Piston-Engines

This is an alphabetical list of aircraft engines by manufacturer.

List of aircraft engines
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Contents

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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]

ABECO

Source: RMV[1]

  • ABECO GEM

Aberg

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]

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

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

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.

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]

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

Allis-Chalmers

Source: Gunston[8]

Allison

Almen

  • Almen A-4

Alvis

Source: Lumsden[2]

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

  • 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]

  • 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]


Piston Engines

Gas turbines

Rocket engines

Armstrong-Whitworth

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

Arrow

  • Arrow F V-8

Arrow SNC

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

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)

Aviadvigatel

AMT

(Aviation Microjet Technology)

A.V. Roe

  • A.V. Roe 20hp 2-cyl.[2]

Avro

  • Avro Alpha[2]

Avro Canada

Source:Gunston[8]

Axelson

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

Axial Vector Engine Corporation

  • Dyna-Cam

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]

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]

Benz

Source:Gunston[8]

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]

Blackburne

(Burney and Blackburne) Source: Lumsden[2]

Bloch

(Avions Marcel Bloch)

BMW

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

Boeing

Source:Pelletier[24] 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

Brandner

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]

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)

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

  • 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[25]
  • Burlat 1910 8cyl. 65-70hp rotary 65–70 hp @ 1800 rpm, 120 mm x 120 mm, 120 kg, 11000F[25]
  • Burlat 1910 16cyl. 65-70hp rotary 140 hp @ 1750 rpm, 120 mm x 120 mm, 230 kg, 22000 F[25]

C

CAC

(Commonwealth Aircraft Corporation)

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

Cal-Aero

( Cal-aero Institute, California)

  • Cal-Aero XLC-1[26]

Campini

Source:Gunston[8]

CANSA

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

  • CANSA C.80[9]

Carden Aero Engines

Source:Ord-Hume.[27]

  • 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

Chaise

(Societe Anonyme Omnium Metallurgique et Industriel / Etablissements Chaise et Cie)[28]

  • 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]

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[29]
  • Chevrolair 1923 Water-cooled in-line 4 upright[29]
  • Chevrolair D-4
  • Chevrolair D-6[30]

Chevrolet

CAREC

(China National Aero-Engine Corporation)

  • CAREC WP-11

Chotia

Christmas Penny Turbines

Chrysler

Cicaré Aeronáutica

  • Cicaré 4C2T

Cieslak

Cirrus

Source:Gunston[8]

Cisco Motors

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

  • Clêrget 50hp 7-cyl water-cooled radial (1907)[32]
  • Clêrget 200hp V8 60° V in-line water-cooled (1908)[32]
  • Clêrget 2K[32]
  • Clêrget 4V 40 hp 4-cyl in-line water-cooled (1908)[32]
  • Clêrget 4W 40 hp 4-cyl in-line water-cooled (1910)[32]
  • Clêrget 7Y
  • Clêrget 7Z[6]
  • Clêrget 9A (Diesel radial engine)[8][32]
  • Clêrget 9B 130 hp[6]
  • Clêrget 9C[32]
  • Clêrget 9J
  • Clêrget 9Z 110 hp[6]
  • Clêrget 11Eb 200 hp[6]
  • Clêrget 14D[32]
  • Clêrget 14E[32]
  • Clêrget 14F[16][32][33] (Diesel radial engine)
  • Clêrget 14U[32]
  • Clêrget 16H diesel v-16
  • Clêrget 16SS diesel[32]
  • Clêrget 16X[6][32]
  • Clêrget 32 diesel[32]
  • Clêrget Type Transatlantique (H type)[8]
  • Clêrget monocylinder powder powdered coal test engine[32]
  • Clêrget monocylinder 2x variable compression[32]
  • Clêrget monocylinder 4x variable compression[32]
  • Clêrget 180-2T V-8 2x variable compression[32]
  • Clêrget 180-4T V-8 4x variable compression[32]
  • 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[34]

  • 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.


