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Gun Engine Technology


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Gun Engine Technology

  1. 1. “The future of fuel efficient automobile engines…” Presented by Team Cardinals Terese Wentworth, James VonLanken, Mary Rollins, Tina Johnson & Nicole Desmond Turn up your speakers! Turn up your speakers!
  2. 2.  The Gun Engine is the engine of the future. If brought into mass production, it will change our world in terms of fuel consumption.
  3. 3. FUN FACTS ON CURRENT AUTOMOBILES!! “There are over 600 million motor vehicles in the world today. If present trends continue, the number of cars on Earth will double in the next 30 years.” Global Warming Magazine “If all the cars from the U.S. were taken and lined up from bumper to bumper, there would be enough cars to go to the moon from earth and back.” Pathogens that exist in vehicle exhaust include: carbon monoxide, nitrogen dioxide, sulphur dioxide, benzene, formaldehyde, and polycyclic hydrocarbons.
  4. 4. Some of us drive vehicles like these…. And some of us drive vehicles like this…. So fuel inefficient!
  5. 5. Vehicles today emit more carbon dioxide into the air than ever before! Direct exposure to this type of exhaust could be poisonous or deadly! Paved parking lots create rainwater runoffs that pollute our lakes and rivers. Can you imagine the oil, antifreeze, and other chemicals from our vehicles that drips down onto the ground? All of this gets washed away with the rain!
  6. 6. There are three forms of new technology that are being developed… Hydrogen Cars Biodiesel Cars Electric Engines Hydrogen converts water into steam, which creates the power to the engine. Hydrogen is highly combustible. The fuel is created from biomass. This will reduce greenhouse gas emissions. It’s very similar to diesel engines. Electric cars produce no harmful emissions, but these engines cannot create and store large amounts of power.
  7. 7. The answer is no. There is no vehicle on the market at this time that can get 220 miles per gallon. As we are about to explore, there is a new type of engine under development that may, someday, get 220 mpg.
  8. 8. Introducing Gun EngineIntroducing Gun Engine TechnologyTechnology This engine is not your typical car engine. However, it does use a lot of the same components. They are just used in a different manner. This is a smaller, lightweight engine, which in turn make the vehicle more fuel efficient. This engine does not require the vehicle to have a conventional cooling system or a transmission.
  9. 9. The Creator of the Gun Engine Kazimierz “Stan” Holubwicz •Stan Holubwicz is the genius behind the Gun Engine. •He is responsible for a few other inventions including a rotary engine, which could one day outperform the Gun Engine, and a run-of-the river turbine which would be super efficient. •Stan hails from Burnaby, British Columbia, CANADA
  10. 10. Difference Between Normal Engine Operation &Difference Between Normal Engine Operation & Gun Engine OperationGun Engine Operation Normal Engine Operation Intake Cycle – Brings in the air/fuel mixture Compression Cycle – Compresses air/fuel mixture Power Cycle – Spark Plugs light off air/fuel mixture and forces piston down the cylinder to produce power. Exhaust Cycle – Pushes out the spent gases (i.e. CO2, Nitrogen Dioxide, Benzene) This process occurs four time under normal engine operation. Intake Cycle – Brings in air/water mixture Compression Cycle – Compresses air/water mixture Power Cycle – The expansion of water/air turns into steam, which creates the power Exhaust Cycle – Expels water/air mixture out tailpipe Gun Engine Operation The above process occurs once with the gun engine, and the water/air process occurs three times following the air/fuel process. The difference between the normal engine and the gun engine is the amount of combustion pressure pressing down on the floating piston. This negative energy is what might be considered as the shot that is being fired from the gun. These are the four cycles of how an engine works.
  11. 11. Dan Olson Service Manager Martell Tire & Auto Service Chippewa Falls, WI
  12. 12. Improved Emissions Because this engine uses two times the amount of water, the water/air mixture will be exhausted out the tailpipe instead of the fuel/air mixture. This will result in much cleaner air. Fuel Efficiency/Overall Efficiency This new style engine still produces power with 1/3 less fuel normally used. It is said that with this engine, consumers can travel 220 mpg. Weight Reduction There is no need for a cooling system because of the amount of water used to power the engine. Also, the transmission can be omitted. Without these components, the vehicle will be more lightweight. Also, the entire engine does not need to be made out of metal, it can be made out of injection molded plastic.
  13. 13. Brad Matson Shop Manager Red Oval Repair Colfax, WI