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STAINLESS STEEL MESH COST

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In this work, a methodology for analysis of the performance of wire meshes as regenerative media for Stirling engines is proposed. Methodology includes operation conditions of the engine and mesh physical characteristics, such as material and porosity, as parameters to predict the pressure drop and the thermal efficiency of the mesh. The proposed m...

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... fabrication cost is also important when selecting a material for a regenerator. Table 5 was made with the information provided by a retailer of steel meshes in Mexico; it shows the cost of the material needed to make the regenerator for the gamma type Stirling engine 125-O. This table shows that cost of mesh #500 is too high to consider it as a viable option. ...

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