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2si[]

  • 2si 215 – aircraft, multifuel, industrial engine
  • 2si 230 – aircraft, multifuel, industrial engine
  • 2si 460 – aircraft, multifuel, marine, industrial and sport vehicle engine
  • 2si 500 – sport vehicle engine
  • 2si 540 – aircraft and sport vehicle engine
  • 2si 690 – aircraft, marine, industrial engine
  • 2si 808 – aircraft engine

3[]

3W[]

Source: RMV[1]

  • 3W 110
  • 3W 112
  • 3W 170
  • 3W 210
  • 3W 220

A[]

Abadal[]

Source: RMV[1] (Francisco Serramalera Abadal)

  • Abadal Y-12 (3 banks of four)

ABC[]

Source: Lumsden[2]

  • ABC 8 hp
  • ABC 30 hp
  • ABC 60 hp
  • ABC 100 hp
  • ABC Dragonfly
  • ABC Gadfly
  • ABC Gnat
  • ABC Hornet
  • ABC Mosquito
  • ABC Scorpion
  • ABC Wasp

ABECO[]

Source: RMV[1]

  • ABECO GEM

Aberg Template:Disambiguation needed[]

Source: RMV[1]

  • Type Sklenar

ABLE[]

Source: RMV[3] (Able Experimental Aircraft Engine Co., Altimizer, Hoverhawk (US))

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

ACAE[]

Source: RMV[1]

  • (See (AVIC)

Accurate Automation Corp[]

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

Ace[]

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

  • Ace 1919 40hp[4]

ACE[]

Source: RMV[1][4]

  • ACE Cirrus
  • ACE LA-1 19?? (ATC 31) = 140 hp 7RA. Evolved into Jacobs LA-1.
  • ACE Mk III 1929 (ATC 30, 44) = 90 hp 310ci 4LAI; (44) for 110 hp supercharged model.
  • ACE Mk III Hi-Drive

ACT[]

Source: RMV[1]

  • ACT Super 600

Adams[]

Source: RMV[1]

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

Adams-Dorman[]

Source: RMV[1]

  • Adams-Dorman 60/80 HP

Adams-Farwell[]

Source: RMV[1]

  • Adams-Farwell rotary engine[4]
  • Adams-Farwell KM 11[4]
  • Adams-Farwell 36 HP[4][5]
  • Adams-Farwell 50 HP[4]
  • Adams-Farwell 55 HP[4]
  • Adams-Farwell 63 HP[4][5]
  • Adams-Farwell 72 HP[4][5]
  • Adams-Farwell 280 HP[4]

ADC[]

Source: Lumsden[2]

File:ADCCirrusII.JPG

ADC Cirrus

  • ADC Airdisco
  • ADC Cirrus
  • ADC Nimbus
  • ADC Airsix
  • ADC BR2[1]
  • ADC Viper[1]
  • ADC Airdisco-Renault[1]

Adept-Airmotive[]

Source: RMV[1]

  • Adept 280 N
  • Adept 300 R
  • Adept 320 T

Ader[]

Source: RMV[1]

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

Adler[]

Source: RMV[1]

  • Adler 50 HP
  • Adler V8

Admiralty[]

Source: RMV[1]

  • Admiralty Rotary A.R.1[6]

Adorjan & Dedics[]

Source: RMV[1]

  • Adorjan & Dedics 2V

Advance Engines[]

Source: RMV[1]

  • Advance 4V, 20/25 HP

Advanced Engine Design[]

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[]

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

  • AEADC Gryphon M[4]
  • AEADC Gryphon N[4]
  • AEADC O-510 (Gryphon M)[4]
  • AEADC O-810 (Gryphon N)[4]

AEC[]

Source: RMV[1]

  • AEC Keane

Aeolus Flugmotor[]

Source: RMV[1]

Aerien CC[]

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aerien 20/25 HP
  • Aerien 30 HP

Aermacchi[]

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aermacchi MB-2

Aero & Marine[]

  • Aero & Marine 50 HP

Aero Adventure (engines)[]

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aero Adventure GFL-2000

Aero Conversions Inc.[]

Source: RMV[1] (See AeroConversions)

Aero Development[]

Source: RMV[1] (See SPEER)

Aero Engines Ltd.[]

(formerly William Douglas (Bristol) Ltd.)

  • Aero Engines Dryad[2]
  • Aero Engines Pixie[2]
  • Aero Engines Sprite[2]
  • Aero Engines Inverted V-4[1]
  • Aero Engines Inverted V-6[1]
  • Douglas 750cc

Aero Motion[]

Source: RMV[1]

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

Aero Motors[]

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aero Motors Aerobat 150 HP

Aero Pixie[]

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aero Pixie 153 cc, 2T

Aero Prag[]

Source: RMV[1]

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

Aero Products[]

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

  • Aero Products Scorpion 100 HP

Aero Sled[]

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aero Sled Twin Flat, 20 HP

Aero Sport International[]

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aero Sport International Wade Aero (WANKEL) 2 Types

Aero Sport Power[]

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aero Sport Power Up-Rated Lycomings and Continentals

Aero Thrust[]

Source: RMV[1]

Aero Turbines Ltd[]

Source: RMV[1]

Aerodaimler[]

Source: RMV[1]

Aeroconversions[]

Source: RMV[1] (AeroConversions, Inc. (AeroVee), Oshkosh, Wisconsin)

  • AeroVee 2180

Aerojet[]

(Aerojet-General Corporation)

  • Aerojet LR59[7]
  • Aerojet LR87[7]
  • Aerojet LR91[7]
  • Aerojet Titan II engine[7]
  • Aerojet Titan III transstage engine[7]
  • Aerojet Ablestar[7]
  • Aerojet Able[7]
  • Aerojet M-1[7]
  • Aerojet Hawk motor[7] (for Hawk SAM)
  • Aerojet Polaris motor[7]
  • Aerojet Minuteman motor[7]
  • Aerojet Senior[7]
  • Aerojet 2.5KS-18000[7]
  • Aerojet 15KS-1000[7]
  • Aerojet 15NS-250[7]

Aeromarine Company[]

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aeromarine Company D5-1 (Pulse-Jet)

Aeromarine[]

  • Aeromarine AL[1]
  • Aeromarine NAL[1]
  • Aeromarine S[1]
  • Aeromarine S-12[1]
  • Aeromarine AR-3[4]
  • Aeromarine AR-3-40[4]
  • Aeromarine AR-5[4]
  • Aeromarine AR-7[1]
  • Aeromarine AL-24[1]
  • Aeromarine B-9[1]
  • Aeromarine B-45[4]
  • Aeromarine B-90[4]
  • Aeromarine D-12[4]
  • Aeromarine K-6[4]
  • Aeromarine L-6[1]
  • Aeromarine L-6-D (direct drive)[6]
  • Aeromarine L-6-G (geared)[6]
  • Aeromarine L-8[4]
  • Aeromarine RAD[4]
  • Aeromarine T-6[4]
  • Aeromarine U-6[4]
  • Aeromarine U-6-D[1]
  • Aeromarine U-8[1]
  • Aeromarine U-8-873[1]
  • Aeromarine U-8D[4]
  • Aeromarine 85hp 1914[4]
  • Aeromarine 90hp 1917[6]
  • Aeromarine 100hp[1][4]

Aeromax[]

Source: RMV[1]

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

Aeromotion[]

  • AeroMotion O-100 Twin
  • AeroMotion O-101 Twin

Aeromotor[]

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

  • Aeromotor 4 cylinder 30 HP
  • Aeromotor 6 cylinder 75 HP

Aeronamic[]

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aeronamic ATS

Aeronautical Engineering Co.[]

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aeronautical Engineering 9-cyl radial 200 HP

Aeronautical Manufacturing[]

Source: RMV[1]

Aeronca[]

  • Aeronca E-107 (-A)[1]
  • Aeronca E-113 (-A,-B, -C,-CB,-CD, CBD)[1]
  • Aeronca O-107
  • Aeronca O-113

Aeronco[]

(Aeronautical Corporation of Great Britain Ltd.)? Source: RMV[1]

  • Aeronco E-113 c

Aeroplane Motors Company[]

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aeroplane Motors 8V

Aeroprotech[]

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aeroprotech VW 2.3

Aerosila[]

(APU'S, APP'S) 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[]

  • Aerosport-Rockwell LB600

Aerosud-Marvol[]

Source: RMV[1]

Aerostar[]

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aerostar M14P
  • Aerostar M14V-26

Aerotech engines[]

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aerotech 2 Cylinder 2T

Aerotech-PL[]

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[]

Source: RMV[1]

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

Aerotek (USA)[]

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aerotek Mazda RX-7 (conversion)

Aerotwin[]

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aerotwin 4 cylinder 65 HP
  • Aerotwin AT-972

AeroVee[]

(See Aero Conversions)[1]

AES[]

(See Rev-Air)[1]

AFECO[]

(Joint Arab-French venture)[1]

Affordable Turbine Power[]

Source: RMV[1]

  • Affordable Turbine Power Model 6.5

AFR[]

Source: RMV[1]

  • AFR BMW Conversion

Agusta[]

  • Agusta GA.40
  • Agusta GA.70/0[1]
  • Agusta GA.70/V[1]
  • Agusta GA.140/V[1]
  • Agusta A.270
  • Turbomeca-Agusta TA.230

Ahrbecker Son and Hankers[]

Source: RMV[1]

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

AIC[]

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

Aichi[]

Source:Gunston 1989[8] except where noted.

File:Aichi Atsuta 31 2.jpg

A preserved Aichi Atsuta

  • Aichi AC-1
  • Aichi Atsuta (License-built Daimler-Benz DB 601A for IJN)(Type 31)
  • Aichi Ha-70 (2 X Coupled Atsuta Type 30's)
  • 21/AE1A[1]
  • 32/AE1P[1]

AIDC[]

Source: RMV[1]

Aiello[]

  • Aiello Experimentals, various models[1]

Air Repair Incorporated[]

Source: RMV[1] (Jacobs License)

  • Air Repair Incorporated L-4
  • Air Repair Incorporated L-5
  • Air Repair Incorporated L-6

(Jacobs-Page License)

  • Air Repair Incorporated R755

Air Ryder[]

Source: RMV[1]

  • Air Ryder Subaru EA-81 (Conversion)

Air Technical Arsenal[]

Source: RMV[1]

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

Air-Craft Engine Corp[]

Source: RMV[1]

  • Air-Craft Engine Corp LA-1

Aircat[]

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

  • Aircat Radial 5 cylinders

Aircooled Motors[]

(See Franklin)

Aircraft[]

( Aircraft Engine Co Inc, Oakland CA.)

  • Aircraft 1911 80hp

Aircraft Engine Develop.[]

  • Alfaro Axial
  • "Baby" Twin-flat

Aircraft Engine Services[]

  • AES -V300T

Aircraft Engine Specialists[]

  • Millenium (Up-rated Lyc. and Cont)

Aircraft Holding Corp.[]

  • Murray Ajax
  • Murray Atlas

Aircraft & Ind. Motor Corp.[]

(See Schubert)

Aircraft Propeller Co.[]

Airculture[]

  • Guzzi (conversion)[1]
  • BMW (conversion)[1]

Airdelta[]

AiResearch[]

(See Garrett, Allied Signal and Honeywell)

Airex[]

Airmotive-Perito[]

See ADAPT

  • Airmotive-Perito 280N
  • Airmotive-Perito 300R
  • Airmotive-Perito 320T

Airship[]

  • Airship A-Tech 100 Diesel[1]

Airways Mfg.[]

AISA[]

Source: RMV[1]

  • Ramjet on rotor

Aixro[]

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aixro XR-40
  • Aixro XR-50

Ajax[]

Source: RMV[1]

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

Akkerman[]

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

Akron[]

  • Funk E200
  • Funk E4L[1]

AKSAI[]

Albatross[]

(Albatross Code Detroit)

  • Albatross 6-cyl Radial[1]
  • Albatross 6-cyl Radial[1]

Aldasoro[]

  • Aldasoro aero engine[1]

Mantovani[]

  • Mantovani Citroën 2CV car engine conversion[1]

Alexander[]

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

Alfa Romeo[]

Data from:Italian Civil & Military Aircraft 1930–1945[9]

File:Alfa Romeo 115 aircraft engine.jpg

Alfa Romeo 115

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Alfaro[]

  • Alfaro 155 hp 4-cyl barrel engine

Allen[]

  • Allen O-675

Alliance[]

  • Alliance Warrior 7-cyl radial

Allied[]

  • Allied Monsoon Licensed manuf. of French Règnier 4L

AlliedSignal[]

  • AlliedSignal TPE-331
  • Garrett TPF351
  • AlliedSignal LTS101
  • AlliedSignal ALF502/LF507

Allis-Chalmers[]

Source: Gunston[8]

  • Allis-Chalmers J36

Allison[]

File:Allison V-1710.jpg

Allison V-1710

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Almen[]

  • Almen A-4

Alvis[]

Source: Lumsden[2]

  • Alvis Alcides
  • Alvis Alcides Major
  • Alvis Leonides
  • Alvis Leonides Major
  • Alvis Maeonides Major
  • Alvis Pelides
  • Alvis Pelides Major

American Cirrus Engine (ACE)[]

Source: RMV[1]

  • American Cirrus Engine 7 cylinder (Jacobs LA-1)
  • American Cirrus Engine Cirrus
  • American Cirrus Engine Hi-Drive

American Engineering Corporation[]

Source: RMV[1]

  • ACE Keane

American Helicopter[]

  • American Helicopter PJ49 Pulsejet

American[]

  • American 1911 rotary
  • American S-5 radial

AMCEL[]

(AMCEL Propulsion Company)

  • AMCEL controllable solid fuel rocket[7]

Angle[]

  • Angle 100hp Radial

Ansaldo[]

(Gio. Ansaldo & C.)

