Describe the types of heat engines and compare them from an environmental point of view

Internal combustion heat engines and external combustion heat engines. For the operation of internal combustion heat engines, fuel is required, when burned, harmful compounds are released into the atmosphere. For the operation of external combustion engines, fuel is generally not necessary. The working substance can be heated by natural heat sources.

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