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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The company was founded in 1912 by a group of Belgian entrepreneurs soon after building the first licensed Rudolf Diesel engine.
1858: Rudolf Diesel, German engineer who invented the diesel engine, was born in Paris.
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.
GALLIPOLI MEMORIAL DAY (TURKEY) 1858: Rudolf Diesel, German engineer who invented the diesel engine, was born in Paris.
Over the next two years Rudolf Diesel devoted every spare moment, and an increasing number of Linde hours, to perfect a "paper" engine, striving for the thermal efficiencies Sadi Carnot showed in his classic treatise of 1824.
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.
El inventor aleman Rudolf Diesel (1858-1913) recibe la patente del motor de combustion interna que lleva su apellido, en el cual el encendido se logra al elevar la temperatura del aire en los cilindros, bruscamente comprimido.
Rudolf Diesel (1858-1913) was granted a patent for the invention of the diesel engine in 1892.
It's not a new idea; the inventor of the diesel engine, Rudolf Diesel himself, envisioned a day when peanut farmers would supply peanut oil to power his new machines.