  • Ansaldo San Giorgio 4E-14

Antoinette[]

Source:Gunston[8][10]

  • Antoinette 35hp V-8 3.15" x 3.15" (80mm x 80mm)
  • Antoinette 46hp
  • Antoinette 64hp V-16 3.15" x 3.15" (80mm x 80mm)
  • Antoinette 8V 67 hp V-8 4.33" x 4.13" (110mm x 105mm)
  • Antoinette 165hp V-16 4.33" x 4.13" (110mm x 105mm)

Anzani[]

(Société des Moteurs Anzani) Source:[8][10][12]

File:Anzani 45hp-001.jpg

Anzani 6

  • Anzani 3-cyl. Fan 10-12 hp 3.35" x 3.35"
  • Anzani 3-cyl. Fan 12-15 hp 3.35" x 3.94"
  • Anzani 3-cyl. Fan 25-30 hp 4.13" x 5.12"
  • Anzani 3-cyl. Fan 30-35 hp 4.73" x 5.12"
  • Anzani 3-cyl. Fan 40-45 hp 5.32" x 5.92"
  • Anzani 3-cyl. Fan 45-50 hp
  • Anzani 3-cyl. Y (Radial) 30hp
  • Anzani 4-cyl. V 30-35 hp (water-cooled) 35 hp at 1,600 rpm
  • Anzani 4-cyl. V 60-70 hp (water-cooled)
  • Anzani 5-cyl. Radial 45hp
  • Anzani 5-cyl. Radial 60hp
  • Anzani 6-cyl. Radial 45hp at 1,300 rpm
  • Anzani 6-cyl. Radial 70hp
  • Anzani 7-cyl. Radial 95hp
  • Anzani 10-cyl. Radial 100hp
  • Anzani 14-cyl. Radial 160hp
  • Anzani 20-cyl. Radial 200hp

British Anzani[]

Source: Lumsden[2]

  • Anzani (British) 35hp 2-cyl.
  • Anzani (British) 45hp 6-cyl.
  • Anzani (British) 60hp 6-cyl.
  • Anzani (British) 100hp 10-cyl.

ARDEM[]

(Avions Roger Druine Engines M)

  • Ardem 4 CO2

Argus Motoren[]

Source:Gunston[8] except where noted

  • Argus 1908 4-cylinder[13]
  • Argus As I 4-cylinder, 100-hp, year 1913[14]
  • Argus As II, 6-cylinder, 120-hp, year 1914[15]
  • Argus As III 6-cylinder upright inline
  • Argus As 5 odd radial-like arrangement 24-cylinder inline
  • Argus As 7 9R 700 hp[13]
  • Argus As 8 4-cylinder inverted inline[13]
  • Argus As 10 8-cylinder inverted V[13]
  • Argus As 12 16H 550 hp[13]
  • Argus As 17
  • Argus As 014 pulse jet engine for V-1 flying bomb and Tornado boat
  • Argus As 044[13]
  • Argus As 16 4-cylinder inverted inline 40 hp[13]
  • Argus As 17 6-cylinder inverted inline 225 hp / 285 hp[13]
  • Argus As 401 development and renumbering of the As 10
  • Argus As 402[13]
  • Argus As 403 radial engine project, not built.
  • Argus As 410 12-cylinder inverted V[13]
  • Argus As 411 12-cylinder inverted V[13]
  • Argus As 412 24-cylinder H-block, prototyped[13]
  • Argus As 413 similar to 412, never built[13]
  • Argus 109-014
  • Argus 109-044[13]
  • Argus 115hp 6-cylinder upright inline 130x130[6]
  • Argus 130hp 6-cylinder upright inline 130x130[6]
  • Argus 145hp 6-cylinder upright inline 140x140[6]
  • Argus 190hp 6-cylinder upright inline 150x145[6]

Armstrong Siddeley[]

Sources: Piston engines, Lumsden,[2] gas turbine and rocket engines, Gunston.[8]

File:ASTiger.JPG

Armstrong Siddeley Tiger at the London Science Museum

Piston Engines[]

  • Armstrong Siddeley Boarhound
  • Armstrong Siddeley Cheetah
  • Armstrong Siddeley Civet
  • Armstrong Siddeley Cougar
  • Armstrong Siddeley Deerhound
  • Armstrong Siddeley Genet
  • Armstrong Siddeley Genet Major
  • Armstrong Siddeley Hyena
  • Armstrong Siddeley Jaguar
  • Armstrong Siddeley Leopard
  • Armstrong Siddeley Lynx
  • Armstrong Siddeley Mongoose
  • Armstrong Siddeley Ounce
  • Armstrong Siddeley Panther
  • Armstrong Siddeley Serval
  • Armstrong Siddeley Tiger
  • Armstrong Siddeley Wolfhound

Gas turbines[]

  • Armstrong Siddeley Adder
  • Armstrong Siddeley ASX
  • Armstrong Siddeley Double Mamba
  • Armstrong Siddeley Mamba
  • Armstrong Siddeley Python
  • Armstrong Siddeley Sapphire
  • Armstrong Siddeley Viper

Rocket engines[]

  • Armstrong Siddeley Alpha
  • Armstrong Siddeley Beta
  • Armstrong Siddeley Delta
  • Armstrong Siddeley Screamer
  • Armstrong Siddeley Snarler
  • Armstrong Siddeley Spartan
  • Armstrong Siddeley Stentor

Armstrong-Whitworth[]

  • Armstrong-Whitworth 1918 30° V-12[6]

Arrow[]

  • Arrow F V-8

Arrow SNC[]

  • Arrow 250
  • Arrow 500
  • Arrow 1000

Arsenal[]

Source:Gunston[8]

  • Arsenal 12H
  • Arsenal 12H-Tandem
  • Arsenal 24H
  • Arsenal 24H-Tandem

Ashmusen[]

  • Ashmusen 1908 60hp = 60 hp 8HOA; dry wt: 235#.
  • Ashmusen 1908 105hp
  • Ashmusen O-150 1912
  • Ashmusen O-595 O-12 1917 9.77 litres[6]

Aspin[]

  • Aspin Flat-Four

Aster[]

Data from:[10]

  • Aster 51hp 4-cylin-line

Atwood[]

  • Atwood 12-180
  • Atwood M-1 (1916)
  • Atwood M-2 (1916)
  • Atwood Twin Six

Aubier & Dunne[]

Data from:Italian Civil & Military Aircraft 1930–1945[9]

  • Aubier & Dunne 2-cyl. 17hp

Austro-Daimler[]

Source:Gunston[8]

  • Austro-Daimler 35-40hp 4-cyl.[5]
  • Austro-Daimler 65-70hp 4-cyl.[5]
  • Austro-Daimler 90hp 6-cyl.
  • Austro-Daimler 120hp 6-cyl.[5]
  • Austro-Daimler 160hp 6-cyl.
  • Austro-Daimler 185hp 6-cyl.
  • Austro-Daimler 200hp 6-cyl.[6]
  • Austro-Daimler 210hp 6-cyl.
  • Austro-Daimler 225hp 6-cyl.
  • Austro-Daimler 300hp V-12
  • Austro-Daimler 360hp

Austro Engine[]

  • Austro Engine E4 (AE 300)
  • Austro Engine E8
  • Austro Engine AE50R
  • Austro Engine AE75R
  • Austro Engine AE80R
  • Austro Engine AE500

Ava[]

(L'Agence General des Moteurs Ava)

  • Ava 4A-00[16]
  • Ava 4A-02

Avia[]

(Avia Wytwórnia Maszyn Precyzjnych)

  • Avia 3
  • Avia Rk.12[16]
  • Avia Rk.17[16]
  • Avia Vr-30
  • Avia Vr-36
  • Avia WZ-7[7]
  • Avia WZ-100[7]

Avia[]

(Avia Narodny Podnik)

  • M108H[7]
  • Avia M 110H
  • Avia M 137[17]
  • Avia M 332
  • Avia M 337[17]

Aviadvigatel[]

  • Aviadvigatel PS90

AMT[]

(Aviation Microjet Technology)

A.V. Roe[]

  • A.V. Roe 20hp 2-cyl.[2]

Avro[]

Avro Canada[]

Source:Gunston[8]

  • Avro Chinook
  • Avro Iroquois
  • Avro Orenda

Axelson[]

  • Axelson A-7-R[3]
  • Axelson-Floco B

Axial Vector Engine Corporation[]

  • Dyna-Cam

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B[]

Bailey Aviation[]

  • Bailey B200
  • Bailey V5

Basse und Selve[]

(Basse & Selve, Altena (Westf) Flugmotorenwerke)

  • Basse und Selve BuS.III 150 hp
  • Basse und Selve BuS.IV 260 hp
  • Basse und Selve BuS.IVa 300 hp[6]

Bates[]

Data from:[10]

  • Bates 29hp V-4

Beardmore[]

Source: Lumsden[2]

File:Beardmore120.JPG

Beardmore 120 hp on display at the London Science Museum

  • Beardmore 90 hp
  • Beardmore 120 hp
  • Beardmore 160 hp[6]
  • Beardmore Pacific
  • Beardmore Simoon
  • Beardmore Tornado
  • Beardmore 12-cyl opposed diesel[10]
  • Beardmore Typhoon
  • Galloway Adriatic
  • Galloway Atlantic[6]
  • Siddeley-Deasy Puma[6]
  • Siddeley Tiger

Béarn[]

(Construction Mécanique du Béarn)

  • Béarn 6C
  • Béarn 6D[21]
  • Béarn 6D-O7
  • Béarn 12A

Beatty[]

  • Beatty 50hp 4-cyl.[2]

Bell Aerosystems Company[]

  • Bell Model 8096 Agena[7]

Bentley[]

Source: Lumsden[2]

  • Bentley B.R.1[6]
  • Bentley B.R.2[6]

Benz[]

Source:Gunston[8]

  • Benz Bz.II
  • Benz Bz.III - straight six
  • Benz Bz.IIIa - unrelated
  • Benz Bz.IIIb - V-8
  • Benz Bz.IIIbo
  • Benz Bz.IIIbm
  • Benz Bz.IV
  • Benz Bz.IVa
  • Benz Bz.VI

Berliner[]

(Emile Berliner)

  • Berliner 6hp rotary helicopter engine

Besler[]

(SEE: Doble-Besler)

B.H.P.[]

(Beardmore-Halford-Pullinger)

  • B.H.P 160hp
  • B.H.P 200hp

Blackburn[]

Source: Lumsden[2]

  • Blackburn Cirrus
  • Blackburn Cirrus Midget
  • Blackburn Cirrus Minor
  • Blackburn Cirrus Major
  • Blackburn Nimbus
  • Blackburn Cirrus Bombardier

Blackburne[]

(Burney and Blackburne) Source: Lumsden[2]

  • Blackburne Tomtit
  • Blackburne Thrush

Bloch[]

(Avions Marcel Bloch)

BMW[]

Source:Gunston[8] except where noted (Bayerische Motorenwerke – Bavarian Motor Company))

File:BMW801 front.jpg

BMW 801

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Boeing[]

Source:Pelletier[23] except where noted

  • Boeing T50
  • Boeing T60
  • Boeing 502
  • Boeing 520
  • Boeing 540 gas turbine engine (turboprop)
  • Boeing 550
  • Boeing 551 gas turbine engine (turboprop)
  • Boeing 553 gas turbine engine (turboprop)

Boitel[]

(Achille Boitel)

Bonner[]

(Aero Bonner Ltd.)

