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AIR CAR. email us for more reports [email protected] INTRODUCTION. Air Car- Powered by Air Engine. Having Emission Free Piston Engine using Compressed Air as Fuel.

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air car

AIR CAR email us for more reports [email protected] email us for more reports [email protected]

  • Air Car- Powered by Air Engine.
  • Having Emission Free Piston Engine using Compressed Air as Fuel.
  • Gasoline- Main source of Fuel, Very Expensive and Impractical (Environmental Standpoint), Non- Renewable resource, it will eventually run out.
  • One possible alternative is the air-powered car.
  • Air Powered Cars runs on Compressed Air instead of Gasoline.
  • Powered by two cylinder compressed engine. email us for more reports [email protected]

vehicle parts


  • Are Localized Underneath the Vehicle.
  • This Compressed Air Storage System is Safe to Risk of Explosion.
  • Hold 90 cubic meters of air, compressed to 300 bars.
  • Are the same tanks used to carry the liquid gas used by buses for public transport.
  • Are Designed and Officially approved to carry an Explosive Product: Methane gas.
  • Tanks are Not Made of Metals, Rather they are made Of Carbon Fibers.
  • So if Tanks Rupture, They would not Explode, Rather They Would Crack email us for more reports [email protected]

the body
  • Car Body- Built with Fiber and Injected Foam.
  • Two main advantages: Cost and Weight.
  • Sheet Steel-Low Cost than Fiber.
  • Fiber is safer.
  • It doesn’t cut like steel.
  • Easier to Repair, glue, doesn’t rust. email us for more reports [email protected]

the air filter
  • Air- Compressed by On Board Compressor Or Service Stations Equipped with High-Pressure Compressor.
  • Before compression, Air must be Filtered to get rid of any Impurities.
  • Carbon Filters are used to Eliminate dirt, dust, humidity and abundant abrasive particles.
  • System eliminates and reduces existing Pollution.
  • The Exhaust pipe on the Air-Powered Cars produces clean air which is cold on exit (between 15o and 0o) and harmless to human life.
  • The air that comes out of the car is cleaner than the Air that went in. email us for more reports [email protected]

the chassis
  • Chassis- Highly resistant, Light, Aluminium Rods glued together.
  • Aluminium rods Enables to build More Shock-Resistant Chassis than Regular Chassis.
  • The rods are Glued in the Same way as Aircraft.
  • Allowing quick assembly.
  • More secure join than Welding.
  • This System helps to reduce Manufacture Time. email us for more reports [email protected]

technology descreption
  • Piston 1- Takes in Air, Compresses at 300 psi & 200 *F in Compression Chamber During 1st Cycle of Engine.
  • Piston Pauses. Small Amount Of Air is released in Expansion Chamber. It Creates Low Pressure of 140 psi, Low Temperature, Low volume.
  • A High Speed Shutter Connects the Compression & Expansion Chamber.
  • Sudden Pressure & Temperature Difference in the two Chamber creates Pressure Wave in Expansion Chamber, Thus Producing Work that drives the piston to Power the Engine. email us for more reports [email protected]

basic principle
  • Uses an Innovative System to Control the Movement of the Second-Generation Pistons and one single crankshaft.
  • The pistons work in two stages and one intermediate stage of compression and expansion.
  • Engine has two functions:
  • To compress ambient air.
  • To make successive expansions thereby approaching isothermic expansion. email us for more reports [email protected]

CAT’s Engine

Detailed view

  • Compressed air- Stored in Fiber or Glass Fiber Tanks at a Pressure of 4500 psi.
  • Fed through Air Injector to the Engine & flows into a Small chamber, where Expansion occurs.
  • Air Pushes the Piston down & moves the Crankshaft, which gives Power.
  • Car can run on Traditional Fuel in Combination with Air.
  • The change of energy source is controlled electronically.
  • Car Speeds- <60kph,it runs on air. >60kph it runs on a fuel such as gasoline, diesel or natural gas.
  • Tank can be refilled at the nearest Air Pump.
  • Car motors require a small amount of oil (0.8 litres) that has to be changed just every 50,000km. email us for more reports 123seminarsonl[email protected]

articulated con rod
  • The Con-Rod System- Allows the Piston to be held at Top Dead Centre for 70% of the cycle.
  • This way, enough time is given to create the pressure in the cylinder.
  • The torque is also better so the force exerted on the crankshaft is less substantial than in a classic system. email us for more reports [email protected]

gear box
  • Gear Changes are Automatic, Powered by an Electronic system.
  • A computer which controls speed of the car is effectively changing the gears.


