Validación de un prototipo de motor stirling solar para la generación de energía eléctrica en zonas no interconectadas
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Universidad Autónoma de Occidente
This document presents the performance analysis of solar Stirling engine prototype for a generation of 400W, manufactured by the SENA. Initially, the functional requirements were characterized considering a domiciliary use in noninterconnected areas from the Valle del Cauca, taking as a case of study an average three people's family from the town del Hormiguero. Next, a theoretical analysis was carried out based on Gustav Schmidt's model to identify the power produced by the current configuration of the prototype. It was found that the Stirling engine could satisfy 89% of the current demand for a four-hour power supply. Additionally, recommendations were made on other configurations for the engine, a technical datasheet of the prototype was made, the manufacturing costs of the prototype were quantified and measurements of the engine's operation were made, with which it was identified that the real system could generate more energy of the theoretically calculated amount. Keywords: Stirling engine, validation, non-interconnected zones.
- Ingeniería Mecánica 
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