Piston And Crank Tuning


See also  Joe Cell Toroidal Model

JC-Toroidal



I have prepared a spread sheet to show some resonance lengths for tunning both a Honda and a RAV pistons to become the source of an inertial dampening field for the cars.
Since major vibration is in operation on the two components, the piston and the crank, these are ideal sources of energy to up shift and then feedback to create a field bubble on the engines.
Note that while a 1x of the piston motion is a dead balanced energy, the 7 / 24 x , 13 / 24 x, and 19 / 24 x shorter wavelength components are very active.

Spreadsheet

The line marked Piston, where the violet lines intersect, should effect the power of the engine at all RPMs due to it sourcing energy from the linear motion of the pistons and up shifting the vibration to the body and engine block of the car.
The line marked Crank, where the violet lines intersect, should effect the power of the car during accelerations or slowing down of the RPMs of the engine.
The top set of fractals is based on 1/24 x of the entire motion of the parts.
The second set down is the earths gravity fractal ratio that is known to set up a self sustaining loop with the 1/24 x set.
The third data block down is the 90x fractal set also known to set up a much deeper set of orbital layering on the field bubble. It also works against the first data block at the top of the page and should include the G fractal ratios as well.

To see all the data blocks download the spreadsheet here:

Piston_Tuning.ods

A sample of a clip from the top of the spread sheet.

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Piston Spreadsheet 2

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Concept of Operation

Power assist from inertial manipulation using vibration relies on setting up a wavelength gradient from the crank shaft to the outer engine block and the cars frame. In Joe Cell work we have the cell create both vibrations. The inside tube of the cell goes to car frame and engine block, and outside or top lid tube goes to carburetor and then to the piston line and finally to the crank.

Rather then trying to inject a vibration into the carburetor, oil, and or water of the car, and then another one at shorter wavelength on the engine block and car frame which interact to lower inertia, in this method we access a powerful vibration that is already on the crank shaft and pistons. So in this method we do not have to mess with oil or water probes or hitting the crank with a voltage while it is running.

In order to get the specially cut elements to tap power from the crank and pistons, they have to be positioned correctly to receive the engines vibrations, so they can interact directly with them and then inject their shorter wavelength harmonics into the engine block via the cars frame. Distance tuning can be used to locate them accurately and get them to vibrate up. Parallel to the piston line is a plus for linear form elements. Wires or coils may also be tested, but the distance from the piston line may be a factor in tunning them, or getting them to vibrate up at resonance, and some part of them must be vertical, if the pistons are vertical.

We split the two motions [piston line and crank circle] into 24 equal parts of straight lines, and then we use the 7 / 24 x and the 13 / 24 x fractals to generate prime number fractal vibrations at shorter wavelength, to interact with the crank and piston motions via the engine block.

The resonant elements intercept the engine vibration, and then transmit back out, a phase differential of shorter wavelength harmonic, which is used  to reduce inertial response on the crank and pistons, to create a field bubble around the engine, and or the entire car. The output energy from the elements must be fed back to the engine block, or via the cars frame, so it can then interact with the longer wavelengths already on the inside of the engine that are in motion.

While we know the frequency in real time changes with engine RPM, the distance of the motions do not change, and as it turns out, using motional distance is a valid way to couple energy from the moving parts to components outside the engine if the alignment in space is observed. Either parallel to the piston motion, and / or in the plane of rotation of the crank shaft where the piston joins it. This concept was tested using SS calipers, with startling effects to engine power. If alignment is not observed, there is little if any coupling of the energy, using this distance approach to coupling vibration.


VCT Cell Application

Bernie suggested we attempt to set up these vibrations on a Joe Cell with water in it, to see if we could get a system that will work at all RPMs of the engine.

If the piston line is close to vertical as in the RAV, a Joe Cell setting on the floor may just be able to make this manipulation and achieve feedback of the vibration. It would likely only need one connection from center tube to the car frame to work, but it may have to be moved around to get it vibrating up from the engines vibration field. Since I had no trouble getting a set of calipers to vibrate up held against the center of the dash, the cell may have to be raised off the floor a bit. Only testing can verify.

For the cell to maintain the vibration as a self sustaining form, so it will always be ready to operate, even after the engine is shut off then restarted, it will have to have tubes on the cell set up for self sustaining ratio based on the charts above.
The second and third data blocks are these higher vibration length to be used on the inner tubes of the cell. The first data block will be used on the outer tubes, and already contains a 24 x shorter wavelength factor.
Now each time the engine starts the vibration will already be there on the engine block to reduce inertial drag for both constant piston RPM, and for acceleration of the crank, as it comes up to higher RPMs.

The cell will have to have two sets of self sustaining vibrations injected on it with SS calipers. if it is desired to have both kinds of inertial assisting aids.
I do not know if 4 tubes will be able to hold all 4 frequency pairs [ 8 wavelengths ] however I have injected multiple sets on cells and they did hold.

