Saturday, August 5, 2017

Direct Injection Motorcycle 08 05 2017

Direct Injection Motorcycle 08 05 2017

I always heard the saying loud pipes save lives which is in favor of loud traditional motorcycles.  The Police used to ticket people who drove cars that had an exhaust leak and were very loud, they likely still do.

My outboard motor is a Direct Injection 25 horsepower and it is very fast.  It is also very quiet!!!  It weighs about 160 pounds.  I have to wonder how fast it would be in a motorcycle?

But one of the reasons I like it is because it is quiet.  I for the life of me don't understand how riding a motorcycle would be any different.  To get off of one of those things after it being that loud all day?  You have to have a certain degree of deafness.  Now tell me this, HOW IS OPERATING A MOTORCYCLE WITH A CERTAIN DEGREE OF DEAFNESS GOOD FOR YOUR LONGEVITY?  It doesn't make sense does it.  If you need the cars to hear you then you are not operating it defensively as you should.

The real reason you like it loud is because you like to cause trouble?  I have to wonder how many motorcycle riders were known to be that type of trouble in their lives?

Also ever go out to the country and someone has put a glass pack loud muffler system on their truck?  To me that is terrorizing the neighborhood.

Is a direct oil injection motorcycle even made?  It would be less polluting and more energy efficient.

You would have to compare motorcycle accidents on loud bikes versus motorcycle accidents on more quiet bikes.  I'll bet you a buck the quiet ones have fewer accidents.

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What if every small town in the United States had to have a breakfast house were everyone had to try a hand at working at at some point in their lives?  I think that would bring back what America is supposed to be.  This would have to occur is a post alcohol world though. 

Is a German American really even a German?  Are they really an American?

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So does anyone make a direct injection motorcycle?

https://www.google.com/search?q=direct+injection+motorcycle&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8

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How many car accidents do loud motorcycles cause?
How many shop accidents as the person working on the machine tool is distracted by the noise of one?
How many kids in school are distracted from learning when they hear one going through their neighborhood?  Do you want to know something?  There is nothing the mentally deficient like better than a distraction in a learning environment!

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Main point?  How can you get off of a loud motorcycle after a day of riding and not have a pounding headache from the noise of it? Irritable when someone asks you something because you can't hear?

©  2017 Thomas Murphy

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Generator and Alternator Technology 08 02 2017

Generator and Alternator Technology  08 02 2017

How much more efficient could a Generator or Alternator be if it was designed to reduce friction from air inside of the Gen/Alt?  That would mean smooth surfaces.  But it could also mean CREATING A VACUUM inside of the Gen/alt!  You would have no air friction what soever or heat from that if you created a vacuum inside of it.


© 2017 Thomas Murphy

Sunday, July 9, 2017

Inventions Needed: Lawn Mower Improvements 07 09 2017

Inventions Needed: Lawn Mower Improvements 07 09 2017

A lawnmower should also have a secondary blower that propels the cut grass from out and under of the "Umbrellla" chamber of the mower.  This would allow the mower to maintain blade sharpness.  This would allow the motor to stay clean on the underside more readily.

So how would you engineer it?

It could be an offshoot gear off of the main drive.  But in any case you want to engineer that blower so that it doesn't require much force from the main power in order to be able to turn it.  Perhaps the it diverts no more than 5% away from the main blade.

Have they thought of this already?

It is needed for electric models in order to make them work better in the manner described above.

You really can't channel cut grass like it is in a C pump.  Could you create a second c type pump above the main cutting blade?  A c pump chamber above the main blade with an impeller inside to accomplish this?  Yes.  But would that take too much power away?  It would have to be engineered not to.  But I believe it could be made to provide enough assist to accomplish the above stated goals needing improvement.

© 2017 Thomas Murphy
Originally published at: WWW.inventionsneeded.blogspot.com

As always collect the money for the designs of American minds as if you thought of them yourself and have the products made in China.  You don't fool anyone.  What a bunch of rats you are.

Inventions Needed: Improved Handgun Design: internal collared ballast on the front of barrel 07 09 2017

Inventions Needed: Improved Handgun Design: internal collared ballast on the front of barrel 07 09 2017

The problem with handguns today is that the semiautomatics have a tilt barrel.  The barrel tilts upon firing.  There are fixed semi-autos available but they are usually heavier and prone to problems.

If you took a fixed barrel blowback gun and added a collared ballast to the front of the barrel....
essentially a slice of a cylinder with a hole in it... and mounted that to the front of the barrel...so that the gun is configured so that upon firing as the barrel is forced backward... pressure is created in that hollow cylinder behind the ballast that would serve as your recoil reducer, weight reducer and mechanism that ejects and cocks a new round.

Alternatively the collared ballast could be mounted at the rear of the barrel and ride in the "tube" of the slide.  So that the slide comes backward and pressure is created in the cylinder.

Either the collared ballast could have an o ring on it or metal spring rings.  The back of the slide would have a top vent port or more than one.  The decreased blowback allowing for more muzzle velocity and therefore a straighter shot.  The fixed in relative position of the barrel leading to straighter shots.

