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  • Interessant draadje!!!

    Kwam toevallig dit draadje tegen. Wel in 't spaans dus snap er helaas geen hol van ;-)

    http://www.forocoches.com/foro/showt...=945752&page=1
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  • #2
    Ha, die CWATR;

    Leuk draadje over unieke motorconcepten. Plaatjes van die Chrysler met gasturbine zijn helemaal geweldig; prachtig hoe zelfs het interieur dat turbineconcept over lijkt te nemen.
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    • #3
      Gaaf idd.

      Die Honda NR750 is ook cool zeg! 8 kleppen per cilinder!

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      • #4
        Interessant verhaal over die Chrysler Turbine:
        http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chrysler_Turbine_Car
        http://www.turbinecar.com/history.htm
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        • #5
          Probleempje met gasturbines is dat ze niet stationair draaien. Daarom heeft een M1 Abrams tank (met gasturbine) een aparte dieselgenerator om de systemen van elektriciteit te voorzien als de tank langere tijd stilstaat.

          Gasturbine wel cool, maar niet handig voor als je verwacht veel in de file te staan dus.
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          • #6
            Van Wikipedia ook: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gas_turbine

            The first use of a gas turbine in an armoured fighting vehicle was in 1954 when a unit, PU2979, specifically developed for tanks by C A Parsons & Co., was installed and trialled in a British Conqueror tank [8]. Since then, gas turbine engines have been used as auxiliary power units (APUs) in some tanks and as main powerplants in Soviet/Russian T-80s and U.S. M1 Abrams tanks, among others. They are lighter and smaller than diesels at the same sustained power output but the models installed to date are less fuel efficient than the equivalent diesel, especially at idle, requiring more fuel to achieve the same combat range. Different models of M1 have addressed this problem with battery packs or secondary generators to power the tank's systems while stationary, saving fuel by reducing the need to idle the main turbine. T-80s can mount three large external fuel drums to extend their range. Russia has stopped production of the T-80 in favour of the diesel-powered T-90 (based on the T-72), while Ukraine has developed the diesel-powered T-80UD and T-84 with nearly the power of the gas-turbine tank.

            A turbine is theoretically more reliable and easier to maintain than a piston engine, since it has a simpler construction with fewer moving parts but in practice turbine parts experience a higher wear rate due to their higher working speeds. The turbine blades are highly sensitive to dust and fine sand, so that in desert operations air filters have to be fitted and changed several times daily. An improperly fitted filter, or a bullet or shell fragment that punctures the filter can damage the engine. Piston engines also need well-maintained filters, but they are more resilient if the filter does fail.

            Like most modern diesel engines used in tanks, gas turbines are usually multi-fuel engines.
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            • #7
              *linkdumpt*

              http://8w.forix.com/altpower-turbines.html
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