List of aircraft engines

This is an alphabetical list of aircraft engines by manufacturer.

ABC Dragonfly at the London Science Museum
CFM56-5B series engine installed on Airberlin Airbus A320 family
Pratt & Whitney Canada PW127G engine installed on RAFO EADS CASA C-295

0–9 edit

2si edit

3W edit

Source: RMV[1]

  • 3W 106iB2
  • 3W-110
  • 3W-112
  • 3W-170
  • 3W-210
  • 3W-220

A edit

Abadal (Francisco Serramalera Abadal) edit

[1]

  • Abadal Y-12 350/400 hp 120 mm × 140 mm (4.7 in × 5.5 in)[2]

ABC edit

Source: Lumsden.[3]

ABECO edit

Source: RMV[1]

  • ABECO GEM

Aberg edit

Source: RMV[1]

  • Type Sklenar

ABLE edit

Source: RMV, Able Experimental Aircraft Engine Co.[6] (Able Experimental Aircraft Engine Co., Altimizer, Hoverhawk (US))

  • ABLE 2275
  • ABLE 2500
  • ABLE VW x 2 Geared Drive

Accurate Automation Corp edit

  • Accurate Automation AT-1500
  • Accurate Automation AT-1700

Ace edit

(Ace American Engr Corp, Horace Keane Aeroplane Co, North Beach, Long Island NY.)

ACE edit

(American Cirrus Engine Inc) Source: RMV[1][7]

ACT edit

(Aircraft Cylinder and Turbine Co) Source: RMV[1]

  • ACT Super 600

Adams edit

Source: RMV[1]

  • Adams (UK) 4 Cylinder in-line of 140 HP
  • Adams (UK) 8 V

Adams-Dorman edit

Source: RMV[1]

  • Adams-Dorman 60/80 HP

Adams-Farwell edit

The Adams Company, Dubuque, Iowa / F.O. Farwell, engines for gyrocopters[1]

  • Adams-Farwell 36 hp 5-cyl rotary engine 4.25 in × 3.25 in (108 mm × 83 mm)[2][4][7]
  • Adams-Farwell 50 HP[7]
  • Adams-Farwell 55 hp 5-cyl rotary 5.25 in × 5 in (133 mm × 127 mm)[2][7]
  • Adams-Farwell 63 hp 5-cyl rotary 5.625 in × 5 in (142.9 mm × 127.0 mm)[2][4][7]
  • Adams-Farwell 72 hp 5-cyl rotary 6 in × 6 in (150 mm × 150 mm)[2][4][7]
  • Adams-Farwell 280 hp 6cyl double rotary 6 in × 6 in (150 mm × 150 mm)[2][7]
  • Adams-Farwell 6-cyl double rotary 5 in × 5 in (130 mm × 130 mm)[2]
  • Adams-Farwell 10-cyl double rotary 5 in × 5 in (130 mm × 130 mm)[2]
  • Adams-Farwell 14-cyl double rotary 5 in × 5 in (130 mm × 130 mm)[2]
  • Adams-Farwell 18-cyl double rotary 5 in × 5 in (130 mm × 130 mm)[2]
  • Adams-Farwell KM 11[7]

ADC edit

ADC (from "Aircraft Disposal Company")[3] bought 35,000 war-surplus engines in 1920. Initially produced engines from Renault 70 hp spares.

 
ADC Cirrus

Adept-Airmotive edit

Source: RMV[1]

Ader edit

Source: RMV[1]

  • Ader Eole engine (Vapour)
  • Ader Avion engine (Vapour)
  • Ader 2V
  • Ader 4V

Adler edit

Source: RMV[1]

  • Adler 50 hp 4-cyl in-line 100 mm × 125 mm (3.9 in × 4.9 in)[2]
  • Adler 100 hp 6-cyl in-line 115 mm × 135 mm (4.5 in × 5.3 in)[2]
  • Adler 222 hp V-8 116 mm × 160 mm (4.6 in × 6.3 in)[2]

Adorjan & Dedics edit

Source: RMV[1]

  • Adorjan & Dedics 2V

Advance Engines edit

Source: RMV[1]

  • Advance 4V, 20/25 HP

Advanced Engine Design edit

Source: RMV[1]

  • Advanced Engine Design Spitfire 1 Cylinder
  • Advanced Engine Design Spitfire 2 Cylinder
  • Advanced Engine Design Spitfire 3 Cylinder
  • Advanced Engine Design Spitfire 4 Cylinder
  • Advanced Engine Design K2-1000
  • Advanced Engine Design 110 HP (BMW Conversion)
  • Advanced Engine Design 220 LC
  • Advanced Engine Design 440 LC
  • Advanced Engine Design 660 LC
  • Advanced Engine Design 880 LC
  • Advanced Engine Design 530 (Kawasaki Conversion)

AEADC edit

(Aircraft Engine & Accessory Development Corporation) Source: RMV[1]

  • AEADC Gryphon M[7]
  • AEADC Gryphon N[7]
  • AEADC O-510 (Gryphon M)[7]
  • AEADC O-810 (Gryphon N)[7]

AEC edit

Source: RMV[1]

  • AEC Keane

Aeolus Flugmotor edit

Source: RMV[1]

Aerien CC edit

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aerien 20/25 HP
  • Aerien 30 HP

Aermacchi edit

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aermacchi MB-2

Aero & Marine edit

  • Aero & Marine 50 HP

Aero Adventure edit

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aero Adventure GFL-2000

AeroConversions edit

Aero Development edit

Source: RMV[1] (See SPEER)

Aero Engines Ltd. edit

(formerly William Douglas (Bristol) Ltd.)

  • Aero Engines Dryad[3]
  • Aero Engines Pixie[3]
  • Aero Engines Sprite[3]
  • Aero Engines inverted V-4[1]
  • Aero Engines inverted V-6[1]
  • Douglas 750cc

Aero Motion edit

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aero Motion 0-100
  • Aero Motion 0-101

Aero Motors edit

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aero Motors Aerobat 150 HP

Aero Pixie edit

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aero Pixie 153 cc, 2T

Aero Prag edit

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aeroprag KT-422
  • Aeroprag AP-45
  • Aeroprag TP-422

Aero Products edit

(Aero Products Aeronautical Products Corp, Naugatuck CT.) Source: RMV[1]

  • Aero Products Scorpion 100 HP

Aero Sled edit

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aero Sled Twin Flat, 20 HP

Aero Sport International edit

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aero Sport International Wade Aero (WANKEL) 2 Types

AeroTwin Motors Corporation edit

Aerojet edit

Aerojet produced rocket engines for missiles. It merged with Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne.

  • Aerojet LR1 (Aerojet 25AL-1000)[8]
  • Aerojet LR3 (Aerojet 25ALD-1000)[8]
  • Aerojet LR5 (Aerojet X40ALD-3000)[8]
  • Aerojet LR7 (Aerojet ZCALT-6000)[8]
  • Aerojet LR9 (Aerojet X4AL-1000)[8]
  • Aerojet LR13 (Aerojet X60ALD-4000 / Aerojet 4.104a / Aerojet 4.103a)[8]
  • Aerojet LR15 (Aerojet XCNLT-1500)[8]
  • Aerojet LR45 (Aerojet AJ24-1)[8]
  • Aerojet LR49[8]
  • Aerojet LR51[8]
  • Aerojet LR53[8]
  • Aerojet LR59 (CIM-99 Bomarc booster engine)
  • Aerojet LR87
  • Aerojet LR91
  • Aerojet-General SR19 (Aerojet Minuteman 2nd stage motor)
  • Aerojet 1KS-2800A[8]
  • Aerojet 2KS-11000 (X102C1)[8]
  • Aerojet 2KS-33000A[8]
  • Aerojet 2.2KS-33000[9]
  • Aerojet 2.5KS-18000 (X103C1)[8][10]
  • Aerojet 5KS-4500[9]
  • Aerojet 12AS-250 Junior[9]
  • Aerojet 14AS-1000 (D-5) – RATO unit[9][8]
  • Aerojet 15KS-1000[10] RATO unit
  • Aerojet 15NS-250[10]
  • Aerojet 30AS-1000C – RATO unit[8]
  • Aerojet 2.2KS-11000[9]
  • Aerojet AJ10[8]
  • Aerojet AJ-260 – largest solid-rocket motor ever built
  • Aerojet M-1
  • Aerojet Hawk motor[10] (for Hawk SAM)
  • Aerojet Polaris motor
  • Aerojet Senior[10]

Aeromarine Company edit

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aeromarine Company D5-1 (Pulse-Jet)

Aeromarine edit

  • Aeromarine AL[1]
  • Aeromarine NAL[1]
  • Aeromarine S[1]
  • Aeromarine S-12[1]
  • Aeromarine AR-3[7]
    • Aeromarine AR-3-40[7]
  • Aeromarine AR-5[7]
  • Aeromarine AR-7[1]
  • Aeromarine AL-24[1]
  • Aeromarine B-9[1]
  • Aeromarine B-45
  • Aeromarine B-90
  • Aeromarine D-12 150 hp 4.3125 in × 5.125 in (109.54 mm × 130.18 mm)[2][7]
  • Aeromarine K-6
  • Aeromarine L-6 130 hp 4.25 in × 6.5 in (108 mm × 165 mm)[1][2]
    • Aeromarine L-6-D (direct drive)[2][11]
    • Aeromarine L-6-G (geared)[2][11]
  • Aeromarine L-8 192 hp 4.25 in × 6.5 in (108 mm × 165 mm)[2][7]
  • Aeromarine RAD[7]
  • Aeromarine T-6[7]
  • Aeromarine U-6[7]
    • Aeromarine U-6-D[1]
  • Aeromarine U-8[1]
    • Aeromarine U-8-873[1]
    • Aeromarine U-8D[7]
  • Aeromarine 85 hp 1914[7]
  • Aeromarine 90hp
  • Aeromarine 100 hp V-8 3.5 in × 5.125 in (88.9 mm × 130.2 mm)[1][2][7]

Aeromax edit

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aeromax 100 I-F-B
  • Aeromax 100 L-D

Aeromotion edit

See: AMI

Aeromotor edit

(Detroit Aeromotor. Const. Co) Source: RMV[1]

  • Aeromotor 30 hp 4-cyl in-line[2]
  • Aeromotor 75 hp 6-cyl in-line[2]

Aeronamic edit

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aeronamic ATS

Aeronautical Engineering Co. edit

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aeronautical Engineering 9-cyl radial 200 HP

Aeronca edit

Aeroplane Motors Company edit

(Aeroplane Motors) Source: RMV[1]

  • Aeroplane 59 hp V-8 3.98 in × 4.72 in (101 mm × 120 mm)[2]

Aeroprotech edit

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aeroprotech VW 2.3

Aerosila edit

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aerosila TA-4 FE
  • Aerosila 6 A/U
  • Aerosila 8 N/K
  • Aerosila 12
  • Aerosila 12-60
  • Aerosila 14 (-032,-130,-35)
  • Aerosila 18-100 (-200)
  • GTTP-300

Aerosport edit

Aerostar edit

Source: RMV[1]

Aerotech engines edit

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aerotech 2 Cylinder 2T

Aerotech-PL edit

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aerotech-PL EA81, Subaru conversion
  • Aerotech-PL VW conversion
  • Aerotech-PL BMW conversion
  • Aerotech-PL Suzuki conversion
  • Aerotech-PL Guzzi conversion

Aerotechnik edit

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aerotechnik Tatra-100
  • Aerotechnik Tatra-102
  • Aerotechnik Hirth (Lic)
  • Aerotechnik Mikron (Lic)
  • Aerotechnik Tatra-714 (VW)

Aerotek edit

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aerotek Mazda RX-7 (conversion)

AES edit

(See Rev-Air)[1]

Affordable Turbine Power edit

Source: RMV[1]

  • Affordable Turbine Power Model 6.5

AFR edit

Source: RMV[1]

  • AFR BMW Conversion
  • AFR R 100 70/80 hp
  • AFR R 1100D 90/100 hp
  • AFR R 1100S 98 hp
  • AFR R 1150RT 95 hp
  • AFR R 1200GS 100 hp

Agilis edit

(Agilis Engines) Sources: RMV[1][12][13]

  • Agilis TF-800
  • Agilis TF-1000
  • Agilis TF-1200
  • Agilis TF-1400
  • Agilis TF-1500
  • Agilis TJ-60 (MT-60)
  • Agilis TJ-75
  • Agilis TJ-80
  • Agilis TJ-400

Agusta edit

Ahrbecker Son and Hankers edit

Source: RMV[1]

  • Ahrbecker Son and Hankers 10 HP
  • Ahrbecker Son and Hankers 20 HP
  • Ahrbecker Son and Hankers 1 Cylinder – vapor

AIC edit

(Aviation Ind. China. See Catic and Carec)[1]

Aichi edit

 
A preserved Aichi Atsuta

Source:Gunston 1989[14] except where noted.

AICTA edit

(AICTA Design Work, Prague, Czech Republic)

Aile Volante edit

  • Aile Volante C.C.2[15]
  • Aile Volante C.C.4[16]

Air Repair Incorporated edit

Source: RMV[1] (Jacobs Licence)

(Jacobs-Page Licence)

Air Ryder edit

Source: RMV[1]

  • Air Ryder Subaru EA-81 (Conversion)

Air Technical Arsenal edit

Source: RMV[1]

  • Air Technical Arsenal TSU-11
  • Air Technical Arsenal TR-30

Air-Craft Engine Corp edit

Source: RMV[1]

  • Air-Craft Engine Corp LA-1

Aircat edit

(Detroit Aircraft Eng. Corp.) Source: RMV[1]

  • Aircat Radial 5 cylinders

Aircooled Motors edit

See: Franklin

Aircraft Engine Co edit

(Aircraft Engine Co Inc, Oakland, CA)

  • Aircraft 1911 80 hp

Aircraft & Ind. Motor Corp edit

(See Schubert)

AiResearch edit

See: Garrett, Allied Signal and Honeywell

Airex edit

Airmotive-Perito edit

See: Adept-Airmotive

Airship Aircraft Engine Company edit

  • Airship A-Tech 100 Diesel[1]

Airtrike edit

(AirTrike GmbH i.L., Berlin, Germany)

AISA edit

Source: RMV[1]

Aixro edit

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aixro XF-40
  • Aixro XH-40
  • Aixro XP-40
  • Aixro XR-30
  • Aixro XR-40
  • Aixro XR-50

Ajax edit

Source: RMV[1]

  • Ajax 7-cyl rotary
  • Ajax 6-cyl radial (2 rows of 3 cyls.), 80 HP

Akkerman edit

  • Akkerman Model 235 30 HP, special fuel[1]

Akron edit

  • Funk E200
  • Funk E4L[1]

Albatross edit

(Albatross Co Detroit)

  • Albatross 50 hp 6-cyl radial 4.5 in × 5 in (110 mm × 130 mm)[1][2]
  • Albatross 100 hp 6-cyl radial 5.5 in × 5 in (140 mm × 130 mm)[1][2]

Aldasoro edit

  • Aldasoro aero engine[1]

Alexander edit

  • Alexander 4-cyl[1]
  • Alexanderradial 5-cyl[1]

Alfa Romeo edit

Societa per Azioni Alfa Romeo[17]

Alfaro edit

Allen edit

Alliance edit

(Aubrey W. Hess/Alliance Aircraft Corporation)

Allied edit

  • Allied Monsoon Licensed manufacturer of French Règnier 4L

AlliedSignal edit

Allis-Chalmers edit

Source: Gunston[14]

Allison edit

 
Allison V-1710

Almen edit

Alvaston edit

  • Alvaston 20 hp 2-cyl opposed 114 mm × 114 mm (4.5 in × 4.5 in)[2][23]
  • Alvaston 30 hp 2-cyl opposed 132 mm × 127 mm (5.2 in × 5.0 in)[2][23]
  • Alvaston 50 hp 4-cyl opposed 144 mm × 128 mm (5.7 in × 5.0 in)[2][23]

Alvis edit

American Cirrus Engine edit

See: ACE

American Engineering Corporation edit

Source: RMV[1]

  • ACE Keane

American Helicopter edit

  • American Helicopter PJ49 Pulsejet
  • American Helicopter XPJ49-AH-3

American Motor & Aviation Co edit

  • American 1911 rotary
  • American S-5 radial

AMCEL edit

(AMCEL Propulsion Company)

  • AMCEL controllable solid fuel rocket[10]

AMI edit

(AeroMotion Inc.)

