Physics in Relation to the Internal Combustion Engine

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    THE development of all internal combustion engines using gas or oil as a fuel and for all duties, whether stationary on land or for transport, road, marine, or in the air, owes more to the guidance of physics than any other prime mover.

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    Physics in Relation to the Internal Combustion Engine. Nature 127, 799–800 (1931). https://doi.org/10.1038/127799a0

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