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#15701 StanBarrett2

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Posted 30 October 2018 - 13:21



 and Rolls-Royce Dervent by John Balmer (not sure - signature is almost unreadable, as you can see) Rolls-Royce-Derwent.jpg

Probably John Palmer who seems to have been a regular of the Flight artist team

I've clipped two scans from the  'Flight'  booklet  "Beneath the skin" which shows and lists him.

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The drawing seems to have been published in a Dutch magazine, which and when, I don't know

 

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#15702 Ventro

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Posted 30 October 2018 - 13:31

Probably John Palmer who seems to have been a regular of the Flight artist team

Thanks, I also came to this conclusion when found the fragments of that mind-blowing Brabazon V-drive in slightly better quality - which is clearly signed by John Palmer



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Posted 31 October 2018 - 07:59

Bristol Hercules (yep, it was posted few times before - but this particular picture has a nice vintage atmosphere)... still no luck with Brabazon powerplant cutaway

 

UPDATE: Unexpected surprise awaited me when I tried to add this cutaway to my collection - it is became clear that this is NOT the same (very famous) cutaway of Bristol Hercules Mk.16 by J.H. Clark which I thought it was! Artist yet unknown but I guess this is also Clark. So I took it more seriously - here is the cleaned version (I tried to equalize halftones a little)...Bristol-Hercules-Cleaned.jpg ...here is the original file (just in case if something will happen with current file location) Bristol-Hercules-Original.jpg and these are the two Hercules cutaways which were posted here before - Mk.16 model by Clark Bristol-Hercules-Mk16-by-JH-Clark.jpg and Mk.100 by Lyndon Jones (slightly bad scan so if you have better version...) Bristol-Hercules-Mk100-by-Lyndon-Jones.j


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Posted 02 November 2018 - 09:11

Ferrari 250 LM by James A, Allington

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#15705 Ventro

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Posted 03 November 2018 - 12:58

Trying to identify the exact model of that recent Bristol Hercules cutaway I found a few interesting pictures: G2692.jpg So I can guess this was at least Mk.100+ model of Hercules. Then I compared that drawing with a "power-egg" cutaway from LiTOT - and they are matching quite nice (you can download all these 'nacelle' files below and then switch back and forth between them to see my point) Bristol-Hercules-Mk106-Nacelle-03.jpg Bristol-Hercules-Mk106-Nacelle-02.jpg Bristol-Hercules-Mk106-Nacelle-01.jpg They are clearly related, so I think it is reasonable to assume they were drawn by the same artist... and here is the most interesting part: the ORIGINAL of this amazing artwork is currently on sale and it goes as "The Bristol Hercules Power Egg by Edward East" - so I guess we have an artist's name. Honestly I do not think that the buyer of the real thing will post here hi-res scan - but maybe it was printed in some magazine or brochure, service manual or something? It would have been very nice to see it higher resolution


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Posted 04 November 2018 - 12:37

Fiat 127 by Giorgio Alisi

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#15707 ibsenop

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Posted 04 November 2018 - 12:39

Lancia Delta S4 by artist unknown

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Posted 04 November 2018 - 12:41

Lancia Delta S4 engine by artist unknown

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Posted 04 November 2018 - 12:42

Lancia Delta S4 transmission by artist unknown

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#15710 Ventro

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Posted 04 November 2018 - 15:16

Few days of intensive Hercules googling and nothing really postable was found... except for this nice and hi-res Merlin 20 by Clark! Yes, very famous and according to index it was already posted at page 176 - but for some reason it wasn't in my collection before - only colored version with the slight colour offset - is this was the item from page 176? RR-Merlin-20.jpg



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Posted 04 November 2018 - 18:46

TNF Cutaway Forum index Update

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#15712 ibsenop

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Posted 06 November 2018 - 22:25

Fiat 128 Rally engine by Franco Rosso

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#15713 ibsenop

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Posted 06 November 2018 - 22:26

KTM 125 S engine by Alloisi

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#15714 Ventro

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Posted 06 November 2018 - 23:55

