1970-02-01

The Design Features of the GM SE-101 - A Vapor-Cycle Powerplant 700163

The continuous combustion of the vapor-cycle powerplant offers the potential for low levels of exhaust pollutants. While this engine did not survive the competition of an earlier era, it needs reevaluation in terms not only of modern technology, but also of modern transportation requirements. This presentation describes the design and construction of a steam powerplant for a current passenger car.

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