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Friday 14 Jul 2006: The Diesel engine
The Diesel engine is named after its inventor the Paris-born German inventor Rudolf Diesel. He originally designed his engine to run on coal dust, but soon found that it ran more efficiently on a type of fuel oil, now commonly known as diesel. A diesel engine does not have spark plugs.

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