1987-02-01

The Stiller-Smith, Cross-Slider Engine: A Balanced Engine Concept 870614

The Stiller-Smith Engine employs a double cross-slider that has several advantageous dynamic characteristics. These characteristics are described and developed analytically. This paper also develops and presents the force equations that describe the two-dimensional model of this engine. The necessary requirements to produce a balanced engine are derived and evaluated analytically.

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