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Idea Overview:
Features of the Engine 1. Designed for High Power Small capacity engines, bigger engines require bigger cams to operate the Piston 2. The capacity of the engines can be increased by linking 2 or more parallel engines. 3. Simple construction, Absence of valves like in the case of 2 stroke engines. 4. Torque can be increased by increasing the diameter of the rotor 5. Dynamic balancing is better because of rotary motion 6. Combustion efficiency is better, The A/F mixture undergoes combustion in the constricted clearance volume of the rotor, and thereby flame propagation is better. In the reciprocating engine the expansion of the gasses lead to lower flame propagation and unburnt gasses. 7. Because of efficient combustion pollution is less. 8. When the gasses undergo combustion in the constricted rotor space the full energy is utilised for rotary motion where there is very less room for expansion and all the power is utilised for rotating the shaft hence the power available at the rotor shaft(Drive shaft) is more, Higher RPM is available. 9. Change over to high capacity engines can be easily converted by using Fuel and air injectors for example as in locomotives. My Patent application publication refers to this type of engine. (Ref:Patent application publication no 201741004922). 10. Volumetric efficiency is high, since combustion of A/F mixture does not happen directly in the piston head or the cylinder heat expansion of inlet mixture is less thereby increasing the density of A/F mixture coming from the carburetor. 11. The design makes use of both rotary and reciprocating principles taking the best of both, Suction and compression by the piston and combustion and exhaust by the rotor. 12. Need for a separate flywheel is not needed .The rotor itself acting like a flywheel by adding dead weights. 13. It is more compact and lesser number of moving parts when compared to reciprocating engines.
Who might use it/where it might be used?:
Automobile companies
The Market:
Business to Consumers (B2C)
Sector the idea belong to:
Why you think there is a demand for your idea?:
Best of reciprocating and rotary engines.Smaller engines with higher power
Who would be the ideal customers?:
Automobile companies
What ideas do you have to reach these customers?:
Through social media
How far have you developed this idea:
Concept stage
What – if any – feedback have you had for this idea so far?:
Feasible and better idea than reciprocating engines
What supporting material – if any - would you like to add to your proposal?:
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  1. Simon Krystman - September 13, 2020 at 7:22 am Reply

    Who are your customers likely to be? Automotive companies?

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