THEORY: To design an engine that is inversely proportional to the load, of that of today’s engines. To build an engine larger than the plane, truck or ship. To build an engine that could achieve twenty-five thousand horse power or more. An engine designed to operate throughout the Atmosphere and in Space. An engine that does not require carbonation or air intake.
DATE of ORIGIN: November, 2002.
DESCRIPTION: These engines are round, flexible and have only one spinning part. There is no crank “shaft”, no bearings, no oil based lubricant, no valves, no fuel pump and no carburetor. The engine consists of a Ring (or Crank) that slides in the center of a “C” shaped Base (or Block). The Crank has any number of kinetic pistons that bottom out at the end of their stroke and transfer their kinetic energy into the crank, in the direction of the piston compression.
There are two primary uses for these engines. The first is to put them into large concrete bunkers with hydro generators on top of them. The second is for atmospheric flight. They are to be used in the Flying Atmospheric Platform. A new kind of aircraft.
These engines are designed to operate continuously without stopping for months at a time. Because the Crank spins inside the Block in a layer of high pressure steam there is little friction or wear on them. Only the Rings and Springs would develop fatigue and have to be maintained.
Above is four engines stack to reach up one hundred thousand horse power. The individual engines are “clutched” together such that one of them could be shut down for repairs while the remaining engines continue to run.
These Engines are designed to be built of composites rather a metal. Carbon fiber and plastics with metal cylinder sleeves, springs and cylinder heads. They are to be light, flexible and spin very fast. It is it’s very design that holds them together. No matter how fast the Crank spins it will never be able to spin out of the Block. These Engines have only one moving or spinning part. The Crank. The Crank can have any number of pistons but the point here is to have a lot of them. If the Engine was sixty feet in diameter in could have hundreds of pistons. All firing at different times at multiple sites around the Block.
This is a two-stroke engine, the firing stroke and the exhaust stroke. The pistons return to firing position by spring action. The fuel injection is automatic as the injection port is always open. The back pressure in the Fuel/Lubrication zone forces fuel into the cylinder chamber at all times. It is the size of the fuel injection port that is important. It is to be quite small so that the fuel can enter but the explosion in the cylinder head will not escape. In part because of the back pressure in the fuel/lubrication zone.
The “firing” take place through the same fuel injection port. As it continues to rotate, it moves past the Antenna. The Antenna is constantly on. As the open port moves past the antenna it sends the signal into the cylinder head and “lights” the fuel. There are to be many firing positions around the Block. One for every three pistons. Such that by the time it takes the piston to return to the firing position it is all ready to fire again. A computer could set the firing order to suit the need. Multiple antenna firing at the same time or independently in rapid order.
After firing, the piston spring is compressed and at the bottom of the stroke there is an Exhaust Port that is always open and exhausts the pressure in the cylinder chamber. There is a small open port in the cylinder head that allows the spring to return the cylinder head to the firing position. This small port is large enough to allow the cylinder to return but two small for the explosion of the fuel to escape through in the time allowed (the firing cycle).
The fuel tank is fastened to the inside of the Crank “Ring”. Such that Centrifugal Force runs the fuel down a line and injects into the lining between the Crank and the Block, the fuel/lubrication zone, pressurizing and lubricating the two.
The Block has Rubber Seals or “Rings” to keep the fuel/lubricant from leaking out at the mouth of the “C”. The distance between the Block and the Crank is only a few millimeters and the fuel/lubricant heats up and vaporizes. As the Crank spins inside the Block.
This highly pressurized and vaporized fuel than enters the cylinder head via a small port. The fuel is injected by the back pressure. On the Block there is an antenna or “spark pug” that lines up with the fuel injection port. The antenna fires through the same port on the cylinder head. Burning the fuel and compressing the piston.
These Engines are designed to run on H2O. The fuel in this case is water. It is the water that becomes pressurized and vaporized. The antenna is firing electromagnetic energy (microwaves). The Engine will have lots of energy to produce the electromagnetic energy and the required residual energy to be effective to carry the load. The H2O provides both the “air” and “fuel” needed to operate in Space. The reason for no carburetor. As well as opportunity to find more fuel in Space in the form of Ice.
These engines below, have thousands of moving part and weigh is disproportional to their HP output. They are here to show the difference in complexity in both their operation and construction. These types of engines (internal combustion) and (jet propulsion) are two heavy to achieve the same Horse Power to weight ratio that the Annular Kinetic Engine can achieve.
Please see; The Flying Atmospheric Platform and The Real Shape of the Cosmos.
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