Internal combustion engine

The hotter way to do it

Internal Engine

The internal engine is small and compact.


over heating can cause engine failure, usually from wear(due to heat-induced failure of lubrication), cracking or warping. Two most common forms of engine cooling are air cooled and water cooled.

Rudolf Diesel

Diesel was unable to graduate with his class in July 1879 because he fell ill with typhoid. While waiting for the next examination date, he gained practical engineering experience at the Gebrüder Sulzer Maschinenfabrik (Sulzer Brothers Machine Works) in Winterthur, Switzerland. Diesel graduated in January 1880 with highest academic honours and returned to Paris.