WHE


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AcronymDefinition
WHEWaste Heat Engine
WHEWeight Handling Equipment
WHEWeapons Handling Equipment
WHEWahiawa EASTPAC (SATCOM terminal near Wahiawa, HI)
WHEWebsphere Hosting Environment (IBM)
WHEWhite Husky Enterprises Ltd. (Vancouver, BC, Canada)
WHEWorld Housing Encyclopedia (Earthquake Engineering Research Institute and International Association for Earthquake Engineering)
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Designed to run on waste heat from the exhaust of industrial furnaces, diesel engines and gas turbines, Cyclone's WHE is also being adapted for other recovered energy applications.
Christopher Nelson, President of Cyclone and Managing Director of the company's WHE division, commented: "The demand globally for the WHE is enormous, and as we push towards commercial production of this engine in 2012, we're happy to secure our important intellectual property in countries where we see the biggest opportunities.
Initially designed to run on waste heat from the exhaust of industrial furnaces, diesel engines and gas turbines, Cyclone's WHE has also been adapted for other recovered energy applications.
Designed to run on waste heat from the exhaust of small industrial furnaces, diesel engines and gas turbines, Cyclone's WHE has also been adapted for other recovered energy applications.
The WHE is now planning two sub-projects which are both part of this award - Part A: track and turnout renewal tub transfer station,- Part B: Renewal Stellwerksbauten and interlocking technology.
Travis Love, Cyclone WHE Project Leader, stated: "This is an important technological milestone which we believe will allow us to proceed into system optimization and component hardening on a much more rapid basis.
An attached combustion chamber produces up to 600xF of steam to run the WHE at peak performance.
The Company is currently completing extensive testing of the WHE and expects to place smaller units into production later this year.
The PCT application constitutes the first step in obtaining patent protection for the award-winning WHE in each of the 142 contracting nations.
An attached vegetative biomass combustion chamber produces up to 600xF of heat to run the WHE at peak performance.
We believe our system is truly game changing," stated Allan Brown, Cyclone's senior engineer on the WHE biomass project.
Over the next month, Cyclone will run its WHE for a minimum of several hundred hours under the load of an electric alternator.