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2 stroke E-V6, E-boxta, E-inline8

electric linear piston engine(s)
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This array of engines, use not 3ft/sec, not 6ft/sec, nor even 100ft/sec, but 30m/sec linear pistons powered each by the discharge of 22,000uF capacitors, charged by 100kWh battery pack. Apart from the pistons operating in a vaccuum and there being no gas to transfer (hence, no need for four stroke) the remainder of the mechanics of the engine are very similar to a petrol engine. This provides the 'mouthfeel' and rumble of a petroleum car with some of the efficiency and emissions qualities of an electric.
mylodon, Jul 12 2019


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       Hang on. Are you driving the pistons as linear motors within the "cylinders"?
MaxwellBuchanan, Jul 14 2019
  

       Something about the title hinted to me that I would have no idea what this idea is about. At all...
blissmiss, Jul 14 2019
  

       I think what he's talking about is this. You can get linear electric motors, which slide rather than turning. You could therefore use them to drive pistons up and down, as a sort of petrol-less petrol engine. It wouldn't be very efficient, but it would give you a sort of growly electric vehicle.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jul 14 2019
  

       following a centrifugal diaper loading, a drive in a 2-stroke e-v6 is the best way to put a baby to sleep.
mylodon, Jul 14 2019
  

       Yes, but would it be able to reach the pedals?
MaxwellBuchanan, Jul 14 2019
  


 

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