Thanks for the compassion with my eyes, but sometimes seeing double you see more than others .. There is no evil that would not work out well. So I answer your questions .. Will dispel your doubts about my retirement .. Somehow, it's so strange that for 3 months he gets exactly 167 $ on his hand .. probably that's why I do not go anywhere, I'm sitting at home and I come up with new constructions ... But for such strange matters I've been used for 14 years ..
By the way, I will say that I have been working professionally as a sound director and electronic musician with Polish music bands since 1969. In the 1970s, we went to the USSR with concerts to soothe their cold-war customs. And, basically, it did ... Here's a recording for a microphone standing next to my console, 30 meters from the stage, during a concert on a hall of 11,000 people .. http://www.nowy4suw.republika.pl/Music/Rosja1978z.mp3
With these bearings, maybe you're right, you definitely need to choose a more permanent way for this rotary motion. I do not know anything about the lubricants you ask for, because they're from another region. Important that they will be separated from the piston and combustion products , what their long use also divines ..
Regarding my assistant, he already knows that maybe I will try this other kind of nuts, which may even better affect the brain's activity ...
With these chains instead of a rope, I only mean their tremendous endurance, as well as with the gears, for smaller units .. they are also very flexible, and timig helps them reliably fasten, so do CNC machines in the drive ... You could probably higher turnover than the sacramental 102 revolutions per minute.
With this micrometer it is also right that the imperium gives better results .. as in the hand has a scraper experienced person ..
I try not to forget about anything, but I would also like to make a nice model ..
But the construction is developing .. so for now, decisions are not taken ...
Well, here is a new drawing, because I discovered that practically only one way is true. In the other one can be symbolic ... I can always be all back, not just 60%, because the crosshead is nonmetrical. asymmetrically, but on both sides 100% of the forces carry ..
A traditional crosshead, usually unbalanced, to save a little on the construction .. But for this, when the command "whole back" is taken for the ship's engine, only 60% of the power can actually be used, because of this unsymmetrical crosshead, which can not withstand greater load, in the reverse than usual turnover.
In my solution, it does not matter which engine the engine is on, so "the whole back" can actually be "all", i.e. 100% ..
But in my solution, it may be asymmetrically, for the same reason as in the traditional one, it means that the piston is pressed down all the time, if not by the work stroke, then by the compression stroke ... (of course, it is 2 stroke ) .. Therefore, the second lower frame, can be "symbolic" and the thin line, just to keep the kinematic bond in some abnormal situations.
Of course, all this new mechanism can be in a separate housing, separating the oiled space, from the space under the piston, which can be cooled water ..
Developing further ideas for smaller engines, instead of a rope, we can use a toothed belt, whose durability is known from the mechanisms of timing ..
But the revolutions can be a little bigger ..
The same can be seen in this Lycoming engine, the pin is a ball, but only from the top, because the piston always presses it from above .. in a two-stroke engine ..
This hanbook : http://www.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/821500.pdf
Here is a handbook, but it is very long uploading, because 35 MB .. On the 74 page, such a two-stroke engine, whose piston pin, is a ball, which moves only pressure from above in a pristine way ..
I still think about how to get the connecting rod out of the head ... maybe some scoth joke can be used with these small revolutions?
Ps my job, when I had 4 permanent employees, we are friends until today...http://www.felix50.republika.plhttp://www.felix50.republika.pl/wpisdoewidencjii.jpg