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Technical Specifications
of THE DOT General Model BASIL / OTTO


Type of Universal Platform:
Seoul Type (Time Independent Differentiation)

Number of Strokes of Extended Kinematic Cycle:

6 Asymmetrical Strokes:

1) Intake
of Pure Air-Fuel-Mixture or Mixed with Exhaust Gas, if Necessary
2) Compression
up to Any Desired Compression Ratio
3) Combustion
IsoChoric, Almost Exactly or Exactly, if Necessary
4) Expansion
with Volume, Continuously, up to Triple of Intake Volume
5) Exhaust
down to Zero Volume, if Necessary
6) MetaStathmeusis
with Cooling and/or Cleaning Procedure, if Necessary


Topologic Characteristics:

Non Interlaced Deployment
Forces Strictly Coplanar
Compact Configuration


Kinematic Characteristics:

Any Required Progressiveness
Piston Velocity Fluctuation Ratio Less Than 0.5
(Vmax-Vmin) / Vmin < 0.5
Toothing Pressure Angle Fluctuation Less Than 10 Degrees

Number of Moving Parts in Total:
7

Nominal Intake Volume Variation:
1,800 c.c.
Nominal Expansion Volume Variation:
7,200 c.c.
After Exhaust Remaining Volume:
Exactly 0 c.c.


Capability of Settings after Construction / before Operation:

Intake Volume:
900 c.c. to 28,800 c.c.
Expansion Volume:
300 c.c. to 86,400 c.c.
After Exhaust Remaining Volume:
0 c.c. to 3,600 c.c.
Intake Volume / Compression Volume Ratio:
1/6 to 108
Expansion Volume / Intake Volume Ratio:
1/3 to 72


Capability of Settings during Operation:

Intake Volume / Compression Volume Ratio:
6 to 36
Expansion Volume / Intake Volume Ratio:
1 to 24

Module of Gearing of Standard Gears:
6 mm/Tooth
Module of Equivalent Gearing of OdontoKnodaces:
6 mm/Tooth
Width of Gearing:
120 mm
Type of Bearings:
Heavy Duty Roller Bearing


External Dimensions of Engine:

Diameter:
720 mm
Height or Width, depending on layout of Engine:
540 mm




Technical Specifications
of Working Prototypes BASIL / OTTO


Type of Universal Platform:
Seoul Type / Sydney Variation

Fuel Types (Exclusive Settings before Operation):
Gasoline / Gasohol / E-85 / Ethanol / Natural Gas


"300" (SMALL) :

Power:
30 kW (Gasoline)

Nominal Intake Volume Variation:
180 c.c.
Nominal Expansion Volume Variation:
300 c.c.

External Diameter:
300 mm
External Width:
150 mm

Dry Weight:
12 kg


MEDIUM :

Power:
150 kW (Gasoline)

Nominal Intake Volume Variation:
1,200 c.c.
Nominal Expansion Volume Variation:
1,800 c.c.

External Diameter:
480 mm
External Width:
300 mm

Dry Weight:
72 kg



Technical Specifications
of Working Prototypes BASIL (VORUS1) / DIESEL


Type of Universal Platform:
Third Type / Beijing Variation (Strictly Hermetic)

Fuel Types (Exclusive Settings before Operation):
Diesel / Bio-Diesel / Kerosene


"300 x 300 A" (SMALL) (FIRETRACE) :

Power:
42 kW (Diesel)

Nominal Intake Volume Variation:
180 c.c.
Nominal Expansion Volume Variation:
300 c.c.

External Diameter:
360 mm
External Width:
240 mm

Dry Weight:
15 kg


MEDIUM :

Target Power:
120 kW

Nominal Intake Volume Variation:
1,200 c.c.
Nominal Expansion Volume Variation:
1,800 c.c.

External Diameter:
480 mm
External Width:
360 mm

Dry Weight:
75 kg



"300 x 300 L" (FIRETRACE) :

COMING SOON


"300 x 300 S" (FIRETRACE) :

COMING SOON


"300 x 300 MILIT" (FIRETRACE) :

COMING SOON


MEDIUM (FIRETRACE) :

COMING SOON



Technical Specifications
of Working Prototypes BASIL (VORUS2) / STIRLING


Type of Universal Platform:
Third Type / Athens Variation (Strictly Hermetic)

"SMINUS" :


Nominal Shaft Speed:
250 RPM or 300 RPM

External Diameter:
540 mm
External Width:
300 mm



"SPLUS" (FIRETRACE) :

COMING SOON


Technical Specifications
of Working Prototype SSSSSS


Type of Universal Platform:
Sixth Type / Beijing Variation

Nominal Shaft Speed:
---- RPM or ---- RPM

External Diameter:
--- mm
External Width:
--- mm



1 the Sealing of the working Chamber of VORUS, proudly declared as Strictly Hermetic Sealing, in comparison with the one of the classic Engine with Reciprocating Pistons, has a higher quality during all Strokes, it is temperature independent and it has a much larger operational life, having a very simple and of low cost maintenance

2 the configuration of VORUS has also been suggested for the Stirling Engine on purpose of constructing an Engine practically maintenance free for decades


(the sophisticated configuration of VORUS is the result of the last eight years of continuous Research and Development, mainly in order to achieve the strict specifications required by the Diesel Cycle)