ahhhhhhhhh its too much costly can you give it for free???I presume that you mean "Stirling engine" rather than "strilling".
I've never built one, however a fellow by the name of Merrick Lockwood and his team built a 5HP (3.7kW) engine under primitive conditions in Bangladesh; they fueled their engine using rice husks. However, after 5 years and around $1 million USD, the project was abandoned.
If you would like to read about how they did it, Dr. Lockwood wrote a 200+ page book on it with lots of photos.
You can buy a copy of it here: http://www.stirlingengine.com/
Direct page to the book: http://www.stirlingengine.com/product/84
This page contains some of the "dark side" information about why the project was cancelled:
You might have a look at this thread:
You mention a "dish", but no real specifics.
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