Rudolf Diesel

/Rudolf Diesel

Rudolf Diesel

French-born engineer, inventor of the Diesel engine. Rudolf Diesel found that by placing an engine with an alternator mounted on a frame with a diesel fuel tank would be called a generator as it generates useable electrical power. Used as emergency power and auxiliary power in the event of a power loss, installed as a permanent power protection system for business continuity. What he never knew is that the fuel would be forever called after himself, Diesel. Also the brand name of a fashion company, same name.


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