Kashmerick, DOD developing new 6-cycle engine

03/5/2013 | Manufacturing.net

Kashmerick Engine Systems and the Department of Defense are developing a six-cycle engine that provides flexible fuel capability, the possibility of lower emissions, better thermodynamic efficiency and less noise. The K6-Cycle System could eventually create a reduced carbon footprint for smaller utility engines, making it a good alternative to four-cycle engines.

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