"Well, I can imagine the future development of Feliks Crosshead:
So here is such a nice professional site with such an engine with a variable degree of compression ..But the crank layout has modes…"
"A traditional crosshead, usually unbalanced, to save a little on the construction .. But for this, when the command "whole back" is taken for the ship's engine, only 60% of the power can actually be used, because of this unsymmetrical…"
"Here all the forces in the crank mechanism ... Reduction in the stroke of the shaft twice reducing, with the same stroke of the piston causes a large increase in efficiency, by reducing the forces of inertia. Also the force Nm sometimes reaches up…"
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Okay, yes, do we continue to develop ideas ...here one of the advantages: the possibility of completely separating the piston chamber, from the crankshaft chamber and main…"
"What if you made Teflon so much ? And maybe in diesel it would be enough to lubricate them with fuel ? And the rolling bearings on the crank with the grease in the middle ? This ... the engine could have been WITHOUT lubricating oil. Just what…"
"Well, there is one big advantage of such a crosshead. We can freely change the stroke, piston in relation to the crankshaft stroke .. For example, the stroke of the piston is the same, and the crankshaft stroke even twice as long .. Everything will…"
I would love to know more about the underground Windmill you were speaking of in the Green Engineering Group, particularly about any noise cancellation effects of having these windmills places in the ground and what could be expected in terms of energy output. I am currently in the final steps of the planning stage for a very large Green development for which we had planned to use industrial 1.2 MW Windmills, but hit a snag when our research into the technology indicated these produce a great amount of noise pollution.