This is a Radial Engine. When it rotates, it seems Connecting Rod is interfering with other Hub Pin. Is it possible in the real world? Animation video is attached.
The design would have to be changed to stagger the position of the cylinders (so that consecutive cylinders are not on same plane).
(Another, easier option might be to reduce the number of cylinders.)
This would be a good exercise for a student to revise the design.
Intention is learning not finishing the work. Therefore I wish to choose non easy option.
Is these type of design change is acceptable? Folder is attached
You will also need to change the Block with the cylinder bores and the counterweight on the crankshaft might need to be modified.
This would be a good example for advanced motion analysis.
Unlike above one in this Radial Engine I couldn’t see any interference of Connecting Rod. I am unable to find out the reason for that.
So are you say that your final assembly is moving differently to the video? Yours has interference and the video doesn't?
Two different designs.
Stroke is different.
Attach the assembly from the video here.
I didn't sketch 2nd Radial Engine.
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