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Rotary Engine

Rotary Engine

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the engine differs greatly from the traditional reciprocating engine. a single rotor will fire 3 times during one revolution as opposed to once every two revolutions and once revolution for alternative designs. Advantages: more power by dinn Sep 11

this engine differs greatly from the traditional reciprocating engine. a single rotor will fire 3 times per revolution oppose to once every two revolutions or once every revolution for alternative designs Advantages: more power, no moving parts in, linear motion, few moving parts disadvantages: less thermally efficient resulting in poor fuel consumption, issues with early engines because the rotor tips would break by niallbuick Sep 11

This engine differs greatly from the traditional receptacle engine. A single rotor will fire 3 times during one revolution as opposed to once every two revolutions and once every revolution for alternative design. Advantages - more powerful, one moving part, linear motion in tact, less moving parts than a conventional engine. Disadvantages - Less thermally efficient resulting in poor fuel consumption, issues in early engines with regard to rotor tips. by georgelittlewood Sep 11

the rotary engine this engine differs greatly from the traditional reciprocating engine. a single rotar will fire 3 times during one revolution as opposed to once every two revolutions and once every revolution for alternative designs. advantages are more power , no moving parts in linear motion , in fact less moving parts all together. disadvantages less thermally efficient resulting in poor fuel consumption. issues on early engines with regard to rotor tips by jakecook Sep 11

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