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Are You Skeptical about this engine?Views: 1815
Apr 22, 2009 1:04 amAre You Skeptical about this engine?#

Ron Sam
The MYT™ Engine Got an old car, truck or RV that you want to retrofit a supposedly simple IC engine that will promise over 150 mpg?
I'm skepticle on this mysterious engine, just as the Toyota engineers are.  I want to see the engine operating on a dyno  proving it's torque output. Then some reliability studies.  Then in a vehilce in adverse driving situations.

This event took place April 2, 2009 at San Jose State University, Engineering Auditorium; Co-sponsor: Golden Key International Honour Society at San Jose State University.


The MYT™ Engine

850 cubic-inch piston engine -- in a 14 inch cube,
weighing 150 lbs -- output: 2x the power density of
the most advanced gas-turbine jet fighter engine.

This engine will be sold for retrofitting of used cars in the USA.

VIDEO:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7iVlJGGhSfg

Official Website:  http://www.angellabsllc.com/

Engine Comparison:  http://www.angellabsllc.com/Engine_cmparison.html

" The MYT™ Engine has the potential to replace all the existing internal combustion engines and jet engines.  With 40 times higher power to weight ratio, low parts count, low maintenance, high mechanical efficienty, and low pollution, the MYT™ Engine will benefit airplane, big ship, 18 wheeler, SUV, passenger car, even down to carry on power generator applications.  The MYT™ Engine as a pump/compressor also exceeds exisiting pumps/compressors in providing massive pressure, volume, and flow, all in one unit. "

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Jun 17, 2009 11:52 pmre: Are You Skeptical about this engine?#

Ron Sam
44 views but not one comment?

MYT patent the most downloaded patent in the USPTO history...


The Revolutionary MYT™ Engine Revolution
Posted by admin on Monday, June 8, 2009

Massive Yet Tiny (MYT) Engine Going to Production

MYT inventor, Raphial Morgado, and Angel Labs, LLC, using private funding are ready to go into production of the most revolutionary engines since the invention of jet engines. With a 40 to 1 power to weight ratio, (jets engines having a 20 to 1 ratio) Angel Labs’ intends to produce a retrofit engine the size of an alternator that could replace an SUV engine, increasing performance, and yielding mileage better than a Prius. This will create green jobs all around the country, at a time we strongly need it.

“In 2005, a highly prestigious competition was sponsored by NASA and Emhart Technologies, known as the ‘Create the Future’ contest. Create the Future had over 1000 entries from 31 countries. Inventions were submitted from some of the most brilliant minds and successful design teams of any century [including Boeing, Xerox, United Technologies, Caterpillar, Rockwell Automation, Ford, GE, SAE Systems, Raytheon]. The panel of judges included experts from some of the most advanced research groups and technology companies in history. The winners were announced … in New York City. The first prize winner was Raphial Morgado and team members of Angel Labs LLC.”

(YouTube; June 1, 2007) - http://www.youtube.com/v/_MBYg1NPzMY

In early June, 2009 I was able to have a long interview with Raphial RG Morgado, the world famous inventor the the Massive Yet Tiny (MYT ™ Engine) and I was thoroughly impressed with the design of the MYT engine, the way in which Raphial has privately funded the prototype, continuing to perfect the product, retained control of his invention and has a high level of integrity and moral intention to make a difference in the world with the MYT being first produced here in the USA. He has had a number of offers internationally but has remained committed to his vision to create a solution and millions of green jobs right here in America. We need more Americans like him.

In a bold and calculated move, Morgado and Angel Labs, LLC have decided to develop the first production plant to manufacture the MYT™ Engine rather than build cars from the ground up. The intent is to provide a viable product for franchising of the retrofitting of cars. Imagine pulling out the engine in your car or truck, replacing it with a more powerful lunch box size engine that consumes less fuel than a Prius. Top that by putting the MYT™ Engine in a hybrid plug-in and use the tiny engine to top off the batteries with an extended range vehicle… wow.

The technology is scaleable to large commercial installations, hydro power, off grid solutions, and creating symbiotic storage capacity solutions for solar and wind. The engine can easily run on almost any fuel, including air. The first production models will be designed to run on diesel. This allows a cheaper and greener fuel options, like bio fuels, even algae based bio fuel for a zero carbon foot print.

Because there are far fewer parts than a normal combustion engine, and over 100 inventions to his name along with production experience, Morgado expects to get the plant up and running in short order, 8 - 12 months. The additional benefit of the simplicity of the design, is that the MTY™ also has lower maintenance, longer lifespan, and lower pollution.

Why have you not heard of it yet? Well many have. Morgado has mentioned that someone from the U.S. Patent office told him that his MYT patent was the most downloaded patent in the USPTO history.

US Patent #6739307

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Nov 25, 2009 3:48 amre: re: Are You Skeptical about this engine?#

Ron Sam
MYT engine to be demonstrated to Society of Automotive Engineers International (SAE)

Inventor Raphial Morgado has been invited as a guest speaker a the Oregon chapter of SAE to discuss and demonstrate his Massive Yet Tiny (MYT) engine. Also working on building 5.5-inch versions to demonstrate this 40x power-to-weight ratio engine.



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Nov 25, 2009 3:40 pmre: re: re: Are You Skeptical about this engine?#

Lamar Morgan 954-603-7901


This is really remarkable. Now, is this motor actually being placed in used cars? From what I have read about it, you can run this one engine on various fuels - including gasoline, bio diesel and even vegetable oil. But, how much does it cost to take the regular engine out and put this one in its place?

How is this guy marketing his incredible engine? How many years is it going to take for this guy's product to reach the consumer market?

Lamar Morgan
CDMM - Synergistic Business Marketing
Need PR?...Call Lamar!

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Nov 25, 2009 8:04 pmre: re: re: re: Are You Skeptical about this engine?#

Ron Sam

Since you are a PR guy, you should contact Morgado and see what plans he has for PR. It may turn lucrative for you.

Most inventors like him don't have a clue how to get their product into the market. So they hire a VP and they might get ripped off. He might need lessons from Martha Steward.

If he can perfect a manufacturing plan that can compete with foreign makers, have standardized packaging that allows adaptation to major car / truck models and franchises that will do the work correctly for a reasonable price, then he may have a chance in getting into the used car engine replacement business. I think the used vehicles out number new ones and are being driven many more years than expected. Ten years for a car seems so little nowadays.

What if you could get an engine transplant for $3k -$5k that made your car last another 10 years or more? It's certainly a cheaper price than a new car at $30k or more.

The BAR (Bureau of Automotive Repair) has a program to buy your old vehicle for $1k if it can't pass the smog test; maybe there is a way to get a discount in getting a MYT engine in the smog producing cars so that they run efficient and w/o pollutants being emitted. A way to use the BAR to coordinate and inspect the job so it gets done right. It seems better than to feed the salvage yards.

For new cars, like my gen 3 Prius hybrid, I'd like to see a more compact, high mpg efficient, lighter weight, higher torque throughout RPM range, longer service interval (10k -15k miles), wider temperature range, etc. Thus paving a way to a PHEV that can easily get 100+ mpg.


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