My design work was with UFLOW1D - yes, I use the unfolded model as Graham suggested long ago. I start out with smoothly distributed low internal pressure and let her run forward from there. I also break up the engine into its main section (the "mortar") and its front end section (the "flask") as I've described in earlier topics, but that's mainly to check that I can really achieve tight resonance between the main pipe and the front end.hagent wrote:Hi Larry,
I was wondering if you still draw your Lady Anne in Nudis by having the intake infront of the CC, or have you found a better method?
EDIT: I have now attached UFLOW1D graphics in my usual style - never before published for this Rev07 engine.
Go for it! Keep us posted when you get going through it.Of course I always have a concentric intake on my mind, so at some pointe could I have your permisson to try and build the lady Anne with a concentric intake?
I think it would be very interesting. I wouldn't be able to start building it for a month or two.
That's great! One of the few foreign places in the world I've ever wanted to see.I'm off to Japan this Sunday for a few weeks!
Thanks, Hagen - gee, that's nice to know. But, some might not fully agree ;-)Take care Larry. You're always an inspiration to us all.