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]

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


Curtiss

Curtiss-Kirkham

Curtiss-Wright

Cuyuna Development Company and 2si

Chinese Aero-engines

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

  • Daimler 1900 flugmotor[13]
  • Daimler 1910 4-cyl. 55hp[13]
  • Daimler-Benz 1926 2-cyl.[16]
  • Daimler-Benz F.2[16]
  • Daimler-Benz 750hp V-12 diesel[16]
  • Mercedes-Benz LOF.6 airship diesel engine
  • Daimler-Benz DB 600
  • Daimler-Benz DB 601
  • Daimler-Benz DB 602 V-16 diesel
  • Daimler-Benz DB 603
  • Daimler-Benz DB 604 (X-24)
  • Daimler-Benz DB 605
  • Daimler-Benz DB 606 (Coupled DB 601)
  • Daimler-Benz DB 607 (Diesel)
  • Daimler-Benz DB 609 (IV-16)
  • Daimler-Benz DB 610 (Coupled DB 605)
  • Daimler-Benz DB 612
  • Daimler-Benz DB 613 (Coupled DB 603G)
  • Daimler-Benz DB 614
  • Daimler-Benz DB 615 (Coupled DB 614)
  • Daimler-Benz DB 616
  • Daimler-Benz DB 617
  • Daimler-Benz DB 618 (Coupled DB 617)
  • Daimler-Benz DB 619 (Coupled DB 609)
  • Daimler-Benz DB 620 (Coupled DB 628)
  • Daimler-Benz DB 621
  • Daimler-Benz DB 622
  • Daimler-Benz DB 623
  • Daimler-Benz DB 624
  • Daimler-Benz DB 625
  • Daimler-Benz DB 626
  • Daimler-Benz DB 627
  • Daimler-Benz DB 628
  • Daimler-Benz DB 629
  • Daimler-Benz DB 630 W-36(Coupled W-18)
  • Daimler-Benz DB 631
  • Daimler-Benz DB 632
  • Daimler-Benz DB 670
  • Daimler-Benz DB 721 (PTL 10)
  • Daimler-Benz DB 730 (ZTL 6)[13]
  • Daimler-Benz 109-007 (Turbofan)[13]
  • Daimler-Benz 109-016 (Turbojet)
  • Daimler-Benz 109-021 (Turbojet)
  • Daimler-Benz PTL 6[7]
  • Daimler-Benz PTL 10
  • Daimler-Benz ZTL 6[13]
  • Daimler-Benz ZTL 6000
  • Daimler-Benz ZTL 6001
  • Daimler-Benz ZTL 109-007
  • Mercedes Typ E4F
  • 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

  • Damblanc-Mutti 165hp[37]

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]


Piston engines

Gas turbines

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

Dobrynin

Source:Gunston[8]

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

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]

EMG

(EMG Engineering Company – Eugene M. Gluhareff)

  • Gluhareff G8-2[17]

Engine Alliance

ENMA

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

E.N.V.

Source:Tagg[10][42]

  • 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]

Europrop

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

Fairdiesel

  • Fairdiesel barrel engine

Fairey

Source: Lumsden[2]

Farcot

Data from:[10]

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

Farina

(S.A. Stabilimenti Farina)

Farman

Source:Liron[44][45]

  • 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]

  • Fiat twin Airship engine[6]
  • Fiat V-8 ca. 1919 400 hp?[6]
  • Fiat SA8/75
  • Fiat S.55
  • Fiat A.10
  • Fiat A.12
  • Fiat A.14
  • Fiat A.15
  • Fiat A.20
    • Fiat A.20 A.Q.
  • Fiat A.22
    • Fiat A.22 R
    • Fiat A.22 T
  • Fiat A.24
    • Fiat A.24 R
  • Fiat A.25
  • Fiat A.30
    • Fiat A.30 R.A.
    • Fiat A.30 R.A.bis
  • Fiat A.33
    • Fiat A.33 R.C.35
  • Fiat A.50
    • Fiat A.50 S
  • Fiat A.53
  • Fiat A.54
  • Fiat A.55[16]
  • Fiat A.58[16]
  • Fiat A.59
    • Fiat A.59 R
    • Fiat A.59 R.C.
  • Fiat A.60
  • Fiat A.70
    • Fiat A.70 S
  • Fiat A.74
    • Fiat A.74 R.C.38
    • Fiat A.74 R.C.42
  • Fiat A.76
    • Fiat A.76 R.C.40
  • Fiat A.78[16]
  • Fiat A.80
    • Fiat A.80 R.C.20
    • Fiat A.80 R.C.41
  • Fiat A.82
    • Fiat A.82 R.C.42S
  • Fiat A.83
    • Fiat A.83 R.C.24/52
  • Fiat AS.2 Schneider Trophy 1926
  • Fiat AS.3
  • Fiat AS.5 Schneider Trophy 1929
  • Fiat AS.6 Schneider Trophy 1931
  • Fiat AS.8
  • Fiat RA.1000
  • Fiat RA.1050 R.C.58 Tifone
  • Fiat ANA Diesel – six in-line, water-cooled – 220 hp
  • Fiat AN.1 Diesel
  • Fiat AN.2 Diesel
  • Fiat 4002
  • Fiat 4004
  • Fiat 4023
  • Fiat 4024
  • Fiat 4301
  • Fiat 4700

Firewall Forward Aero Engines

Flader

Source:Geen and Cross[46]

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

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[47]

Garuff

  • Garuff A – aircraft diesel engine

GE Honda Aero Engines

General Aircraft Ltd.

