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The “free piston” engines, invented in the 1920s, are much more simple than regular 4-stroke engines, consisting mainly of two pistons, and one large cylinder, as you can see in the picture above. The sparks are ignited when the piston is nearing the top dead center gaining precious wasted time and thus maximizing efficiency. Preliminary theoretical research and experiments say that this kind of engine has over 50% efficiency, which is more than double of gasoline engines, and much more efficient than diesel ones. The drawing presented is more than self-explanatory.
The center of the rod that unites the two pistons is surrounded by coils, itself having attached magnets, to create electricity. That’s why it’s said that if this kind of motor could prove itself feasible enough to be built in future cars, it could provide power for the electric motors they have onboard.
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Gary Magrattan's PEMM Electric motor is said to harness the phenomenon of electron avalanche across a spark gap to boost current, voltage, and power. A unique method of harnessing back EMF adds to it's novelty as it nears production.(NO REFERENCES TO EVGRAY'S WORK IN ARTICLE)
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Australian DOD to Publish Comparative Analysis of the MYT Engine
In this trademark photo, Raphial shows the earlier 14-inch version in comparison to the engine it could replace
The report will be presented at the 2012 Land Warfare Conference in early November 2012
by Sterling D. Allan
Pure Energy Systems News
Lieutenant Commander Brett Laboo of the Australian Department of Defense (DOD) has compiled a comparative analysis of Raphial Morgado's MYT™ Engine, comparing it to other diesel engines in the world.
The MYT™ Engine features 40 times higher power-to-weight ratio, low parts count, low maintenance, high mechanical efficiency, and low pollution. It is poised to benefit applications including airplanes, ships, 18 wheelers, SUVs, passenger cars, and even down to carry-on power generators. The MYT™ Engine, as a pump/compressor, also exceeds existing pumps/compressors in providing massive pressure, volume, and flow; all in one unit. Laboo said:
"A comparative analysis of the MYT engine and other OEM claims using open source information will be presented at the 2012 Land Warfare Conference (LWC) in early November 2012. The LWC is a major event for users, providers, academics, designers and manufacturers to meet, present, share and exchange new and visionary ideas on Land Systems. It is coordinated by the Australian Department of Defense (DoD), principally the Australian Army, in partnership with the Defence Science and Technology Organisation. This DoD paper, comparing claims of the MYT engine with other internal combustion engines will form part of the proceedings, and will be available in hard-copy and on CD ROM at the conference and to libraries afterwards."
He is still looking for $2 million to complete his 6-inch prototypes (which could power a small car), and $10 million to complete his 14-inch prototypes (which could power an 18-wheeler [1000 cubic inches integrating the improvements from the 6-inch design]). The smallest investment he will accept is $100,000.
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