The motor consists of a symmetrical structure with two opposed pistons in a single cylinder with no crankshaft. The symmetrically balanced linear reciprocating motion of these pistons is converted to a rotational motion by means of a sine shape of one central rotating ring. This rotating sinus ring is part of a ring with magnets. These magnets rotate along copper windings thus generating electric power.
The larger single cylinder improves scavenging of the gases, reduces heat and friction losses and improves the thermodynamic efficiency. This results in reduced fuel consumption as compared to internal combustion engines with a crankshaft and more cylinders.
▪ Low cost
▪ Low weight
▪ Efficient use of fuel
▪ Minimum of components
▪ Very flexible interface integration
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