Yury Zhuravlev, Andrey Perminov, Yury Lukyanov, Sergey Tikhonov, Alexander Ilyin, Sergey Semyonov


The article discusses a rotory-vane heat engine with a lever-cam mechanism motion conversion (an engine may be an internal combustion or external combustion). The output shaft of the engine adds drive torque from the working fluid pressure forces acting on the blade and the inertial moment of the forces of inertia of engine components. The mechanical strength of the motor is dependent on the magnitude and phase of these two torque. The purpose of the article is to determine the conditions under which mechanical strength is minimized.


rotary-vane engine; lever-cam motion converter; external supply of heat

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RF Patent 2374526 for an invention. Int. Cl. F16H25/04. Mechanism for converting motion / Lukyanov Y.N., Zhuravlev Y.N., Perminov A.L., Tikhonov S.I. et al. Publ. 27.11.2009. Bull. Number 33.

RF Patent 2387844 for an invention. Int. Cl. F01G1/077, F02G1/044. Rotary-vane engine with an external supply of heat / Lukyanov Y.N., Zhuravlev Y.N., Perminov A.L., Tikhonov S.I. et al. Publ. 27.04.2010. Bull. Number 12.

Zhuravlev Y.N., Lukyanov Y.N., Perminov A.L. Mathematical models of physical processes in the swing-piston engine with external heat supply. Collective monograph. Pskov state university. Pskov, 2012.

Andreev M., Zhuravlev Y., Lukyanov Y., Perminov A. Autonomous Power Station Based on Rotary-Vane Engine with an External Supply of Heat. Environment. Technology. Resources. Proceedings of the 9th International Scientific and Practical Conference. Volume 2. 2013.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.17770/etr2017vol3.2511


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