RE: 4 Stroke Redesigned

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Feliks

628 posts

165 months

Tuesday 12th July 2011
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[quote name='gruntguru' post='5167127' date='Jul 12 2011, 06:36']With a dash of fantasy.
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Oh yes, a little bit of you have, then a little knowledge and work reliably over the idea and new invention ready.....

Here you can see perfectly that we can get plenty of potential energy generated by the aerodynamics, without any propellers....
It allows a range of up to 3000 km by glider...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gliding


Andrewcoffeecoffee

The Excession

11,669 posts

186 months

Tuesday 12th July 2011
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Feliks said:
I like this! Opposing aerofoils negate the vertical forces in the supporting towers.

When I first saw your picture (just above) with all those 'wings' my first thought was "That will just 'fly' away in a strong wind!"

Feliks

628 posts

165 months

Monday 18th July 2011
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The Excession said:
Feliks said:
I like this! Opposing aerofoils negate the vertical forces in the supporting towers.

When I first saw your picture (just above) with all those 'wings' my first thought was "That will just 'fly' away in a strong wind!"
Oh yeah, you're right first impression...

Indeed the strength will be large. Just do not have to let fly... I pick the skill which all offer great energy...

Andrewcoffee

Feliks

628 posts

165 months

Monday 18th July 2011
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In other Forum:

[QUOTE=Henning;751595]Oh yes, a little bit of you have, then a little knowledge and work reliably over the idea and new invention ready.....

Here you can see perfectly that we can get plenty of potential energy generated by the aerodynamics, without any propellers....
It allows a range of up to 3000 km by glider...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gliding


Andrew:stir:
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The main energies supplied to a glider is gravity and convection(solar) energy. Even a glider has to be able to change it's vector to operate at a gain. At the end of the day, a glider has produced very little work. If you were to try to power the world on the work performed levels of a glider, it would be a herculean task.[/QUOTE]


You know perfectly well, with new ideas about the rank of the fundamental, very difficult to penetrate to the use of mass...

But thanks to people like you, we can slowly try to..
Another, although not looking as Hekules, we have on video..

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fb8IFfnbjY8

Instead, we can build an automatic flow of balls so that they can be sucked into the pipe.
A falling ball (or WATER) with wings, they can hit their way back after a shoulder wheel, similar to a water wheel, giving him his potential energy ..

Well, the automatic circuit, will cause the "Hercules" he can rest.
This is just an example of how we can use another way of generating energy this way.

Regards Andrewbowtie

Edited by Feliks on Monday 18th July 11:12

Feliks

628 posts

165 months

Tuesday 19th July 2011
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Instead, we can build an automatic flow of balls so that they can be sucked into the pipe.
A falling ball (or WATER) with wings, they can hit their way back after a shoulder wheel, similar to a water wheel, giving him his potential energy ..

Well, the automatic circuit, will cause the "Hercules" he can rest.
This is just an example of how we can use another way of generating energy this way.

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"The Water Wind Power Plant"



Love for "tuning" not gone...





Andrewcoffeecoffee
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Feliks

628 posts

165 months

Feliks

628 posts

165 months

Thursday 21st July 2011
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I actually wasted 2 min typing that text in google translator and came up with this:

"scientists believe the surface of his wings is too small in relation to its weight and in accordance with the laws of physics can not fly ... But the bumblebee does not know ..."

Regards,

K.Lagan


Andrewwavey

Feliks

628 posts

165 months

Friday 22nd July 2011
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In other forum:
[quote=Vicegrip;362904]Correct if you calulate based on single lift pulse per wing cycle. Bees get 2 lifts per wing cycle. People used to think the earth was flat and at the the center too.

Please to let us know how to make complex structures that are both strong enough to self suport and to resist 4000 years of storms? We simple people can see how a simple shape pile of rocks could last in an area that does not see sub 0C temps. Now all you need to do is figure out how to make electricity from a pile of rocks.
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The pile of rocks:




[quote=BlackTalon;363012]Hmmm, as someone with a structural engineering background, I see potential problems with that structure :lol:
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[quote=Lupin..the..3rd;363013]Needs more rocks.
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[quote=Vicegrip;363015]No, I think it needs less air.
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And I have hope that over the last 4,000 years we have learned, to build something more than just the pyramids and the pyramids....rolleyes

Andrewcoffeecoffee

Feliks

628 posts

165 months

Saturday 23rd July 2011
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[QUOTE=Henning;756166]Well, with that lovely airfoil texture, I'm sure that that will start producing usable amounts of energy any time it's within the eyewall of a hurricane....[/QUOTE]

Also such a pile of stones, and a dangerous element of water, politely puts 2000 MW....





