Sources & Credits:

7. VC Turbo
www.infiniti.ca/en/future-vehicles/vc-turbo-engine.html

6. Circle Cycle
www.circlecycleice.com/

5. Quasiturbine
quasiturbine.promci.qc.ca/
automobilrevue.net/v/MVdSWEh5RkQxajg

4. X3 Thruster
pepl.engin.umich.edu/project/x3-nested-channel-hall-thruster/
phys.org/news/2018-02-x3-ion-thruster-propel-mars.html

3. Skyactiv-X
www2.mazda.com/en/next-generation/technology/

2. Achates 2.7L
achatespower.com/news/achates-power-building-2-7l-opposed-piston-light-duty-engine-exceeding-cafe-2025-tier-3-targets-lower-cost/
achatespower.com/our-formula/opposed-piston/

1. Liquid Piston
liquidpiston.com/technology/how-it-works/

Music:
"Ambient Music" By MasterMusic

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Comments

    • Armani Faysal
      Armani Faysal

      Good job !!! Thanks

      about 2 days ago
    • Raymond Sherman
      Raymond Sherman

      I want no part of fixing the bottom end of that VC Turbo. Looks more complex than tuning all six Webber carbs on a Ferrari 3.0L Columbo.

      about 13 days ago
    • B aa
      B aa

      Number 6 is very interesting

      about 15 days ago
    • Sammy2k l
      Sammy2k l

      Imagine a pushrod iron block v8

      about 28 days ago
    • oh no bro
      oh no bro

      I think we should just stick with the regular cylinder engine

      about 29 days ago
    • Harley Me
      Harley Me

      ok.. put a piston that ratchets a crankshaft ??? omfg the noise would be insane at 100 rpm let alone 2000 where the whole thing rips itself apart trying to move the vehicle or the locking lug on the axle would just fail..


      remember kids... follow the kiss principle or end up with a 50 billion part thing with 40 million more parts that can fail.
      KISS = Keep It Simple Stupid for anyone who never heard of it.

      about 1 month ago
    • Solve Everything
      Solve Everything

      Needs more ion engines

      about 1 month ago
    • Replay Zone
      Replay Zone

      That last one would heat up and jam and detonate

      about 1 month ago
    • 787brx8
      787brx8

      My prototype reduces knock to the point where you can advance ignition timing to the optimum setting. This gives engines more time to extract energy from the combustion cycle.

      Higher compression engines would become the new standard.

      Even diesel engines see improvements while using my prototype.

      about 1 month ago
    • Harley Me
      Harley Me In reply to 787brx8

      yeah, to bad gasoline is shit for compresion . you actually need to compress the shit out of it to get any work out of gasoline...


      meanwhile people running hho... hydrogen/oxygen cells need 0 compression because h2 is explosive... not just flamable like gasoline

      about 1 month ago
    • Grav Inert
      Grav Inert

      I discovered last year that the Nikola Tesla pump is actually a rotary compression engine. The starter motor spins the rotor until the periphery is at mach 1.0 then transonic vapour clouds form after explosions. The speed of the flat disc rotor compresses the air along the spiral path and the vacuum it leaves behind cools the air to the point of phase change. The power stroke comes from the phase change from air to cloud which is 85 times more viscous. So it is like the opposite of a normal viscous coupling in the way it uses heat. The best bit is the fuel tank, hahahaha! There isn't one! All the information can be found in two British patents: https://teslauniverse.com/nikola-tesla/patents/british-patent-24001-improved-method-imparting-energy-or-deriving-energy-fluid-and-apparatus-use & https://www.dropbox.com/s/867hkcx0q49yt8m/GB186700696A.pdf?dl=0

      about 1 month ago
    • Grav Inert
      Grav Inert In reply to Grav Inert

      @Harley Me the Tesla engine has no seals, it forms vapour clouds at high rpm and you are right it doesn't have to do with speed, it is to do with vacuum. Just at supersonic it is guaranteed. You are also correct about the water and the engine is designed to take advantage of the viscosity. The engine works on the principles of adhesion and viscosity. Adding a Tesla turbine to the Tesla pump does exact that. Air to water.... gallons a minute!

