Are you claiming that the Vengeance Power Engine is your design?
If so then you have changed you design drastically.
They are out of Ontario, Canada and you live in Texas right?
Check out their web page that shows drawings and photos of the engine taken apart. [www.vengeancepower.com
Take carefull notice that the rotor is round while the housing/block is not. This is basically the same as the old vane type pumps, except that this design produces four "strokes" per revolution of the rotor. One interesting difference is that they are using a cam track to force the vanes in position against the cylinders wall to keep them sealed.
The greatest issue that these engines always have had is maintaining a seal between the vane and the wall, that was the Wankels greatest problem until it was solved by using very expensive materials for the rotor tips in the late 70's to early 80's, that and the direct oiling didn't hurt either!
Please do note that their chambers have a change in volume, for a gas engine to work it must either have a change in its chambers volume, such as a piston engine or be capable of slowing down a free stream of fluid, such as a bladed turbine or water wheel.
So to put it another way, it must either trap the fluid in a chamber whose volume can change or there must be a free flowing fluid stream that it can absorb energy from. Admitting a fluid into a sealed chamber that has no change in volume and no free flow, such as your idea, simply can not and will not produce any power.