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Comment by Andrew Feliks on October 7, 2019 at 5:30pm

Well, here in the film you can see that the valves are almost not open at higher revolutions .. The same is seen this opening, the air that is to enter the cylinder ..

And the sound that this mechanism produces is huge .. You can take my word for it that the whole sound (95%) of the four-stroke engine comes from the timing mechanism ...
My engine has only 5% of this mechanical sound,

But on the exhale ... world record ...evil

http://new4stroke.com/zawory%20napedzane.mp4

Andrew

Comment by Andrew Feliks on October 7, 2019 at 5:29pm


In this film, you can imagine that on the other side of the valves there is the same disc as at the top and of course the wedges when it is to be closed, does the same at the bottom as this disc at the top of the springs

https://youtu.be/uUYn5kFFb5s

https://youtu.be/WtqDHJDN79w

https://youtu.be/_REQ1PUM0rY

https://youtu.be/pFTQrxQ3C3E

Andrew

Comment by Andrew Feliks on October 7, 2019 at 5:28pm

So here in slow motion you can see how the valve works in a four-stroke internal combustion engine .. You can see perfectly the "precision" of this mechanism .. It is best to watch it on the maximum screen .. You can see how the valve is when not pressed (and then there is a stroke of work with high pressure ) we are simply shaken by the effect of spring vibrations bouncing off the valve face and inertia .. At the bottom of this valve there is a "mushroom" which closes the way to the cylinder .. But since the valve stem dances so, the mushroom also makes such movements .. A since it performs these movements, even when it is "theoretically" closed, it really does not close the cylinder tightly, despite the fact that it is subject to a stroke pressure of up to 100 atmospheres. And we can imagine how much of this pressure escapes from the cylinder, on the effect of these "supposed" small, but very spoiling cylinder tightness, the movements of this mushroom .. Because at a pressure of 100 atmospheres, we can imagine that even a small gap, however, can even drop to 30 atmospheres make .. this mechanism is economical, and produced in virtually all internal combustion engines .. And complacency that the valve will be tight, because it presses it to the seat, high pressure in the cylinder is only the "wishful thinking" of the designers of such a system. because you can see that this is not true, because the valve sways and bounces off the socket, just when it should be closed ... This film helped me understand why my engine without these valves has such high efficiency and power, because how it receives in the cylinder, these 100 atmospheres, I will never lose my tightness all the time, closing the "valve", maybe like 2 atmospheres .. Well, but the amount of energy to use will be 3 times greater than in a traditional engine ... because 98 atmospheres .. And so on every cylinder .. adding to this even 40% more displacement, and twice as high achievable maximum revolutions, it also receives incredible power ten times greater than the original factory engine ... the load. Well, to find out about all this, I had to do [for 3 years of hard work a prototype of this engine, and say that it is so, although at first it did not seem to me at all, that so much is possible .. But it is thanks theoretically, to drive a Toddler (Fiat 126), with the same power as the original, you need a motor that will be smaller these ... 10 times .. But all this can not be determined by just watching the animations of my engine and criticizing me .. You need to spend your private million dollars to find out that this is the case ... And this film also shows that it is possible with all the imperfections of the current valve system ...
Even an indicator pressure test on an oscilloscope shows us that the pressure drops, but does not show us WHERE it escapes ... :lol:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=adYrRk22GDQ


Andrew

Comment by Andrew Feliks on October 7, 2019 at 5:28pm

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Unfortunately, the Carnot engine is only a fragment of the reality surrounding us related to heat engines .. But most try to explain it as a generally applicable law. In the meantime, for example, you can do a simple experiment at home with a "cold engine". Just pour cold water into the sink and put a screwed plastic drink bottle into it. We will see how it will change its shape due to the cooling of the air inside by cold water. Based on the change in its appearance, we see that also the engine would be possible on this principle. Everything is relative in physics .. But learning about heat omits many important physical quantities such as evaporation, freezing and most important - time. And theoreticians come to the conclusion that entropy is steadily increasing, but what about the scientific approach cannot be reconciled too much, because what will happen if this entropy is ever going to run out ? ;)
I present here, probably the largest heat engine that a man can build (It is suitable for the Guinness book of records ;) ) And theoretically, the pressure does not play any role in it, because the balloon from below is open .. the air heats up and the balloon can rise even at 5000 meters (record is 20,000 m), then the first balloon empties from warm air and fills the second, which thanks to the scrolling line to their tether will do electricity in the generator. Then the cycle repeats, from what we release at the top warm air and the bottom one, we fill it ... The old good principle and pressure does not play any role .. It's just a curiosity that not everything with heat is a Carnot engine ..
By the way, a hot air balloon is the longest-lasting machine in the air so far - the record is over 10 days ...
This shows because maybe there are other heat engines with higher efficiency than currently known .. Anyway. there is already a contribution to new thinking ...

