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  1. #1

    الصورة الرمزية Colin Chapman

    رقم العضوية : 24371

    تاريخ التسجيل : 07Nov2008

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  2. #2

    الصورة الرمزية Colin Chapman

    رقم العضوية : 24371

    تاريخ التسجيل : 07Nov2008

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    النوع : ذكر

    الاقامة : القاهرة

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    دراجة بخارية: لا يوجد

    الحالة : Colin Chapman غير متواجد حالياً


  3. #3

    الصورة الرمزية Colin Chapman

    رقم العضوية : 24371

    تاريخ التسجيل : 07Nov2008

    المشاركات : 6,251

    النوع : ذكر

    الاقامة : القاهرة

    السيارة: لايوجد

    السيارة[2]: لايوجد

    دراجة بخارية: لا يوجد

    الحالة : Colin Chapman غير متواجد حالياً

    افتراضي -

    Tom Ogle ~ Vapor Fuel System

    obviates the need for a conventional carburetor, fuel pump and gasoline tank
    Tom Ogle's Vapor Fuel System

    aka Oglemobile
    In 1977, Tom Ogle demonstrated a 351 ci. Ford getting over 100 miles per gallon. He used a multiple vapor system that had a 3 gallon tank.
    He received patent number 4,177,779 Dec. 11, 1979, which described "A fuel economy system for an internal combustion engine which, when installed in a motor vehicle, obviates the need for a conventional carburetor, fuel pump and gasoline tank. The system operates by using the engine vacuum to draw fuel vapors from a vapor tank through a vapor conduit to a vapor equalizer which is positioned directly over the intake manifold of the engine."
    In 1981, Ogle died at the young age of 26. The technology has never been developed.

    The Truth about the System

    Is it really possible to get 100 miles per gallon? Absolutely; it just depends on what case you're evaluating. Did Tom Ogle achieve this on a 351 cubic inch Ford? How can it be proved, other than by skeptical claims that do not have concrete explanations?
    Considering we live on earth, the basic laws of physics are all we need to analyze and prove (or disprove) such a claim. These laws are essentially models of what occurs on our planet. For example, Force = Mass * Acceleration. This equation can be used to model how much force is required to accelerate a given mass. So, what are the laws concerning Ogle's scenario? Force = Mass * Acceleration is one of them - we're trying to accelerate a car to a certain speed for a certain time. Over the course of that time, friction is one of the resistive forces that impedes motion of the car. Gravity also impedes motion of the car. Without resistive forces, one could simply get the car up to a desired speed and it would continue at that speed until a resistive force acted on it. But as we all know, that doesn't happen on earth because there are numerous resistive forces. So we know there has to be a maximum mile per gallon amount that is achievable, since these resistive forces exist.
    Is 100 miles per gallon a plausible claim for a heavy Ford? To determine this, we need to know a few things: what kind of resistive forces is the vehicle trying to overcome while making its trip (the trip in which we are measuring its gas mileage), what kind of energy must the car exert to overcome these resistive forces, and how much gasoline is required to create that energy?
    For the first two parts of our analysis, the resistive forces the vehicle must overcome and the energy the car must exert should not be altered from any other vehicle. In other words, for our model to make sense in real world driving, the forces that resist Ogle's Ford and the energy that the Ford must exert to drive in regular road conditions are exactly the same for a Ford that does not have the Ogle system attached to it.
    Now, the energy part of the analysis is where Ogle made his supposed achievement. The energy equation is quite simple. Energy is composed of 3 parts (in simplified physics - that is, no nuclear power): Kinetic Energy, Potential Energy, and Internal Energy. Kinetic Energy is energy that results from a moving mass. Kinetic and potential energy are unimportant in this analysis and can be assumed to be zero. Internal energy is what is important in our analysis because it describes the amount of energy that a chemical reaction can produce (in our case, the reaction of burning gasoline). Gasoline has a specific amount of internal energy that is released when it is burned. There is a maximum achievable energy. For Olge's system to work, it must get more energy out of the gasoline than a normal car does. His system must come closer to the maximum achievable energy that exists in a specific amount of gasoline. The problem is that the maximum amount of energy in gasoline is not much higher than what an average car already achieves. Simply put, there is not enough 'extra' energy in the gasoline to be gained by burning it more completely, and there isn't enough unburned gasoline that goes through a car's engine to create a significant amount of extra energy. All modern car systems already have exhaust gas recirculation systems that recycle most of the exhaust fumes that still have small amounts of gasoline in them, and this is mainly for emissions reasons. Little gas mileage gains are seen in a properly maintained vehicle.
    To sum it up, Ogle did not design a device that made a Ford get excellent gas mileage while keeping the driving conditions the same. He would have either had to find ways to reduce the resistive forces (such as lowering the weight of the car) or he simply had an alternate fuel source hidden on his vehicle. Gasoline only has so much energy to give. Our cars already capture almost all of it. There aren't any significant gains to be made, regardless of how 'optimized' the system is. Significant losses don't occur from improper burning of gasoline, but rather from the resistive forces that exist in an engine and throughout a vehicle


    "With his fingers on the butterfly jet (one of the steps required for accelerating the 4,600 point test car), Tom Ogle watches the performance of the 351 cubic inch engine. The black box (lower left) is the replacement for the carburetor



