How To Cool Stirling Engine Minecraft, Stirling Engine

This page is about the Stirling Engine from BuildCraft. For other Steam Engines, see Steam Engine.

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Stirling EngineEnergy
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Mod BuildCraft
RF storage 10,000 RF
Max RF output 10 RF/t

The Stirling Engine, formerly called the Steam Engine, is the second tier of engine in BuildCraft and provides 10 Redstone Flux per tick (RF/t).

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Usage

The Stirling Engine must be fueled with Saplings, Coal, Wood, or a Lava Bucket and it must be activated with a Redstone signal. It can be used to power a variety of machines such as the Mining Well. It can be connected to other Stirling Engines to add power, or can be connected to a Kinesis Pipe to transport that power elsewhere.

Power

The Stirling Engine provides 10 RF/t. The following items are burnable and last for specific amounts of time before being consumed:

MaterialBurn Time
Lava bucket 20 min 40 sec
Coal, Charcoal 1 min 20 sec
Wood, Wood Planks 15 sec
Saplings, Sticks 5 sec

The smaller colored side of the Stirling Engine is the side which is providing power. The orientation of the engine can be changed using a Wrench. A Stirling Engine will not overheat unless it is not powering anything and it builds up 10,000 RF (1000 C heat) internally. Click the engine with a Wrench to re-enable the engine after overheating.

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When the engine is first turned on, it will not immediately output 10 RF/t. Its output will scale up to 10 RF/t as its stored energy increases, reaching maximum at 3,749 RF stored (100 C heat).

If the Redstone signal is shut down, the engine will stop outputting power, and its stored energy will be lost at a rate of 10 RF/t. The engine will not stop consuming its current item of fuel, but it will not start burning another item of fuel unless the signal is restored.

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If the engine is not connected to an appropriate power consumer and accumulates more than 3,750 RF (about 107 C heat), it will shift to a lower-power mode and reduce its output to 3 RF/t. It will however not reduce its fuel consumption. The engine will not shift out of this lower-power mode until either its fuel runs out, or the engine is manually switched off long enough for its stored energy to drop below 3,750.

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