Thanks, but why give links to the two-stroke engine Crecy?autogyro wrote:Hi AndrewFeliks wrote:http://motorracing.blogspot.com/2006/12 ... sting.html
Congratulations on achieving such a great result.
Yes this engine will work fine and has some interesting potential IMO.
However, using the overhead crankshaft is actualy the first step in developing the 'sleeve valve' engines used in the last of the piston engined performance aircraft of the 1940s and early 50s.
Replace the two pistons with a moveable cylinder liner and move it up and down and side to side to uncover intake and exhaust ports with a small crank driven off the main crank in the lower crank case.
The culmination of this technology was achieved by Rolls Royce with the RR Crecy engine of 26 liters and a potential of nearly 5000bhp.
In Krakow , in the Museum of Aviations (about 300 aviation engines) there is even such Hercules :
This is the fastest piston engine in the entire museum.
There is a cross-section of the engine and the Junkers (Diesel)
I have after doing these two prototypes of such experience in the construction of my engine, with the declared 3000 cm ^ 3 F1 probably say I'd do a good engine 1300 HP, speed 10 000 RPM, and it would be a diesel !
The efficiency of this engine with a Swiss physicists, Mr Daniell Hubner shots nicely to this new physical efficiency:
This is the first to improve the physical efficiency of internal combustion engine depending on the innertia.Because the efficiency of the engine is not only the P-V diagram
And I think that this is such a natural right to be, regardless of whether someone has included a variety of reasons, my engine in the Rules or not.