### Formula

Wo

the power output of the engine

Bn

the Beale number

P

the mean average gas pressure

V

swept volume of the expansion space

F

the engine cycle frequency

Wo

the power output of the engine

Bn

the Beale number

P

the mean average gas pressure

V

swept volume of the expansion space

F

the engine cycle frequency

In mechanical engineering, the Beale number is a parameter that characterizes the performance of Stirling engines. It is often used to estimate the power output of a Stirling engine design. To estimate the power output of an engine, nominal values are assumed for the Beale number, pressure, swept volume and frequency, then the power is calculated as the product of these parameters.

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