Wankel engine

Wankel engine is an Internal combustion engine unlike the piston cylinder arrangement. This engine uses the eccentric rotor design which directly converts the pressure energy of gases into rotatory motion. While in the piston-cylinder arrangement, the linear motion of the piston is used to convert into rotatory motion of crankshaft.
Basically, in a simple way, the rotor revolve in housings shaped in a fat figure-of-eight.

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