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Offline overcurrent

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Re: Food for Thought: Our World
« Reply #795 on: February 13, 2020, 03:06:18 PM »
Hi Raycathode

It is a classic case of good versus evil and it has been going on since Eve ate the apple, however don't think for a minute it is just America also you might like a show called coast to coast am they had a guy on talking about demons last night. I find the show interesting they talk about all the subjects you just don't hear on main stream media and yes some of the guests are nuts in my opinion but most are very intelligent.

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Re: Food for Thought: Our World
« Reply #796 on: February 13, 2020, 04:59:13 PM »
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If you live in Canada, then whats the problem with Trump? He is not your first in charge?
I like him, if he puts crims in jail, then I like him!
Fritz

The problem fritz, is that I used to have a good neighbor with common values however then a new neighbor moved in called tRump. He is a narcissistic abusive compulsive liar with a big mouth who gaslights and cheats everyone 24/7. You see my worry is that if we let this moron and his kind carry on like this the whole neighborhood will go to hell in a hand basket ... which is my fucking problem Fritz.

So you do have every right to like tRump just like the Nazi's in Germany liked Adolf Hitler. That is your choice and my choice is to show how stupid and irresponsible it is to support want-to-be tin pot dictators like tRump because it never ends well. So you do have every right to degenerate back to the dark ages and destroy yourself I'm just saying I told you so and I'm opting out of your insanity.

As well I and my companies have boycotted U.S. goods and services just because I can. So again you can do whatever you want however I will not support you or share technology until you prove you can start acting like civilized people and not damn dirty apes. The simple lesson many cannot seem to understand is that 1)Everyone is judged by everyone else and 2)Every action has a reaction. So go nuts, jump off that cliff but don't think anyone is going to catch your fall when you inevitably hit bottom.

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Re: Food for Thought: Our World
« Reply #797 on: February 13, 2020, 07:46:26 PM »
what is it?

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Offline FriskyFritz

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Re: Food for Thought: Our World
« Reply #798 on: February 13, 2020, 10:30:30 PM »
Fritz
The problem fritz, is that I used to have a good neighbor with common values however then a new neighbor moved in called tRump. He is a narcissistic abusive compulsive liar with a big mouth who gaslights and cheats everyone 24/7. You see my worry is that if we let this moron and his kind carry on like this the whole neighborhood will go to hell in a hand basket ... which is my fucking problem Fritz.

So you do have every right to like tRump just like the Nazi's in Germany liked Adolf Hitler. That is your choice and my choice is to show how stupid and irresponsible it is to support want-to-be tin pot dictators like tRump because it never ends well. So you do have every right to degenerate back to the dark ages and destroy yourself I'm just saying I told you so and I'm opting out of your insanity.

As well I and my companies have boycotted U.S. goods and services just because I can. So again you can do whatever you want however I will not support you or share technology until you prove you can start acting like civilized people and not damn dirty apes. The simple lesson many cannot seem to understand is that 1)Everyone is judged by everyone else and 2)Every action has a reaction. So go nuts, jump off that cliff but don't think anyone is going to catch your fall when you inevitably hit bottom.

We have so many things to be angry at the world about! Hitler is never going to be Germany's proudest moment! With all bad things good things come and this is what most people do not see!
Allowing ones self to dwell on the things we have no control is futile! Its an excercise in futility, and allowing ones self to be bought down by such things is no healthy!
WWII bought death and suffering, but also bought many new technologies that allow us to live better lives today.
I learnt ont thing over at Aboveunity.com, thats the fact that we can make a difference, if there is anough of us! If we do it for ourselves and stick together! I know who Anti.Semitic is and I know his achievements. Without his help I would not be as far ahead as I am today.
It is really important that we become a collective, make good on our evoilution. Stand for your future, become one.
I am very greatful to Chris and others that have helped me! We owe it to others to help them dont you think!
Fritz

Offline Temporal Visitor

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Re: Food for Thought: Our World
« Reply #799 on: February 14, 2020, 12:27:42 AM »
what is it?

It is a Stirling engine. A decent sized one as well although they are very limited in power output.

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Offline onepower

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Re: Food for Thought: Our World
« Reply #800 on: February 14, 2020, 01:53:38 AM »
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It is really important that we become a collective, make good on our evoilution. Stand for your future, become one.

Become a collective? what are you...Borg?, I find that a little strange because many say we should all work together then in the same breath they say globalization is the devils work. Apparently the globalization conspiracy people don't understand that "globalization" is everyone working together for the greater good. However nobody ever accused them of being the sharpest tool in the shed.

However tRumpty dumpty nailed when he implied if others are going to judge the U.S. because they start illegal wars and torture/assassinate people, gerry rig the world economy through threats and intimidation and act like all around pychopaths then they want no part of globalization. The problem is every legitimate job on the planet requires an education, relevant skills and some kind of intelligence but not politics and any old dipshit can obviously fill the position.

The problem is that there are no global standards and minimum qualifications for leaders to weed out the psychopaths before they are given power. Thus we will destroy most of mankind and the environment again and history will repeat itself. It's kind of like saying I know that when we gave that monkey a loaded gun last time he blew his head off but this time the monkey is slightly smarter and we have a safety. See the monkey is smarter and he can remove the safety and oh shit...boom. Unfortunately this mankind it's just another variation of the same old shit show mankind that destroyed themselves last time, damn dirty apes.