  • AeroMotion Twin[24]
  • AeroMotion O-100 Twin
  • AeroMotion O-101 Twin

AMT Netherlands edit

(Aviation Microjet Technology)

AMT USA edit

(AMT USA, LLC, Cincinnati)

A.M.U.A.L edit

(Établissement A.M.U.A.L)

  • A.M.U.A.L M.J.5 65° V-8 350 hp 150 mm × 200 mm (5.9 in × 7.9 in)[2]
  • A.M.U.A.L M.J.6 90° V-8 400 hp 150 mm × 200 mm (5.9 in × 7.9 in)[2]
  • A.M.U.A.L M.J.7 90° V-8 600 hp 180 mm × 210 mm (7.1 in × 8.3 in)[2]

Angle edit

  • Angle 100 hp Radial

Ansaldo edit

  • Ansaldo San Giorgio 4E-145 6I 300 hp[2][29]
  • Ansaldo San Giorgio 4E-150 6I 300 hp[2][29]
  • Ansaldo San Giorgio 4E-284 V-12 450 hp[2][29]
  • Ansaldo San Giorgio 4E-290 V-12 550 hp[2][29]

Antoinette edit

Source:Gunston[14][18]

  • Antoinette 32 hp V-8 80 mm × 80 mm (3.1 in × 3.1 in)[2]
  • Antoinette 46 hp?
  • Antoinette 64 hp V-16 80 mm × 80 mm (3.1 in × 3.1 in)[2]
  • Antoinette 67hp V-8 110 mm × 105 mm (4.3 in × 4.1 in)
  • Antoinette 165 hp V-16
  • Antoinette 134 hp V-8 110 mm × 105 mm (4.3 in × 4.1 in)[2]
  • Antoinette 55 hp V-8[2]
  • Antoinette V-32[2]

Anzani edit

For British Anzani products see: British Anzani

Source:[14][18][30]

 
Anzani 6

Air-cooled Anzani engines

  • Anzani V-2[31]
  • Anzani 3-cylinder fan engines
    • Anzani 14 hp 85 mm × 85 mm (3.3 in × 3.3 in)[31]
    • Anzani 15 hp 85 mm × 100 mm (3.3 in × 3.9 in)[31]
    • Anzani 24.5 hp 105 mm × 130 mm (4.1 in × 5.1 in)[31]
    • Anzani 31.6 hp 120 mm × 130 mm (4.7 in × 5.1 in)[31]
    • Anzani 42.3 hp 135 mm × 150 mm (5.3 in × 5.9 in)[31]
    • Anzani 10-12 hp 85 mm × 85 mm (3.3 in × 3.3 in)
    • Anzani 12-15 hp 85 mm × 100 mm (3.3 in × 3.9 in)
    • Anzani 25-30 hp 105 mm × 130 mm (4.1 in × 5.1 in)
    • Anzani 30-35 hp 120 mm × 130 mm (4.7 in × 5.1 in)
    • Anzani 40-45 hp 135 mm × 150 mm (5.3 in × 5.9 in)
    • Anzani 45-50 hp[31]
  • Anzani 30hp 3-cyl radial 105 mm × 120 mm (4.1 in × 4.7 in)[31]
  • Anzani 45 hp 5-cyl radial[31]
  • Anzani 60 hp 5-cyl radial
  • Anzani 6-cylinder
    • Anzani 40-45 hp radial 90 mm × 120 mm (3.5 in × 4.7 in)[31]
    • Anzani 50-60 hp radial 105 mm × 120 mm (4.1 in × 4.7 in)[31]
    • Anzani 70 hp radial 105 mm × 120 mm (4.1 in × 4.7 in)
    • Anzani 80 hp radial 115 mm × 140 mm (4.5 in × 5.5 in)[32]
  • Anzani 95 hp 7-cyl radial
  • Anzani 10-cylinder
    • Anzani 60-70 hp radial 90 mm × 120 mm (3.5 in × 4.7 in)[31]
    • Anzani 100-110 hp radial 105 mm × 140 mm (4.1 in × 5.5 in)[31]
    • Anzani 95-100 hp radial 105 mm × 145 mm (4.1 in × 5.7 in)[31]
    • Anzani 125 hp radial 115 mm × 150 mm (4.5 in × 5.9 in)[31]
    • Anzani 125 hp radial 115 mm × 155 mm (4.5 in × 6.1 in)[31]
    • Anzani 200 hp radial[31]
  • Anzani 100 hp 14-cyl radial 105 mm × 140 mm (4.1 in × 5.5 in)[31]
  • Anzani 150-160 hp 14-cyl radial 90 mm × 120 mm (3.5 in × 4.7 in)[32]
  • Anzani 20 200 hp 20-cyl radial 105 mm × 140 mm (4.1 in × 5.5 in)[33]

Water-cooled Anzani engines

  • Anzani 30-32 hp V-4 100 mm × 120 mm (3.9 in × 4.7 in)[31]
  • Anzani 56-70 hp V-4 135 mm × 150 mm (5.3 in × 5.9 in)[31]
  • Anzani 600-700 hp 20-cyl radial 140 mm × 150 mm (5.5 in × 5.9 in)[31] In-line radial 10 banks of 2 cylinders[34][35]
  • Anzani W-6[31]
  • Anzani 6A3 (6-cyl radial 60 hp)

ARDEM edit

(Avions Roger Druine Engines M)

  • Ardem 4 CO2

Ares edit

(Ares ltd., Finland)

  • Ares diesel Cirrus[36]

Argus Motoren edit

Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

  • Argus Type I ("50hp") – 4-cyl. 50-70 hp 4.88 in × 5.12 in (124 mm × 130 mm))[2][37]
  • Argus Type II (4-cyl. 100 hp 5.51 in × 5.51 in (140 mm × 140 mm))[2]
  • Argus Type III (aka Argus 110 hp) – 6-cyl 4.88 in × 5.12 in (124 mm × 130 mm))
  • Argus Type IV (aka 140/150 hp) – 4-cyl. 140 hp 6.1 in × 6.5 in (150 mm × 170 mm))[2]
  • Argus Type V (6-cyl. 140 hp 5.51 in × 5.51 in (140 mm × 140 mm))[2]
  • Argus Type VI (6-cyl. 140 hp 6.1 in × 6.5 in (150 mm × 170 mm))[2]
  • Argus Type VII (6-cyl. 115-130 hp 5.12 in × 5.12 in (130 mm × 130 mm))[2]
  • Argus Type VIII (6-cyl. 190 hp 5.91 in × 5.7 in (150 mm × 145 mm))[2]
  • Argus As I 4-cylinder, 100-hp, year 1913
  • Argus As II, 6-cylinder, 120-hp, year 1914[38]
  • Argus As III 6-cylinder upright inline
  • Argus As 5 24-cylinder in-line radial (6 banks of four cylinders)
  • Argus As VI 700 hp V-12[35]
  • Argus As VIA[35]
  • Argus As 7 9R 700 hp[37]
  • Argus As 8 4-cylinder inverted inline[37]
  • Argus As 10 8-cylinder inverted V[37]
  • Argus As 12 16H 550 hp[37]
  • Argus As 16 4-cylinder horizontally-opposed 35 hp[39]
  • Argus As 17
  • Argus As 014 (aka "Argus 109-014") – pulse jet engine for V-1 flying bomb and Tornado boat
  • Argus As 044[37]
  • Argus As 16 4-cylinder inverted inline 40 hp[37]
  • Argus As 17 6-cylinder inverted inline 225 hp / 285 hp[37]
  • Argus As 401 development and renumbering of the As 10
  • Argus As 402[37]
  • Argus As 410 12-cylinder inverted V[37]
  • Argus As 411 12-cylinder inverted V[37]
  • Argus As 412 24-cylinder H-block, prototyped[37]
  • Argus As 413 – similar to 412, never built[37]
  • Argus 109-044[37]
  • Argus 115 hp 6-cylinder upright inline 130 mm × 130 mm (5.1 in × 5.1 in)[11]
  • Argus 130 hp 6-cylinder upright inline 130 mm × 130 mm (5.1 in × 5.1 in)[11]
  • Argus 145 hp 6-cylinder upright inline 140 mm × 140 mm (5.5 in × 5.5 in)[11]
  • Argus 190 hp 6-cylinder upright inline 150 mm × 145 mm (5.9 in × 5.7 in)[11]

Argylls edit

Armstrong Siddeley edit

Armstrong Siddeley was formed by purchase of Siddeley-Deasy in 1919.

 
Armstrong Siddeley Tiger at the London Science Museum

Armstrong Whitworth edit

  • Armstrong Whitworth 1918 30° V-12[11][2]

Arrow SNC edit

Arsenal edit

Source:Gunston[14]

Asahina edit

  • Asahina 9-cyl 100 hp rotary[2]

Ashmusen edit

(Ashmusen Manufacturing Company)

  • Ashmusen 1908 60 hp 8HOA[2]
  • Ashmusen 1908 105 hp 12HOA[11][2]

Aspin edit

(F.M. Aspin & Company)

Aster edit

  • Aster 51 hp 4-cylinder-line[18][2]

Astrodyne edit

(Astrodyne Inc.)

ATAR edit

(Atelier Technique Aéronautique de Rickenbach – pre SNECMA take-over)

  • ATAR 101
  • ATAR 103
  • ATAR 104 (Vulcain)
  • ATAR 201
  • ATAR 202
  • ATAR 203

Atwood edit

(Atwood Aeronautic Company, Williamsport, PA / Harry N. Atwood)

  • Atwood 120-180 hp V-12 (3.5 in × 4.5 in (89 mm × 114 mm) bore x stroke[2][40]
  • Atwood M-1 (1916)
  • Atwood M-2 (1916)
  • Atwood Twin Six

Aubier & Dunne edit

Data from:Italian Civil & Military Aircraft 1930–1945[17]

  • Aubier & Dunne 2-cyl 17 hp[15]
  • Aubier & Dunne 3-cyl[15]
  • Aubier-Dunne V.2D

Austin edit

  • Austin V-12[2]
  • Austin rotary engine[2]

Austro-Daimler edit

Source:Gunston[14]

Austro Engine edit

Auto Diesels edit

  • Auto Diesels STAD A250[41]
  • Auto Diesels STAD A260[41]
  • Auto Diesels LPI Mk.12A/L[41]
  • Auto Diesels LPI Mk.12A/T[41]
  • Auto Diesels LPI Mk.12A/D[41]
  • Auto Diesels GT15[41]
  • Auto Diesels 7660.001.020[41]

Ava edit

(L'Agence General des Moteurs Ava)

Avco Lycoming edit

See:Lycoming

Avia edit

Avia Wytwórnia Maszyn Precyzjnych Avia Akciova Spolecnost pro Prumysel Letecky
Avia Narodny Podnik

Aviadvigatel edit

Aviatik edit

Argus engines sold in France under the brand name 'Aviatik' by Automobil und Aviatik AG [46]

A.V. Roe edit

  • A.V. Roe 20 hp 2-cyl.[3]

Avro edit

Avro Canada edit

Axelson edit

  • Axelson A-7-R 115 hp[48]
  • Axelson-Floco B 150 hp

Axial Vector Engine Corporation edit

Aztatl edit

  • Aztatl 3-cyl radial[2]
  • Aztatl 6-cyl 80 hp radial[2][49]
  • Aztatl 10-cyl radial[2]

B edit

Bailey edit

  • Bailey C-7-R "Bull's Eye" 1927 = 140 hp 7RA.

Bailey Aviation edit

Baradat–Esteve edit

(Claudio Baradat Guillé & Carlos Esteve)

  • Baradat toroidal engine[1]

Basse und Selve edit

  • Basse und Selve BuS. 120 hp (125 mm × 160 mm (4.9 in × 6.3 in) 120-130 hp)[2]
  • Basse und Selve BuS.III 150 hp
  • Basse und Selve BuS.IV (160 mm × 200 mm (6.3 in × 7.9 in) / 155 mm × 200 mm (6.1 in × 7.9 in) 260 hp / 270 hp)[2]
  • Basse und Selve BuS.IVa 300 hp[11]

Bates edit

Data from:[18]

  • Bates 29 hp V-4

Bayerische edit

(Bayerische Motoren Gesellschaft)

  • Bayerische 7-cyl 50 hp rotary[2]

Beardmore edit

Source: Lumsden[3]

 
Beardmore 120 hp on display at the London Science Museum

Béarn edit

Construction Mécanique du Béarn/Société de Construction et d'Exploitation de Matériels et de Moteurs

Beatty edit

  • Beatty 40 hp 4-cyl.(4.375 in × 4 in (111.1 mm × 101.6 mm))[2]
  • Beatty 50 hp 4-cyl.(4.375 in × 4.5 in (111.1 mm × 114.3 mm))[2][3]
  • Beatty 60 hp 4-cyl. (geared 0.66:1 4.375 in × 5 in (111.1 mm × 127.0 mm))[2]
  • Beatty 80 hp 8-cyl. V-8 (4.375 in × 4 in (111.1 mm × 101.6 mm))[2][3]

Beck edit

  • Beck 1910 toroidal engine[2]
  • Beck 35 hp 4cyl toroidal engine 80 mm × 130 mm (3.1 in × 5.1 in)[32]
  • Beck 50 hp 4cyl toroidal engine 110 mm × 130 mm (4.3 in × 5.1 in)[32]
  • Beck 75 hp 4cyl toroidal engine 120 mm × 130 mm (4.7 in × 5.1 in)[32]

Beecher edit

(B.L. Beecher Company, New Haven, Connecticut)

  • Beecher 8HOA[2]

Bell Aerosystems Company edit

Bentley edit

Benz edit

Source:Gunston[14]

Berliner edit

  • Berliner 6 hp rotary helicopter engine

Bertin edit

  • Bertin 50 hp X-4[4]
  • Bertin 100 hp X-8[4]

Besler edit

See: Doble-Besler

Beaussier edit

(Moteurs Beaussier)

Bessonov edit

(A. A. Bessonov)

  • Bessonov MM-1

Better Half edit

Beardmore Halford Pullinger (B.H.P.) edit

Binetti edit

  • Binetti B-300[2]

Blackburn edit

Includes engines of Cirrus Engine Division of Blackburn Source: Lumsden[3]

Blackburne edit

Bliss edit

(E.W. Bliss Company)

Bloch edit

BMW edit

Source: Gunston[14] except where noted

 
BMW 801

Boeing edit

Source:Pelletier[58] except where noted

Boitel edit

Boland edit

Bonner edit

(Aero Bonner Ltd.)

  • Bonner Super Sapphire[44]

Borzecki edit

(Jozef Borzecki)

Botali edit

  • Botali Diesel – eight-cylinder air-cooled 118 hp[19]

Bramo edit

Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

Brandner edit

Breda edit

  • Breda 320 hp V-8[2]

Breguet-Bugatti edit

  • Breguet-Bugatti U.16
  • Breguet-Bugatti U.24
  • Breguet-Bugatti U.24bis
  • Breguet-Bugatti Quadrimotor Type A
  • Breguet-Bugatti Quadrimotor Type B
  • Breguet-Bugatti H-32B

Breitfeld & Danek edit

  • Breitfeld & Danek Perun I 6-cylinder 170 hp
  • Breitfeld & Danek Perun II 6-cylinder 276 hp
  • Breitfeld & Danek BD-500 500 hp
  • Breitfeld & Daněk Hiero IV
  • Breitfeld & Daněk Hiero L
  • Breitfeld & Daněk Hiero N

Breese edit

  • Breese 40 hp 3-cyl radial[2]

Breuer edit

(Breuer Werke G.m.b.H.)

Brewer edit

(Captain R.W.A. Brewer)

  • Brewer Type M Gryphon O-8[42]
  • Brewer 250 hp O-12[42]
  • Brewer 500 hp X-16[42]

Briggs & Stratton edit

Bristol Engine Company (Bristol) edit

Division of Bristol Aeroplane Company formed when Cosmos Engineering was taken over in 1920. Became Bristol Aero Engines in 1956. Merged with Armstrong Siddeley in 1958 to form Bristol Siddeley. Sources: Piston engines, Lumsden,[3] gas turbine and rocket engines, Gunston.[14]

 
Bristol Pegasus radial

Ramjets edit

  • Bristol BE.25[9]
  • Bristol BRJ.1 6in ramjet, Initial development model using Boeing combustor.
  • Bristol BRJ.2 16in ramjet. Scaled up BRJ1 with Boeing combustor.
  • Bristol BRJ.2/5 16in M2 ramjet. Used on early Red Duster. Known to the MoS as BT.1 Thor
  • Bristol BRJ.3 16in M2 ramjet. Fitted with NGTE combustor and used on XRD. Rated at 100,000 lbf (440 kN) at M3, Ø = 16 in (41 cm)
  • Bristol BRJ.4/1 16in M2 ramjet. Used on early Red Duster and Bloodhound I. Known to the MoS as BT.2 Thor
  • Bristol BRJ.5/1 16in M2 ramjet. Used on Bloodhound II. Became BT.3 Thor
  • Bristol BRJ.601 16in M3 ramjet. Tested on Bobbin.
  • Bristol BRJ.701 23in M3 ramjet project study.
  • Bristol BRJ.801[21]
  • Bristol BRJ.801 18in M3 ramjet. Initial M3 ramjet developed for Stage 134 Blue Envoy.
  • Bristol BRJ.811 18in M3 ramjet. M3 ramjet developed for Stage 134 Blue Envoy.
  • Bristol BRJ.824 18in M3 ramjet. Cancelled with Blue Steel Mk2.

Bristol Siddeley edit

Bristol Siddeley was formed by Bristol taking over Armstrong Siddeley, rebranding several of the engines. It took over de Havilland engines and, in turn, became a division of Rolls-Royce Limited.

British Anzani edit

For French Anzani engines see: Anzani

British Salmson edit

British Rotary edit

  • British Rotary 100 hp 10-cyl. rotary[2]

Brooke edit

(Brooke, Chicago)

  • Brooke 85 hp 10-cyl. rotary[2]
  • Brooke 24 hp 6-cyl. rotary[2]
  • Brooke Multi-X[2]

Brott edit

(A. Brott, Denver, Colorado)

  • Brott 35 hp V-4 air-cooled[2]
  • Brott 45 hp V-4 water-cooled[2]
  • Brott 60 hp V-8 air-cooled[2]

Brouhot edit

Brownback edit

(Brownback Motor Laboratories Inc.)

