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Old 10-10-2006, 07:19 PM
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New engine with pivot piston

Please visit firrst background animation:Pivot piston

Possible mutation:
Pivot piston little modification. Using in four-stroke “piston “ square valve.


One big advantage have “piston Pivot”. Pistons not have force: Nm !!!
This reaction is only in bearing piston !!

Another, piston no need lubrication, lubrication only need “Rings” (sliding seals)
Next my modification: sliding seals put no in piston. This seals put in cylinder!! Advantages: cylinder are LIFETIME , maby building only aluminum cast.
Because on cylinder no sliding piston and seals, made aluminum, excellent conduct heat !!
But piston must make steel cast. (Or steel surface)
Then piston and seals only need change at refit engine, without any mechanical enginery.
Theoretical, only need to change part to repair engine!
In this version lubrications are need only seals, sure much little in conventional piston.
Ecology are happy,when seals made Teflon (with water cool pipe)and engine no need oil.


Simple engine:




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Old 10-11-2006, 02:25 PM
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two stroke

Two stroke if Teflon seals - without oil.



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I don't know if this is advertising or spam or a really great invention........


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Old 10-11-2006, 04:15 PM
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I don't know if this is advertising or spam or a really great invention........


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Slowly, Tom. In first time always we don't know.
I live 25 years in "Piston reality", and easy work with it. Right know we have internet and we easy communication in new innovations.
Sometime I too don't know
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For sure it's poor use of the english language.

If Toyota and Hoda buys into it, I'll convert. Until then I stick stuff like this in the cow magnet file. Maybe in the file right above it, at least this looks interesting but not quite ready for prime time.
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Old 10-11-2006, 04:42 PM
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For sure it's poor use of the english language.

If Toyota and Hoda buys into it, I'll convert. Until then I stick stuff like this in the cow magnet file. Maybe in the file right above it, at least this looks interesting but not quite ready for prime time.
Are you sure , so Toyota and Honda have enough money?
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Cut him some slack, he's not from the US.
I applaud the effort but it looks like an extreme variation of a 2 stroke design, having some of the same problems with emissions and fuel economy. I wish I knew more about 2 strokes to comment further.
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it reminds me kind of, the concept of a wankel, I know it's way diffrent.
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That's the first thing that came to my mind too...the Wankel engine. You ever hear a Wankel with open exhaust? Loud mothers lol!
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it reminds me kind of, the concept of a wankel, I know it's way diffrent.
But in this conception slide seal are ideally round, in Wankel once round, once line, in every round. And Wankel never seal be good, because never "know" what line is good ;round, or straight line.
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it's deffinetly an interesting concept, good for infinent rev's I'd guess. only thing that could let go is the bearings needed at ither end of the crankshaft, or that connecting rod, connected to the crankshaft.
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For sure it's poor use of the english language.
Probably better than your use of the Polish language........I know it is far better than mine
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Neither do I.....still scratching my head studying it. Very interesting concept though.....
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That's the first thing that came to my mind too...the Wankel engine. You ever hear a Wankel with open exhaust? Loud mothers lol!
They sound like a "PISSED OFF HORNET'S NEST ON STEROIDS" to quote an old friend of mine.

I know they sound very interesting at 8K in 3rd gear, when you are behind the wheel of one.
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For sure it's poor use of the english language.

If Toyota and Hoda buys into it, I'll convert. Until then I stick stuff like this in the cow magnet file. Maybe in the file right above it, at least this looks interesting but not quite ready for prime time.
You can say that in Polish...

Na pewno to jest biedny używać od Anglicy język. Jeśli Toyota i Hoda kupuje w ono I'll neofita. Do wtedy JA wetknąć napychać tak w ten krowa magnes umieścić w teczce z dokumentami. Może być w ten umieścić w teczce z dokumentami akurat nad ono , przy najmniejszy ten wygląd zainteresowanie oprócz nie zupełnie gotowy pod kątem poranne godziny.

If you translate it back it comes out:

To ssurance to wit wretched uywa ex The English jzyk. Intestines Toyota as well Hoda buys on she I'll convert. Until then ME stick stuffs yes on this vaccine magnet umieci on portfolio ex filing. Moe by on this umieci on portfolio ex filing right above she , with z least this looks interest short of not zupenie ripe under ktem prime time.

I guess my Polish needs some polish...
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