publication . Article . 2014

Analysis and simulation of Wiseman hypocycloid engine

Priyesh Ray; Sangram Redkar;
Open Access English
  • Published: 16 Dec 2014 Journal: Cogent Engineering (issn: 2331-1916, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group
Abstract
This research studies an alternative to the slider-crank mechanism for internal combustion engines, which was proposed by the Wiseman Technologies Inc. Their design involved replacing the crankshaft with a hypocycloid gear assembly. The unique hypocycloid gear arrangement allowed the piston and connecting rod to move in a straight line creating a perfect sinusoidal motion, without any side loads. In this work, the Wiseman hypocycloid engine was modeled in a commercial engine simulation software and compared to slider-crank engine of the same size. The engine’s performance was studied, while operating on diesel, ethanol, and gasoline fuel. Furthermore, a scaling ...
Subjects
free text keywords: hypocycloid engine, multi-fuel analysis, Engineering (General). Civil engineering (General), TA1-2040, Cylinder (engine), law.invention, law, Crankshaft, Engineering, business.industry, business, Connecting rod, Hypocycloid, Automotive engineering, Piston, Longitudinal engine, Engine configuration, Mechanical engineering, Four-stroke engine
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publication . Article . 2014

Analysis and simulation of Wiseman hypocycloid engine

Priyesh Ray; Sangram Redkar;