Tamer Badawy

mechanical engineering graduate student, is a finalist in the 2012 Collegiate Inventors Competition for his invention of an Autonomous Operation of Internal Combustion Engines on a Multitude of Fuels. This invention enables electronically controlled internal combustion engines to operate effectively on fuels of different physical and chemical properties. The state of the art technology autonomously readjusts engine systems based on a combustion sensor to achieve goals in power, fuel economy, and reduced emission.

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