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Étude théorique et expérimentale d'un moteur Ericsson à cycle de Joule pour conversion thermodynamique de l'énergie solaire ou pour micro-cogénération.

Abstract : An Ericsson engine is an external heat supply engine working according to a Joule thermodynamic cycle. Such engines have separated compression and expansion cylinders, a recuperator, and a monophasic gaseous working fluid. First of all, in this thesis we have developed an original theoretical model of a volumetric hot air Joule cycle engine. The theoretical results are presented and analyzed. Then, we have tested a prototype of the 'hot' part of an open cycle Ericsson engine developed by our laboratory. Experimental results for the ‘engine mode' and the ‘driven engine mode' are presented and analyzed. The performances of the prototype are in agreement with previous modeling results and assumptions. Therefore it has been decided to build and add the compression part to the prototype so that to allow the test of a complete Ericsson engine.
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Abdou Touré. Étude théorique et expérimentale d'un moteur Ericsson à cycle de Joule pour conversion thermodynamique de l'énergie solaire ou pour micro-cogénération.. Energie électrique. Université de Pau et des Pays de l'Adour, 2010. Français. ⟨tel-00546852⟩

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