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S mall B usiness I nnovation R esearch. The Regenerated Diesel Engine. The ReJen Company Bishop, CA. INNOVATION. A reciprocating internal combustion engine operating on a regenerated cycle. ACCOMPLISHMENTS

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Small

Business

Innovation

Research

The Regenerated Diesel Engine

The ReJen Company

Bishop, CA

INNOVATION

A reciprocating internal combustion engine operating on a regenerated cycle

  • ACCOMPLISHMENTS
  • Several designs have been developed and components tested, preliminary to the fabrication and testing of a technology demonstrator engine
  • Analyses indicate exceptional fuel efficiency, very high Brake Mean Effective Pressure (BMEP) with low peak cylinder pressures, and the potential for reduced emissions

The Regenerated Barrel Cam Aircraft Engine

  • COMMERCIALIZATION
  • Continuing R&D under several commercial and U.S. government (NASA & Navy) contracts
  • Joint venture arranged with Alvin Lowi & Assoc. for development of a barrel cam version of this engine
  • Strategic partnership developed with Caterpillar, Inc.
  • On-going R&D and patent development financial and technical support from Caterpillar, Inc.
  • GOVERNMENT/SCIENCE APPLICATIONS
  • Potential use for general aviation aircraft propulsion and shipboard power generation. Other government stationary power generation and vehicular propulsion applications are also feasible
  • Potential commercial applications include stationary power generation, truck and automotive, ship propulsion, and earthmoving equipment

Glenn Research Center

Aeronautics

3-083

1994 Phase II, NAS3-27841, 2/02

NASA Contact – Bruce Bream

Company Contact – Allan Ferrenberg

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