  • Bonner Super Sapphire[17]

Borzecki[]

(Jozef Borzecki)

  • Borzecki 2RB
  • Borzecki JB 2X250

Botali[]

  • Botali Diesel – eight-cylinder air-cooled 118 hp[11]

Bramo[]

(Brandenburgische Motorenwerke – Brandenburg motor company) Source:Gunston[8] except where noted

  • Bramo Sh.14A[16]
  • Bramo 301[13]
  • Bramo 314
  • Bramo 322
  • Bramo 323 Fafnir
  • Bramo 325[13]
  • Bramo 328[13]
  • Bramo 329 Twin Fafnir
  • Bramo 109-002
  • Bramo 109-003

Brandner[]

  • Brandner E-300

Breguet-Bugatti[]

  • 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[]

  • Breitfeld & Danek Perun I 6-cyl 170 hp
  • Breitfeld & Danek Perun II 6-cyl 276 hp
  • Breitfeld-Danek BD-500

Breuer[]

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

Brewer[]

(Captain R.W.A. Brewer)

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

Bristol[]

Sources: Piston engines, Lumsden,[2] gas turbine and rocket engines, Gunston.[8]

File:Bristol Pegasus XXI K-SIM 01.jpg

Bristol Pegasus radial

  • Bristol Aquila
  • Bristol Centaurus
  • Bristol Cherub
  • Bristol Draco
  • Bristol Hercules
  • Bristol Hydra
  • Bristol Jupiter
  • Bristol Lucifer
  • Bristol Mercury
  • Bristol Neptune
  • Bristol Olympus
  • Bristol Orion sleeve-valve
  • Bristol Orion turbo-prop/shaft
  • Bristol Orpheus
  • Bristol Pegasus (radial engine)
  • Bristol BE53 Pegasus (later, BS53 the Harrier engine)
  • Bristol Perseus
  • Bristol Phoenix diesel radial[10][11]
  • Bristol Proteus
  • Bristol Taurus
  • Bristol Theseus
  • Bristol Thor
  • Bristol Titan
  • Bristol BRJ.801
  • 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 100000lb (444.8KN) at M3, Ø = 16in (40.2cm)
  • 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 18in M3 ramjet. Initial M3 ramjet developed for Stage 1¾ Blue Envoy.
  • Bristol BRJ.811 18in M3 ramjet. M3 ramjet developed for Stage 1¾ Blue Envoy.
  • Bristol BRJ.824 18in M3 ramjet. Cancelled with Blue Steel Mk2.

Bristol Siddeley[]

  • Bristol Siddeley BS.53 Pegasus
  • Bristol Siddeley BS.59[7]
  • Bristol Siddeley BS.100
  • Bristol Siddeley BS.143
  • Bristol Siddeley BS.347
  • Bristol Siddeley BS.358
  • Bristol Siddeley BS.360
  • Bristol Siddeley BS.605
  • Bristol Siddeley BS.1001 Bristol Siddeley M2.4 - 4.2 ramjet.
  • Bristol Siddeley BS.1002 Bristol Siddeley M4.5 ramjet.
  • Bristol Siddeley BS.1003 Odin Bristol Siddeley M3.5 ramjet, Odin.
  • Bristol Siddeley BS.1004 Bristol Siddeley M2.3 ramjet.
  • Bristol Siddeley BS.1005
  • Bristol Siddeley BS.1006 Bristol Siddeley M4 research ramjet. Became R.2 research engine.
  • Bristol Siddeley BS.1007
  • Bristol Siddeley BS.1008 Bristol Siddeley M1.2 ramjet.
  • Bristol Siddeley BS.1009 Bristol Siddeley M3 ramjet. Modified BT.3 Thor intended for proposed Bloodhound III. Modified nozzle, intake and diffuser.[7]
  • Bristol Siddeley BS.1010
  • Bristol Siddeley BS.1011 Rated at 40000lb (177.9KN).
  • Bristol Siddeley BS.1012 Bristol Siddeley combination powerplant for APD 1019 and P.42. Used Olympus or BS.100 turbomachinery, bypass duct burning and ramjets.
  • Bristol Siddeley BS.1013 Bristol Siddeley ramjet study for stand-off missile. Possibly for Pandora.
  • Bristol Siddeley/SNECMA M45G
  • Bristol Siddeley/SNECMA M45H
  • Bristol Siddeley Gamma Mk.201[7] (for Black Knight)
  • Bristol Siddeley Gamma Mk.301[7] (for Black Knight)
  • Bristol Siddeley Gnome
  • Bristol Siddeley Gyron Junior[7]
  • Bristol Siddeley Stentor[7]
  • Bristol Siddeley Double Spectre[7]
  • Bristol Siddeley PR 37[7]
  • Bristol Siddeley Cumulus[7]
  • Bristol Siddeley Nimbus
  • Bristol Siddeley Orpheus
  • Bristol Siddeley Sapphire
  • Bristol Siddeley Spartan I[7]
  • Bristol Siddeley Viper
  • Bristol Siddeley BSRJ.801
  • Bristol Siddeley BSRJ.824[7]
  • Bristol Siddeley NRJ.1
  • Bristol Siddeley R.1 Bristol Siddeley research ramjet.
  • Bristol Siddeley R.2 Bristol Siddeley research ramjet.

British Salmson[]

(British Salmson Engines Limited)

  • British Salmson AD.3
  • British Salmson AC.7[2]
  • British Salmson AC.9[2]
  • British Salmson AD.9[2]
  • British Salmson AD.9R srs III[2]
  • British Salmson AD.9NG[2]

Brouhot[]

Data from:[10]

  • Brouhot 60hp V-8

Buchet[]

Data from:[10]

  • Buchet 24hp 6-cyl radial 3.15" x 3.15"

Bücker[]

  • Bücker M 700

Bugatti[]

File:King-Bugatti.jpg

King Bugatti U-16

  • Bugatti 8
  • Bugatti U-16
  • Bugatti Type 14
  • Bugatti Type 34 U-16
  • Bugatti Type 50B
  • Bugatti Type 60

Burlat[]

(Société des Moteurs Rotatifs Burlat)

  • Burlat 1909 8cyl. 35-40hp rotary 35–40 hp @ 1800 rpm, 95 mm x 120 mm. 85 kg. 6 500F[24]
  • Burlat 1910 8cyl. 65-70hp rotary 65–70 hp @ 1800 rpm, 120 mm x 120 mm, 120 kg, 11000F[24]
  • Burlat 1910 16cyl. 65-70hp rotary 140 hp @ 1750 rpm, 120 mm x 120 mm, 230 kg, 22000 F[24]

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C[]

CAC[]

(Commonwealth Aircraft Corporation)

  • CAC R-975 Cicada
  • CAC R-1340
  • CAC R-1830
  • CAC Merlin

Cal-Aero[]

( Cal-aero Institute, California)

Campini[]

Source:Gunston[8]

  • Secondo Campini thermojet

CANSA[]

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

Carden Aero Engines[]

Source:Ord-Hume.[26]

  • Carden-Ford 31hp 4-cyl.
  • Carden-Ford S.P.1

Caunter[]

Ceskoslovenska Zbrojovka[]

Data from:[10]

  • Ceskoslovenska Zbrojovka ZOD 260-B 2-stroke radial diesel engine – 260 hp[11]

CFM International[]

  • CFM International CFM56[8]
  • CFM International F108
  • CFM International LEAP

Chaise[]

(Societe Anonyme Omnium Metallurgique et Industriel / Etablissements Chaise et Cie)[27]

  • Chaise 30hp V-4[16]
  • Chaise 4A 101hp
  • Chaise 4B 120hp
  • Chaise 4Ba

Chamberlin[]

  • Chamberlin L-236
  • Chamberlin L-267

Changzhou[]

(Changzhou Lan Xiang Machinery Works)

  • Changzhou WZ-6

Charomskiy[]

Source:Gunston[8]

  • Charomskiy AN.1
  • Charomskiy ACh-30
  • Charomskiy ACh-31
  • Charomskiy ACh-32
  • Charomskiy ACh-39
  • Charomskiy M-40

Chelomey[]

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

Chevrolair[]

  • Chevrolair 1923 Air-cooled in-line 4 upright and inverted[28]
  • Chevrolair 1923 Water-cooled in-line 4 upright[28]
  • Chevrolair D-4
  • Chevrolair D-6[29]

Chevrolet[]

  • Chevrolet Corvair engine

CAREC[]

(China National Aero-Engine Corporation)

  • CAREC WP-11

Chotia[]

Christmas Penny Turbines[]

Chrysler[]

  • Chrysler IV-2220[8]
  • Chrysler T36

Cicaré Aeronáutica[]

  • Cicaré 4C2T

Cieslak[]

Cirrus[]

Source:Gunston[8]

  • Cirrus I
  • Cirrus II
  • Cirrus III
  • Cirrus Hermes
  • Cirrus Major
  • Cirrus Minor

Cisco Motors[]

  • Cisco Snap 100

Citroen[]

  • Citroen 2cyl Citroën 2CV – 18 hp@N/A rpm
  • Citroen 4cyl Citroën GS 1.2 – 65 hp@5700rpm

Clément-Bayard[]

Data from:[10]

  • Clément-Bayard 50hp 7-cyl Radial 3.94" X 4.53"
  • Clément-Bayard 117hp 6-cyl in-line 6.10" x 7.28"
  • Clément-Bayard 118hp 4-cyl in-line 7.48" x 9.06"
  • Clément-Bayard 29hp 4-cyl in-line 3.94" x 4.73"

Cleone (engine manufacturer)[]

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

Clêrget[]

(Société Clêrget-Blin et Cie / Pierre Clêrget) Source:Lumsden[2] except where noted

File:Clerget 9B.jpg

Clêrget 9B on display at the Pima Air & Space Museum

  • Clêrget 50hp 7-cyl water-cooled radial (1907)[31]
  • Clêrget 200hp V8 60° V in-line water-cooled (1908)[31]
  • Clêrget 2K[31]
  • Clêrget 4V 40 hp 4-cyl in-line water-cooled (1908)[31]
  • Clêrget 4W 40 hp 4-cyl in-line water-cooled (1910)[31]
  • Clêrget 7Y
  • Clêrget 7Z[6]
  • Clêrget 9A (Diesel radial engine)[8][31]
  • Clêrget 9B 130 hp[6]
  • Clêrget 9C[31]
  • Clêrget 9J
  • Clêrget 9Z 110 hp[6]
  • Clêrget 11Eb 200 hp[6]
  • Clêrget 14D[31]
  • Clêrget 14E[31]
  • Clêrget 14F[16][31][32] (Diesel radial engine)
  • Clêrget 14U[31]
  • Clêrget 16H diesel v-16
  • Clêrget 16SS diesel[31]
  • Clêrget 16X[6][31]
  • Clêrget 32 diesel[31]
  • Clêrget Type Transatlantique (H type)[8]
  • Clêrget monocylinder powder powdered coal test engine[31]
  • Clêrget monocylinder 2x variable compression[31]
  • Clêrget monocylinder 4x variable compression[31]
  • Clêrget 180-2T V-8 2x variable compression[31]
  • Clêrget 180-4T V-8 4x variable compression[31]
  • Clêrget 100hp diesel 1928 9-cyl. radial[16]
  • Clêrget 200hp diesel 1929 9-cyl. radial[16]
  • Clêrget 250hp diesel 9-cyl. radial[16]
  • Clêrget 300hp diesel 9-cyl. radial[11][16]

C.L.M.[]

(Compagnie Lilloise de Moteurs S.A)

  • Lille 6 AS 6-cyl opposed piston 2-stroke diesel (Junkers Jumo 205 licence built)

CMB[]

(Construction Mécanique du Béarn)

CNA[]

(Compagnia Nazionale Aeronautica)

  • CNA C.II
  • CNA C.VI I.R.C.43
  • CNA C-7[9]
  • CNA D.4
  • CNA D.VIII

Coatalen[]

Source:Brew[33]

  • Coatalen V12 Diesel

Colombo[]

  • Colombo D.110
  • Colombo S.53[9]
  • Colombo S.63[9]

Comet[]

(Comet Engine Corp, Madison WI.)

  • Comet 130hp
  • Comet 5
  • Comet 7-D 1928 (ATC 9) = 150hp 612ci 7RA.
  • Comet 7-E 1929 (ATC 47) = 165hp 612ci 7RA.
  • Comet 7-RA 1928 (ATC 9) = 130hp 7RA.

