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Written by Wesley Mahler   
14.10.2006
4 Rotor Engine 26J, 26B, 13JHere is an animation of a 4 rotor engine.





4 Rotor Animation | 26J | 26B |13J

Here is a great animation of a 4 rotor engine.  Although the port setups are different that that of the LeMans winner 787B, the basic concept is the same.

This animation gives you a general feel for how the 4 rotor engine would appear during normal operation.  Look how all the rotors offset each other, none of them are at the same alignment at the same time. 

To see more about the rotary engine animation,
go to our rotary engine animation section.

Last Updated ( 14.10.2006 )
 
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