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Re: New engine

Postby Feliks » Tue Feb 20, 2018 4:42 pm

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 .. :oops:
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 .. :D
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 ... :D

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 .. :D But the revolutions can be a little bigger ..


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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 ..

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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?
Andrew

Ps my job, when I had 4 permanent employees, we are friends until today...
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Re: New engine

Postby Feliks » Sat Feb 24, 2018 4:39 pm

Well, I can imagine the future development of Feliks Crosshead:

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So here is such a nice professional site with such an engine with a variable degree of compression ..
But the crank layout has modes ...

http://www.mce-5.com/index.html

The lateral force of the piston has not been removed, only moved to the side wall ..

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F2Rkfye ... e=youtu.be

Andrew :D

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t7kyEFQVzkg

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Re: New engine

Postby Merlyn » Sun Feb 25, 2018 1:01 am

Well Andrew seeing your take on the old peepers defect re the " there is no evil that would not work out well " speech I am not sure about that but would admire your positive outlook concerning the peepers defect.
I have to say that I never took you for an Elvis look a like character, I assumed you were like the rest of us with blackened and broken finger nails / damaged pinkies etc.
Giving the peepers defects further thought one has to think about your long association with all those concerts and exposure to all those groupies therein perhaps straining / overgazing / ogling over intensively at their high lift lobes ( or low and medium lift ones on a bad day ) and wonder if this could well be worth the penalty of all those years of fame.
Whereby I for example have had to endure a lifetime of the lobes associated on camshafts only and quite clearly as such will not sell anywhere near the same amount of books as you when we each eventually publish that autobiography of times gone by concerning past working lives.
However I feel that at this point I must don my JJ ( Jolly Jack ) hat concerning the HMP, MMP, and the LMP greases to which I referred to earlier in order to enlighten you with the explanations of same.
JJ marking all those papers ( well, at least till July ) will obviously know the answer to these abbreviations off by heart ( ?) so by marking your paper in JJ 's absence I have to inform you that owing to your dealing with high complex design formulaes etc it would appear that failure to ID these basic abbreviations must carry a marking penalty score of zero out of ten on this occasion quite clearly indicating that perhaps too much time has been spent on high lift cam lobes V camshaft lobes and not enough on other basic engineering matters such as grease interpretations of T's and P's. ( Temperatures and Pressures )

Therefore, Viz,

HMP = High Melting Point
MMP = Medium Melting Point
LMP = Low Melting Point

So , if I may be as bold as to suggest, more time allocated towards T's and P's of suitable greases and a marked reduction in the study of Groupie Lobes, their design, location and the practicalities of same will achieve a marked improvement here.
Concerning the bearing scraper reference we must remember the importance of twinning together the imperial micrometer with the imperial scraper in useage
You may at this point be wondering how this can be achieved.
We cannot convert the imperial mike to a metric one but we can change over the metric bearing scraper to an imperial one .
How can this be achieved ?
By grinding the two horns of the bearing scraper on a six inch fine grinding wheel the necessary hollow ground horns or " lands " will thereby constitute an imperial change over and as such will render an white metal bearing scrapings to provide us with of course an imperial finish which of course to all of us in the know and showing higher engine hours run on our clock will immediately know will prolong bearing life and useage.
Right or left handed scraper changes can be achieved by exchanging the handles for the appropriate models required as and when necessary.
Concerning the Lycoming engine and your remark of how to get the piston out of the head I feel I might be able to assist you here as I personally owed an Avco Lycoming engine for 18 years and on one occasion the piston appeared out of the side of the bore wrecking the head and thereby rendering the engine to be a total loss.
As this happened 100 feet in the air it was not, to say the least a good day out for me.
GBAAU refers.

In conclusion I would add that my only contribution to the music scene is that I am manipulating a Mozart Machine in my spare time but sadly no high lift cam lobes here ( to date anyway ) and I see by looking on the net your neck of the woods indicates some up market Mozart Machines are in residence.

So back to HMP, MMP, LMP, HLC, MLC, LLC, and to conclude, TTTT.

Should there be a problem in translation with TTTT this is an old marine engineers saying from the sixties which I wrote about back along but no one seemed to know what it meant.

Time to turn turbines is what we used to say when leaving so it's TTTT.
Remembering The Good Old days, when Chiefs stood watches and all Torque settings were F.T.

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Re: New engine

Postby Big Pete » Mon Feb 26, 2018 6:36 am

But are you turning your Turbines on Steam or the Turning gear?
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Re: New engine

Postby Merlyn » Tue Feb 27, 2018 12:59 am

LS here, ( live steam ) RSH ( Resuperheated steam )
Turning gear in when top covers off, kidney thrust pads , white metal faces, engineers blue, bearing scrapers,
= beer money white metal facings.
Happy days indeed.
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Re: New engine

Postby Feliks » Wed Feb 28, 2018 5:50 pm

Yes, it's good to know about these concerts, Merlyn. It was just as hard work as scratching the panniers ... I was responsible for the whole, as an electronics, to play everything at every concert .. But imagine, for example, that it's Russians , they were coming to the plane with an ordinary truck, whose floor was 2 meters lower than the plane floor ... and they were to unload the 80 kg Hamond organs .. they did not always succeed and often Hamond "fly" through these 2 meters .. Then I before the concert I had to sacrifice him for 3 hours so that he would be fit again ... That was also the case with other things I had in care ... But here you have the first part of this concert ...

http://www.new4stroke.com/The%20Creatio ... 0World.MP3

If you have already mentioned Mozart, in some forum some Frenchman called me "Mozart Mechanics." But it was a few years ago ... I remember it because I liked it ..
Now, the issue of camshafts .. in the 1970s I drove cars with my friend Maciek ... We needed a sports camshaft for a rally car, but in Poland it was terribly expensive for us ... About 10 months of salary ... and we could not afford it ... We decided that we would make such a camshaft ourselves ... I will not describe how much sweat and tears it was, but in the end it was possible ... and the first cashaft were made ... Since then, Maciek has been running a workshop for the regeneration of these camshafts, and I went further with music, but every time I visit him, Maciek gives me a report about how and with these shafts ... And to sport it's even a computer program I wrote to him ...
https://www.ewrc-results.com/coprofile. ... zej-Feliks

http://www.rewar.republika.pl/index.htm

With this AVO Lycoming engine, it pities you, because you remember these few seconds for the rest of your life ... and once on some air forum someone asked me when his engine will have an air supply, similar to May Lycoming ...

