I can't make any judgements from that, sorry. I do know it was published a long time ago and the idea apparently never became popular, which is something we shouldn't dismiss as being irrelevant.
There are literally thousands of ideas for novel heat engines. Developing one that really works better than the present ones (and can me produced at reasonable cost) is hard.
In short: Probably no one knows if this rotary is any good because nobody has seen a life size one. The Wankel is a great concept and it would be easy to fall in love with it on paper. It took NSU, a host of others, and finally (and especially) Mazda to work through all the engineering issues: Apex seals (a huge challenge), lubrication, efficient ignition, coatings for the housings that had the right properties and longevity, etc. Now the Mazda Wankels are very durable, light, and powerful, but that's a decades-long developmental chain. Piston engines went through the same things.
But here is the thing. This design does not seem to have the short comings of all the other rotaries.
Uneven heating -- does not exist
Cooling and lubricating of seals -- no problem here
Low compression ratio -- very high compression can be obtained
Working volume to surface ratio -- better than piston engine
A moving combustion chamber -- does not exist
The only problem with this design is getting air in and out quickly. It is a challenge.