The average amperage on denatured alcohol started at over 2 amps (which may have been an erroneous reading?) but then gradually diminished to 0.27 over a few minutes as the metal heated up. The main limiting factor was keeping the side of the stirling engine cool that was supposed to be. Radiator style cooling fins would be a big help I think, it’s too small for practical liquid cooling.
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