    200 mpg
    200 ميل فى الجالون الواحد
    جالون يساوى 5 لتر بنزين والميل يساوى 1.6 كم لكن على موتور 351 cubic inch
    شوف بقى لو اى عربية يبقى هتشم البنزين شم





    رابط الشرح
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  4. #4

    الصورة الرمزية Colin Chapman

    رقم العضوية : 24371

    تاريخ التسجيل : 07Nov2008

    المشاركات : 6,251

    النوع : ذكر

    الاقامة : القاهرة

    السيارة: لايوجد

    السيارة[2]: لايوجد

    دراجة بخارية: لا يوجد

    الحالة : Colin Chapman غير متواجد حالياً

    افتراضي -

    US Patent # 4,177,779
    Fuel Economy System for an Internal Combustion Engine

    Tom Ogle (December 11, 1979)
    Abstract ~
    A fuel economy system for an internal combustion engine which, when installed in a motor vehicle, obviates the need for a conventional carburetor, fuel pump and gasoline tank. The system operates by using the engine vacuum to draw fuel vapors from a vapor tank through a vapor conduit to a vapor equalizer which is positioned directly over the intake manifold of the engine. The vapor tank is constructed of heavy duty steel or the like to withstand the large vacuum pressure and includes an air inlet valve coupled for control to the accelerator pedal. The vapor equalizer ensures distribution of the correct mixture of air and vapor to the cylinders of the engine for combustion, and also includes its own air inlet valve coupled for control to the accelerator pedal. The system utilizes vapor-retarding filters in the vapor conduit, vapor tank and vapor equalizer to deliver the correct vapor/air mixture for proper operation. The vapor tank and fuel contained therein are heated by running the engine coolant through a conduit within the tank. Due to the extremely lean fuel mixtures used by the present invention, gas mileage in excess of one hundred miles per gallon may be achieved.
    Inventors: Ogle; Thomas H. W. W. P. (9028 Mt. Delano, El Paso, TX 79924)
    Current U.S. Class: 123/522; 261/DIG83 ~ Intern'l Class: F02M 031/00
    Field of Search: 123/133,34 A,122 E,134,136 48/180 R 261/144,145














    University, holder of a doctorate in mechanical engineering with a background in gas dynamics and aerospace study. He is shown with Ogle and another amazed scientist





    Thousands of free energy patents & designs spread recently on the net. I have seen at least 4 of them that really work. I have seen in more that 4 third world countries people who run cars on water..just water. Sadly 3rd world governments lazy or corrupt, do not patron talents. But when you try to spread the word, people simply lazy to tap on it. Yes, Oil tycoons still fight free energy makers. So the only way out is that each person builds one unit for himself and maybe a few for his relatives...until one day it becomes so widely spread that Oil assassins cannot kill all people.

    This was invented by Tom Ogle in the 80s. He sold the patent and became rich...but when he made another enhancement on it and wanted to publish the new patent, they finished him...lost his life because of it. I have seen several people doing it and works great with far less emisions. Saves 500% of fuel and you can totally turn off the injectors. or even sell them. but sadly you need to remove it if you sell the car because car test authority is mandated to prevent it, claiming it is dangerous. Although it was made perfectly safe after adding the spark arrestor.


  5. #5

    الصورة الرمزية Colin Chapman

    رقم العضوية : 24371

    تاريخ التسجيل : 07Nov2008

    المشاركات : 6,251

    النوع : ذكر

    الاقامة : القاهرة

    السيارة: لايوجد

    السيارة[2]: لايوجد

    دراجة بخارية: لا يوجد

    الحالة : Colin Chapman غير متواجد حالياً

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  6. #6

    الصورة الرمزية Colin Chapman

    رقم العضوية : 24371

    تاريخ التسجيل : 07Nov2008

    المشاركات : 6,251

    النوع : ذكر

    الاقامة : القاهرة

    السيارة: لايوجد

    السيارة[2]: لايوجد

    دراجة بخارية: لا يوجد

    الحالة : Colin Chapman غير متواجد حالياً


  7. #7

    الصورة الرمزية Colin Chapman

    رقم العضوية : 24371

    تاريخ التسجيل : 07Nov2008

    المشاركات : 6,251

    النوع : ذكر

    الاقامة : القاهرة

    السيارة: لايوجد

    السيارة[2]: لايوجد

    دراجة بخارية: لا يوجد

    الحالة : Colin Chapman غير متواجد حالياً


  8. #8

    الصورة الرمزية Colin Chapman

    رقم العضوية : 24371

    تاريخ التسجيل : 07Nov2008

    المشاركات : 6,251

    النوع : ذكر

    الاقامة : القاهرة

    السيارة: لايوجد

    السيارة[2]: لايوجد

    دراجة بخارية: لا يوجد

    الحالة : Colin Chapman غير متواجد حالياً


  9. #9

    الصورة الرمزية Colin Chapman

    رقم العضوية : 24371

    تاريخ التسجيل : 07Nov2008

    المشاركات : 6,251

    النوع : ذكر

    الاقامة : القاهرة

    السيارة: لايوجد

    السيارة[2]: لايوجد

    دراجة بخارية: لا يوجد

    الحالة : Colin Chapman غير متواجد حالياً

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