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January 03, 2013 


AB Engine Inc. was granted a Chinese patent titled “High efficiency Internal Combustion Engine” with Patent # ZL 2008 8 0100951.9.  The grant and publication date is November 14, 2012. Press Release at PR Newswire link here 


February 10, 2012 


AB Engine Inc. Is Introducing a Method for Internal Combustion Engines with Highest Fuel Efficiency Theoretically Possible


As of February 2012, AB Engine Inc. announced that it has designed and completed a high fuel efficiency internal combustion engine (ICE) prototype in order to demonstrate the “proof of principles” behind the AB Engine patented technology (described in US patent #8,086,386). Testing the novel AB Engine method and design with a “regular” or 87 octane rating unleaded gasoline, yielded 44% (29% expected) higher fuel efficiency in comparison to a similar conventional engine design.

The prototype was built by modifying an electrical generator powered by gasoline internal combustion engine design with an 8:1 compression ratio. To ensure the integrity of the fuel efficiency testing, one engine was selected for modification from two identical generators previously tested under a standard electrical load in order to ensure that they have similar gasoline intake characteristics.

Next, the AB Engine team implemented one of the company’s patented design solutions in order to modify the engine. The combustion chamber was altered to a compression ratio of 17:1 and an additional control valve was integrated in order to optimize the engine’s actual compression ratio to the gasoline used during testing. The novel engine design is flexible and allows adjustments to enable the use of any available gasoline octane ratio on the market.

The modified engine “run time” was 1.44 times longer than the conventional engine, utilizing the same amount of fuel under the same electrical power load. If a car gets 25 miles per gallon with an engine similar to the “control”, then the same car will run at 36 miles per gallon if the engine is modified to an AB Engine. Translating a similar scenario to a “Hybrid” vehicle with 40 miles per gallon, as advertized on National TV, then modifying the Hybrid engine design to an AB Engine would yield 58 miles per gallon for the same vehicle.

The company has begun license solicitations with manufacturers that are using and producing internal combustion engines for automobiles (sedans, SUVs, trucks, etc…), boats and ships, light or stationary electrical generators and so on. The biggest advantage of using the AB Engine technology is its ability to further improve the fuel efficiency of the Hybrid Technologies that are becoming more popular in the automotive industry as a fuel saving solution.

The AB Engine technology is not limited to internal combustion engines using gasoline. It has the same impact on fuel efficiency if implemented in “diesel” engines and engines utilizing gas fuels.

President and inventor – Alexander Bakharev




December 27 2011

company was granted by US. Patent #8,086,386 USPTO link here, Download

PDF file of patent here.


April 21-23, 2010

AB Engine Inc. presented its technology at the 2010 SBIR National Conference. The conference was held on April 21-23 at the Connecticut Convention Center, Hartford


December 4, 2008
The AB Engine Inc. US Patent application is published by the USPTO
The PDF version of the AB Engine USPTO published Patent application can be found by clicking here (You can also find it on the USPTO   web site by clicking here)


May 29, 2008

AB Engine Inc. filed the US Patent and PCT applications

April 30, 2008

AB Engine Inc. presented its product at the Connecticut Venture Forum


May 29, 2007

AB Engine Inc. filed the US Provisional Patent application



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