Very Simple Stirling lamina flow liquid piston engine.

Yes, this Stirling liquid piston engine is as simple as it looks. It is water in a U shaped tube which has one end open and the other end connected to a test tube that is 2/3 full of coarse steel wool.

A glass low friction syringe and plunger also work well as a substitute for the liquid piston.

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