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Comment by Andrew Feliks on May 18, 2018 at 6:23pm

Yes and in this even 8 cylinder engine (8 x 2 piston), only one crank and one "real" connecting rod .. ..

Do you know how many reciprocating masses less?


Comment by Andrew Feliks on May 18, 2018 at 6:21pm

But I like my cartoons ... here is what the prototype apparently traveled over a million kilometers .. Well, but I would certainly do without 2/3 crankshaft and 4 connecting rods less ...



https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Commer_TS3

and here, in this photograph, it is perfectly visible that if you replace these connecting rods and the crankshaft for these 3 additional cylinders 9 Next 6 pistons), for which you can clearly see that the place is, and outside put one crank with two connecting rods, then the strong , pratically with the same dimensional parameters and the same could be more likely to have TWO TIMES more power ... If like comon rail to use, then surely and the plane would be suitable with such parameters ..
One idea was enough.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/31486821@N02/galleries/72157628859068...

http://www.commer.co.nz/history

Well, if we were to convert the Rootes T4 version, then it would be 400 Hp with a good speed for the propeller.

Here in the movie you can hear that when they "defraud" it's almost like Formula 1 rolleyes
And it would be twice as good ...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m5xOA53YX4s&feature=youtu.be


A small crankshaft at the front and an additional lever ... I would have put in a good turbocharger yet, but I would leave mechanical roots, too... :love:

Commer Feliks


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Comment by Andrew Feliks on May 9, 2018 at 10:29am

Greg Locock, on 09 May 2018 - 05:34, said:

"I'll take real data even though it is hard to understand, compared with cartoons, thanks."

because if they learned from such scientists, which draw their conclusions a bit, it's no wonder .. And then they do not know what to pay attention to, and they deal with matters that are not very important, not important.
Strength tensions piston rings is `5 KG, and the side force of the piston is 150 KG, For them it is" half ".. :laugh:

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0301679X17303584

http://www.new4stroke.com/sily%20w%20cylindrze.pdf

It's good that you know someone who will lead you out of this error ;)

Andrew

Eat here and imagine that this side force is one-tenth of this force which has been hit by a connecting rod ..

[img]http://www.new4stroke.com/piston%20rod.jpg[/img]

And in the era of steam engines, they did not know what the water cooling of the piston might be useful ... I know ...:D

Comment by Andrew Feliks on May 6, 2018 at 4:59am

In other forum :
Posted Today, 10:46

Greg Locock, on 06 May 2018 - 06:13, said:

"You think that 15% of the IMEP is absorbed in sidethrust on the pistons? Don't think so, most of the FMEP is piston rings."


Well, unfortunately this is not true ... But so far people have thought so ... If you liked playing with a calculator, which I published a few posts above, then you probably already knew how much the reaction of the piston to the cylinder ... Publishes again with my setting value, and clearly see that this force reaches even 30% of the value of the force giving the torque .. derived from the combustion of fuel .. Contrary to appearances, the force of pressure on the piston ring piston is small compared to this force, because it is in the pressure of relatively the small force coming from the bending of the piston ring, which, as you probably know, we can easily squeeze with fingers ... ..... So that the force in comparison to the force of lateral force is many times smaller, if the engine performs heavy work .. And is independent of the load of the engine, it has practically constant value ... independent of the engine load.
Here you have a screen shot in the picture, because as you can see, you do not like to play with calculators. :wave:

http://mechanicalexpressions.com/explore/statics/crank-slider-torqu...


Comment by Andrew Feliks on May 6, 2018 at 4:57am

And the lack of crankshaft, because one crank with the connecting rod is hardly called a shaft ... if the engine has 16 cylinders .. :rolleyes:

http://www.railroadhandcar.com/projects/video-files/keystone-family...

Comment by Andrew Feliks on May 6, 2018 at 4:56am

By the way, such a precise 90 degree angle gear

with Sarrus element ..




Comment by Andrew Feliks on May 6, 2018 at 4:55am

Such possible variations ...
It can be connected by a beam through all cylinders ..

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oc5fmUOQAe4&feature=youtu.be

Comment by Andrew Feliks on May 6, 2018 at 4:55am

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Comment by Andrew Feliks on April 24, 2018 at 11:53pm

Had the twilight of long crankshafts ready to be ready ... ?


The connector between the arms as they will have the diameter of the main bearings of the main crankshaft, this should be enough....

 

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