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Hmmm..I like the sounds of this!
« on: September 29, 2005, 02:17:42 PM »
How would you like a engine that can be easily configured/swapped from 4 stroke to 2 stroke configuration? Has 8 times the intake displacement  per 2 revolutions than a conventional 4 stroke and 16 times the intake displacment in 2 stroke configuration.

Minimal internal rotating mass, no flywheel, near instanteous acceleration, no valves, rods, or crankshafts to rob horsepower. Low rpm torque, the likes that are not seen in conventional engines.

Can be run with various fuels, air, steam....

low weight
low noise
zero vibraion
high torque at low rpm
efficient on a wide power range
homogeneous clean combustion and being multi fuel capable
allowing detonation mode = increasing the efficiency, while maintaining the uniform combustion capability and simultaneously reducing the polluants.
First, by firing 8 times each two revolutions in a 4-stroke mode, which allows to use the combustion chambers much more often without having to increase the engine rpm, and without facing the fast gas flow problem, nor the valves inertia since there are none.

With our OTTO mode piston engine, about half the gasoline used in the
transportation sector is literally wasted to fight the intake atmospheric vacuum depression
generated by the carburetor or injector manifold butterfly-valve (The engine-braking effect) !
This is half the pollution of the transportation activities,
but also half the sales of the petroleum companies in that sector...
Why are the governments not also listening to their scientists ?

Pretty wild? Out there? Not possible?.....

Ah but it seems to be...