What started out many years ago as a 12-page pamphlet is now a 374-page magnum opus on the calculations and theory of compressed air as an energy carrier. Includes the equations for various modes of air compression, air motors and engines. Special emphasis is on developing a real understanding of what compressed air theory actually says, so that we can realistically hope to work toward new ways to compress air, with easy-to-follow mathematical and theoretical proof. All math is simple algebra, and every step is explicit. This book is written especially for inventors who are not engineers, people who want to design and build air cars and are tired of being stopped by the many insurmountable textbooks that are available on the subject of compressed air. Qualified technical people have read Compressed Air Power Secrets over and over, convinced that this book is absolutely one-of-a-kind.
This book is too good to give away.
Documentation including detailed drawings in both pdf and dwg format. (1) Torquerack One, prototype for an air engine that puts out almost twice the torque it would put out if it used a crankshaft, by replacing the crankshaft with gears; (2) The Littlefoot Engine, a two-stage compressor converted into a two-stage air engine. Video is also available showing both engines in operation, including 40 minutes on Terry Miller's air car, engine, and air station.
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These videos are unique. (1) Torquerack engine, 11 minutes; (2) Two-stage compressor converted to air engine, 27 minutes; (3) Terry Miller's Spirit of Joplin air car, engine, air station, 35 minutes.
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Compressed air is solar energy, air engine theory, the most efficient air engines ever commercially built, air engine valves, vehicle power requirements, hybrid and closed-cycle pneumatic power plants, extending range, technical press.
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Bob Neal's means for putting low pressure air into a high pressure tank, patented in 1936, Interview with air car inventor George Heaton, check valves and waves, interview with Bob Neal's son, wave compounding by reflection in closed-end tubes, Neal patent file.
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The answer to James Clerk Maxwell's famous riddle about self-sustaining air engines and the 2nd Law of Thermodynamics, with the cloak of physics jargon removed by our discovery that the Bernoulli Effect qualifies as the solution to the eminent scientist Maxwell's profound riddle. What if pressure just stepped out of the way temporarily by changing into velocity, then came back when it was needed?
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