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High-efficiency hybrid cycle

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High-efficiency hybrid cycle

The high-efficiency hybrid cycle (HEHC) is a new 4-stroke thermodynamic cycle combining elements of the Otto cycle, Diesel cycle, Atkinson cycle and Rankine cycle.[1]

HEHC engines

The 3rd generation design of the LiquidPiston Engine currently in development is the only engine currently designed around the HEHC. It is a rotary combustion engine.[2]


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  2. ^ LiquidPiston Engine Technology

External links

  • LiquidPiston Inc. The company designing the first HEHC-based engine.
  • MIT News article: "Small engine packs a punch" (December 5, 2014)
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