is this not a most elegant powerplant?http://www.angellabsllc.com/index.htmlthoughts, please.
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Your comment is out of place (right here) and a bit incoherent. If you'd like to add a new topic, click this link:Forum topic(And use correctly formed sentences)L
I don't think anyone is suppressing this, I think it's been a bit more difficult to get running than they originally thought. I can see a lot of technical difficulties even though it is a simple machine in principle.
(I have emailed the inventor and invited him to supply video of it running.)
That'd be good, the design is very interesting, but it could be a nightmare to get into running order? My main thoughts are around sealing various bits and loading on the pistons.
Oh yes, but I noticed a reference to TDC in the patent application... :)
I get the general idea, but maybe I need to spend an hour reading it again, and I might this eve'.
For something that's been going for at least 5 years I'd expect it to be installed in something and burning fuel by now (if it works)?
I'd like to be able to understand how this actually works - I don't think either of us do?
As I said: there are a lot of things wrong with this, not running is one of them. If this ran you would expect (would you not) some rpm, torque, bhp statistics and some performance graphs?Running it on air is completely useless as far as I am concerned.L
There are a lot of things that don't look right about this... mostly theoretical I think.