In his seminal text, The Theory and Practice of Automotive Engines, (1977), Richard L. Burdon discusses the benefits of using a high-performance motorized spindle. The author also considers the advantages of using a motorized rotor system, both for the design and operation of an engine. In essence, the text provides readers with all the tools for designing, testing, and deploying smart motorized rotor systems in terms of both the theory and practical applications, as well as a wealth of technical information for engineers in automotive engineering, particularly in terms of design flow and simulation techniques.
In this regard, The Theory and Practice of Automotive Engines emphasize the need for a high-performance engine that is capable of performing at maximum capacity for a lengthy period of time. This need requires that high performance levels are maintained throughout the entire engine’s life span. The text provides a detailed discussion of the different types of engines that are capable of achieving this. For example, a high-performance rotary engine is one that is designed to run at high RPMs, which requires it to use a highly-efficient motor and a variety of high-tech components.
Moreover, as the name implies, an RV requires an efficient, high-performance rotary engine that is highly responsive, reliable, and fuel efficient. In this respect, this text discusses the benefits of a high-performance motor in the design of an RV. In this way, a motorized rotor system can be used to reduce fuel consumption and improve vehicle efficiency and performance.
In addition to designing and developing a high-performance rotor system, the author also gives some valuable tips on how to build a motorized rotor system from scratch. This includes information on the appropriate materials needed for the construction of a rotary engine. In this way, any potential costumers of this type of motorized system, including those who are interested in building it from scratch, can understand the material costs involved.
Finally, The Theory and Practice of Automotive Engines discuss the benefits of operating a vehicle with a high-performance rotary engine during off-peak hours. For those who own RVs or those who operate their vehicles as part of their main income source, this information might have some great practical value. This is because a motorized rotor system can allow a driver to drive an RV more miles with less fuel consumption.
The Textbook is well organized and provides excellent information on a wide variety of topics relevant to the designing and developing of a motorized rotor system for an RV, including the concepts that underlie modern motorized rotor technologies and the various components that make up an RV motor. It is an important and highly-illustrative reference book on the subject matter.