Since 2006 the SARM project owns an international patent (US8001949 & EP1934443) for its rotary technology, recognised in 14 countries (USA, India, China, Russia, Greece, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, France, England, Spain, Austria, Italy Australia).
Preparing for a series of future patents, we have filed two provisional US applications in 2021 & 2022 respectively (63/282,599 & 63/368,670), followed by a PCT application in 2022 (PCT/GR2022000061).
We will try to offer links for all papers published by our team in this page. If there is a paper or link missing, please let us know using our contact form
A Design of the Compression Chamber and Optimization of the Sealing of a Novel Rotary Internal Combustion Engine Using CFD
May 2020 - S. Savvakis, D. Mertzis, E. Nassiopoulos, Z. Samaras - MDPI Energies 2020, 13, 2362
Numerical Simulation of a novel rotary engine compared to conventional reciprocating engine cycle
Oct 2017 - V. Gkoutzamanis, S. Savvakis, A. Kalfas - Proceedings of Shangai 2017 Global Power & Propulsion Forum
CFD comparison for the SARM rotary engine with a conventional reciprocating Otto cycle engine
Jun 2015 - V. Gkoutzamanis, S. Nikolaidis, D. Mertzis, S. Savvakis, Z. Samaras - 6th BETA CAE International Conference
Numerical Simulation for improving a rotary motor efficiency by flow optimization inside the motor's chambers
Sep 2009 - S. Savvakis, Z. Samaras - 3rd ANSA & μETA International Conference