greenDIYscience: I know it has been a while but do people still want part two? I have been
extremely busy with school.
Keyshav Mor: hey i want part 2 ! whats your name dude! big fan ! i wanted to why use
those heavy belts and treadmill motor when u can use something lighter yet
powerful. also i didnt get the fucntion of the air gun. can u help me with
it . do u have calculations related to the power u generated? can i get ur
email id ? big fan !
Canadian Prepper: Very cool!
joe crigger: part 2,3 4, ect.lol
Reggie Lewis: part 2??????
Keyshav Mor: also can the air gun be subsititued with something else
Tanya Chapman: you need to conect the exaust to a round loop with a heating elemint
powered off your genirator
eriktorres: nice setup!
CrazyGrayArea: This is the first video I came upon while researching how I can take one of
my outbuildings off of the grid. This shows exactly how simply it can be
done. Especially if you have access to cheap coal like I do.
Well done sir!
Mike Garfield: Very cool!
longboy1998: Could you show it running
Kuhlmann Canada: wow! amazing.
I was looking for a portable wood fired steam engine to drive a 12vdc
generator and came upon your video.
Jamie Sanders: I really like your consept, the cam lobe is genious, that is an issue I had
with the ones that use a rod on the piston, a rod banging into a check ball
every rotation is bound to cause wear (think longevity) and a lot
of research needs to go into the shape of the cam lobe, to fat or to tall
and you will be using more steam than required. lots of testing and tuning
is needed to get it perfect. good job. I would shorten the clear hose so
the steam doesnt have time to turn back to watter, (I'm sure you will do
that when you go to copper pipe) a way to oil the piston rings and crank
would help with longevity as well.
furulevi: nice wide camera view, what make and model is it?
MumboAus: Love it. Inspiring.
Khwartz: Very Cleaver! :bd
Paul J. Wilson: Brilliant. Love your cam arrangement.
Ray Franklin: Is there any way to get the plans to make this?
Electrotechnics: On 2-cycle engines every stroke is a combustion stroke. The 2 part of
2-cycle does not mean how many strokes it takes per power stroke, it means
how many cycles (or states) the engine goes through per power stroke. Go
check out a animation of how a two-cycle engine works
goodcat1982: brilliant video mate! given me some idea! much appreciated from the UK!
tmills572: Really great ideas with the cam on the valve. I think you are overthinking
it tho. Since the two stroke motor has an exhaust that's all the pressure
relief it should need. Once it gets rolling it should overcome the pressure
on the upstroke and come down that much faster. Also that hose isn't going
to last long if u are pumping steam through it. Just my two cents. Try it
your way let us know what u figure out. I don't mean to knock your
intelligence with what I've said what you've done here s
Air Marksman: Please update this project. thanks
ImDaveCrazy: This is amazing!! I have been looking into this and i would love to know
which is more efficient and easy to build... A steam engine (what you have)
or a pressurised turbine system. Obviously it will be the turbine but by
how much and how easy is it to make a turbine? I made a candle out of pork
and beef fat recently with a natural string wick, it works a treat!! ;p
Keep it up mate.
zzBrinkzz 101: That is a sweet*
goodcat1982: where's part 2?
jb0433628: Exactly what I am trying to make right now in my garage ! I was thinking
about electric valve, but I will go for the cheapest solution. With a
simple electric circuit I would be able to set how much steam is injected
at each cycle.
TimeEnergy Money: A large stirling engine to not push a car but stationary to turn a dc
generator, above a fire pit when camping, enough to power 3000 watts,
fridge or AC unit? I have a 200W scooter motor bigger with chain sprocket,
looking 2 use that for something. basically wood stove or fire pit heating
water boiler steam turbine electric generator. whats the best way 2 buy or
build that, home use or solar Stirling engine generator (4 heat) within
mirror dish, solar panels around it (light energy)?
greenDIYscience: yes i have. I tried that first that's were i got the check valve from this
video :). I found that after some time it would come to a complete stop and
you need higher pressure for it to work.
Steven Cook: are you going to use this for off grid energy? You can use this to charge a
battery that would power your home. No electric bill :)
dougrasmussen49: Smart thinking ;how about changing. The steam. Gen. To an oil less air
compressor. To take a step out.
000mrman105: how will u oil it?
tim mcneil: pretty darn smart!
greenDIYscience: No i have just been lazy! i will get the camera out and record it working
just have not found time to but i will soon!
greenDIYscience: 10 more days tell you see it running
nnadine Burebista: When you start it up? Next Tuesday?
zzBrinkzz 101: FTHAT IS A SWET THANG BRO I WAS HOPING U COULD CHECK OUT MY VID ABOUT AN
ELECTRIC MOTOR I MADE I AM GOING TO MAKE MORE COMPLEX THINGS
ISFRProInc: so what your telling me is this wont work?
nvmyutube: 3.55 is a turnbuckle not bad
Vomit TidalWave: AWESOME!! have you considered a checkvalve in the sparkplug port
controlling the air with a rod in the cylinder?
jb0433628: I am not sure however if the plastic tube can resist overheated steam at
high pressure. For the generator to be efficient, the pressure has to be
Mad Hakr: hey! you are ON TO SOMETHING. please,PLEASE finnish and post your power
outputs! i am getting parts together myself, and yours is one of the
cleanest versions i have seen. i want to see how much power you get from
that treadmill motor!! KEEP IT UP DUDE!!! between solar, wind, and steam,
we may be able to start a revolution of people to begin living
independantly of big business. pretty please, with sugar on top.... finish.
greenDIYscience: The plastic is just for testing it with air. If it was steam I would need
copper pipe or somthing that would not melt.
Estabanwatersaz: No more updates?
C Jeff Oakes: Awesome idea. I am going to feature this in my next Survive and Thrive book
tuvoca: Pretty cool work! I like your ingenuity for the timer you built onto the
shaft to open and close the valve. You can spring load a pulley on that
belt to keep it tense so you don't have to constantly adjust the belt for
wear or as it heats, etc. You can get that out of an old washer or dryer.
Adding a rectifier to you brushless DC motor keeps electricity running in
only one direction (like an electrical check-valve). Good for you! Keep
DAn Brock: I thought about this last night Paint the boiler a dark color then add a
"solar powered death ray(video by kipkay)" And when feeding the water to
the boiler use a Tesla water turbine,and instead of letting the steam just
go make it push a small wind turbine. Basically try to suck out as much
electrical energy as you possibly can from this.
49TruckFord: Thanks for posting this. I appreciate your efforts.
greenDIYscience: i could not think of the name while i was recording haha but thank you
greenDIYscience: I cant answer the effecient question but I can tell you that this is real
easy to make. I do not know much about pressurised turbines but I will look
into it. I like the candle idea that sounds very interesting.
greenDIYscience: @nvmyutube Thanks!
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