Relative Motion engine is our lab tested technology for new combustion engines to literally double its torque-horse power output potential, produce a much cleaner exhaust using cylinder design controls, and minimize engine noise and vibrations,
applicable to both diesel and gasoline options. Patent pending U.S App 16235272.
The capabilities of wide range of variable compression ratios, bigger available air to fuel ratios, along with a more efficient turbocharge recovery method is breaking the limits of what we can expect from a combustion engine.
Emission control is either a pre-engine management solution like removing sulfur or lead from the fuel, or an after-engine filter treatment. The Relative Motion engine however, is the only method that can provide a radical and effective emission control at the level of the cylinder mechanical design.
To establish better scientific sense of what a Relative Motion mechanics could bring to the table, we would like to present simple engineering problem to put our reader on the same page with our mission.
Simulation tests were conducted using a similar combustion cylinder size, similar fluid compression ratio, and similar piston stroke distance against similar load of resisting force; first using indirect fuel injection where initial pressure reached a peak of three folds the peak pressure of a direct injection, and piston moved at average speed of two folds the speed compared with that of direct injection.
(that is less initial pressure and less kinetic energy then with direct injection).
While De Rochas internal combustion principles, tie better performance to better initial pressure and better piston speed, direct injection in a counter intuitive sense, has raised the modern engines torque and horse power. Relative Motion math takes the lead from what makes sense, and from speculations to provide mathematical system equilibrium controls of the calculated work-potential input, and mechanical kinetic output, where the source of gain is rooted at increasing mean effective pressure, and in relative gains of motion as a function of time. Both gain factors cause a better equilibrium of transferring potential fluid forces to piston forces.
As for the gain from Relative Motion "time", using a Newtonian-relativity /Galilean transformation method in a patent pending statement, that was mathematically proved and evidenced by lab simulation testing, a cylinder system motion provided an exchange of value between the time-independent energy of work potential, and between work time index (time lapse of acceleration) of the system motion on a time coordinate.
This led to better system engineering of energy management where time becomes a source of energy, that must have been the way this universe managed to use for its own accelerated expansion.
Mr X: Relative Motion is the future of engine mechanics for the following reasons:
When we can double engine mileage with cleaner emissions and lesser vibrations that could almost match that of an electric car, who would then sit in electric car knowing there
is hundreds or even thousands of batteries assembled under the seats, as a safety hazard in any accident or electric foul-up.
The answer simply is, that emissions made by combustion engines is not eliminated by electrical cars, they instead taken out of the city to remote locations, where more ordinary combustion may be made, to compensate for long distance power transfer losses, not to forget the additional pollution created by battery production and battery waste. It is possible that our World is moving to more centralized business models, with less retail overhead, Yet we do believe that market demand will continue to share shaping the market, and the greatest internal combustion engines is yet to be produce, with over 100 miles/gallon, by saving on acceleration time, and by using energy recovery at higher efficiency.
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