a piston displacement. Of the two pistons working one as displacement or control piston, and the other as a labor `s piston. Because the air in the two cylinders will not be filled or removed, the existing air in the cylinders are used over and over again.
In 1826 the Swedish 23-year-old inventor engineer John Ericsson had emigrated to England, and began to build his machine with a calorific power of 5 hp. It was the same machine as that of Stirling, although two other standpoints started, they came to the same results. J.Ericsson also built a reegenerator in his machine, hot air longer allowed to work if they again cooled. In 1839, Ericsson moved to
New York, to continue to work there on his hot air machine `s. In both countries, he was known by his numerous inventions like the steam engine, the air pressure as a key worker, propeller and rotary kanonloop.Daarbij Ericsson had a great interest in life Hot Air motors. In 1855, Song Ericsson hot air machine patent which two pistons were in a cylinder, with this machine moves the work `s piston on the displacer piston rod, and there is also a second crank on this zuigerstang.En this machine was a so-called open machine, that every time introduces new air and perform ancient air.
This open machine without reegenerator who in 1855 was notified and was built in 1860. The major advances of this machine was that not only were the pistons in a cylinder, but also that the burner and a burner housing were with the cylinder.
1 chimney 2 `s vent valve 3 connecting rod for vent valve 4 flywheel 5 air control valve 6 crankshaft for displacer piston and labor 7 shipments from crankshaft to displacement 8 shipments from working piston crankshaft 9 machine support 10 machine foundation 11 cylinder 12 house burner with burner