  • The Moto-alternator connects the engine to the gearbox.
  • It has many functions:
  • Supports the vehicle’s motor to allow the Tanks to be refilled.
  • As an alternator to produce Brake Power.
  • Starts the Vehicle and Provides Extra Power when necessary. email us for more reports [email protected]

distribution system
  • Engine uses a Simple Electromagnetic Distribution System which controls the flow of Air into the Engine. email us for more reports [email protected]

comparision with competition
COMPARISION WITH COMPETITION email us for more reports [email protected]


1. MPG represents Number of Miles that can be travelled using equivalent Amount of Electrical Energy Compared with a gal of Gasoline.

2. Based on 45% Highway Driving, 55%City driving,15000 miles per year and following fuel prices:

Electricity: $0.08 per kWh ($2.71 per gal of gasoline equivalent)

3.Green house gas emissions expressed in CO2 equivalents.

4.Based on tests conducted.

5.Three minutes through air station or 4 hour, if connected to conventional washer & dryer plug(220V). email us for more reports [email protected]



  • A Spacious Car with Seats which can face different directions.
  • Its Design is based on the Needs of a Typical family.
  • Specifications: Airbag, Air conditioning, 6 seats.
  • Dimensions:3.84m,1.72m,1.75m.
  • Weight:750 kg. Maximum speed:110 km/h, Mileage:200 - 300 km.
  • Max load: 500 Kg.
  • Recharge time: 4 hours (Mains connector) Recharge Time: 3 minutes (Air station) email us for more reports [email protected]

On Board Computer

b van
  • Designed for daily use in industrial, urban or rural environments, whose primary drivers would be tradesmen, farmers and delivery drivers.

Specifications: Airbag, air conditioning,2 seats email us for more reports [email protected]

Steering Wheel

c taxi
  • Inspired by the London Taxi, with numerous ergonomic and comfort advantages for the passenger as well as for the driver.

Specifications: Airbag, air conditioning, 6 seats email us for more reports [email protected]

Steering Wheel

d pick up
  • The “Pleasure" car: designed for excursions, outdoor sports or water sports. Also suitable for tradesmen and small businesses.

Specifications: Airbag, air conditioning, 2 seats email us for more reports [email protected]

e mini cat
  • The smallest and most Innovative: Three seats, Minimal dimensions with the Boot of a saloon.
  • A great challenge for such a small car which runs on compressed air.
  • The Mini Cat is the city car of the future.

Specifications: Airbag, air conditioning, 3 seats

  • Dimensions:2.65m, 1.62m, 1.64m.
  • Weight:750 kg, Maximum speed:110 km/h. Mileage: 200 - 300 km
  • Maximum load: 270 Kg. Recharging time:  4 hours (Mains connector) Recharging time:3 minutes (Air station). email us for more reports [email protected]

  • Fast recharge time.
  • Long storage lifetime Of Air.
  • Potentially lower initial cost than battery electric vehicles when mass production takes place.
  • A Pure Compressed Air Vehicle produces no pollution at the tailpipe.
  • The compressed air engines also offer drivers the option of using fossil fuels or bio-fuels to heat the air as it enters the engine.  
  • Air cars are lighter than conventional cars. email us for more reports [email protected]

  • When Compressor runs on Gasoline, it will create Pollution.
  • One-to-two hour Waiting for the Car's built-in Air Compressor to Compress air could become a problem on cross-country trips.
  • The distance that an Air Car can cover without refueling is crucial because very few filling stations will have compressed air pumps available. email us for more reports [email protected]

  • Air powered cars is a Realization of latest technology in automobile field.
  • It eliminates the use of Non-Renewable fuels.
  • Prevents Pollution caused by Millions of Automobiles all over the world.
  • This could be the future of automobiles and step to a Healthier Environment. email us for more reports [email protected]

THANK YOU email us for more reports [email protected]