Quite nice halftone derivative of Clark's famous de Havilland DH98 Mosquito B Mk4 cutaway - De-Havilland-DH98-Mosquito-B-Mk4-Origina Here is the cleaned version - De-Havilland-DH98-Mosquito-B-Mk4.jpg ...and here is original Clark's drawing for comparison (could not find in better quality, sorry) - as you can see, this unknown modificator also fixed few of the perspective issues of original drawing - De-Havilland-DH98-Mosquito-B-Mk4-Clark.j



#15715 ibsenop

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Posted 09 November 2018 - 23:00

BMW 2002 1966 by Niedermeier.

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#15716 Ventro

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Posted 10 November 2018 - 08:35

1973  Triumph Bonneville 750 engine cutaway by Lawrence Watt - small but clear... 1973-Triumph-Bonneville-750-Engine-01.jp ...and bigger but with halftones missing 1973-Triumph-Bonneville-750-Engine-02.jp As usual, if someone could post better version it would be very nice



#15717 StanBarrett2

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Posted 10 November 2018 - 19:13

TNF Cutaway Forum index Update

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:up:  Perfect as usual,,thank you Ibsen



#15718 StanBarrett2

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Posted 10 November 2018 - 19:15

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Brian Hatton's Marcos Mantis out of Motor 19th September 1970

 

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Posted 12 November 2018 - 08:17

Quattroruote posters part 17

 

Fiat 127 by artist unknown - Quattroruote 185 May 1971

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Fiat 127 engine by artist unknown - Quattroruote 185 May 1971

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Magneti Marelli - Il Centri Nervosi Dell'Auto - Quattroruote 160 April 1969

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Fiat 130 sections - Quattroruotte 163 July 1969 1

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Fiat 130 sections - Quattroruotte 163 July 1969 2

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#15720 Motocar

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Posted 14 November 2018 - 16:07

Cutaway Reggiane 2007 concept italian jet fighter, modified with two models of covers for the cockpit, the first with reinforcements and the second type bubble, original author unknow and retouched by Motocar to recreate this failed project

 

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#15721 majstor

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Posted 17 November 2018 - 12:28

Did someone mentioned this excellent site with brochures? 

 

http://www.lov2xlr8.no

 

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Lot of its cutaways need retouch, but there is a rare, better, somewhat different (colored, etc), or completely new works - for me and this topic AFAIK - or requested ones (as Renault 16, if I remember).  

 

 

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Renault 16

 

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#15722 StanBarrett2

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Posted 17 November 2018 - 15:56

Brian Hatton rendering of Lotus Elite out of Motor magazine 18th May 1974

 

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#15723 StanBarrett2

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Posted 19 November 2018 - 12:44

Brian Hatton's 1926 Itala, a looser more 'arty' style

 

From Motor magazine's 'Prophet without Honour ' series  #11  1st November 1969

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Posted 19 November 2018 - 21:02

DOME F105 (1996) never run car

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#15725 Motocar

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Posted 20 November 2018 - 00:20

Cutaway Heli-Plane, author Douglas Rolfe and published in the magazine popular Mechanics edition 08-1962 and retouche by Motocar
 
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#15726 ibsenop

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Posted 22 November 2018 - 08:12

BMW 1602 electric drive by Debusmann

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Posted 22 November 2018 - 08:13

BMW E1 Electric drive by Technical-Art

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#15728 ibsenop

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Posted 22 November 2018 - 08:15

BMW Series 3 Electric drive by Technical-Art

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#15729 StanBarrett2

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Posted 22 November 2018 - 13:24

Brian Hatton's rendering of the Baker Electric Torpedo

Out of the article by Cyril Posthumus in Motor magazine 13th Feb 1971, the series Prophet without Honour #16

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#15730 Ventro

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Posted 23 November 2018 - 13:35

BMW Series 3 Electric drive by Technical-Art

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I was lucky to find these recent BMW postings on their press site - except for this one! Can you please hint me where should I look for original file? :drunk:



#15731 ibsenop

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Posted 23 November 2018 - 21:03

Hi Ventro, I think I found it on the BMW press site. Not sure. I didn't saved the link.



