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Editor's Notebook

Father Of The Diesel Engine

November 27, 2018

Rudolf Diesel (1858-1913) was a German engineer whose

goal was to come up with an engine that would improve on

the efficiency of steam and gasoline engines. He invented

the idea of using highly compressed, high temperature air to

ignite fuel and, in 1892, obtained a German development

patent. By 1897, his engine was a commercial success, bringing

him honors and wealth.

The first diesel engine for commercial service was built in

the U.S. in 1898 for use at a brewing company. Within a few

years, thousands of diesel engines were in use in many industries

throughout the U.S. and Europe.





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