The invention relates to a turbine internal combustion turbo engine, which is small- sized, with higher rotating moment and higher efficiency and which can be operated by an operator and/or by a programmable logical controller (PLC). The engine turbine is housed in the turbine vessel of the engine and rotates resting in its bearing hubs. To reach the anticipated degree of preliminary thickness of the air-fuel mixture or of the air, the working chambers of the engine are forcibly fed with high-pressure air by a turbo-compressor operated manually by an operator or automatically by a PLC. During a working stroke all combustion chambers, half or part of them can work depending on the mode (forced, mixed or economical mode) chosen by the operator manually or by the controller automatically. Like the existing conventional turbo engines, the turbine engine offered here can be equipped with only one kind of standard injection and spark-ignition devices or with only one kind of standard fuel-injection devices and can work with the respective fuels typical of them. The turbine turbo engine illustrated by the drawings is adapted to working with both kinds of standard devices (injection and spark-ignition devices on the one hand and fuel- injection ones, on the other). In this way it can work both in a starting or operating mode with one or more than one kind of fuel – hydrogen and carbohydrogen gases (including liquefied gases), light and heavy liquid fuels ( including bio-fuels or mazut) without any oil added to them but when undoubtedly necessary oil can be added to them.