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Rudolf Diesel

engine engineer

Diesel, Rudolf (1858–1913), German engineer and developer of the oil-fueled internal-combustion engine that is named after him. After working as a mechanic, parts designer, and thermal engineer, Diesel began work on his design in 1885, patented it in 1892, and had a working model by 1897.

See also: Diesel engine.

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