Published: Jun 2003
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The diesel engine is now fully established in a variety of applications on land and in marine use. On land, it serves to power trains, buses, trucks, and automobiles; to run construction, petroleum drilling, and other off-road equipment; and to be the prime mover in a wide range of power generation and pumping applications. At sea, it serves both to provide main propulsion power and run auxiliaries.
Manager, Petroleum Products Technology, Southwest Research Institute, San Antonio, TX
Consultant Engineer, Gas Turbine Combustion & Fuels, San Diego, CA