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Re: New engine

Postby Feliks » Sat Apr 14, 2018 3:45 pm

Here are a few more alternatives..


Such animation, so that we know what we are talking about ..

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Well, here's the crosshead but it's applied to my new 4 stroke ... we gain a lot ... for my experience with this engine, we now get 1 liter capacity of the main piston, about 300 hp at 5000 rpm.
Of course without NOx, because the pistons will be cooled with water ..
Well, that's what to fight for ...

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Re: New engine

Postby Merlyn » Sun Apr 15, 2018 1:46 am

Lot of linkages here Andrew, all capable of producing friction losses and thereby reducing the efficiency of your design.
I can only see a partial turning moment here of less than 90 degrees and to spin the crank 360 how can this be attained?
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Re: New engine

Postby Feliks » Sun Apr 15, 2018 2:23 pm

Merlyn wrote:Lot of linkages here Andrew, all capable of producing friction losses and thereby reducing the efficiency of your design.
I can only see a partial turning moment here of less than 90 degrees and to spin the crank 360 how can this be attained?


this is just a cross-referencing scheme that has to keep a straight line .. It should be connected to the crankshaft using a pin in any convenient place.

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Re: New engine

Postby Feliks » Tue Apr 17, 2018 6:39 pm

It's best to see in such a drawing .. so dead force can only give one's place on the casing in one place ... only pivot is in the place, which gives very little resistance to movement on a flat plane .. an element loaded with this force ..

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Merlyn, do you already have a good engine on your plane ? Could he get to Krakow? I invite you, and despite my modest retirement, I can invite you to MacDonald's dinner and then visit Krakow ...

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Re: New engine

Postby Feliks » Fri Apr 20, 2018 1:46 am

Always every two connecting rods and two cranks on the crankshaft in a 4 cylinder engine are always less .. :D :cheesy:

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Re: New engine

Postby Merlyn » Sat Apr 21, 2018 4:51 am

Andrew,
Thank you for your kind invite and lunch at the local Mcdonalds followed by a city tour.

The engine I had for 18 years is now gone, ( 1982-2001 ) it was not however a plane but a rotary jobby.
You know the old saying designed to wind up the fixed wing boys,
"To fly is heavenly but to hover Divine "
It was an Avco Lycoming petrol job.
Had I not sold it on the old adage would still apply for me here,
" Single engine over water?"
Not quite sure as to the McDonald's reference as I would have thought that futuristic advanced designs such as yours would require the propellant/fuel far in excess of what McDonald's could ever offer in order to be so far in front of the competitors and maintain that lead for the foreseeable future.
Searching for inspirations and ideas in an attempt to understand all the pistonless small ends and endless linkages and turning moments of less than ninety degrees depicted in your designs I find myself wondering that maybe should I try one of these McDonald's things in order to get in the correct design frame of mind foodwise in order to comprehend the complicities of the designs.
What do you think ?
Would you ever consider, as a by product obviously mentioning McDonald's in your patent application one wonders?
McAndrew springs to mind or similar?
McFelix, powered by McDonald's or similar?

To conclude I have to mention my next will be my first ( she cried in broken English ) but in the interests of such advancement and achievements to be attained the ultimate sacrifice will be made accordingly.

Ps.,

Hope the peepers are ok.
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Re: New engine

Postby Feliks » Thu Apr 26, 2018 2:39 pm

1400/5000
Well, Merlyn, you've touched on an important topic, asking if I know the old saying ... it's about my English. Unfortunately, I do not know old English sayings, because I did not go to the English school at least, where there are old sayings in class ... And that's why my English will never be native anymore ..
Atacy hits like you, wanting to be friendly to me, recalling such old sayings ... wanting to be close to me .. But how do I do not know these old sayings, and it's hard for me to understand you perfectly well ... But it's nothing because I think you are doing it with a good heart ... and that's how I receive it ...