  • Brownback C-400 (Tiger 100)[43]

Bucherer edit

  • Bucherer 2-cyl rotary[2]

Buchet edit

  • Buchet 6 in-line[2]
  • Buchet 8-12 hp 3-cyl inline[60]
  • Buchet 24 hp 6-cyl radial 80 mm × 80 mm (3.15 in × 3.15 in)[18][2]

Bücker edit

  • Bücker M 700

Budworth edit

(David Budworth Limited)

Bugatti edit

 
King Bugatti U-16

Burgess-White edit

(W. Starling Burgess, Rollin H. White / Burgess Company of Marblehead, MA and White Company of Cleveland, OH)

Burlat edit

 
Share of the Société des Moteurs Rotatifs Burlat, issued 1. November 1911

(Société des Moteurs Rotatifs Burlat)

  • Burlat 8cyl. 35 hp rotary – 26 kW (35 hp) at 1800 rpm, 95 mm × 120 mm (3.74 in × 4.72 in). 85 kg (187 lb). 6 500F[64][2][32]
  • Burlat 8cyl. 60 hp rotary – 45 kW (60 hp) at 1800 rpm, 120 mm × 120 mm (4.72 in × 4.72 in), 120 kg (264 lb), 11000F[64][2][32]
  • Burla 8cyl. 75 hp rotary – 56 kW (75 hp) at 1800 rpm, 120 mm × 170 mm (4.72 in × 6.69 in), 140 kg (308 lb), 11000F[64][2]
  • Burlat 16cyl. 120 hp rotary – 89 kW (120 hp)p at 1750 rpm, 120 mm × 120 mm (4.72 in × 4.72 in), 225 kg (495 lb), 22000 F[64][2][32]

Burnelli edit

  • Burnelli AR-3

Burt edit

(Peter Burt)

  • Burt 180 hp V-12[2]

C edit

CAC edit

CAE edit

See:Teledyne CAE

Caffort edit

(Anciens Etablissements Caffort Frères)

Cal-Aero edit

(Cal-aero Institute, California)

  • Cal-Aero Project[66]

Call edit

(Henry L. Call)

CAM edit

(Canadian Airmotive Inc.)

Canton-Unné edit

  • Canton-Unné X-9

Cameron edit

(Cameron Aero Engine Division / Everett S. Cameron)

  • Cameron C4-I-E1[5]
  • Cameron C6[5]
  • Cameron C12[5]

Campini edit

Source:Gunston[14]

CANSA edit

(Fabbrica Italiana Automobili TorinoCostruzioni Aeronautiche Novaresi S.A.)

Carden Aero Engines edit

Source:Ord-Hume.[68]

CAREC edit

(China National Aero-Engine Corporation)

Casanova edit

(Ramon Casanova)

  • Casanova pulse-jet[1]

Cato edit

Caunter edit

Centrum edit

  • Centrum 150 hp 6-cyl radial[2]

Ceskoslovenska Zbrojovka edit

Data from:[18]

  • Ceskoslovenska Zbrojovka ZOD 260-B 2-stroke radial diesel engine – 260 hp[19]

CFM International edit

Chaise edit

(Societe Anonyme Omnium Metallurgique et Industriel / Etablissements Chaise et Cie)[69]

Chamoy edit

(M. Fernand Chamoy)

  • Chamoy 5-cyl radial[71]

Chamberlin edit

  • Chamberlin L-236
  • Chamberlin L-267

Changzhou edit

(Changzhou Lan Xiang Machinery Works)

Charomskiy edit

Source:Gunston[14]

Chelomey edit

  • Chelomey D-3 Pulse-jet
  • Chelomey D-5 Pulse-jet
  • Chelomey D-6 Pulse-jet
  • Chelomey D-7 Pulse-jet

Chenu edit

  • Chenu 50-65 hp 4-cyl DD 110 mm × 190 mm (4.3 in × 7.5 in)[32][2]
  • Chenu 75 hp 6-cyl in-line 110 mm × 190 mm (4.3 in × 7.5 in)[32]
  • Chenu 90 hp 4-cyl GD 120 mm × 130 mm (4.7 in × 5.1 in)[32][2]
  • Chenu 80-90 hp 6-cyl DD[2]
  • Chenu 80-90 hp 6-cyl GD[2]
  • Chenu 200-250 hp 6-cyl DD 150 mm × 120 mm (5.9 in × 4.7 in)[32] (for dirigibles)[2]

Chengdu edit

Chevrolair edit

(The Arthur Chevrolet Aviation Motors Corporation)

  • Chevrolair 1923 Water-cooled in-line 4 upright[73]
  • Chevrolair D-4[43]
  • Chevrolair D-6[43][74]
  • Chevrolair 1923 Air-cooled in-line 4 upright and inverted[73]

Chevrolet edit

Chinese aero-engines edit

Chotia edit

Christoffersen edit

(Christoffersen Aircraft Company)

  • Christoffersen 120 hp 6-cyl in-line[2]
  • Christoffersen 120 hp V-12[2]

Chrysler edit

Church edit

(Jim Church)

  • Church J-3 Marathon
  • Church V-248 V-8[75]

Cicaré edit

Cirrus edit

Cisco Motors edit

Citroën edit

  • Citroen 2cyl Citroën 2CV – 18 hp
  • Citroen 4cyl Citroën GS 1.2 – 65 hp at 5,700 rpm

Clapp's Cars edit

Clément-Bayard edit

Data from:[18]

  • Clément-Bayard 30 hp 2-cyl HOW[2] 130.2 mm × 111.1 mm (5.125 in × 4.375 in)
  • Clément-Bayard 29 hp 4-cyl in-line[2] 100 mm × 120 mm (3.94 in × 4.72 in)
  • Clément-Bayard 40 hp 4-cyl in-line[2] 100 mm × 120 mm (3.94 in × 4.72 in)
  • Clément-Bayard 100 hp 4-cyl in-line 135 mm × 160 mm (5.3 in × 6.3 in)[32]
  • Clément-Bayard 118.5 hp 4-cyl in-line[2] 190 mm × 230 mm (7.48 in × 9.06 in)
  • Clément-Bayard 117.5 hp 6-cyl in-line[2] 155 mm × 185 mm (6.1 in × 7.28 in)
  • Clément-Bayard 250 hp 6-cyl in-line[2] 155 mm × 200 mm (6.1 in × 7.87 in) (for dirigibles)
  • Clément-Bayard 50 hp 7-cyl Radial[2] 100 mm × 115 mm (3.94 in × 4.53 in)
  • Clément-Bayard 300 hp 8-cyl in-line[2] 165 mm × 225 mm (6.5 in × 8.86 in) (for airships)
  • Clément-Bayard V-16[2] (for airships)

Cleone edit

  • Cleone 1930 25 hp 2-cyl hor opp 2 stroke

Clerget edit

(Société Clerget-Blin et Cie / Pierre Clerget)

Source:Lumsden[3] except where noted

 
Clerget 9B on display at the Pima Air & Space Museum
  • Clerget 50 hp 7-cyl water-cooled radial (1907)[76]
  • Clerget 50 hp 4-cyl[2] 110 mm × 120 mm (4.33 in × 4.72 in)
  • Clerget 100 hp 4-cyl[2] 140 mm × 160 mm (5.51 in × 6.3 in)
  • Clerget 200 hp V-8[2] 140 mm × 160 mm (5.51 in × 6.3 in)[76]
  • Clerget 2K 16 hp[2] 83 mm × 100 mm (3.25 in × 3.94 in)[76]
  • Clerget 4V 40 hp 4-cyl in-line water-cooled (1908)[76]
  • Clerget 4W 40 hp 4-cyl in-line water-cooled (1910)[76]
  • Clerget 7Y 60 hp[2] 120 mm × 120 mm (4.72 in × 4.72 in)
  • Clerget 7Z
  • Clerget 9A (Diesel radial engine)
  • Clerget 9B
  • Clerget 9Bf British version of 9B 140 hp[2] 120 mm × 160 mm (4.72 in × 6.3 in)
  • Clerget 9C
  • Clerget 9F[2] 120 mm × 172 mm (4.72 in × 6.77 in)
  • Clerget 9J 100 hp[2] 105 mm × 140 mm (4.13 in × 5.51 in)
  • Clerget 9Z 110 hp
  • Clerget 11A 200 hp variable compression[2]
  • Clerget 11Eb
  • Clerget 11G 250 hp[2] 120 mm × 190 mm (4.72 in × 7.48 in) 5.7:1 compression
  • Clerget 14D[76]
  • Clerget 14E[76]
  • Clerget 14F[42][76][77] (Diesel radial engine)
  • Clerget 14U[76]
  • Clerget 16H diesel V-16 (180x200=81.43L) [1]
  • Clerget 16SS diesel[76]
  • Clerget 16X
  • Clerget 18 rotary 300 hp[2]
  • Clerget 32 diesel[76]
  • Clerget Type Transatlantique (H type)[14]
  • Clerget monocylinder powder powdered coal test engine[76]
  • Clerget monocylinder 2x variable compression[76]
  • Clerget monocylinder 4x variable compression[76]
  • Clerget 180-2T V-8 2x variable compression[76]
  • Clerget 180-4T V-8 4x variable compression[76]
  • Clerget 100 hp diesel 1928 9-cyl. radial[42]
  • Clerget 200 hp diesel 1929 9-cyl. radial[42]
  • Clerget 250 hp diesel 9-cyl. radial[42]
  • Clerget 300 hp diesel 9-cyl. radial[19][42]

Cleveland edit

(Walter C. Willard / Cleveland Aero Engines)

  • Cleveland 150 hp 6-cyl axial engine 6x130 mm × 150 mm (5 in × 6 in)[2]

Cleveland edit

(Cleveland Engineering Laboratories Company)

  • Cleveland Weger 400 hp 6-cyl 2-stroke radial 4.25 in × 5 in (108 mm × 127 mm)[2]

C.L.M. edit

(Compagnie Lilloise de Moteurs S.A)

CMB edit

(Construction Mécanique du Béarn) See: Béarn

CNA edit

Coatalen edit

Source:Brew[79]

  • Coatalen 12Vrs-2[16] diesel

Colombo edit

Combi edit

  • Combi 150 hp 6-cyl[2]

Comet edit

(Comet Engine Corp, Madison WI.)

Compagnie Lilloise de Moteurs edit

See:C.L.M.

Conrad edit

(Deutsche Motorenbau G.m.b.H. / Robert Conrad)

  • Conrad C.III – (licence built by N.A.G. as the C.III N.A.G.)

Continental edit

 
Continental IO-520

Cors-Air edit

(Cors-Air srl, Barco di Bibbiano, Italy)

Corvair edit

(conversions and derivatives of the Chevrolet Turbo-Air 6 engine)

Cosmos Engineering edit

Coventry Victor edit

Crankless Engines Company edit

(Anthony Michell)

C.R.M.A. edit

(Société de construction et de Reparationde Materiel Aéronautique)

  • C.R.M.A. Type 102
 
Curtiss OX-5 at the Lone Star Flight Museum

Curtiss edit

Curtiss-Kirkham edit

Curtiss-Wright edit

Cuyuna edit

See:2si

D edit

D-Motor edit

D'Hennian edit

  • D'Hennian 10-12 hp rotary[2]
  • D'Hennian 50 hp 7-cyl rotary[2]

Daiichi Kosho Company edit

Daimler-Benz edit

Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

  • Mercedes 50 hp 4-cyl in-line[2]
  • Mercedes 60 hp 4-cyl in-line 110 mm × 140 mm (4.3 in × 5.5 in)[2]
  • Mercedes 70 hp 4-cyl in-line inverted 120 mm × 140 mm (4.7 in × 5.5 in)[2]
  • Mercedes 80 hp 6-cyl in-line 105 mm × 140 mm (4.1 in × 5.5 in)[2]
  • Mercedes 90 hp 4-cyl in-line 140 mm × 150 mm (5.5 in × 5.9 in)[2]
  • Mercedes 120 hp 4-cyl in-line (airship engine) 175 mm × 165 mm (6.9 in × 6.5 in)[2]
  • Mercedes 160 hp 6-cyl in-line 140 mm × 160 mm (5.5 in × 6.3 in)[2]
  • Mercedes 180 hp 6-cyl in-line 160 mm × 180 mm (6.3 in × 7.1 in)[2]
  • Mercedes 240 hp 8-cyl in-line 140 mm × 160 mm (5.5 in × 6.3 in)[2]
  • Mercedes 240 hp V-8 (airship engine) 175 mm × 165 mm (6.9 in × 6.5 in)[2]
  • Mercedes 260hp 6-cyl in-line 160 mm × 180 mm (6.3 in × 7.1 in)[2]
  • Mercedes 650 hp V-12 235 mm × 250 mm (9.3 in × 9.8 in)[2]
  • Mercedes Typ E4F 70 hp 120 mm × 140 mm (4.7 in × 5.5 in)[2]
  • Mercedes Typ E6F 100 hp 120 mm × 140 mm (4.7 in × 5.5 in)[2]
  • Mercedes Typ J4L 120 hp 160 mm × 170 mm (6.3 in × 6.7 in)[2]
  • Mercedes Typ J8L 240 hp V-8 160 mm × 170 mm (6.3 in × 6.7 in)[2]
  • Mercedes W-18[2]
  • Mercedes Fh 1256
  • Mercedes D.I
  • Mercedes D.II
  • Mercedes D.III
  • Mercedes D.IIIa
  • Mercedes D.IIIaü
  • Mercedes D.IIIav
  • Mercedes D.IV
  • Mercedes D.IVa

Damblanc-Mutti edit

  • Damblanc-Mutti 165 hp[84]
  • Damblanc-Mutti 11-cyl. rotary 220 hp[2]

Danek edit

(Ceskomorarsk-Kolben-Danek & Co.)

  • Danek Praga 500 hp V-12[43]

Daniel edit

(Daniel Engine Company)

  • Daniel 7-cyl rotary[2]

Dansette-Gillet edit

  • Dansette-Gillet Type A 45 hp 4-cyl in-line 105 mm × 160 mm (4.1 in × 6.3 in)[32]
  • Dansette-Gillet Type C 32 hp 4-cyl in-line 98 mm × 125 mm (3.9 in × 4.9 in)[32]
  • Dansette-Gillet Type D 70 hp 4-cyl in-line 130 mm × 160 mm (5.1 in × 6.3 in)[32]
  • Dansette-Gillet 100 hp 6-cyl in-line 130 mm × 160 mm (5.1 in × 6.3 in)[32]
  • Dansette-Gillet 120 hp V-8 114 mm × 160 mm (4.5 in × 6.3 in)[32]
  • Dansette-Gillet 200 hp 6-cyl in-line 180 mm × 200 mm (7.1 in × 7.9 in)[32]

Darracq edit

Data from:[18]

  • Darracq 25 hp O-2 130 mm × 120 mm (5.1 in × 4.7 in)[2]
  • Darracq 50 hp O-4 130 mm × 120 mm (5.1 in × 4.7 in)[2]
  • Darracq 43 hp 4-cyl in-line 120 mm × 140 mm (4.7 in × 5.5 in)[2]
  • Darracq 84 hp 4-cyl in-line 170 mm × 140 mm (6.7 in × 5.5 in)[2]
  • Darracq 12Da 420 hp V-12

Dassault edit

Day edit

(Charles Day)

  • Day 25 hp 5-cyl[2]

Dayton edit

(Dayton Airplane Engine Co.)

de Dietrich edit

  • de Dietrich 4-cyl in-line[2]

De Dion-Bouton edit

  • De Dion-Bouton 80 hp V-8 100 mm × 120 mm (3.9 in × 4.7 in)
  • De Dion-Bouton 100 hp V-8 90 mm × 150 mm (3.5 in × 5.9 in)[32]
  • De Dion-Bouton 130 hp 12B V-12
  • De Dion-Bouton 150 hp V-8 125 mm × 150 mm (4.9 in × 5.9 in)[2]
  • De Dion-Bouton 800 hp X-16 170 mm × 190 mm (6.7 in × 7.5 in)[2]

de Havilland edit

Sources: Piston engines, Lumsden,[3] gas turbine and rocket engines, Gunston.[14]

 
de Havilland Gipsy Queen on display at the Royal Air Force Museum Cosford

Piston engines edit

Gas turbines edit

Rockets edit

de Laval edit

  • de Laval T42

Deicke edit

(Arthur Deicke)

Delafontaine edit

  • Delafontaine Diesel – seven-cylinder air-cooled

Delage edit

DeltaHawk edit

Demont edit

(Messrs Demont, Puteaux, France)

  • Demont 300 hp 6-cyl double acting rotary 175 mm × 80 mm (6.9 in × 3.1 in)[2]

Deschamps edit

Data from:[18] (D.J.Deschampsdesigner – Lambert Engine & machine Co., Illinois manufacturer)

  • Deschamps v-12 inverted 2-stroke diesel

Detroit Aero edit

  • Detroit Aero 25-30 hp 2OA[2]

DGEN edit

(Price_Induction, Anglet, France)

Diamond Engines edit

Diemech Turbine Solutions edit

(DeLand, Florida, United States)

Diesel Air edit

DKW edit

(A.G.-Werk DKW, Zschopau S.a.)

