Heat Regenerative External Combustion Engine.
Patent, Filed 23 Mar 93, patented 19 Oct 93,
DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY WASHINGTON DC
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A heat regenerative external combustion engine is disclosed herein. The engine includes fuel inlet means which extends along the exhaust passage andor combustion chamber in order to preheat the fuel, To provide for preheating by gases in both the combustion chamber and the exhaust passage, the combustion chamber is arranged annularly around the drive shaft and between the cylinders. This configuration also is advantageous in that it reduces the noise of combustion. The engine of the invention is particularly well-suited for use in a torpedo.
- Reciprocating and Rotating Engines
- Combustion and Ignition