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Diesel engines

  • Karl Theodor ReniusEmail author
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The name “diesel engine” recognizes its inventor Rudolf Diesel (1858–1913).

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  1. Chapter “tractor engines and transmissions” within the annual German Yearbook Agricultural Engineering, see notes on page 179.Google Scholar

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  1. 1.BaldhamGermany

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