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And how would you have to increase the power five times ...

Andrew

Andrew

https://www.new4stroke.com/mergedeng.pdf

I just need to find a good PhD thesis supervisor....

Andrew

Imperial volume XLS https://www.new4stroke.com/volume inch.xls

Are you following my defense of PhD ?

And "normal"

Andrew

Here is a video of a miniature chimney in a power plant and you can clearly see that CO2 flows out of it and immediately falls down. Exactly the same happens with CO2 flowing out of a real power plant chimney, after some time ..

In this second film, at the very beginning, you can see how the band "Śląsk" stands in such "smoke" made of dry ice .. and it also just walks on the ground, without any lifting. So it is clear that CO2 cannot be a greenhouse gas. know, please do not tell about any "carbon footprint" anymore ..

Andrew 😀

With their radical-looking Ram Induction setups, Mopars of the early ’60s sported some of the wildest engine compartments ever seen around the Motor City. Here’s what that was all about…

www.macsmotorcitygarage.com

So now I will try to authenticate the received power of my prototype ..

Well, in my opinion, you should simulate all the capacities of all 3 cylinders with pistons, because they are involved in every engine cycle, in its entirety.

we have this - The main piston has a capacity of 297 cubic centimeters

The suction piston has a capacity of 181 cubic centimeters

The exhaust piston has a capacity of 79 cubic centimeters

i.e. the sum of one engine cylinder is 297 + 181 + 79 = 557 cubic centimeters, i.e. with two cylinders, as in the prototype it is 1114 cubic centimeters.

Now, due to the very quick opening of the ports, the forces resulting from the induction frame (dynamic boost) are much greater than those of classic valves. Therefore, the entire space as shown in the drawing is perfectly "flushed" with fresh load, up to the maximum capacity of all cylinders. So it is possible to fill this 1114 cm volume completely ..

But now we have the displacement of the pipe between the carburetor tank and the cylinder, which, due to its inertia, will also fall into these cylinders and will not be retracted as with a classic cylinder, and will supplement the already sucked load.

The capacity of this pipe for one cylinder is about 400 cubic centimeters (diameter 5 cm and length 22 centimeters), i.e. for two cylinders it is 800 centimeters, which will be added to the previously calculated displacement, i.e. 1114 + 800 = 1914 cubic centimeters. that is, my prototym really sucks about 2 liters in capacity, it is no wonder that at 10,000 revolutions per minute, it will give us a power of about 250 KM .. (BMW 2002 ti at 10 000 rpm)

Now do you believe so much is possible ?

Andrew

Andrew

You buy a Tesla car without a battery for 1/4 of its price, you assemble it for several dozen dollars, my last engine to give electricity to Tesla from pieces of ice that you take from your refrigerator .. and you go away. When the ice runs out, you buy it at the gas station and feed it to Tesla again .. No idiotic waiting for it to recharge ..

But here is this cold water motor ..

As befits a decent Physical Mechanism made of 10mm thick copper plates .. In the first version it weighed 14 kg and was all made of copper .. Even there was more than one ..

Andrew

This time we take a cold spray with the medical ICEMIX peltier available in every pharmacy.

Andrew

Andrew

The outrageous plan to haul icebergs to Africa

Andrew

Andrew

Here is my example animation, how such a cold ice engine can work .. And we have 300 years to develop my concept .. I have already traveled a few years ..

Andrew

But maybe so ...GreenV8S said:Maybe you do.

Stirling engines are well known. That drawing shows an extremely crude one. Even very well designed ones have a hopelessly low power density and have no practical application.

We are already complicating the drawing. You understand this prowess the old way, and here the new has come.

You close all this business in a box of gas with a pressure of 100 atmospheres, and you take electricity from it, for 100 times better efficiency than you think .. This is also for low-temperature geothermal (50-80 degrees Celsius) and cold water, it is suitable ..

And by the way, it's very similar to my Haf Rotate engine, You can also give up round pistons .. and they can have large dimensions easily .. And then the power density will be rightly high, because everything works on Teflon seals. we deliver ice, ambient heat and we get electricity from this magic box .. of course, no emission of any by-products ..

