Edyson CVT - continuously variable transmission
Variable ratio gearbox using only toothed gears sprockets pinions
(this is not an epicicloidal transmission !)
Patent pending, owner Pavilcu Edyson.
Edyson CVT is a stepless speed variator using only toothed gears /sprockets, which can be used on any traditional engine (gasoline, diesel, CNG), electric motors, steam or wind turbines, bicycles (human power), as well as a large number of industrial or agriculutre applications, replacing the current transmission also toothed belt or chain drive, however, every time and need some adjustment of the ratio in a mechanical transmission.
The CVT device can work completely in an oil bath, so there are no mechanical parts that have slippage, overheating or wear and withstands at high speed and power applied.
Thanks to the fact that, and exclusively composed of gears can transmit the usual power than conventional automatic gearboxes or traditional current with the advantage of having small dimensions, less components, lower weight, and also a lower cost.
This CVT gearbox system can replace the V-belt systems, transmissions with varying diameter in a continuous manner, and many others based on friction force then acting as the primary means for transferring the movement, with limited overall power and energy losses inevitable. The current exchange rate can withstand much higher power with minimal power consumption.
Other possible applications are bicycles, motorcycles, cars, automobils, boats, gearboxes, electric motors, steam and wind turbine, as well as a large number of industrial or agriculture applications whenever is necessary some adjustment of the gear ratio.
The current prototype demonstrate the high reliability and easy to manufacture. To increase the variation range of this systems can be connected in cascade.
Market opportunity for the Infinitely Variable Transmission system:
The prototype of the CVT variator Edyson designed for an electrical motorcycle with the above mentioned sizes can transfer:
- Power: around 60 HP
The CVT system can be designed for any vehicle and adapt for any power transmission by changing some dimmensions.
If you still think about this CVT to be an epicicloidal transmission, then you should read all one more time, becouse this is not an epicicloidal transmision !
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