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Australian DOD to Publish Comparative Analysis of the MYT Engine
Lieutenant Colonel Brett Laboo
of the Australian Department of Defense has compiled a comparative analysis of Raphial Morgado's Massive Yet Tiny (MYT) engine, which packs a powerful punch for its small size, comparing it to other diesel engines in the world. The report will be presented at the 2012 Land Warfare Conference in early November 2012.
In this trademark photo, Raphial shows the
earlier 14-inch version in comparison to the engine it could replace.
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Lieutenant Colonel Brett Laboo of the Australian Department of Defense (DOD) has compiled a comparative analysis of Raphial Morgado's MYT Engine,
comparing it to some other diesel and military engines in the world.
The MYT Engine features 40 times higher power-to-weight ratio, low parts count, low maintenance, high mechanical efficiency, and low pollution. It is poised to benefit applications including airplanes, ships, 18 wheelers, SUVs, passenger cars, and even down to carry-on power generators. The MYT Engine, as a pump/compressor, also exceeds existing pumps/compressors in providing massive pressure, volume, and flow; all in one unit.
"A comparative analysis of the MYT engine and other OEM claims using open source information will be presented at the
2012 Land Warfare Conference (LWC) in early November 2012. The LWC is a major event for users, providers, academics, designers and manufacturers to meet, present, share and exchange new and visionary ideas on Land Systems. It is coordinated by the Australian Department of
Defense (DoD), principally the Australian Army, in partnership with the Defence
Science and Technology Organisation. This DoD paper, comparing claims of the MYT engine with other internal combustion engines will form part of the
proceedings, and will be available in hard-copy and on CD ROM at the conference and to libraries afterwards."
Morgado said he wasn't even aware that LTCOL Laboo was working on this, so it came as a pleasant surprise, and he was anxious to pass on the great news but had to wait for proper authorizations to do so, which have now come in the form of the above statement. He said that
LTCOL Laboo spent about half a year working on that report, off and on. The analysis includes charts and graphs covering diesel engines from the smallest to the largest; and the 6-inch
MYT Engine is the smallest, though certainly not the least power dense, a point the report will no doubt quantify.
A few years back, LTCOL Laboo saw the 14-inch MYT test engine run on a
dynamometer as a pneumatic motor. Now that he is working in the Defence Science and Technology
Organisation, he thought it a good time to prepare this analysis for the Australian Department of Defence and others who are interested in the engine as well.
Other MYT News
Morgado has completed his move into his shop and is now prepared to entertain big investors.
He is still looking for $2 million to complete his 6-inch prototypes (which could power a small car), and $10 million to complete his 14-inch prototypes (which could power an
18-wheeler [1000 cubic inches integrating the improvements from the 6-inch
design]). The smallest investment he will accept is $100,000.
Morgado has found the investment world to be very stingy presently. "Nothing is going to happen in financing until after the election. And if Obama is re-elected, then the investors won't be spending in the United States." At least, that is the word he has been hearing.
Morgado is considering doing crowdfunding, but he doesn't like the idea of people just "donating", so he would include some kind of value added return for each amount payable, in the spirit of a "raffle". Alternatively, he could wait until 2013, when the new legislation goes into effect that allows for small investments through crowdfunding, with a limit of $2,000 per person.
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