Concept Toward Understanding Multi-Universe Engine

eringCONCEPT TOWARD UNDERSTANDING MULTI UNIVERSE ENGINEERING by Isabel Miller MOVEMENT AND CONCEPT A mathematical movement based on a concept of prime numbers from which to model energy pools and their link status to parallel memory spaces is a decisive factor in understanding how a unified theory for energy qualifies as a model for energy exchange […]

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Components and materials of rocket engine

Rocket engine are built to work either with liquid of solid propellants or even a mixture of the two, hybrid propulsion systems like the one used in SpaceShips. Liquid rocket engines are subdivided into mono-propellant and bi-propellant. The first works either as a system of cold gas or catalyst for propellant’s exothermal decomposition. Typical bi-propellant […]

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A study of the operation of two stroke, four stroke

The function of the cooling system is to keep the engine from over heating by transferring this heat to the air. It also allow the engine to heat up as quickly as possible and then to keep the engine at a constant temperature. Cooling system in most cars consists of the radiator and water pump. […]

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Turbo vs Supercharger

One of the most commonly used ways to give a vehicle more horsepower today is forced induction. There are two different types of this forced induction, which brings us to Forced Induction Debate. The conflict most people face when deciding what they would rather install on their car is what is better, a turbocharger or […]

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Piston Engines

Picture a tube or cylinder that holds a snugly fitting plug. The plug is free to move back and forth within this tube, pushed by pressure from hot gases. A rod is mounted to the moving plug; it connects to a crankshaft, causing this shaft to rotate rapidly. A propeller sits at the end of […]

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How Gas Turbine Engines Work

1. Introduction to How Gas Turbine Engines Work When you go to an airport and see the commercial jets there, you can’t help but notice the huge engines that power them. Most commercial jets are powered by turbofan engines, and turbofans are one example of a general class of engines called gas turbine engines. You […]

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Turbochargers vs Superchargers

A turbocharger is defined as a centrifugal blower driven by exhaust gas turbines and used to supercharge an engine. (Merriam-Webster Dictionary) Turbochargers compress the air flow into the engine. One of the advantages of the air being compressed is that more air is being squeezed into the cylinder, more air in the cylinder means that […]

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Starting Air System for Diesel Engine

Diesel engines are started by supplying compressed air into the cylinders in the appropriate sequence for the required direction. A supply of compressed air is stored in air reservoirs or ‘bottles’ ready for immediate use. Up to 12 starts are possible with the stored quantity of compressed air. The starting air system usually has interlocks […]

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