Compagnie Lilloise de Moteurs[]

  • CLM 6as

Conrad[]

(Deutsche Motorenbau G.m.b.H.)

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

Continental[]

Note: Continental use military style O-nnn designations even when there is no military designation allocated. Template:Columns-list

File:Continental IO-520 2.jpg

Continental IO-520

Corvair[]

(conversions and derivatives of the Chevrolet Corvair engine)

  • AeroMax Aviation AeroMax 100
  • Magsam/Wynne (Del Magsam / William Wynne)

Cosmos Engineering Company[]

Source: Lumsden[2]

  • Cosmos Jupiter
  • Cosmos Lucifer
  • Cosmos Mercury

Coventry Victor[]

  • Coventry Victor Neptune[2]

Crankless Engines Company[]

(Anthony Michell)

  • Michell XB-4070

C.R.M.A.[]

(Société de construction et de Reparationde Materiel Aéronautique)

  • C.R.M.A. Type 102
File:OX-5 top WL.jpg

Curtiss OX-5 at the Lone Star Flight Museum

Curtiss[]

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Curtiss-Kirkham[]

  • Curtiss-Kirkham K-12[8]

Curtiss-Wright[]

  • Curtiss-Wright RJ41 Ramjet
  • Curtiss-Wright RJ47 Ramjet
  • Curtiss-Wright RJ51 Ramjet
  • Curtiss-Wright RJ55 Ramjet
  • Curtiss-Wright RC2-60 Wankel engine
  • Curtiss-Wright R-600 Challenger

Cuyuna Development Company and 2si[]

  • Cuyuna 215R – aircraft engine
  • Cuyuna 340 – aircraft engine
  • Cuyuna 430 – aircraft and snowmobile engine

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Chinese Aero-engines[]

Main article: List of Chinese aircraft engines

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D[]

D-Motor[]

  • D-Motor LF26

Daiichi Kosho Company[]

(Japan)

  • Daiichi Kosho DK 472

Daimler-Benz[]

(Daimler-Benz Abteil Gesellschaft) Source:Gunston[8] except where noted Template:Columns-list

Damblanc-Mutti[]

  • Damblanc-Mutti 165hp[34]

Darraq[]

Data from:[10]

  • Darraq 25hp O-2
  • Darraq 50hp O-4
  • Darraq 43hp 4-cyl in-line 4.73" X 5.52"
  • Darraq 84hp 4-cyl in-line 6.7" X 5.52"

de Havilland[]

Sources: Piston engines, Lumsden,[2] gas turbine and rocket engines, Gunston.[8]

File:DHGipsyQueen.JPG

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

Piston engines[]

  • de Havilland Iris
  • de Havilland Ghost (V8)
  • de Havilland Gipsy
  • de Havilland Gipsy King
  • de Havilland Gipsy Major
  • de Havilland Gipsy Minor
  • de Havilland Gipsy Queen
  • de Havilland Gipsy Six
  • de Havilland Gipsy Twelve

Gas turbines[]

  • Halford H.1
  • de Havilland Ghost
  • de Havilland Gnome
  • de Havilland Goblin
  • de Havilland Gyron
  • de Havilland Gyron Junior

Rockets[]

  • de Havilland DSpe.1 Spectre
  • de Havilland DSpe.2 Spectre
  • de Havilland DSpe.3 Spectre
  • de Havilland DSpe.4 Spectre
  • de Havilland DSpe.5 Spectre
  • de Havilland DSpe.D.1 Double Spectre
  • de Havilland DSpr.1 Sprite
  • de Havilland DSpr.2 Sprite
  • de Havilland DSpr.3 Sprite
  • de Havilland DSpr.4 Super Sprite

de Laval[]

  • de Laval T42

Deicke[]

(Arthur Deicke)

Delafontaine[]

  • Delafontaine Diesel – seven-cylinder air-cooled

DeltaHawk[]

  • DeltaHawk DH

Deschamps[]

Data from:[10] (D.J.Deschampsdesigner – Lambert Engine & machine Co.,Illinois manufacturer)

  • Deschamps v-12 inverted 2-stroke diesel

DGEN[]

Diamond Engines[]

  • Diamond Engines GIAE 50R
  • Diamond Engines GIAE 75R
  • Diamond Engines GIAE-110R

Diemech Turbine Solutions[]

(Deland, Florida, United States)

  • Diemech TJ 100
  • Diemech TP 100

Doble-Besler[]

  • Doble-Besler V-2 steam engine

Dobrynin[]

Source:Gunston[8]

  • Dobrynin VD-4K
  • Dobrynin VD-7

Dongan[]

(aka Harbin Engine Factory)

  • Dongan HS-7
  • Dongan HS-8
  • Dongan WJ-5
  • Dongan WZ-5
  • Dongan WZ-6

Douglas[]

  • Douglas 350cc
  • Douglas 500cc
  • Douglas 736cc
  • Douglas 750cc

Dreher[]

(Dreher Engineering Company)

Duesenburg[]

  • Duesenburg H 850 hp V-16[6]
  • Duesenburg 125hp 4-cyl. in-line[6]
  • Duesenburg 300hp V[6]

Duthiel-Chambers[]

Data from:[10]

  • Duthiel-Chambers 25hp O-2
  • Duthiel-Chambers 50hp O-4
  • Duthiel-Chambers 73hp O-6
  • Duthiel-Chambers 76hp O-4
  • Duthiel-Chambers 38hp OP-2
  • Duthiel-Chambers 56hp OP-3
  • Duthiel-Chambers 75hp OP-4
  • Duthiel-Chambers 97hp OP-3

Dux[]

Dyna-Cam[]

  • Dyna-Cam

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E[]

Easton[]

Data from:[10]

  • Easton 50hp V-8
  • Easton 75hp V-8

Electravia[]

  • Electravia 18kW

Elektromechanische Werke[]

  • Elektromechanische Werke Taifun rakatenmotor[13]
  • Elektromechanische Werke Wasserfall rakatenmotor[13]

Elizalde SA[]

Source:Gunston[8]

  • Elizalde Dragon
    • Elizalde D IX B.[16]
    • Elizalde D IX M.R.[16]
    • Elizalde D IX C.R.[16]
  • Elizalde Super Dragon[16]
    • Elizalde S.D.M[16]
    • Elizalde S.D.M.R.[16]
    • Elizalde S.D.C[16]
    • Elizalde S.D.C.R.[16]
  • Elizalde Sirio
  • Elizalde Tigre IV

EMG[]

(EMG Engineering Company – Eugene M. Gluhareff)

Engine Alliance[]

  • Engine Alliance GP7200

ENMA[]

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

E.N.V.[]

Source:Tagg[10][39]

  • E.N.V. Type A[2]
  • E.N.V. Type C[2]
  • E.N.V. Type D[2]
  • E.N.V. Type F[2]
  • E.N.V. Type FA[2]
  • E.N.V. Type H (O-4)[2]
  • E.N.V. Type T[2]
  • E.N.V. 40hp V-8 3.35" x 3.54"
  • E.N.V. 62hp V-8 4.13" x 4.33"
  • E.N.V. 60hp V-8 3.94" X 5.12"
  • E.N.V. 1914 100hp V-8[2]
  • E.N.V. 1909 25/30hp O-4[2]
  • E.N.V. 1910 30hp O-4[2]

Eurojet[]

Source:Gunston[8]

  • Eurojet EJ200

Europrop[]

  • Europrop TP400

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F[]

F&S[]

  • F&S K 8 B

Fairchild[]

(Fairchild Engine & Airplane Corporation)

For Ranger / Fairchild Ranger engines see: Ranger

Source:Gunston[8] except where noted

  • Fairchild Caminez 4-cylinder[40]
  • Fairchild Caminez 8 cylinder[40]
  • Fairchild J44
  • Fairchild J63
  • Fairchild J83
  • Fairchild T46

Fairdiesel[]

  • Fairdiesel barrel engine

Fairey[]

Source: Lumsden[2]

  • Fairey Felix
  • Fairey P.12 Prince I and II
  • Fairey P.16 Prince 3
  • Fairey P.24 Monarch

Farcot[]

Data from:[10]

  • Farcot 64 hp 8cyl radial? 4.13" x 4.73"

Farina[]

(S.A. Stabilimenti Farina)

Farman[]

Source:Liron[41][42]

  • Farman 7 E
    • Farman 7 E.A
    • Farman 7 E.D
  • Farman 8 V
    • Farman 8 Vi
  • Farman 9 E
    • Farman 9 E.B
  • Farman 12 B
  • Farman 12 C
    • Farman 12 Crs
  • Farman 12 D
  • Farman 12 G inverted V-12 350 hp
  • Farman 12 V
  • Farman 12 W
    • Farman 12 Wc
    • Farman 12 We
    • Farman 12 Wers
  • Farman 18 W
  • Farman 18 T

Fiat[]

Data from:Italian Civil & Military Aircraft 1930–1945[9] Template:Columns-list

Firewall Forward Aero Engines[]

  • Firewall Forward CAM 100
  • Firewall Forward CAM 125

Flader[]

Source:Geen and Cross[43]

  • Flader J55[43] Type 124 Lieutenant
  • Flader T33[43] Type 125? Brigadier

Fletcher[]

  • Fletcher 5hp[2]
  • Fletcher 9hp[2]
  • Fletcher Empress 50 hp rotary[2]

FNM[]

(Fábrica Nacional de Motores)

  • FNM R-760
  • FNM R-975

Ford[]

  • 4 Cylinder X engine
  • 8 Cylinder X engine
  • Ford PJ31 Pulsejet, see Republic-Ford JB-2
  • Ford V-1650 V-12

Franklin Engine Company[]

Source:Gunston.[8]

  • Franklin 2A4-45
  • Franklin 2A4-49
  • Franklin 2A-110
  • Franklin 2A-120
  • Franklin 2AL-112
  • Franklin 4A-225
  • Franklin 4A-235
  • Franklin 4A4-100
  • Franklin 4A4-75
  • Franklin 4A4-85
  • Franklin 4A4-95
  • Franklin 4AC-150
  • Franklin 4AC-171
  • Franklin 4AC-176
  • Franklin 4AC-199
  • Franklin 4AC
  • Franklin 4ACG-176
  • Franklin 4ACG-199
  • Franklin 4AL-225
  • Franklin 6A-335
  • Franklin 6A-350
  • Franklin 6A3
  • Franklin 6A4
  • Franklin 6A4-125
  • Franklin 6A4-130
  • Franklin 6A4-135
  • Franklin 6A4-140
  • Franklin 6A4-145
  • Franklin 6A4-150
  • Franklin 6A4-165
  • Franklin 6A4-200
  • Franklin 6A8-215
  • Franklin 6AC-264
  • Franklin 6AC-298
  • Franklin 6AC-403
  • Franklin 6ACG-264
  • Franklin 6ACG-298
  • Franklin 6ACGA-403
  • Franklin 6ACGSA-403
  • Franklin 6ACSA-403
  • Franklin 6ACT-298
  • Franklin 6ACTS-298
  • Franklin 6ACV-245
  • Franklin 6ACV-298
  • Franklin 6ACV-403 O-405? most likely company designation
  • Franklin 6AG-335
  • Franklin 6AG4-185
  • Franklin 6AG6-245
  • Franklin 6AGS-335
  • Franklin 6AGS6-245
  • Franklin 6AL-315
  • Franklin 6AL-335
  • Franklin 6AL-500
  • Franklin 6ALG-315
  • Franklin 6ALV-335
  • Franklin 6AS-335
  • Franklin 6AS-350
  • Franklin 6V-335-A
  • Franklin 6V-335-A1A
  • Franklin 6V-335-A1B
  • Franklin 6V-335-B
  • Franklin 6V-335
  • Franklin 6V-350
  • Franklin 6V4
  • Franklin 6V4-165
  • Franklin 6V4-178
  • Franklin 6V4-200
  • Franklin 6V4-335
  • Franklin 6V6-245-B16F
  • Franklin 6V6-245
  • Franklin 6V6-300-D16FT
  • Franklin 6V6-300
  • Franklin 6VS-335
  • Franklin 8AC-398
  • Franklin 8ACG-398
  • Franklin 8ACG-538
  • Franklin 8ACGSA-538
  • Franklin 8ACSA-538
  • Franklin 12AC-596
  • Franklin 12AC-806
  • Franklin 12ACG-596
  • Franklin 12ACG-806
  • Franklin 12ACGSA-806
  • Franklin O-150
  • Franklin O-170
  • Franklin O-175
  • Franklin O-180 (Franklin 4AC-176-F3)
  • Franklin O-200
  • Franklin O-300
  • Franklin O-335
  • Franklin O-405-5
    • Franklin XO-405-1
    • Franklin XO-405-7
  • Franklin O-405
  • Franklin O-425-13
  • Franklin O-425-2
  • Franklin O-425-9
  • Franklin O-425
  • Franklin O-540
  • Franklin O-595
  • Franklin O-805
    • Franklin XO-805-1
    • Franklin XO-805-3
    • Franklin XO-805-312
  • Franklin Sport 4

