pendulum combustion negine - new idea (patent)

It is the second video showing the operation of our patented the internal combustion engine. I represent a team of engineers who have been developing an invention in combustion engine design for more than a year already. The invention has been filed for patent protection in a WIPO. Our innovation should lead to considerable reduction of weight and volume of a power plant as compared with standard solutions of similar output. Should you be interested in use of this solution, further development, or rights to the invention, also if you require any further information please contact us at: e-mail: pawel.wilk (at) or to pcengine (at) Pendulum Combustion Engine Development Team Wilk Brothers

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