1970-02-01

Tiara Light Aircraft Engines - A New Generation 700205

The paper introduces a new family of air-cooled, opposed, light aircraft engines consisting of four, six, and eight cylinders, with and without turbosuper-charging.
The paper explains an evolutionary approach to sizeable improvements in horsepower per pound of engine weight, horsepower per cubic inch displacement, and horsepower per cubic foot of bulk. A unique method of torsional control eliminating pendulum dampeners and greatly reducing vibratory torque is also explained in detail.

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