Air car Projectaircraft project
Story: Air has been used to drive mine engines since the nineteenth and twentieth centuries and was once the foundation for the navy's torque drive. In recent times, several enterprises have begun to design pneumatic vehicles even though they have not been approved for use by the general public or have not been tried out by third partys. Air motor - construction and operation: Parts required: 1) Tanks: Tanks are used to hold the air, in fact the air in the tanks itself begins to compress.
Therefore, the design of the fuel cell must comply with the design codes for the design of pressurised containers, e.g. the ASME codes available for boilers and pressurised containers. Pressurized air can be taken from the supercharger. Compressors are devices that pressurize, i.e. raise the air from low to very high pressures. It is necessary to fill the pressurized container reservoir by linking the supercharger to the pressurized container.
Compressors can be of any kind, it does not play a role, but preferentially a piston air blower should be used. 3 ) Current regulating poppet vents and pipe cladding: The current regulating poppet is used to adjust the air stream so that the air stream is variable according to the operating condition of the motor. Air motor principle: What makes an air car drive on the street improves its power by warming the air flowing in or the motor itself.
A few went one step further and burnt diesel inside the cylinders or turbines and formed a kind of combustor motor. Can also be used in combination with this system. of air motor (C.A.E.) are: air motor is that a clean air car does not produce any contamination on the exhaust pipe. exhaust pipe. exhaust pipe. Renewable energy. to construct a refrigeration system, gas tanks, ignition systems or sound absorbers.
The motor (C.A.E.) has some drawbacks which are: air outlet. Adding results in a more sophisticated drive system. difficulty as the drive system does not supply a return energy supply. would be necessary. are motor for vehicles: Stansfield, motor and air tanks.