tech Cyclone Engine,andPhoenix Power Group LLCannounced that they have integrated Phoenix's proprietary waste oil combustion chamber / heat exchanger (CCHX) with Cyclone's Waste Heat Engine (WHE?
What does WHE stand for?
WHE stands for Waste Heat Engine
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- Wyoming Housing Database Partnership
- Waist/Hip Diameter Ratio (body fat distribution)
- Willing Hearts Dalmatian Rescue (Royersford, PA)
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- West Hawaii Dance Theatre (est. 1989)
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- West Hartford Education Association (West Hartford, CT)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The unique properties of this skid-based system, known as the Thermafficient Waste Heat Engine, separates Echogen's technology from competitors in cost, footprint and performance.
EATR will be powered by the Waste Heat Engine developed by Cyclone, of Pompano Beach, Florida, which uses an "external combustion chamber" burning up fuel to heat up water in a closed loop, generating electricity.
West and Cyclone President Chris Nelson discuss Cyclone's waste heat engine.
Cyclone's waste heat power generator - called the WHE-GEN-10 - utilizes the company's scalable piston-based waste heat engine (WHE)to power an electric generator, up to 10kW per unit.
Engine Projects and Technological Development We made substantial progress in the recent quarter towards the completion of our waste heat engine (WHE-25 model) prototypes, which we expect will lead to the commercialization of this product in the first half of 2011.
The "Phoenix 10" prototype to be unveiled at Power-Gen in Orlando, December 14-16, is powered by Cyclone's WHE-25 engine, a compact, scalable waste heat engine.
Cyclone's waste heat power generator - comprised of its scalable Waste Heat Engine (the WHE-25), proprietary heat exchangers and electric generating equipment - required approval from PECO to connect to the electric grid.