F1 – Efficient and effective thermal eco-engine

With a unique, towards economy and ecology oriented design, the AEQUEO thermal eco-engine brings together for the first time all the known and proven conditions for improving the efficiency of thermal engines, with the advantages of reduced fuel consumption and reduced pollutant and CO2 emissions. Simple, comprising only a small number of parts, subject in addition to low mechanical stresses, achieving a perfect balance of forces and moving masses, and avoiding any technological sophistication, it is also more compact, light and advantageous than any other heat engine. Offering conditions of reliability and a service life comparable to those of a conventional heat engine (sealing of the chambers, lubrication of moving parts, cooling), it is also easy to assemble and maintain.

Mechanics of the AEQUEO eco-engine

4 conditions of heat engine efficiency are brought together for the first time in the AEQUEO sustainable eco-engine: 1. Optimal combustion conditions, 2. Dual chamber geometry (implementation of the Atkinson principle), 3. Variable compression , 4. Free sliding of the pistons.

Measures to optimize the efficiency of the AEQUEO sustainable eco-engine. The diagram on the left shows the variations in volume during a cycle, the one on the right, the variations in pressure in the chambers and the gains made compared to the conventional engine.

The innovative drive of the pistons by central cam and rockers, instead of the traditional drive by crankshaft and connecting rods, gives the thermal eco-engine the qualities described above, which the conventional thermal engine does not generally have. Qualities that make it both more efficient (reduction in consumption and nuisance) and more effective (reduction in weight, size and costs).

Movement of the pistons of the AEQUEO thermal eco-engine producing the dual geometry and the variable compression of the chambers (in green/blue and in grey). The graph highlights the points of maximum approach of the pistons, located between the exhaust and aspiration phases (PTA) and the compression and expansion phases (PTB).

At equal performance, the weight, size, cost, fuel consumption, pollutant emissions and CO2 emissions of the AEQUEO thermal eco-engine are reduced by 30-40% compared to those of the conventional thermal engine. 2010.

Features for F1 – Thermal eco-engine


Additional information to F1 (documents to download)

Explanatory brochure (Sustainable AEQUEO eco-engine, 6 pages)
Engine description (Technical characteristics, PDF, 16 pages, in French)
< Foundations AEQUEO Technology ooooooooo F2 Synergistic-thermal propulsion >