#15732 ibsenop

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Posted 25 November 2018 - 17:16

BMW 635 by Niedermeier

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Posted 25 November 2018 - 17:17

BMW M5 by Technical Art

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#15734 ibsenop

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Posted 25 November 2018 - 17:20

BMW M3 engine by artist unknown

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Posted 25 November 2018 - 17:20

BMW Z4 by Technical Art

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Posted 27 November 2018 - 01:03

Brian Hatton's Alfa Romeo Bimotore, out of  'The Non Conformist'  series with Cyril Posthumus. Motor magazine 4th August 1973

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#15737 Ventro

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Posted 27 November 2018 - 22:29

BMW M3 engine by artist unknown

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The name of the artist is probably Intel PENTIUM ® or SiliconGraphics, etc. - I mean I do not see hand-drawn parts at all... which is kinda sad and reminds me that era of giants is over... Beautiful (and easily one of the greatest) engine nonetheless



#15738 Motocar

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Posted 28 November 2018 - 12:29

Repost Cutaway Ford Stout "Dragonfly" ruders retouched. Motocar

 

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#15739 Motocar

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Posted 30 November 2018 - 11:01

Cutaway Motocar Cerreti Chassis, very rare car author unknow shared from:

http://www.douglas-s...eelcar.htm#mono

 

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Cutaway Cerrati Motocar light retouched by Motocar

 

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Posted 30 November 2018 - 11:04

Lateral cutaway Avro Motorcycle, author unknow, shared from:

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Posted 30 November 2018 - 14:48

Cutaway Boeing 2707 author Dick Graham, retoched by Motocar for clear the photograpy

 

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#15742 Ventro

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Posted 02 December 2018 - 11:53

Cutaway Cerrati Motocar light retoched by Motocar

Err... Motocar retoched Motocar... I do not repeat myself, repeat myself :lol:  Seriously thanks for that link - it was very interesting to read! I actually quite fond of such difficult-to-classify mechanical hybrid vehicles


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#15743 Ventro

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Posted 02 December 2018 - 12:00

Cutaway Boeing 2707 author Dick Graham, retoched by Motocar for clear the photograpy

 

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Absolutely amazing project - if actually built I guess it would have easily wasted BOTH Concorde and Tupolev TU-144... Extremely exotic, totally tour-de-force... but instead we got Jumbojet - well, that was also OKAY aircraft :lol:



#15744 Ventro

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Posted 02 December 2018 - 12:16

BSA Winged Wheel - I haven't been aware about such mechanical little marvels... BSA-Winged-Wheel-Cutaway.jpg ...and when reading caption to this drawing I started to wonder what was that "another unit" they were talking about...



#15745 Ventro

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Posted 02 December 2018 - 12:28

... And luckily I was able to find it - something called Cyclemaster (clearly from the same article, Fig. 22 and Fig. 23) If you know which article these pictures from (or may be have it already scanned), please post it here, thank you Cyclemaster-Cutaway.jpg If anyone interested in its internal layout here is few blueprints (early and late versions of the same unit - if I'm not mistaken) Cyclemaster-Blueprint-01.jpg Cyclemaster-Blueprint-02.jpg


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#15746 StanBarrett2

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Posted 03 December 2018 - 21:34

Theo Page's Brabham BT8

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#15747 Ventro

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Posted 05 December 2018 - 22:10

Philip (PJGD) found this interesting bicycle assist engine - 1950 Lohmann Motor cutaway by Thusius (here is the source pdf) - 1950-Lohmann-Motor-Cutaway.jpg I tried to clean it a little...1950-Lohmann-Motor-Cutaway-Cleaned.jpg ... and found its components... 1950-Lohmann-Motor-Parts.jpg ... from this file you can get a few dimensions 1950-Lohmann-Motor-Installation.jpg ...and a small booklet 1950-Lohmann-Motor-Brochure.jpg Here is the short history from the aforementioned pdf:

 

