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Dual Rotor Saturn Rotary Engine

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Filesize: 34.53 kB

Date added: 2016-04-14

Rating: 5

Downloads: 573

Views: 194

Comments: 8

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Made with: Algodoo v2.1.0


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Since alot of People don't know how to make proper Rotarys,
Heres an simple Dual Rotor Rotary engine. I also hooked it up to a
flywheel to see how much horsepower its making. Pnvv can you do the
math and hook this little beast up to your dyno? Because i don't know how to
do the math.
I will guess this engine makes like 15p? when its making 3-4hp then i would be
upset because it looks fast.
But anyways...
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90 RAD/S?! OMG.
Jesus! How is that running?
I don't quite understand the purpose of this other than the visuals? It is simply 2 hinges with a motor each, not an actual "engine".:)

The horsepower you can calculate for yourself rather easy since your torque is constant.

approximate: POWER(hp) = TORQUE(Nm) * RPM / 7125

In this case your "engine" is doing around 53700 hp, which is rather ridiculous.
Last edited at 2016/04/14 23:22:30 by sPetersen
sPetersen did the math, no dynoing is neccessary because it's not an "engine" so to speak:P
I just came here to say that. this is BS as you just put a motor axle
Yep, all he did was hide the motors with a stretched axle.:tdown:
come on its just a example. Y'all know how teribble i am at making engines
this is not an engine... if you disasemble the ''engine'' you will find a hinge set on the motor setting...