New Split Cycle Engine Concept: The Doyle Rotary Engine

The DRE is a rotary split cycle engine concept designed to replace current automotive engines. It is smaller and lighter per unit of displacement and has many efficiency gains over conventional engines and other engine concepts. I made this video using Solidworks, Photoshop, After Effects, Audacity and Handbrake. I would like to thank Jim Hummel for the voice over work. We look forward to answering questions and comments. Feel free to post video replies and repost the video wherever you want. Check out our website: www.doylerotary.com

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Volkswagen's New Engine Cycle - The 'Budack' Cycle
How Does VW's New Budack Engine Cycle Work? How Water Cooled Exhausts Work - https://youtu.be/nNendiDFzSM Subscribe for new videos every Wednesday! - https://goo.gl/VZstk7 From the Volkswagen Tiguan Media Kit: "The all-new 2018 Volkswagen Tiguan arrives in dealerships this summer powered by the most advanced version ever of Volkswagen’s EA888 four-cylinder engine. The updated version of the benchmark EA888 four-cylinder, turbocharged and direct-injection engine uses an innovative modification to the conventional four-stroke cycle to offer an improved combination of power, efficiency and responsiveness. First introduced in the 2009 CC, the EA888 continued Volkswagen’s move toward smaller, turbocharged engines that offer the fuel economy benefits of downsizing with the power of a larger-displacement unit. Though EPA estimates are not yet available, compared with the 1.8-liter EA888 Gen 3 engine that is fitted in the current Passat, Jetta, Beetle, and Golf family models, the new 2.0-liter EA888 Generation 3B is expected to offer improved fuel efficiency along with a 20 percent Boost in maximum torque to 221 pound-feet. The majority of the engine—from the cast-iron block to the aluminum-alloy pistons and cylinder head to the valve springs—has been updated along the way. During development, engineers focused on making the engine more efficient in the range of driving that most customers use every day, which led to the introduction of a modified Miller combustion cycle that is unique to the Volkswagen Group. Whereas the traditional Miller cycle closes the intake valves just before the end of the intake stroke, the so-called Budack-cycle closes the intake valves much earlier. This results in longer effective combustion as well as faster air flow for the incoming gases, which improves the mixing of the fuel and air. The net effect is lower fuel consumption and more torque than the 2.0-liter EA888 engine fitted in the 2017 Tiguan. The key feature that enables the new engine to produce better fuel economy, as well as excellent performance, is the variable valve timing system on the intake camshaft. Depending on engine load, it is possible to switch between short and long valve opening. At idling speed and under partial load, the valve opening is shorter. When the engine is placed under greater load, a switch to the camshaft lobe that opens the valve for a longer period is made and the driver can make use of the full power and torque of the engine. The changes in the new version of the EA888 advance the twin goals of power and efficiency. The peak 184 horsepower (for the Tiguan) kicks in at 4,400 rpm, 400 revs sooner than in the 1.8-liter edition, and maintains its output until 6,000 rpm. Maximum torque of 221 lb-ft is achieved at 1,600 to 3,940 rpm. As in the previous 2.0-liter TSI® engines, the increased displacement comes solely from a longer piston stroke (92.8 mm vs. 84.1 mm in the 1.8 TSI), while the compression ratio rises to 11.7:1 due to a modified piston crown and combustion chamber. New TSI injectors can push fuel into the cylinder at a higher maximum pressure (250 bar or 3,626 psi), with up to three injection sequences per stroke depending on conditions." Don't forget to check out my other pages below! Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/engineeringexplained Official Website: http://www.howdoesacarwork.com Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/jasonfenske13 Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/engineeringexplained Car Throttle: https://www.carthrottle.com/user/engineeringexplained EE Extra: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsrY4q8xGPJQbQ8HPQZn6iA NEW VIDEO EVERY WEDNESDAY!





Hyundai's New Theta Engine with GDI (Gasoline Direct Injection) Technology
Check out how Hyundai's all-new Theta engine with GDI (Gasoline Direct Injection) technology works! This new engine is being used in all of Hyundai's new car models, including the 2011 Sonata and the 2010 Tucson. http://www.worldhyundaimatteson.com http://www.facebook.com/worldhyundai http://www.twitter.com/worldhyundaiusa http://www.worldhyundaiblog.com http://www.worldhyundaireviews.com http://www.mattesonhyundaireview.com http://www.chicago-car-credit.com World Hyundai Matteson is Chicago's leading dealer of new and used Hyundais. World Hyundai has continued to exceed Hyundai USA's expectations in new vehicle sales. Our personnel are trained tirelessly in our philosophy as well as the Hyundai product itself. World Hyundai Matteson serves customers from all across Illinois and Indiana, including Chicago, Joliet, Tinley Park, Orland Park, Calumet City, Schaumburg, Countryside, Aurora, Naperville, Bourbonnais, Kankakee, Merrillville IN, and Highland IN. World Hyundai Matteson 5337 Miller Circle Matteson, IL 60443 (866) 583-9211 sales@worldhyundaimatteson.com Visit our World Hyundai Community Page on NING! http://www.myworldhyundai.com





Duke Engines | All information about Duke Engines
Duke Engines | All information about Duke Engines Duke Engines | All information about Duke Engines https://youtu.be/ihXV9mOncvs Find out how technology from Duke Engine in car increases the efficiency of the internal combustion engine. duke engine running New Car Mad Engines this video is a duke engine test for sound and Dyno and of course also of powered car 10 Best Sounding Flat Engines PLACE 37.09024 -95.71289 SOURCE http://youtu.be/ihXV9mOncvs John Garvey talks about the development of Duke Engines' four-stroke axial piston engines, and explains the advantages and potential uses for these revolutionary small, yet powerful engines. this engine is cam with a Axial Piston: Axial engines (sometimes known as barrel or Z-crank engines) are a type of reciprocating engine with pistons arranged around an output shaft with their axes parallel to the shaft. Barrel refers to the cylindrical shape of the cylinder group (result of the pistons being spaced evenly around the central crankshaft and aligned parallel to the crankshaft axis) whilst the Z-crank alludes to the shape of the crankshaft. Duke Engines sound The key advantage of the axial design is that the cylinders are arranged in parallel around the output/crank shaft rather than at 90 degrees as in crankshaft engines. As a result it is a very compact, cylindrical engine, allowing variation in compression ratio of the engine while running. In a swashplate engine the piston rods stay parallel with the shaft, and piston side-forces that cause excessive wear can be eliminated almost completely. The small-end bearing of a traditional connecting rod, one of the most problematic bearings in a traditional engine, is eliminated. An alternate design, the Rand cam engine, replaces the plate with a sine-shaped cam. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Axial_engine http://goo.gl/G6RR2p





Russell Engine/Generator (Eng/Gen)
Additional information, visit us at http://www.russellenergy.com. The Russell Engine/Generator (Eng/Gen), invented by Robert L Russell, is the only patented shaftless, highly scalable power unit that produces electrical energy by combining an electric generator with a unique, highly efficient internal combustion engine within a single vibration free, dust and water proof housing powered by any liquid or gaseous fuel. A new improved patent pending design will be released for review in the near future.




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