The Diesel engine, however, actually burns oil in its liquid state.
Inherently the Diesel engine must stand higher pressures and therefore is heavier per horsepower.
In the Diesel engine, which is a constant pressure engine, the ratio is usually 1⁄12th.
The cough of a Diesel engine exhaust and the clanking of gear told him that a ship was nearing.
The Diesel engine is in a class by itself, its cycle and method of control being somewhat different from the others.
In the Diesel engine there are no spark-plugs and no magneto: the engine fires itself without241 electrical help.
We found in the Diesel engine that when air is highly compressed it becomes very hot.