Everyday we waste a precious energy - kinetic energy.So,to save kinetic energy is to save oil.The working functions of the machine is like the F1 of KERS system.
The structure is compact and easy to operate.It's more compact and efficient.Conversion efficiency around 99%.
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Subaru Flywheel lightening and Balancing
Watch John Edwards @ Costa Mesa R&D Automotive Machine as he lightens and
balances a brand new Subaru flywheel on the Sunnen DCB 750 balancer.
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RYNO Motors Full Story
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creation pre-production show bike at our web-site and pre-order at
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Flywheel Hybrid Technology
Torotrak is a UK-based company that's developing a technology called a
flywheel hybrid. Instead of using a big, heavy battery to store energy, the
Torotrak system uses a spinning flywheel. It's simple and lightweight
compared to traditional electric hybrids, and it's even going to be used in
Formula One race cars. There's no word yet if any automakers are signing
up, but if it starts winning races you can bet they'll be all over it.
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Mercedes F1 drivers Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg explain how the KERS
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3 TON FLYWHEEL 'COLD-START-UP' @ Trimpley Steam Rally 2 Aug 09 Vic & Roger Starting the Petter
Brought to you by 'Racerroy'
Enjoy watching Vic Narborough assisted by Roger Coleman Start ONE of only
a few remaining of its kind IN THE WORLD a Vickers Petter 2 cylinder
Diesel engine, designed by Rudolf Diesel and built in 1926 by Petters,
Rudolf Diesel was born on the 18th March 1858 and died 29th Sept 1913
This engine was built in Ipswich and it pumped fresh water at a location
somewhere in North Yorkshire and then stood idle for many years.
According to its current owner when he was made aware of it and its
whereabouts made an approach to the owner with a view to buying it which he
The Engine weighs in at 9ton and the Flywheel weighs 3ton, at 250rpm it
will develope 125bhp, it is mounted on a 1979 Foden and the combined weight
is + 20 ton. the Foden Lorry started life as a Snow Plough & Gritter for
Monmouth County Council.
While being used for demonstration the Vickers Petter 2 cylinder Diesel
uses about 1gallon of fuel per-hour.
Sadly Vic the owner [the one smoking a pipe passed away Dec 2012] rest in
AT&T WILLIAMS KINETIC ENERGY RECOVERY SYSTEM
Kinetic Energy Recovery Systems (KERS) have been introduced into Formula
One as part of the sport's major regulation change for 2009.
A means to recover energy created under braking, the new regulation will
see all teams running either a battery or flywheel system this season in an
effort to improve racing. With the potential for the systems to be filtered
into other applications, KERS is also one of the sport's major green
Williams is the only team on the grid to be using a flywheel system which
is demonstrated in this film, together with the team's Chief Designer, Ed
Wood and CEO of Williams Hybrid Power, Ian Foley.
Thanks to AT&T Williams for the use of this and other AT&T Williams videos.
Volvo Flywheel KERS system animation
Volvo has announced plans to develop and test a new flywheel kinetic energy
recovery system (FKERS).
While this doesn't sound terribly exciting, Volvo says the FKERS is "a
light, cheap and very eco-efficient solution that makes a four-cylinder
engine feel like a six at the same time as fuel consumption drops with up
to 20 percent."
The details are fairly technical, but the FKERS is fitted to the rear axle
and collects rotational energy during deceleration. When the car starts
moving again, the rotational energy is sent to the rear wheels through a
specially-developed transmission. This setup allows the car's engine to be
deactivated during deceleration and launch (ie: moving away from stop
light) to improve fuel efficiency.
If everything goes according to plan, the company will begin testing the
system later this year with the hopes of launching it "within a few years."