Lohmann History

The ‘Lohmann’ engine was invented by a German Engineer, Hermann Teegen (1899 – 1962) who worked on a series of engines all working with the ‘compression ignition’ principle and managed to get patents on three of the designs. This led to the development of the 18cc auxiliary bicycle engine known as the ‘Lohmann-diesel’, which was produced in the period 1949 till 1954 in the Lohmann Werke factory in Bielefeld, Germany. The Lohmann engine was officially released on the market early 1950 after a year of testing and demonstrations with the engine. Although test reports of those days mentioned that the Lohmann was not a real diesel engine, the Lohmann factory officially promoted the engine as the Lohmann-diesel, which helped to reach a large public. During the time the engine was in production (1949 – 1954), the design of the engine was improved several times, resulting in different models entering the market. Those models are referred to by their year of introduction (e.g. the ’52 model), but consistent documentation of changes in the different models has not been found. Changes include:

- Improved muffler to reduce exhaust noise
- Increased the size of the gudgeon pin from 10mm to 12mm
- Increased the number of piston rings from 2 to 3

Production of the different models in Bielefeld, Germany included an engine for the Spanish market under the name ‘Lohmann Hispania’ which only differed from the ’53 model on the gear cover with ‘Hispania’ logo. In 1954, a model was introduced that could run on both petrol and kerosene. The cylinder head design was slightly adapted to cope with the extra head generated. However, this model has never been a success. Till 1954, an estimated 51.000 units have been produced. It is not clear why production of the Lohmann-diesel was stopped in 1954. Comparable compression ignition auxiliary bicycle engines have been produced in Japan, Austria (the Junior) and Sweden, all under license of Lohmann.

What The Lohmann Enthusiasts Say:

During the project, communication was initiated with a German Lohmann enthusiast and expert, Uwe Peters. He has shared his experiences with Lohmann engines from which he draws the conclusion that the Lohmann engine is not suitable to drive a pump and that the Lohmann has some intrinsic disadvantages that hamper further application of the concept. His arguments include:

1. The compression needs to be adjusted continuously when the engine is in operation and delivering power, which is a direct result of heating and cooling of the engine and ambient temperature. Even on the bicycle, it is not possible to drive a 10km straight stretch without adjusting the compression
2. Due to the high engine speed, the engine wear is too high. The cylinder lining and piston of a Lohmann engine need to be replaced every 1.500 – 2.000 km
3. The engine is not a multi-fuel engine and does not work properly on different fuels
4. From today's perspective, the engine’s exhaust is too dirty, which is a combination of poor combustion of the fuel and the use of two-stroke oil in the fuel.

He further concludes ‘The Lohmann-Werke in Bielefeld spent 7 years working on development of this engine. The engine design was changed every year and in 1951 even three times. And although successful in producing bicycle parts, the company went bankrupt, which was the direct result of the Lohmann failure.’

 

P.S. Philip also made quite interesting remark: "That is a true HCCI engine controlled entirely by variable compression ratio. The fuel/air mixture is homogeneous, and the ignition is by high compression. Modern HCCI attempts would do much better if they had a variable compression ratio control. The Teegen/Lohmann engine as made by The Practica Foundation needed an engine developer to help them get the engine to work better." Right now I am reading some articles about these modern HCCI attempts... and essentially they all saying that this technology is not yet ready for production - you need FULLY flexible engine (with adjustable everything - camless valvetrain, VCR, etc.) Then, what about this engine designed almost 70 years ago? And I am starting to think that I should better look for really small engines (like the ones used in RC aircraft models) - if I am not mistaken, they also had compression ignition... Anyway, I know sometimes extremely knowledgeable folks are visiting this forum - it would be very interesting to read what you thinking about this engine!


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#15748 CVA

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Posted 06 December 2018 - 09:45

alfa romeo 158 by Mohnlich,new artist for me

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Posted 06 December 2018 - 09:50

austin A55 cambridge by Theo Page

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Posted 06 December 2018 - 09:59

BMW 1600 GT by Schlenzig or Niedermeir

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