Doble-Besler edit

Dobrotvorskiy edit

  • Dobrotvorskiy MB-100
  • Dobrotvorskiy MB-102

Dobrynin edit

Source:Gunston[14]

Dongan edit

(also known as Harbin Engine Factory)

Dodge edit

  • Dodge 125 hp 6-cyl rotary Victory 5 in × 6 in (130 mm × 150 mm)[2]

Dorman edit

(W. H. Dorman and Co., Ltd)

  • Dorman 60-80 hp V-8 4 in × 4.75 in (102 mm × 121 mm)[2][88]

Douglas edit

Mostly developed from Douglas motorcycle engines

  • Douglas 350cc
  • Douglas 500cc[89]
  • Douglas Dot[89]
  • Douglas 736cc (some sources 737cc)[89]
  • Douglas 750cc[89]
  • Douglas Digit 22 hp at 3,000rpm[89]
  • Douglas Dryad[89]
  • Douglas/Aero Engines Sprite/[89]
  • Aero Engines 1500cc[89]

Douseler edit

  • Douseler 40 hp 4-cyl in-line[2]

Dreher edit

(Dreher Engineering Company)

Duesenberg edit

  • Duesenberg Special A[91]
  • Duesenberg Special A3[91]
  • Duesenberg H 850 hp V-16 6 in × 7.5 in (150 mm × 190 mm)[2][11][91]
  • Duesenberg 100 hp 4-cyl. direct drive in-line 4.75 in × 7 in (121 mm × 178 mm)[2]
  • Duesenberg 125 hp 4-cyl. geared in-line 4.75 in × 7 in (121 mm × 178 mm)[2][11][91]
  • Duesenberg 300 hp V-12 4.875 in × 7 in (123.8 mm × 177.8 mm)[2][11][91]
  • Duesenberg A-44 70 hp 4-cyl 4.375 in × 6 in (111.1 mm × 152.4 mm)[2]

Dufaux edit

  • Dufaux 5-cyl tandem double-acting in-line engine[2]

Dushkin edit

  • Dushkin D-1-A-1100
  • Dushkin RD-A-150
  • Dushkin RD-A-300
  • Dushkin S-155
  • Dushkin RD-2M

Dutheil et Chalmers edit

Data from:[18] (some sources erroneously as Duthiel-Chambers)

  • Dutheil et Chalmers 20 hp O-2 125 mm × 120 mm (4.9 in × 4.7 in)[2]
  • Dutheil et Chalmers 25 hp O-2 128 mm × 130 mm (5.0 in × 5.1 in)[2]
  • Dutheil et Chalmers 37.25 hp O-2 110 mm × 300 mm (4.3 in × 11.8 in)[2][clarification needed]
  • Dutheil et Chalmers 40 hp O-4 125 mm × 120 mm (4.9 in × 4.7 in)[2]
  • Dutheil et Chalmers 50 hp O-4
  • Dutheil et Chalmers 60 hp O-6 125 mm × 120 mm (4.9 in × 4.7 in)[2]
  • Dutheil et Chalmers 72.5 hp O-6 128 mm × 130 mm (5.0 in × 5.1 in)[2]
  • Dutheil et Chalmers 76 hp O-4
  • Dutheil et Chalmers 38 hp OP-2
  • Dutheil et Chalmers 56.5 hp O-3 110 mm × 300 mm (4.3 in × 11.8 in)[2]
  • Dutheil et Chalmers 75 hp O-4 110 mm × 300 mm (4.3 in × 11.8 in)[2]
  • Dutheil et Chalmers 97 hp O-4 125 mm × 300 mm (4.9 in × 11.8 in)[2]
  • Dutheil et Chalmers 100 hp O-4 160 mm × 140 mm (6.3 in × 5.5 in)[2]
  • Dutheil et Chalmers 72.5 hp O-6 128 mm × 130 mm (5.0 in × 5.1 in)[2]

Dux edit

Dyna-Cam edit

E edit

Easton edit

Data from:[18]

  • Easton 50 hp V-8[2]
  • Easton 75 hp V-8[2]

ECi edit

  • ECi O-320
  • ECi Titan X320
  • ECi Titan X340
  • ECi Titan X370

Ecofly edit

(Ecofly GmbH, Böhl-Iggelheim, Germany)

Edelweiss edit

  • Edelweiss 75 hp 6-cyl fixed piston radial 115 mm × 120 mm (4.5 in × 4.7 in)[2]
  • Edelweiss 125 hp 6-cyl fixed piston radial 115 mm × 120 mm (4.5 in × 4.7 in)[2]

Eggenfellner Aircraft edit

E.J.C. edit

  • E.J.C. 60 hp 6-cyl rotary 100 mm × 100 mm (3.9 in × 3.9 in)[2]
  • E.J.C. 10-cyl rotary 100 mm × 100 mm (3.9 in × 3.9 in)[2]

Elbridge edit

(Elbridge Engine Company)

  • Elbridge A 2IW 6-10 hp 3.75 in × 3.5 in (95 mm × 89 mm)[2]
  • Elbridge C 3IW 18-30 hp 4.625 in × 4.5 in (117.5 mm × 114.3 mm)[2]
  • Elbridge 4-cyl 4IW 4.625 in × 4.5 in (117.5 mm × 114.3 mm)[2]
  • Elbridge Featherweight 3-cyl 3IW 30-40 hp 4.625 in × 4.5 in (117.5 mm × 114.3 mm)[2]
  • Elbridge Featherweight 4-cyl 4IW 40-60 hp 4.625 in × 4.5 in (117.5 mm × 114.3 mm)[2]
  • Elbridge Featherweight 6-cyl 6IW 60-90 hp 4.625 in × 4.5 in (117.5 mm × 114.3 mm)[2]
  • Elbridge Aero Special 4IW 50-60 hp 4.625 in × 4.5 in (117.5 mm × 114.3 mm)[2]

Electravia edit

Electric Aircraft Corporation edit

Elektromechanische Werke edit

  • Elektromechanische Werke Taifun rakatenmotor[37]
  • Elektromechanische Werke Wasserfall rakatenmotor[37]

Elizalde edit

Source:Gunston[14]

Ellehammer edit

  • Elllehammer 3-cyl radial
  • Elllehammer 5-cyl radial
  • Elllehammer rotary engine[2]

Emerson edit

  • Emerson 100 hp 6-cyl[2]

EMG edit

(EMG Engineering Company / Eugene M. Gluhareff)

Emrax edit

Endicott edit

  • Endicott 60 hp 3-cyl 2-stroke[2]

Engine Alliance edit

Engineered Propulsion Systems edit

(Engineered Propulsion Systems)

Engineering Division edit

  • Engineering Division W-1 750 hp W-18 5.5 in × 6.5 in (140 mm × 170 mm)[2]
    • Engineering Division W-1A-18
    • Engineering Division W-2779
  • Engineering Division W-2 1000 hp W-18 6.5 in × 7.5 in (170 mm × 190 mm)[2]
  • Engineering Division 350 hp 9-cyl radial 5.875 in × 6 in (149.2 mm × 152.4 mm)[2]

ENMA edit

(Empresea Nacional de motores de Aviacion S.A.)

E.N.V. edit

ERCO edit

Esselbé edit

  • Esselbé 65 hp 7-cyl rotary 110 mm × 120 mm (4.33 in × 4.72 in)[2]

Etoile edit

  • Etoile 400 hp[2]

EuroJet edit

Europrop edit

F edit

F&S edit

  • F&S K 8 B

Fahlin edit

  • Fahlin Plymouth conversion[42]

Fairchild edit

For Ranger and Fairchild Ranger engines see: Ranger

Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

Fairdiesel edit

Fairey edit

None of Fairey Aviation Company's own engine designs made it to production.

Falconer edit

(Ryan Falconer Racing Engines)

Farcot edit

  • Farcot 8-10 hp V-2[2]
  • Farcot Fan-6[2]
  • Farcot 100-110 hp V-8[2]
  • Farcot 30 hp 8cyl radial[2]
  • Farcot 65 hp 8cyl radial 105 mm × 120 mm (4.13 in × 4.72 in)[2]
  • Farcot 100 hp 8cyl radial[18][2]

Farina edit

(S.A. Stabilimenti Farina)

Farman edit

Source:Liron[95][96] Note: Farman engine designations differ from other French manufacturers in using the attributes as the basis of the designation, thus; Farman 7E (7-cyl radial E – Etoile / Star / Radial) or Farman 12We (W-12 fifth type – the e is not a variant or sub-variant it is the type designator). As usual there are exceptions such as the 12Gvi, 12B, 12C and 18T.

  • Farman 7E
    • Farman 7Ea[36]
    • Farman 7Ear Les Établissements lipton
    • Farman 7Ears
    • Farman 7Ec[43]
    • Farman 7Ed[36]
    • Farman 7Edrs
  • Farman 8V 200 hp[2]
    • Farman 8Va
    • Farman 8VI
  • Farman 9E
    • Farman 9Ea
    • Farman 9Ears
    • Farman 9Eb[36]
    • Farman 9Ebr
    • Farman 9Ecr
    • Farman 9Fbr
  • Farman 12B
    • Farman 12Bfs
    • Farman 12Brs
  • Farman 12C
    • Farman 12Crs[36]
    • Farman 12Crvi
  • Farman 12D
    • Farman 12Drs
  • Farman 12G inverted V-12 350 hp
    • Farman 12Goi
    • Farman 12Gvi
  • Farman 12V
    • Farman 12Va
  • Farman 12W
    • Farman 12Wa 40° W-12 1919
    • Farman 12Wb
    • Farman 12Wc
    • Farman 12Wd
    • Farman 12We
    • Farman 12Wers
    • Farman 12Wh
    • Farman 12Wiars
    • Farman 12Wirs
    • Farman 12Wkrs
    • Farman 12Wkrsc
    • Farman 12WI
  • Farman 18T
  • Farman 18W
    • Farman 18Wa 120 mm × 180 mm (4.7 in × 7.1 in), 450 kW (600 hp)[2]
    • Farman 18Wd
    • Farman 18We 130 mm × 160 mm (5.1 in × 6.3 in), 520 kW (700 hp)
  • Farman 18Wi 110 mm × 125 mm (4.3 in × 4.9 in), 370 kW (500 hp)
    • Farman 18Wirs

Fasey edit

  • Fasey 200 hp V-12 127 mm × 127 mm (5.0 in × 5.0 in)[2]

Fatava edit

Source:[32]

  • Fatava 45 hp 4IL 110 mm × 120 mm (4.3 in × 4.7 in)[2]
  • Fatava 90 hp V-8 110 mm × 120 mm (4.3 in × 4.7 in)[2]
  • Fatava 180 hp X-16 110 mm × 120 mm (4.3 in × 4.7 in)[2]

Faure and Crayssac edit

  • Faure and Crayssac 80 hp rotary[2]
  • Faure and Crayssac 350 hp 6-cyl. 2st barrel engine 100 mm × 180 mm (3.9 in × 7.1 in)[2]

Fedden edit

Designed post war by Roy Fedden formerly of Cosmos Engineering and Bristol. Roy Fedden Ltd went into liquidation in 1947

Fiat edit

Data from:Italian Civil & Military Aircraft 1930–1945[17]

Firewall Forward Aero Engines edit

FKFS edit

  • FKFS Gruppen-Flugmotor A[98]
  • FKFS Gruppen-Flugmotor B?
  • FKFS Gruppen-Flugmotor C[98]
  • FKFS Gruppen-Flugmotor D[98]
  • FKFS Gruppen-Flugmotor 37.6 L 48-cyl[98]

Flader edit

Source:Geen and Cross[99]

Fletcher edit

  • Fletcher 5 hp[3]
  • Fletcher 9 hp[3]
  • Fletcher Empress 50 hp rotary[3]

FNM edit

Ford edit

Fox edit

(Dean Manufacturing Company, Newport, Kentucky)

  • Fox 45 hp 3-cyl in-line 2-stroke 4 in × 4 in (100 mm × 100 mm)[2]
  • Fox 36 hp 4-cyl in-line 2-stroke 3.5 in × 3.5 in (89 mm × 89 mm)[2]
  • Fox 60 hp 4-cyl in-line 2-stroke 4 in × 4 in (100 mm × 100 mm)[2]
  • Fox 90 hp 6-cyl in-line 2-stroke 4 in × 4 in (100 mm × 100 mm)[2]
  • Fox 200 hp 8-cyl in-line 2-stroke 6 in × 6 in (150 mm × 150 mm)[2]
  • Fox De-luxe 50 hp 4-cyl in-line 2-stroke 4.75 in × 4.25 in (121 mm × 108 mm)[2]

Franklin edit

Source:Gunston.[14]

Fredrickson edit

(World's Motor Company, Bloomington, Illinois)

  • Fredrickson Model 5a[2]
  • Fredrickson Model 10a[2]

Frontier edit

(Frontier Iron Works, Buffalo, New York)

  • Frontier 35 hp 4-cyl in-line 4.125 in × 4.75 in (104.8 mm × 120.7 mm)[2]
  • Frontier 55 hp V-8 4.125 in × 4.75 in (104.8 mm × 120.7 mm)[2]

Fuji edit

  • Fuji JO-1[9] (Nippon JO-1)
  • Fuji J3-1[21] (Nippon J3-1)

Fuscaldo edit

Funk edit

(Akron Aircraft Company / Funk Aircraft Company)

  • Funk Model E

G edit

Gaggenau edit

  • Gaggenau 4-cyl in-line[2]

Gajęcki edit

Galloway edit

(Galloway Engineering Company ltd.)

Garrett edit

Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

Now under Honeywell management/design/production

Garuff edit

  • Garuff A – aircraft diesel engine

GE Honda Aero Engines edit

Geiger Engineering edit

GEN Corporation edit

General Aircraft Limited edit

  • General Aircraft Monarch V-4[3][103]
  • General Aircraft Monarch V-6[3]

General Electric edit

General Electric/Rolls-Royce edit

General Motors Research edit

  • General Motors Research X-250[104]

General Ordnance edit

(General Ordnance Company, Derby, Conn.)

  • General Ordnance 200 hp V-8 4.75 in × 6.5 in (121 mm × 165 mm)[11][2]

Giannini edit

(Pulsejets)

  • Giannini PJ33
  • Giannini PJ35
  • Giannini PJ37
  • Giannini PJ39

Glushenkov edit

Source:Gunston.[14]

  • Glushenkov TVD-10
  • Glushenkov TVD-20
  • Glushenkov GTD-3

Gnome et Rhône edit

Gnome et Rhône[14][18] except where noted Im French engine designations —even— sub-series numbers (for example Gnome-Rhône 14N-68) rotated anti-clockwise (LH rotation) and were generally fitted on the starboard side, —odd numbers— (for example Gnome-Rhône 14N-69) rotated clockwise (RH rotation) and were fitted on the port side.

 
Gnome Monosoupape rotary engine of 1917

Gnome edit

Gnome et Rhône edit

Gobe edit

  • Gobe 2-stroke engine[2]

Gobrón-Brillié edit

(Gustave Gobrón and Eugène Brillié)

  • Gobrón-Brillié 54 hp X-8 90 mm × 160 mm (3.5 in × 6.3 in)[2][18][1] (fitted to 1910 Voisin de-Caters)
  • Gobrón-Brillié 102 hp X-8 120 mm × 200 mm (4.7 in × 7.9 in)[2][18]

Goebel edit

(Georg Goebel of Darmstadt) / (ver Gandenbergesche Maschinen Fabrik)

  • Goebel 2-cyl. 20/25 hp HOA[1]
  • Goebel Type II 100/110 hp 7-cyl. rotary 138 mm × 150 mm (5.4 in × 5.9 in)[2]
  • Goebel Type III 200/230 hp 9-cyl. rotary 138 mm × 290 mm (5.4 in × 11.4 in)[2]
  • Goebel Type V 50/60 hp 7-cyl. rotary 105 mm × 105 mm (4.1 in × 4.1 in)[2]
  • Goebel Type VI 30/40 hp 7-cyl. rotary 94 mm × 95 mm (3.7 in × 3.7 in)[2]
  • Goebel 170 hp 9-cyl rotary[1]
  • Goebel 170 hp 11-cyl rotary[1]
  • Goebel 180 hp 11-cyl rotary[1]

Grade edit

Great Plains Aircraft Supply edit

Green edit

Grégoire-Gyp edit

(Pierre Joseph Grégoire / Automobiles Grégoire)

  • Grégoire-Gyp 26 hp 4-cyl in-line (3-cyl?)92 mm × 140 mm (3.62 in × 5.52 in)[2][18]
  • Grégoire-Gyp 40 hp 4-cyl inverted in-line[106]
  • Grégoire-Gyp 51 hp 4-cyl in-line 130 mm × 140 mm (5.12 in × 5.52 in)[2][18]
  • Grégoire-Gyp 70 hp[107]

Grey Eagle edit

  • Grey Eagle 40 hp 4-cyl in-line – 4.25 in × 4.5 in (108 mm × 114 mm)[2]
  • Grey Eagle 60 hp 6-cyl in-line – 4.25 in × 4.5 in (108 mm × 114 mm)[2]
  • Grey Eagle 50 hp 4-cyl in-line – 4 in × 4.5 in (100 mm × 110 mm)[2]

Grizodubov edit

(S.V. Grizodubov)

  • Grizodubov 1910 40 hp 4-cyl.[72]

Grob edit

  • Grob 2500
  • Grob 2500E

Guiberson edit

(Guiberson Diesel Engine Company) Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

Guizhou edit

(Guizhou Liyang Aircraft Engine Company)

Gyro edit

Data from:[108]

  • Gyro 50 hp 7-cyl rotary Old Gyro 4.3125 in × 4.75 in (109.54 mm × 120.65 mm)[2]
  • Gyro Model J 5-cyl 50 hp Duplex[2]
  • Gyro Model K 7-cyl 50 hp Duplex[2][108]
  • Gyro Model L 9-cyl 50 hp Duplex[2][108]

H edit

Haacke edit

(Haacke Flugmotoren)Source: RMV[1]

  • Haacke HFM 2 – 2cyl. 25/28 hp 112 mm × 140 mm (4.4 in × 5.5 in)[2]
  • Haacke HFM 2a – 2cyl. 35 hp 120 mm × 140 mm (4.7 in × 5.5 in)[2]
  • Haacke HFM 3 – 3cyl. fan 40 hp[2]
  • Haacke 55/60 hp 5-cyl. radial[2]
  • Haacke 60/70 hp radial[2]
  • Haacke 90 hp 7-cyl. radial[2]
  • Haacke 120 hp 10-cyl. radial[2]

HAL edit

See:Hindustan Aeronautics Limited

Hall-Scott edit

Hallett edit

(Hallett Aero Motors Corp, Inglewood CA.)

