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Emissions: 

The worldwide usage of two-stroke and four-stroke internal combustion engines does not meet the emissions requirements of most nations, and there is no immediate solution for high emissions causing undesirable levels of "air pollution."  Even adding processes such as catalytic converters, the engines still produce excessive amounts of hydrocarbons (HC) relative to national standards.  All internal combustion engines contribute  to the "air pollution" problems, but this engine contributes substantially less than other internal combustion engine is use.

 

Russell Bourke's Claim:  Exhaust components were carbon dioxide and water vapor.

 

Bourke Engine Project L.L.C. Documented test results from the Roger Richard prototype engine:  The test instrument used was a Hamilton Standard, Auto Sense, Model CUISNY 9000 Exhaust Gas Analyzer.  This analyzer can detect 10 ppm of carbon Monoxide (CO) and none was detected.  The analyzer detected 80 ppm of (HC).  These test results will be further certified as part of phase two of this project.

 

Exhaust Temperature

Russell Bourke's Claim:  Matches could be held in the exhaust without igniting.

 

Bourke Engine Project L.L.C. Documented test results from the Roger Richard prototype engine:  A digital thermometer probe was inserted directly into the exhaust gases.  All readings were around 200F with the lowest temperature obtained thus far at 196F.  These tests will be further certified as part of phase one of this project.

 

Multi-Fuel Capable

Russell Bourke's Claim:  The engine will run on any low grade fuel (Diesel, Jet Fuel/Kerosene, Home Heating Oil, Brown Distillate, Ect.)

 

Bourke Engine Project L.L.C. Documented test results from the Roger Richard prototype engine:  Although not all low grades of fuel have been tested, the engine will run on all low grades of fuel that have been tested thus far.  The testing of various low grades of fuel will continue with Roger's prototype and will be further certified as part of phase one of this project.

 


 

   
 
 
 

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