G[]

Garrett[]

(Garrett AiResearch) Source:Gunston[8] except where noted

  • AiResearch GTC series
  • AiResearch GTP series
  • AiResearch GTG series
  • AiResearch GTU series
  • AiResearch GTC85 Gas generator for McDonnell 120
  • AiResearch GTP30
  • AiResearch TPE-331
  • AiResearch TSE-231
  • AiResearch ETJ-131
  • AiResearch ETJ-331
  • AiResearch TJE-341
  • AiResearch 600
  • AiResearch 700
  • Garrett ATF3
  • Garrett TFE1042
  • Garrett TFE1088
  • Garrett TFE731
  • Garrett TSE331
  • Garrett TPE331
  • Garrett T76
  • Garrett F104
  • Garrett F109 (TFE76)
  • Garrett F124 (TFE1042 / TFE1088)
  • Garrett F125
  • Garrett JFS 100-13A[44]

Garuff[]

  • Garuff A – aircraft diesel engine

GE Honda Aero Engines[]

  • GE Honda HF120

General Aircraft Ltd.[]

  • General Aircraft Monarch V-4[2]
  • General Aircraft Monarch V-6[2]

General Electric[]

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General Electric/Rolls-Royce[]

  • General Electric/Rolls-Royce F136

General Motors Research[]

  • General Motors Research X-250[21]

General Ordnance[]

  • General Ordnance 200hp V-8[6]

Giannini[]

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

Gluhareff[]

(Eugene Gluhareff)

  • Gluhareff EMG G8-2-130[45]

Glushenkov[]

Source:Gunston.[8]

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

Gnome et Rhône[]

Source:[8][10] except where noted

File:Gnome 9N 1917 160 hp.jpg

Gnome Monosoupape rotary engine of 1917

  • Gnome 1906 25hp rotary – prototype Gnome rotary engine
  • Gnome 34hp 5-cyl rotary 3.94" x 3.94"[10]
  • Gnome 60hp 7-cyl rotary 4.33" x 4.73"[10]
  • Gnome 123hp 14-cyl rotary 4.33" x 4.73"[10]
  • Gnome 1907 50hp
  • Gnome 7 Gamma[2]
  • Gnome 14 Gamma-Gamma[2]
  • Gnome 9 Delta[2]
  • Gnome 7 Lambda
  • Gnome 14 Lambda-Lambda
  • Gnome Sigma
  • Gnome 7 Omega[2]
  • Gnome 14 Omega-Omega[2]
  • Gnome Monosoupape 7 Type A
  • Gnome Monosoupape 9 Type B-2
  • Gnome Monosoupape 9 Type N
  • Gnome-Rhône 5B
  • Gnome-Rhône 5K Titan
  • Gnome-Rhône 7K Titan Major
  • Gnome-Rhône 9
  • Gnome-Rhône 9A Jupiter
  • Gnome-Rhône 9K Mistral
  • Gnome-Rhône 14K Mistral Major
  • Gnome-Rhône 14M Mars
  • Gnome-Rhône 14N
  • Gnome-Rhône 14P
  • Gnome-Rhône 14R
  • Gnome-Rhône 18L
  • Gnome-Rhône 18R

Gobron-Brillié[]

Data from:[10]

  • Gobron-Brillié 54hp V-8
  • Gobron-Brillié 102hp V-8

Goebel[]

(Georg Goebel of Darmstadt)

  • Goebel Goe II
  • Goebel Goe III

Green[]

Source:Tagg[39] and

  • Green 32hp 4-cyl in-line 4.13" x 4.73"
  • Green 60hp 4-cyl in-line 5.52" x 5.75"
  • Green 82hp V-8 4.57" x 5.52"[2]
  • Green C.4
  • Green D.4[2]
  • Green E.6
  • Green 260-275hp V-12 1914 [2]
  • Green 300hp V-12[6]
  • Green 450hp W-18 1914[6]

Grégoire[]

Data from:[10]

  • Grégoire 26hp 4-cyl in-line 3.62" x 5.52"
  • Grégoire 51hp 4-cyl in-line 5.12" x 5.52"

Grizodubov[]

(S.V. Grizodubov)

  • Grizodubov 1910 40hp 4-cyl.[37]

Guiberson[]

(Guiberson Diesel Engine Company) Source:Gunston[8] except where noted

  • Guiberson A-918 [16]
  • Guiberson A-980 – 210 hp[16]
  • Guiberson A-1020 – 340 hp[16]
  • Guiberson T-1020 250 bhp (tank engine?)[16]

Guizhou[]

  • Guizhou WP-13

Gyro[]

( Gyro Motor Company, 774 Girard Street, NW, Washington DC)[46]

  • Gyro Model K "Duplex (Circa 1914)" Engine[46]
  • Gyro Model L "Duplex (Circa 1914)" Engine[46]

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H[]

HAL[]

(Hindustan Aeronautics Limited)

  • HAL PTAE-7

Hall-Scott[]

File:Hall-Scott A-7.jpg

The cylinder heads of a Hall-Scott A-7

Source:Gunston 1989[8] except where noted

  • Hall-Scott 60 hp
  • Hall-Scott A-1[47]
  • Hall-Scott A-2
  • Hall-Scott A-3
  • Hall-Scott A-4
  • Hall-Scott A-5
  • Hall-Scott A-5a
  • Hall-Scott A-7
  • Hall-Scott A-7a
  • Hall-Scott A-8
  • Hall-Scott L-4
  • Hall-Scott L-6[6] (aka Liberty 6)

Hamilton-Sundstrand[]

  • Sundstrand T100

Hart[]

Hartland[]

  • Hartland 125hp

Hatsukaze[]

  • Hatsukaze HA-11

Heath[]

  • Heath 25hp
  • Heath 4-B
  • Heath 4-C
  • Heath B-4[16]
  • Heath B-12
  • Heath C-2
  • Heath C-3
  • Heath C-6

Heath-Henderson[]

  • Heath-Henderson B-4[16]

Heinkel[]

(Heinkel-Hirth Motorenwerke) Source:[8]

  • Heinkel HeS 1
  • Heinkel HeS 2
  • Heinkel HeS 3
  • Heinkel HeS 6[13]
  • Heinkel HeS 8
  • Heinkel HeS 9[13]
  • Heinkel HeS 10[13]
  • Heinkel HeS 11[13]
  • Heinkel HeS 21[13]
  • Heinkel HeS 30[13]
  • Heinkel HeS 35[13]
  • Heinkel HeS 36[13]
  • Heinkel HeS 40[13]
  • Heinkel HeS 50d[13]
  • Heinkel HeS 50z[13]
  • Heinkel HeS 60[13]
  • Heinkel 109-001
  • Heinkel 109-006
  • Heinkel 109-011
  • Heinkel 109-021

Helwan[]

  • Helwan E-300

Hendee (Indian (motorcycle))[]

  • Hendee Indian 65hp
  • Hendee Indian 50hp

Herman[]

  • Herman 45hp
  • Herman 70hp

Hermes Engine Company[]

  • Hermes Cirrus[8]

Hewland[]

  • Hewland AE75

Hexadyne[]

  • Hexadyne P-60
  • Hexadyne O-49

Hiero[]

(Otto Hieronimus – designer – several manufacturers)

  • Hiero 6 – generic title for all the Hiero 6-cyl. engines
  • Hiero E
  • Hiero 85hp[48]
  • Hiero 145hp[49]
  • Hiero 200hp (V-8? or inline 6?)[50]
  • Hiero 8 200 hp inverted V-8[50]

Hiller[]

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

Hiller Aircraft[]

  • Hiller 8RJ2B – ramjet for the Hiller YH-32 Hornet

Hindustan Aeronautics[]

(Hindustan Aircraft Limited / Hindustan Aeronautics / HAL)

  • HAL P.E.90H[7]
  • HAL HJE-2500

Hiro[]

  • Hiro Type 14 500hp water-cooled W-12[51]
  • Hiro Type 61 (typo?)
  • Hiro Type 90 600 hp water-cooled W-12[51]
  • Hiro Type 91 500 hp water-cooled W-12[8][51]
  • Hiro Type 94 1,180 hp water-cooled W-18[51]

Hirth[]

(Heinkel-Hirth Motoren G.m.b.H.)

File:Hirth 2702V.JPG

Hirth 2702

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Hispano-Suiza[]

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Hitachi[]

Source:Gunston.[8]

  • Hitachi Ha-12
  • Hitachi Ha-13
  • Hitachi Ha-42
  • Hitachi Ha-47
  • Hitachi GK2
  • Hitachi GK4
  • Hitachi GK2 Amakaze
  • Hitachi Kamikaze
  • Hitachi Hatsukaze
  • Hitachi Tempu
File:HKS 700E Flightstar.jpg

HKS 700E on a Flightstar II.

HKS[]

  • HKS 700E
  • HKS 700T

Hodge[]

  • Hodge 320hp

Hofer[]

  • Hofer 10-12hp

Holbrook[]

  • Holbrook 35hp
  • Holbrook 50hp

Honeywell[]

  • Honeywell ALF502
  • Honeywell HTF7000
  • Honeywell LF507
  • Honeywell LTS101
  • Honeywell TPE-331
  • Honeywell TFE731

Hopkins & de Kilduchevsky[]

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

Hudson[]

  • Hudson 100hp

HuoSai[]

(HuoSai - Piston engine)

  • HuoSai HS-5
  • HuoSai HS-6
  • HuoSai HS-7
  • HuoSai HS-8

Hurricane[]

  • Hurricane C-450

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I[]

IAE[]

(International Aero Engines)

  • IAE V2500
  • IAE V2500 SuperFan

I.Ae.[]

(Instituto Aerotécnico)

known as Ae (from "Dirección General de Aerotécnica") 1927–1936, "Fábrica Militar de Aviones" (FMA) 1938–1943, I.Ae (for "Instituto Aerotécnico") 1943–1952, and IA from 1952 to 2007.
  • I.Ae. 16 El Gaucho[52]
  • I.Ae. 19R El Indio[52]

IAME[]

(Ital-American Motor Engineering)

  • KFM 104[17]
  • KFM 105[17]
  • KFM 107
  • KFM 112M

IAR[]

(Industria Aeronatica Romana)

IHI[]

(Ishikawajima-Harima Jukogyo Kabushiki Kaisha – Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries Co. Ltd. / Ishikawajima Aircraft Company Limited / IHI)

  • Ishikawajima Tsu-11[53] thermojet
  • Ishikawajima TR-10[53]
  • Ishikawajima TR-12[53]
  • Ishikawajima Ne-20[53]
  • Ishikawajima Ne-20-kai
  • Ishikawajima Ne-30 Turbojet Engine of 850 kg
  • Ishikawajima Ne-330 Turbojet of 1,320 hp
  • IHI JR100[54]
  • IHI JR200[54]
  • IHI JR220[54]
  • IHI XJ11[54]
  • Ishikawajima-Harima F3
  • IHI Corporation F5
  • IHI Corporation F7
  • Ishikawajima-Harima J3

IL[]

(Instytut Lotnictwa – Aviation Institute)

ILO[]

  • ILO F 12/400

Imaer[]

  • Imaer T2000 M1

Imperial[]

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

Industria Aeronautică Română[]

  • IAR LD450
  • IAR 4GI
  • IAR 6G1
  • IAR 7K[16]
  • IAR 9K[16]
  • IAR K14[16]
  • IAR DB605

International[]

Data from:[10]

  • International 21.5hp 4-cyl rotary 3.74" x 2.52"
  • International 66hp 6-cyl rotary 5" x 3.98"

Irwin[]

  • Irwin 79 (aka X)

Isaacson[]

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

  • Isaacson 45hp (7-cyl. radial 1910) possibly same engine as 60hp!
  • Isaacson 50hp (5-cyl. radial 1910)
  • Isaacson 60hp (7-cyl. radial 1910)[2]
  • Isaacson 6-cyl. radial

Ishikawajima[]

See:'IHI

Isotov[]

Source:Gunston[8]

  • Isotov GTD-350
  • Isotov TV-2-117
  • Isotov TV-3-117[17]
  • Isotov TVD-850[17]

Isotta Fraschini[]

