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This brilliant video by Grand Illusions YouTube channel clearly explains how the fascinating thermoacoustic engine work
Lord Rayleigh discussed the possibility of this kind of engine back in 1887 but was unable to make it a reality due to technological limitation at the time.
The engine is demonstrated in the video by a small model engine that has an optimum running speed is 2700 rpm when warmed up fully.
The video’s host suggests that it is the fastest thermoacoustic engine available.
“The thermoacoustic engine works by converting sound waves into motion. The
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