Small Engines as Bottoming Cycle Steam Expanders for Internal Combustion Engines

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Weerasinghe, R.; Hounsham, S.;

Heat recovery bottoming cycles for internal combustion engines have opened new avenues for research into small steam expanders [1]. Dependable data for small steam expanders will allow us to predict on their suitability as bottoming cycle engines and the fuel economy ac... View more
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