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CFP1: Liquid Fueled MEMS Enabled 1.5cc Rotary Engine Power System (REPS)

Project ID CFP1
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Last Updated Tue 2006-Feb-21 12:53:50
Abstract The goal of the 1.5cc Rotary Engine Power System (REPS) project is to develop and fabricate a small-scale portable power generation device capable of producing 50-200W. Power will be generated using a Wankel rotary engine operating with liquid hydrocarbon fuels, allowing for a higher specific energy density than batteries of comparable size. This project also serves as a development platform for a wide range of MEMS sensors and actuators. These system are currently being developed in order to monitor and control the engine, optimizing the device performance and efficiency.
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IAB Research Area Micropower
Researcher(s) Andrew Cardes, Bennett Sprague, Sang-won Park, Chris McCoy, David C. Walther
Advisor(s) Albert P. Pisano, Carlos Fernandez-Pello
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