  • Hallett H-526 7-cyl radial 130 hp[35]

Hamilton edit

  • Hamilton DOHC V-8[2]

Hamilton Sundstrand edit

  • Sundstrand T100

Hansa-Lloyd edit

(Hansa-LLoyd Werke AG)

  • Hansa-LLoyd V-16[2]

Hansen-Snow edit

(W.G. Hansen & L.L. Snow, Pasadena, CA)

  • Hansen-Snow 35 hp 4-cyl in-line 4 in × 4.5 in (100 mm × 110 mm)[2]

Hardy-Padmore edit

  • Hardy-Padmore 100 hp 5-cyl rqdial 4 in × 4 in (100 mm × 100 mm)[2]

Harkness edit

(Donald (Don) Harkness, built by Harkness & Hillier Ltd)

Harriman edit

(Harriman Motors Company, South Glastonbury, Conn.)

  • Harriman 30 hp 4-cyl in-line[2]
  • Harriman 60 hp 4-cyl in-line 5 in × 5 in (130 mm × 130 mm)[2]
  • Harriman 100 hp 4-cyl in-line 5 in × 5 in (130 mm × 130 mm)[2]

Harris-Gassner edit

  • Harris-Gassner 50/60 hp V-8[2]

Harroun edit

  • Harroun 24 hp 2-cyl HOA 4 in × 4 in (100 mm × 100 mm)[2]

Hart edit

  • Hart 150 hp 9-cyl rotary 5 in × 6 in (130 mm × 150 mm)[2]
  • Hart 156 hp 9-cyl radial (?) 6 in × 5 in (150 mm × 130 mm)[2][3]

Hartland edit

  • Hartland 125 hp

H.C.G. edit

(Les Établissements lipton)

  • H.C.G. 2-cyl HOA[15]

Heath edit

(Heath Aircraft Corp)

  • Heath 4-B
  • Heath 4-C
  • Heath B-4[42]
  • Heath B-12
  • Heath C-2
  • Heath C-3
  • Heath C-6

Heath edit

(Heath Aerial Vehicle Company, Chicago Illinois)

  • Heath 25/30 hp 4-cyl in-line[2]

Heath-Henderson edit

Heinkel-Hirth edit

Source:[14]

Helium edit

From Flight[32]

  • Helium 45 hp 3-cyl radial
  • Helium 60 hp 3-cyl radial
  • Helium 75 hp 5-cyl radial
  • Helium 100 hp 5-cyl radial
  • Helium 45 hp 3-cyl rotary 2-stroke
  • Helium 60 hp 3-cyl rotary 2-stroke
  • Helium 100 hp 5-cyl rotary 2-stroke
  • Helium 120 hp 6-cyl rotary 2-stroke
  • Helium 200 hp 10-cyl rotary 2-stroke
  • Helium 120 hp 6-cyl rotary 2-stroke
  • Helium 200 hp 10-cyl rotary 2-stroke

Hendee edit

  • Hendee Indian 60/65 hp V-8 4 in × 4.5 in (100 mm × 110 mm)[2]
  • Hendee Indian 50 hp 7-cyl rotary 4.375 in × 4.875 in (111.1 mm × 123.8 mm)[2]
  • Hendee Indian 60 hp 9-cyl rotary[109][clarification needed]

Henderson edit

  • Henderson 6 hp 4-cyl in-line 2.375 in × 2.1875 in (60.33 mm × 55.56 mm)[2]

Herman edit

  • Herman 45 hp
  • Herman 70 hp

Hermes Engine Company edit

Hess edit

(Aubrey W. Hess / Alliance Aircraft Corporation)

Hewland edit

Hexatron Engineering edit

Hiero edit

(Otto Hieronimus – designer – several manufacturers)

  • Hiero 50/60 hp 4-cyl in-line [2]
  • Hiero 6 – generic title for all the Hiero 6-cyl. engines
  • Hiero B
  • Hiero C
  • Hiero D
  • Hiero E
  • Hiero L
  • Hiero N
  • Hiero 85/95 hp 4-cyl in-line [2][110]
  • Hiero 145 hp [111]
  • Hiero 185 hp
  • Hiero 180/190 hp 4-cyl inline [2]
  • Hiero 200 hp 6-cyl inline [2][111]
  • Hiero 230/240 hp 6-cyl inline [2]
  • Hiero 240/250 hp 6-cyl inline HC [2]
  • Hiero 200/220 hp V-8[2][111]
  • Hiero 300/320 hp 6-cyl inline [2]
  • Hiero 270/280 hp 6-cyl inline [2]
  • Hiero 35/40 hp 2-cyl HOA [2]

Hill Helicopters edit

  • Hill Helicopters GT50[112]

Hiller edit

  • Hiller 1910
  • Hiller 30 hp
  • Hiller 60 hp
  • Hiller 90 hp

Hiller Aircraft edit

Hilz edit

  • Hilz 45/50 hp 4-cyl in-line 120 mm × 130 mm (4.7 in × 5.1 in)[2]
  • Hilz 50/55 hp 4-cyl in-line 120 mm × 130 mm (4.7 in × 5.1 in)[2]
  • Hilz 65 hp 4-cyl in-line 124 mm × 140 mm (4.9 in × 5.5 in)[2]

Hindustan Aeronautics Limited edit

Hiro edit

Hirth edit

Hirth Motoren GmbH was merged with Heinkel to make "Heinkel-Hirth" in 1941.

 
Hirth 2702

Hispano-Suiza edit

Hitachi edit

Source:Gunston.[14]

  • Hitachi Ha12 (Army Type 95 150 hp Air Cooled Radial)
  • Hitachi Ha13 (Army Type 95 350 hp Air Cooled Radial)
  • Hitachi Ha13a (Army Type 98 450 hp Air Cooled Radial)
  • Hitachi Ha42
  • Hitachi Ha47
  • Hitachi Ha-51 (unified designation)
  • Hitachi GK2
  • Hitachi GK4
  • Hitachi GK2 Amakaze
  • Hitachi Kamikaze
  • Hitachi Hatsukaze
  • Hitachi Jimpu
  • Hitachi Tempu
  • Army Type 95 150 hp Air Cooled Radial (Ha12 – Hatsudoki system)
  • Army Type 95 350 hp Air Cooled Radial (Ha13 – Hatsudoki system)
  • Army Type 98 450 hp Air Cooled Radial (Ha13a – Hatsudoki system)
  • Army Type 4 110hp Air Cooled Inline (Ha47 – Hatsudoki system / GK4 – Navy system)
 
HKS 700E on a Flightstar II.

HKS edit

Hodge edit

  • Hodge 320 hp 18-cyl radial 4 in × 4 in (100 mm × 100 mm)[2]

Hofer edit

(Al Hofer)

  • Hofer 10-12 hp 4cyl in-line 3.125 in × 3.75 in (79.4 mm × 95.3 mm)[2]

Holbrook edit

(Holbrook Aero Supply)

  • Holbrook 35 hp[2]
  • Holbrook 50 hp

Honda edit

Honeywell edit

Hopkins & de Kilduchevsky edit

  • Hopkins & de Kilduchevsky 30-40 hp
  • Hopkins & de Kilduchevsky 60-80 hp

Howard edit

  • Howard 120 hp 6-cyl in-line 150 mm × 105 mm (5.9 in × 4.1 in)[2]

Hudson edit

(John W Hudson)

  • Hudson 100 hp 10-cyl radial 4.3125 mm × 4.75 mm (0.16978 in × 0.18701 in)[2]

Hummel edit

(James Morris (Morry) Hummel of Bryan, Ohio)

  • Hummel 28 hp 1/2 VW
  • Hummel 32 hp 1/2 VW
  • Hummel 45 hp 1/2 VW
  • Hummel 50 hp VW
  • Hummel 60 hp VW
  • Hummel 70 hp VW
  • Hummel 85 hp VW

HuoSai edit

(HuoSai – Piston engine)

Hurricane edit

  • Hurricane C-450 (8-cyl 2-stroke radial)[43]

I edit

IAE edit

I.Ae. edit

IAME edit

(Ital-American Motor Engineering)

IAR edit

ICP edit

IHI edit

IL edit

(Instytut Lotnictwa – Aviation Institute)

ILO edit

  • ILO F 12/400

Imaer edit

Imperial edit

(Imperial Airplane Society)

  • Imperial 35-70 hp (various 6cyl rotary engines)
  • Imperial 100 hp (12cyl rotary)

In-Tech edit

(In-Tech International Inc.)

Indian edit

See: Hendee

Innodyn edit

(Innodyn L.L.C.)

  • Innodyn TAE165[1]
  • Innodyn TAE185[1]
  • Innodyn TAE205[1]
  • Innodyn TAE255[1]
  • Innodyn 165 TE[1]
  • Innodyn 185 TE[1]
  • Innodyn 205 TE[1]
  • Innodyn 255 TE[1]

International edit

Data from:[18]

  • International 21.5 hp 4-cyl rotary 3.74 in × 2.52 in (95 mm × 64 mm)[2]
  • International 66 hp 6-cyl rotary 5 in × 3.98 in (127 mm × 101 mm)[2]

Ion edit

(Gabriel Ion)

  • Ion airship steam engine

Irwin edit

(Irwin Aircraft Co)

Isaacson edit

(Isaacson Engine (Motor Supply Co.) / R.J. Isaacson)

  • Isaacson 45 hp 7-cyl. radial
  • Isaacson 50 hp
  • Isaacson 60 hp [3]
  • Isaacson 6-cyl. radial
  • Isaacson 50 hp 7-cyl. radial [2]
  • Isaacson 65 hp 7-cyl. radial [2]
  • Isaacson 100 hp 14-cyl. radial [2]
  • Isaacson 100 hp 9-cyl. rotary [2]
  • Isaacson 200 hp 18-cyl. rotary [2]

Ishikawajima edit

See: IHI

Isotov edit

Source:Gunston[14]

Isotta Fraschini edit

[17]

Ivchenko edit

Source:Gunston.[14]

IWL edit

See:Pirna

J edit

Jabiru edit

Jack & Heinz edit

  • Jack & Heinz O-126[5]

Jacobs edit

Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

Jaenson edit

  • Jaenson 300 hp V-8 140 mm × 180 mm (5.51 in × 7.09 in)[2]

Jalbert-Loire edit

  • Jalbert-Loire 4-cyl. 160 hp
  • Jalbert-Loire 6-cyl. 235 hp
  • Jalbert-Loire 16-H – 16-cyl. 600 hp

Jameson edit

(Jameson Aero Engines Ltd.)

  • Jameson FF-1 – 1940s horizontally opposed, four cylinder (106 hp)[3][128]

Janowski edit

(Jaroslaw Janowski)

  • Janowski Saturn 500[44]

J.A.P. edit

Data from:[18]

  • J.A.P. 1909 9 hp 2-cyl.[3]
  • J.A.P. 1909 20 hp 4-cyl.[3]
  • J.A.P. 38 hp V-8 (air-cooled) 3.35 in × 3.74 in (85 mm × 95 mm)[2]
  • J.A.P. 45 hp V-8 (water-cooled) 3.54 in × 4.33 in (90 mm × 110 mm)[2]
  • J.A.P. 1910 40 hp V-8[3]
  • J.A.P. 8-cyl.[3]
  • Aeronca-J.A.P. J-99[3]

Japanese rockets and Pulse-jets edit

  • Type4 I-Go Model-20 (Rocket)
  • Tokuro-1 Type 2 (Rocket)

Javelin edit

Jawa edit

  • Jawa 1000
  • Jawa M-150

Jendrassik edit

J.E.T edit

(James Engineering Turbines Ltd)

JetBeetle edit

Jetcat edit

Johnson edit

  • Johnson Aero 75 hp V-6 5 in × 4 in (130 mm × 100 mm)[2]
  • Johnson Aero 100 hp V-8 5 in × 4 in (130 mm × 100 mm)[2]
  • Johnson Aero 150 hp V-12 5 in × 4 in (130 mm × 100 mm)[2]

JLT Motors edit

(Boos, Seine-Maritime, France)

JPX edit

Junkers edit

Source:Kay[133]

K edit

Kalep edit

(Fyodor Grigoryevich Kalep)

Kawasaki edit

Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

Kelly edit

  • Kelly 200 hp 2-stroke 4-cyl inline 6.5 in × 6.3 in (170 mm × 160 mm)[2]

Kemp edit

 
Kemp G-2 flat-twin

(a.k.a. Grey Eagle)

  • Kemp D-4
  • Kemp E-6
  • Kemp G-2
  • Kemp H-6 (55 hp 6IL) 4.25 in × 4.5 in (108 mm × 114 mm)[2]
  • Kemp I-4 (35 hp 4IL) 4.25 in × 4.5 in (108 mm × 114 mm)[2]
  • Kemp J-8 (80 hp V-8) 4.25 in × 4.75 in (108 mm × 121 mm)[2]
  • Kemp K-2
  • Kemp M-2
  • Kemp O-101
  • Kemp-Henderson 27 hp

Ken Royce edit

LeBlond Aircraft Engine Corporation was sold to Rearwin Airplanes in 1937 and renamed Ken-Royce.

  • Ken-Royce 5E – LeBlond 70-5E
  • Ken-Royce 5G – LeBlond 90-5G
  • Ken-Royce 7F- developed from LeBlond 7DF
  • Ken-Royce 7G

Kessler edit

  • Kessler 200 hp 4.75 in × 5 in (121 mm × 127 mm)[2]
  • Kessler 6C-400 5.5 in × 6 in (140 mm × 150 mm)[2]

KFM edit

(KFM (Komet Flight Motor) Aircraft Motors Division of Italian American Motor Engineering)

Khatchaturov edit

KHD edit

Kiekhaefer edit

Kimball edit

  • Kimball Beetle K
  • Kimball Gnat M

King edit

(Chas. B. King)

  • King 550 hp V-12 5.5 in × 7 in (140 mm × 180 mm)[2]

King-Bugatti edit

Kinner edit

Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

Kirkham edit

  • Kirkham 50 hp 4IL (C-4?) 4.3125 in × 5.125 in (109.54 mm × 130.18 mm)[2]
  • Kirkham 75-85 hp
  • Kirkham 110 hp
  • Kirkham 180 hp 9-cyl. radial
  • Kirkham B-4 4.125 in × 4.75 in (104.8 mm × 120.7 mm)[2]
  • Kirkham B-6 4.125 in × 4.75 in (104.8 mm × 120.7 mm)[2]
  • Kirkham B-12
  • Kirkham BG-6 (geared) 4.3125 in × 5.125 in (109.54 mm × 130.18 mm)[2]
  • Kirkham C-4
  • Kirkham K-12[83]

Kishi edit

  • Kishi 70 hp V-8 96 mm × 120 mm (3.8 in × 4.7 in)[2]

Klimov edit

Source:Gunston[14]

Knox edit

(Knox Motors Company, Springfield Mass.)

  • Knox 300 hp V-12 4.75 in × 7 in (121 mm × 178 mm)[2]
  • Knox H-106
  • Knox R-266

Koerting edit

  • Koerting 65 hp V-8 116 mm × 126 mm (4.6 in × 5.0 in)[2]
  • Koerting 185 hp V-8 110 mm × 140 mm (4.3 in × 5.5 in)[2]
  • Koerting 250 hp V-12 120 mm × 140 mm (4.7 in × 5.5 in)[2]

Kosoku edit

(Kosokudo Kikan KK)

Kolesov edit

Köller edit

(Dr. Kröber und Sohn GmbH, Treuenbrietzen)

König edit

(Compact Radial Engines)

Konrad edit

(Oberbayische Forschungsanhalt Dr. Konrad)

  • Konrad 109-613
  • Konrad Enzian IV rakatenmotor[37]
  • Konrad Enzian V rakatenmotor[37]
  • Konrad Rheintochter R 3 rakatenmotor[37]

Körting edit

  • Körting Kg IV V-8[4]
  • Körting 8 SL

Kossov edit

  • Kossov MG-31F

Kostovich edit

(O.S. Kostovich)

  • Kostovich 2-cyl airship engine[72]
  • Kostovich 80 hp 8-cyl airship engine[72]

Krautter edit

(Dipl. Ing. Willi Krautter)

  • Krautter-Leichtflugmotor[37]

Kroeber edit

(Doktor Kroeber & Sohn G.m.b.H.)

