Inventions from Wolfhart in Videos
Physicist & Inventor
The rigid vane displacement principle
The working principle is here recognizable. Rigid wings rotate in a groove - sealing parts rotate slanted to it. The forces are transferred only by rigid components to the liquid.
Here I show the three rigid wing displacement principle as a water pump.
Test of my rotary piston machine as oil-free compressor.
Pump for a new cooling process.
The problem was here pumping a gas-fluid mixture. The large recesses in the co-rotating sealing parts work here as co-rotating air chambers.
The forerunner to the rigid vane displacement principle was a principle with a force-actuated axial rotating vane, which rotates and slides on a plane.
Here a pneumatic motor runs according to this oil-free principle.
The secret, why this works still with 20000 U/min oil-free, is because of the extremely small tracking (touching) forces.
My ball piston engine
The forerunner to the rotary-piston engine was the wobble piston motor.
(The partition wall is here removed.) In the version as rotary-piston engine pistons and cylinders rotate around their center of gravity. The here visible wobble movement exist only in the body-fixed, co-rotating reference system. (To each angled machine gives it a wobble piston and a turning piston version, ever after which part is moving and which not.
Here one can see the asymmetrical control diagram, what makes this two stroke engine pollution free like four stroke engine.
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