Steam power engine maker to sponsor conference

Cyclone Power Technologies will sponsor the first International Association for the Advancement of Steam Power at the California Automobile Museum January 13, 14, and 15.

This steam-powered streamliner will attempt to break a record at the Bonneville Salt Flats in 2012. Cyclone Power Technologies

Sacramento, Calif. is going to get a little steamy this weekend as the International Association for the Advancement of Steam Power and the Steam Automobile Club of America kick off a conference on the latest developments in steam power technology.

Ten steam-powered cars will be on display at the first-ever IAASP conference, to be held January 13, 14, and 15 at the California Automobile Museum. Conference participants will include steam automobile owners and developers, modern steam locomotive experts, small steam power plant developers and manufacturers, engineers, and enthusiasts.

Cyclone Power Technologies, the company that created the engine for a Cyclone-Williams LSR streamliner , will be the lead sponsor and presenter at the conference, the company said in a press release.

The engine of the Cyclone-Williams LSR has made advancements in steam technology. Cyclone Power Technology

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