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Author Topic: Building The Clem Engine Series  (Read 12197 times)

Offline aussiebattler

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Re: Building The Clem Engine Series
« Reply #15 on: March 17, 2018, 12:58:06 PM »
Hi peoples
I too have been working on the "Clem motor" thingy for a few years. I am currently working on a "version" using a 3D printer which certainly makes experimenting easier. Perhaps I am closer than ever now. The secret of this is to understand the physics involved and use drawings as a guide only but respect each item has a function.
 The first thing is to ask is "where does the energy come from"? This is important if we want to answer the scoffers. Well the energy comes from the air - more specifically the temperature of it. That is why there is a heat exchanger shown. This causes the fluid from the "motor" to heat up to ambient before it cycles again. So what caused the fluid to need heating? The venturi effect as fluid is passed from high pressure/hot to low pressure /cold. Once started the process continues ad infinitum
So the conversion is made from heat energy (heat sourced from the atmosphere) to rotational energy - simple.