In general we want the shortest wavelengths setting on the inner tube of the water cell, as that one will connect to the cars frame for the feedback loop to complete, and the water should stay charged at all times with this set up.

Here is one example of an 8 wavelength set for the Honda at 91 mm stroke:


Inner tube 1 - wire clipped to car frame
Tube 2
Tube 3
Tube 4  or outer can - positioned to collect the engine vibration, and not allowed to touch the car frame metals.

Wavelength 1 set    -   injected using two SS calipers simultaneously   [for the 13x base fractal set  -  linear piston tuning]

1
2   14.86 mm
3
4   49.29 mm

Wavelength 2 set    -   injected   [for the 7x fractal manipulator - linear piston tuning]

1   8.00 mm
2
3   26.54 mm  
4

Wavelength 3 set    -   injection [for the 13x fractal set    -   crank polygon tuning]

1  
2  46.54 mm
3
4  154.41 mm

Wavelength 4 set   -   injection [for the 7x fractal set   -   crank polygon tunning]

1  25.06 mm
2
3  83.15 mm
4


Wavelength Injection

The 4 sets must be added one pair at a time, to be held in place correctly, because the pairs two wavelengths feed each other.
Recommend to test the first two pairs before adding the second two over them, to become aware if the addition of the second set on the same tubes effects the first set.

Two calipers must be used simultaneously in each case above to inject these wavelengths as a resonant pair, which will then self sustain on the cell, whether connected to the car or not, and whether the engine is running or not.

Note 1  In the car with running engine, one may wish to test each frequency independently to see if they are active and vibrating lengths in the vertical alignment of motion [piston alignment].
Note 2  Be sure not to hit the wrong tube during caliper injection. If you mistakenly impress a low vibration on an inner tube, the only way to get rid of it is to take the cell apart. The small caliper setting always goes to the inside of the longer one.
Note 3  The tubes in this document are numbered from the center tube outwards. Tube 1 is the inside tube and tube 4 is the outer tube.


Raising Tubes 1 and 3

[Forwards power tweaking]
Note that in testing with the calipers it was an advantage to be able to adjust the 7x frequencies to slide slightly out of even with the 13x frequencies. This is tubes 1 and 3, and can be raised very slightly to tweak the forwards power of the engine.
This can be achieved by lowering or raising the tubes that carry the 7 x wavelengths ever so slightly so they align together but slightly higher then the 13x tubes align at the top for forwards energy and slightly lower for braking energy.
This is a delicate adjustment but resulted in the car accelerating forwards on it's own, with gas held evenly, in the caliper testing.


To Summarize:

We set up a special case Joe Cell with two tubes raised and two lower by only a few mm.
We inject 4 pairs of wavelengths on the tubes [8 wavelengths total], using two calipers simultaneously on each pair.

The cell should self sustain, under these conditions, when the engine is shut off, if a gravity fractal or a 90x fractal is included between the two tubes pairs of frequencies.
The example above uses a gravity ratio fractal which is self sustaining. A 90x is not shown as of yet in the examples, but is present at the bottom of the spreadsheet for access.

If the cell is now located correctly to vibrate up from the engine by distance tuning in space, and parallel with the piston line, it will feedback inertial canceling effects, from it's center tube to the outer engine block via the car frame, at all RPMs of the engine.
Fine adjustment of the 7x tube pairs heights, will manipulate the forwards inertial torsion of the engine, and not simply cancel inertia but begin to favor forwards acceleration. [Tubes 1 and 3.]
If the cell is caliper programmed on the bench, with water in it, you may even be able to feel this adjustment for forwards torque, it will make you feel lighter and faster.

The 90x fractals can be experimented with next, and wavelengths will become much smaller for tubes 1 and 2, see the bottom of the spread sheet.
These caliper settings will become much shorter on the inner wavelength of each pair of wavelengths so better accuracy is necessary to get them vibrating up on the cars frame.

These additions to an engine should become stronger with greater RPM of the motor as now we are sourcing our vibration energy from the pistons and the crank directly.
 A motor with inertial resistance dropping as vibration increases should run very smoothly at very high RPMs of the engine.


Cell Water

Water mass could reflect the cubic centimeters of one piston volume.
For the Honda take the CC value of the engine, divide it by four, and see if you can get exactly that much water into the cell.
The resonance displacement in space will then match the cylinder displacement in space. This has never been tried before, so should be recorded if it is helpful.


Future

One should also explore the 90x table, and the perfect circle column, which is the third column over.

If these techniques prove to be workable and useful, a precisely cut cell can be built for a particular engine. Or a custom set of startup wires, can be made to touch on the tubes.
These can not be expected to work on any other engine with different stroke length.

Dave L

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