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ABSTRACT Introduction:

The OX2engine has only six major components of which only three are moving parts and results in low set-up and production costs, and a simplicity of design that promotes a high level of quality assurance and lower maintenance costs. The OX2 engine's technology can be appropriate from zero to multi-hundred horsepower engines. Any combustible gas or fluid that could be run in an internal combustion engine can be run in the OX2.

The OX2 engine does not use a crankshaft, it has been able to achieve a leverage advantage over a conventional four-stroke engine with a similar stroke. The method used to achieve this unique efficiency is the subject of the engine's patent. The 0X2 is a 4stroke, 1.1-liter internal combustion engine that is 12.8 inches in diameter with a length of 10 inches and a total weight of 175 pounds in normally aspirated form. The compact engine weighs 75 percent less than and is half the size of traditional internal combustion engines. The Ox2 has an output of 39 hp at only 1,065 revs.

How it work:
* OX2 engine: The cylinder block, drive shaft and piston plates rotate inside the engine housing. Lobes on the cam plate push the pistons into the cylinder bores, while igniting the air/fuel mixtures drives the pistons back out and pushes the piston plate rollers along the cam plate track to keep the engine turning. The engine housing contains two spark plugs, two intake ports and two exhaust ports. Each cylinder fires twice during each revolution. * Four-stroke Otto engine: Pistons travel up and down in the engine block and are connected to a crankshaft to convert the vertical motion into rotary motion. Each cylinder fires once every two revolutions of the crankshaft. Air and fuel enter the cylinder via ports in the cylinder heads. * Rotary engine: A rotary engine has no pistons. instead, a triangular shaped rotar spins inside the engine casing. The points of the rotor contact the walls of the housing to create chambers for intake/compression; ignition/power strike and exhaust. Each full revolution of the rotor results in three complete combustion cycles. Rotary engines are compact with high power output, but also are less fuel efficient and produce high levels of hydrocarbons. ENGINE DETAILS Number of Combustion Chambers System Diameter Width Weight Actual Cubic Capacity Leverage Advantage Fuel 8 Cylinders 4 Stroke 12.8 inches / 325 mm 10 inches / 254mm 125 lbs. / 56.8 kilos 66.25 c.i. / 1086 cc 6.6 times a conventional combustion engine Any combustible gas or liquid

Combustion:
The combustion chambers are only slightly longer than the stroke and pistons need only to be thick enough to house the rings. The OX2 contains no piston skirts and the rings are the only contact point with the bore. In effect, at no time do the pistons touch the bore, and nor are they reliant on it for support. This system eliminates loading on the sides of the combustion chambers. The AET 30 Kw Variable Speed Propane Generator exhibited its range of power and performance, though it is an impressive 50 percent less in size and weight compared to its commercial generator industry counterparts. . In addition, it offers the flexibility of being able to run on a variety of fossil fuels including gasoline, diesel, natural gas, liquid propane or methane. The result of pre-ignition is resistance against the crankshaft, which causes a loss of energy.

Piston Speed:
Further, the OX2 piston speed, which is controlled by the fuel burn rate, remains constant throughout the entire power stroke. The inlet and exhaust ports do not open until the exhaust and power strokes respectively have been fully completed.The ports then remain open long enough to ensure maximum operating efficiency. This process enables a more regulated mixture to be introduced prior to firing and also allows the significantly reduced exhaust gases to be expelled efficiently.

Torque:
Another unique feature of the OX2 engine is that it achieves considerable torque at all stages through its operating range. Consequently, in most engine applications there would be no need for the engine to operate at revs higher than 2,500 rpm. In some instances, this would eliminate the need for a gearbox and would certainly reduce engine wear. However, in particular applications, if high engine revs were mandated, the OX2 engine could easily be adapted accordingly. Torque along with 46 horsepower at an approximate operating speed of 700 RPM.

Single Port:
In the OX2 engine, air and fuel are taken in to the combustion chamber through a single port located in the center of the combustion chamber. This port is adaptable and could be the size of the chamber if desired. In the OX2, the port is fully opened for the entire duration of the stroke plus some additional time to allow a full chamber of air and fuel mixture. There is no valve restricting the air/fuel mixture flow and the chamber is convex in shape so the cylinder fully charges with maximum efficiency. Since this single port is also the exhaust port, a heat transfer takes place on intake, cooling the port and seal, while maximizing fuel vaporization in the one simple process. In addition, exhaust gases are also recirculated into the combustion chamber on intake, further assisting in the vaporization of the fuel. ENGINE PARTS The Major parts

Housing Cylinder Block Top Piston Plate Lower Piston Plate Cam Track Drive Shaft

The Moving parts


Cylinder Block Top Piston Plate Lower Piston Plate

Exhaust:
Another aspect of the OX2 engine is designed to have exhaust gases fed back in to the combustion chamber, ensuring that the engine pressure is only slightly below atmospheric pressure - eliminating the majority of the vacuum created. The design ensures that there is no waste of energy fighting vacuum and also allows for optimum compression regardless of the air/fuel delivery. Thus, more fuel is used driving the piston and less is wasted pressuring the combustion chamber. Because of the minute pressure differential, the air/fuel mixture induced in to the cylinder does not drop in temperature. When the heat of recirculated exhaust gases is added, the fuel remains in a gaseous form, thus ensuring an efficient burn from the OX2 engine.

Torque: The OX2 develops very high torque at reasonably low RPMs thusly reducing
wear and enabling better control of the combustion process thereby resulting in better economy and emissions.

Flywheel:
A flywheel is an excellent short-term energy storage device, while a flywheel could be fitted to the OX2 as with any engine: the mass of the rotating block will act as a flywheel.

Advantages of low RPM:


The OX2 develops very high torque at reasonably low RPMs thusly reducing wear and enabling better control of the combustion process thereby resulting in better economy and emissions.

why cant a big cylinder can be used instead of 8 small c ylinder?


1)The main reason is smoothness because it has eight evenly spaced explosions instead of one big explosion. 2)Another reason is starting torque. When you start a V-8 engine, you are only driving two cylinders (1 liter) through their compression strokes, but with one big cylinder you would have to compress 4 liters instead.

Advantage: Fuel Efficient,Low Emissions, Smaller, Higher Power to Weight Ratio,


LightWeight, Multi-Fueled, Inexpensive.

Conclusion:
Thus ox2 engine gives more torque and horse power at smaller rpm itself when compare to other engines. In addition, it offers the flexibility of being able to run on a variety of fossil fuels including gasoline, diesel, natural gas, liquid propane or methane. With its expected higher power-to-weight ratio, multi-fuel capacity and anticipated low emissions and fuel efficiency, the 0X2 has a practical and much needed application in the commercial and industrial generator markets.

IN THE NEWS
Press Releases on January, 24 , 2008. LOS ANGELES (January 24, 2008) Advanced Engine Technologies, Inc., (AENG.PK) reported at its Annual Shareholder Meeting in December 2007, that it has achieved a performance milestone for its OX2 engine by reaching over 300 ft. lbs. of torque along with 46 horsepower at an approximate operating speed of 700 RPM. The AET 30 Kw Variable Speed Propane Generator exhibited its range of power and performance, though it is an impressive 50 percent less in size and weight compared to its commercial generator industry counterparts. LOS ANGELES (April 22, 2004) - Advanced Engine Technologies Inc. (OTCBB: AENG) announced today that testing and developmental progress on the OX2 engine continues as scheduled. As presented at the companys annual shareholder meeting in Los Angeles, California in November 2003, the current OX2 engine continues to out perform each of its previous test engines in overall horsepower and torque.

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