Posts Tagged ‘gas’

Diesel-Fueled Engines

When one considers that a multi-MW natural gas or diesel-fueled reciprocating engine is >4 times larger than an equivalent output Linear Engine (and a natural gas turbine engine is >2-times larger) and twice as expensive – it becomes evident that the much-smaller Linear Engine-based U.S. Megawatts Generator will enjoy substantial cost and weight savings compared […]

Sprague Gear Transmission

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Instead of using a centrifugal or piston-type compressor, the Linear Engine-based U.S. Megawatts Generator employs a twin-screw multistage compressor whose specifications confirm that 20% of the Linear Engine’s gross power output will be consumed by the parasitic load of the screw compressor. This equals half of the parasitic energy needed to compress air in  a […]

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