Controlled Combustion Engine

Controlled Combustion Engine

Controlled Combustion Engine (CCE) is a term used by Revetec, an engine design company, to identify a type of experimental internal combustion engine (ICE) designed by Brad Howell-Smith. It uses two counter-rotating cams instead of a crankshaft. Pairs of cylinders oppose each other in a boxer flat engine or "X" arrangement.

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... A dyno graph of the Revetec 1.38litr engine is shown on their development page, shows a flat torque curve ... Test results (11 November 2007) on the X4v2 engine showing torque and power curves and the fuel injection map ...

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