No nonethetes, my product does not mention McDonald's, but as you suggest that before my name or surname, Scottish Mc, you may be close to the truth that he feels grateful to the Scots.
Because once, when I was 6, they did my hand surgery in Glasgow. and it was fortunate that there, because in Poland such operations then did not do the cleaning ...

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So that he feels close to the Scots ...
I can not find "peepers" in any dictionary ...

But for this, wanting to reduce the work of people with scrapers in my hand, I figured out that the crankshaft does not have to be long and few connecting rods will be less ...
It's always a little less work ..

It's also in the interest of progress how well you understand.

Had the twilight of long crankshafts ready to be ready ... ?

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The connector between the arms as they will have the diameter of the main bearings of the main crankshaft, this should be enough....


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Re: New engine

Postby Feliks » Thu Apr 26, 2018 2:41 pm

Peaucellier Due crosshead ..

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Re: New engine

Postby Feliks » Sun Apr 29, 2018 5:34 am

"Metallica" played in Krakow on his concert cover "Dżem" with whom I worked as a sound designer in 1984-1987. Here also "Dżem" from my work time


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


https://www.dailymotion.com/video/xrffaj


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Re: New engine

Postby Merlyn » Tue May 01, 2018 2:03 am

Andrew,
I have to say how relieved I am that the U.K. had a " hand " in your futureristic designs and that via Scotland albeit you were only six or so at the time the seed was planted via your pinkies back then to enable you to draw up these incredible designs which I am sure I am correct in saying a great deal of us out here cannot comprehend.

Old English equation explanation,

Pinkies = fingers,


Peepers = eyes,

However I am most concerned with your designs re these redundant small ends and what they connect to.

I felt sure the answers lay in your stage showing of Metallica and perhaps a secret code in the song re missing pistons and Gudgeon pins but I have to own up and admit my abject failure on this one, in so much as I cannot crack it nor even a wild guess it.
So I remain in the constant hope that you will impart your design secrets and let all of us who eagerly await the connection / tie up between Metallica and perhaps the blank small ends depicted on your drawings.
In writing hope you didn't forget to drill the oil holes.
Speaking of drilling holes I see your crank has no webs / counter balances nor balance weight holes drilled shown in your drawings.
Couldn't pick up the answer to this one either when gazing at the U tube of Metallica.

Difficult one this.
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Re: New engine

Postby Feliks » Sun May 13, 2018 5:40 pm

Merlyn wrote:Andrew,
I have to say how relieved I am that the U.K. had a " hand " in your futureristic designs and that via Scotland albeit you were only six or so at the time the seed was planted via your pinkies back then to enable you to draw up these incredible designs which I am sure I am correct in saying a great deal of us out here cannot comprehend.


Couldn't pick up the answer to this one either when gazing at the U tube of Metallica.

Difficult one this.


Yes Merlyn, here you are also glad that you felt relief ... but I must tell you that power in Poland, rather something opposite to me over the years ... Because they were not so good, as I showed everyone my hands and talked about cool historical technical monuments that you can see in the picture .. This is me with my Uncle, who baptizes me with water from the bay, over which this monument is Fort Bridge. Probably for this reason, I have such a low pension today ...

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You will not find Metalika's code. But I tried to get some cold during the Cold War, to warm it up a little bit, which I managed a little bit ... You can find some of this code on this recording .. We played a lot of concerts in the USSR in 1978, showing what nice songs in England are singing ... Well, a little convinced these people .. But even this for my pension did not help .. Here is such a recording from the sports hall 11,000 people, on the microphone tape recorder standing near my console, 30 meters from the stage ..

http://www.nowy4suw.republika.pl/Music/Rosja1978z.mp3

Well, now I send the easiest way to read the code .. such a race that says that maybe it will be twilight ... crankshafts ...

