George B

Saturday 17th December 1892

George B. Brayton (61) of Boston, Massachusetts, inventor of the first American commercial internal combustion engine, which he manufactured and sold, died. Its principle of continuous ignition later became the basis for the turbine engine. A pressurised air-fuel mixture from a reservoir was ignited upon entering a water-cooled cylinder.

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