# Efficient Engines - [ Engineering ]

Efficient Engines - [ Engineering ]
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Engines as conduits of Energy "The Mindset of An Engineer"
1. A properly designed engine is not to use energy.
2. A properly designed engine processes energy, not use it.
3. Inefficiency in an engine occurs, when an engine uses any amount of energy, even 1 %.
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What is Efficiency Cost ?
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What does an Engineer desire the engine built to do?
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When an engine is built, the machine is graded in the unit: "Efficiency Cost".
Efficiency Cost is defined as:
"The amount of energy an engine USES, to perform the work it was built to do."
Example: If an engine processes 98% of the energy to perform the work it was built to do, it's Efficiency Cost is 2% or "2 points", or "2".
Therefore
An engine with an Efficiency Cost grade of '2', is understood to be 98% Efficient.
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An Engineer desires an engine to perform some type of work,with minimum Efficiency Cost.
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Further
The difference between processing energy and using energy Using energy is stagnation in "Work Done"; that is, no "work" is performed.
Example: The Gasoline Engine.
(i) The Gasoline engine uses energy, it does not process it.
(ii) The Gasoline Engine does "no work",because it uses (burns) gasoline.
(iii) Since the gasoline engine uses energy, it is therefore stagnant, That is, it does not move anything. ------------------------------------------------------
Challenge for Engineers:
Remember: An engine processes energy, not use it.
Heat is energy not the mixture for cold fusion that produces heat.
Therefore
Build an engine that processes heat energy.
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