Data from:Italian Civil & Military Aircraft 1930–1945[9]

  • Isotta Fraschini A.120 R.C.40 – (inverted version of Asso XI)[16]
  • Isotta Fraschin L.121 R.C.40 – (version of Asso XI)[16]
  • Isotta Fraschini L.170
  • Isotta Fraschini L.180 I.R.C.C.15/40 inverted W-18[16]
  • Isotta Fraschini L.180 I.R.C.C.45 inverted W-18[16]
  • Isotta Fraschini Asso 80[8]
  • Isotta Fraschini Asso 120 R.C.40[16]
  • Isotta Fraschini Asso 200
  • Isotta Fraschini Asso 250 probably misidentification of Asso 200
  • Isotta Fraschini Asso 500
  • Isotta Fraschini Asso 750[16]
    • Isotta Fraschini Asso 750 R
    • Isotta Fraschini Asso 750 R.C.
    • Isotta Fraschini Asso 750 R.C.35[16]
  • Isotta Fraschini Asso IX
    • Isotta Fraschini Asso IX R.C.45
  • Isotta Fraschini Asso 1000[8]
  • Isotta Fraschini Asso Caccia
  • Isotta Fraschini Asso XI
    • Isotta Fraschini Asso XI R
    • Isotta Fraschini Asso XI R.C.[16]
    • Isotta Fraschini Asso XI R.C.15
    • Isotta Fraschini Asso XI R.C.40
    • Isotta Fraschini Asso XI R2C.15
  • Isotta Fraschini Asso (racing)
  • Isotta Fraschini Beta
    • Isotta Fraschini Beta R.C.10
  • Isotta Fraschini Gamma[8]
    • Isotta Fraschini Gamma R.C.35 IS
  • Isotta Fraschini Delta[8]
    • Isotta Fraschini Delta R.C.21/60
    • Isotta Fraschini Delta R.C.35
    • Isotta Fraschini Delta R.C.40
    • Isotta Fraschini Delta IV
  • Isotta Fraschini Zeta[8]
    • Isotta Fraschini Zeta R.C.25/60
    • Isotta Fraschini Zeta R.C.35
    • Isotta Fraschini Zeta R.C.42
  • Isotta Fraschini Astro 7 C.21[16]
  • Isotta Fraschini Astro 7 C.40[16]
  • Isotta Fraschini Astro 140 R.C.40[16]
  • Isotta Fraschini V.4[6][8]
    • Isotta-Fraschini V.4a
    • Isotta Fraschini V.4b 190 hp[6][8]
  • Isotta Fraschini V.5[6][8]
  • Isotta Fraschini V.6[8]
  • Isotta Fraschini 245hp[6]
  • Isotta Fraschini K.14
  • Isotta Fraschini 80T

Ivchenko[]

Source:Gunston.[8]

  • Ivchenko AI-4
  • Ivchenko AI-10
  • Ivchenko AI-14
  • Ivchenko AI-20
  • Ivchenko AI-24
  • Ivchenko AI-25
  • Ivchenko AI-26
  • Progress D-27

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J[]

Jabiru[]

  • Jabiru 1600
  • Jabiru 2200
  • Jabiru 3300

Jacobs[]

Source:Gunston[8] except where noted

  • Jacobs 35 hp
  • Jacobs B-1
  • Jacobs L-3
  • Jacobs L-4
  • Jacobs L-5
  • Jacobs L-6
  • Jacobs LA-1
  • Jacobs LA-2
  • Jacobs O-200
  • Jacobs O-240
  • Jacobs O-360
  • Jacobs R-755
  • Jacobs R-830
  • Jacobs R-915

Jalbert-Loire[]

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

Jameson[]

(Jameson Aero Engines Ltd.)

  • Jameson FF-1[2]

Janowski[]

(Jaroslaw Janowski)

  • Janowski Saturn 500[17]

J.A.P.[]

(John Alfred Prestwich) Data from:[10]

  • J.A.P. 1909 9hp 2-cyl.[2]
  • J.A.P. 1909 20hp 4-cyl.[2]
  • J.A.P. 38hp V-8 3.35" x 3.74"
  • J.A.P. 45hp V-8 3.54" x 4.33"
  • J.A.P. 1910 40hp V-8[2]
  • J.A.P. 8-cyl.[2]
  • Aeronca-J.A.P. J-99[2]

Japanese rockets and Pulse-jets[]

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

Jendrassik[]

Source:Gunston.[8]

  • Jendrassik Cs-1

J.E.T[]

(James Engineering Turbines Ltd)

Jetcat[]

Johnson[]

  • Johnson Aero 75hp
  • Johnson Aero 100hp
  • Johnson Aero 150hp

JPX[]

  • JPX 4TX75
  • JPX D160
  • JPX PUL 212
  • JPX PUL 425
  • JPX D-320

Junkers[]

(Junkers Flugzeug und Motorenwerke / Junkers Motorenbau [Jumo]) Source:Kay[58]

  • Jumo 4 later Jumo 204
  • Jumo 5 later Jumo 205
  • Junkers L1 air-cooled in-line 6 4-stroke petrol
  • Junkers L2
  • Junkers L3
  • Junkers L4
  • Junkers L5
  • Junkers L5G
  • Junkers L55
  • Junkers L7
  • Junkers L8
  • Junkers L88
  • Junkers L10
  • Junkers Jumo 204
  • Junkers Jumo 205
  • Junkers Jumo 206
  • Junkers Jumo 207
  • Junkers Jumo 208
  • Junkers Jumo 209
  • Junkers Jumo 210
  • Junkers Jumo 211
  • Junkers Jumo 213
  • Junkers Jumo 218
  • Junkers Jumo 222
  • Junkers Jumo 223
  • Junkers Jumo 224
  • Junkers Jumo 225
  • Junkers Jumo 109-004
  • Junkers Jumo 109-006 (Junkers/Heinkel 109-006)
  • Junkers Jumo 109-012[13]
  • Junkers Jumo 109-022[13]
  • Junkers Mo3 diesel opposed-piston aero-engine prototype
  • Junkers Fo2 Petrol opposed-piston 6-cyl/12piston horizontal
  • Junkers Fo3 diesel opposed-piston aero-engine prototype
  • Junkers Fo4 diesel opposed-piston aero-engine prototype
  • Junkers SL1 company designation for Fo4

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K[]

Kalep[]

(Fyodor Grigoryevich Kalep)

Kawasaki Heavy Industries[]

Source:Gunston[8] except where noted

  • Kawasaki Ha-9 – License-built BMW VI for IJAAF
  • Kawasaki Ha-40 – License-built Daimler-Benz DB 601A for IJAAF
  • Kawasaki Ha-60
  • Kawasaki Ha-140
  • Kawasaki Ha-201 – twin Ha-40s with common gearbox
  • Kawasaki 440 engine.
  • Kawasaki KJ12

Kemp[]

File:Kemp G-2 Boxer Engine.jpg

Kemp G-2 flat-twin

(aka Grey Eagle )

  • Kemp D-4
  • Kemp E-6
  • Kemp G-2
  • Kemp H-6
  • Kemp I-4
  • Kemp O-101
  • Kemp J-8
  • Kemp-Henderson 27hp

Ken Royce[]

  • Ken-Royce 5E
  • Ken-Royce 5G
  • Ken-Royce 7G

Kessler[]

  • Kessler 200hp
  • Kessler 6C-400

Kiekhaefer[]

  • Kiekhaefer O-45
  • Kiekhaefer V-105

Kimball[]

  • Kimball Beetle K
  • Kimball Gnat M

King[]

  • King 550hp

King-Bugatti[]

  • King-Bugatti U-16

Kinner[]

Source:Gunston[8] except where noted

  • Kinner 60 hp
  • Kinner B-5
  • Kinner B-54
  • Kinner C-5
  • Kinner C-7[16]
  • Kinner SC-7[16]
  • Kinner K-5
  • Kinner O-550
  • Kinner O-552
  • Kinner R-5
  • Kinner R-53
  • Kinner R-55
  • Kinner R-56
  • Kinner R-440
  • Kinner R-540
  • Kinner R-720
  • Kinner R-1045-2

Kirkham[]

  • Kirkham 75-85hp
  • Kirkham 110hp
  • Kirkham 180hp 9-cyl. radial
  • Kirkham B-4
  • Kirkham B-6
  • Kirkham B-12
  • Kirkham BG-6
  • Kirkham C-4
  • Kirkham K-12[59]

Klimov[]

Source:Gunston[8] except where noted

  • Klimov M-100
  • Klimov M-103
  • Klimov M-105
  • Klimov VK-106
  • Klimov VK-107 (VK-107R – Mikoyan-Gurevich I-250)
  • Klimov VK-108
  • Klimov VK-109
  • Klimov M-120[37]
  • Klimov RD-33
  • Klimov RD-45
  • Klimov RD-500[60]
  • Klimov VK-1
  • Klimov VK-2
  • Klimov VK-3
  • Klimov VK-5
  • Klimov VK-2500
  • Klimov VK-800
  • Klimov TV2-117
  • Klimov TV3-117
  • Klimov TV7-117

KHD[]

(Deutz and Humboldt-Deutz)

  • Humboldt-Deutz 6 cyl. in-line diesel[61]
  • Klöckner-Humboldt-Deutz diesel 8 cyl. rotary DZ 700?
  • Klöckner-Humboldt-Deutz DZ 700[61]
  • Klöckner-Humboldt-Deutz DZ 710 16-cylinder horizontally opposed diesel[13]
  • Klöckner-Humboldt-Deutz DZ 720 32-cylinder H-block version of the 710[13]
  • KHD T117[17]
  • KHD T317[17]

Knox[]

  • Knox 300hp
  • Knox H-106
  • Knox R-266

Koerting[]

  • Koerting Kg IV
  • Koerting 8 SL

Kolesov[]

  • Kolesov RD-36-51
  • Kolesov VD-7

König[]

  • König SC 430
  • König SD 570

Konrad[]

(Oberbayische Forschungsanhalt Dr. Konrad)

  • Konrad 109-613
  • Konrad Enzian IV rakatenmotor[13]
  • Konrad Enzian V rakatenmotor[13]
  • Konrad Rheintochter R 3 rakatenmotor[13]

Körting[]

  • Körting Kg IV V-8[5]

Kostovich[]

(O.S. Kostovich)

  • Kostovich 2-cyl airship engine[37]
  • Kostovich 80hp 8-cyl airship engine[37]

Krautter[]

(Dipl. Ing. Willi Krautter)

  • Krautter-Leichtflugmotor[13]

Kroeber[]

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

Kuznetsov Design Bureau[]

Source:Gunston[8] except where noted

  • Kuznetsov NK-2
  • Kuznetsov NK-4
  • Kuznetsov NK-6
  • Kuznetsov NK-8
  • Kuznetsov NK-12
  • Kuznetsov NK-32
  • Kuznetsov NK-86[17]
  • Kuznetsov NK-144
  • Kuznetsov TV-2
  • Kuznetsov 2TV-2F

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L[]

L'Aisle Volante[]

  • L'Aisle Volante C.C.4[16]

Lambert Engine Division[]

(Monocoupe Corporation – Lambert Engine Division)

  • Lambert R-266

Lange[]

  • Lange EA 42

Lawrance[]

  • Lawrance A[8]
  • Lawrance B 60 hp 3-cyl.[6]
  • Lawrance C-2
  • Lawrance J-1[8]
  • Lawrance J-2
  • Lawrance L-2[59]
  • Lawrance L-3
  • Lawrance L-4 aka 'Wright Gale'
  • Lawrance L-5
  • Lawrance L-64
  • Lawrance N[8]
  • Lawrance N-2
  • Lawrance R[8]
  • Lawrance R-1[59]
  • Lawrance-Moulton A (France)
  • Lawrance-Moulton B (USA)

Lawrence Radiation Laboratory[]

  • Tory IIA (Project Pluto)
  • Tory IIC (Project Pluto)

Le Rhône[]

(Société des Moteurs Le Rhône)

  • Le Rhône 7
  • Le Rhône 7A
  • Le Rhône 7B
  • Le Rhône 7B2
  • Le Rhône 9C[59]
  • Le Rhône 9J
  • Le Rhône 9R
  • Le Rhône 9Z
  • Le Rhône 11F
  • Le Rhône 14D[62]
  • Le Rhône 18E (1912)
  • Le Rhône 18E (1917)
  • Le Rhône 28E
  • Le Rhône K
  • Le Rhône L
  • Le Rhône M
  • Le Rhône P
  • Le Rhône R

LeBlond[]

