Internal Combustion Engine

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Technology

 

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Michael J

 

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April 17, 2014

 

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University

 

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French physicist Nicholas Carnot (1796-1832) published a book in 1824 in which he set out the principles of an internal combustion engine which would use a flammable mixture of gas vapor and air. Basing his work on Carnot's principles, another Frenchman, Jean-Joseph-Ettien Lenoir, presented the world with its first workable internal combustion engine in 1859...
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Basing his work on Carnot's principles, another Frenchman, Jean-Joseph-Ettien Lenoir, presented the world with its first workable internal combustion engine in 1859. Lenoir's motor was a two-cycle, one-cylinder engine with slide valves and used illuminating gas (coal gas) as a fuel; it also used an electrical charge, supplied by a battery, to ignite the gas after it was drawn into the cylinder...
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