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The experimental diesel engine was built by Maschinenfabrik Augsburg in cooperation with Rudolf Diesel. It operated on the basis of a four-stroke cycle using fuel air-blast injection.
Its effective output was first verified on 26 June 1895, the recorded data showing 16.6 percent efficiency.
The first experimental engine
Two-cylinder crosshead diesel engine
Six-cylinder diesel engine
Tractor with four-cylinder diesel engine
Omnibus "The Miracle of Bern"
Manually operated flatbed press
Single-reel rotary letterpress
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