What is the Fibonacci Engine? φ*
The Fibonacci Engine (FE) is a sliding vane rotary heat engine which converts heat energy from just about any source, into powerful rotary shaft power. The FE can operate as an open-loop or closed-loop system, and has been called the "Ultimate Engine".
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Fibonacci ATV (Concept Vehicle)
*φ(tm) : Note regarding our Trademark
The Greek letter used for the math symbol 'phi' or φ, is also a trademark of the Fibonacci Engine. The symbol represents the mathematical ratio of 1 to 1.618 . . . .
The Fibonacci Engine is so named in honor of the 13th Century Italian Mathematician, Leonardo Fibonacci, who
re-discovered for Europe the importance of the ratio.
Many aspects of God's creation reflect this ratio. Examples include the curvature of the nautilus shell, as well as structural aspects of the human body.
At least two distinct arguments have been made that an algorithmic-type formula is encoded within the Hebrew text of Genesis 1:1, and approximates the Golden Mean ratio.
(Note the depictions to the right.)
Vane Differential Pressure & Vane Torque