Engines made in Germany after the initial "Fluted Cylinder" design - Post Year ? Current Location - Private Collection in England. Horse Power Unknown.
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Carl Eugen Langen 9 October in Cologne — 2 October in Elsdorf was a German entrepreneur, engineer and inventor, involved in the development of the petrol engine and the Wuppertal Suspension Railway. After this first factory went bankrupt, Langen founded a new company for the construction of gas engines, Gasmotoren-Fabrik Deutz , which later became the group Kloeckner-Humboldt-Deutz KHD. Langen invented and applied new methods of production in the KHD factory. He started the suspension railway system in Wuppertal in Eugen Langen was born on October 9th, in Cologne. After dropping out of his studies in chemical or chemical engineering and mechanical engineering at the Polytechnic in Karlsruhe, Eugen Langen also developed entrepreneurial talent. After temporary holdings, he joined his father's factories in , which he continued after his father's death.
The Otto engine was a large stationary single-cylinder internal combustion four-stroke engine designed by the German Nicolaus Otto. It was a low-RPM machine, and only fired every other stroke due to the Otto cycle , also designed by Otto. Three types of internal combustion engines were designed by German inventors Nicolaus Otto and his partner Eugen Langen. The models were a failed compression engine, an atmospheric engine, and the Otto cycle engine known today as the gasoline engine.
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