Rudolf Diesel


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Noun1.Rudolf Diesel - German engineer (born in France) who invented the diesel engine (1858-1913)Rudolf Diesel - German engineer (born in France) who invented the diesel engine (1858-1913)
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Internationally, August 10 is observed as " World Bio Diesel Day" in Germany and many other countries to mark the demonstration of the diesel engine by Rudolf Diesel on various vegetable oils way back in 1893.
1858: Rudolf Diesel, German engineer who invented the diesel engine, was born in Paris.
On the one hand, Engineer says, "Tr I could go back in time, I'd tell Rudolf Diesel he should have used gasoline.
GALLIPOLI MEMORIAL DAY (TURKEY) 1858: Rudolf Diesel, German engineer who invented the diesel engine, was born in Paris.
Rudolf Diesel argued that his engine was better because it could run off vegetable oil.
CAIRO: When Rudolf Diesel first invented the diesel engine, he used peanut oil to operate it, which was an unpopular choice at the time.
More than one hundred years ago, Rudolf Diesel tested vegetable oil as the fuel for his engine [2].
Diesel's named after German Rudolf Diesel, who patented it in 1893.
Rudolf Diesel of Munich spent 13 years working on what would be the first internal combustion engine.
A hundred years ago, Rudolf Diesel was running engines on peanut oil.
Rudolf Diesel (1858-1913) was granted a patent for the invention of the diesel engine in 1892.