Modelling Stirling and Hot Air Engines by James G. Rizzo is a rare book on modelling Stirling engines and hot air engines.
The scarce book covers the historical origins and background of the Stirling engine, giving an explanation of the workings and science of the engine, and looks at the parameters of the hot air cycle.
The second part of the book deals with projects that can be constructed easily and cheaply in a modest-sized home workshop, the projects increasing in sophistication and technical know-how.
The book is illustrated in black and white with diagrams and photographs.
The card covers are in vg condition, clean and bright, with wear to the edges and small scuffs and scrapes.
The binding is very tight. Inside, the content is clean and unmarked and in fine condition.
Modelling Stirling and Hot Air Engines by James G. Rizzo
- Published by Patrick Stevens Ltd, 1985
- First edition
- 6 x 9 inches
- 191 pages