Three Inventors Create Alternative Engine
Dec. 9, 2013—Inventor-service firm InventHelp announced on Saturday the invention of a new alternative engine that the company believes can provide a different solution to creating energy-efficient vehicles.
Three inventors from Sedalia, Mo., created the prototype liquid propultion rocket engine (LPRE) with the intention of keeping it “fuel-efficient” by shifting away from the traditional combustion engine.
"In the interest of advancing the vehicle-manufacturing industry and maximizing transportation efficiency, we designed an alternative engine that provides more benefits than the conventional piston-oriented internal combustion engine," said one inventor via press release_notes.
According to the release, the engine allows for a great power-to-weight ratio, lower fuel consumption per horsepower output, and more efficient force production.
The alternative engine moves or powers any vehicle, manufacturing process, machine or other kinetic energy-using mechanism.
The original design was submitted to the Kansas City office of InventHelp and is currently available for licensing or sale to manufacturers or marketers. For more information call InventHelp at 412.288.1300 ext. 1368.