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History from 1783 to 1985 Part 3

1 piston rod 2 air inlet 3 power piston 4 cooler 5 piston rod for the displacer piston 6 smoke outlet connection 7 displacer piston 8 fire space 9 hot plate 10 crankshaft 11 flywheel

Schematic presentation of a hot air engine from Ossian Ringbom 1907

1 piston rod 2 expansion piston 3 expansion space 4 heating 5 reegenerator 6 cooling 7 compression chamber 8 compression piston 9 crankcase 10 crankshaft

Schematic of a V-or L - type hot air engine by philips 1953

Another invention that in the further development of the hot-air engine and played a role was that of Ossian Ringbom. But after the patent application in 1907, there was very little interest in this invention, since the electric motor was invented.Ringbom, the principle of the two-cylinder machine consisted of a pneumatic control of the displacer piston. A major advantage was that there was only one crankshaft needed which is over a piston connecting rod connected with the work. On the thereby created free spot on the crankshaft they could drive a generator.

A lot of development work in the field of hot air engines was done by the company Philips in Eindhoven , Netherlands , in the years 1983 to 1979.Also other large firms `s like Daimler - Bens, Ford, General Motors, Male, Sweden United Stirling and Volvo were working with various experiments. Concurrent with this development were the Japanese companies Aisin Seiki, Mitsubishi, Tokyo Sanya and Toshito .Even before the Second World War developed Philips a small hot air engine with as generator, to generate electricity because the then batteries were quite heavy and large. But the advent of the transistor technology also came to this development in jeopardy.Led by Dr . RJMeijer began Philips in 1953 to develop a complete hot air engine .tthe goal was to build a competitor resistant generator without the drawbacks of the normal combustion `s engine. Although the units worked well, they got problems with the mechanical function, such as lubrication and it `s external heating system. The proceeds of this aggregate was not particularly big, and they got problems with lubricating oil in the labor room.