This engine design was developed specifically to be very easy to manufacture, it is highly efficient and reliable. A variety of fuels can be used including gasoline, butane, propane, and hydrogen, a twin fuel line can be used one for liquid fuel the other for a gas fuel to change from liquid to gas use a simple gas or liquid tap on each line. When changing to a different fuel turn the particular fuel tap to open, there is no further adjustment needed.
When using hydrogen it is advisable to use the single ball wheel design. This will give the maximum amount of time for the parts to cool before the next combustion. When using the single ball wheel design with lesser fuels such as gasoline or butane the tube wheel and ball wheel can be made from a plastic or carbon fibre with resin this makes for a very light but powerful engine.
The power to weight ratio of this design even using normal materials such as aluminium or sheet steel is very good.
This engine does not require an air filter, oil filter, oil, water, belts, chains, springs and the main engine only has between two and four moving parts depending on if you are using a single ball wheel or three ball wheels, because of this it is extremely reliable and low maintenance.
This design is an engine design of continuous rotation. It is capable of withstanding very high revolutions per minute making it suitable for use in fast boats or aircraft.
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Branton, Peter, "Hydrogen engine, multi fuel engine, Continuous rotation engine.", Technical Disclosure Commons, (October 11, 2022)