RTU MIREA student created the first revolutionary motor in the world


Makar Klimov, RTU MIREA student, presented the motor of a new bi-rotor internal combustion engine with an increased efficiency (input-output rate) at the stand of the All-Russian Society of Inventors and Innovators of the III Congress of Young Scientists.

Thanks to the student’s participation in the key event of the Decade of Science and Technology, the Central Scientific Research Automobile and Automotive Engine Institute “NAMI”, manufacturer of the Russian Aurus brand of luxury and high-class cars, became the first interested party in the unique engine.

The revolutionary engine offers low cost and a simplified design with the ability to use any type of fuel. The development is twice as superior to classic gasoline analogues. Conventional engines currently have an efficiency rate of up to 40%, which demonstrates the significant advantages of the young scientist’s development.

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