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    Although a clever design which is closely related to the roatary, it would not be powerful enough to run many large appliances using only compressed air. Using it for smaller appliance's would be a good idea, such as the chainsaw featured, although I didn't see if there were any power outage statistics?



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    The engineers are working on a combustion one. Which would produce alot of power I bet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allen View Post
    The engineers are working on a combustion one. Which would produce alot of power I bet.
    oh sh.it yeah,
    problem is, will it be better than the rotary engines used in cars and aircraft? or any other small based engine....
    If the quasturbine doesnt go better then rotary on combustion, than it's a waste of time researching and designing.



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    I have faith in it.

    On that sit they have a car running a quasiturbine off compressed air.

    It will be very practical for cars when they figure out a combustion type
    Last edited by Allen; 05-19-2007 at 02:28 AM.

 

 

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