Neither electric nor hydrogen vehicles. The most efficient combustion engine already exists, and it’s absolutely amazing

Making combustion vehicle engines truly efficient could help prevent them from disappearing

The most efficient combustion engine already exists
Great strides are being made in the right direction in drive engines

Normally, all the news we usually see about vehicles has to do with the progress of electric vehicles and the anticipation of hydrogen vehicles. Slowly, these two options have been designed as the most viable compared to the traditional combustion model. However, vehicles powered by fossil fuels refuse to leave the market, and they certainly offer very remarkable efficiency. In fact, there are still many companies betting on the combustion engine, and one of them is Avadi, which has launched an engine that can be very useful for very different fields.

An engine with fewer parts: more simplicity, greater efficiency

The Avadi MA-250 is an engine that promises to revolutionize this type of combustion mechanism. According to Avadi itself, the company has managed to make a 4-stroke and rotary engine that uses only half the components of what a traditional engine usually uses. In this way, the system is much more efficient both thermally – doubling that of traditional engines – and in terms of simplicity.

The good news is that this vehicle can be used for absolutely everything. It is a very interesting option for the automotive sector, especially focusing on mopeds and motorcycles. But the question does not stop there, since it could be the future engine that integrates many aerial reconnaissance drones, agricultural equipment or light aircraft. In this way, the applications are multiple and their efficiency is remarkable. As for cars, it can be useful for electric vehicles in helping them generate power.

It is a very scalable system, so its applications are very varied, but what is clear is that its design is the key to everything. It features a single rotating piston with two self-balancing and counter-rotating connecting rods. In addition, it eliminates the crankshaft along the way, a part that generally significantly helps the wear of engines due to the friction it produces in the engine. This extends the service life of the combustion mechanism and allows it to be extended over time. Although, it is true that today’s engines are already quite reliable and have a quite remarkable durability.

In general, the key is in the reduction of parts, which means that it weighs half of a conventional engine, about ten kilos.

The combustion engine is not dead nor is it giving its last swan song. Everything points to the fact that it could undergo a significant revitalization seeing that the electric car market has fallen significantly in demand. Something that could already be seen in the case of Volkswagen, which would be allocating a third of its investments to the combustion engine.

While the electric car has not yet taken off, the hydrogen engine has not yet arrived and everything indicates that it has a long time to develop until it can mean the revolution that all users are waiting for their utility vehicles. In this way, the sector is in a rather complex moment in which renewal is the only option, but there are several really important ways to do so.



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