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WO/1994/002726A1
An expandable chamber piston type internal combustion engine operating in an open thermodynamic cycle includes a combustion process having a constant volume (isochoric) phase followed by a constant temperature (isothermal) phase.  
WO/1994/000674A1
A volume expanding machine, which is theoretically high in thermal efficiency and low in noise level caused by exhaust, utilizes respective advantages of conventional internal combustion engines such as gas turbines and piston engines to...  
WO/1993/021421A1
The invention concerns a piston engine with at least one piston movable in a cylinder which is connected to the crankshaft via an upper and a lower piston rod section connected together via a shared articulation and in which the upper pi...  
WO/1993/021422A1
In a piston engine with at least one piston movable in a cylinder which is coupled to the crankshaft via an upper and lower piston rod section interconnected by a shared articulation and in which the upper piston rod section has an exten...  
WO/1993/021434A1
A multibank rotary internal combustion engine (10) wherein first (A) and second (B) engines are connectable in series. The cylinders (30) making up the engine block (13) are radially disposed in a common plane and rotate with the output ...  
WO/1993/021433A1
A split cycle internal combustion engine comprises a compression unit (1) and an expansion unit (2) in which the fuel is injected into the working space of the expansion unit (2) towards the end of the exhaust stroke and hot compressed a...  
WO/1993/018319A1
In order to improve the performance characteristics of a machine for converting linear motion to rotary motion (particularly an internal configuration engine) or vice versa, the invention proposes an eccentric crank mechanism communicati...  
WO/1993/016274A1
A reciprocating engine in which a piston is divided into a piston main body portion and a piston upper portion and in which exhaust of waste gas and suction of fuel is carried out while the piston upper portion reciprocates faster than t...  
WO/1993/011350A1
An internal combustion engine and method for operating the same wherein the combustion chamber volume can be varied depending on throttle position by a member (9) that is inserted into the combustion chamber, and wherein the intake valve...  
WO/1993/011348A1
A piston (1) assembly comprises a piston head (1) adapted for reciprocating movement in a cylinder and a connecting rod for connecting the piston head to a crankshaft. The connecting rod has a big end for pivotal attachment to the cranks...  
WO/1993/009540A1
This invention aims at simplifying the manufacturing and assembling of a cassette and preventing the occurrence of creep in a cassette. A pair of pinch rollers (118, 119) for guiding a magnetic tape (T) are provided movably in an opening...  
WO/1993/009337A1
An internal combustion engine has at least one set of first and second cylinders (12, 14), the first cylinder (12) having a larger swept volume than the second cylinder (14), and respective first and second pistons (16, 18) movable in th...  
WO/1993/005287A1
Multiple intake valves operatively associated in a common combustion chamber are advantageous in that the design achieves high output for an internal combustion engine. The subject modified cylinder head utilizes the advantages available...  
WO/1993/005290A1
An opposed piston internal combustion engine comprises an output shaft (6), at least one cylinder (3), at least one pair of first and second opposed pistons (1, 2) slidable in said cylinder (3), a first cam (18) connected to the output s...  
WO/1993/003265A1
An Oldham drive engine for effectively taking out a maximum combustion pressure from the top dead center of a piston engine as a rotational output of an output shaft (17). An Oldham's coupling mechanism is formed by interposing a slider ...  
WO/1992/017693A1
The subject engine (8) includes a low pressure piston assembly reciprocally disposed in an operating chamber (22) defined in a housing (10). A pair of opposed high pressure piston assemblies (58) and (60) are directly mounted on a pair o...  
WO/1992/014043A1
An apparatus and method for enhancing the efficiency of a combustion process for an engine (12) and thereby reducing undesirable emissions in which a solid combustion enhancing substance (18) is converted into a highly dispersed, gas-tra...  
WO/1992/014046A1
The system comprises a hydraulic pump (1) driven by an engine (21); a hydraulic motor (4) for running, driven by oil discharged from the hydraulic pump (1) during running; an actuator (52) for working, driven by oil discharged from the h...  
WO/1992/012337A1
A reciprocating piston internal combustion engine is disclosed having an eccentric (16) arranged between each piston (10) and its connecting rod (12) and a spring (22) for applying a biassing torque to urge the point of maximum eccentric...  
WO/1992/009797A1
A turbocompound engine having a power turbine bypass valve and a control module for controlling opening and closing of the bypass valve. The control module opens the bypass valve for various operating conditions, such as at high altitude...  
WO/1992/009800A1
At the air intake of an internal combustion engine is provided a turbine through which airflow to the engine passes. The turbine is coupled to a shaft which is connected to a turbine within the exhaust system of the engine and through an...  
WO/1992/002719A1
This invention relates to compound power units. A power plant or unit (10) comprises a reciprocating engine (11), having an output shaft (12); a turbocharging unit generally indicated at (13); a continuously variable transmission (CVT) (...  
WO/1992/002600A1
A liquid hydrocarbon gasoline is provided by removing both the volatile and non-volatile components from C4-C12 gasoline to yield either a C6-C9 or a C6-C10 intermediate gasoline. The intermediate gasoline of this invention can be combus...  
WO/1992/001147A1
A monitoring arrangement for a turbo compound engine system in which there is disposed a fluid drive hydrodynamic coupling (16) between an exhaust gas-driven power turbine (3) and a drive shaft (5) included in a combustion engine (2). A ...  
WO/1991/019084A1
A split cycle internal combustion engine having located wholly within the combustion chamber (13) of the firing cylinder (10) and spaced from the walls thereof a hollow dome (14) with the closed head of the dome (14) adjacent to the head...  
