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 Horizontal Exhaust Valves (or booster shut-off)

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Djamitague

Djamitague

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MessageSujet: Horizontal Exhaust Valves (or booster shut-off)   Sam 21 Mar - 23:56

Does it exist an exhaust valve which slides horizontaly vs usual vertical valves? A sort of booster's shutter that'd affect surface vs timing.

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MessageSujet: Re: Horizontal Exhaust Valves (or booster shut-off)   Dim 22 Mar - 0:37

Djamitague a écrit:
Does it exist an exhaust valve which slides horizontaly vs usual vertical valves?
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MessageSujet: Re: Horizontal Exhaust Valves (or booster shut-off)   Dim 22 Mar - 10:20

Quel cheni (What a mess)! Great pics thanks a lot Frits. That means in power valve systems we always influence timing, just widening the surface won't be effective?
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MessageSujet: Re: Horizontal Exhaust Valves (or booster shut-off)   Dim 22 Mar - 12:13

Djamitague a écrit:
Quel cheni (What a mess)! Great pics thanks a lot Frits. That means in power valve systems we always influence timing, just widening the surface won't be effective?
Not really. The 'problem' with a two-stroke is caused by the exhaust resonance. At the optimum rpm it sucks spent gases out of the cylinder and fresh mixture out of the crankcase. Some of the fresh mixture is sucked all the way into the exhaust duct, but right after the transfer ports are closed, a reflected pressure pulse from the exhaust pipe pushes this fresh mixture back into the cylinder, and then the piston closes the exhaust port.
But at 2/3 of the optimum rpm the pressure pulse arrives back at the cylinder when the transfer ports are still open. Then the fresh mixture in the exhaust duct and in the cylinder is pushed back into the crankcase with a disastrous effect on engine power.
If you want to improve this situation, you must open the exhaust port later, so the exhaust pulse starts later and comes back later. Narrowing the exhaust port will not change its timing, so it will not do much good for the power band.
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MessageSujet: Re: Horizontal Exhaust Valves (or booster shut-off)   Dim 22 Mar - 12:18

Frits Overmars a écrit:

If you want to improve this situation, you must open the exhaust port later, so the exhaust pulse starts later and comes back later. Narrowing the exhaust port will not change its timing, so it will not do much good for the power band.

if only we could do that scratch
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MessageSujet: Re: Horizontal Exhaust Valves (or booster shut-off)   Dim 22 Mar - 12:37

JanBros a écrit:
if only we could do that scratch
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This does not mean that I am in favor of a pneumatic operation for the power valve. It is a cheap solution, but not a very good one. It is governed by the mean pressure in the exhaust pipe, which drops during gear shifting, and, even worse, it also drops when the engine power drops due to very high revs. And the last thing you want then is to reduce the exhaust timing.
Reduced exhaust timing at low revs may broaden the power band by weakening the wrongly-timed exhaust resonance, but the best solution (apart from a CVT) is a trombone pipe.


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MessageSujet: Re: Horizontal Exhaust Valves (or booster shut-off)   Dim 22 Mar - 12:59

The HPP system was so good that a few years later the RC valve made a triumphant return
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MessageSujet: Re: Horizontal Exhaust Valves (or booster shut-off)   Dim 22 Mar - 18:13

Frits Overmars a écrit:
Djamitague a écrit:
Quel cheni (What a mess)! Great pics thanks a lot Frits. That means in power valve systems we always influence timing, just widening the surface won't be effective?
Not really. The 'problem' with a two-stroke is caused by the exhaust resonance. At the optimum rpm it sucks spent gases out of the cylinder and fresh mixture out of the crankcase. Some of the fresh mixture is sucked all the way into the exhaust duct, but right after the transfer ports are closed, a reflected pressure pulse from the exhaust pipe pushes this fresh mixture back into the cylinder, and then the piston closes the exhaust port.
But at 2/3 of the optimum rpm the pressure pulse arrives back at the cylinder when the transfer ports are still open. Then the fresh mixture in the exhaust duct and in the cylinder is pushed back into the crankcase with a disastrous effect on engine power.
If you want to improve this situation, you must open the exhaust port later, so the exhaust pulse starts later and comes back later. Narrowing the exhaust port will not change its timing, so it will not do much good for the power band.