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

General Electric

General Electric/Rolls-Royce

General Motors Research

  • General Motors Research X-250[21]

General Ordnance

  • General Ordnance 200hp V-8[6]

Giannini

Gluhareff

(Eugene Gluhareff)

  • Gluhareff EMG G8-2-130[48]

Glushenkov

Source:Gunston.[8]

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

Gnome et Rhône

Source:[8][10] except where noted


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[42] 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.[40]

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)[49]

  • Gyro Model K "Duplex (Circa 1914)" Engine[49]
  • Gyro Model L "Duplex (Circa 1914)" Engine[49]

H

HAL

(Hindustan Aeronautics Limited)

  • HAL PTAE-7

Hall-Scott

Source:Gunston 1989[8] except where noted

  • Hall-Scott 60 hp
  • Hall-Scott A-1[50]
  • 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

  • Hart 150hp[2]

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]

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[51]
  • Hiero 145hp[52]
  • Hiero 200hp (V-8? or inline 6?)[53]
  • Hiero 8 200 hp inverted V-8[53]

Hiller

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

Hiller Aircraft

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[54]
  • Hiro Type 61 (typo?)
  • Hiro Type 90 600 hp water-cooled W-12[54]
  • Hiro Type 91 500 hp water-cooled W-12[8][54]
  • Hiro Type 94 1,180 hp water-cooled W-18[54]

Hirth

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

Hispano-Suiza

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


HKS

Hodge

  • Hodge 320hp

Hofer

  • Hofer 10-12hp

Holbrook

  • Holbrook 35hp
  • Holbrook 50hp

Honeywell

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

I

IAE

(International Aero Engines)

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[59]
  • I.Ae. 19R El Indio[59]

IAME

(Ital-American Motor Engineering)

IAR

(Industria Aeronatica Romana)

IHI

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

IL

(Instytut Lotnictwa – Aviation Institute)

  • IL SO-1[17]
  • IL SO-3

ILO

  • ILO F 12/400

Imaer

  • Imaer T2000 M1

Imperial

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

Industria Aeronautică Română

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]

J

Jabiru

Jacobs

Source:Gunston[8] except where noted

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]

J.E.T

(James Engineering Turbines Ltd)

Jetcat

Johnson

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

JPX

Junkers

(Junkers Flugzeug und Motorenwerke / Junkers Motorenbau [Jumo]) Source:Kay[65]

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

(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

Kinner

Source:Gunston[8] except where noted

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[36]

Klimov

Source:Gunston[8] except where noted

KHD

(Deutz and Humboldt-Deutz)

Knox

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

Koerting

  • Koerting Kg IV
  • Koerting 8 SL

Kolesov

König

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[40]
  • Kostovich 80hp 8-cyl airship engine[40]

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

L

L'Aisle Volante

  • L'Aisle Volante C.C.4[16]

Lambert Engine Division

(Monocoupe Corporation – Lambert Engine Division)

  • Lambert R-266

Lange

Lawrance

  • Lawrance A[8]
  • Lawrance B 60 hp 3-cyl.[6]
  • Lawrance C-2
  • Lawrance J-1[8]
  • Lawrance J-2
  • Lawrance L-2[36]
  • 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[36]
  • Lawrance-Moulton A (France)
  • Lawrance-Moulton B (USA)

Lawrence Radiation Laboratory

Le Rhône

(Société des Moteurs Le Rhône)

  • Le Rhône 7
  • Le Rhône 7A
  • Le Rhône 7B
  • Le Rhône 7B2
  • Le Rhône 9C[36]
  • Le Rhône 9J
  • Le Rhône 9R
  • Le Rhône 9Z
  • Le Rhône 11F
  • Le Rhône 14D[68]
  • 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[40]

LHTEC

Liberty

Source:Gunston[8] except where noted

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]

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][69][70] 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[71]
  • 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)

Lyulka

Source:Gunston.[8]

M

M&D Flugzeugbau

  • M&D Flugzeugbau TJ-42[73]

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

Martin

(Glenn L. Martin Motors Co.)

