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Old 04-11-2006, 03:22 PM
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The latest experimental engine (Video)

Here is the latest experimental engine with Specs and Video.

http://www.plug2work.com/angellabsllc/d/myt.html

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Old 04-11-2006, 03:52 PM
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Very interesting engine.I can see it working on diesel or biofuel. That would lubricate the pistons. Gas with oil, like a 2 stroke would work but would pollute more.
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pretty darn slick...

"recipricating" 1800's piston motion efficiency has hit a dead end, we need a Wankel or better rotary engine of some kind
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I like the 814 ftlbs of tq , nice big number
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Sigh. As fascinating as it is, it seems like everytime you turn around there is another fascinating new type of motor that has lots of promise but for some mysterious reason doesn't make it to market. Still love to read about them though.
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I saw another one recently that worked on a similar principle to a swash plate compressor. Basically another rodless design. They all have seem like promising ideas and it's nice to know people are trying but if the industry was really willing to change we'd all have been driving miller cycle engines for 20 years. I wonder sometimes if the hybrid isn't just a ploy to keep us on the high maintenace electronic recyprocating engine of today. Ask any submariner of the pre nuclear era if the electrics were'nt the most reliable part on board.

just my two bits
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Old 04-11-2006, 09:46 PM
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Thanks Mossy!!

well as far as them trying to keep us in the old tech when the NEw tech comes around & gets resonably priced & all the bugs worked out it will work

look @ home computers

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