The Carburetor

The German Engineer/Designer Wilhelm Maybach in 1893, invented the Carburetor. His overall model, is still used in all modern carburetors, by prepared the fuel-air mixture for injection in the combustion cylinder. The first carbureted gasoline engine was called the Phoenix and was developed by both Maybach and his partner, Gottlieb Wilhelm Daimler.

Date:
      1893
Name(s):
      Wilhelm Maybach
Occupation:
      Designer
      Engineer
Location:
      Germany


Additional Information:

  • Carburetor – Wikipedia
    A carburetor was invented by an Italian, Luigi De Cristoforis, in 1876. Another carburetor was developed by Enrico Bernardi at the University of Padua in 1882, for his Motrice Pia, the first petrol combustion engine (one cylinder, 121.6 cc) prototyped on 5 August 1882.
  • Wilhelm Maybach – Wikipedia
    Wilhelm Maybach (help·info) (German pronunciation: [ˈvɪlhɛlm ˈmaɪbax]; 9 February 1846 – 29 December 1929) was an early German engine designer and industrialist. During the 1890s he was hailed in France, then the world centre for car production, as the “King of Designers”.
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