Turing Motor Unveiled
The Turing Motor August 2006 By Rich Shull
Autistically designed and built using Picture
thoughts and keen Autisitc senses
Named for Alan Turing (1912-1954) autistic Father
of the computer
Cut open view featuring central spinning cylinder
The Turing Motor By Rich Shull
The Turing Motor is autistically (picture thought) inspired designed and built internal combustion motor that is built from the flame of combustion backwards. This is the motor Ford and others would have built had they understood their own piston and cylinder motors. They were tinkering and came across the obvious and it worked but, they could not explain it, from and engineering standpoint. PreRain Man Autism can feature picture thoughts a type of thought process that might explain everything from Einstein to Dyslexia. Autism like this has never been in a text book before and its very complicated and needs to be watered down and translated to traditional thought ,coupled with our keen senses, autistic obsessions and splinter skills we often shine like Rain Man, the movie character.
The Turing Motor is designed from the flame of combustion backwards and makes full use the idea energy is neither invented or destroyed only transformed. All parts spin the same direction, and it spins 2-3-4 times per firing and a catalyst is added in the combustion process. There are no inefficient up and down moving parts. The Turing Motor idles at 2-3 RPM mostly on compressed air and refined versions will run 1000s of RPM. The intake air is compressed. The Turing Motor is cooled with nitrogen and runs very hot but the tail pipe will be touchable. It is designed to run with the modern super lubes and there is no compression oil to get dirty. A built in steam cleaning feature will keep the Turing Motor running strong for years. (something like a oil change) The engine features remote oil pan, flywheel and accessory drives to cope with the ultra hot 700 'F operating temp.
Instead of cylinders as current motors employ, the Turing Motor will have firing rings mounted into a common spinning cylinder. A typical Turing Motor will feature 3 firing rings and it will only need one for idle -3 for full power and two or one for cruising. Ultimate versions can be made for maximum towing power. A 3 ring version equivalent to a 4 cylinder motor could do well for a sensible car and realize over 100 MPG and be very green. Engine control and management is done with high quality electronics and will feature an owner friendly computer system.
Theories and features have been tested in real life experiments and the motor as a whole has not been built but is not an unreasonable venture. Perhaps like the autism that built it is just impossible in the traditional mindset.
Rich Shull Http://prerainmanautism.blogspot.com