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Posted by Saint-Hilaire on December 18, 2003, 1:32 am

In English :

Quantum Parallel: The Saint-Hilaire "Quasiturbine"
As The Basis For A Simultaneous Paradigm Shift
in Vehicle Propulsion Systems.
* Amidst myriad, and many times unsupportable,
claims of technological breakthroughs capable
-- fuel cells being at the top of this contention --
of inducing vehicular design and engineering paradigm shifts,
we have concluded that the Saint-Hilaire "Quasiturbine"
may very well provide impetus to retire the piston engine.
It has served humanity for nearly two centuries, and has earned its rest.
eMOTION! REPORTS.com is providing a comprehensive
white paper that will perhaps allow you to reach the same conclusion...
White Paper in English at :

En français :

Un parallèle Quantique: La "Quasiturbine"
des Saint-Hilaire À la Base d'un Changement Simultané
de Paradigme en Système de Propulsion des Véhicules.
* Parmi une myriade de prétentions d'avancées
technologiques souvent non-fondées
-- les piles à combustibles en tête des débats --
capables de provoquer un changement de paradigme
en design et ingénierie des véhicules,
nous avons conclu que la "Quasiturbine" des Saint-Hilaire
a les qualités requises pour forcer la mise à la retraite du moteur à
Ce dernier a servi l'humanité pendant près de 2 siècles
et a maintenant mérité son repos. eMOTION! REPORTS.com
a préparé un aperçu global dans un Livre Blanc
qui vous permettra peut-être d'en arriver à la même conclusion...
Livre Blanc en français à :

See also the English / French press release at :
Voir aussi le COMMUNIQUÉ de presse anglais / français à :

Merci à www.emotionreports.com
et meilleures salutations, Gilles

Posted by Steve Zadarnowski on December 19, 2003, 3:11 pm

Over the dead bodies of several dozen Ford, GM and other

Really! I know they had the fax machine operational
around 1864, but I'm not sure the ICE was a feasible
enterprise in the early 1800's.

The overall magic of a turbocharged V6, V8, W12
and their horsepower are hardly going to be matched by
some fledgling rotary wannabe with a stack of
engineering problems to overcome.

There are several groups aiming at trying to usurp
the position of the traditional piston/crank engine.
I don't see it happening. They'll fiddle around the
edges of the market, if they manage to make something
that competes and they don't go broke, but that's all.

Economy of production, reliability and scalability of
concept is what it takes.

Perhaps the 'air car' can use one of the QT engines
instead of pistons. If I see one, it'll be a miracle,
if I see both, I'll know I've slipped into an
alternate universe...

Remove the Zees to Reply...

Posted by News on December 19, 2003, 4:53 pm

I hope so!

It said "piston".  the steam engine has a piston, and the first of these was
in the 1500s.

The Mazda RX8 puts all those energy hugging over weighted lumps to shame at
1300cc too.

I hope they do.

And that can happen with the Quasiturbine and the Stirling too.

A compressed air engine using rotary technology is highly feasible.  Tell us
why the dinosaurs of industry, the auto industry, have moved at a snails
pace over the past 100 years.

The IC piston engine is a very god heat engine.  That is its main produce,
with power being a by-product.  This appallingly inefficient polluting
anachronism has to go, and the sooner the better.


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Posted by bob peterson on December 19, 2003, 9:44 pm
 never heard of emotion before.  is this one of those pr firms
masquarading as a legitmate infomration source?

fanjet@zizinet.com.au (Steve Zadarnowski) wrote in message

Posted by News on December 22, 2003, 10:57 pm

Imperial College of London University is certainly not a PR company.


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