Aero-Diesel Uses Better Cast Iron

For general aviation, diesel-cycle engines offer fuel economy and the ability to use the same widely available kerosene, but they are heavier than gasoline piston engines because of the block strength required to withstand the combustion forces of compression ignition. Now Engineered Propulsion...

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