Kontakt osoba: Enes Škahić
Tel: +387 61 889-511
- Looking for engineers to verify the concept in practice as well as the financing of product development.
The idea is applicable to the IC engine. The goal is to reduce fuel consumption and increase power.Today, in IC motors there is one piston in each cylinder.Cylinder is connected to the crankshaft. My idea is two pistons placed in single cylinder. (linked in a way that I will not amount here)
Only one of them is connected to the crankshaft. (I’ll call them primary and secondary pistons) The primary piston is located in the upper part where gas expansion happens, while secondary piston is connected to the crankshaft.
Piston radius at average car (one piston, single cylinder) is around 80 mm. (d = 80 mm)
Pressure in the cylinder on the piston during gas expansion are:
p = 4 – 7 Mpa ( 400 – 700 N/cm²
For this example, I’ll use 500 N / cm ²
At average car (petrol engine), during gas expansion, preasure on piston (80 mm) in cylinder is 25120 N ( 2,512 t ).
Suppose that the primary piston of this innovation has a diameter of 60 mm. So the primary piston diameter is 25% smaller than the diameter of the piston from the example above in the text. (80mm) This provides 25% better fuel economy compared to the fuel consumption of the piston diameter of 80 mm.
If the piston of 80 mm in expansion of gas is pressured by force of 25120 N, analogously to the piston of 60 mm in expansion of gas is pressured by force of 14130 N.
When you connect the primary and secondary piston of this innovation, the secondary piston gain force of 31396 N (3,1396 t).
Again, out of fear that this innovation could really used to take hold, details on how to connect the piston I will not amount by text or by picture.
d = 60 mm, the pressure P = 14 130 N (primary piston)
d = 80 mm, the pressure P = 25 120 N (piston for example and comparison only)
The primary piston (60mm), 25% lower than the piston from the example (80mm), ie 25% less fuel consumption. The force on the secondary piston is: 31396 N, then 2.22 times more force than the force on the primary piston (60mm) of this innovation, which is 14130 N (20% greater power than the power that occurs in the expansion of gas in the piston of 80 mm)
When making these innovations believe that the use of nanotechnology in making certain layers and parts contribute positively to IC engines. Relationship piston and fuel consumption and pressure on the pistons are just an example.I believe that this innovation has a lot more opportunities, while technique has an optimal solution of this relationship, which should be examined in the laboratory and tested in the practice.
My name is Enes Škahić. I was born in Tuzla, 1981. I am a mining engineer.
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