Manufacturing with little machining opens way to multi-fuel engine

03/5/2013 | Manufacturing.net

New internal combustion engines that can operate on any type of fuel and do so with increased efficiency is the goal of a joint project by the U.S. Defense Department and Kashmerick Engine Systems. The K6-Cycle System employs six cycles and a separate, insulated chamber to boost fuel combustion efficiency. Key to development of the engine, however, has been technology that allows for the manufacture of complex parts with little or no machining.

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