The gun would not need to weigh as much because weight would not be integral to the slide function in this type of blowback.

As always any defects to the gun design would have to be thought out before final production so that it wouldn't be something to be pulled off the shelves, recalled or have no interest in.

Today weight to slide is an integral part of how the mechanism works.  There is no reason why you can't have a barrel in a cylinder type arrangement as described above.  Gas systems have long been proven with the AR-15 and the AK-47.

There could indeed be more than one collared ballast mounted to the barrel either permanently or using a multi key approach.  Also barrel could be of different diameters so that the collared ballast or ballasts screw onto it at different places.  There being no gap between them on the length of the barrel because the collared ballasts could be flanged with a smaller diameter on one or both ends serving as a spacer.  There could even be one where it is screwed on and then a spring loaded key holds it into that position on the barrel.

Mounted to the front of the barrel you might have a stretching force of the barrel come into play?  That could be lessened with more than one collared ballast.  Some of which would be narrower.  Actually what I am describing could also be engineered to have an integral silencer in the barrel effect, via the gaps between the collared ballast.

It would seem to me that a manufacturer ought to be able to get the tolerances and mechanism of any gun right with regard to the range of powder charges commonly found in ammunition sold for them.  But that doesn't hold true into today's manufacturing market.  It would seem to me that you create the parameters you need to satisfy to make something and a capable and qualified engineer designer can solve every single one of them in one product with as few moving parts as possible.  But again that isn't the standard of the world we live in today.

© 2017 Thomas Murphy
Originally published on 07 09 2017 at: www.inventionsneeded.blogspot.com

Sunday, April 2, 2017

Automotive Technology needed: An oil filter with a magnet around the outer circumfrence of it 04 02 2017

Automotive Technology needed: An oil filter with a magnet around the outer circumfrence of it 04 02 2017


This would allow the filter to be more efficient by trapping very fine particles!

© 2017 Thomas Murphy

originally published on 04 02 2017 at:

https://www.blogger.com/blogger.g?blogID=7427740867321380678#editor/target=post;postID=3412660272434415721

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Auto Design Element Needed a Shelf for the Keys under the Ignition Switch 03 21 2017

Auto Design Element Needed a Shelf for the Keys under the Ignition Switch 03 21 2017

They need a shelf under the ignition switch to support the weight of the other keys on the keyring.  This would serve two purposes.

1.  Prevent the Ingition car key from breaking over time due to repeated metal fatigue from weight stress.
2.  Prevent the Ignition switch from needing to be replaced because it would not become as much warn over time.

Isn't it really simple?  How come they haven't figured that out in  over 100 years?  Because it is an Alcohol/retard economy.

© 2017 Thomas Murphy

Friday, March 17, 2017

Department of Defense Invention needed Fan Cooled Standard Issue Kevlar Helmet 03 17 2017

Department of Defense Invention needed Fan Cooled Standard Issue Kevlar Helmet 03 17 2017

Why on God's Green Earth have they not done this already?  A simple fan mounted to the exterior of the helmet, probably 1" x1"x 1/2"  with tubes going down under the edge of the helmet and distributing air from the top down inside the helmet?

With soldiers fighting in the heat of the Middle East why didn't they think of this?  Perhaps they did but I am not aware of it?

Ever hear the phrase "Cooler heads will prevail?"

Men think in those terms.  Women think in terms of how much money can I save or take in my braw strap. 

© 2017 Thomas Murphy

Originally published on 03 17 2017 at: www.inventionsneeded.blogspot.com

Thursday, February 16, 2017

Invention Needed: A method to create a front gun sight for an AR-15 02 16 2016

Invention Needed: A method to create a front gun sight for an AR-15 02 16 2016

By taking a partial cross section of a spent .22LR cartridge shell, drilling a hole in it and placing it on the current sight post with pressure down fitting.  Thereby creating a front peep site.  A dab of kevlar epoxy on top to further hold it in place.

Alternative the top of the front site post can be down diameter-ed and or threaded and a nut placed on top to hold the peep in place.

Only to be made in case of a national emergency concerning homeland security???

© 2017 Thomas Murphy

Invention Process Needed: A method of coating a gun barrel 02 16 2017

Invention Process Needed: A method of coating a gun barrel 02 16 2017

Where by the barrel is coated via being placed in sacrificial jaws that are turned on it, as if held in a vice by them.  The sacrificial jaws are the coating material and made of zinc, magnesium, copper, aluminum, brass, or perhaps more expensive metals.

May have unique military applications/ effects.

The jaws can be heated.
Also there can be a fixative agent or process to the coating.

Inexpensive way to achieve a different effect.  That effect might be rustproofing or unique finish.

Copyright 2017 Thomas Murphy

Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Invention Needed: Leather Stitching Pliers 02 07 2017

Invention Needed: Leather Stitching Pliers 02 07 2017

A small but strong pair of needle nose pliers that has replaceable polyurethane jaws.  This allows one to use the pliers to pull a needle through  the leather without as much risk of the hard metal jaws of a regular pliers stressing and breaking the needle.

© 2017 Thomas Murphy

Saturday, February 4, 2017

Monday, January 9, 2017