  • Martin 133? typo?
  • Martin 333[74]
  • 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 (100 kW)[77]
  • Maybach DW 1914: 160 hp (120 kW)[77]
  • Maybach IR 1914: 160 hp (120 kW)[77]
  • Maybach CX 1915: 210 hp (160 kW)[77]
  • Maybach HS 1915: 240 hp (180 kW)[77]
  • Maybach HS D
  • Maybach HS-Lu
  • Maybach Mb.III – a new designation for the existing Maybach IR engine[78]
  • Maybach Mb.IV – a new designation for the existing Maybach HS engine[78]
  • 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[41]
    • McCulloch O-100-1[41]
    • McCulloch O-100-2[41]
  • McCulloch O-150[41]
    • McCulloch O-150-2[41]
    • McCulloch O-150-4[7]
  • McCulloch 4318A 0-100-1[41]
  • McCulloch 4318B 0-100-2[41]
  • McCulloch 4318E[7]
  • McCulloch 6150 0-150-2[7]
  • McCulloch 6318 0-150-2[41]

McDonnell

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[79]
  • Menasco D-4B Super Pirate[79]
  • Menasco D-6S Super Buccaneer[79]
  • 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 mm × 150 mm (3.94 in × 5.91 in)
  • Métallurgique 40hp 4-cyl in-line 85 mm × 130 mm (3.35 in × 5.12 in)[5]
  • Métallurgique 48hp 4-cyl in-line 125 mm × 150 mm (4.92 in × 5.91 in)
  • Métallurgique 60hp 4-cyl in-line 100 mm × 150 mm (3.94 in × 5.91 in)[5]
  • Métallurgique 90hp 4-cyl in-line 125 mm × 150 mm (4.92 in × 5.91 in)[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[80] 100 hp

Michigan

  • Michigan 196.35ci
  • Michigan Rover

Microturbo

  • Microturbo SG 18
  • Microturbo TRS 18[81]
  • Microturbo TRS 25
  • Microturbo TRI 40
  • Microturbo TRI 60
  • Microturbo TRI 80
  • Microturbo J403
  • Microturbo Cougar
  • Microturbo Eclair[82]
  • Microturbo Eclair II
  • Microturbo Lynx
  • Microturbo Noelle[82] (starter)
  • Microturbo Emeraude[82] (starter)
  • Microturbo Espandon[82] (starter)
  • Microturbo Saphir 007[82] (starter)

Miese

Data from:[10]

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

Mikulin

(Alexander Alexandrovich Mikulin)

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:[83] (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:'[84]

  • 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

Mozhaiskiy

  • Mozhaisky gas fired machine[40]

MTR

MTU Aero Engines

  • 720
  • 721
  • 730
  • 6012
  • 6022

Mudry

(Moteurs Mudry-Buchoux)

Murray-Willat

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

N

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))
  • Nakajima Kotobuki (Kotobuki 寿)
  • Nakajima Hikari
  • Nakajima Homare (Homare 誉)
  • Nakajima Mamoru (Mamoru 護)
  • Nakajima Mamoru-Kai
  • Nakajima Sakae (Sakae 栄)
  • Nakajima Ha-1
  • Nakajima Ha-5
  • Nakajima Ha-5 Kai
  • Nakajima Ha-8
  • Nakajima Ha-10
  • Nakajima Ha-15
  • Nakajima Ha-17
  • Nakajima Ha-20
  • Nakajima Ha-23
  • Nakajima Ha-25
  • Nakajima Ha-33 (Kasei 火星)
  • Nakajima Ha-34
  • Nakajima Ha-35 Model 11 (Sakae 栄)
  • Nakajima Ha-35 Model 12 (Sakae 栄)
  • Nakajima Ha-39
  • Nakajima Ha-41
  • Nakajima Ha-44
  • Nakajima Ha-45
  • Nakajima Ha-46
  • Nakajima Ha-103 (Mamoru 護)
  • Nakajima Ha-107
  • Nakajima Ha-109
  • Nakajima Ha-112
  • Nakajima Ha-115-I (Sakae 栄)
  • Nakajima Ha-115-II (Sakae 栄)
  • Nakajima Ha-117
  • Nakajima Ha-217
  • Nakajima Army Type 97 650 hp Air-cooled Radial (Kotobuki 寿)
  • Nakajima Army Type 97 850 hp Air-cooled Radial
  • Nakajima Army Type 99 975 hp Air-cooled Radial (Sakae 栄)
  • Nakajima Army Type 100 1,260 hp Air-cooled Radial
  • Nakajima Army Type 2 1,450 hp Air-cooled Radial
  • Nakajima Army Type 4 1,900 hp Air-cooled Radial (Homare 誉)
  • Nakajima BA
  • Nakajima NBA
  • Nakajima NBD
  • Nakajima NBH
  • Nakajima NAH
  • Nakajima NAK
  • Nakajima NAL
  • Nakajima / Mitsubishi NAL
  • Nakajima NAM
  • Nakajima NAN
  • Nakajima NAP
  • Nakajima NAR
  • Nakajima NAS
  • Nakajima NAZ
  • Nakajima NWE
  • Nakajima NK-11
  • Nakajima NLH-11
  • Nakajima NK-1 Sakae
  • Nakajima NK-9 Homare

