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How some simple mechanisms work

How some simple mechanisms work

Radial engines are used in aircrafts (today most aircrafts use turbine engines)

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Guest: Dixie Normous (3106 days ago)
@London1 No 2 is a 5-cylinder RADIAL engine. Wankel engines have no pistons.
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@London1 No 2 is a 5-cylinder RADIAL engine. Wankel engines have no pistons.
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Guest: Sue Pinner-Basquet (3105 days ago)
I feel somewhat aroused by Number 2 !!!!!???
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I feel somewhat aroused by Number 2 !!!!!???
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Guest: (3105 days ago)
Nr 4 is utterly inaccurate. Not once does it bend the F'cking needle or chew up the thread...
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Nr 4 is utterly inaccurate. Not once does it bend the F'cking needle or chew up the thread...
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Guest: (3106 days ago)
does number 3 draw a circle and what would it be used for??
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does number 3 draw a circle and what would it be used for??
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Guest: (3105 days ago)
If it were to be used by a designer who has yet to discover the myriad of better ways to create a motion, it might be used to wrap shrink-film over moving boxes on a conveyor belt for example. However.. this motion is hard to "drive" and is rarely used.
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If it were to be used by a designer who has yet to discover the myriad of better ways to create a motion, it might be used to wrap shrink-film over moving boxes on a conveyor belt for example. However.. this motion is hard to "drive" and is rarely used.
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Guest: Munger (2889 days ago)
It's used in steam locomotives
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It's used in steam locomotives
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Guest: Bemum (3106 days ago)
Number 3 provides an elliptical motion.
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Number 3 provides an elliptical motion.
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Guest: London1 (3106 days ago)
No.2 is a Wankel rotary engine.
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No.2 is a Wankel rotary engine.
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Guest: (3105 days ago)
Ignorance begets confidence more frequently than does knowledge - Charles Darwin.
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Ignorance begets confidence more frequently than does knowledge - Charles Darwin.
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Guest: (3105 days ago)
You Tosser. Dixie's right, and you've made yourself look like an ignorant - yet loud mouthed - fool.
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You Tosser. Dixie's right, and you've made yourself look like an ignorant - yet loud mouthed - fool.
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Guest: (2573 days ago)
Latest comment: there all crap
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Latest comment: there all crap
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Guest: alan (3106 days ago)
they`re moving too fast for my slow eyes and brain to fully see and grasp whats happening lol...but still, i love little mechanism and their smug efficiency!
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they`re moving too fast for my slow eyes and brain to fully see and grasp whats happening lol...but still, i love little mechanism and their smug efficiency!
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Guest: (3105 days ago)
@ BoreMe.. Never heard of an "Escapement" mechanism? That's how second hands are moved you numpties. The Maltese Cross is traditionally a 4-stop system. The real term is "Geneva Drive" Wikipedia it and you'll see where this animation was taken from. Don't F*ck with engineers... we'll bore you to death. ;o)
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@ BoreMe.. Never heard of an "Escapement" mechanism? That's how second hands are moved you numpties. The Maltese Cross is traditionally a 4-stop system. The real term is "Geneva Drive" Wikipedia it and you'll see where this animation was taken from. Don't F*ck with engineers... we'll bore you to death. ;o)
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Knobette Knobette (3106 days ago)
#2 is a groovy dancing man
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#2 is a groovy dancing man
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