[IMG]https://www.new4stroke.com/balony.jpg[/IMG]

Andrew

Comment by Andrew Feliks on June 4, 2019 at 6:03pm

And finally, we have good access to this NASA CALCULATOR for flight profiles. No Java pieces are needed.
Well, you can see that there is a place on the air profile, where the speed of the air is 3 times higher than the speed of the general .. but this is only on a small part of the profile .. But there would be set turbine ..

[IMG]https://www.new4stroke.com/wingspeed.jpg[/IMG]

here a link to this calculator and you can start learning aerodynamics yourself ... before the university is formed in this direction of aerodynamic energy.

https://www.grc.nasa.gov/www/k-12/airplane/foil3.html

Andrew

Comment by Andrew Feliks on May 18, 2019 at 6:53pm

Well, here is the way to create a vacuum - different in my Red Baron Windmill ... but now the first Newcomen steam engine called atmospheric, has an inaccurate name .Because actually it is a vacuum-driven engine, which gives condensed water vapor underneath the piston. In my case, this underpressure - it receives differently, from the wings put up in the wind and brought on to entrust the earth through a pipe with a large cross-section. And on the surface of the earth such a motor with pistons driving generators .. It is the most effective way, because virtually thanks to good piston sealing, vacuum we will not lose any losses .. thanks to this the efficiency will be high and no moving element can be seen in principle, except the rotating axis of the generator ... ..
That is why it is worth knowing the history of technology, because it contributes to the creation of new inventions.
here more about this Newcomen engine. , which may be useful to my Windmill Red Baron ... and we will have an efficient motor with a piston seal class, used to produce electricity from the wind ...
Well, it is definitely not a heat engine .. so talking about temperatures is pointless.:smokin:

[img]https://www.new4stroke.com/9V.jpg[/img]

http://www.technology.niagarac.on.ca/people/mcsele/interest/the-new...

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


Andrew

Comment by Andrew Feliks on September 13, 2018 at 12:47pm

We'll be back in time a bit, for the first project ...

Here with a sketched diagram in cylinders. the basic standard norm poped by the timing.
You can see a huge difference in capacity volume and its asymmetry ..
Adding well-done gasodynamic phenomena, the volume of one cylinder can even be 700 ccm of really sucked air, with a basic piston of 300 ccm.
Well, it's a little not surprising to receive this 200 hp at 5000 rpm with 1 liter of basic capacity ..

[img]http://www.new4stroke.com/volume1.jpg[/img]

But of course I understand that my experience and knowledge is not needed for anyone ... You can start from the very beginning and ... lose a few years to get what I already know ...

Comment by Andrew Feliks on September 13, 2018 at 12:46pm

Yes, the "Monitor" Memorial Museum is in New York. I am writing that a steam fire pump invented and built by John Ericsson has saved London before burning ...
So inventor John Ericson contributed to the good history of England.
And my engine Feliks -Commer is a bit like that of a hand-operated fire pump ...

http://greenpointmonitormuseum.org/traveling_road_show/jericsson126...

[img]http://www.new4stroke.com/fire_pump.jpg[/img]


[img]http://www.new4stroke.com/fire%20pump.jpg[/img]

Comment by Andrew Feliks on July 21, 2018 at 6:34pm

Only one part of the multi-cylinder H engine can be seen on my animation. As you can see from the history, it can be 24 cylinders .. the order of ignition can also be seen in wikipedia .. If we properly think, the customs of the main cylinder system from Felix Roller, may not have ANY ONE SCREW to twisting .. :wave:

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

Formel 1 too :

https://en.wikipedia...h_Racing_Motors

https://rafaelschelb.../11/23/60s-h16/

https://en.wikipedia...Lycoming_H-2470

https://en.wikipedia.../Fairey_Monarch

https://en.wikipedia...Whitney_XH-3130

[img]https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/3/36/H-Engine_4_stro...[/img]

Comment by Andrew Feliks on July 21, 2018 at 6:33pm

Greg Locock, on 20 Jul 2018 - 09:49, said:

So where does the sliding motion take place? The oscillating arm is changing length as the pistons move.

These brown elements can be made of Teflon with bronze or graphite .. They have relatively large surface cooperation, so the pressures will not be large .. so they can be done this way ..

[img]https://www.new4stroke.com/tan222.jpg[/img]

 

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