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DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF A ELECTRONIC CONTROL STEAM ENGINE USING MICROCONTROLLER
and DC motor in the circuit. • To study the circuitry and different types of components & 89c51 microcontroller. relay .INTRODUCTION TITLE OF THE SYNOPSIS:“Conceptual designs development & demonstrations of AN ELECTRONIC CONTROL STEAM ENGINE USING MICROCONTROLLER” OBJECTIVES:• To Design a circuit of an electronic control steam engine. opto-coupler. . • Develop new ideas to implement this circuit purposely.
I need an RPM controlling rheostat and a rheostat also for a sensitivity/delay control so the valve isn't moving too much for every little change. Advantages: variation of the parameters during operation aimed at achieving the minimum wear of the components and optimise performance. I already have safety featured built into the mechanical design. The circuit needs to be 12 volt. at least one steam inlet valve (20) in said cylinder (2) and at least a release valve (21) of the steam from said cylinder(2). Description: steam engine with electromagnetic inlet and release valves equipped with electronic control through unit interlocked to any regulation system. including at least a cylinder (2) equipped with piston (3). A steam engine (1) is described.10% is good. This speed control will operate a 4 amp 12 volt linear actuator which will operate the steam valve adjusting steam volume into the cylinder. A magnet can be placed on the flywheel and a magnetic pickup sensor can be used unless you have a better way. RPM of the engine will be around 150 + or .It is a speed control for a 25hp steam engine. Said inlet (20) and release (21) valves are equipped with electromagnetic control .
. The characteristics of this invention will be pointed out by the following detailed description of one form of construction. shown in the enclosed drawing as example only and not limitedly to.This invention consists of a steam engine with inlet and release valves equipped with electromagnetic control. figure 2 shows a longitudinal section of a steam engine with closed release valves and inlet valve. said scope is attained by a steam engine consisting of at least a cylinder equipped with piston. in which: figure 1 shows a longitudinal section of a steam engine with closed release valves and open inlet valve. with downward piston. The scope of this invention is to conceive a steam engine equipped with valves. According to the invention. at least one steam inlet valve in said cylinder and at least a release valve of the steam from said cylinder. such to confer longer durability to the engine thanks to the lower wear of the components and optimise performance at various operating conditions. with piston near the lower dead point of the cylinder. figure 3 shows a longitudinal section of a steam engine with open release valves and closed inlet valve. characterised by the fact that said inlet and release valves are equipped with electromagnetic control by means of an electronic circuit. with piston near the upper dead point of the cylinder.
including in turn a shaft 4 and a hammering end 6 in nonmagnetic steel. . a power generation system with linear generator Figures 1-3 show an example of steam engine 1 including an inlet chamber 9. a cylinder 2 and a sliding piston 3 inside said cylinder 2. figure 7 shows schematically.figure 4 shows the diagram of the section of the engine shaft. figure 6 shows the valves’ control electronic circuit. figure 5 shows a lateral view of the engine shaft.