Principle of operation of a 6 cylinder engine with a crosshead, Watt type, Peaucelier or Feliks line crosshead .. So what gives us ... no friction piston by cylinder, so we can give up the oil for lubrication (oil pumps too), and gives 15% torque increase. Possibility of excellent cooling of the pistons with water, which will increase the compression ratio by 2 units. this is the next 10% .. Well, ecology, no oil burning, and less NOx, because in the chamber lower temperature ..
And the lack of crankshaft, because one crank with the connecting rod is hardly called a shaft ... if the engine has 16 cylinders .. :rolleyes:

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http://www.railroadhandcar.com/projects ... family.mp4

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Re: New engine

Postby Feliks » Thu May 17, 2018 6:47 pm

Hi Merlyn, at the beginning I wanted to apologize to you that maybe your methods, which you mention so well, probably go down in history. But it probably also other studies will be a bit outdated .. I am sending here that you did not have to think much about my ideas ... you always had to understand this code easier... :D
http://repository.am.szczecin.pl/bitstr ... sequence=1

But I like my cartoons ... here is what the prototype apparently traveled over a million kilometers .. Well, but I would certainly do without 2/3 crankshaft and 4 connecting rods less ...

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Commer_TS3

and here, in this photograph, it is perfectly visible that if you replace these connecting rods and the crankshaft for these 3 additional cylinders 9 Next 6 pistons), for which you can clearly see that the place is, and outside put one crank with two connecting rods, then the strong , pratically with the same dimensional parameters and the same could be more likely to have TWO TIMES more power ... If like comon rail to use, then surely and the plane would be suitable with such parameters ..
One idea was enough.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/31486821@ ... 8527/?rb=1

http://www.commer.co.nz/history

Well, if we were to convert the Rootes T4 version, then it would be 400 Hp with a good speed for the propeller.

Here in the movie you can hear that when they "defraud" it's almost like Formula 1 rolleyes
And it would be twice as good ...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m5xOA53 ... e=youtu.be


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A small crankshaft at the front and an additional lever ... I would have put in a good turbocharger yet, but I would leave mechanical roots, too... :love:



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Re: New engine

Postby Feliks » Fri May 18, 2018 7:17 am

Yes and in this even 8 cylinder engine (8 x 2 piston), only one crank and one "real" connecting rod .. ..

Do you know how many reciprocating masses less?

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Re: New engine

Postby Merlyn » Fri May 18, 2018 8:04 am

Andrew,
I well remember the TS3 engine as I worked on a lot of them in the sixties.
There was a common fault which occurred regularly if the correct preventative maintenance was not carried out which would cause a severe loss of power to occur and was caused by the fact this engine was a two stroke.
I still have a very long bar magnet to assist in this repair as nothing else would suffice.
Anyone?

Ps
Your photo of the connecting rods and the camshaft " looks suspiciously like a rocker gear photo to me.

Pps,

The specialist tools used to perform this repair were made by the famous VL Churchill whose specialist tools dominated the sixties back then.

Best clue?

"Back-pressure".
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Re: New engine

Postby Feliks » Fri May 18, 2018 4:08 pm

Merlyn wrote:Andrew,
I well remember the TS3 engine as I worked on a lot of them in the sixties.
There was a common fault which occurred regularly if the correct preventative maintenance was not carried out which would cause a severe loss of power to occur and was caused by the fact this engine was a two stroke.
I still have a very long bar magnet to assist in this repair as nothing else would suffice.
Anyone?

Ps
Your photo of the connecting rods and the camshaft " looks suspiciously like a rocker gear photo to me.

Pps,

The specialist tools used to perform this repair were made by the famous VL Churchill whose specialist tools dominated the sixties back then.

Best clue?

"Back-pressure".



Thanks to you and your experience, Merlyn. That's how I thought about the back pressure ... when the trouble started ... But when I started ...
You still have one photo here, a bit old, but you can see it well, without flares ..

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But I also prefer a classic fours and such a drawing you have .. but this long pret let me call myself Felix Roller .. I think you have nothing against?

Here is the solution for a normal 4 stroke engine ... it can be 2 x 8 cylinders with heads ... And this roller is common to everyone, it can have diameters ... clutch shaft ... .:)

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