Kinematics and Internal Dynamics Formulations of the Canis Compressed Air Engine


  •  Ngang Fru    

Abstract

Prior to this paper some study was conducted that resulted to the conceptual design of the Canis Compressed Air Engine. This paper brings out the mathematical design of the Canis Compressed Air engine. It also highlights the study of the kinematic and internal dynamic formula. With the engine components movement likened to an eccentric circular cam, with a radial movement (Ri) and a normal movement component (Di) and a different (di), with the magnitude of the radial movement (Ri) and different (di) considered constant, respectively 4units and 1units, the mathematical formula describing the displacement, velocity and acceleration were verified. This verification, done graphically, ended up with the conclusion that this design of a compressed air engine, complies theoretically with the recommendations of accurate intake and exhaust positioning, smooth running and high efficiency due to absence of backlashing forces during intake. The theoretical internal dynamics analysis further proofs the susceptibility of a perfect intake then explosive expansion and a perfect exhaust for every expansion chamber.



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  • ISSN(Print): 1927-0607
  • ISSN(Online): 1927-0615
  • Started: 2011
  • Frequency: semiannual

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