Chemical and Petroleum Engineering

, Volume 41, Issue 9–10, pp 530–536 | Cite as

Methodological Bases for Design and Analysis of Stirling Cryogenic Machines

  • N. G. Kirillov


A new universal method is proposed for analysis of reverse-cycle Stirling machines (SM) — cryogenic machines, moderately cold refrigerating machines, and heat pumps. Two computational models are used in the analysis: adiabatic and hydrodynamic. The following are presented: basic steps in the development of a method for SM analysis, the structure of a universal method of analyzing reverse-cycle SM, an algorithm for analysis of the hydrodynamic model, and the structure of the procedure used for dual-level multi-parametric optimization of a reverse-cycle SM.


Mineral Resource Computational Model Heat Pump Hydrodynamic Model Basic Step 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • N. G. Kirillov
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  1. 1.IITs Stirling-TekhnologiiSt. PetersburgRussia

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