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A free piston Stirling engine having a free displacer mounted in a sealed vessel and suspended on a diaphragm. A rigid wall on the displacer forms, with the diaphragm, a closed oil cavity. A moving wall such as a piston or bellows in the rigid wall accommodates volmetric changes in the cavity when the displacer oscillates in the engine working space to control pressure induced stresses in the diaphragm.
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Claeys Joseph V.
Husar Stephen F.
Mechanical Technology Incorporated
Ostrager Allen M.
Trausch III Arthur N.
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