      about 29 days ago
    • Harley Me
      Harley Me In reply to Grav Inert

      you know rotary engines are bad for seal failures right? I doubt a wankel can take much beyond 3.7g before the seals misaligned and it blew up.


      then again I study the fundamental laws and at 100 revolutions per minute no vapour clouds will form anywhere near that engine. why? what vapour.. you fill you engine with water? or perhaps you dont know oxygen is transperant at any speed?


      sounds pretty good when you dont know shit about how clouds of anything form, and it has to do with pressure, not speed.

      about 1 month ago
    • Geburtswehe
      Geburtswehe

      Wankelmotor

      about 1 month ago
    • Ego Planer
      Ego Planer

      what a fcking clicbite

      about 1 month ago
    • Harald G.
      Harald G.

      Harald G.
      vor 1 Sekunde
      There is an old German Constructor's Speech: "The real art of a good construction is to omit parts, and any part that doesn´t needed is a good part because it can not fail and it cost no money. One of the most popular proves for this simple message was the good old VW beetle. Poorly also many german designers forgot this truth meantime.

      about 1 month ago
    • Budds adventures
      Budds adventures

      Nice video

      about 1 month ago
    • Angel 555
      Angel 555

      X3

      about 1 month ago
    • jmowreader
      jmowreader

      The Achates sounds like a rehash of the Leyland L60 engine the British used in their trains (where it ran at a constant RPM, and worked well) and the Chieftain tank (where its only saving grace was you could swap the engine for the spare you brought with you in three hours).

      about 1 month ago
    • hdkdbdidnejdu37291j38r be8wj27dv2
      hdkdbdidnejdu37291j38r be8wj27dv2

      I have a concept of ACHATES 2.7L , I change it to boxter version.

      about 1 month ago
    • Andrew Stevens
      Andrew Stevens

      There are some cool engines here for sure. The quasiturbine engine will probably sound really cool with a larger displacement. I agree though that it does seem a bit overcomplicated

      about 1 month ago
    • Toby Blauwasser
      Toby Blauwasser

      the future is electric.

      about 1 month ago
    • NOBLE ROMAN
      NOBLE ROMAN

      Let me know when the auto companies start making 4cyl engines at 75 mpg as standard.

      about 1 month ago
    • N0.C1TY.D0N559
      N0.C1TY.D0N559 In reply to NOBLE ROMAN

      4cyls. Are boring and slow, life's to short to drive something slow

      about 1 month ago
    • steve xxx
      steve xxx

      2:13 A compressor running another compressor.... that's not an engine

      about 1 month ago
    • 1905934
      1905934

      What is strange is they all need fuel to burn.. stupid.. engines that need to burn fuel belong in a museum.

      about 1 month ago
    • Top Tube
      Top Tube

      Earth's flat space is fake

      about 1 month ago
    • Ale Bob
      Ale Bob

      Are you an engineer???? Probably not, so don't be judging whether these designs will function or not... You try to build a whole new type of engine!!

      about 1 month ago
    • Wladek Wloszcz
      Wladek Wloszcz

      way too much complexity and parts. no future.

      about 1 month ago
    • K B
      K B

      First engine is a trash. I know way simple method of combustion chamber regulation.

      about 1 month ago
    • Jasmijn ariel
      Jasmijn ariel

      I guess so far nothing will beat a mazda rotary engine by sound

      about 1 month ago
    • Jasmijn ariel
      Jasmijn ariel

      1:22 HOW!?!?!😮😮😮

      about 1 month ago
    • 狭い通路Şami
      狭い通路Şami

      Whats the crankshift mm

      about 1 month ago
    • Darko Dimitrijevic
      Darko Dimitrijevic

      In (almost) 2020....and we are using combustion engines.... where are magnetic, electric, electrostatic, fusion, inertia, ... engines? :( Because of some profit, someone is blocking our civilization to expand the other new technologies....are they really coursed?

      about 1 month ago