kettenkraftrad The Kettenkraftrad, type HK 101 is one of the most unique vehicles developed during the Second World War. The “tracked motorcycle” concept was conceived and patented by a German inventor, Heinrich Ernst Kniepkamp, in June of 1939. This...

kettenkraftrad The Kettenkraftrad, type HK 101 is one of the most unique vehicles developed during the Second World War. The “tracked motorcycle” concept was conceived and patented by a German inventor, Heinrich Ernst Kniepkamp, in June of 1939. This...

The original Cabriovelo was developed several years ago by German inventor Christian Wagner, with styling provided by colleague Juergen Mayerle

The original Cabriovelo was developed several years ago by German inventor Christian Wagner, with styling provided by colleague Juergen Mayerle

German inventor Otto Lilienthal riding a bi-plane glider with bird-like wings ca. 1985.

German inventor Otto Lilienthal riding a bi-plane glider with bird-like wings ca. 1985.

Cream separator...this is awesome just picked up one in a vintage store in Globe Az

nvented in Germany in the cream separator would become a fixture on…

Nikolaus August Otto (14 June 1832, Holzhausen an der Haide, Nassau - 26 January 1891, Cologne) was the German inventor of the first internal-combustion engine to efficiently burn fuel directly in a piston chamber. Although other internal combustion engines had been invented (e.g. by Étienne Lenoir) these were not based on four separate strokes. Though the concept of four strokes had been theorised in 1861 by Alphonse Beau de Rochas, Otto was the first to make it practical.

in Nikolaus Otto was born, who invented the internal combustion engine

Solar Storage Technology Upgraded By German Inventor --- Wolfram Walter and his Sonnenspeicher solar storage system from pri the world © Peter Thomson

Unhappy with any available methods of solar storage, a German inventor and engineer is building a better way to use the batteries currently on the market.

Draisine (Early Bicycle), around 1818.  One of the oldest surviving ancestors of the modern bicycle, this wooden two-wheeler is named for its German inventor, Baron Karl von Drais. Also known as a velocipede or hobbyhorse, the draisine enjoyed brief popularity in Europe and the United States during the 1810s and 1820s. To propel the machine, riders pushed along the ground with their feet.

Draisine (Early Bicycle), around One of the oldest surviving ancestors of the modern bicycle, t

Brief history of cars. Find the best prices for your car parts at www.breakeryard.co.uk

As automobiles became more popular a need arose to manufacture affordable cars on a large-scale basis. Ransom Olds in debuted a production-line manufacturing system at his Oldsmobile factory in Michigan, USA.

Rutherford and Geiger:Hans Geiger was the German inventor of the Geiger counter, which detects radiation. He is shown here in a laboratory at Manchester with Ernest Rutherford (right), the New Zealand scientist who split the atom. In the 1940s Ernest Marsden, a former student of Rutherford and colleague of Geiger, initiated a search for uranium in New Zealand.

Ernest Rutherford (right) and his assistant Hans Geiger in Manchester (Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand)

How do you catch the sun to make electricity at night? This German inventor has an answer. | Public Radio International

Low levels of snow melt in California and the Pacific Northwest could be harbinger of things to come, but one expert says the silver lining is that it gives officials a way to examine and prepare for global warming.

Rudolph Diesel   The Inventor of the Diesel engine, disappeared in 1913. 55 year old  Rudolf Diesel, German inventor and mechanical engineer, was lost overboard from the steamer Dresden. The consensus of his biographers is that he committed suicide but homicide theories abound and no one can be sure.

Rudolf Christian Karl Diesel (March 1858 – September was a German inventor and mechanical engineer, famous for the invention of the diesel engine.

Robert August Bosch, industrialist, engineer, inventor, founder Robert Bosch GmbH

Robert August Bosch ( German inventor, engineer and industrialist)

History of the automobile - German Flocken Elektrowagen 1888, regarded as the first electric car of the world.

1888 Flocken ElektrowagenCC BY-SA Franz Haag - Own work German Flocken Elektrowagen of regarded as the first electric car of the

German inventor makes implantable switching that turns off male fertility

Revolutionary male birth control easy as flipping a switch — RT News

World's First Motorcycle (1885) - Daimler's riding car    The First Motorcycle…

The World’s First Motorcycle was designed and built by the German inventors Gottlieb Daimler and Wilhelm Maybach in Bad Cannstatt (Stuttgart) in It was essentially a motorised bicycle.

Artur Fischer ♦ German inventor, his most famous invention is the grey "S Plug" (Split-)Wallplug made from plastic materials (Polyamide) and is available in various shapes and sizes since 1958 (see dowel). He held over 1100 patents and overtook Thomas Alva Edison, who held 1093 patents. Fischer also held 5867 trade rights and invented fischertechnik.

Artur Fischer ♦ German inventor, his most famous invention is the grey "S Plug" (Split-)Wallplug made from plastic materials (Polyamide) and is available in various shapes and sizes since 1958 (see dowel). He held over 1100 patents and overtook Thomas Alva Edison, who held 1093 patents. Fischer also held 5867 trade rights and invented fischertechnik.

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