adiabatic engine

adiabatic engine

[¦ad·ē·ə¦bad·ik ′en·jən]
(mechanical engineering)
A heat engine or thermodynamic system in which there is no gain or loss of heat.
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[3.] Kamo, R., Bryzik, W., and Glance, P., "Adiabatic Engine Trends-Worldwide," SAE Technical Paper 870018, 1987, https://doi.org/10.4271/870018.
Solaroli claims to hold a breakthrough patent on a "pseudo adiabatic engine" that is more than twice as efficient as conventional engine technology.
"The company was started at a time when there was a great deal of hype surrounding ceramics, when designers were dreaming of the adiabatic engine running at a very high temperature that would cause the oil to break down," says Klatt.
An adiabatic engine, by definition, is an engine in which no heat is added or subtracted during a thermodynamic cycle.
This also suggests the direction of further development of an optimally adiabatic engine (compared to previous all-ceramic combustion systems) having the potential for additional thermal efficiency improvement.
and Kamo, R., "TACOM/Cummins Adiabatic Engine Program," SAE Technical Paper 830314, 1983, doi: 10.4271/830314.
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