Thanks for the explanation of imperial lubricants, because unfortunately I'm not a native language, so I usually have difficulties with such names ...

All the time I think, how to do it so that the piston in my project does not accidentally rub against the bushings. But thanks to the change in design, you can do the second piston rod lead completely downstairs, then you might not touch the cylinder liner .. With abundant water cooling, could be within the limits of PTFE.

In general, I am beginning to think that I should use 3 crosshairs for my NEW4STROKE, of course, in the bottom valve version.

I greet Merlyn and, as you can see, you can live not only with our memories.

Andrew :D

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Re: New engine

Postby Feliks » Fri Mar 02, 2018 4:31 pm

Yes, here is the engine, in this also the piston does not beat the cylinder .. But too complicated and I still do not like modes. And the lateral force of the plunger and so-called tobaccos somewhere is lost ...
But he will read for it, what it gives ... I do not have to tire about writing the advantages of my crosshead .. :D

http://www.wisemanengine.com/home.htm

And here is how something is not going on when crosshed ..
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And now he will not ...

Andrew :D

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Re: New engine

Postby Merlyn » Sat Mar 03, 2018 9:40 am

Show us the other side of the equation Andrew i.e. the liner and maybe the hole punched in the block?
S shaped rod = lookie inside block without removing crankcase door?

Repair too big for Belzona?
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Re: New engine

Postby Feliks » Fri Mar 09, 2018 2:10 am

Hi Merlyn, I remember that one day a fuel rod burst into the nuclear reactor, how he broke off, from the lift .. But so unhappily they bend out that they pulled him out for the next 3 years, because he did not want to run out of the hole .. Here could be similar .. :D
But I've been around for a couple of years, I think these engine blocks are unnecessarily so long ... But crankshafts of such length and precision are not easy to maintain .. Well, there are those like you, what they could do in imperial ones as far as exactly, the quality worked ...
But I invented such an engine system, in which only one crank is ... and the weight of the block let's say from these 2500 tons, it could decrease to some 1000 tons, without changing the stiffness of the whole structure ...
But whatever, Chinese steel was cheap, but now you could think about savings..

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Well, but now, after my rope proposal, it may look a bit different ..

And for people of any power, even that could look like that,

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Re: New engine

Postby Feliks » Mon Mar 12, 2018 3:46 am

I wonder if such a 45 cylinder engine could increase the speed of the ship to 50 knots?

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Re: New engine

Postby Merlyn » Tue Mar 13, 2018 2:18 am

Andrew,
There are not that many cylinders in the world methinks.
The 50 knotter jobs are for the squirter jobbies.
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Re: New engine

Postby Feliks » Tue Mar 13, 2018 4:35 am

Merlyn wrote:Andrew,
There are not that many cylinders in the world methinks.
The 50 knotter jobs are for the squirter jobbies.


I know, after all ... but I'm still only eating walnuts ... then... :D

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Re: New engine

Postby Feliks » Tue Mar 13, 2018 1:34 pm

Feliks wrote:Good opportunity to remind.

And about half rotate.

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Star engines were characterized biggest always force density

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Below picture of the star half rotate around 10 (40) with "cylinders". for the transparency of the picture one can see only 3 additional "cylinders" more than is at the animated film.
One can also see dimensions of the whole of the engine in the assumption that every cylinder has such dimensions for the picture half rotate with the set connecting rod of the Sulzer D= engine of 900 mm and stroke 2500 mm .

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So 10 (40) "cylindrical" engine half rotate about the same working capacity in comparing to the Sulzer 10 engine cylindrical on the picture below .

Sulzer: 10 Cylinders 20 m long , 15 m hight , 1500 Ton weight

Half rotate star : 10(40) "Cylinders" 4,5 m diameter , 4,5 m long
about 70 ton weight.


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And most importantly.. Since in the engine half rotate mass innertia are several times Sulzer smaller than in the engine, engine half rotate can work with the much greater rotation speed.
Slzer : 102 RPM 60 000 KW

Half rotate 250 RPM 150 000 KW

In same intake work volume .

Regards Andrew :D

Sure the engines of cars will be similar proportions



Well, here is a motor that does not need crosheads ... but it has 40 cylinders our stroke ..
But instead of the engine cylinders, it can be a nipple instead of a cros-heads (feliks crosheads). Just hook the ropes to the poles of rotation, and the ropes, normal pistons ...

Andrew :D

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Re: New engine

Postby Feliks » Mon Mar 19, 2018 3:53 am

https://www.physicsforums.com/threads/n ... cy.412725/

https://www.physicsforums.com/threads/n ... 725/page-2

7 years have passed and none of the "scholars" of this circulation has presented ...

They pretend that he's gone ... Stephen Hawking is already dead, but he did not know it anyway, so who can do it?

Do I really have to do everything myself,? But even if I do, then they pretend it is not there ...

Andrew :D

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Re: New engine

Postby Feliks » Mon Mar 26, 2018 2:44 pm

Nice video, and at the end you can see how fast it can turn,

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pSXgm8A ... e=youtu.be


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