Kruk edit

  • Kruk rotary 130 mm × 130 mm (5.1 in × 5.1 in)[2]

Kuznetsov edit

Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

L edit

L'Aisle Volante edit

  • L'Aisle Volante C.C.4[42]

Labor edit

  • Labor 70 hp 4-cyl in-line 100 mm × 210 mm (3.9 in × 8.3 in)[32]

Lambert Engine Division edit

(Monocoupe Corporation – Lambert Engine Division)

  • Lambert M-5[43]
  • Lambert R-266[42]
  • Lambert R-270

Lamplough edit

  • Lamplough 6-cyl 2-stroke rotary 116 mm × 126 mm (4.6 in × 5.0 in)[2]
  • Lamplough 6-cyl 2-stroke axial[137]

Lancia edit

(Lancia & Company. / Vincenzo Lancia)

Lange edit

Laviator edit

  • Laviator 35 hp 3-cyl rotary 2-stroke 110 mm × 100 mm (4.3 in × 3.9 in)[32]
  • Laviator 50 hp 6-cyl rotary 2-stroke 100 mm × 130 mm (3.9 in × 5.1 in)[2][32]
  • Laviator 65 hp 6-cyl rotary 2-stroke 100 mm × 130 mm (3.9 in × 5.1 in)[2]
  • Laviator 75 hp 9-cyl rotary 2-stroke 100 mm × 130 mm (3.9 in × 5.1 in)[32]
  • Laviator 100 hp 12-cyl rotary 2-stroke 100 mm × 130 mm (3.9 in × 5.1 in)[32]
  • Laviator 80 hp 6-cyl 2-stroke water-cooled radial 100 mm × 130 mm (3.9 in × 5.1 in)[2]
  • Laviator 120 hp 4IL 145 mm × 174 mm (5.7 in × 6.9 in)[2]
  • Laviator 110 hp 6IL 130 mm × 160 mm (5.1 in × 6.3 in)[2]
  • Laviator 250 hp 6IL 180 mm × 200 mm (7.1 in × 7.9 in)[2]
  • Laviator 80 hp V-8 100 mm × 130 mm (3.9 in × 5.1 in)[2]
  • Laviator 120 hp V-8 114 mm × 160 mm (4.5 in × 6.3 in)[2]
  • Laviator 200 hp V-8 145 mm × 175 mm (5.7 in × 6.9 in)[2]

Lawrance edit

  • Lawrance A-3
  • Lawrance B 60 hp 3-cyl.[11]
  • Lawrance C-2
  • Lawrance J-1
  • Lawrance J-2
  • Lawrance L-2 65 hp 4.25 in × 5.25 in (108 mm × 133 mm)[2][83]
  • Lawrance L-3
  • Lawrance L-4 a.k.a. 'Wright Gale'
  • Lawrance L-5
  • Lawrance L-64
  • Lawrance N[14]
  • Lawrance N-2 40HP 2OA 4.25 in × 4.25 in (108 mm × 108 mm)[2]
  • Lawrance R[14]
  • Lawrance R-1[83]
  • Lawrance-Moulton A (France)[2]
  • Lawrance-Moulton B (200 hp V-8 USA) 4.75 in × 6.5 in (121 mm × 165 mm)[2]
  • Lawrance 140 hp 9-cyl radial 4.25 in × 5.25 in (108 mm × 133 mm)[2]
  • Lawrance 200 hp 9-cyl radial 4.5 in × 5.5 in (110 mm × 140 mm)[2]

Lawrence Radiation Laboratory edit

Le Gaucear edit

  • Le Gaucear 150 hp 10-cyl rotary[2]

Le Maitre et Gerard edit

  • Le Maitre et Gerard 700 hp V-8 180 mm × 210 mm (7.1 in × 8.3 in)[2]

Le Rhône edit

LeBlond edit

LeBlond was sold to Rearwin and engines continued under Ken-Royce name.

Lee edit

  • Lee 80 hp

Lefèrve edit

(F. Lefèrve)

  • Lefèrve 2-cyl. 33 hp[15]

Lenape edit

  • Lenape AR-3[42]
  • Lenape LM-3 Papoose 3-cyl.
  • Lenape LM-5 Brave 5-cyl.
  • Lenape LM-7 Chief 7-cyl.
  • Lenape LM-125 Brave (suspect should be LM-5-125)
  • Lenape LM-365 Papoose (suspect should be LM-3-65)
  • Lenape LM-375 Papoose (suspect should be LM-3-75)

Lessner edit

  • Lessner 1908 4-cyl airship engine[72]

Levavasseur edit

Léon Levavasseur see Antoinette

Levi edit

  • Levi 7-cyl barrel engine[2]

Leyland Motors edit

J. G. Parry-Thomas, the chief engineer at Leyland Motors.

  • A single X-8 engine was built in August 1918 but failed during testing and with the end of WWI development was abandoned.[139]

LFW edit

  • LFW 0
  • LFW I
  • LFW II
  • LFW III
  • LFW-12 X-1

LHTEC edit

Liberty edit

Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

Ligez edit

  • Ligez 3-cyl rotary 115 mm × 130 mm (4.5 in × 5.1 in)[32]

Light edit

  • Light Kitten 20
  • Light Kitten 30
  • Light Tiger 100
  • Light Tiger 125
  • Light Tiger Junior 50

Lilloise edit

See:C.L.M.

Limbach edit

Lincoln edit

  • Rocket 29 hp

Lindequist edit

(Konsortiert Överingeniör Sven Lindequist's Uppfinninggar – Consortium Senior Engineer Sven Lindqvist Inventions)

  • Lindewqiuist 1,000 hp Stratospheric engine[42]

Les Long Long Harlequin edit

Lockheed edit

LOM edit

(Letecke Opravny Malesice, Praha)

Loravia edit

(Yutz, France)

Lorraine-Dietrich edit

(Société Lorraine des Anciens Établissements de Dietrich) Source:Jane's All the World's Aircraft 1938[42][141][142] except where noted

  • Lorraine 3B licence-built Potez 3B?
  • Lorraine 3D licence-built Potez 3B
  • Lorraine 5P Ecole – 5 cyl radial[43]
  • Lorraine 6A – (AM) 110 hp
  • Lorraine 6Ba – 6 cyl two-row radial 130CV
  • Lorraine 7M Mizar – 7 cyl radial
  • Lorraine 8A – V-8
    • Lorraine 8Aa
    • Lorraine 8Ab
    • Lorraine 8Aby
  • Lorraine 8B – V-8
    • Lorraine 8Ba
    • Lorraine 8Bb
    • Lorraine 8Bd
    • Lorraine 8Be
    • Lorraine 8BI (inverted?)
  • Lorraine 9A
  • Lorraine 9N Algol – Type 120 9 cyl radial
  • Lorraine Dietrich 12Cc ? Dc in error?
  • Lorraine 12? Hibis 450 hp
  • Lorraine 12D
  • Lorraine 12 DOO 460 hp O-12[16]
  • Lorraine 12E Courlis – W-12 450 hp
  • Lorraine 12F Courlis – W-12 600 hp
  • Lorraine 12H Pétrel – V-12
  • Lorraine 12Q Eider
    • Lorraine 12Qo Eider
  • Lorraine 12R Sterna – V-12 Type 111 700 hp
  • Lorraine 12Rs Sterna – V-12 Type 111 700 hp
  • Lorraine 12Rcr Radium – inverted V-12 with turbochargers 2,000 hp
  • Lorraine 14A Antarès – 14 cylinder radial 500 hp
  • Lorraine 14E – 14 cylinder radial 470 hp[143]
  • Lorraine 18F Sirius – Type 112
    • Lorraine 18F.0 Sirius
    • Lorraine 18F.00 Sirius
    • Lorraine 18F.100 Sirius
  • Lorraine 18G Orion – W-18
    • Lorraine 18Ga Orion – W-18
    • Lorraine 18Gad Orion – W-18
  • Lorraine 18K – W-18
    • Lorraine 18Ka
    • Lorraine 18Kd
    • Lorraine 18Kdrs
  • Lorraine 24 – W-24 1,000 hp (3 banks of 8 cylinders)
  • Lorraine 24E Taurus – 24 cyl in-line radial (six banks of 4-inline?) 1,600 hp
  • Lorraine P5
  • Lorraine AM (moteur d’Aviation Militaire (A.M.)) – derived from German 6-cyl in-line engines
  • Lorraine Algol Junior – 230 hp
  • Lorraine-Latécoère 8B
  • Lorraine Diesel – built in 1932, rated at 200 hp
  • Lorraine DM-400

Lotarev edit

(Vladimir Lotarev) (see also Ivchenko-Progress)

Loughead edit

  • Loughead XL-1

LPC edit

  • LPC Fang 1-KS-40
  • LPC Sword 3.81-KS-4090
  • LPC Meteor 33-KS-2800
  • LPC Mercury 0.765-KS-53,600
  • LPC Viper I-C 5.6-KS-5,400
  • LPC Viper II-C 3.77-KS-8,040
  • LPC Lance I-C 6.65-KS-38,800

LSA-Engines edit

(LSA-Engines GmbH, Berlin, Germany)

Lucas edit

Lutetia edit

(Marcel Echard / Moteurs Lutetia)

  • Lutetia 4.C.02 V-4, 2-stroke, 1267 cc, 40-45 hp at 2800rpm[1]
  • Lutetia 6-cyl radial 70 hp a 2600 rpm[1]

Lycoming edit

 
Lycoming O-540

Lyulka edit

Source:Gunston.[14]

LZ Design edit

M edit

M&D Flugzeugbau edit

  • M&D Flugzeugbau TJ-42[146]

MAB edit

  • 4-cylinder air-cooled "fan" engine[147]
  • 4-cylinder vertical water-cooled in-line engine[147]

MacClatchie edit

  • MacClatchie X-2 Panther

Macchi edit

  • Macchi MB.2 – 2.cyl 20 hp at 3,000 rpm

Macomber Avis edit

Macomber Rotary Engine Company with Avis Engine Company

M.A.N. edit

Maschinenfabrik Augsburg-Nürnberg (MAN)

MAN Turbo edit

Manfred Weiss edit

See: Weiss

Manly edit

Charles M. Manly redesigned an engine built by Stephen Balzer.

Mantovani edit

  • Mantovani Citroën 2CV car engine conversion[1]

Marchetti edit

(Marchetti Motor Patents)

  • Marchetti A

Mark edit

(Stahlwerk Mark Flugzeugbau)

Marcmotor edit

(Macerata, Italy)

Marlin-Rockwell edit

  • Marlin-Rockwell 72 hp

Marquardt Corporation edit

  • Marquardt PJ40 pulsejet
  • Marquardt PJ46 pulsejet
  • Marquardt RJ30[9] C-20 ramjet
  • Marquardt RJ31 C-30 Ramjet
  • Marquardt RJ34 ramjet
  • Marquardt RJ39 ramjet
  • Marquardt RJ43
  • Marquardt RJ57[10] ramjet
  • Marquardt RJ59[10] ramjet
  • Marquardt MA-19[9][21]
  • Marquardt MA-20[10][9][21]
  • Marquardt MA-24[21]
  • Marquardt MA-74
  • Marquardt MA-196[24]
  • Marquardt C-20[80] (2x C-20s fitted to P-51 and 2x Marquardt C20-85D fitted to P-80A 44-85042)
  • Marquardt C-30 (2x Marquardt C30-10B fitted to P-80A 44-85214)
  • Marquardt C-48
  • Marquardt R-1E[24]
  • Marquardt R-40A[24]

Martin edit

  • Martin 133? typo?
  • Martin 333[152][43]
  • Martin 500[43]
  • Martin 8200 (190 hp V-8) 4.625 in × 7 in (117.5 mm × 177.8 mm)[2]
  • Martin L-330

Maru edit

Masson edit

  • Masson 50 hp 6-cyl in-line[2]

Mathis edit

Mawen edit

(Mawen S.A.)

  • Mawen 150 hp rotary[42]
  • Mawen 350 hp rotary[42]
  • Mawen 700 hp two row rotary[42]

Max Ams edit

(Max Ams machine Company)

  • Max Ams 75 hp V-8 3.9375 in × 5.125 in (100.01 mm × 130.18 mm)[2]

Maxim edit

  • Maxim 87 hp 4-cyl in-line 5 in × 5.625 in (127.0 mm × 142.9 mm)[2]

Maximotor Makers edit

  • Maximotor 50 hp
  • Maximotor 60-70 hp
  • Maximotor 70-80 hp
  • Maximotor 80-100 hp
  • Maximotor 100 hp
  • Maximotor 120 hp
  • Maximotor 150 hp
  • Maximotor A-4 (50 hp 4ILW) 4.5 in × 5 in (110 mm × 130 mm)[2]
  • Maximotor A-6 (75 hp 6ILW) 4.5 in × 5 in (110 mm × 130 mm)[2]
  • Maximotor A-8 (110 hp V-8)5 in × 5.5 in (130 mm × 140 mm)[2]
  • Maximotor B-6 (115 6ILW) 5 in × 6 in (130 mm × 150 mm)[2]
  • Maximotor 70 hp 4-in-line 5.25 in × 5.5 in (133 mm × 140 mm)[2]

Maybach edit

Mayo edit

(Mayo Radiator Co)

  • Mayo 1915 (6LW)

McCulloch edit

McDonnell edit

McDowell edit

(Geo. McDowell. Brooklyn NY.)

  • McDowell Twin-Piston V-4 2-stroke[2]

Mead edit

(Mead Engine Co.)

  • Mead 50 hp 4-cyl in-line 4.75 in × 4.5 in (121 mm × 114 mm)[2]

Mekker edit

Menasco edit

Sources:Gunston and Jane's.[14][160]

Mengin edit

(Établissements Pierre Mengin)

  • Mengin B
  • Mengin C (later 2A.01), Poinsard design[42]
  • Mengin G.M.H. (Genete, Mengin, and Hochet)[42]
  • Mengin 2A.01 Poinsard design[42]
  • Hochet-Mengin

Mercedes edit

See: Daimler-Benz

Merkulov edit

(Ivan A. Merkulov)

  • Merkulov DM-4 ramjet[161]

Métallurgique edit

Data from:[18]

  • Métallurgique 32 hp 4-cyl in-line 100 mm × 150 mm (3.94 in × 5.91 in)[2]
  • Métallurgique 40 hp 4-cyl in-line 85 mm × 130 mm (3.35 in × 5.12 in)[4]
  • Métallurgique 48 hp 4-cyl in-line 125 mm × 150 mm (4.92 in × 5.91 in)[2]
  • Métallurgique 60 hp 4-cyl in-line 100 mm × 150 mm (3.94 in × 5.91 in)[4]
  • Métallurgique 90 hp 4-cyl in-line 125 mm × 150 mm (4.92 in × 5.91 in)[4]

Meteormotor edit

  • Meteormotor 20-25 hp

Meteor edit

(Meteor S.p.A. Constuzioni Aeronautiche)

Metropolitan-Vickers edit

Metz edit

(Metz Company, Waltham, Mass.)

  • Metz 125 hp rotary 6.75 in × 6.75 in (171 mm × 171 mm)[2]

Michel edit

  • Michel IV-AT3
  • Michel 4A-14
  • Michel RAT-3[162] 100 hp
  • Michel A.M. 14 MARK II[163]
  • Michel A.M.7 6L 200 hp[35]
  • Michel A.M.14 Type I 4L 100 hp[35][43]
  • Michel A.M.14 Type II[43]
  • Michel A.M.14 Type III[43]
  • Michel A.M.16 6L 40 hp[35]

Michigan edit

  • Michigan 2-cyl 2-stroke rotary 5 in × 5 in (130 mm × 130 mm)[2]
  • Michigan Rover

Microturbo edit

Mid-west edit

(Mid-West Engines Limited / Diamond engines / Austro Engine)

Miese edit

Data from:[18]

  • Miese 50-60 hp 8-cyl[4]
  • Miese 100 hp 8-cyl radial 130 mm × 130 mm (5.1 in × 5.1 in)[2][4]

Mikulin edit

Mikulin-Stechkin edit

(A.A. Mikulin & B.S. Stechkin)

  • AMBS-1

Milwaukee Tank edit

  • Milwaukee Tank V-470
  • Milwaukee Tank V-502

Miller edit

  • Miller 22 hp radial

Miller edit

(Harry A. Miller Manufacturing Company)

  • Miller 125 hp 4-cyl in-line 4 in × 7 in (100 mm × 180 mm)[2]
  • Miller V-12 5 in × 6 in (130 mm × 150 mm)[2]

Minié edit

Data from:[166] (Établissements Minié, Colombes, Seine, France)

  • Minié 4.B0 Horus
  • Minié 4.D
  • Minié 4.E0 Horus
  • Minié 4.E2 Horus

Mistral Engines edit

Mitsubishi edit

Modena Avio Engines edit

(Rubiera, Italy)

Monaco edit

(Monaco Motor and Engineering Co. Ltd.)

