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The next big step will be camless engine technology. Here is information on excellent progress of one system.

www.enginelabs.com/new...technology


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Shouldn't be too difficult to retrofit either really.


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why do they still use a tapered disc on a stick as a valve? Why not use the same principles (as a solenoid effectively) to control a rotating slot across the inlet/exhaust port? The amount of rotation could essentially open the port up more like a swivel ball does in a water valve.


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Ausjacko wrote
why do they still use a tapered disc on a stick as a valve? Why not use the same principles (as a solenoid effectively) to control a rotating slot across the inlet/exhaust port? The amount of rotation could essentially open the port up more like a swivel ball does in a water valve.


Similar to proportional solenoids in process control.
Speed of actuation is probably the answer though.


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