Engine Overview

Benefits To Users

Based on simulation of a 1.2 liter gasoline engine:

• 194 ft-lbs torque and 20 hp @ 500 rpm  economy 3 gal/hr

• 250 ft-lbs torque and 62 hp @ 1300 rpm economy 7 gal/hr

• 300 ft-lbs torque and 114 hp @ 2000 rpm  economy 12 gal/hr

• Electro-Magnetics power generation and scavenging to increase overall efficiency by additional 10% to 45%

Move 2 times larger payload than conventional engine of same displacement with no increase in fuel consumption.

Significantly smaller engine package will fit in smaller engine bays.

Much simpler to manufacture.

Lower cost to buy, run, and maintain.

Engine Overview

Why does the world need another gas engine?

Internal combustion (IC) engines will continue to be the engine of choice for the foreseeable future.

Current state of engineering is focused on automotive applications and their growing regulatory requirements, and does not meet the needs of other industries

What needs does this engine meet?

Marine engines, stationary power or pump engines, heavy trucking, and military heavy load or armored vehicle uses, will all benefit from the sustained high torque, light weight and small size of the Jones Engine.

How does it work?

The best description is illustrated in the accompanying animations. The detailed engineering description and CAD data will explain the technical framework, and are included in the accompanying Technical Section.