Add to EJ Playlist This animation provides a basic understanding of how the Rotary Engine is put together and how it works. It was created with 3ds max, Cinema 4D and After Effects.
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Add to EJ Playlist Orbital Corporation Limited has developed FlexDi technology that enables engine manufacturers to develop one engine that can burn different fuel types through simple changes to the fuel system. This opens up the potential for Gasoline, Ethanol, Methanol, CNG and Hydrogen systems to be installed in the same base engine resulting in an engine that meets global emissions and fuel supply demands. FlexDi reduces engineering costs and brings the reality of a single engine to handle all fuels and combustion requirements. For more info on this technology go to: www.flexdi.com or www.orbitalcorp .com.au
Schmidt Products, LLC is the US representative for Orbital. Call Bob Schmidt at 810-441-1457 if you have any questions regarding this unique technology.
Add to EJ Playlist A partir de nuestra experiencia en el tema de la Tribologia Aplicada a Motores Diesel en el analisis de fallas de pistones y utilizando el excelente material de Dr.Ing P.Christiani GmbH (Alemania)voy a comenzar a elaborar una serie de videos tecnicos sobre el tema..espero sus comentarios para elaborarlos ,si es que son de si interes
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Add to EJ Playlist http://www.orbo x.be , a very simple cheap 4-stroke variable combustion engine with proper sealing, lubrication and cooling.
Twice the specific power of regular engines, half the cost, half the weight, 30% more fuel efficient.
With hundreds of millions of small internal combustion engines produced yearly, there is a need for simple and cheap to produce 4-stroke engines. Small part count and simple manufacturing with forgiveness for production tolerances combined with proper sealing, cooling and lubrication are mandatory.
The orbox engine has no gears or valves, but maintains proper sealing, cooling and lubrication. All parts are 2-dimensional simple/cheap to manufacture parts, and can be easily balanced for high speeds. Large openings allow high gas flow and high power density, and simple on-the-fly variable compression allows fuel optimizing and high efficiency. See www.orbox.be
The idea is based on the little known geometric law that a straightedge orbiting an ellipse describes a circle. This allows for a rotating elliptical body and a pivoting straightedge to confine a variable volume. To our knowledge (and patent search) this has never been applied.
The geometry can be used as pump or compressor, and the rotor shape can be adjusted for high pressure or high volume gas/fluid pumping or compression, if needed also using the four secondary cavities. http://www.yout ube.com/watch?v =dKFrFbefVTo
But as it can be properly sealed, it is also most suitable as geometry for (HCCI) combustion engines.