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A TEJJ engine produces constant torque over all positions of crankshaft rotation — the torque is comparable to that of an electric motor. Because the crank case is not subjected to large forces of combustion, noise and vibration are more easily managed. As no force from the piston will be wasted in exerting undue force on crankshaft bearings, the crank case can have a lighter design.

The work done per power stroke is almost 55% higher than in an existing sine wave IC engine, increasing efficiency mileage from a vehicle. The engine can be used for all IC engine applications at present, as well as all 2-stroke and 4-stroke engines running on any fuel. By modifying and adding existing components, the engine can be easily constructed in today’s plants.

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This article first appeared in the April, 2014 issue of NASA Tech Briefs Magazine.

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