Gyroscope Combustion Motor



From the many approaches that were made to build a motor with only rotating parts that differe from the well known Piston Combustion Motor, only the Wankel Motor was developed up to an commercialy acceptable engine. Main disadvantage of the Wankel Motor is his large surface/volume ratio for a given volume and compression, this leads to bad efficency and the need of big water and oil cooling systems. The Gyroscope Combustion Motor is the most general design of a motor with only rotating parts, with the Wankel Motor as a particular solution of it. The surface/volume ratio from the Gyroscope Combustion Motor can be selected independent of a given volume and compression, avoiding the above mentioned disadvantage of the Wankel design.

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