The System Edit
Hydro-Motor Simple math
In a fluid system, this rotary motor is 14” diameter, 8 cylinders, has 2” dia. pistons, with a 7” dia. crank and 0.5” displacement, there are 3 active cylinders. In this example we are using the constants 450-psi cylinder pressure, rotating at 900 rpm. A hydraulic fluid pump with an electric motor drives the above system.
A pump and motor were chosen to give me the ability to control both the flow and the pressure on the input side. Thereby more accurately calculate the torque and speed on the output side.
This technology is better than existing technologies for the following two reasons
1) Greater leverage within a more confined space.
2) Reduced mass used in linear to rotary motion translation.
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Displacement = disp = 0.5 inches = d
Piston diameter = 2”
Active Cylinders = 3
Star-wheel / Crankshaft = 7” diameter
Pressure = PSI = 450 PSI
Speed = N = 900 RPM’s
1 HorsePower = 746 Watts
5252 = constant (33,000 divided by 3.14 x 2 = 5252)
1 HP = 33,000 ft·pound-force·min−1 = exactly 0.74569987158227022 kW
1 Gallon = 231 Cu. In.
Fluid Pressure (PSI) = Force (pounds) / Area ( sq. in.).........P = PSI = F/A
Cylinder Area (sq. In.) = 3.1416 × Radius (inch)(sq.)...........A = Pi × R(sq.)
Cylinder Force (pounds) = Pressure (psi) × Area (sq. in.).....F = P × A
Cylinder Speed (ft./sec.) = (231 × gpm) / (12 × 60 × Area)....v = (0.3208 × gpm) / A
Fluid Motor Speed (rpm) = (231 × gpm) / disp. (cu. in.).........n = (231 × gpm) / d
Pump Output Flow (gpm) = (Speed (rpm) × disp. (cu. in.)) / 231 gpm = (n ×d) / 231
Torque = Force applied x lever arm in “ft” or Ta*psi = F lbs.”
1.) PUMP HP=GPM*P / 1714
2.) PUMP HP=GPM*P*.0007
2.) HP=(C*N / 12/60) * F / 550
Efficiency=work out / work in * 100
Where D is Displacement, L is Lever radius and E is efficiency D/L=E
A = Cylinder Head Area = pi*(r^2) = 3.14*(1*1) = 3.14159 sq. in.
Ta = Total Area = A*active cylinders = 3.14*3” = 9.42477 sq. in.
P = Pressure = 450psi
N = RPM = 900
C = Circumference of Star wheel = 7 * 3.14159 = 21.99
L = Star-wheel Crankshaft Radius / 12 inches = 3.5/12 = .29 ft
D = Distance in 1 Min = (C*N) /12 = (21.99*900) /12 = 19,791in/12 = 1,649.25 ft
F = Ta*P = 9.42477*450 = 4,241 lbs Force.
T = Torque in ft_lbs = (crankshaft radius / 12)*4241 = (3.5/12) =. 2916*4,2341 = 1,236.95 ft_lbs.
With the above given; the following is 2 different HP formulas representing work out:
1.) HP=F*N*L/5252 = 211.8 HP or = 158,002 Watt
2.) HP=(C*N / 12/60) * F / 550 = 211.85 HP or = 158,040 Watt
Pump Math Edit
With the above, we then calculate pump fluid flow & HP
The volume which will pass through pump is equal to :
9.42477*.5=4.72385 in3 for active cylinders in each strok
7*3.1415/.5= 43.981 number of action of cylinders for one rotation
43.981*4.72385=207.7596 in3 volume of displaced oil in one rotation
207.7596*900=186983.6821 in3 volume of diplaced oil in one minute
186983.6821/231=809.4536 gpm volume of displaced oil in one minute
As we see the power used by pump theoricaly is equal to the power used by motor ( 212.5169 and 211.85 are a little different only because of unit conversions and and diferent fraction and not because of efficency )
Pump HP Edit
The following are 2 Pump HP formulas representing power in.
1.) PUMP HP=GPM*P / 1714 = 809.4536* 450 /1,714 =212.5169 HP or = 158536 Watts
An electric motor and pump were chosen for this example to control the input with calculable knowns. If you can calculate forward then you can transpose.
System Efficiency Edit
Efficiency work out / work in * 100 = 211.8HP / 212.5169 HP * 100 = 99.66% ( the efficiency should be less than 100% and here it is , but remember that it is not correct because we have not acounted any loss up to now in these calculation and this is only because of diferent unit convertions and and fractions )
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Math references Edit
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By an increase in mechanical advantage and decrease in volumetric mass with the area of force remaining the same the efficiency in any system is increased, there is a direct relationship within any given fluid dynamic or applied mechanics system.
In the above system, no new energy is being created, rather or more amply put this system better utilizes the energy available.
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[First law of thermodynamics]
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[Second law of thermodynamics]
Heat cannot of itself pass from a colder to a hotter body. This is equivalent to this scientific statement: The entropy of an isolated system not at equilibrium will tend to increase over time, approaching a maximum value.
[Third law of thermodynamics]
As a system approaches absolute zero of temperature all processes cease and the entropy of the system approaches a minimum value.
[Zeroth law of thermodynamics]
If two thermodynamic systems are in thermal equilibrium with a third, they are also in thermal equilibrium with each other.
Will Green laws of dynamic systems
1"All dynamic systems are a balancing act."
2"Once a system is out of balance there is movement."
3"Movement will continue in a system until a balance is reached in that system"
4"An out of balance movement will pass from one system into another"
5"We can never realize the complete potential from dynamic energy"
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