[Gasification] Two piston ecomotor?

Bob Stuart bobstuart at sasktel.net
Tue Aug 9 18:24:16 PDT 2011


That's very interesting, but I count four pistons, minimum.

Bob

On 9-Aug-11, at 6:47 PM, Pannirselvam P.V wrote:

> Hi Pete
>
> Eco motor is  innovative  modern  IC engine  evolution
>
> You can see video , animated pictuures too
>
> http://www.ecomotors.com/
>
> The opoc® engine comprises two opposing cylinders per module, with  
> a crankshaft between them -- each cylinder has two pistons moving  
> in opposite directions. This innovative design configuration  
> eliminates the cylinder-head and valve-train components of  
> conventional engines, offering an efficient, compact and simple  
> core engine structure. The result is an engine family that is  
> lighter, more efficient and economical, with lower exhaust emissions.
>
> EcoMotors' opoc® engine has a number of distinct advantages over  
> traditional internal combustion engines. The opoc® engine has very  
> high power density of nearly one horsepower per pound resulting in  
> an unprecedented lightweight and compact engine. The opoc® engine  
> is perfectly balanced enabling stackable power modules. This unique  
> modular displacement capability is one of the long standing, but  
> elusive goals of engine engineers' quest for high efficiency. In  
> addition, it also results in much less NVH than a conventional  
> engine of comparable power. Its elegantly simple design allows for  
> low cost, efficient manufacturing and increased operating durability:
>
> 50 percent fewer parts than a conventional engine
> Straightforward assembly
> No cylinder heads or valve-train
> Uses conventional components, materials and processes
>
> "Consistent with our leadership strategy, Navistar continues to  
> seek innovative products which differentiate us from the  
> marketplace, while others embrace the status quo," said Eric Tech,  
> president, Navistar Engine Group.
>
> Power Density
>
> The internal combustion piston engine has been the primary means of  
> automotive propulsion for more than a century. Today, thousands of  
> engineers around the world are hard at work trying to improve this  
> 19th century invention. Some are striving to make incremental  
> gains; some are hoping for a breakthrough. For all of them, one  
> measuring stick is the "acid test" for any engine -- power density.  
> As greater power density is achieved, a range of critically  
> important attributes will result, including:
>
> Lower weight
> Smaller size
> Lower material costs
> Lower friction
> Greater fuel efficiency
> Lower emissions
> Lower heat rejection
>
> Electrically Controlled Turbocharger
>
> EcoMotors' intellectual property also includes an electrically  
> controlled turbocharger technology which incorporates an electric  
> motor in the turbo assembly to regulate boost pressure resulting in  
> a long list of unique advantages:
>
> Improved combustion efficiency to meet emissions
> Electrically controlled variable compression ratio
> Improved vehicle fuel economy
> Enhanced vehicle drivability due to improved low-end torque
> Eliminates Turbo lag
> Waste heat recovery by generating electricity
>
>
> On Tue, Aug 9, 2011 at 3:09 PM, Pete & Sheri <spaco at baldwin- 
> telecom.net> wrote:
> What is a two piston ecomotor?
>
>
>
> Pete Stanaitis
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