  • Monaco 75 hp[5]
  • Monaco 100 hp[5]

Monnett edit

Data from:'[167]

  • Monnett AeroVee
  • Monnett 1600cc E-Vee
  • Monnett 1600cc SuperVee
  • Monnett 1700cc E-Vee
  • Monnett 1700cc SuperVee
  • Monnett 1835cc E-Vee
  • Monnett 2007cc E-Vee

Morehouse edit

  • Morehouse 15 hp
  • Morehouse 29 hp
  • Morehouse M-42
  • Morehouse M-80

Mors edit

Data from:[18]

  • Mors 30 hp V-4 100 mm × 130 mm (3.9 in × 5.1 in)[2]

Mosler edit

(Mosler, Inc. of Hendersonville, North Carolina)

Motor Sich edit

Motorav Industria edit

Motorlet edit

Mozhaiskiy edit

  • Mozhaisky gas fired machine[72]

MTH edit

MTR edit

MTU Aero Engines edit

Mudry edit

(Moteurs Mudry-Buchoux)

Mulag edit

  • Mulag 90/113 hp 6-cyl in-line 110 mm × 170 mm (4.3 in × 6.7 in)[2]

Murray-Willat edit

  • Murray Ajax
  • Murray Atlas
  • Murray-Willat 35 hp 6-cyl 2-stroke rotary 75 mm × 90 mm (3.0 in × 3.5 in)[2]
  • Murray-Willat 90 hp 6-cyl 2-stroke rotary 100 mm × 130 mm (3.9 in × 5.1 in)[2]

MWfly edit

(MWfly srl, Passirana di Rho, Italy)

N edit

N.A.G. edit

Source:Angle.[2]
  • NAG 40 hp 4-cyl in-line
  • NAG C.III
  • NAG F.1
  • NAG F.2
  • NAG F.3
  • NAG F.4
  • NAG Model 301
  • NAG 6-cyl 135 hp

Nagel edit

  • Nagel 444

Nagliati edit

  • Nagliati V.N.V 160 hp Y-12 120 mm × 130 mm (4.7 in × 5.1 in)[2]
  • Nagliati 250 hp 8-cyl twin4 120 mm × 100 mm (4.7 in × 3.9 in)[2]

Nakajima edit

NAMI edit

Napier edit

Sources: Piston engines, Lumsden,[3] gas turbine and rocket engines, Gunston.[14]

Narkiewicz edit

(Wiktor N. Narkiewicz – production at C.Z.P.S.K. (National)

Naskiewicz edit

(Stanislaw Naskiewicz)

  • Naskiewicz gas turbine[170]

National Aerospace Laboratory of Japan edit

  • MITI/NAL FJR710

National edit

  • National 35

N.E.C. edit

(New Engine Co.)

  • N.E.C. 1910 2-cyl 2-stroke
  • N.E.C. 1910 60 hp 6-cyl 2-stroke
  • N.E.C. 40 hp 4-cyl 2-stroke
  • N.E.C. 50 hp V-4 2-stroke 94 mm × 114 mm (3.7 in × 4.5 in)[2][4]
  • N.E.C. 90 hp 6-cyl 2-stroke 94 mm × 114 mm (3.7 in × 4.5 in)[2][4]
  • N.E.C. 100 hp 6-cyl 2-stroke(1912)
  • N.E.C. 69.6 hp 4-cyl 2-stroke 114 mm × 101 mm (4.5 in × 4.0 in)[2][18]

Nelson edit

Nielsen & Winther edit

Nieuport edit

  • Nieuport 28 hp 2-cyl opposed 130 mm × 150 mm (5.1 in × 5.9 in)[32]
  • Nieuport 32/35 hp 2-cyl opposed 135 mm × 150 mm (5.3 in × 5.9 in)[2]

Nihonnainenki edit

  • Nihonnainenki Semi

Nippon edit

(Nippon Jet Engine Company)

Nord edit

  • Nord ST.600 Sirius I
  • Nord ST.600 Sirius II
  • Nord ST.600 Sirius III
  • Nord Véga

Normalair Garrett edit

Northrop edit

Source:Gunston.[14]

  • Northrop Model 4318F[44]
  • Northrop O-100[44]
  • Northrop Turbodyne XT-37

Norton edit

(Kenneth Norton / Norton-Newby Motorcycle Co.)

  • Norton 2-cyl opposed 4 in × 4.5 in (100 mm × 110 mm)[2]
  • Norton NR642

Novus edit

  • Novus 70 hp 6-cyl rotary 120 mm × 130 mm (4.7 in × 5.1 in)[2]
  • Novus 70 hp 6-cyl double rotary 120 mm × 130 mm (4.7 in × 5.1 in)[2]

NPO Saturn edit

NPT edit

NST-Machinenbau edit

(Niedergoersdorf, Germany)

Nuffield edit

  • Nuffield 100 hp 4HO[5]

O edit

Oberursel edit

Oerlikon edit

  • Oerlikon 50/60 hp 4-cyl opposed 100 mm × 200 mm (3.9 in × 7.9 in)[2][32]

Oldfield edit

  • Oldfield 15A 124 mm × 150 mm (4.9 in × 5.9 in)[2]

Omsk edit

  • Omsk TVO-100

Opel edit

Orenda Engines edit

Orenda Engines, formed by Avro Canada taking over publicly funded jet engine development by Turbo Research.[14] Later became Orenda Aerospace under Magellan.

Orion edit

  • Orion LL-30

Orlo edit

(Orlo Motor Company)

  • Orlo B-4 4IL 50 hp 4.5 in × 6 in (110 mm × 150 mm)[2]
  • Orlo B-6 6IL 75 hp 4.5 in × 6 in (110 mm × 150 mm)[2]
  • Orlo B-8 V-8 100 hp 4.5 in × 6 in (110 mm × 150 mm)[2]

Orlogsværftet edit

  • Orlogsværftet O.V. 160

OKL edit

(Ośrodek Konstrukcji Lotniczych WSK Okęcie)

  • OKL LIS-2[10]
  • OKL LIS-2A[10]
  • OKL LIS-5[10]
  • OKL LIT-3[10]
  • OKL TO-1[10]
  • OKL NP-1[10]
  • OKL WN-3 (Wiktor Narkiewicz)[10]
  • OKL WN-6 (Wiktor Narkiewicz)[10]
  • OKL WN-7 (Wiktor Narkiewicz)[10]

Otis-Pifre edit

  • Otis-Pifre 6-cyl in-line[2]
  • Otis-Pifer 500 hp V-12 130 mm × 160 mm (5.1 in × 6.3 in)[2]

Otto A.G.O. edit

P edit

Packard edit

Source:Gunston.[14][175]

  • Packard 1A-258 1922 single
  • Packard 1A-744 1919 V-8(60) 180 hp 4.75 in × 5.25 in (121 mm × 133 mm)[2]
  • Packard 1A-825 1921 V-8(60) 5 in × 5.25 in (127 mm × 133 mm)[2]
  • Packard 1A-905 225 hp V-12 4 in × 6 in (100 mm × 150 mm)[2]
  • Packard 1A-1100 1917 V-8(45) – small scale production of Liberty L-8
  • Packard 1A-1116 1919 V-12(60) 282 hp 4.75 in × 5.25 in (121 mm × 133 mm)[2]
  • Packard 1A-1237 1920 V-12(60) 315 hp 5 in × 5.25 in (127 mm × 133 mm)[2]
  • Packard 2A-1237 1923 V-12(60)
  • Packard 1A-1300 1923 V-12(60)
  • Packard 1A-1464 1924 V-12(60) 1st redesign of 1A-1300
  • Packard 1A-1500 1924 V-12(60)
    • variants: Packard 2A-1500 1925 V-12(60), Packard 3A-1500 1927 V-12(60)
  • Packard 1M-1551 test engine
  • Packard 1A-1551 1921 IL-6
  • Packard 1A-1650 1919 Packard's post war Liberty
  • Packard 1A-2025 1920 V-12(60) 540 hp 5.75 in × 6.5 in (146 mm × 165 mm)[2]
  • Packard 1A-2200 1923 V-12(60) (made as 6 cyl.)
  • Packard 1A-2500 1924 V-12
    • variants include 2A-2500, 2A-2540, 3A-2500, 4A-2500, 5A-2500, 3M-2500, 4M-2500, 5M-2500
  • Packard X-2775 – experimental X-24, three engines built
    • 1A-2775, 2A-2775 (1935)
  • Packard 1A-3000 193? H-24 "H" exp.
  • Packard 1A-5000 1939 X-24(60) exp.
  • Packard 2A-5000 1939 H-24 exp.
  • Packard 3A-5000 1939 X-24(90) exp. sleeve valve
  • Packard 1D-2270 1952 V-16(TD60)
  • Packard DR-980 1928 R-9(D) 1st diesel to fly
  • Packard DR-1340 1932 R-9(D) 2-cycle
  • Packard DR-1520 1932 R-9(D) 2-cycle
  • Packard DR-1655 1932 R-9(D) exp. diesel
  • Packard 299 1916 V-12(60) "299" racer engine
  • Packard 452 1917 IL-6 aero exp.
  • Packard 905-1 1916 V-12(40)
  • Packard 905-2 1917 V-12(40)
  • Packard 905-3 1917 V-12(40) (1A-905)
  • Packard IL-6 (1A-1551)
  • Packard L-8 (1A-1100) – licence-built Liberty L-12
  • Packard L-12 1917 Liberty L-12 engines
  • Packard L-12E 1918 U-12 Duplex – 2 crankshafts[citation needed]
  • Packard V-1650 – inverted Liberty L-12
  • Packard V-1650 Merlin – licence-built Rolls-Royce Merlin
  • Packard W-1 1921 W-18(40) Air Service-designed and Packard-built
  • Packard W-1-A 1923 W-18(40) Air Service-designed and Packard-built
  • Packard W-1-B 1923 W-18(40) Air Service-designed and Packard-built
  • Packard W-2 1923 W-18(40) Air Service designed
  • Packard XJ41 1946 Turbo-Jet Experimental turbojet. 7 were contracted
  • Packard XJ49 1948 Turbo-Fan Experimental fan jet. Highest thrust—10,000 lbf (44 kN)—jet built up to that time

Palmer edit

(Palmer Motor Company)

  • Palmer 80 hp

Palons & Beuse edit

  • Palons & Beuse 2-cyl opposed[2]

Panhard & Levassor edit

Source:[176] (Société Panhard & Levassor)

Inline engines
  • Panhard & Levassor 4M – Dirigible engine with power outputs of 50 to 120 hp (1905–1911)
  • Panhard & Levassor 4I – 35/40 hp (1909)
  • Panhard & Levassor 6I – 55 hp (1910)
  • Panhard & Levassor 6J – 65 hp (1910)
V8 engines
  • Panhard & Levassor V8 – 100 hp (1912)
V12 engines
  • Panhard & Levassor 12J – 220 hp (1915)
  • Panhard & Levassor 12M – 500 hp (1918)
V12 sleeve valve engines
  • Panhard & Levassor VL 12L – 450 hp (1924)
  • Panhard & Levassor VK 12L – 450 hp (1925)
W16 engines
  • Panhard & Levassor 16W – 650 hp (1920)

Parker edit

(Aero Parker Motor Sales Company)

  • Parker 1912 3 cyl
  • Parker 1912 6 cyl

Parma Technik edit

(Luhačovice, Zlín Region, Moravia, Czech Republic)

Parodi edit

(Roland Parodi)

PBS edit

(První Brnenská Strojírna Velká Bíteš, a.s.)

Pegasus Aviation edit

Per Il Volo edit

Peterlot edit

  • Peterlot 80 hp 7-cyl radial

Peugeot edit

  • Peugeot 8Aa, or L112, V-8 100 mm × 180 mm (3.9 in × 7.1 in)[2][181]
  • Peugeot Type 16AJ 440 hp double V-8 120 mm × 160 mm (4.7 in × 6.3 in)[2]
  • Peugeot L41 600 hp V-12 160 mm × 170 mm (6.3 in × 6.7 in)[2]
  • Peugeot Type 16X X-16 130 mm × 170 mm (5.1 in × 6.7 in)[2]
  • Peugeot 12L13[43]

Pheasant Aircraft Company edit

  • Pheasant Flight 4-cyl

Phillips edit

(Phillips Aviation Company)

  • Phillips 333 (Martin 333)
  • Phillips 500

Piaggio edit

Data from:Italian Civil & Military Aircraft 1930–1945[17] and Jane's 1938[42]

Pierce edit

(Samuel S Pierce Airplane Company)

  • Pierce B 35 hp 3RA 4 in × 6 in (100 mm × 150 mm)[2]

Pieper edit

(Pieper Motorenbau GmbH)

  • Pieper Stamo MS 1500[44]
  • Pieper Stamo 1000[44]

Pipistrel edit

Pipe edit

Data from:[18]

  • Pipe 50 hp V-8 3.94 in × 3.94 in (100 mm × 100 mm)[2][4]
  • Pipe 110 hp V-8[4]

Pirna edit

Platzer edit

Pobjoy edit

Poinsard edit

Porsche edit

Potez edit

  • Potez A-4 50 hp 4IL upright 100 mm × 120 mm (3.9 in × 4.7 in)[2]
  • Potez 1C APU
  • Potez 1D APU
    • Potez 1D-3 APU
  • Potez 2D APU
    • Potez 2D-2 APU
    • Potez 2D-5 APU
  • Potez 2C APU
  • Potez 3B[42]
  • Potez 4D
  • Potez 4E
  • Potez 6A
    • Potez 6Aa
    • Potez 6Ab[43]
    • Potez 6Ac
  • Potez 6B[42]
  • Potez 6D
  • Potez 6E[10]
    • Potez 6E.30
  • Potez 8D
  • Potez 9A[42]
  • Potez 9B[42]
    • Potez 9Ba
    • Potez 9Bb
    • Potez 9Bd
  • Potez 9C
    • Potez 9C-01
  • Potez 9E[42]
    • Potez 9Eo
  • Potez 12As
  • Potez 12D (a.k.a. D.12)[42][36]
    • Potez 12D-00
    • Potez 12D-01
    • Potez 12D-03
    • Potez 12D-30

Pouit edit

  • Pouit S-4

PowerJet edit

Power Jets edit

Poyer edit

(Poyer Aircraft Engine Company)

Praga edit

Source:Jane's All the World's Aircraft 1938[42]

Pratt & Whitney edit

Pratt & Whitney/Allison edit

Pratt & Whitney Canada edit

 
Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6

Pratt & Whitney Rzeszów edit

  • Pratt & Whitney Rzeszów PZL-10

Preceptor edit

Price Induction edit

  • DGEN

Primi-Berthand edit

  • Primi-Berthand 4-cyl in-line 2-stroke 100 mm × 180 mm (3.9 in × 7.1 in)[2]

Pulch edit

(Otto Pulch)

Pulsar edit

  • Pulsar Aeromaxx 100

PZI edit

(Państwowe Zakłady Inżynieryjne – National Engineering Works)

PZL edit

(PZL Państwowe Zakłady Lotnicze)

PZL Rzeszów edit

(PZL Rzeszów)

PZL-Wytwórnia Silników edit

Q edit

Quick Air Motors Co edit

(Quick Air Motors, Wichita KS.)

  • Quick Super Rhone – conversion of 80 hp Le Rhône 9C rotary engine to radial.[184]
  • Quick 180 hp

R edit

Radne Motor AB edit

Ranger edit

Ranger Engines were a division of Fairchild Aircraft

  • Ranger 6-370
  • Ranger 6-375
  • Ranger 6-390[42]
  • Ranger 6-410
  • Ranger L-440 (company designation 6-440)
  • Ranger V-770
  • Ranger V-880
  • Ranger XV-920
  • Ranger XH-1850 (not actually an H – a double 150° V – two separate crankshafts linked by a gearbox)[185]

Rapp edit

Rapp Motorenwerke became BMW in 1917

Rasmussen edit

(Hans L Rasmussen)

  • Rasmussen 65 hp

Rateau edit

Rausenberger edit

  • Rausenberger A-8 45 hp V-8 3.5 in × 3.75 in (89 mm × 95 mm)[2]
  • Rausenberger B-8 75 hp V-8 4.125 in × 4.75 in (104.8 mm × 120.7 mm)[2]
  • Rausenberger C-12 150 hp V-12 4.125 in × 6 in (104.8 mm × 152.4 mm)[2]
  • Rausenberger D-23 250 hp V-12 5 in × 6.5 in (130 mm × 170 mm)[2]
  • Rausenberger E-6 150 hp 6IL 5 in × 6 in (130 mm × 150 mm)[2]
  • Rausenberger 500 hp

Raven Redrives edit

RBVZ edit

Reaction Motors edit

Rearwin edit

  • Rearwin 1909 30-45 hp
  • Rearwin 1909 40-60 hp
  • Rearwin 1910 50-75 hp
  • Rearwin 1911 80-90 hp

Rebus edit

  • Rebus 50 hp 4-cyl

Rectimo edit

(Rectimo Aviation SA) / (Rectimo-Savoie Aviation)

  • Rectimo 4 AR 1200[44]
  • Rectimo 4 AR 1600[67]

RED edit

RED Aircraft GmbH

  • RED A03 – V12 four-stroke diesel engine

Redrup edit

  • Redrup 1910 50 hp 10-cyl contra-rotating rotary
  • Redrup 1914 150 hp 7-cyl radial
  • Redrup 5-cyl barrel engine
  • Redrup Fury (barrel engine built by Aero Syndicate Ltd.)

