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Diaphragm Air Engine

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Real Engineering : Your 3D animations are great. What are you doing them in?
no1wrench : This is actually potentially ground breaking technology. As a mechanic... and a bit of a wannabe engineer, I'm incredibly impressed... and inspired!
G0ldbl4e : Hey Tom! Great build! Might I suggest using a pressure regulator to increase the efficiency of your engine by giving the engine a measured consistent dosage of air from the bottle? It should flatten the peak on that thrust curve into a nice long line. You already have a measured out volume, regulating the pressure will allow you to optimize every part of your design by guaranteeing a pretty steady rate of air moving through it (assuming the pressure doesn't drop so quick temperature changes are a consideration)
Lord Kiyo : This is so cool to watch, and really shows how simple mechanics can evolve.
John Dickson : His face when it finally continued to spin instead of going back and forth. Priceless

Making a Miniature 5 Vane Air Motor

In this video I'm making a 5 vane rotor air (pneumatic) motor. This type of motor is used in a variety of air tools seen every day, nothing uncommon. While this may not be very exciting, I found that this is actually a positive displacement pump. That means, it can be a perfectly working miniature supercharger. This type of supercharging was applied decades ago in actual engines and worked very reliably. In my case though I'll need to change the materials of the vanes and the housing for better sealing and reliability. Any suggestions are welcome :)

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Manual do Motor Stirling - Leandro Wagner : Even with all the equipment you have today to manufacture these wonders, it is only possible if you have the will and knowledge to operate them, not to mention your brilliant ideas.
Congratulations my friend.
Poptart McJelly : 8:16 you designed your motor the wrong way, the narrowing in the cavity should be at the top not the bottom. Your shaft should be closer to the ports, not further.
Also as springs you can use aluminum from a cola can, because it's springy. You only need enough pressure to hold the vanes against the housing, once there's compressed air a positive pressure forms behind the vanes and pushes them out.
aserta : You can use it as an oil pump too. Two mods: 1. you need springs, and i suggest you use spring steel cut and shaped like a V to fit in behind the vanes. 2. The faces of the vanes need to be square to the casing. You can give them the smallest of chamfering, but they really need to be flush with the case when touching.
Source: i copied a car oil pump to make a miniature oil pump for an RC airplane engine. I used ceramic vanes (cut and lapped from a small ceramic blade handle) and a stainless steel casement, with two teflon shims as faces, and clock spring sections bent as springs.
Worked a little too well, so i had to cut a small relief into every second blade to down the pressure a little.
SilverS : This has easily become my favourite channel. Keep up the amazing work
Rocketplane : Before you change anything, I recommend doing a pump characterization. All you need is a flow meter, a manometer or other pressure gauge, some sort of adjustable flow restriction (valve), and a way to drive the pump. This will give you the information you need to size one properly for whatever engine you want to attach it to. Basically, if you know how much air your engine pulls at a certain RPM, then you can size your pump to give the desired boost at that flow rate.

Our air motors technologies: vane, piston and turbine

Air motors are used in many types of machines to create rotary or linear motion through the release of compressed air. The air motor is an ideal industrial solution for machines running in corrosive, explosive or even hazardous environment. With power outputs from 0.1-6.5 kW, our pneumatic motors are compact and reliable with high power-to-weight ratios. In addition to the standard range, Atlas Copco can offer customized air motors adapted to individual customer’s demands.

Learn more about our air motors: https://www.atlascopco.com/en-uk/itba/industry-solutions/airmotors
MrMustacrackish : My first welding job I inherited an Atlas Copco air grinder. I'm not sure if it was the turbine or air vane design (I'd guess turbine) but this was my favorite tool in my arsenal. It was such a pleasure to use and so torquey I started resenting my electric angle grinder.
luigi cirelli : impressive engineering
rajeesh alath : What's the cost of the motor?
adams adams : Hi.how many hours an air motor could working unstoply? And how many hours it's life?
Baqer Ali : Is it working with steam preassure?

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