Napier

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

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[41]
  • 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

O

Oberursel

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

Orenda

Source:Gunston.[8]

Orenda

(not related to Orenda Engines)

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]

P

Packard

Source:Gunston.[8][86]

  • 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:[87] (Société Panhard & Levassor) (N.B. The Panhard & Levassor engines were used in motorcycles, cars, airships, and aircraft)

  • Panhard & Levassor 1E 1901 – 80 x 120 mm – 600,cm3 2–3 hp
  • Panhard & Levassor 4F 1901 – 100 x 130 mm – 4,000cm3 – 16–18 hp
  • Panhard & Levassor 4L 1901 – 130 x 130 mm – 6,900cm3 – 30 hp
  • Panhard & Levassor 4M 1901 – 140 x 140 mm – 8,620cm3 – 60–65 hp
  • Panhard & Levassor 2E 1902 – 80 x 120 mm – 1,200cm3 – 5 hp
  • Panhard & Levassor 2R 1902 – 90 x 130 mm – 1,650cm3 – 7 hp
  • Panhard & Levassor 4E 1902 – 80 x 120 mm – 2,400cm3 – 10 hp
  • Panhard & Levassor 4R 1902 – 90 x 130 mm – 3,300cm3 – 15 hp
  • Panhard & Levassor 4I 1902 – 110 x 140 mm – 5,310cm3 – 20–24 hp
  • Panhard & Levassor 4I 1903 – 130 x 140 mm – 7,450cm3 – 35 hp
  • Panhard & Levassor 4M 1903 – 160 x 170 mm – 13,675cm3 – 70 hp
  • Panhard & Levassor 3E 1904 – 80 x 120 mm – 1,800cm3 – 8 hp
  • Panhard & Levassor 4L 1905 – 130 x 130 mm – 6,900cm3 – 30 hp
  • Panhard & Levassor 6M 1905 – 170 x 170 mm – 23,150cm3 – 130 hp
  • Panhard & Levassor 4E 1906 – 80 x 120 mm – 2,400cm3 10 hp
  • Panhard & Levassor 8M 1906 – 170 x 170 mm – 30,870cm3 – 180 hp
  • Panhard & Levassor 4R 1907 – 90 x 130 mm – 3,300cm3 – 15 hp
  • Panhard & Levassor 4F 1907 – 100 x 130 mm – 4,000cm3 – 16–18 hp
  • Panhard & Levassor 4I 1907 – 110 x 140 mm – 5,310cm3 – 20–24 hp
  • Panhard & Levassor 4M 1908 – 170 x 170 mm – 15,435cm3 – 65 hp
  • Panhard & Levassor 4M 1908 – 170 x 170 mm – 15,435cm3 – 80–90 hp
  • Panhard & Levassor 4V 1908 – 155 x 170 mm – 12,800cm3 – 65 hp
  • Panhard & Levassor 6S 1908 – 135 x 140 mm – 12,000cm3 – 65 hp
  • Panhard & Levassor 1I 1909 – 110 x 155 mm – 1,473cm3 – 4–7 hp
  • Panhard & Levassor 4M 1909 – 185 x 200 mm – 21,500cm3 – 120 hp
  • Panhard & Levassor 16Y 1909 – 185 x 200 mm – 86,000cm3 – 700 hp
  • Panhard & Levassor 2I 1910 – 110 x 140 mm – 2,660cm3 – 12–15 hp
  • Panhard & Levassor 4O 1910 – 145 x 160 mm – 10,560cm3 – 50 hp
  • Panhard & Levassor 4E 1911 – 80 x 120 mm – 2,400cm3 – 10 hp
  • Panhard & Levassor 4F 1911 – 100 x 130 mm – 4,000cm3 – 18 hp
  • Panhard & Levassor 4R 1912 – 90 x 130 mm – 3,300cm3 – 15 hp
  • Panhard & Levassor 4I 1912 – 110 x 140 mm – 5,310cm3 – 25 hp
  • Panhard & Levassor 4L 1912 – 125 x 150 mm – 7,360cm3 – 35 hp
  • Panhard & Levassor 12J 1916 – 140 x 170 mm – 31,000cm3 – 220 hp @ 1,300 RPM
  • Panhard & Levassor 12M 1920 – 160 x 170 mm – 43,000cm3 – 350 hp @ 1,600 RPM
  • Panhard & Levassor 16W 1920 165 x 170 mm – 58,000 – 650 hp @ 1,650 RPM (Double V)
  • Panhard & Levassor 4I 1909 110 x 140 mm – 5,320cm3 35–40 hp
  • Panhard & Levassor 6I 1910 110 x 140 mm – 7,980cm3 55 hp
  • Panhard & Levassor 6J 1910 120 x 140 mm – 9,500cm3 65 hp
  • Panhard & Levassor 12L 1926 140 x 170 mm – 31,000cm3 – 550 hp @ 1,500 RPM (sleeve valve)
  • Panhard & Levassor VK12L 1926 140 x 170 mm – 31,000cm3 – 485 hp @ 1,500 RPM (sleeve valve) a.k.a. K122
  • Panhard & Levassor 12W 1926 165 x 170 mm – 25,000cm3 – 525 hp @ 2,130 RPM (sleeve valve)
  • Panhard & Levassor 12L 1930 140 x 170 mm – 31,000cm3 – 450 hp @ 1,500 RPM (sleeve valve)
  • Panhard & Levassor 12M 1930 165 x 170 mm – 43,000cm3 – 500 hp @ 1,600 RPM (sleeve valve)

