Stanley Steamer

Stanley Steamer
A 1909 version of the Stanley Steamer. [1]
In engines, Stanley Steamer was a 1897 Rankine cycle steam-powered automobile introduced by the twin brothers Francis Stanley and Freelan Stanley, built with a two-cylinder, 30 horsepower, reciprocating steam engine, with a 4.0 inch bore, 5.0 inch stroke, an a boiler operating at a pressure of 600 psi and temperature of 600 F, being fueled with gasoline or kerosene. [1]

References
1. Balmer, Robert T. (2010). Modern Engineering Thermodynamics (Stanley Steamer, pg. 519) . Academic Press.

External links
‚óŹ Stanley Motor Carriage Company – Wikipedia.

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