With hopes of achieving vastly improved efficiency and performance from the internal-combustion engine, Bosch Engineering GmbH is assisting in the development of the first physical prototypes of the Scuderi Group’s Air-Hybrid split-cycle engine. Stemming from a design dating back to 1914, the split-cycle engine divvies up the four strokes of a conventional IC powerplant: intake and compression strokes are managed by one set of cylinders, with power (ignition) and exhaust strokes handled by ...

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