Control emissions at the cylinder level, with Zero CO, Zero HC and near zero NO
Mr X (Manufacture ) asked: We see fuel saving with the Relative Motion Method, but why do you think we need to use it while the market is moving towards electric?
Mr Manufacture: Hybrid solutions will continue to make the major part of the market, and The Relative Motion Engine can further boost the dominance of hybrid solutions for the following reasons:
· Enhanced performance on the full range of engine revolving speed.
· Enhanced profit margins from the consumer, by the tremendous cut on fuel consumption.
· Refined and lower engine noise and heat.
· Lower air pollutant emissions.
· Decreased engine volume and cost, per unit of torque output.
· Enhanced durability, and lesser maintenance requirements due to its lower thermal output, and lower operating RPM requirements for given level of performance,
· All by adding only one major unique working part, a “floating piston” in each of our elongated engine cylinders.
· Lower Operational Cost and Maintenance Cost, with its lower engine speed that obtains greater output.
Fuel vehicles cost about $12,000 less than an average comparable battery operated (electric) vehicles, and we believe that this financial benefit will drive the political will the other way around.
· Mr Environment an (Auto expert) said: Due to environmental regulations, I expect Electric car will replace the combustion engine completely by 2040.
We agree with human goals of cutting CO2, CO and Hydro Carbon, at about 80% by 2040, However, using our Relative Motion engine, can accomplish such goal in five years.
Also, battery operated vehicles that cost more than $12,000 in average more than a combustion vehicle, may replace passenger vehicles in certain advanced parts of the world only, while many other developing parts of the world, will need urgent enhancements on combustion methods; and we believe commercial vehicles will continue to completely depend on internal combustion .
The future of energy trend, is to diversify and have balanced sourcing approach, where the fossil fuel source will support certain market share.
We can see that Electric cars will have important market presence, but while it could take a big share from the passenger car market, we do not see that happening with commercial cars where more torque and weight, need continuing with the combustion engine solution.
Our latest tests, show that, for a similar driven mileage, we can decrease the combined exhaust volume of 100 liters of (CO2/CO/HC) produced by a conventional engine, to about 16 liters only, using a premix fuel along with turbo charge and piston speed control-by-design method.
The Relative Motion engine, will not only accomplish humanity goals for the 2040 faster, but will also guarantee such goal to be accomplished in poor countries, where fund and resources are limited.
Different Parts of the world shall need to generate and transfer electricity, to vehicles for multiple battery re-charges at many future homes and road locations. That needs us to generate additional electricity to compensate for the electric wire travel losses, to reach the many remote and usual electric car users.
Battery driven cars need costly Power Reserves, when Solar Power has no Sun for a few days to operate and generate electricity, and/or in conjunction with any Wind power losses that occur.
The electric storage needs, would have to rely mainly with any hydraulic or wind, locally produced electricity and from fossil fueled Power Generating units.
Varied sizes of larger Relative Motion Engines can be utilized to generate the needed electric power as a local supplier at better fuel efficiency, and can hybrid with a wind turbine, to either save on maintenance or to replace the a connected pressure accumulator, to enhance a wind generated power output by 50%.
Let us not forget the additional pollution created by battery production factories and their added battery production waste disposal. That alone will in the future, requires balancing that pollution potential.
The Relative-Motion Concepts have to apply, not only to internal combustion methods in an engine, but to local electric generation, where we can move again from the battery model to the combustion-generator car model.
It is possible that our World is moving to more centralized business models, with less retail overhead, yet with the potential mileage efficiency gains furnished by the Relative Motion Means, the electricity cost when generated from fossil fuels with a Relative Motion Method, in a vehicle or in a power plant, shall be at a much lower cost per mile compared with any other electrical cost generated from other sources.
The enhancement of providing lower air emissions to atmosphere with the Relative Motion Engine shall also provide the fossil fuels industries with a grander future, for a much longer period of time, because
The cost comparisons made today of the future electricity sources, have not used our new and unique low-cost means, of our Relative Motion Engine design and method.
a conventional combustion engine, in a car driving about 12,000 miles per year, needs a half acre of grown trees to balance and absorb the engine produced Carbons, however, using the Relative-Motion method, we will need about six trees only to absorb what is produced, and instead of spending additional $12,000 to make a battery driven vehicle, we can save most of the money and require a car owner to pay a thousand dollars, for planting and supporting ten trees, and the issue of CO2 is solved.
We do believe that future market demand, will continue to share different kinds of energies, with a great share of the better internal combustion engines that are yet to be produced.
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