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Old 01-14-2009, 06:14 PM
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Massive Yet Tiny (MYT) Engine Going to Production.

Massive Yet Tiny (MYT) Engine Going to Production

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Last night I was fortunate to be able to be the first to interview Raphial RG Morgado, famous inventor of the Massive Yet Tiny (or MYT) Engine, after nearly two years of silence.

The big news that we were able to break on that show was that they are now ready to go into production, being up and running as soon as possibly six to twelve months from now. Because the engine has so few moving parts and its design is so simple, it wouldn't take nearly as long to get into production as typical engines.

We're talking an engine that is so compact it could replace an SUV's engine with something nearly as small and light as the alternator, but would have more power, all while making the mileage comparable to a Prius.

Totally stunning stuff.
I thought this might be interesting to point out. It's an innovative engine idea that has a big power to size ratio and at the same time can burn almost any fuel or gasses. The good part of this news is that he's going to sell the engines standalone and retrofit them on current cars instead of building new cars around it. This means it can be out pretty fast.

The bad part is that the military wants to have an exclusive deal on it until they are all fit out before it hits public hands.
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Old 01-14-2009, 10:00 PM
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Good news

Certainly the patent owner will protect himself as well as take money from the military with his motor...

This engine looks like something that will evolve into a new generation of prime movers
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Old 01-14-2009, 10:07 PM
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The bad part is that the military wants to have an exclusive deal on it until they are all fit out before it hits public hands.
Yes, but you left out the following;
", but Morgado wants the technology to also be available to the public. "

I think it is more usefull to appreciate what is so far a good thing, rather than confine possibility. I am aware of the stories of big business trying to get its way, but let us not limit possibility. Despite the media's attempts in engineering public consensus reality, I believe the momentum of the people choosing possibility is growing, and can not be stopped.
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Old 01-17-2009, 06:38 PM
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This is the best news I've had in a while. Thanks for bringing this here Broli. I've waited long to hear of some news on the MYT. I figured it went the way of most, but it turns out the inventor made a point not to let this happen. Once mass produced this engine could change the course of the world.
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Old 01-17-2009, 07:27 PM
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ok so how do i get my hands on one? i've seen the videos of it running it sounds like a foghorn....... still amazing!
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Old 01-17-2009, 07:37 PM
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I wonder though. Since he says it's only made of 15 parts. Won't it be cheaper if you went to a CNC shop and gave them the plans to make you one, instead of waiting for his mass production line. It shouldn't be expensive at all considering a regular car version can be a bit bigger than soda can.
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Old 01-17-2009, 08:55 PM
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Good question. Perhaps like most pattents there will be some key elements removed...
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Old 01-18-2009, 12:13 AM
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There's serious probs with making a unit with so much torque so tiny("alternator size"): I suspect it would be nearly impossible to do so reliably.

Even if the parts were of titanium, they would break quickly if so small and thin; yet delivering a couple hundred horses (lol can you imagine a 1/2" ~ 1 cm diameter crank shaft output attaching to a full-size tranny & drive train? ).

The reality of it must be significantly larger i suspect. Even the drag of an airplane propeller could break it otherwise. Hehehe, the motor mounts would have to be heavier than the engine just to keep it from breaking loose and spinning.

Lol but even if it must be the 18-wheeler size and weight (13") but with smaller displacement, we wont mind at all
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Old 01-18-2009, 01:55 AM
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MYT had a forum about 2 years ago. Yes things were breaking and over heating. Then the forum was shut down. If they thought "out side the box" the over heating problem could be solvable. But if I recall right he did not want too make it any bigger too keep it from breaking.
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Old 01-18-2009, 03:13 AM
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I've been aware of this engine ever since it first became public, after winning the Invention contest. And I've always thought the small cam gears were a weak point. This might be overcome if they were, say, four times longer. And there might be an alternative approach, using counter acting prawls.

I wonder if it would be possible for an individual to obtain a lisence to build and use their own unit?
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Old 01-18-2009, 07:32 AM
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Is Raphial incompetent? Is his engine just a fluke? What was his reply when you offered to assist him with his poor design? Were you guys the real winners of that competition? I guess I shouldn't be surprised. Nothing personal... I'm just blown away at the lack of respect shown for what this guy is bringing to the world. yada yada yada
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Old 01-18-2009, 05:46 PM
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I entered my Inertial Brake - usable downhill on ice and snow - in the same contest the MYT engine won. When I saw which invention had won first place, I had no problems with the decission. This engine is exactly what I need to power my own system. IF it ever comes out. If it doesn't, I may build my own version. If I'm considering putting my life in the hands of this technology, so to speak, it shouldn't be considered presumptuous of me to analyze it for weak points.

Another candidate for powering my Inertia Prime Mover is the Tesla Turbine, which Tesla considered to be his greatest invention. Unfortunately, Tesla found that the blades stretch, over a period of time. This dificulty might be overcome, allowing widespread usage, by applying T.H. Moray's special metalurgical system. But I suppose that's also presumptuous of me, to think that I could 'help' the greatest inventor of all?
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Old 01-18-2009, 11:48 PM
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I'm glad we agree that this engine is exactly what we need. I also agree that especially safety concerns must be addressed, and I'm sure they will be before it is readily available.
You are light years ahead of me as I am only just discovering electronics and have only been studying energy for a few years.

The Tesla turbine is very interesting, and I wonder how long before standard materials would loose shape. Perhaps the inside of the turbine housing can have an abrasive surface so that as the disks elongated they were also reshaped, and you could have an inline filter to catch debris if you were so inclined.
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He could of had that out in 2000, think of it with hydroxy and the GEET .
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Old 01-19-2009, 09:06 AM
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hmm i have access to a cnc mill and some very powerful software i'm gonna see what i can come up with.
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Old 01-19-2009, 09:55 AM
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A lawn mower engine has two-to-one ratio gears running the cam. About the right size, too.
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