I think if a gasifier where to be designed for a generator , water pumping or several other usages there would be no need for any flywheel effects . However if designing a gasifier for a vehicle with stop and go traffic , up and down hills or farm work where heavy acceleration and back to idle is needed one might think about this effect .
How can we get this flywheel effect ? I think gas storage. But storage will take a lot of room ! Adds very little weight but takes room. This is one reason I like my pick up trucks with space.
Gas storage are . Under the fire tube and grate , heat exchanger , collection tank under the truck and the hay filter drum. Careful not to have all the storage in one big container for safety reasons .
Another flywheel effect can be accomplished with heat energy . This can be done with pounds of metal in the hottest part of the gasifier ( burn tube capsule ) But this makes the gasifier heavy Yes but my small truck will not notice 300-500 pounds setting in the front portion of the truck bed . My big truck would never notice 1000 pounds in the bed .
I do understand there are as many driving condition as there are people and gasifers .
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