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Posted by Bob Yates on December 22, 2003, 12:15 am
 
News wrote:

Since you seem to have a problem with references here is one for you:
http://www.orbeng.com.au/orbital/aboutOrbital/diaryarchive/97korspeech.htm

Posted by News on December 22, 2003, 12:53 am
 


licenses

I have already read it.  I drove one the Ford Orbital prototypes fitted in a
Ford Fiesta.  About 80 of these were given to British and German police
forces for testing.  No vales, so revved like hell.  Fast, economical,
smooth, lots or torque, and just a small thing at the bottom of the engine
bay.  The exhaust was about 3 inches diameter.


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Posted by Ben Simons on December 19, 2003, 10:17 pm
 At least, we don't have to pay 40$ to see the revolutionary concept like
other inventors try to trick people.

And it looks like it is running. For a proof, a movie with a running
chainsaw would be cool.

Ben




Posted by Harry K on December 21, 2003, 11:13 am
 
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I saw one clip back when this abortion first appeared or near
thereafter.  The performance as pathetic and that's being generous.

Harry K

Posted by News on December 21, 2003, 11:57 am
 


So it works then!  A good objective engineer will look at a concept for the
benefits it gives.  This invention has clear benefits over existing tired
technology.  Since these people ran up a working prototype they have refined
the design and introduced further designs and applications.  The notion of
having a combined Stirling/IC unit running the Stirling of the waste heat of
the IC side, although not a new idea as this was proposed in piston engines
too, is real neat.  Small, simple, compact, light, highly efficient, etc.  A
working prototype unit of all these designs would be brilliant.

Many authorities journals have commended the Quasiturbine and viewed it as a
viable alternative to current piston IC engines.  Most people base their
scepticism on major conservative corporation not adopting new technologies -
mainly due to vested interest, and just plain ignorance.



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