Internal working concept of THE TURING MOTOR. By Rich Shull
Two compressed air flywheels at each end of the motor.
An electric motor section
A Turing Motor section
One central shaft ,no up and down moving parts three modes of propulsion compressed air ,electric and gas.
The Turing Motor
Designed from the flame of combustion backwards The Turing Motor has never been done before. It spins 3-4-5 times with every firing . The Turing motor features firing rings that allow for constant smooth operation . A super injection system injects fuel air and even operates an exhaust function when needed .Most of the time an exhaust function is not needed as so much of the fuel is used up in combustion.
The Turing Motor comes with a steam self-cleaning feature to keep it operating smooth.
Since the Turing Motor by design is a high speed ,high power motor I have coupled it with simple existing technology to create The Turing Motor. It will not operate really well at low speed, It shines at high speed however. There is one central ’crankshaft’ and it is spun by two flywheels at each end. The flywheels have a compressed air internal workings and with a puff of air they start and idle the Turing Motor. Imagine setting at a drive threw or in a traffic jam not making any pollution or using any gas?
An electric motor system like the Toyota Puris uses does most of the grunt work from idle speed to midrange where the Turing Motor takes over the duty. About 3000 rpm and above. The Turing Motor features firing rings (think Cylinders) and they make the flame of combustion last as long as possible. Typically every firing of the motor gets 3-4-5 revolutions from the motor. No power is instantly lost with a valve opening . The power and motion of motor compounds again and again . Naturally this makes for a very hot running motor so a high speed cooling system featuring nitrogen / Freon is used . There is an Exhaust exjector similar to a fuel injector that operates on demand. The operating range for the Turing Motor alone 3000 to 9500 RPM .
All three power systems effortlessly seamlessly flow and work together with a computer system with a back up hard ware mechanical system to assure running in the event of a computer failure. Strictly mechanical controls will provide a ‘limp home’ type of feature.
The simple no up and down moving parts system will make for a wonderful smooth operating experience for even the low line cars. MPG for a reasonable car should be in the 90MPG range. Of course the Turing Motor is very green and with current technology and the built in efficiency of the motor it will be nearly 100% green . It will have the same range and cord free operating range of a current car. Even ridiculous SUV ‘s will get 30 mpg and be green about it. Smart types of car could get well over 100 mpg.
Now the rest of the story,
All the best innovation is never realized, indeed some of these ideals in the design of this motor came from the autism gene pool. Autism is both MR/DD and Einstein. The entire thought system has never been in a book before and it is the next 1000 chapters in psychology. The upper reaches of this thought system are indeed Einstein. Since I have no degree in anything , and even the peer review autism system is ignorant of those of us that made it I fear the Turing Motor like many of Tesla ,Di Vinci ’s inventions will remain in theory only. The typical human mind operates in short cuts only so the real thoughts and the base thoughts that really make mans mind work are never realized.
IF the Turing Motor is ever built it has Tucker (1940’s car) and Corviar written all over it. Some out for a quick profit company will short cut the design and build of the motor and create a huge lemon. Since the motor has never been done before no mechanic will understand enough of it to more than screw it up. Even contemporary mechanics don’t understand the model T motor we still use today from an engineering point of view and truth be told neither did Henry Ford himself ,he was just tinkering and came up with the obvious piston and cylinder.
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