Last up dated 9 Jan 2012

This engine page was gone for some years. I found it again.

http://www.ljindustries.com/prototype.htm

http://www.ljindustries.com/more.htm

This is a half Radial Circular Engine , i think it is stupid , it is a reciprocating Flaps Circular engine ,go figure.

you can see there analisys of the normal Piston engine with the equation

** F = P. A . Sin (α+β)**

Sin (β)

the equation they give for circular engines is adaptable i think to all circular engines.

# F = P x A

As you can see they didn’t add the Radius of the (crank,disk) FLAPS their equation , it seems since the engine is small, they consider the attribute of Radius radios is equaling and taken into consideration when calculating the area of the flaps , so there Equation doesnt have any **R** in it.

while for any other Circular Radial Engine the equation would include the measurement of the Radios Radius in it , since it is after all the Radians of the disk holding the pistons is the length of the Torque arm . so the final Equation for any circular engine i think would be

# F=P x A x R

can you see how great the power is just by comparing the two equations?

F** = P.A. Sin (α+β)/ Sin (β)**

the part (**Sin (α+β)/ Sin (β)**) is actually is the changing Length of torque arm of the reciprocating Piston engine. and removing it with a steady length (R) makes the engine a HOLE LOT MORE FASTER and POWER FULL.