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intelligent stroke

All engines that have a piston and a connecting rod and a crankshaft are to be changed with this technology

In laymans talk

we have pistons going up and down in your car

In petrol engines a mixture of petrol and air is compressed by the piston going up

At the top of the stroke (TDC) a spark occurs from the sparkplug and ignition of the mixture commences from the spark area out, not reaching every molecule before the end of the cycle.

The force from this ignition is about 75% efficient, that is, 25% is not turned into force on the piston

Similarly with diesel engines air only is compressed by the piston going up

At the top of the stroke (TDC) fuel is injected and ignition occurs due to the compression and ignition of the mixture commences from the injector area out.

The force from this ignition is about 90% efficient, that is, 10% is not turned into force on the piston

Now HCCI ( homogeneous charge compression ignition) engines developed before 2000AD are recognised as being the best

As with petrol engines a mixture of petrol and air is compressed by you piston going up. At the top of the stroke (TDC) the compression is so great that the mixture ignites – completely it all ignites and the force from this ignition is 100% efficient that is 100% turned into force on the piston.

This obvious principal if developed would save 25 % fuel in petrol engines and 10% in diesel engines all over the world

In about 2001 world congress made statements supporting this technology

So our creation is a dynamically variable stroke technology – that is the stroke of an engine can be varied while it is running.

Now, since then, we have developed an improvement to this technology.

The problem with HCCI is the quality of the fuel  and atmospheric conditions– if these vary, the ignition due to compression maybe too early or never happen.

Our technology, part 2, Reactive stroke control – Auto ignition

The compression ignition position occurs when the piston is always ready to commence its downward movement from that point no matter about fuel quality or type, temperature and any other variable.

  • Most engineers have been trying to compensate for every variable by using sensors and computers but there are too many of them for reliability.  The size of this is problem dealt with this way has been beyond comprehension.

  • It is obvious that this new technology means a new group of fuels is available, pollution levels are improved due to better burning.