how diesel engines work and combustion theory part 1 of 2 Davidsfarmison[bliptv]now

how diesel engines work and combustion theory part 1 of 2 Davidsfarmison[bliptv]now 1/27/2013; 'practicalcreation' adds this useful information; Hi. There are a couple engine designs that almost eliminate the need for full ignition at 45 degrees of the piston rod. http://www.neander-motors.com/engine.html http://www.neander-motors.com/neander-solution.html The rods never get vertical and the stroke for the second cylinder is always in the mirror position. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iBz2TnzLDGg The second engine design is the Scuderi or Miller cycle engine which fires below TDC. Can use both diesel or gas as fuel but a few problems with the heat adn the pressure on the valves.

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