Counterclockwise rotations about the center point where a complete rotation is equal to 1 turn.
A Wankel engine with its rotor and geared output shaft.
The Mazda RX-8 sports car is the last production car to date to be powered by a Wankel engine.
Norton Classic air-cooled twin-rotor motorcycle
The Wankel KKM motorcycle: The "A" marks one of the three apices of the rotor. The "B" marks the eccentric shaft, and the white portion is the lobe of the eccentric shaft. The distance between "A" and "B" remains constant. The shaft turns three times for each rotation of the rotor around the lobe and once for each orbital revolution around the eccentric shaft.
The first DKM Wankel engine designed by Felix Wankel, the DKM 54 (Drehkolbenmotor), at the Deutsches Museum in Bonn, Germany: the rotor and its housing spin
The first KKM Wankel Engine designed by Hanns Dieter Paschke, the NSU KKM 57P (Kreiskolbenmotor), at Autovision und Forum, Germany: the rotor housing is static.
Mazda's first Wankel engine, precursor to the 10A, at the Mazda Museum in Hiroshima, Japan
Mercedes-Benz C111 was fitted with a four-rotor Wankel engine
This 1972 GM rotary engine cutaway shows twin rotors.
Apex seals, left NSU Ro 80 Serie and Research and right Mazda 12A and 13B
Rolls Royce R6 two stage rotary compression ignition engine
Rolls-Royce R1C compression ignition prototype.
Mazda RX-8 Hydrogen RE hydrogen fuelled rotary engined car
NSU Wankel Spider, the first line of cars sold with a rotor Wankel engine
Mazda Cosmo, the first series two rotor Wankel engine sports car
Mazda 787B
Norton Interpol2 prototype
Wankel RC2-60 Aeronautical Rotary Engine
Diamond DA20 with a Diamond Engines Wankel
Sikorsky Cypher Unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) powered with a UEL AR801 Wankel engine
Structure of a series-hybrid vehicle. The grey square represents a differential gear. An alternative arrangement (not shown) is to have electric motors at two or four wheels.
Mazda2 EV prototype
UEL UAV-741 Wankel engine for a UAV
Ogura Wankel Air conditioning system compressor

Object rotating around an axis is the number of turns of the object divided by time, specified as revolutions per minute (rpm), cycles per second (cps), radians per second (rad/s), etc.

- Rotational speed

Since Wankel engines operate at a relatively high rotational speed, at 6,000rpm of output shaft, the Rotor makes only 2,000 turns.

- Wankel engine
Counterclockwise rotations about the center point where a complete rotation is equal to 1 turn.

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