CHB-Evo. One-Cycle Internal Combustion Engine Principle
Having a constant charge air volume and pressure to supply the intake ports (System Not Shown), the engine's combustion chambers can be successfully scavenged in the form of a Two-Stroke Principle, not having to use the crank case as a charge air pump. This enable the engine to run significantly cleaner, leaner and more efficient than common 2-Stroke and 4-Stroke Engines. For every revolution of the crank shaft, one piston member has two compression strokes. This kinematic advantage brings about the so called REISSER-CYCLE or One-Cycle principle.
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