use sorbothane to stop the vibes from engine to desktop. @Tunerboii2045 whoa! check the actual business interview vid! think its UK biz. IMAGINE ADDING THAT TO THE TESLA ROADSTER OR TESLA ENGINE FOR KIT CAR. this once was just a toy … remembered it as a kid & bought the toy yesterday…
@Tunerboii2045 whoa! check the actual business interview vid! think its UK biz. IMAGINE ADDING THAT TO THE TESLA ROADSTER OR TESLA ENGINE FOR KIT CAR. this once was just a toy … remembered it as a kid & bought the toy yesterday…
Formula SAE? I figure eventually they will start allowing hybrids, the problem is that Ive seen other teams try exotic set-ups and nothing seems to be able to beat a well tuned fuel injection 600cc engine setup.
so pretty much the engine like in term “loads up the flywheel and gives it momentum” to drive the CVT and u can back off the power saving electricity or power and use it for like spare energy….. im kinda new to this used to gearsboxes lol??
f1 is allowing hybrids starting this year. the issue is that bearings are not efficient enough to make the system work well. i am a mechanical engineering student so i like everything to be mechanical. there was a project that has a bus with a large flywheel but when is turned it rolled over.
another issue with the bike is that a bike must be able to lean for turning. a flywheel would cause the bike not to turn. but if one orientated the flywheel axis inline with the frame then the issue is corrected.
Nice simple demo. Most piston engines already have a flywheel at the end of the crankshaft,so nothing new in that. A Bicycle couldbe adapted to incorporate a flywheel that could be “charged” by continuous pedalling, even when near stationary orgoing downhill, and then using that stored energy for acceleration orup hill gradients – but no system is 100 efficient at storing energy. Flywheels are good for torque, but there is a weight penalty , by definition, and a friction issue with bearings heat
For IdleGod. The gyro is his flywheel. It is a rotating mass that stores energy for later use when the engine is disengaged. EV cars replace the flywheel principle with batteries and motor generators on the braking system.