Could it be that today scientists and engineers
are too strongly bound
to their stock options to rapidly acknowledge new technologies?
Amazingly, sciences reporters and writers are doing the early job!
First broadcasted on April 30th, 2000 on DÉCOUVERTE
Broadcasting Corp. www.radio-canada.ca
Also broadcast on the TV5 World Network
French with English Captions
Réalisateur: Pascal Gélinas
The Quasiturbine is a
engine half way between the turbine and the piston. The
Saint-Hilaire family of Montreal worked on this invention for over ten years.
The Quasiturbine is based on the concepts of a rotary engine with blades turning around a central axel
making variable volumes. There are many applications and advantages over the piston engine.
Découverte reports on the progress of the Saint-Hilaire family
design of this engine that many call revolutionary.
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