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Old 21 Jul 2021, 01:27 (Ref:4062467)   #436
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And how would you have to increase the power five times ... :tsk



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Old 1 Aug 2021, 18:32 (Ref:4064655)   #437
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My PhD thesis defense ....

https://www.new4stroke.com/mergedeng.pdf

I just need to find a good PhD thesis supervisor....

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Old 2 Aug 2021, 12:01 (Ref:4064858)   #438
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Interesting insight. Hope it goes well
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Old 11 Dec 2021, 02:38 (Ref:4088251)   #439
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So now it will be further about this climate warming. Here is the evidence that CO2 is not a greenhouse gas because it is twice as heavy as air, and it sinks to the ground itself, where it nourishes all plants (that's why grass grows so fast). And it does not rise to the atmosphere and therefore has no influence on it.
Here is a video of a miniature chimney in a power plant and you can clearly see that CO2 flows out of it and immediately falls down. Exactly the same happens with CO2 flowing out of a real power plant chimney, after some time ..

https://youtu.be/MOgUpI4c2yk?t=2

In this second film, at the very beginning, you can see how the band "?l?sk" stands in such "smoke" made of dry ice .. and it also just walks on the ground, without any lifting. So it is clear that CO2 cannot be a greenhouse gas. know, please do not tell about any "carbon footprint" anymore ..

https://youtu.be/kh2xUNaILr0?t=3

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Old 24 Feb 2022, 14:53 (Ref:4100080)   #440
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Here's more about this dynamic engine boost:

https://www.macsmotorcitygarage.com/...ram-induction/

So now I will try to authenticate the received power of my prototype ..
Well, in my opinion, you should simulate all the capacities of all 3 cylinders with pistons, because they are involved in every engine cycle, in its entirety.
we have this - The main piston has a capacity of 297 cubic centimeters
The suction piston has a capacity of 181 cubic centimeters
The exhaust piston has a capacity of 79 cubic centimeters
i.e. the sum of one engine cylinder is 297 + 181 + 79 = 557 cubic centimeters, i.e. with two cylinders, as in the prototype it is 1114 cubic centimeters.

Now, due to the very quick opening of the ports, the forces resulting from the induction frame (dynamic boost) are much greater than those of classic valves. Therefore, the entire space as shown in the drawing is perfectly "flushed" with fresh load, up to the maximum capacity of all cylinders. So it is possible to fill this 1114 cm volume completely ..






But now we have the displacement of the pipe between the carburetor tank and the cylinder, which, due to its inertia, will also fall into these cylinders and will not be retracted as with a classic cylinder, and will supplement the already sucked load.





The capacity of this pipe for one cylinder is about 400 cubic centimeters (diameter 5 cm and length 22 centimeters), i.e. for two cylinders it is 800 centimeters, which will be added to the previously calculated displacement, i.e. 1114 + 800 = 1914 cubic centimeters. that is, my prototym really sucks about 2 liters in capacity, it is no wonder that at 10,000 revolutions per minute, it will give us a power of about 250 KM .. (BMW 2002 ti at 10 000 rpm)




Now do you believe so much is possible ?

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Old 1 Apr 2022, 16:23 (Ref:4105092)   #441
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Well, all the Great Politicians give their opinion on energy .. But I also published such a film .. It follows that the first, second and third Principles of Thermodynamics are NOT TRUE .. Because its basic equation that the efficiency of the engine = T1-T2 / T1, it would have to be negative .. it follows from this experience in the video .. So when are we melting the ice of Greenland to get an electric current? They too have now become renewable energy ..

https://youtu.be/02OTC6ac8NI?t=3

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Old 17 Apr 2022, 14:10 (Ref:4107063)   #442
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Here again, I will remind you of my newest engine and describe how you should use it:
You buy a Tesla car without a battery for 1/4 of its price, you assemble it for several dozen dollars, my last engine to give electricity to Tesla from pieces of ice that you take from your refrigerator .. and you go away. When the ice runs out, you buy it at the gas station and feed it to Tesla again .. No idiotic waiting for it to recharge ..
http://youtu.be/02OTC6ac8NI?t=252

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Old 17 Apr 2022, 14:42 (Ref:4107064)   #443
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Nice work, thanks for the info. Teslas are complicated kits due to it’s technology. But there is always a way around and I can see why freezing it can work
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Nice work, thanks for the info. Teslas are complicated kits due to it’s technology. But there is always a way around and I can see why freezing it can work


Could someone haul me an iceberg in the ocean to the shore for me to convert it to electricity? After all, it has melted uselessly so far ...

Do you know how much fresh water would be by the way?



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Old 26 May 2022, 20:39 (Ref:4111436)   #445
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But here is this cold water motor ..

As befits a decent Physical Mechanism made of 10mm thick copper plates .. In the first version it weighed 14 kg and was all made of copper .. Even there was more than one ..

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Old 2 Jun 2022, 11:56 (Ref:4112538)   #446
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Another third film, which will show that with COLD we can receive electric current with low efficiency .. I can determine it by the speed of the received current after cooling one side of the peltier module plate .. We get the current very quickly, despite the fact that heat is not a very fast transmitter yours.
This time we take a cold spray with the medical ICEMIX peltier available in every pharmacy.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RXeVCjllgB8

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Old 29 Jun 2022, 13:06 (Ref:4117452)   #447
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Well, ake here, God was not nice to Muslims .. But for me, yes, because he colored the gas yellow, which is heavier than air, and see how it behaves. CO2 behaves in the same way, despite explaining "pseudo-philosophers, that it is a greenhouse gas after all .. Thank God I didn't have to wait long for such a film .. and you can see in yellow what this "philosophy of scientists" is .. A simple deception.

https://youtu.be/a-z5Vbs9smI?t=4

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Old 5 Jul 2022, 15:33 (Ref:4118334)   #448
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Could someone haul me an iceberg in the ocean to the shore for me to convert it to electricity? After all, it has melted uselessly so far ...

Do you know how much fresh water would be by the way?



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Well, what if, apart from water, you could get electricity that could also be used to power the tugs? And if there was a lot of it, you can also make gas from it .. But you would have to stop playing hide and seek and enter the appropriate name in the Encyclopedia .. Well, unless you still want to pretend to be smarter...

https://www.bbc.com/future/article/2...ergs-to-africa

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Old 17 Jul 2022, 00:45 (Ref:4119695)   #449
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This year, they also participate in such a competition .. There are several links together too .. https://contest.techbriefs.com/2022/...-stroke-engine

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Here again, I will remind you of my newest engine and describe how you should use it:
You buy a Tesla car without a battery for 1/4 of its price, you assemble it for several dozen dollars, my last engine to give electricity to Tesla from pieces of ice that you take from your refrigerator .. and you go away. When the ice runs out, you buy it at the gas station and feed it to Tesla again .. No idiotic waiting for it to recharge ..
http://youtu.be/02OTC6ac8NI?t=252

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And this ice has a lot of this latent heat .. only half the steam ..
Well, if you convert it into watts, 250 kg of ice can theoretically give as much "heat" as a 25KWh battery of a small electric car .. Except that during its download, its weight drops, and the battery does not ..
Here is an explanation of what it is like




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