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Hope you enjoyed the new video. There are many many more TNT related videos for you to see whether in the playlists or the new videos that come out twice a week. Schedule (New Zealand Time): Saturday: TNT Cannon Wednesday: Everything Else (How To Factions, TNT Powered Redstone, Top 5/10, etc.)
Automobile Transportation playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL_hX5wLdhf_Ko5IvhQnWzOIJg_yfo2gGR more at http://auto-parts.quickfound.net/ "Shows marvelous precision tools & machines in Chevrolet plants used in making that automobiles. Further shows ingenious design of Chevrolet." Reupload of a previously uploaded film with improved video & sound. Public domain film from the Library of Congress Prelinger Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and one-pass brightness-contrast-color correction & mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Four-stroke_engine A four-stroke engine (also known as four-cycle) is an internal combustion engine in which the piston completes four separate strokes—intake, compression, power, and exhaust—during two separate revolutions of the engine's crankshaft, and one single thermodynamic cycle. There are two common types of four-stroke engines. They are closely related to each other, but have major differences in design and behavior. The earliest of these to be developed is the Otto cycle engine developed in 1876 by Nikolaus August Otto in Cologne, Germany, after the operation principle described by Alphonse Beau de Rochas in 1861. This engine is most often referred to as a petrol engine or gasoline engine, after the fuel that powers it. The second type of four-stroke engine is the Diesel engine developed in 1893 by Rudolph Diesel, also of Germany. Diesel created his engine to improve efficiency compared with the Otto engine. There are several major differences between the Otto cycle engine and the four-stroke diesel engine. The diesel engine is made in both a two-stroke and a four-stroke version. Otto's company, Deutz AG, now primarily produces diesel engines. The Otto cycle is named after the 1876 engine of Nikolaus A. Otto, who built a successful four-stroke engine based on the work of Jean Joseph Etienne Lenoir. It was the third engine type that Otto developed. It used a sliding flame gateway for ignition of its fuel — a mixture of illuminating gas and air. After 1884, Otto also developed the magneto to create an electrical spark for ignition, which had been unreliable on the Lenoir engine. Today, the internal combustion engine (ICE) is used in motorcycles, automobiles, boats, trucks, aircraft, ships, heavy duty machinery, and in its original intended use as stationary power both for kinetic and electrical power generation. Diesel engines are found in virtually all heavy duty applications such as trucks, ships, locomotives, power generation, and stationary power. Many of these diesel engines are two-stroke with power ratings up to 105,000 hp (78,000 kW). The four strokes refer to intake, compression, combustion (power) and exhaust strokes that occur during two crankshaft rotations per power cycle. (Risqué slang among some automotive enthusiasts names these respectively the "suck," "squeeze," "bang" and "blow" strokes.) The cycle begins at Top Dead Centre (TDC), when the piston is farthest away from the axis of the crankshaft. A stroke refers to the full travel of the piston from Top Dead Centre (TDC) to Bottom Dead Centre (BDC). (See Dead centre.) 1. INTAKE stroke: on the intake or induction stroke of the piston, the piston descends from the top of the cylinder to the bottom of the cylinder, increasing the volume of the cylinder. A mixture of fuel and air, or just air in a diesel engine, is forced by atmospheric (or greater) pressure into the cylinder through the intake port. The intake valve(s) then closes. The volume of air/fuel mixture that is drawn into the cylinder, relative to the maximum volume of the cylinder, is called the volumetric efficiency of the engine. 2. COMPRESSION stroke: with both intake and exhaust valves closed, the piston returns to the top of the cylinder compressing the air or fuel-air mixture into the combustion chamber of the cylinder head. During the compression stroke the temperature of the air or fuel-air mixture rises by several hundred degrees. 3. POWER stroke: this is the start of the second revolution of the cycle. While the piston is close to Top Dead Centre, the compressed air--fuel mixture in a gasoline engine is ignited, usually by a spark plug, or fuel is injected into a diesel engine, which ignites due to the heat generated in the air during the compression stroke. The resulting pressure from the combustion of the compressed fuel-air mixture forces the piston back down toward bottom dead centre. 4. EXHAUST stroke: during the exhaust stroke, the piston once again returns to top dead centre while the exhaust valve is open. This action expels the spent fuel-air mixture through the exhaust valve(s)...
Eisenhower formed a covert security group that does not answer to anyone; a group that hand picks assets from the NSC DoD CIA FBI & foreign intelligence agencies. Reagan, under NSDD-3, codified the group collectively as the Special Situation Group; which includes the so-called Terrorism Task Force & 3 branches of the Operations Sub-Group (OSG). These groups are licensed to kill & promised full immunity should their tasks result in death. Bush Sr. has been instrumental in these groups since nearly their inception; which included the assassination of then President JFK Bush Sr. profited personally from the Contra Cocaine Train in the sum of 3.8 Billion dollars Money he used to have his son elected President, (including bribery monies to the software company that counted the votes). They are solely responsible for the crack epidemic in Los Angeles.
