Some technical solutions for engines, transmissions, flyers etc.
DVVA : a mechanical Desmodromic Variable Valve Actuation system; more desmodromic than Ducati Desmo (which is non-variable); way more variable than BMW's valvetronic, Toyota's valvematic, Nissan's VVEL.
HyDesmo : the hydraulic system is used not only for the opening (as in the MultiAir / TwinAir / UniAir of FIAT / Alfa Romeo / Chrysler / INA / Schaeffler ) but also for the closing of the valves, eliminating the valve springs, reducing the mass of the valve assembly, shifting the rev limit and the peak power higher.
PatAir : adding neither complication nor cost, it provides all the modes of the MultiAir / UniAir / TwinAir of FIAT / INA plus an infinity of additional "Outgoing Air Control" modes that improve the fuel efficiency at partial loads / low-medium revs wherein a car engine works most of the time.
VVA Roller : mechanical; throttle-less; valve lift continuously variable from 0mm (idling at 330rpm) to 12mm; it cannot compete the DVVA, however it pulls strongly from 1,000rpm all the way to 9,000rpm (as in the video) wherein the rev limiter is set to protect the rest engine.
OPRE : as a REM (Range Extender Module for electric cars) it is more vibration free and more fuel efficient than FEV and AVL rotary Wankel REMs.
With the OPRE propulsion unit the delicate frame of a small airplane gets rid of reaction torque and of inertia and combustion vibrations.
Portable Flyer : neither vibrations, nor reaction torque, nor gyroscopic rigidity, only a force: a force that can "instantly" and effortlessly be vectored towards the desirable direction, allowing simple and easy control over the flight.
PatOP : with one only cylinder and a pair of opposed pistons, it is more vibration free and more fuel efficient than the two opposed cylinders / two pairs of opposed pistons OPOC engine of Bill Gates / Ecomotors, comprising some 50% fewer parts and consuming less lubricant; with simpler, and more reliable, Variable Capacity for multicylinders.
Asymmetric Timing 2-Stroke : with properly shaped piston and connecting rod, the transfer and the intake of the simplest two-stroke get as asymmetric as desirable.
PatPortLess : without ports on the cylinder liner, this through-scavenged 2-stroke engine consumes less lubricant than the 4-strokes.
PatMar : it offers to the giant Sulzer, MAN, Wartsila and Mitsubishi 2-strokes (i.e. to the most efficient stand-alone machines) 4-stroke lubrication, 4-stroke lubricant consumption and 4-stroke scuffing resistance.
Rotary Valve : a pair of oppositely acting fronts firmly secured to each other covers and uncovers a pair of oppositely arranged ports of the combustion chamber, leaving the bearings of the rotary valve rid of loads.
Continuously Variable Transmission : the over-clamping reduction of the V-belt at partial loads and overdrive (i.e. wherein a scooter operates most of the time) saves a lot of fuel and extends belt's life.
PatHead VCR : simpler, cheaper, quieter, more compact, more lightweight and more robust than SAAB, Toyota etc Variable Compression Ratio systems.
Rotary Engine : cat-and-mouse; each rotor-piston provides power from both ends; a pair of oblique power shafts are driven by the rotor-pistons through concentric Cardan joints.
Constant Velocity Joint : based on roller bearings; rid of loaded sliding surfaces; wide range of angles between the shafts; true 1:1 ratio; way more efficient and with greater-steering-angles / smaller-turning-radiuses than the Rzeppa CV joints.
Twisted Tooth Belt : for power transmission between, and for the synchronization of, counter-rotating shafts.