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Portrait from Ulrich

Stirling Machines by Ulrich Hornstein


Since long, Stirling machines have caught my attention. The first contact with them was at a very young age in the workshop of my grandfather. One of is hobbies was to repair all kind of broken stuff from many relatives. He used to give me some simple tasks so I could do some "work" as he did. See "The Heritage" for a close view of his selfmade one-piston Stirling engine.

The other buttons will show some of my own tinkering endeavours in this absorbing field of interest.

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