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New stepless throttless VTEC
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posted 05-26-2003 04:13 AM ET (US)
At www.pattakon.com a new Continuously Variable Valve Actuation system is presented, with working prototype photos, plots and animations (even stereoscopic ones).
Any engine, racing or normal, can be improved as the torque can be about constant from very low revs to the top allowable revs of the engine, but this is not important.
The benefits on fuel economy and on lower pollution are obvious to the skilled in the art.
Hybrid cars seems for the moment a solution just because present heat engines are not working effectively in real life, just in lab. The new system can change existing and future engines in order to operate as if they were always in their best revs and load.
In just five minutes the animations and the plots in the site can change the way engineers are thinking about the present internal combustion engines.
Waiting for your remarks and objections.
posted 05-31-2003 07:33 PM ET (US)
I've got a good friend who works in the General Motors powertrain section of the Tech Center, in Warren, Michigan, and will pass on the website to him.
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