  • LeBlond B-4
  • LeBlond B-8
  • LeBlond 60-5D
  • LeBlond 70-5DE
  • LeBlond 75-5
  • LeBlond 80-5
  • LeBlond 85-5DF
  • LeBlond 70-5E
  • LeBlond 80-5F
  • LeBlond 85-5DF
  • LeBlond 90-5F
  • LeBlond 90-5G
  • LeBlond 7D
  • LeBlond 7DF
  • LeBlond 90-7
  • LeBlond 110-7[16]
  • LeBlond 120-7

Lee[]

  • Lee 80hp

Lefèrve[]

(F. Lefèrve)

  • Lefèrve 2-cyl. 33hp[16]

Lenape[]

  • Lenape AR-3[16]
  • Lenape LM-3, LM-365 Papoose
  • Lenape LM-5, LM-125 Brave
  • Lenape LM-7 Chief
  • Lenape LM-375 Papoose

Lessner[]

  • Lessner 1908 4-cyl airship engine[37]

LHTEC[]

  • LHTEC T800

Liberty[]

Source:Gunston[8] except where noted

  • Liberty L-4
  • Liberty L-6
  • Liberty L-8
  • Liberty L-12

Light[]

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

Limbach[]

(Limbach Motorenbau)

  • Limbach L1700[17]
  • Limbach L2000[17]
  • Limbach L2000 DA
  • Limbach L2000 E0
  • Limbach L2000 EA
  • Limbach L2000 EB
  • Limbach L2000 EC
  • Limbach L275E[17]

Lincoln[]

  • Rocket 29hp

Lindequist[]

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

  • Lindewqiuist 1,000hp Stratospheric engine[16]

Les Long Long Harlequin[]

  • Long Harlequin 933

Lockheed[]

Source:Gunston.[8]

  • Lockheed XJ37/L-1000

LOM[]

(Letecke Opravny Malesice, Praha)

  • LOM Praha M-337

LPC[]

(Lockheed Propulsion Company)

  • 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

Lorraine-Dietrich[]

(Société Lorraine des Anciens Etablissements de Dietrich) Source:Jane's All the World's Aircraft 1938[16][63][64] except where noted

  • Lorraine 5P – 5 cyl radial
    • Lorraine 5Pa
    • Lorraine 5Pb
    • Lorraine 5Pc
  • Lorraine 6A – (AM) 110 hp
  • Lorraine 7M Mizar – 7 cyl radial
    • Lorraine 7Ma
    • Lorraine 7Me
  • Lorraine 8A – V-8
  • Lorraine 8B – V-8
  • Lorraine 9N Algol – 9 cyl radial
  • Lorraine Dietrich 12Cc ? Dc in error?
  • Lorraine 12D – V-12
    • Lorraine 12Db
    • Lorraine 12Dc
  • Lorraine 12E Courlis – W-12 450 hp
  • Lorraine 12F Courlis – W-12 600 hp
  • Lorraine 12H Pétrel – V-12
  • Lorraine 12Q Eider
  • Lorraine 12R Sterna – V-12 700 hp
  • Lorraine 12Rcr Radium – inverted V-12 with turbochargers 2,000 hp
  • Lorraine 14A Antarès – 14 cylinder radial 500 hp
    • Lorraine 14Ac Antarès – 14 cylinder radial 500 hp
  • Lorraine 14E – 14 cylinder radial 470 hp[65]
  • Lorraine 18F Sirius
  • Lorraine 18G Orion – W-18
  • Lorraine 18K – W-18
    • Lorraine 18Kd
  • Lorraine-Dietrich 18Kd
  • Lorraine 24 – W-24 1,000 hp
  • Lorraine 24E Taurus – 24 cyl 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

Lotarev[]

(Vladimir Lotarev) (see also Ivchenko-Progress)

  • Lotarev D-36[17]
  • Lotarev D-136[17]
  • Lotarev D-236-T

Loughead Aircraft Mfg Co[]

  • Loughead XL-1

Lucas[]

(Lucas Aerospace)

Lycoming[]

(Division of Textron)

File:AEIO 540.jpg

Lycoming O-540

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Lyulka[]

Source:Gunston.[8]

  • Lyulka TR-1
  • Lyulka AL-5
  • Lyulka AL-7
  • Lyulka AL-21
  • Lyulka AL-31
  • Lyulka TS-31M[66]

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M[]

M&D Flugzeugbau[]

  • M&D Flugzeugbau TJ-42[67]

MacClatchie[]

  • MacClatchie X-2 Panther

Macchi[]

  • Macchi MB.2 – 3.cyl

Macomber Avis Engine Co[]

(a.k.a. Macomber Rotary Engine Company)

  • Macomber Avis 50-60hp Barrel rotary

MAN-Rolls-Royce[]

  • MAN-Rolls-Royce RB.193
  • MAN-Rolls-Royce RB.153
  • MAN-Rolls-Royce RB.145
  • MAN-Rolls-Royce 6012
  • MAN-Rolls-Royce 6022

Manfred Weiss[]

(Mannfred Weiss Flugzeug und Motorenfabrik)

  • Manfred Weiss Soport 1
  • Manfred Weiss Sp III

Manly[]

  • Manly 52.4hp

Marchetti[]

  • Marchetti A

Marlin-Rockwell[]

  • Marlin-Rockwell 72hp

Marquardt Corporation[]

  • Marquardt PJ40 Pulsejet
  • Marquardt PJ46 Pulsejet
  • Marquardt RJ30 Ramjet
  • Marquardt RJ31 Ramjet
  • Marquardt RJ34 Ramjet
  • Marquardt RJ39 Ramjet
  • Marquardt RJ43[7] Ramjet
  • Marquardt RJ57[7] Ramjet
  • Marquardt RJ59[7] Ramjet
  • Marquardt MA-19[38]
  • Marquardt MA-20[7][38]
  • Marquardt C-20
  • Marquardt C-30
  • Marquardt C-48
  • Marquardt model C-20-85C

Martin[]

(Glenn L. Martin Motors Co.)

  • Martin 133? typo?
  • Martin 333[68]
  • Martin 8200

Maru[]

  • Maru Ka10

Mathis[]

Mawen[]

(Mawen S.A.)

  • Mawen 150hp rotary[16]
  • Mawen 350hp rotary[16]
  • Mawen 700hp two row rotary[16]

Maximotor[]

  • Maximotor 50hp
  • Maximotor 60-70hp
  • Maximotor 70-80hp
  • Maximotor 80-100hp
  • Maximotor 100hp
  • Maximotor 120hp
  • Maximotor 150hp

Maybach[]

  • Maybach AZ (1909): 140 hp ({{{3}}} {{{4}}})[71]
  • Maybach DW 1914: 160 hp ({{{3}}} {{{4}}})[71]
  • Maybach IR 1914: 160 hp ({{{3}}} {{{4}}})[71]
  • Maybach CX 1915: 210 hp ({{{3}}} {{{4}}})[71]
  • Maybach HS 1915: 240 hp ({{{3}}} {{{4}}})[71]
  • Maybach HS D
  • Maybach HS-Lu
  • Maybach Mb.III – a new designation for the existing Maybach IR engine[72]
  • Maybach Mb.IV – a new designation for the existing Maybach HS engine[72]
  • Maybach Mb.IVa
  • Maybach 300hp 6-inline Mb.IVa???[6]

Mayo[]

  • Mayo 1915 (6LW)

McCulloch[]

(McCulloch Motors Corporation)

  • McCulloch MC101
  • McCulloch 104-100[7]
  • McCulloch O-90
  • McCulloch O-100[38]
    • McCulloch O-100-1[38]
    • McCulloch O-100-2[38]
  • McCulloch O-150[38]
    • McCulloch O-150-2[38]
    • McCulloch O-150-4[7]
  • McCulloch 4318A 0-100-1[38]
  • McCulloch 4318B 0-100-2[38]
  • McCulloch 4318E[7]
  • McCulloch 6150 0-150-2[7]
  • McCulloch 6318 0-150-2[38]

McDonnell[]

  • McDonnell PJ42 Pulsejet

McDowell[]

  • McDowellTwin-Piston

Mead[]

  • Mead 50hp

Mekker[]

  • Mekker Sport

Menasco[]

(Menasco Motors Company) Source:Gunston[8] except where noted

  • Menasco A-4 Pirate
  • Menasco A-6 Buccaneer
  • Menasco B-2
  • Menasco B-4 Pirate
  • Menasco B-6 Buccaneer
  • Menasco C-4 Pirate
  • Menasco C-6 Buccaneer[16]
  • Menasco C-6S Super Buccaneer
  • Menasco D-4 Pirate[73]
  • Menasco D-4B Super Pirate[73]
  • Menasco D-6S Super Buccaneer[73]
  • Menasco M-50
  • Menasco U-2 Unitwin[16]
  • Menasco-Salmson B-2
  • Menasco L-365
  • Menasco XIV-2040 12 cylinder
  • Menasco XH-4070 24 cylinder 6"x6"=4071.5
  • Menasco RJ37 'A-J-20' Ramjet

Mengin[]

  • Mengin Type B
  • Mengin 30/35hp[16]
  • Mengin 45/54hp G.H.M.[16]

Mercedes[]

see: Daimler-Benz

Métallurgique[]

Data from:[10]

  • Métallurgique 32hp 4-cyl in-line 100 x (150 mm)
  • Métallurgique 40hp 4-cyl in-line 85 x (130 mm)[5]
  • Métallurgique 48hp 4-cyl in-line 125 x (150 mm)
  • Métallurgique 60hp 4-cyl in-line 100 x (150 mm)[5]
  • Métallurgique 90hp 4-cyl in-line 125 x (150 mm)[5]

Meteormotor[]

  • Meteormotor 20-25hp

Meteor[]

(Meteor S.p.A. Constuzioni Aeronautiche)

  • Meteor G 80cc[7]
  • Meteor Alfa 1[7]
  • Meteor Alfa 1 AQ[7]
  • Meteor Alfa 2[7]
  • Meteor Alfa 2 AQ[7]
  • Meteor Alfa 2 V[7]
  • Meteor Alfa 3[7]
  • Meteor Alfa 3 AQ[7]
  • Meteor Alfa 4[7]
  • Meteor Alfa 4 V[7]
  • Meteor Alfa 5[7]

Metropolitan-Vickers[]

  • Metrovick F.1
  • Metrovick F.2 Freda
  • Metrovick F.2/2
  • Metrovick F.2/3
  • Metrovick F.2/4 Beryl
  • Metrovick F.3
  • Metrovick F.5
  • Metrovick F.9 Sapphire

Metz[]

  • Metz 125hp

Michel[]

  • Michel 4A-14
  • Michel RAT-3[74] 100 hp

Michigan[]

  • Michigan 196.35ci
  • Michigan Rover

Microturbo[]

  • Microturbo SG 18
  • Microturbo TRS 18[75]
  • Microturbo TRS 25
  • Microturbo TRI 40
  • Microturbo TRI 60
  • Microturbo TRI 80
  • Microturbo J403
  • Microturbo Cougar
  • Microturbo Eclair[76]
  • Microturbo Eclair II
  • Microturbo Lynx
  • Microturbo Noelle[76] (starter)
  • Microturbo Emeraude[76] (starter)
  • Microturbo Espandon[76] (starter)
  • Microturbo Saphir 007[76] (starter)

Miese[]

Data from:[10]

  • Miese 100hp 8-cyl radial? 5.12" x 5.12"

Mikulin[]

(Alexander Alexandrovich Mikulin)

  • Mikulin AM-3M
  • Mikulin AM-13
  • Mikulin AM-34
  • Mikulin AM-35
  • Mikulin AM-37
  • Mikulin AM-38
  • Mikulin AM-39
  • Mikulin AM-42
  • Mikulin RD-3M
  • Mikulin M-17
  • Mikulin M-209

Mikulin-Stechkin[]

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

  • AMBS-1

Milwaukee Tank[]

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

Miller[]

  • Miller 22hp radial

Minié[]

Data from:[77] (Établissements Minié, Colombes, Seine, France)

  • Minié 4 B0 Horus
  • Minié 4 D0 Horus
  • Minié 4.D4 Horus
  • Minié 4 E0 Horus
  • Minié 4 E2 Horus
  • Minié 4.DA.28 Horus
  • Minié 4.DF.28 Horus
  • Minié 4.DA.25 Horus
  • Minié 4.DC.3
  • Minié 4.DC.32
  • Minié 4.DG.00

Mistral Engines[]

  • Mistral G-190
  • Mistral G-200
  • Mistral G-230
  • Mistral G-300
  • Mistral G-360
  • Mistral K-200
  • Mistral K-300

Mitsubishi[]