Parker

  • Parker 1912 3 cyl
  • Parker 1912 6 cyl

Parodi

(Roland Parodi)

PBS

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

  • PBS- TJ100[88]
  • PBS Velka Bites ÒÅ 50Â[89]

Pegasus Aviation

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[convert: unknown unit][5]
  • Pipe 110hp V-8[5]

Pobjoy

Source: Lumsden.[2]

Poinsard

  • Poinsard 25hp 2-cyl

Porsche

Potez

(Société des Avions et Moteurs Henri Potez)

Pouit

  • Pouit S-4

PowerJet

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]

Pratt & Whitney

Pratt & Whitney Canada

(United Aircraft of Canada)

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

Q

Quick

(Quick Air Motors, Wichita KS.)

  • Super Rhone Radial Engine 120-125hp[90]
  • Quick 180hp

R

Radne Motor AB

  • Radne Raket 120

Ranger

(Ranger Engineering, a division of the Fairchild Engine & Airplane Corporation)

Rapp

(Rapp Motorenwerke G.m.b.H.)[6]

  • Rapp 125hp 6-cyl in-line[6]
  • Rapp 150hp 6-cyl in-line[6]

Rasmussen

  • Rasmussen 65hp

Rausenberger

  • Rausenberger 45hp
  • Rausenberger 75hp
  • Rausenberger 150hp
  • Rausenberger 500hp
  • Rausenberger C-12
  • Rausenberger E-6

RBVZ

(RBVZ Russko-Baltiisky Vagon Zavod – Russo-Baltic wagon works)

  • RBVZ-6 (V.V. Kireev)[40]
  • MRB-6 (Igor Sikorskii)[40]

Reaction Motors

  • Reaction Motors LR2
  • Reaction Motors LR6
  • Reaction Motors LR8
  • Reaction Motors LR10
  • Reaction Motors LR11
  • Reaction Motors LR22
  • Reaction Motors LR26
  • Reaction Motors LR30
  • Reaction Motors LR32
  • Reaction Motors LR33
  • Reaction Motors LR34
  • Reaction Motors LR35
  • Reaction Motors LR39
  • Reaction Motors LR40
  • Reaction Motors LR48
  • Reaction Motors LR99

Rearwin

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

Rectimo

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

  • Rectimo 4 AR 1200[17]
  • Rectimo 4 AR 1600

Redrup

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

Regnier

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

  • Regnier 4E.0[91]
  • Regnier 4F
  • Regnier 4L[41]
  • Regnier 4r
  • Regnier 6R

Renault

(Société des Moteurs Renault-Aviation)(Source:[92] and[10])

