Hello all! I have been trying to do some research on this subject but cannot seem to find much. I understand there is some blowby in a gasoline or diesel engine, but what about a Stirling Engine? Since it is an enclosed system of gas, how is that handled? Is the force too low for there to be a blowby effect because of the gases traveling between pistons so the force is dissipated before it can blowby?
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