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I. C. Engine

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RVCR FHM

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RVCR REGP

RVCR is a seed technology applicable to machines which are generically classed as Fluid Handling Machines wherein either is fluid driven, meaning having a fluid as the source of energy that makes the machine work (called Motors) or those drive fluids, meaning where energy is added to fluids (Called Pumps and compressors).

Fluid Handling Machines are used in various engineering products and downstream industrial applications that forms the foundations pillars to today’s modern human society and are generically classed under 3 main sectors namely Energy, Transport & Utilities.



Energy Sector

The machines used in energy sectors Prime-movers Driving Alternators and commonly known as generators. We know of Hydroelectric Power being generated at dams and the machines used here are Turbines that utilize water (fluid) flow, similarly we know Wind turbines which is also a fluid (Wind) driven Machine. Similarly Engines used for portable power generators and at power stations are Fuel Motored/ driven Machines. The coal based power plants utilise the coal to be burnt in boiler to produce steam which in-turn drives steam turbines, that again is a fluid driven Machine

Transport Sector

The Transport sector has been dominated by IC engines for more than a century now and are one of the most important fluid fuel powered motors. They are used in Surface & Road transport like Cars, LCV, HCV, SUV, MUV, truck and trailers, in Auto Industry, 2 wheelers, 3 wheelers, special purpose machines etc.
In water transport too the main drive power for ships, tug boats, ferries and almost all floating vessels comes from Engines.
Engines are also used in Agro Industry applications (Tractor, Standalone engines), and similarly for Power Generators, Material Handling & Special Purpose Machines (Fork Lift, Mining Equipment) etc.

Utilities

There are a range of machines used in industry like compressors, pumps and motors for across industry and domestic purposes and are fluid handling machines. Such machines are used to pump fuel or water for industrial and domestic usage, in water works, chemical industry, power stations, breweries, hospitals, agricultural purposes, and cover almost every aspect of modern industry.

Then there are hydraulic system where use of variable displacement pumps and motors are common and these systems can be found on Cranes, Ships, Industries and their usage in Control systems is also prevalent.

We see that the influence of improvement in base root mechanism of fluid handling machines is not restricted to select industry, rather has larger and greater implications. RVCR technology leads to a more efficient and environ-responsible ecosystem of Machines which influences the entire human society and it usage of machines.

The RVCR technology provides for commercially viable Green solution to 21st century global fossil fuel concern & energy paradox, by making superior engineering products (Automotive Engines, Compressors, Pumps, Wind & Hydro-Electric Power-Generators) compared to conventional equivalents, in terms of cost, utility & carbon footprint.


Various Engine Segments of I.C. Engines

  • 1.1. Cars

  • 1.2. Two wheelers

  • 1.3. SUV

  • 1.4. MUV

  • 1.5. 3 wheelers

  • 2.1. HCV
    • 2.1.1. Lorry
    • 2.1.2. Bus
    • 2.1.3. Airport, in factory transport buses,
    • 2.1.4. Multi wheeler trailers (more than 6 wheels)

  • 2.2. LCV
    • 2.2.1. Mini lorry
    • 2.2.2. Tempos
    • 2.2.3. 3 wheelers
    • 2.2.4. Tractors

  • 3.1. Trains

  • 3.2. Trams

  • 4.1. Harvesters,

  • 4.2. Tractors

  • 4.3. Pump drives

  • 5.1. Fork lifts

  • 5.2. Mining trucks

  • 5.3. Garbage trucks

  • 6.1. Bulldozers

  • 6.2. Earth moving equip

  • 6.3. JCB

  • 6.4. Cranes

  • 7.1. Defense applications
    • 7.1.1. Army

      • 7.1.1.1. Armored personnel carrier

      • 7.1.1.2. Amphibious

      • 7.1.1.3. Tanks

      • 7.1.1.4. Gun transporters

      • 7.1.1.5. Army SUV
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  • 7.2. Race cars

  • 7.3. Race Bikes

  • 7.4. Mining

    • 7.4.1. Mining excavators

    • 7.4.2. Mining Transports


  • 7.5. Snow mobiles

  • 7.6. Adventure Sports

  • 7.7. Lawn movers

  • 7.8. High altitude prime movers

  • 7.9. Fire engines

  • 8.1. Pumps drives

  • 8.2. Compressors drives

  • 8.3. Generators /Alternators drives

  • 9.1. boats

    • 9.1.1. speed boats

    • 9.1.2. small transportation

    • 9.1.3. fishing boats

    • 9.1.4. recreation boats


  • 9.2. mid-size

    • 9.2.1. Supply Vessels

    • 9.2.2. Ferries

    • 9.2.3. Long travel

    • 9.2.4. Dredgers

    • 9.2.5. Sea Fishing vessels

    • 9.2.6. Tug boats

    • 9.2.7. Barges

    • 9.2.8. Bunker ships

    • 9.2.9. COP Drives


  • 9.3. Large vessels/ships

  • 9.4. Bulk carriers

  • 9.5. Tankers

  • 9.6. Passenger ships

  • 9.7. Chemical tankers

  • 9.8. LNG/ LPG carriers

  • 10.1. Destroyers

  • 10.2. Refuelers

  • 10.3. Speed ships

  • 10.4. Gun ships

  • 10.5. Submarines

  • 10.6. Air craft carriers

  • 10.7. Frigates

  • 10.8. Landing vessels

  • 11.1. Research vessels

  • 11.2. Polar vessels

  • 11.3. Floating

  • 11.4. Life boats

  • 11.5. Rescue boats

  • 12.1. Light aircraft

  • 12.2. Helicopters

  • 12.3. UAV

  • 12.4. Air ships