Reggiane edit

  • Reggiane Re 101 R.C.50 I (sometimes designated Re L 101 R.C.50 I)[186]
  • Reggiane Re 102 R.C.50 I (inverted W-18)[186]
  • Reggiane Re 103 R.C.40 I (inverted W-18)[186]
  • Reggiane Re 103 R.C.50 I (inverted W-18)[186]
  • Reggiane Re 103 R.C.57 I (inverted W-18)[186]
  • Reggiane Re 103 R.C.48 (inverted W-18)[186]
  • Reggiane Re 104 R.C.38 (V-12 derived from the Isotta Fraschini Asso L.121 R.C.40)[186]
  • Reggiane Re 105 R.C.100 I (inverted W-18)[186]
  • Reggiane H-24[186]

Régnier edit

  • Régnier R1
  • Régnier 2[16][36]
  • Régnier 4B (derived from de Havilland Gipsy)
  • Régnier 4D.2
  • Régnier 4E.0
  • Régnier 4F.0
  • Régnier 4JO[187]
  • Régnier 4KO
  • Régnier 4LO
  • Régnier 4L[36]
  • Régnier 4R[36]
  • Régnier 6B
  • Régnier 6C
  • Régnier 6GO
  • Régnier 6R[36]
  • Régnier 6RS[36]
  • Régnier R161-01[188]
  • Régnier Martinet[188]
  • Régnier 12Hoo

Renard edit

(Société anonyme des avions et moteurs Renard / Alfred Renard, Belgium)[189]

Renard edit

  • Renard y Krebs

Renault edit

(Source:[190] and[18])

  • Renault 38.5 hp, 4-cyl in-line water-cooled, 110 mm × 160 mm (4.3 in × 6.3 in)[2]
  • Renault 42.5 hp, 4-cyl in-line water-cooled, 116 mm × 150 mm (4.6 in × 5.9 in)[2]
  • Renault 58.5 hp, water-cooled V-8, 100 mm × 120 mm (3.9 in × 4.7 in)[2]
  • Renault 25/30 hp, 4B, air-cooled V-4 90 mm × 120 mm (3.5 in × 4.7 in)[2]
  • Renault 35 hp, air-cooled V-8, 70 mm × 120 mm (2.8 in × 4.7 in)[2]
  • Renault 45 hp, air-cooled V-8, 75 mm × 120 mm (3.0 in × 4.7 in)[2]
  • Renault 50.5 hp, air-cooled V-8, 90 mm × 140 mm (3.5 in × 5.5 in) designed for airships, 1 built[2]
  • Renault 50/60 hp, 8A & 8Aa, air-cooled V-8[2]
  • Renault 70 hp, 8Ab & 8C, Type WB/WC, air-cooled V-8[2]
  • Renault 75 hp, Type WX, air-cooled V-8[2]
  • Renault 80 hp, 8Ca, Type WS, air-cooled V-8[2]
  • Renault 90 hp, 12A, air-cooled V-12[2]
  • Renault 100 hp, 12B, air-cooled V12[2]
  • Renault 120 hp V-12
  • Renault 130 hp V-12 105 mm × 130 mm (4.1 in × 5.1 in)[2]
  • Renault 7A 100 hp (75 kW) 7 radial
  • Renault 9A
  • Renault 8B 30 hp (22 kW) V-8
  • Renault 9C
    • Renault 9Ca 350–435 hp (261–324 kW) 9 radial
  • Renault 12Drs 500–630 hp (370–470 kW) V12
  • Renault 12E 200 hp (150 kW) V12
    • Renault 12Eb 220 hp (160 kW)
    • Renault 12Ec 235 hp (175 kW) V12
  • Renault 9F
    • Renault 9Fas 650–675 hp (485–503 kW) 9 radial[36]
  • Renault 12F 22L 50 deg V12 series
  • Renault 14Fas 900–1,000 hp (670–750 kW) 14 radial[191]
  • Renault 8G 140 hp (100 kW) to 200 hp (150 kW) V8
  • Renault 12H[11]
    • Renault 12Ha 450 hp (340 kW) V12
    • Renault 12Hd 480 hp (360 kW) V12
    • Renault 12He 500 hp (370 kW) V12
    • Renault 12Hg 550 hp (410 kW) V12
  • Renault 12J
    • Renault 12Ja 450 hp (340 kW) V12
    • Renault 12Jb 500 hp (370 kW) V12
    • Renault 12Jc 550 hp (410 kW) V12
  • Renault 18J
    • Renault 18Jbr 700 hp (520 kW) W18
  • Renault 12K (aka 450 hp and 500 hp)[35]
    • Renault 12K1? [192]
    • Renault 12Ka
    • Renault 12Kb 450 hp (340 kW) V12
    • Renault 12Kd
    • Renault 12Ke 500 hp (370 kW) V12
    • Renault 12Kg 550 hp (410 kW) V12
  • Renault 12M 550–650 hp (410–480 kW) V12[35]
  • Renault 12N
    • Renault 12Ncr 2,000 hp (1,500 kW)
  • Renault 12O 390–450 hp (290–340 kW) air-cooled V-12 inverted[72]
  • Renault 9P 9 radial (aka 250 hp air-cooled engine)
    • Renault 9Pa 250 hp (190 kW)
  • Renault 6Q 200–300 hp (150–220 kW)
  • Renault 12R 450 hp (340 kW) air-cooled V-12 inverted
  • Renault 12S 480 hp (360 kW) V-12 inverted
  • Renault 14T[36]
  • Renault 12T 600 hp (450 kW) V-12 inverted
  • Renault Bengali 4, 4P
  • Renault Bengali 6, 6P
  • Renault Moteur Coupe Deutsch 6 inline 7.95 L (485 cu in) (109.75x140), turbocharged[194]
  • Renault 438 (Coupe Deutsch) 180 hp 6 in-line
  • Renault 446 450 hp V-12?
  • Renault 454 220 hp 6 in-line
  • Renault 456 300 hp 6 in-line
  • Renault 468 730 hp inverted V-12
  • Renault 626 800 hp inverted V-8?
  • Renault 8? 200 hp 8 cyl in-line water-cooled

R.E.P. edit

  • R.E.P. 20/24 hp 5-cyl. 85 mm × 95 mm (3.35 in × 3.74 in)[2]
  • R.E.P. 30/34 hp 7-cyl. 85 mm × 95 mm (3.35 in × 3.74 in)[2]
  • R.E.P. 95 hp 7-cyl. 110 mm × 160 mm (4.33 in × 6.3 in)[2]
  • R.E.P. 40/48 hp 10-cyl. 85 mm × 95 mm (3.35 in × 3.74 in)[2]
  • R.E.P. 60 hp 14-cyl. 85 mm × 95 mm (3.35 in × 3.74 in)[2]
  • R.E.P. 60 hp 5-cyl fan 110 mm × 160 mm (4.3 in × 6.3 in)[32]
  • R.E.P. 50 hp 5-cyl fan 100 mm × 140 mm (3.9 in × 5.5 in)[32]
  • R.E.P. 75 hp 6-cyl
  • R.E.P. 60 hp 7-cyl
  • R.E.P. 85 hp 7-cyl radial 110 mm × 160 mm (4.3 in × 6.3 in)[32]

Revmaster edit

Rex edit

(Flugmachine Rex GesellschaftG.m.b.H.)

  • Rex rotary engine

RFB edit

Rheem edit

  • Rheem S-10 axial

Rheinische edit

  • Rheinische 35 hp 3-cyl fan 105 mm × 130 mm (4.1 in × 5.1 in)[2]
  • Rheinische 50/60 hp 5-cyl radial 120 mm × 140 mm (4.7 in × 5.5 in)[2]
  • Rheinische 70 hp 4-cyl in-line 120 mm × 140 mm (4.7 in × 5.5 in)[2]
  • Rheinische 100 hp 6-cyl in-line 120 mm × 140 mm (4.7 in × 5.5 in)[2]

Rheinmetall-Borsig edit

  • Rheinmetall 109-502[37]
  • Rheinmetall 109-505[37]
  • Rheinmetall 109-515 rocket (solid fuel)[37]
  • Rheinmetall Rheintochter R 1 first stage[37]
  • Rheinmetall Rheintochter R 1 second stage[37]
  • Rheinmetall Rheintochter R 3 first stage[37]

Rhenania edit

(Rhenania Motorenwerke)

  • Rhenania 11-cyl. rotary engine[2][11]

Ricardo edit

  • Ricardo-Burt S55/4[3][2]
  • Ricardo-Halford-Armstrong R.H.A.[3][2]

Richard & Hering edit

(Rex-Simplex Automobilwerke)

  • Richard & Hering engines[2]

Richardson edit

(Archibald and Mervyn, Sydney Australia)

  • Richardson rotary

Righter Manufacturing edit

Roberts edit

(Roberts Motor Company / E.W. Roberts, Sandusky. Ohio)

  • Roberts 50 hp 4-cyl in-line 4.5 in × 5 in (110 mm × 130 mm)[2]
  • Roberts 75 hp 6-cyl in-line 4.5 in × 5 in (110 mm × 130 mm)[2]
  • Roberts 4-X.
  • Roberts 6-X 100 hp 5 in × 5 in (130 mm × 130 mm)[2]
  • Roberts 6-XX 200 hp 6.5 in × 6 in (170 mm × 150 mm)[2]
  • Roberts 6-Z
  • Roberts E-12 350 hp 6 in × 6.5 in (150 mm × 170 mm)[2]

Robinson edit

(Grinnell Aeroplane Co. / William C. Robinson)

  • Robinson 60 hp
  • Robinson 100 hp

Robinson edit

Roché edit

(Jean A Roché)

  • Roché L-267

Rocket Propulsion Establishment edit

  • RPE Gamma

Rocketdyne edit

Rocky Mountain edit

  • Rocky Mountain Pegasus

Rollason edit

  • Rollason Ardem RTW
  • Rollason Ardem 4 CO2 FH mod

Rolls-Royce Limited edit

Sources: Piston engines, Lumsden,[3] gas turbine and rocket engines, Gunston.[14][59]

Note: For alternative 'RB' gas turbine designations please see the Rolls-Royce aero engine template.

Rolls-Royce Holdings edit

Note: For alternative 'RB' gas turbine designations please see the Rolls-Royce aero engine template.

Rolls-Royce Turbomeca edit

Rolls-Royce/SNECMA edit

Rossel-Peugeot edit

(Frédéric Rossel et les frères Peugeot)

  • Rossel-Peugeot 100 hp 4-cyl in-line 140 mm × 140 mm (5.5 in × 5.5 in)[2]
  • Rossel-Peugeot 30 hp 7-cyl rotary 109 mm × 110 mm (4.3 in × 4.3 in)[2]
  • Rossel-Peugeot 40 hp 7-cyl rotary 110 mm × 110 mm (4.3 in × 4.3 in)[2]
  • Rossel-Peugeot 50 hp 7-cyl rotary 110 mm × 110 mm (4.3 in × 4.3 in)[2][198]

Rotax edit

Rotec edit

Rotex Electric edit

  • Rotex Electric REB 20
  • Rotex Electric REB 30
  • Rotex Electric REB 50
  • Rotex Electric REB 90
  • Rotex Electric REG 20
  • Rotex Electric REG 30
  • Rotex Electric RET 30
  • Rotex Electric RET 60
  • Rotex Electric REX 30
  • Rotex Electric REX 50
  • Rotex Electric REX 90

RotorWay edit

Rotron edit

Rover edit

Rover Gas Turbines Ltd.

Royal Aircraft Establishment edit

Royal Aircraft Factory edit

RRJAEL edit

(Rolls-Royce and Japanese Aero-engines Ltd.)

Rumpler edit

  • Rumpler Aeolus

Ruston-Proctor edit

  • Ruston-Proctor 200 hp 6-stroke rotary(6-cyl 2-stroke?)[2]

Ryan-Siemens edit

(Ryan Aeronautical Corp/Siemens-Halske)

Rybinsk Motor Factory edit

S edit

SACMA edit

(Guy Negre)[199]

Safran Helicopter Engines edit

SAI Ambrosini edit

  • Ambrosini P-25 – 2-cyl. horizontally opposed

Salmson edit

Salmson air-cooled aero-engines
  • Salmson 3A, 3Ad
  • Salmson 5A, 5Ac, 5Ap, 5Aq
  • Salmson 6A, 6Ad, 6Af
  • Salmson 6TE, 6TE.S[36]
  • Salmson 7A, 7AC, 7ACa, 7Aq
  • Salmson 7M
  • Salmson 7O, 7Om
  • Salmson 9AB, 9ABa, 9ABc
  • Salmson 9AC
  • Salmson 9AD
  • Salmson 9AE, 9AEr, 9AErs
  • Salmson 9NA, 9NAs, 9NC, 9ND, 9NE, 9NH
  • Salmson 11B
  • Salmson 12C W-12?
  • Salmson 12V, 12Vars – V-12
Salmson water-cooled aero-engines
  • Salmson A – 2x7-cylinder barrel engine, 1 built
  • Salmson B – 2x7-cylinder barrel engine, 1 built
  • Salmson C – 2x7-cylinder barrel engine, 1 built
  • Salmson E – 2x9-cylinder barrel engine, 1 built
  • Salmson F – 2x9-cylinder barrel engine, 1 built
  • Salmson G – 2x7-cylinder barrel engine, 1 built
  • Salmson K – 2x7-cylinder barrel engine, 1 built
  • Salmson A.7
  • Salmson A.9
  • Salmson 2A.9 – a 2-row radial engine
  • Salmson B.9 water-cooled radial engine
  • Salmson C.9 water-cooled radial engine
  • Salmson M.9 water-cooled radial engine
  • Salmson P.9 water-cooled radial engine
  • Salmson R.9 water-cooled radial engine
  • Salmson M.7 water-cooled radial engine
  • Salmson 2M.7 water-cooled 2-row radial engine
  • Salmson 9.Z, 9.Za, 9.Zc, 9.Zm
Salmsons 18 cylinder in-line radial engines
  • Salmson 18Z (1919) 9-bank water-cooled in-line radial 2 x 9Z on common 2-throw crankshaft
  • Salmson 18AB (1920s) 9-bank air-cooled in-line radial[35]
  • Salmson 18Cm, 18Cma, 18Cmb – (late 20s early 30s) 9-bank water-cooled (air-cooled heads) in-line radial
  • Salmson-Szydlowski SH.18 – 18-cyl 2-stroke radial diesel engine (nine banks of two in-line)[200]
Licence-built

Saroléa edit

S.A.N.A. edit

Saunders-Roe edit

  • Saunders-Roe 45 lbf pulse-jet
  • Saunders-Roe 120 lbf pulse-jet

Sauer edit

Saurer edit

Scania-Vabis edit

  • Scania-Vabis PD

Schliha edit

(Schlüpmannsche Industrie und Handelsgesellschaft)

Schmidding edit

  • Schmidding 109-505 rocket (solid fuel)
  • Schmidding 109-513[37]
  • Schmidding 109-533[37]
  • Schmidding 109-543[37]
  • Schmidding 109-553[37]
  • Schmidding 109-563[37]
  • Schmidding 109-573[37]
  • Schmidding 109-593[37]
  • Schmidding 109-603[37]

Schroeter edit

  • Schroeter 89 hp 6-cyl in-line 124 mm × 160 mm (4.9 in × 6.3 in)[2]

Schwade edit

(Otto Schwade GmbH, Erfurt, Germany)

  • Schwade Stahlherz engine[2]

SCI Aviation edit

  • R6-80
  • R6-150
  • B4-160

Scott edit

  • Scott A2S Flying Squirrel[3]
  • Scott 40 hp 2-stroke
  • Scott 1939 2-stroke
  • Scott 1950 2-stroke V4

Security edit

(Security Aircraaft Corporation)

  • Security S-5-120[42]

Sega edit

SELA edit

(Société d'Etude pour la Locomotion Aérienne [SELA])

  • SELA V-8

Seld edit

(Seld-Kompressorbau G.m.b.H.)

SEPR edit

  • SEPR 9
  • SEPR 16
  • SEPR 24
  • SEPR 25
  • SEPR 35
  • SEPR 44
  • SEPR 50
  • SEPR 55
  • SEPR 57
  • SEPR 63
  • SEPR 65
  • SEPR 66[80]
  • SEPR 73
    • SEPR 732
    • SEPR 734
      • SEPR 7341
    • SEPR 737
    • SEPR 738
    • SEPR 739 (Stromboli)
  • SEPR 78
  • SEPR 81A
  • SEPR 167
  • SEPR 178
  • SEPR 189
  • SEPR 192
  • SEPR 200 (Tramontane)
  • SEPR 201
  • SEPR 202
    • SEPR 2020
  • SEPR 251
  • SEPR 481[80]
  • SEPR 504
  • SEPR 505
    • SEPR 5051
    • SEPR 5052
    • SEPR 50531
    • SEPR 5054
  • SEPR 631[80]
  • SEPR 683
  • SEPR 684
  • SEPR 685
    • SEPR 6854
  • SEPR 686
  • SEPR 703
  • SEPR 705
  • SEPR 706
  • SEPR 740
  • SEPR 841
  • SEPR 844
  • SEPR Topaze
  • SEPR Diamante
  • SEPR C2

Sergant edit

SERMEL edit

  • SERMEL TRS 12
  • SERMEL TRS 18
  • SERMEL TRS 25

SFFA edit

(Société Française de Fabrication Aéronautique, France)

  • SFFA Type A 100 hp 7-cyl[36]
  • SFFA Type B 45 hp 3-cyl[36]

SFECMAS edit

Shenyang edit