This page has been created to receive some photographs and videos of various achievements made by excellent amateurs.
The webmaster of this site has chosen some achievements worthiest of interest and he will renew them regularly.
If you are interested by this proposal, contact him with the following address:
Fernand died in late 2008. In agreement with his wife, the splendid achievements of Fernand remain visible
on this site. Is not this the best tribute to him ?
Most models of Fernand were bequeathed to the Musée des Arts et Métiers in Paris. An excellent way to ensure the sustainability of these.
Exposure " AUTO-RETRO 57 " 9
and 10 august 2006.
All these engines was made by Fernand !
" EXPO-TRAINS " october 2004
Photograph of CHENAPAN engine, with its tutorial and its drawings. NB : the tutorial and the drawings of this engine are on this site here "Drawings"
Disc inclined "SWASHPLATE" engine
Beta engine for cogénération
Gamma engine with oscillating displacer
Small-scale model of an engine built at the beginning of the 20th century
Hot-air engine without displacer !
Boat engine !
heating by butane - cooling by water !
Engine with a complex kinematics
Engine with a vertical pendulum
Gamma engine with stationary displacer !
Fluidyne, flow: 12 l/h
Stirling engine with pendulum but without displacer!
Gamma engine with membrane piston!
Gamma engine, displacer with marbles
Copy of a model exposed to the "Palais de la Découverte" in Paris
Thermoacoustic engine ( See French description )
WIMSHURST's electrostatic machine - Voltage: 25 000 V
Steam engine, twin-cylinder, double-acting piston engine
Capacity: 8c.c. with inverter
Boiler made with a shell -- capacity: 0,7 l.
Greaser with micrometric adjustment
An other view of the engine discribed above
This site was created and is maintained by Pierre Gras.
Thank you with all the people who contributed their shares: articles, photographs, vidéos, worksheets…
The author is opened with any suggestion allowing to improve this site for happiness of everybody. Finally, a big
thank you to Robert Stirling !
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