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The air flows in the pipe on the bottom of the heart in the opposite direction as the gas flow thru the heart. It thain makes a 180deg. turn and comes out thru the jacked nozzle.
The water comes in the nozzle jacket to cool it down and then goes partialy vaporised under the heart in the coil/grate from where it is united with the air/exhaust mix.
The plan is to set the water injection just so that the nozzles stay cool and there is no condensation in the gas at a normal engine speed and in case the temperature starts rising up (due to higher gas demand or what ever) a nother experimental component kicks in. I present you automatic exhaust gas valve:
It has a bimetalic strip (partialy seen on the right of the coil) conected to a buterfly valve seen under the coil on the right. None of the pipes were yet conect on this pic. The big 22mm pipe is air intake and the small copper tube is water intake.
I have tryed to pulsate steam/air on my previous generators but it just doesent seem practical for an engine use. Great for some other aplications thugh!
The gas outlet looks like this:
I sure hope its big enough. It is a 22mm to 3x10mm to 22mm. The coil is submerged in cooling water. The whole setup is 1m of pipe all together (uncoiled) so i sure hope this will not starve the engine. From here forvard will be a 4-5cm pipe to the engine. I allso have to point out that the gas is already cool in about half way thru the coil so the volume of gas and therfor gas flow shuld be lower.
the jacket shuld not restrict any gas flow. It is simply a pipe around a pipe. The nozzles are both 18mm so I expect no problem here.
Hehe just Paint realy:) no3 is the coil above submerged in water. no7 is exhaust gas return.[quote=“TomC, post:18, topic:2181”]
Kristijan; Do you understand what is being said in these two videos?
Well the thing is that eaven thugh I dont speak Ukrainian the Slavic languages are so similar tco each other it realy isnt hard for us to understand each other:) Its great beaing Slavic;)
He says gas only has around 60*C once it comes out of the cyclone. Alitle low dont you think?
He has a intercooler in front of the car radiator.
He has a three part cyclone-large partical-fine partical filter system and fuel consumption is i think 28kg/100km. Other he didnt say