The CARPYZ thrusters first use a Turbo Hélico Reacteur Énergétique (THRE) wheel driven by an electric motor and whose turbo pushes the air at its periphery at the rear. It continues in a fixed circular chamber provided with spiral spacers which confirm its rotation. The air continues its trajectory in a second fixed chamber supplied with an energetic fluid which then becomes a combustion chamber. A new fixed chamber with spiral spacers rotates the torch of fire. It then pushes the buckets of a wheel placed on the large diameter of another propeller which adds its flow to the chamber located at the inlet of the thruster. The center of the blades of the propeller of the bucket wheel is mounted on a shaft which drives an electric generator. This shaft can be connected to the motor shaft of the THRE wheel.