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WM International Engineering L.L.C. (WMI) was formed in November 2013 by highly trained specialists in engine development, controls, and powertrain-vehicle integration. The staff expertise evolves around advanced technologies, fuels and energy.


Our Mission statement…

WMI's staff proudly embodies a long and successful track record in engine and vehicle technologies and seeks to play a leadership role in the development of future technologies that will sustain and secure our energy future.



Our technical staff has led DOE sponsored projects, including the development of Dual Fuel engines comprising of natural gas-ethanol, Diesel-DME (DE-FC26- 05NT42413), and a high efficiency Heavy Duty engine and Vehicle Demonstrator DE-EE0003303.


WMI has helped OEMs launch new products, including aircraft fuel injection system and engine controls, automotive controls on HYUNDAI's advanced powertrains with combustion mode switching.



  • WMI was awarded a fuel supplier contract by the National Science Foundation in February 2014 to collaborate with Michigan Technological University (MTU) and Argonne National Laboratories among other entities in the design lead of a DME fuel supply system in support of project “Ignition and Combustion Characteristics of Transportation Fuels under Lean Burn Conditions for Advanced Combustion Engines” (DOE/NSF grant NSF-CBET-1258720).

  • In 2018 it begun to collaborate with HYUNDAI on its project “Co-Optimized Multi-Mode LD Vehicle Engine” DE-EE0008478. WMI brought in depth knowledge of SI and CI combustion system controls and provided the engine control system for the project demonstration.

  • In 2021 was awarded a 3-year contract to develop a fuel system for use in Propane-DME mixtures on a high efficiency platform, DE-EE-0009878.

  • In 2022 was awarded a subcontract to provide the fuel injection system for the next generation Department of Defense - ARMY field generator. WMI's responsibility was to provide a sub-compact, high efficiency, fuel system for Disel-JET FUEL. work included a new crank-based electronically controlled inlet throttle high-pressure pump for reduced friction and a a new shortened injector for improved packaging.

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