Source:

  • (note: (Jap:ハ Ha) – (Jap:エンジン Hatsudoki) (engine))
  • Mitsubishi Hi
  • Mitsubishi Shinten (Shinten 震天)
  • Mitsubishi Zuisei (Zuisei 瑞星)
  • Mitsubishi Kinsei (Kinsei 金星)
  • Mitsubishi Kasei (Kasei 火星)
  • Mitsubishi KR-10 (Tokuro-2 Rocket)
  • Mitsubishi Nu-Go
  • Mitsubishi Ha-6 (Kinsei 金星)
  • Mitsubishi Ha-26 (Zuisei 瑞星)
  • Mitsubishi Ha-42
  • Mitsubishi Ha-43
  • Mitsubishi Ha101
  • Mitsubishi Ha-102
  • Mitsubishi Ha104
  • Mitsubishi Ha211
  • Mitsubishi Ha214
  • Mitsubishi Tokuro-3 (Rocket)
  • Mitsubishi Army Type 4 1,250 hp Air-cooled Radial (Kasei 火星)
  • Mitsubishi Army Type 97 850 hp Air-cooled Radial (Zuisei 瑞星)
  • Mitsubishi Army Type 101 1,080 hp Air-cooled Radial (Zuisei 瑞星)
  • Mitsubishi A.14
  • Mitsubishi MK9

Monnett[]

(Monnett Experimental Aircraft), Data from:'[78]

  • 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[]

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

Mors[]

Data from:[10]

  • Mors 30hp V-4 3.94" x 5.12"

Motor Sich[]

  • Motor Sich MS-500V

MOTORAV Industria[]

Motorlet[]

  • Motorlet M-701
  • Motorlet M-601[17]
  • Motorlet M-602
  • Motorlet M-20

Mozhaiskiy[]

  • Mozhaisky gas fired machine[37]

MTR[]

  • MTR390

MTU Aero Engines[]

  • 720
  • 721
  • 730
  • 6012
  • 6022

Mudry[]

(Moteurs Mudry-Buchoux)

Murray-Willat[]

  • Murray Ajax
  • Murray Atlas
  • Murray-Willat 35hp
  • Murray-Willat 90hp

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N.A.G.[]

(Neue Automobil-Gesellschaft mbH)

  • NAG 40hp 4-cyl in-line
  • NAG C.III

Nagel[]

  • Nagel 444

Nakajima[]

Source:

  • (note: (Japanese:ハ Ha) – (Japanese:エンジン Hatsudoki) (engine))

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Napier[]

Sources: Piston engines, Lumsden,[2] gas turbine and rocket engines, Gunston.[8]

  • Napier Cub
  • Napier Culverin
  • Napier Cutlass[10]
  • Napier Dagger
  • Napier E.237 – Submission to the NGTE specification TE 10/56
  • Napier Eland
  • Napier Gazelle
  • Napier Javelin
  • Napier Lion
  • Napier Lioness
  • Napier Naiad
  • Napier Nomad
  • Napier NSc.1 Scorpion
  • Napier NScD.1 Double Scorpion
  • Napier NScT.1 Triple Scorpion
  • Napier Oryx
  • Napier Rapier
  • Napier RJTV (Ramjet test Vehicle)
  • Napier Sabre
  • Napier Sea Lion (marinised Lions)

Narkiewicz[]

( Wiktor Narkiewicz)

  • Narkiewicz WN-1
  • Narkiewicz WN-2
  • Narkiewicz WN-3
  • Narkiewicz WN-4

National Aerospace Laboratory of Japan[]

  • MITI/NAL FJR710

National[]

  • National 35

N.E.C.[]

(New Engine Co.)

  • N.E.C. 1910 2-cyl 2-stroke
  • N.E.C. 1910 60hp 6-cyl 2-stroke
  • N.E.C. 40hp 4-cyl 2-stroke
  • N.E.C. 50hp 4-cyl 2-stroke
  • N.E.C. 100hp 6-cyl 2-stroke(1912)
  • N.E.C. 69.6hp 4-cyl 2-stroke[10]

Nelson[]

(Nelson Aircraft Corporation)

  • Nelson 60hp 4-stroke[17]
  • Nelson 120hp 4-stroke[17]
  • Nelson 150hp 4-stroke[17]
  • Nelson H-44
  • Nelson H-49
  • Nelson H-59[38]
  • Nelson H-63
  • Nelson O-65

Nihonnainenki[]

  • Nihonnainenki Semi

Noel Penny Turbines[]

  • Noel Penny NPT151[17]
  • Noel Penny NPT301[17]
  • Christmas Penny Turbines Turbojet NPT301 LTD

Nord[]

(Nord-Aviation)

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

Normalair-Garrett[]

(Normalair-Garrett Ltd. – NGL)

Northrop[]

Source:Gunston.[8]

  • Northrop Model 4318F[17]
  • Northrop O-100[17]
  • Northrop Turbodyne XT-37

Norton[]

  • Norton O-113

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O[]

Oberursel[]

  • Oberursel U.0
  • Oberursel U.I
  • Oberursel U.III
  • Oberursel Ur.II
  • Oberursel Ur.III

Orenda[]

Source:Gunston.[8]

  • Avro Canada Orenda
  • Avro Canada Chinook
  • Orenda Iroquois

Orenda[]

(not related to Orenda Engines)

  • Orenda OE600

Orlo[]

  • Orlo B-4
  • Orlo B-6
  • Orlo B-8

OKL[]

(Ośrodek Konstrukcji Lotniczych WSK Okęcie)

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

Otto[]

  • Otto 200hp 8 in-line[6]

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P[]

Packard[]

Source:Gunston.[8][80]

  • Packard 1A-258 1922 single
  • Packard 1A-744 1919 V-8(60)
  • Packard 1A-825 1921 V-8(60)
  • Packard 1A-905
  • Packard 1A-1100 Liberty L-8
  • Packard 1A-1116 1919 V-12(60)
  • Packard 1A-1237 1920 V-12(60)
  • Packard 2A-1237 1923 V-12(60) proposed, built?
  • Packard 1A-1300 1923 V-12(60)
  • Packard DR-1340 1932 R-9(D) 2-cycle
  • Packard 1A-1464 1924 V-12(60) 1st redesign of 1A-1300
  • Packard 1A-1500 1924 V-12(60)
  • 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 DR-1655 1932 R-9(D) Exp. Diesel
  • Packard 1A-2025 1920 V-12(60)
  • Packard 1A-2200 1923 V-12(60) (made as 6 cyl.)
  • Packard 1A-2500 1924 V-12(60)
  • Packard 2A-2500 1925 V-12(60)
  • Packard 3M-2500 – marine version
  • Packard 3A-2500 1926 V-12(60)
  • Packard 4M-2500 – marine version
  • Packard 4A-2500 1927 V-12(S60)
  • Packard 5M-2500 – marine version
  • Packard 5A-2500 193? V-12(S60) experimental
  • Packard 1A-2775 1928 X-24(S60) supercharged & un-supercharged
  • Packard 2A-2775 1935 X-24(S60) exp. supercharged
  • 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-1520 1932 R-9(D) 2-cycle
  • Packard X-2775
  • Packard 299 1916 V-12(60) “299” racer engine
  • Packard 452 1917 IL-6 6 cyl. aero exp.
  • Packard 905-1 1916 V-12(40)
  • Packard 905-2 1917 V-12(40)
  • Packard 905-3 1917 V-12(40) called 1A-905
  • Packard IL-6 (1A-1551)
  • Packard L-8 1917 V-8(45) (Packard 1A-1100)
  • Packard L-12 1917 Liberty engines
  • Packard L-12E 1918 U-12 Duplex – 2 crankshafts
  • Packard V-1650 Rolls-Royce Merlin
  • Packard Merlin 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 jet built up to that time

Palmer[]

  • Palmer 80hp

Panhard & Levassor[]

Source:[81] (Société Panhard & Levassor) (N.B. The Panhard & Levassor engines were used in motorcycles, cars, airships, and aircraft) Template:Columns-list

Parker[]

  • Parker 1912 3 cyl
  • Parker 1912 6 cyl

Parodi[]

(Roland Parodi)

PBS[]

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

  • PBS- TJ100[82]
  • PBS Velka Bites ÒÅ 50Â[83]

Pegasus Aviation[]

  • Pegasus PAL 95

Per Il Volo[]

  • Per Il Volo Top 80

Peterlot[]

  • Peterlot 80hp 7-cyl radial

Phillips[]

  • Phillips 333 (Martin 333)
  • Phillips 500

Piaggio[]

Data from:Italian Civil & Military Aircraft 1930–1945[9] & Jane's 1938[16] (note: the R is for Riduttori – reduction geared, and the C is for Compressore – supercharged)

  • Piaggio P.II (Armstrong Siddely Lynx)
  • Piaggio Stella P.VII
    • Piaggio Stella P.VII C.16
    • Piaggio Stella P.VII C.35
    • Piaggio Stella P.VII C.45
    • Piaggio Stella P.VII R.C.10
    • Piaggio Stella P.VII R.C.35
    • Piaggio Stella P.VII Z
  • Piaggio Stella P.IX
    • Piaggio Stella P.IX R.C.
    • Piaggio Stella P.IX R.C.10
    • Piaggio Stella P.IX R.C.40
  • Piaggio P.X
    • Piaggio P.X R.C.10
    • Piaggio P.X R.C.
    • Piaggio P.X R.C.35[16]
  • Piaggio P.XI
  • Piaggio P.XII
  • Piaggio P.XV
    • Piaggio P.XV R.C.45
    • Piaggio P.XV R.C.60
    • Piaggio P.XV R.C.60/2v
  • Piaggio P.XVI
    • Piaggio P.XVI R.C.35
  • Piaggio P.XIX
    • Piaggio P.XIX R.C.45 Turbine
  • Piaggio P.XXII
  • Piaggio-Jupiter VI
  • Piaggio-Jupiter VII
  • Piaggio Jupiter
  • Piaggio Lycoming

Pierce[]

  • Pierce B

Pieper[]

(Pieper Motorenbau GmbH)

  • Pieper Stamo MS 1500[17]
  • Pieper Stamo 1000[17]

Pipe[]

Data from:[10]

  • Pipe 50hp V-8 3.94 X (3.94 in)[5]
  • Pipe 110hp V-8[5]

Pobjoy[]

Source: Lumsden.[2]

  • Pobjoy R
  • Pobjoy P
  • Pobjoy Cataract
  • Pobjoy Cascade
  • Pobjoy Niagara

Poinsard[]

  • Poinsard 25hp 2-cyl

Porsche[]

  • Porsche 678
  • Porsche 702
  • Porsche PFM 3200
  • Porsche 109-005
  • Porsche YO-95-6

Potez[]

(Société des Avions et Moteurs Henri Potez)

Pouit[]

  • Pouit S-4

PowerJet[]

  • PowerJet SaM146

Power Jets[]

(Power Jets Ltd.)

  • Power Jets WU
  • Power Jets W.1
  • Power Jets W.1(T)
  • Power Jets W.1(3)
  • Power Jets W.1X
  • Power Jets W.1A
  • Power Jets W.2
  • Power Jets W.2Y
  • Power Jets W.2B
  • Power Jets W.2B/23
  • Power Jets W.2/700
  • Power Jets W.2/800
  • Power Jets W.2/850
  • General Electric I-16

Poyer[]

  • Poyer 3-40
  • Poyer 3-50

Praga[]

Source:Jane's All the World's Aircraft 1938[16]

  • Praga B
  • Praga D
  • Praga DH
  • Praga ES
  • Praga ESV
  • Praga ESVK

Pratt & Whitney[]

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Pratt & Whitney Canada[]

(United Aircraft of Canada)

File:P&W PT6.jpg

Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6

  • Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6
  • Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6T
  • Pratt & Whitney Canada JT15D
  • Pratt & Whitney Canada PW100
  • Pratt & Whitney Canada PW200
  • Pratt & Whitney Canada PW300
  • Pratt & Whitney Canada PW500
  • Pratt & Whitney Canada PW600
  • Pratt & Whitney Canada T74
  • Pratt & Whitney Canada T101
  • Pratt & Whitney Canada T400

Pulch[]

(Otto Pulch)

Pulsar[]

  • Pulsar Aeromaxx 100

PZI[]

(Państwowe Zakłady Inżynieryjne - National Engineering Works)

  • P.Z. Inż. Junior 120 hp
  • P.Z. Inż. Major
  • P.Z. Inż. Minor

PZL[]

(Państwowe Zakłady Lotnicze)

PZL-Wytwórnia Silników[]

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Q[]

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