A.C.N.: 115 621 317
1 / 23

- PowerPoint PPT Presentation

  • Uploaded on

A.C.N.: 115 621 317 Admin Office: PO Box 8203  Gold Coast Mail Centre  QLD  9726 Research Centre: 30/19 Warehouse Road  Southport  QLD 4215 Phone: (07) 5531 6059        Fax: (07) 5531 6997 Web: www.revetec.com            Email: admin@revetec.com

I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
Download Presentation

PowerPoint Slideshow about '' - albert

An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript
Slide1 l.jpg

A.C.N.: 115 621 317

Admin Office: PO Box 8203  Gold Coast Mail Centre  QLD  9726

Research Centre: 30/19 Warehouse Road  Southport  QLD 4215

Phone: (07) 5531 6059        Fax: (07) 5531 6997

Web: www.revetec.com            Email: admin@revetec.com

Slide3 l.jpg

Our World has become dependant on Fossil based fuels and until there is a viable alternative found, we must maximise our reserves, and reduce the carbon footprint we are causing on our planet.

With a rise in population and increased demands for Power and Transportation, there is a Global Climate Change which must be addressed now!

Slide4 l.jpg

Crude oil is predicted to surge to over US$200 a barrel by 2012.

This will cause US fuel prices will climb to well over US$7 a gallon, and Australian fuel prices over AUD$3.50 a litre by 2012.

Slide5 l.jpg

An average driver uses around 19.5USgal or 74litres of fuel a week.

The average weekly fuel bill is predicted to exceed US$136 in the USA and AUD$259 in Australia by the year 2012.

Slide6 l.jpg

Existing gasoline engines are only approximately 26-30% efficient.

There needs to be a major change in engine design to improve this poor efficiency level, and high fuel usage.

Slide7 l.jpg

Revetec has been working on the solution. It’s here… and it’s proven!

The Revetec engine transfers power from the piston to the flywheel more effectively providing increased fuel efficiency.

Slide8 l.jpg

We recently performed independent testing at the Orbital Australia test facility.

The Revetec engine has achieved a best BSFC figure of 207g/(kW-h) or 39.5% efficiency in recent independent testing.

Slide9 l.jpg

Better fuel economy usually means less performance… Australia test facility.

At a recent test day of our X4v2 engine, we demonstrated the high torque/low revs characteristics of our latest engine.

Executive summary l.jpg
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY and from 1,500rpm.

  • REVETEC have optimised the least efficient aspect of the traditional ICE i.e. the bottom end of the internal combustion engine.

  • The crank shaft has been replaced by a patented mechanism that has effectively revolutionised engine efficiency.

  • The engine has been independently tested and verified by world leading engine testing facility ORBITAL for fuel efficiency.

  • The independent test verified that the prototype engine without any of the ‘gizmos’ of an optimised engine design has a BSFC of 207g/(kW-h).


    • High torque characteristics;

    • Greater fuel efficiency;

    • Better driveability;

    • Compact in design;

    • Multiple configurations;

    • Easily manufactured.

Slide12 l.jpg

BACKGROUND and from 1,500rpm.

  • This Australian invention has been under development for over 10 years

  • It is not a radical engine design, it effectively has a revised bottom end (no crank shaft) in the form of a tri-lobe design http://www.revetec.com/development.htm

  • REVETEC were recently awarded a Federal Government Grant of $1 Million to develop the X4 engine. They developed a radial aviation engine as opposed to an automotive engine as the grant was specifically for aviation engine technology

  • The purpose of the testing was to prove the efficiency of the tri-lobe concept; the next phase of development is to develop an automotive engine version with an OEM

Slide13 l.jpg

BACKGROUND and from 1,500rpm.

  • Due to the inherent design of the tri-lobe architecture, the REVETEC engine is smaller & lighter compared to standard internal combustion engines

  • The X4 has been tested on a three wheel trike for driveability refer to link http://www.revetec.com/gallery_video.htm

  • The REVETEC engine is still in prototype phase, the next phase is commercialisation via the development of a specific engine for an OEM

  • Existing Internal Combustion Technology (ICE) is fundamentally inefficient because its key component, the crankshaft, delivers torque in a narrow band.

  • REVETEC’S technology widens the engine torque band and increases the efficiency over a wider RPM range.

Slide14 l.jpg

BACKGROUND and from 1,500rpm.

  • Unique Selling Points:

    • 30% energy savings;

    • 40% reduction in fuel consumption;

    • 40% reduction in emissions for any given fuel.

  • REVETEC engine can be used in engines using petrol, diesel, natural gas, methane, ethanol, CNG, LPG and JP8;

  • The engine can be used in Automotive, Light Aircraft, Marine and Generators etc;

  • Lower Manufacturing costs due to less and smaller components – the car industry operates on very low margins and the slightest cost saving will produce a marked advantage.

  • Slide15 l.jpg

    Introducing and from 1,500rpm.the newRevetec “X”Seriesengine.

    Slide16 l.jpg

    E and from 1,500rpm.3 + P





    Slide17 l.jpg

    THE DNA OF THE REVETEC ENGINE and from 1,500rpm.

    Slide18 l.jpg

    Testing Results and from 1,500rpm.

    • The engine has achieved a repeatable BSFC figure of 212g/kW-h (38.6% engine efficiency) with a best figure of 207g/kW-h (39.5%)

    • What is BSFC? It is the Holy Grail of engine efficiency, it is the true and trusted TEST for engine efficiency

    • A typical best value for BSFC for a Petrol engine is 270g/kW and that a Diesel engine has a BSFC of 200g/Kw*

    • The REVETEC engine as tested by Orbital does not have a sophisticated top end, it does not feature VVT-i, Direct Injection or anything else; there is huge potential to improve the efficiency even further.


    Slide19 l.jpg

    HYBRID POTENTIAL and from 1,500rpm.

    • With its high levels of efficiency the REVETEC engine is ideally suited to form part of a HYBRID engine system

    • The Achilles Heel of most Hybrid systems is the inefficiency of the petrol/diesel engine. An OEM could effectively marry this technology with an existing electric motor system and develop a Hybrid platform that will redefine efficiency and drivability.

    Slide20 l.jpg

    HOW CAN YOU HELP? and from 1,500rpm.

    • Automotive manufacturers based in Detroit have affiliates based in Australia (GM, Ford & Toyota);

    • The Australian Federal Government has on offer a $500 Million Green Car R&D grant;

    • The OEM’s based in Australia could tap into the above Green fund and utilise resources based in Australia to develop the REVETEC engine as part of a Hybrid system;

    • We ask that you assist REVETEC in establishing contacts with these OEM’s for the purpose of commercialisation.

    Slide21 l.jpg

    SUMMARY and from 1,500rpm.

    • The REVETEC engine is: lighter, smaller and offers arguably class leading levels of engine efficiency;

    • In its prototype phase, without a sophisticated top end, the engine achieved just under 40% efficiency;

    • This engine technology has cross platform applicability via a host of engine platforms including: marine, aviation, pumps etc, the cost of commercialising the engine can be amortised across a broad range of products.

    Slide22 l.jpg

    SUMMARY and from 1,500rpm.

    • Given its early stages of development, an OEM has the opportunity to secure this REVETEC technology and develop independently;

    • Opportunity for an OEM to secure funds from the Australian Federal Government to develop this engine through the Green Fund Grant that is being offered;

    • Most importantly, QLD ingenuity has the potential to offer huge savings on fuel usage, reduce carbon footprint and provide a better future (plus the fact that the idea was born and bred in QLD).

    Slide23 l.jpg

    THANK YOU and from 1,500rpm.