Turbocombustion Green-Engine Technology See How It Works

Development of the TCEngine is halted in favor of a superior clean energy technology.

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Russell Engine/Generator (Eng/Gen)
Additional information, visit us at http://www.russellenergy.com. The Russell Engine/Generator (Eng/Gen), invented by Robert L Russell, is the only patented shaftless, highly scalable power unit that produces electrical energy by combining an electric generator with a unique, highly efficient internal combustion engine within a single vibration free, dust and water proof housing powered by any liquid or gaseous fuel. A new improved patent pending design will be released for review in the near future.

Turbocombustion Green-Engine Technology Assembly
Development of the TCEngine is halted in favor of a superior clean energy technology.

How It Works LiquidPiston X Engine
LiquidPiston’s X Engine is a non-Wankel rotary embodiment of the company’s innovative High Efficiency Hybrid Cycle (HEHC). The X Engine has few parts and three combustion events per rotor revolution, resulting in tremendous power density. See also https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PtDXNEn-hFA Inventor Alexander Shkolnik They are claiming 50% thermal Efficiency. BEAT THAT STIRLING ENGINES ! http://liquidpiston.com/ Let me see your design for getting 2 HP from a 5" diameter Engine on pump gas and 4 stroke. https://vimeo.com/99002635 https://wefunder.com/liquidpiston Recommended Study to understand the principals here : Carnot efficiency (Thermal Efficiency) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3uqOB95iljQ PV Diagrams https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-wtgJkhYPqQ Wankel Engine differences: 1./ Centre "piston" is ovoid not tricloid. 2./ Housing is Tricloid not Ovoid. 3./ Apex seals are stationary in the housing. 4./ Expansion ratio is larger than compression ratio - see Atkinson Cycle.