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Reactive Timing Engine

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Question: It is said “mechanically thinks for itself” – explain.

Answer : Compression Ignition engines need their point of ignition to occur at Top Dead Center (TDC) position.

At this point the downward travel commences – our technology sets this Ignition Timing Position (ITP) using mechanical “think for itself” design. The Ignition Timing Position (ITP) will vary and will been automatically adjusted — many things change this.

Question : What has the greatest effect on Ignition Timing Position (ITP) ?

            Answer : Throttle position and engine speed are the biggest things that would effect ITP.

Wide throttle allows more mixture –higher CR

High engine speed less fuel mixture has time to enter hence lowers CR

Question : What about all other variables

  Answer : All other variables are automatically adjusted for.

Question : Why have split crankshaft?

            Answer :  Each cylinder will have its own ITP position and must be independant, so a one piece crankshaft

is no longer possible

Question : What limits the types of fuel used?

            Answer : All fuels can be used except where the viscosity (whether our high pressure pump

will cause it to atomise in the injectors), also any corrosive properties that it may effect the fuel system.

What features does the design have?

  1. Feature : option of single shaft or double shaft

Question : why these 2 designs?

Answer : to cater for single cylinder engines, multicylinder engines, single cylinder pumps

and multi cylinder pumps

  1. Feature : Self setting TDC at point of combustion (ITP)

Question : Is this self setting TDC (Top Dead Centre) feature critical to design of HCCI

(Homogeneous Charge Compression Ignition) engines?

Answer : HCCI engines must have ignition occur at the top of the stroke.

  1. Feature :The valve timing – auto timing module

Question : Why does valve timing need adjustment?

Answer : Change of stroke means that TDC will shift and hence valve timing

must be  shifted to compensate


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