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What is a Diesel Engine? Rudolf Diesel developed the idea for the diesel engine and obtained the German patent for it in 1892. His goal was to create an engine with high efficiency. Gasoline engines had been invented in 1876 and, especially at that time, were not very efficient Both the gasoline and diesel engine utilize the process of internal combustion for power


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