UDC 62-234

THE MODEL OF RECIPROCATING INTO ROTARY MOTION CONVERTER

Sukharevsky Vladimir Vladimirovich
Lanframe Ltd.,Moscow
Ph. D., chief researcher

Abstract
A model of the magnetic system proposed by the author reciprocating into rotary motion converter. The converter comprises a rotor and a rod reciprocates in parallel or a small deviation from the axis of rotor. On the rotor and the rod are mounted two rod magnets and the magnets of the rotor, respectively. One polarity poles of the rotor magnet or the magnet rod facing the rod, or the rotor, respectively, are arranged along a closed line having a rotation axis direction of the rotor, at least one maximum and one minimum. The opposing poles of said rotor magnet or rod magnet, the magnet pole rod or magnet pole rotor, respectively, the size along the axis of the rotor does not exceed the distance from the minimum to the maximum of said closed line along the rotor axis and has the opposite polarity. The converter is contactless, with the output torque vector parallel to the rotor axis and generates an output torque in one direction only. Numerical experiment enables to determine the weight and size converter for use in an internal combustion engine.

Keywords: internal combustion engine, magnet, reciprocating into a rotary motion converter


Category: 05.00.00 Technical sciences

Article reference:
The model of reciprocating into rotary motion converter // Modern scientific researches and innovations. 2014. № 7 [Electronic journal]. URL: http://web.snauka.ru/en/issues/2014/07/36455

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