Innovative Transmission Mechanisms for Variety of Applications
A Hellenic (Greek) Laboratory, highly specialized in Pure Mechanical Systems, has developed an Innovative Transmission Mechanism with many significant applications and is looking for license agreement and/or technical cooperation agreement and/or Partners involved in the production of the Mechanism and/or its Applications. This Transmission Mechanism (DOT: Distributive Oscillating Transmission) interconnects, in the most effective way, a plurality of Elements with a main Shaft, said Elements and Shaft rotating coaxially around a common axis with different but completely programmable angular velocities. This interconnection is achieved via planetary systems with some non-circular gears which have almost the same mechanical efficiency as the standard ones. The aforementioned Transmission Mechanism can perform literally any desired Cycle, Thermodynamic or not, even one with odd number of asymmetrical strokes, with the greatest possible degree of mechanical efficiency in both directions. One major application of this Transmission Mechanism is an Advanced Internal Combustion Engine (THE: Toroidal Hermetic Engine) with Three Rotating Toroidal Pistons, performing in the simplest possible way an almost Ideal Thermodynamic Cycle: - Intake (of pure air-fuel mixture or mixed with exhaust gas, if necessary), - Compression (up to any desired Compression Ratio), - Combustion (Isochoric, for any desired Period, almost exactly or exactly, if necessary), - Expansion (for any desired Period, with Volume, continuously, up to any desired multiple of Intake Volume), - Exhaust (down to any desired Volume, even zero Volume, if necessary), - MetaStathmeusis (with/without cooling/cleaning procedure, for any desired Period, or even zero Period, if necessary). From another point of view, this Internal Combustion Engine could be the main and the most adaptive Platform for a Compact Hybrid Engine. Other applications are Hydraulic Pumps or Motors, Pneumatic Pumps or Motors, Refrigeration Machines, Stirling Engines and Electric Generators or Motors. Main Innovative Aspects, concerning the Mechanism and its Applications, are: - Innovative interconnecting Transmission Mechanism performing any desired Kinematic Cycle, - Innovative Internal Combustion Engine performing an almost ideal Thermodynamic Cycle, - Innovative Stirling Engine of high Thermal Efficiency. Following a specific Research Strategy, more than Twenty substantial Parameters (some of them with a number of discrete values greater than two) have been investigated, therefore more than Two Millions of discrete Structural Combinations have been virtually tested one by one. Among these Structural Combinations there are configurations without peripheral slot, or with shorter or even of zero length cantilever of the body of the Pistons, or with a ratio of working volume to total toroidal volume much greater than the one that appears in this Proposal. Although the configuration of this Proposal has performed very well in all the aforementioned virtual tests, there are other configurations perhaps much more promising from a practical point of view and the exhaustive investigation of the commercial potential of all these could be the subject of another Project. There are already Two International Patent Applications (WO/2007/125373 & WO/2009/040588) with excellent Search Reports and Pending Patents.
Sector: Aerospace
Country: Greece
Area of Application: Major Market Applications: - Volumetric Machines in general, - Stationary Internal Combustion Engines, - Engines for Cars, Motorcycles, Trucks, Tractors, - Engines for Crafts, Light Aircrafts, - Stirling Solar Energy Systems, - Stirling Geothermal Systems, - Hydro-Electric Plants, - Wind Power Generators.
Keywords: piston, rotary, engine, hybrid, transmission, thermodynamics, otto, diesel, atkinson, stirling, threee, chidot, synison
Advantages: Significant Advantages, concerning the Mechanism and its Applications, are: - Maximum Mechanical Efficiency (deviation of degree of efficiency of non-circular gears from the one of standard gears less than 0.1%), - Maximum Robustness (all bodies are freely supported at both ends and all toothings are or can be strictly planar), - Maximum Compactness (ratio of working volume to total toroidal volume up to nine to ten - not for the Engines of the Application Examples of both International Applications), - Achievement of any desired Progressiveness, - Capability of Stop-and-Start Operation, - Capability of Very Slow Output without an additional Reduction Unit, - Achievement of excellent Sealing, - Capability of Isochoric Combustion, - Capability of Isobaric Combustion.
Environmental aspects: Cleaner Production , Energy efficiency
Development Status: Laboratory Model
Legal Protection: Patent
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Transfer Terms: Consultancy , Subcontracting , Joint Venture , Technical Services , Technology Licensing , Turnkey, Research Partnerships
Target Countries: , , Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, UK of Great Britain & Northern Ireland (the), Greece, Hungary, Iceland, , India, Islamic Republic of Iran, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea, Democratic People's Republic Of, Kuwait, Latvia, Lebanon, , Lithuania, Luxembourg, Mexico, Moldova Republic Of, Monaco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, , Qatar, Romania, Russian Federation, Saudi Arabia, Scotland, Seychelles, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, , South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan Province Of China, Thailand, United States, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, Vatican City, Bulgaria, Venezuela, Canada, People’s Republic of China, Cyprus
Contact Person: SYNISON Laboratory
Address: 66, Othonos Amalias Street
City: Sparta
Country: Greece
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