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Marine diesel engines: The beginning of the end?

The Sulzer Brothers foundry was established in 1834 by Johann Jakob Sulzer-Neuffert and his two sons. In 1898, Sulzer constructed its first diesel engine, part of a cooperation with German inventor and mechanical engineer Rudolf Diesel. Six years later, the company installed its first diesel engine in a ship, a freight boat named ‘Venoge’. The […]

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