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HIGH EFFICIENCY INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE

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A method for use in generating power in an internal combustion engine includes controlling a flow of a gas having an initial temperature and an initial pressure to a combustion chamber of the engine by a controller through an intake mechanism to provide a first mass of the gas to the chamber. The combustion chamber is expanded from a minimum volume to a maximum volume in an intake stroke. The maximum volume of the chamber exceeds a maximum compression volume of the chamber. The first mass of the gas in the chamber has a first pressure and a first temperature at the maximum compression volume. The chamber is reduced to the compression volume from the maximum volume in a compression stroke.
The compression volume is about a volume of the chamber such that the first mass of the gas at the first pressure and the first temperature in the chamber is less than a maximum mass detonating with a fuel by the end of the compression stroke in a gasoline engine. In the case of a diesel engine, the compression volume is about a volume of the chamber such that the first mass of the gas at the first pressure and the first temperature in the chamber is greater than a minimum mass self-igniting with a fuel by the end of the compression stroke. The expansion of the chamber from the compression volume to the maximum volume during the intake stroke and the compression of the chamber to the compression volume during the compression stroke includes a process which is about adiabatic and about reversible.
The gas has a second pressure and a second temperature during the process which are lower than the initial temperature and the initial pressure. A mixture of the gas and the fuel in the chamber is ignited to expand the chamber from the minimum volume to the maximum volume in a power stroke. The chamber is reduced to the minimum volume from the maximum volume in an exhaust stroke and exhaust gas and burned fuel are exhausted resulting from the igniting into a surrounding ambient environment. The chamber is expanded from the minimum volume to the maximum volume in a next intake stroke and the flow of the gas is controlled to provide the first mass of the gas to the chamber during the next intake stroke.


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AB Engine Incorporated is proposing a unique opportunity to internal combustion gasoline and diesel engine designers as well as manufacturers to possess the patented design method that allows for the most efficient internal combustion engine theoretically possible.

With patent priority as of May 29, 2007, this IP portfolio covers multiple possible patent infringements and allows for 13 more years of proprietary design in the vast market where internal combustion engines are used. Mimicking efficiency of the theory behind the Atkinson engine method, the AB Engine method provides the same or greater fuel efficiency for gasoline and diesel based engines without the mechanical complications associated with the Atkinson design. The uniquely designed and electronically controlled intake valves provide enormous variety in engine optimization options related to fuel efficiency and power output. The IP package also protects a unique engine configuration with exhaust gases heat recovery and a single electrical or mechanical output, giving an opportunity to the engine designer to further increase an engine’s efficiency and power output.

This is a unique opportunity for those conducting business related to engines in the automotive, marine and electric generators industries as well as numerous other areas where engines are in use.

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NOVELTY
TECHNIQUES (METHODS) TO OPTIMIZE EXISTING INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE’S EFFICIENCY AND PERFORMANCE

IMPORTANCE
STRATEGIC IP FOR AUTO, POWER GENERATOR, MACHINERY, AND SHIP BUILDING ENGINE MANUFACTURERS and DESIGNERS

FUEL-EFFICIENT INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE
Since it was first developed more than a century ago, the performance of internal combustion engines (ICE) has suffered from low thermal efficiency mostly due to the low compression-expansion ratios of burnt fuels. AB Engine Incorporated introduces an innovative method that more efficiently converts thermal energy from burned gas, gasoline and diesel fuels into mechanical energy without exceeding the constraints of conventional ICE designs (e.g., Otto and Miller)

VALUE PROPOSITION
The disclosed portfolio describes the most efficient ICE engine theoretically possible, proposing a method that will increase efficiency 20-45% over existing ICE technology. In addition to improvements in fuel efficiency, the AB Engine method reduces noise, engine temperature and exhaust gas pressure, while increasing linear output power with respect to RPM. Moreover, the AB Engine is compatible with different fuel types and intake gas conditions, as well as the Hybrid and Turbocharged engine designs. The AB Engine improves both fuel efficiency and performance without the disadvantages of alternative designs (e.g. Otto, Miller and Atkinson) which involve complex mechanical solutions.
Priority Date: 05-29-2007


List of “IP”
The IP portfolio is a bundle of US and China patents and a European patent application related to the same invention:

1. US patent #8,086,386
Title: "High efficiency Internal Combustion engine”
Inventor: Alexander Bakharev
Priority: U.S. Serial No. 12/129,595 (3136.001), filed May 29, 2008, which claims priority to U.S. Prov. Appl. No. 60/940,646, filed May 29, 2007
U.S. Serial No.: 13/300,133

2. U.S. Continuation Patent #8,396,645 March 12, 2013
Title: HIGH EFFICIENCY INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE
Inventor: Alexander Bakharev
Priority: U.S. Serial No. 12/129,595 (3136.001), filed May 29, 2008, which claims priority to U.S. Prov. Appl. No. 60/940,646, filed May 29, 2007
U.S. Serial No.: 13/300,133

3. European Application “High efficiency Internal Combustion engine” No. 08769823.9 filed December 28, 2009 based on PCT Appl. No. PCT/US2008/065161 filed May 29, 2008
4. Chinese Patent # ZL 2008 8 0100951.9. November 14, 2012 based on Application “High efficiency Internal Combustion engine” No. 200880100951.9 international filling date January 29, 2010 based on PCT Appl. No. PCT/US2008/065161 filed May 29, 2008

The patents and patent application are all assigned to AB Engine Incorporated. The buyer has to send the owner (company or person) all requested information including the address where documents have to be sent and whom to transfer the patents and patent application ownership to. The ownership transfer will be managed by the AB Engine Incorporated patent counsel:

Heslin Rothenberg Farley & Mesiti P.C.
Attorney at Law Victor Cardona
5 Columbia Circle
Albany, New York, 12203
Telephone: +1 (518) 452-5600
Fax: +1 (518) 452-5579







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