WO/1991/019087A1
A piston-connecting rod assembly for a crank shaft creates periods of dwell in engines or compressors. The piston, which reciprocates in compression and power strokes, is connected to the connecting rod by upper and lower piston pins. Th...  
WO/1991/014860A1
An improved arrangement for controlling and adjusting the compression ratio of an internal combustion engine (10) during operation. A secondary cylinder (201) is formed in the engine cylinder head (102) and has therein a secondary piston...  
WO/1991/014086A1
A combustion engine (1) of the piston engine type where the static compression ratio exceeds approximately 15:1, especially in the range of from approximately 15:1 to approximately 20:1, preferably approximately 17:1. The engine is provi...  
WO/1991/010848A1
A crank mechanism for an internal combustion engine comprises a cylinder (1), a piston (2) reciprocable within the cylinder, and a rotatable shaft (4). The piston (2) is in drivable connection with the shaft (4) via a connecting rod (3),...  
WO/1991/010051A1
The invention relates to a device allowing, during each upstroke of the piston corresponding to the end of the exhaust and beginning of the intake, to reduce the volume of the combustion chamber by causing an upstroke of the piston highe...  
WO/1991/010076A1
Arrangement for effective oil supply to a working chamber (34) in a hydrodynamic coupling (16) flushed through with oil, and lubrication of the bearings (12, 9) of the coupling. The working chamber is supplied with oil through a channel ...  
WO/1991/010049A1
An internal combustion engine assembly (1) of the compound type for vehicles comprises an internal combustion engine (2), a turbine (3), and a transmission (4) arranged between the turbine (3) and a crankshaft (5) forming part of the eng...  
WO/1991/008377A1
An internal combustion engine includes at least one piston (1) which is reciprocably received in a cylinder (2) which is coupled to a rotary output shaft (17) by a coupling (5, 22) which converts reciprocal movement of the piston into ro...  
WO/1991/005945A1
The engine comprises a connection tube (3) for the recollection of the gases not completely burnt during the explosion in a cylinder (1), and said gases are sent to a further cylinder (2) which at the same time aspires only the air or a ...  
WO/1990/015919A1
The present invention relates to an arrangement for an internal combustion engine. The engine is of the kind which has a number of working cylinders (1, 2, 3, 4), each of which communicating with a corresponding auxiliary cylinder (5, 6,...  
WO/1990/014509A1
A power transmission of a turbocompound engine which recovers exhaust heat energy as the power source using an exhaust heat recovery turbine (2) rotated by an exhaust gas discharged from an engine (1) and transmits it to a crank shaft (1...  
WO/1990/012203A1
A connecting rod for an internal-combustion, steam or the like, engine, having hydraulic means (2, 3, 5) for converting the reciprocating motion of engine piston to the rotating motion of crankshaft. The hydraulic connecting rod includes...  
WO/1990/012202A1
A rear crank mechanism consists of a rear crankshaft (11) as an engine output shaft, a rear crank serving also as a flywheel (12), and a rear crank connecting shaft (10). A front crank (13) is provided on the inner side of the rear crank...  
WO/1990/009515A1
This invention relates to a power transmission of turbo-compound engines, adapted to transmit the power generated by a waste heat recovery turbine to a power system of an engine without using a fluid coupling. In this power transmission ...  
WO/1990/006424A1
A rotary internal combustion engine (10) wherein the cylinders (31) making up the engine block (13) are radially disposed in a common plane and rotate with the output shaft (110). The engine block rotates within a surrounding cam surface...  
WO/1990/005862A1
In order to improve the organic engine efficiency and the polluting characteristics, as regards the present engines, I propose a new type of crank mechanism - ''four dead centers crank mechanism'' - which has the following most important...  
WO/1990/003504A1
In a crankshaft arrangement, bearings are arranged on the eccentrics of the crankshaft, and other cranks are supported on the bearings. The rotation of these cranks on the corresponding eccentrics is coupled with the rotation of the cran...  
WO/1990/001647A1
In order to improve thermodynamic and organic engine efficiency as regards the present engines, there is proposed a new type of crank mechanism - "Double Upside Down Crank Mechanism" - which has the following characteristics: piston moti...  
WO/1989/009873A1
In the power transmission according to the present invention for an internal combustion engine (2) provided with a supercharger (1), the exhaust gas energy sent out from a turbine (T) in the supercharger (1) is recovered by a waste heat ...  
WO/1989/007705A1
This invention relates to an output increasing structure for piston-crank type internal combustion engines, and more particularly to an output increasing structure for piston-crank type engines, provided with a connecting rod (101) the u...  
WO/1988/008922A1
A driving or working engine, in particular an internal combustion engine, having at least one cylinder and a piston which moves axially in the latter and is connected to the crankshaft by an upper section of the connecting rod and a lowe...  
WO/1988/008095A1
A crank disk (4) with peripheral toothing (5) is supported rotationally on a pin (2) integral with the case. A planetary gear-wheel (12) is supported rotationally and eccentrically on the crank disk (4). The planetary gear wheel (4) inte...  
WO/1988/007620A1
In a reciprocating piston engine, a torque is exerted through the cylinders, pistons and connecting rod on the lever arm formed by the bend in the crankshaft or a force is exerted on the pistons through the lever arm formed by the bend i...  
WO/1988/005862A1
An internal combustion engine having a pair of opposed pistons in a block has a piston connected to a respective crankshaft. A gear train synchronizes the speed and relative angular relationship between the crankshafts. A timing actuator...  
WO/1988/004356A1
In a crank mechanism, in particular for alternating-piston engines, comprising a principal axis (2) and with at least one connecting rod (1), of which one end portion moves on a straight trajectory and whose other end portion has a rotat...  

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