  • Renault 35-40hp V-4
  • Renault 45hp V-8 3.54" X 4.73"
  • Renault 50hp V-8 3.54" x 5.52"
  • Renault 60hp V-8 3.94" x 4.73"[2]
  • Renault 70hp Type WB[2]
  • Renault 70hp Type WC[2]
  • Renault 80hp Type WS[2]
  • Renault 100hp V-8
  • Renault 130hp V-8
  • Renault 90hp V-12 12D
  • Renault 100hp V-12
  • Renault 120hp V-12
  • Renault 190hp V-12[6]
  • Renault 200hp V-12
  • Renault 220hp V-12 12E
  • Renault 265hp V-12
  • Renault 300hp V-12[6] 12F
  • Renault 320hp V-12[6] 12Fe
  • Renault 4B 25 hp V-4 1910
  • Renault 38.5hp 4-cyl in-line water-cooled[10]
  • Renault 42.5hp 4-cyl in-line water-cooled airship engine[10]
  • Renault 4P
  • Renault 6P
    • Renault 6Pdi
  • Renault 6Q 200 hp
    • Renault 6Q-02 220 hp LH rotation
    • Renault 6Q-03 220 hp RH rotation
    • Renault 6Q-07 233 hp
    • Renault 6Q-09 180 hp
    • Renault 6Q-10 240 hp
  • Renault 7A 100 hp 7 radial
  • Renault 8A 50 hp V-8
    • Renault 8Aa 60 hp V-8
    • Renault 8Ab 70–75 hp V-8
  • Renault 8B 30 hp V-8
  • Renault 8C 70 hp V-8
    • Renault 8Ca 80 hp V8
  • Renault 8G 140 hp V8
    • Renault 8Ga 150 hp V8
    • Renault 8Gb 160 hp V8
    • Renault 8Gc 175 hp V8
    • Renault 8Ge 200 hp V8
  • Renault 8Gd[6] 190 hp
  • Renault 8Gdy 200 hp V8
  • Renault 9A
  • Renault 9C
    • Renault 9Ca 350 hp 9 radial
  • Renault 9F
    • Renault 9Fas
  • Renault 9P
    • Renault 9Pa 250 hp 9 radial
  • Renault 12D
    • Renault 12Da 100 hp
    • Renault 12Db 120 hp V12
    • Renault 12Dc 130 hp V12
  • Renault 12E 200 hp V12
    • Renault 12Eb 220 hp
    • Renault 12Ec 235 hp V12
  • Renault 12F[6]
    • Renault 12Fa 220 hp V12
    • Renault 12Fb 250 hp V12
    • Renault 12Fc 280 hp V12
    • Renault 12Fe 300 hp V12
  • Renault 12H[6]
    • Renault 12Ha 450 hp V12
    • Renault 12Hd 480 hp V12
    • Renault 12He 500 hp V12
    • Renault 12Hg 550 hp V12
  • Renault 12J
    • Renault 12Ja 450 hp V12
    • Renault 12Jb 500 hp V12
    • Renault 12Jc 550 hp V12
  • Renault 12K
    • Renault 12Ka
    • Renault 12Kb 450 hp V12
    • Renault 12Kd
    • Renault 12Ke 500 hp V12
    • Renault 12Kg 550 hp V12
  • Renault 12M 550–650 hp V12
  • Renault 12N
    • Renault 12Ncr 2000 hp
  • Renault 12R 450 hp V-12 inverted
    • Renault 12Rb 470-480hphp
    • Renault 12Rc 500 hp
    • Renault 12Ro 500 hp
  • Renault 12S 480 hp V-12 inverted
  • Renault 12T 600 hp V-12 inverted
  • Renault 18J
    • Renault 18Jbr 700 hp W18
  • Renault Bengali 4
  • Renault Bengali 6
  • Renault Type WB
  • Renault Type WC
  • Renault Type WS

R.E.P.

(Robert Esnault-Pelterie)

  • R.E.P. 24hp 5-cyl. 3.35" x 3.74"
  • R.E.P. 34hp 7-cyl. 3.35" x 3.74"
  • R.E.P. 48hp 10-cyl. 3.35" x 3.74"
  • R.E.P. 1910 60hp 5-cyl.

Rollason

  • Rollason Ardem RTW
  • Rollason Ardem 4 CO2 FH mod

Revmaster

  • Revmaster O-49 2cyl
  • Revmaster Revmaster R-800 2cyl 27 hp (Citroën 2CV)
  • Revmaster O-97 4cyl
  • Revmaster R-1600D VW
  • Revmaster R-1600S
  • Revmaster O-112 4cyl
  • Revmaster R-1831D
  • Revmaster R-1831S
  • Revmaster O-127 4cyl
  • Revmaster R-2100D 65 hp@3200rpm
  • Revmaster R-2100D Turbo 70 hp@3200rpm
  • Revmaster R-2100S 65 hp@3200rpm
  • Revmaster R-2300
  • Revmaster O-181 4cyl
  • Revmaster R-3000D 110 hp@3200rpm

Rex

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

  • Rex rotary engine

RFB

(Rhein-Flugzeugbau GmbH)

Rheinmetall-Borsig

(Rheinmetall-Borsig A.G.)