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Re: Food for Thought: Our World
« Reply #801 on: February 14, 2020, 07:33:42 AM »


No I am not Borg, however Ants are a mighty powerful species, simply because they work as one. People need their identity and that is where globalisation went wrong!
 :) Good and Evil will always exist, while one may win the battle one can never win the War, for there will always be balance. Some tempted by Good, some tempted by Evil.
This world has had many battles won by Evil, the struggle has been getting worse for family's for decades, suffering more with every day that passes. Long suffering is the path away from Evil and as more people become tired of their suffering, more people become stubborn and make a real effort to make things better! This is why Evil can never win! Temptation is why Good can never win! So we must push for balance, Good people stubborn to make a change tired of the suffering!

Extraterrestrial species must look down on us and thing: "I wonder if these stupid people will ever grow up?"

The biggest problem we have is too many give up on the rest, throw the towel in. That's why we keep failing. If we do destroy ourselves, at least I know I tried!
Fritz

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Offline Grumage

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Re: Food for Thought: Our World
« Reply #802 on: February 14, 2020, 10:05:10 PM »
It is a Stirling engine. A decent sized one as well although they are very limited in power output.

Indeed it is !!

Here's a half scale " special " I recently built from castings that I used to market. This design is very compact by comparison.

https://youtu.be/kJ30ubhD_Fg

A father and son " duet " of the same engine but with the more complex displacer piston drive.

https://youtu.be/5VW0Zi-f7g0

Cheers Graham.

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Re: Food for Thought: Our World
« Reply #803 on: February 15, 2020, 08:39:57 AM »
Should there be a valve in the piston head? We could not start the work, probably because there was no valve at all. There was only a hole. Because it’s very old.
Do you need to fill in water?

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Re: Food for Thought: Our World
« Reply #804 on: February 15, 2020, 09:46:23 AM »
Should there be a valve in the piston head? We could not start the work, probably because there was no valve at all. There was only a hole. Because it’s very old.
Do you need to fill in water?

This engine does not use water, it is a "hot air" design (TTBOMK). The fit and seal of both the pistons is very important. Your photo's show the displacer piston shaft slide is rusty as well as the bore it slides through. That slide needs to be clean, well sealed and very free.
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« Reply #805 on: February 15, 2020, 10:55:41 AM »
Thank you. It's us fools who poured water. And so it stood in the pantry for at least 10 years with us.
In general, age is not determined. Maybe a hundred years ...

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Re: Food for Thought: Our World
« Reply #806 on: February 17, 2020, 04:39:15 PM »
For some reason, my motor did not spin. It did not work. Without water. with water also.
What am I doing wrong?

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Re: Food for Thought: Our World
« Reply #807 on: February 17, 2020, 05:17:29 PM »
Valves and easy motion are critical ...check Valves Cycle and "seal" with no binding .

Grum and Temporal are master builders ...As pointed out above  not a lot of power output so Binding will cause stall ..[no cycle]
nice looking machine BTW
Some in forum have posted that Stirling Cycle engines are running on Night sky/ and ambient heat from earth//huge area of potential for FE .

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« Reply #808 on: February 17, 2020, 07:06:08 PM »
Valves and easy motion are critical ...check Valves Cycle and "seal" with no binding .

Grum and Temporal are master builders ...As pointed out above  not a lot of power output so Binding will cause stall ..[no cycle]
nice looking machine BTW
Some in forum have posted that Stirling Cycle engines are running on Night sky/ and ambient heat from earth//huge area of potential for FE .

If you remove the connecting rod from the crankpin and push the power piston down you should feel some compression (quite light) and should not hear air pissing out past the powerpiston and its cylinder - or leaking from the valve you have found/show in your sketch - or leaking from where the heat tube attaches to the main casting - or leaking at the displacer rod slide. And the displacer must be sealed itself on the rod and not rubbing on the heat tube. They are fussy.

The valve should open when you pull up and seal tight when you push down.

You could use dish soapy water to see the leaks as well or even motor oil.

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« Reply #809 on: February 17, 2020, 07:20:55 PM »
For some reason, my motor did not spin. It did not work. Without water. with water also.
What am I doing wrong?

Hi Kolbacict.

Your engine is " air cooled " no water involved, none!!

Firstly, the two pistons, power and displacer need to be at 90 degrees to each other. Is the flywheel
" keyed " onto the crankshaft so that this 90 degree relationship is maintained?

This engine will only run in one direction so you will have to find that out by trying in each direction.

In your sketch I can see a valve in the bottom of the power piston, this needs to be shut perfectly. This might be the cause of the engine not running, however this engine will need a reasonable amount of heat to run. What are you using to heat the bottom of the displacer cylinder?

Whilst the engine is cold you should be able to feel a sort of pressure and suction event over a revolution. If this isn't the case then you have air entering the " closed " system.

That valve in the bottom of the power piston is called a " snifter " and is used to replenish system  losses but is a rather " uncommon " fixture.

Cheers Graham.

 

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