DONFREDO: Brilliant and ingenious. What does it do ?
matt .r: great design and great application. Very impressed!
VideosWorthSpreading: I wonder if this would be more efficient than Angelo Dipietro's compressed air engine design.
DoNotPushHere: The integrated piston valve can be further developed... I had a similar design before watching this. Mine didn't work on vacuum (didn't intend to) but the trick was to drill on the piston: a side hole, and a bottom hole, communicating; and on the cylinder two side holes: one on apogee for exhaust, and of course one on the lowest point of the side hole of the piston. Thus, it works like a pop valve engine, but without any spring. Gotta make a video of that Anyway I love your work...it's very encouraging, since I don't have any lathe or table drill. Just a couple of simple tools
Eugene Syvyk: I think it would be great if you could scale it up, and put it on a bicycle. You would still need to pedal, but you'd have much more smooth acceleration, and much more smooth cadence on your legs.
Vatslav Orlov: Why aren't we funding this?
Steves Projects: this seems similar to a split cycle engine well done very clever !
mike peine: Compressed Air can power any converted fuel engine . A water/windmill can directly power a air compressor & store the FREE ENERGY without the need for batteries until needed . The world hasn't needed oil etc... as a fuel since 1799
Hans Zarkov: If you slapped a propeller on a larger version, stuck some wheels on it and got the contraption going 20+ mph with peddle power... adding wings might get you airborne.
ever grou: esto era lo q yo queria hacer en una ciudad hay tanta energia q se desperdicia dia dia en llos lugares publicos en las pistas y calles hay mucha energia q se pierdes y este es justo el modelo q yo pensaba para generar energia
joaquin holman: this looks so weird
HUCHEMS119: Cool design. Look like the steam engine from Cyclone Power Technologies.