Two cylinders of six-cylinder 300 H.P. Diesel engine, ex German submarine
Portion representing two cylinders of six-cylinder 300 H.P. Diesel engine, ex German submarine. One of a series of submarine engines built during the First World War by German firm Maschinenfabrik Augsberg-Nurnberg AG. The engine worked on the four stroke cycle and originally had six, single acting cyclinders. After the war, the engine was used by the British Admiralty for experimental and testing purposes.
- Marine Engines
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- Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty
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