1, so that the cooler chamber of the pair receives vapor from a heated 8 chamber which is located around the circular frame. Frame I5 is composed generally of two circular end plates or spiders i1, and a plurality of expansion chambers it which are supported by and between the spiders near their peripheries. The gas pressure within the opposite connecting rod builds up sufllciently that it overcomes the force of spring 40 and opens the associated valve 34, to allow vapor to flow into the expansion chamber which is just entering the heated water. 6 in which the expansion chamber is formed within a metallic bellows which is attached at either end to rigid plates 58a and 56b. The head plate 56a is attached to frame l5 by means of pivot pins 25 in the manner already described.
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1. As the chamber approaches this position, cam ’45 and arm 43 engage to open valve 34. When the valve opens, the pressure in the expansion chamher is rapidly reduced since the vapor under pressure then escapes past valve 34 and through the passage means formed by the connecting rod, the associated tubing 48, and the diametrically opposed connecting rod. Each two diametrically opposed connecting rods are connected by a flexible tubing 43 so that a vapor passage extends entirely between each pair of diametrically opposed expansion chambers l6.
3. A vapor engine as in claim 1 in which the two chambers connected by said passage means are at diametrically. At one side of frame i5 is fastened sprocket 20 which rotates with the frame and drives pinion 2| by means of chain 2 2. Pinion 2| is mounted upon a shaft 23 which is connected to any suitable device to be driven by the vapor engine. Provision is made for this in the drawings by extending the walls of tank Ill over the frame l5 and providing an air inlet 49 and outlet 50 at opposite sides of the tank. But there is another force which also aids in causing rotation of frame l5 and that is the increase in buoyancy of each expansion chamber as it is heated and increases in volume. 2 and 4. Rotation of frame II in a clockwise direction, as viewed in Fig.
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Arm 43 projects through the slot with a loose fit and is movable radially along the slot. A stream of water is maintained through tank ill from inlet II to outlet I! 4. Means for moving valve 34 to the open position includes shaft 4| rotatably mounted in connecting rod 30 and provided with a crank attached by means of link 42 to the end of valve stem 35. Shaft 4| has a long arm 43 which, when valve 34 is closed, extends approximately perpendicular to the connecting rod to engage fixed cam 45 fastened to the side wall of tank I. as shown in Figs.
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These and other objects of my invention have been attained in a vapor engine constructed according to my invention by providing a rotatably mounted frame with a plurality of expansion chambers which are adapted, by rotation of the Y frame, to be alternately immersed in and withdrawn from a fluid medium which is a source of heat.
This motion of arm 43 rotates shaft 4
I vides a flxedpin or bearing similar to crank 24 at a location eccentric to the axis’of shaft l4 which is the axis of rotation of frame ll. As the frame rotates in a clockwise direction, as viewed in Fig. This motion of arm 43 rotates shaft 4| inn clockwise direction as viewed in Fig. Dolor muscular en cuello y hombros . The expansion chamber is cooled by the evaporation of the water on the outside of the expansion chamber as the chamber moves around from the left-hand side to the right-hand side of the frame as viewed in Fig. Four expansion chambers is considered to be probably the practical minimum number, but for a frame of given dimensions, the amount of power generated is approximately proportional to the number of expansion chambers.
VAPOR ENGINE DRIVEN BY EXPANSION AND common OF VAPOR Filed July 7, 1947 2 Sheets-Sheet 1 Zmnentor Mzw attorney July 4, 1950 Filed July 7, 1947 C. L. TUBBS VAPOR ENGINE DRIVEN BY EXPANSION AND CONTRACTION 0F VAPOR 2 Sheets-Sheet 2 Fg fig g. 33. The inside plate 32 has an opening, registering with an opening in member IBb, the rim of which provides a seat for poppet valve 34. The outside plate 3| has an opening which is a guide for valve stem 33 and other openings at 36 for the passage of vapor. The other end of valve stem 33 is held in a guide 31 which is also provided with other holes 33 for the passage of vapor.
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2 means for guiding and supporting the outer end of arm 43 in order to improve operation of the arm by engagement with cam 45. Dolor de espalda fiebre . For this purpose, I provide a slot 46 in a spoke of one spider ll. 1, causes the outer end of arm 43 to engage cam 43 and to be moved radially outward of connecting rod 30 as the arm moves over the cam. The present invention relates generally to vapor engines, and more especially to an engine of that character in which power is derived from the alternate expansion and contraction of a fluid medium which characteristically is a liquid that can be vaporized and condensed at relatively low temperatures. Jill/4 A IlIIlIlIIIIIlIII/IIIA ‘IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 3nnentor v MOZZW Gttor neg mama July 4, 1950 I VAPOR ENGINE DRIVEN BY EXPANSION AND CONTRACTION OF VAPOR Charles L. ‘lubbs, Los Angeles, Calif.
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It is not necessary that a temperature below the boiling point of the liquid be reached in the expansion chamber during the cooling cycle, since an adequate expansion and contraction of the chamber can be obtained by a change in vapor pressure without condensation. Extending between each expansion chamber and crank 24 is a connecting rod 33. This connecting rod is preferably hollowin order to provide a vapor passage from the expansion chamber, as will be further explained At its outer end, the connecting rod 33 is attached to the flexible member lib of the expansion chamber in the manner shown in Fig. This fluid medium will ordinarily be heated water. In accord with this principle it may be desirable to provide an expansion chamber which has substantially all of its wall area formed of a highly conductive material, such as metal.
2. A vapor engine as in claim 1 in which the passage means comprises a hollow section in each of two connecting rods attached one to each of the two expansion chambers and a flexible tubing interconnecting the two connecting rod sections. 26 passing through the frame and into suitable lugs on the rigid member of the expansion chamber. The expansibn chamber is connected to the spiders of frame I!