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Quasiturbine QT.6LSC
Steam Engine


The Quasiturbine (Qurbine) is a « Positive Displacement » turbine alternative.
Suitable as a double-circuits Rotary Motor or Expander
for compressed air, steam and other fluids,
or (later) as an advanced Internal Combustion Rotary Engine,
as well as (later) for Compressor of various thermodynamic cycles.
The Quasiturbine is a compact, low weight and high torque machine
with top efficiency, specially in power modulation applications.

QUASITURBINE Hand Rotation Test
QT5LSC (5 litres) Expander up to 12 kW under 4 bar (60 psi)
www.youtube.com/Quasiturbine#p/u/0/1WRXHyFD1j8

The Quasiturbine is a pistonless Rotary Machine
using a deformable rotor whose blades (sides) are hinged at the vertices.
The volume enclosed between the blades of the rotor
and the stator casing provides compression and expansion
in a fashion similar to the familiar Wankel engine,
but the hinging at the edges allows higher compression ratio
and different time dependencies, while suppressing the Wankel rotor dead time,
and this without the complex rotor synchronization gears.

QUASITURBINE Zero-Vibration CHAINSAW
At only 2 bar (30 psi). Power goes up with pressure...
www.youtube.com/Quasiturbine#p/u/0/4w_TtUehk1s

This chainsaw is shown only as a sample of 1.5 kW QT engine application.
The chainsaw is not available for sale at this time.

For optimum efficiency and clean environment
under any load, torque, pressure, flow, power or RPM !

Quasiturbine MOTOR / EXPANDER suitable for AIR / GASES / STEAM
12 kW QT5LSC (5 litre displacement)    
and the    1.5 kW QT.6LSC (600 cc displacement)

 Pressure-flow energy conversion :
+/- 80 % of the perfect « single-stage theoretical expander ».
(Optimum all across the power range - No off-peak penalty)

QUASITURBINE STEAM
At only 1 bar (15 psi). The 2011 Great Oregon Steam-Up
www.youtube.com/Quasiturbine#p/u/0/iRWymSse-6Y


Quasiturbines Currently Manufactured
(Purchase order form on descriptive pages)

QT.6LSC Academic kit                                                    790 US $
               (kit assembled and running)                            1580

QT.6LSC Pneumatic / Steam   1.5 kW                          2450

QT5LSC Pneumatic / Steam   12 kW                            8900 US $

QT40LSC Pneumatic / Steam  100 kW                           Later

For details and prices, see the
« PRODUCTS AVAILABLE » section in the left column.

Air freight available worldwide.
(Custom exempted within North America NAFTA zone).

 

QUASITURBINE HYDRAULIC PUMP
Double reversible circuits and self-priming demonstration
www.youtube.com/Quasiturbine#p/u/2/8nbC96LgTfk

 

 


Typical comparison:
Engine displacement
versus the Total engine volume

4 strokes engine type         Unit displacement         Engine volume

Piston                                    1                          15 to 25
Wankel                                   1                           10 to 15
Quasiturbine                            1                           1.5 to 5

The Quasiturbine is a positive displacement turbine
with a total displacement near the engine volume

(Imagine one day, a 3 litres car engine into a 3 litres volume!)





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Quasiturbine # 10 of the « very best clean energy technologies » !

Video of running Quasiturbine
ASME / IGTI 2007 Turbo Expo Conference

www.quasiturbine.com/Presse/QTASME2007.htm


Quasiturbine has no vane

Unlike vane pumps, which vane extension is important and against which the pressure acts to generate the rotation, the Quasiturbine contour seals have an imperceptible extension and the rotation does not result from pressure against these seals. Since the cylindrical (or oval) stator of vane devices has a radius of curvature greater than the rotor, the two surfaces (rotor - stator) cannot reach a close fit at top dead center (TDC), while the surfaces of both the rotor and stator of the Quasiturbine fit exactly against one another to produce a high compression ratio. This is why QT is efficient (less pressure charging losses), and this is why there is no vane combustion engine. Quasiturbine publishes « efficiency data ».

Quasiturbine Explained Simply

    

                  

        

         

         

The Quasiturbine at the invention autopsy:
 A bibliographic overview prior to 2012
 
Youtube Video Channel
Quasiturbine


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La Quasiturbine est une Machine Rotative à Losange Déformable (MRLD), Pulswer, MRLD, Ambert, gipa, génissieux


 
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