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MEMS REPS Rotary Engine Power System
     
 
Albert Pisano, P.I.
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The goal of the MEMS Rotary Engine Power System (MEMS REPS) is to develop an autonomous, commercially viable, portable power system based on an integrated AC generator and rotary internal combustion engine. This engine will have an energy density of 2300 W-hr/kg with a continuous power output of 30mW, which represents a 5x to 16x increase over commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) batteries (alkaline, lithium-ion and zinc-air).

The design also allows for rapid field implementation in a variety of applications requiring localized power generation in the range of 10 to 500 milliwatts. Applications include interconnected sensor networks or land warrior power supplies. In Figure 1 is shown a MEMS REPS power pack that is suitable for use in a mobile phone.

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MEMS Electro-magnetic Valve-Process Development
ARCTIC: A Rotary Compressor Thermally Insulated microCooler
MEMS Rotary Engine Power System / Engine Fluid Management System
Ignition at the Microscale for Miniaturized Internal Combustion Engines
Liquid Fueled MEMS Enabled 1.5cc Rotary Engine Power System (REPS)
MEMS Rotary Engine Power System (MEMS REPS)
MEMS Rotary Engine Power System / Engine Fabrication
MEMS REPS: Assembly of a MEMS Compressed Air Expander Unit
MEMS Rotary Engine Power System / Integrated Generator
MEMS REPS: MEMS Fuel Vapor Delivery by Flow Rectification
MEMS Rotary Engine Power System / Soft Magnetic Pole Integration
Silicon Carbide–Coated Microcomponents for the Rotary Engine–Based Power System

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UC Berkeley's MEMS Rotary Engine Website

 

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