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USAF Training Film playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8F26D920AA815835 more at http://scitech.quickfound.net/aviation_news_and_search.html "Army Air Forces training film. On the line maintenance, depot maintenance, and flight operation of the turbosupercharger, using a B-17 for demonstration. Explains basic principles of the induction, exhaust, cooling, control, and lubrication systems. Shows how the pilot operates the controls. General O.P. Echols speaks on the value of high altitude flying and Dr. Sanford A. Moss poses with the Collier Trophy (1941). Includes still pictures of experiments on Pike's Peak." US Army Air Forces Training Film AF-123 Reupload of a previously uploaded film with improved video & sound. Public domain film from the US National Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and one-pass brightness-contrast-color correction & mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turbocharger A turbocharger, or turbo (colloquialism), from the Greek "τύρβη" (mixing/spinning) is a forced induction device used to allow more power to be produced for an engine of a given size. It is formally known as a turbosupercharger, as it is a type of supercharger whose power is driven from an exhaust gas turbine The key difference between a turbocharger and a conventional supercharger is that the latter is mechanically driven from the engine often from a belt connected to the crankshaft. The benefit of a turbo is that it compresses a greater mass of intake air into the combustion chamber(s), thereby resulting in increased power and/or efficiency... History Forced induction dates from the late 19th century, when Gottlieb Daimler patented the technique of using a gear-driven pump to force air into an internal combustion engine in 1885. The turbocharger was invented by Swiss engineer Alfred Büchi, who received a patent in 1905 for using a compressor driven by exhaust gasses to force air into a piston engine. During the First World War French engineer Auguste Rateau fitted turbochargers to Renault engines powering various French fighters with some success. In 1918, General Electric engineer Sanford Alexander Moss attached a turbo to a V12 Liberty aircraft engine. The engine was tested at Pikes Peak in Colorado at 14,000 feet (4,300 m) to demonstrate that it could eliminate the power loss usually experienced in internal combustion engines as a result of reduced air pressure and density at high altitude. General Electric called the system turbosupercharging... Turbochargers were first used in production aircraft engines such as the Napier Lioness in the 1920s, although they were less common than engine-driven centrifugal superchargers. Ships and locomotives equipped with turbocharged Diesel engines began appearing in the 1920s. Turbochargers were also used in aviation, most widely used by the United States, which led the world in the technology due to General Electric's early start. During World War II, notable examples of US aircraft with turbochargers include the B-17 Flying Fortress, B-24 Liberator, P-38 Lightning and P-47 Thunderbolt. The technology was also used in experimental fittings by a number of other manufacturers, notably a variety of Focke-Wulf Fw 190 models, but the need for advanced high-temperature metals in the turbine kept them out of widespread use. Turbocharging versus supercharging In contrast to turbochargers, superchargers are not powered by exhaust gases but driven by the engine mechanically. Belts, chains, shafts, and gears are common methods of powering a supercharger. A supercharger places a mechanical load on the engine to drive. For example, on the single-stage single-speed supercharged Rolls-Royce Merlin engine, the supercharger uses up about 150 horsepower (110 kW). Yet the benefits outweigh the costs: For that 150 hp (110 kW), the engine generates an additional 400 horsepower, a net gain of 250 hp (190 kW). This is where the principal disadvantage of a supercharger becomes apparent: the internal hardware of the engine must withstand the net power output of the engine plus the 150 horsepower to drive the supercharger. In comparison, a turbocharger does not place a direct mechanical load on the engine. It is more efficient because it uses kinetic energy of the exhaust gas to drive the compressor. In contrast to supercharging, the principal disadvantages of turbocharging are back-pressure, heat soak of the intake air and the inefficiencies of the turbine versus direct-drive. A combination of an exhaust-driven turbocharger and an engine-driven supercharger can mitigate the weaknesses of the other. This technique is called twincharging...
The Imperial actually had the Wheaties to spin the rollers. I'm fairly impressed with this old yacht. It made more power than I expected. This was done to get baseline numbers for the stock 440 prior to installing a small cam and heads. Stock was 225 hp @ 4400 rpm and 345 ft-lb @ 3200 rpm. This pull came in at 192 hp and 255 ft-lb. Not bad for an old low compression smog era motor. I'd like to thank the guys at Speedtek for letting me dirty their dyno with my old dinosaur. We knew it'd come in pretty low but I didn't expect to hear that it was not the lowest power big block they'd run That title went to a 454 making 165 hp.
Joe Rogan's insane taekwondo kicks w/ Eddie Bravo. These clips were taken from various episodes of "Mastering the System" by Eddie Bravo.
Watch as Paul, Sam, Mark, and new Team #Tourquest member KC Lim play through the rain in Memphis for the FedEx St Jude Classic qualifier.