Ok so I guess pulse timing of the pipe does not vary so much regarding rpm. I thought its temperature would increase with rpm, thus wave speed in proportion(also depends on exhaust location and material...)
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MessageSujet: Re: Horizontal Exhaust Valves (or booster shut-off)   Dim 22 Mar - 22:13

Djamitague a écrit:
I guess pulse timing of the pipe does not vary so much regarding rpm. I thought its temperature would increase with rpm, thus wave speed in proportion(also depends on exhaust location and material...)
Generally speaking exhaust gas temperature increases with horsepower delivered, but not sufficiently so.
Hence the need for a variable ignition: later = hotter.
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MessageSujet: Re: Horizontal Exhaust Valves (or booster shut-off)   Lun 23 Mar - 5:52

Frits Overmars a écrit:

Reduced exhaust timing at low revs may broaden the power band by weakening the wrongly-timed exhaust resonance, but the best solution (apart from a CVT) is a trombone pipe.

A pair or four exhaust valves VVT in head migth be more reliable than trombone?
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MessageSujet: Re: Horizontal Exhaust Valves (or booster shut-off)   Lun 23 Mar - 6:47

Is TROMBONE a moving pipe? Like the one I had on my MBK 51 in 1987 Very Happy
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MessageSujet: Re: Horizontal Exhaust Valves (or booster shut-off)   Lun 23 Mar - 9:52

Niels Abildgaard a écrit:
A pair or four exhaust valves VVT in head migth be more reliable than trombone?
Fourstroke-type valves in a two-stroke engine get too hot and open too slowly. They are only good for low power and low revs. But then why would you want the complication?

Djamitague a écrit:
Is TROMBONE a moving pipe? Like the one I had on my MBK 51 in 1987 Very Happy
Yep: [Vous devez être inscrit et connecté pour voir ce lien]
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MessageSujet: Re: Horizontal Exhaust Valves (or booster shut-off)   Lun 23 Mar - 13:00

N'allez pas trop vite, j'ai du mal à traduire !

Quelqu'un pourrait-il me dire ce que veut dire "engine", ça m'aiderait.

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MessageSujet: Re: Horizontal Exhaust Valves (or booster shut-off)   Lun 23 Mar - 13:25

Frits Overmars a écrit:
Niels Abildgaard a écrit:
A pair or four exhaust valves VVT in head migth be more reliable than trombone?
Fourstroke-type valves in a two-stroke engine get too hot and open too slowly. They are only good for low power and low revs. But then why would you want the complication?

Djamitague a écrit:
Is TROMBONE a moving pipe? Like the one I had on my MBK 51 in 1987 Very Happy
Yep: [Vous devez être inscrit et connecté pour voir ce lien]
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Just dreaming of  better racing class criteria where two strokes were back and dominating.
The present racing two stroke was maybe its own worst enemy.
Plus 50 horsepower from something like 50 times 50 mm and an exhausts system so big  as the petrol tank has no real relation to people and chainsaws.
Total engine and exhaust volume and mass was maybe more meaningfull.
If exhaust is valved and therefore can be unsymetrical,the main job of exhaust system will be to get the used gas out.
I have dreamed a scheme where total engine volume and mass can maybe compete with the present form where mean effective pressure and piston speed is everything.

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MessageSujet: Re: Horizontal Exhaust Valves (or booster shut-off)   Lun 23 Mar - 14:53

In term of dream, Guy Nègre designed a F1 engine head fit with a rotary valve shaft, supposed to support higher engine rev. But in a two stroke...? That's more or less a power valve
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MessageSujet: Re: Horizontal Exhaust Valves (or booster shut-off)   Mar 24 Mar - 7:17

JanBros a écrit:
Frits Overmars a écrit:

If you want to improve this situation, you must open the exhaust port later, so the exhaust pulse starts later and comes back later. Narrowing the exhaust port will not change its timing, so it will not do much good for the power band.

if only we could do that scratch

been thinking about this, but I don't get it. how can the valve provide assymetric open/closing times compared to BDC ?
unless the valve is so responsive it goes up and down with every stroke
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MessageSujet: Re: Horizontal Exhaust Valves (or booster shut-off)   Mar 24 Mar - 9:57

I did not say anything about asymmetrical timing, Jan. I just said opening the exhaust port later would help, and we can easily accomplish that with a power valve.
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MessageSujet: Re: Horizontal Exhaust Valves (or booster shut-off)   Mar 24 Mar - 10:25

Djamitague a écrit:
Is TROMBONE a moving pipe? Like the one I had on my MBK 51 in 1987 Very Happy
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Hot stuff!
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MessageSujet: Re: Horizontal Exhaust Valves (or booster shut-off)   Mar 24 Mar - 22:12

Frits Overmars a écrit:
I did not say anything about asymmetrical timing, Jan.

you are right, don't know how come I read it that way scratch
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