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Spring-Powered V16 Engine

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Author: Swag_Mooshroom

Group: Default

Filesize: 92.65 kB

Date added: 2019-01-02

Rating: 5.4

Downloads: 406

Views: 73

Comments: 2

Ratings: 2

Times favored: 0

Made with: Algodoo v2.1.0


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Anyone can use this V16 engine for free but be sure to credit my name.
If you will put this on your vehicle, be sure to leave collision layers
A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H free on where you desire to place this to.

This Engine is a 16-Piston version of my previously uploaded V8 engine.
So I basically doubled the pistons of the previous version and thus resulting
in 2x more power and unfortunately results to more simulation rate needed
in order to operate properly, and more collision layers.

Last edited at 2019/01/05 08:07:39 by Swag_Mooshroom
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A little weird, just how I like them! :P How does it work?
@Ken3344 The small colored circles you see there are representing an actual engines piston. The Big-blue circle you can see in the bottom of the engine represents the crankshaft. The springs you can see connecting the small and the big circle are the connecting rod. And laslty, the shorter springs you can see in the upper part of the pistons are springs with negative damping and high constant, causing it to move back and forth.