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Rotory engine
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Rotory engine
Has anyone considered using a Wankel(rotory engine) as an avenue of HHO propulsion? It seems that it would not take as much fuel to keep it firing since it does not need to overcome inertia as the piston engine does.
Just a thought. Thanks for listening
10-09-2008 03:33 PM
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I'm not sure the Wankel can handle HHO. The edge seals are known as the weakest link. If you have one try it and see. If it does work it should not take as much gas as an ice.
10-09-2008 03:49 PM
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hydrotinkerer Wrote:I'm not sure the Wankel can handle HHO. The edge seals are known as the weakest link. If you have one try it and see. If it does work it should not take as much gas as an ice.

Thanks Hydro. I am checking into the possibility of borrowing a motorcycle engine that is rotory. I'll let you know how it goes.
10-10-2008 02:07 PM
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If it's naturally aspirated you will be just fine.
12-03-2008 05:58 PM
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I too have thought about using a Winkle. if the timing is adjustable it my be the best and easyest way to try for a 100% hho engine.
06-05-2009 12:24 PM
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After the long discussion, I can't understand the meaning and the mechanism related to the HHO. So basically will you please tell me in easiest word so I also can help you all.

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06-08-2010 11:10 PM
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Hi,The rotary engine was an early type of internal-combustion engine, usually designed with an odd number of cylinders per row in a radial configuration, in which the crankshaft remained stationary and the entire cylinder block rotated around it. The design was used mostly in the years shortly before and during World War I to power aircraft, and also saw use in a few early motorcycles and cars.

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08-23-2010 02:50 AM
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rotory engine is good and helps to increases effectuate of work which every one mainly needed..

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10-11-2010 10:06 PM
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I know that the Mazda RX7 and Mazda RX8 has a rotary engine and that the power output is equivelent to a 3 litre car, although it is only a 1.3 litre. I hear that the RX7 are customised by the Japs who love to use them on the track.
The rotary engine is installed in the Mazda RX7 and Mazda RX8 sports cars. The power output is equal to a 3 litre car, althoughit is only a 1.3litre engine. How awesome is that?
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02-04-2011 09:01 AM
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