Andrewcoffee

Feliks

628 posts

165 months

Monday 25th July 2011
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[quote=Vicegrip;363467]Not stones, Concrete with much steel and piping in it. Well under 100 years old and under constant care, maintenance and upgrades. Nothing polite about this project. Read up a bit and you will find it was made out of men and material. 0.0 % clever, 100% brute force and slide rule engineering.
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Concrete is a pile of stones, only a tiny...

If we use the design of computers, calculators to calculate the type,
http://www.flowmeterdirectory.com/flowmeter_venturi_calc.html

http://www.hanleyinnovations.com/vf50.html
It can be 100% clean design.
And even more politely 'll gain energy. And then it will be possible, for the next 4000 years.

Andrewcoffeecoffee

Edited by Feliks on Monday 25th July 09:20

Brother D

2,190 posts

112 months

Wednesday 27th July 2011
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Feliks said:
You know how it works "Underwater Windmill" ?







Regards Andrewbowtie
Is that boat running in reverse?

Feliks

628 posts

165 months

Wednesday 27th July 2011
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Brother D said:
Is that boat running in reverse?
Oh yes, of course, is possible. I think that are 3 ways to resolve this problem.

1, the gear tooth is to reverse the course of the drive shaft with coupling (like in a car) but a bit complicated and expensive.

2.Rotor blades change angle, which is rotated by the wind.
Two possible to control the angle change is a hydraulic or manual - crank
powered (cleaner )

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Controllable_pitch_pr...


3.Change the angle of rotor blades propeller immersed in water - like the above two types of these executioners drive change.

Andrewwavey

Edited by Feliks on Wednesday 27th July 17:09

Brother D

2,190 posts

112 months

Wednesday 27th July 2011
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Feliks said:
Oh yes, of course, is possible. I think that are 3 ways to resolve this problem.

1, the gear tooth is to reverse the course of the drive shaft with coupling (like in a car) but a bit complicated and expensive.

2.Rotor blades change angle, which is rotated by the wind.
Two possible to control the angle change is a hydraulic or manual - crank
powered (cleaner )

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Controllable_pitch_pr...


3.Change the angle of rotor blades propeller immersed in water - like the above two types of these executioners drive change.

Andrewwavey

Edited by Feliks on Wednesday 27th July 17:09
I naturally assumed it would have had the varible pitch props and was running astern ; )

Feliks

628 posts

165 months

Saturday 30th July 2011
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Snoopy inspired me.. smile

First, the architects built the pyramids, then the rectangular houses. Now for the houses in the shape of airfoil rolleyes






http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ak4JgrNPwIc&feature=related


Regards Andrew bowtie

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wJtYvsDKQV8&NR=1wavey

Feliks

628 posts

165 months

Monday 1st August 2011
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As if someone is not loved music, it can be so..

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XdljMhUQWyQ&fea...

Andrew biglaugh

Feliks

628 posts

165 months

Monday 1st August 2011
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But you should see that Snoopy House can ...fly

‪ANGEL GUADIANIA Snoopy VS the Red Baron‬‏ - YouTube

rolleyesAndrew

Feliks

628 posts

165 months

Friday 5th August 2011
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Andrewbowtie

Feliks

628 posts

165 months

Friday 5th August 2011
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[QUOTE=Mr. Clarkson;72899489]Indeed it is

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The Multisnoopy Ship

This is Beautiful.. clap

This is the modern variant of a sailing ship... so that the sails are not torn...

Regards Andrewcoffeecoffee

Feliks

628 posts

165 months

Tuesday 9th August 2011
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http://www.wired.com/autopia/2010/06/downwind-faster-than-the-wind


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NNbNNSDljGI&feature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GPOqlkzW8KU&feature=related

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sailing_faster_than_the_wind#Sailing_dead_downwind_faster_than_the_wind



Aerodynamic coefficient Cx is very small. It is certainly much smaller than in the traditional ship...

This is not a traditional sail 2D, but the full 3D structure. Energy is processed and used to drive water propeller. Why can swim backwards and forwards. Like a film with 2D fan.
So many of Snoopy Ship has a much higher efficiency due to 3D

Andrewbowtie

hollowpockets

5,901 posts

152 months

Tuesday 9th August 2011
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So is there a working engine yet or has this project died? Don't see much about engines in the last couple of pages and can't be bothered trawling through the rest.