Andrew

The steam does not go anywhere, because it is in a closed circuit, and the water is similar, it does not need to be topped up, but only cooled ..

Such "boxes" can be installed downstairs in mines to produce electricity .. with high efficiency .. But basically any source of heat can be used ..

The second law of thermodynamics, she forgot to say that the efficiency of a heat engine depends not only on the temperature difference, but also largely on the pressure at which the system works.

The Feliks-Newcomen formula.

Andrew

Well, for example, from geothermal energy, the cooling heat of internal combustion engines, and other industrial sources that can produce this temperature of 70 degrees Celsius .. But as we pump the air out to 1/3 of the atmosphere, the steam will be formed already at a temperature of 70 degrees Celsius. I am cold water, let's say 10 degrees Celsius, and the piston pushed by the force of the

"Inner Atmosphere" will go down, because there will be almost a vacuum .... As we have such energy in abundance, efficiency is in second place ..

And as you can see, the operation of a heat engine does not depend only on temperature, as suggested by the so far known second law of thermodynamics, but also on pressure too ...

Andrew

As you can see, I posed such a problem two years ago ..Here is the thermodynamic problem .. We have in a box, in a vacuum is a set of thermal engines with generators ... Will this set be more efficient than it would be normally installed without a box?

it's about how laws of thermodynamics work on the Equator, and how on the Pole.

Different temperatures

on the Equator 40 degrees Celsius and at the Pole - 40 degrees Celsius also for efficiency and the layout of the engine will be important ...?

Andrew

because I knew there is a solution other than "political correctness" "

Today it is already known that we have energy from the cold too ..

And now for the next thing. my Half Rotate engine .. And its greatest advantage.

This is the BIGGEST piston engine that is technically easy to build. My Half Rotate. Its dimensions are 10 m X 8 m in diameter. The area of one side of the "piston" is 400 X 1000 = 400,000 square cm. That is the pressure of a normal atmosphere, acts on it with a force of 400,000 KG. , that is, at the pressure from the post below, at a pressure of 0.3 atmosphere, it will be a force of 120,000 KG .. So the torque on the shaft will be equal to 120,000 X 2 meters average radius .. = 240,000 Kgm. at its rotational speed of 30 rpm, the power of such half of the engine will be 7400 KW (7.4 MW), i.e. the two halves will be around 15 MW .......

So, taking Geotermia Podhalańska, which declares 60 MW of thermal power, in the months when there is no need for heating, four such engines could also provide electricity for 24 hours a day in the amount of 60 MW .....

Andrew

Andrew

The steam does not go anywhere, because it is in a closed circuit, and the water is similar, it does not need to be topped up, but only cooled ..

Such "boxes" can be installed downstairs in mines to produce electricity .. with high efficiency .. But basically any source of heat can be used ..

The second law of thermodynamics, she forgot to say that the efficiency of a heat engine depends not only on the temperature difference, but also largely on the pressure at which the system works.

The Feliks-Newcomen formula.

Andrew

Well, don't worry All, I'll post the next steps ...

so that there was no shock therapy, with my inventions, I also started publishing, so that everyone could easily understand what it is because they know Boyle a little and know what pressure P is. then the engine will have 5 times more torque .. increasing the temperature of steam conversion only by 30 degrees Celsius .. And this is understandable, although the proportions are already fundamentally different than in the second law of thermodynamics .. But now, as already is quite understandable, we will not associate this efficiency with pressure,

a weight that can easily replace this pressure .. and perhaps is less technically troublesome ..

Well, now the calculation of one of my Half Rotate cylinders, 400 x 1000 = 400,000 square cm, will give us 2,000,000 KG at 5 atm (2000 tons), i.e. the average torque x 2 meters = 4,000,000 kgm and at a speed of 30 rpm min = 123 MW of electric power from one space ..

And that's it, with a childish temperature of only 130 degrees Celsius, 5 atmospheres of pressure .. and a completely closed medium circulation.

Well, everyone can see that in such an engine, it really does not depend on heat, which has increased by 30 degrees .. the motor torque has increased five TIMES !

for nuclear power plants, such a system of energy production from a reactor can also be used.

Write whether you have easily understood the emergence of energy from ... weight ...

Andrew

This is my way to "help" the atmosphere...

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