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Re: Retry N1001
« Reply #320 on: September 24, 2019, 07:35:04 am »
I think the fuel should remain the same. I think it is other factors that should be changed like for example theixture just before the injectors.

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Re: Retry N1001
« Reply #321 on: September 24, 2019, 11:20:12 am »
Im getting back to work on this code... we were discussing it last year about it around 25 august..

my idea with it was to create a kind of digital GMS ...  i bought a engine generator last year to play with it but lack of money and all things going bad made me left it at side while i worked to pay the generator..

today i have a new energy new health and so im gona make it now certainly!

My idea of the GMS is a system that will first control the generation of gas on demand

so first we need a pressure sensor that will govern allong with the accelerator pedal and rpm sensor if the rate of production of gas is adequate

for example if the pressure is droping it will increase the gate time to produce more gas...

the accelerator i designed as a rpm control, if you press the pedal it will do whatever it takes to increase the rpm like increasing the gas mixture and producing more gas etc if the pedal is bellow a certain rpm set it will cut the gas like in a normal engine...  engine generators wont have much of need as wont have engine on breaking like when you going down a hill with your car..

the gms is needed to know what hell is going in the generator directly on the oscilloscope... since if we start with a system that maintain fix rpm (digitaly ) when we change the gas parameters like exite the gas , the system will clearly show a decrease in injection time for example, if theory is correct!

i build two systems for initial tests... one frequency generator and the injector control...

still miss all other stuf...

 

 

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« Reply #322 on: April 08, 2020, 20:58:18 pm »
Hello

Im working this days of covid19 pandemic into a project for mechanical breathing units and a oxygen generator bases on a design i show recently last year here..

im going to share with you my 3d drawings and a link for anyone willing to donate. i used my new website for the files and donations..

I have designed recently some irrigation automation products to sell and this pandemic arrived right over my head and i only sold 2 units..

the website still in Portuguese but anyone can find how to donate with paypal.. sebosfato@gmail.com or at the website..

https://a360.co/2Xl1kTB
this link is for the fusion 360 file download of last version

and this exported versions...
www.gardentoy.com.br/Downloads/separador-oxigenio-v11.f3d
www.gardentoy.com.br/Downloads/separador-oxigenio-v11.stl

the idea is to use 10 of this modules in series with 22 amps each to get 1 liter of oxygen per minute at least..

about the forced ventilation im planing to use a small air compressor controlled by an arduino connected to a flow and pressure sensor to control the cycle while having a peep valve to limit the pressure going to the lungs and a unidirectional T to allow the expiration to go out thru a HEPA filter...

https://gardentoy.com.br/doesalvevidas/

my WhatsApp number +5511 982807111

Best Regards to you All and hope we make it!

Big hug from Brazil


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Re: Retry N1001
« Reply #323 on: April 09, 2020, 16:32:38 pm »
Good work, Fabio!
I hope you can help some people out with your contribution!

Steve

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Re: Retry N1001
« Reply #324 on: April 13, 2020, 14:18:19 pm »
Let's hope so Steve... is a time of trouble..