Theory may lead to doubling of internal-combustion engine efficiency

12/2/2013 | EE Times India (free registration)

A new compressive combustion principle confirmed by supercomputer simulations and airflow experiments holds the potential to more than double the energy efficiency of internal-combustion engines, according to this article. The principle is the subject of research at Japan's Waseda University, where professor Ken Naitoh developed the thermofluid dynamics theory behind it.

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