  • Rheinmetall 109-502[13]
  • Rheinmetall 109-505[13]
  • Rheinmetall 109-515 rocket (solid fuel)[13]
  • Rheinmetall Rheintochter R 1 first stage[13]
  • Rheinmetall Rheintochter R 1 second stage[13]
  • Rheinmetall Rheintochter R 3 first stage[13]

Ricardo

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

Righter Manufacturing

  • Righter O-15[94]
  • Righter O-45

Roberts

  • Roberts 1910 40-52hp
  • Roberts 4-X.
  • Roberts 6-X
  • Roberts 6-Z

Robinson

  • Robinson 60hp
  • Robinson 100hp

Roché

  • Roché L-267

Rocket Propulsion Establishment

  • RPE Gamma

Rocketdyne

Rocky Mountain

  • Rocky Mountain Pegasus

Rolls-Royce Limited

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

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

Rolls-Royce plc

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

Rolls-Royce/Turbomeca

Source:Gunston.[8]

Rolls-Royce/SNECMA



Rotax

Rotec

RotorWay

  • RotorWay RI-162F
  • RotorWay RW-100
  • RotorWay RW-133
  • RotorWay RW-145
  • RotorWay RW-152

Rover

  • Rover W.2B

Rover

  • Rover Wolston
  • Rover T.P.90[7]

Royal Aircraft Factory

Source: Lumsden.[2]

RRJAEL

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

Rumpler

  • Rumpler Aeolus

Ryan-Siemens

  • Ryan-Siemens 9
  • Ryan-Siemens Sh-14

S

SACMA

(Guy Negre)

SAI Ambrosini

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

Salmson

(Societe des Moteurs Salmson)

  • Salmson 3 A Air cooled radial engine
    • Salmson 3 Ad Air cooled radial engine
  • Salmson 5 A Air cooled radial engine
    • Salmson 5 Ac Air cooled radial engine
    • Salmson 5 Ap Air cooled radial engine
    • Salmson 5 Aq Air cooled radial engine
  • Salmson 6 A
    • Salmson 6 Ad
    • Salmson 6 Af
  • Salmson 6 TE
    • Salmson 6 TE.S
  • Salmson 7 A Air cooled radial engine
    • Salmson 7 AC Air cooled radial engine
    • Salmson 7 ACa Air cooled radial engine
    • Salmson 7 Aq Air cooled radial engine
  • Salmson 7 M Air cooled radial engine
  • Salmson 7 O Air cooled radial engine
    • Salmson 7 Om Air cooled radial engine
  • Salmson 8 As.00
  • Salmson 8 As.04[41]
  • Salmson 9 AB Air cooled radial engine
    • Salmson 9ABa Air cooled radial engine
    • Salmson 9ABc Air cooled radial engine
  • Salmson 9 AD Air cooled radial engine
  • Salmson 9 AC
    • Salmson 9 ADb Air cooled radial engine
    • Salmson 9 ADr Air cooled radial engine
  • Salmson 9 AE Air cooled radial engine
    • Salmson 9 AErs Air cooled radial engine
  • Salmson 9 NA Air cooled radial engine
    • Salmson 9 NAs Air cooled radial engine
    • Salmson 9 NC Air cooled radial engine
    • Salmson 9 ND Air cooled radial engine
    • Salmson 9 NE
    • Salmson 9 NH[41] Air cooled radial engine
  • Salmson 11 B Air cooled radial engine
  • Salmson 12 C W-12
  • Salmson 12 V V-12
    • Salmson 12 Vars V-12
  • Salmson 18 A W-18
    • Salmson 18 Ab W-18
  • Salmson 18 C W-18
    • Salmson 18 Cm W-18
    • Salmson 18 Cmb W-18
  • Salmson-Szydlowski SH.18 – 18-cyl 2-stroke radial diesel engine (nine banks of two in-line)[10]
  • Salmson 18 Z
  • Salmson A water-cooled barrel engine
  • Salmson B water-cooled barrel engine
  • Salmson C water-cooled barrel engine
  • Salmson E water-cooled barrel engine
  • Salmson F water-cooled barrel engine
  • Salmson G water-cooled barrel engine
  • Salmson K water-cooled barrel engine
  • Salmson A.7 water-cooled radial engine
  • Salmson A.9 water-cooled radial engine
  • Salmson 2A.9 water-cooled 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[2]
  • Salmson 9.Z water-cooled radial engine
  • Salmson Z9 water-cooled radial engine
  • Salmson 9.Za water-cooled radial engine
  • Salmson 9.Zc water-cooled radial engine
  • Salmson 9.Zm water-cooled radial engine

Saroléa

(Maison Saroléa S.A.)

  • Saroléa V-4[16]
  • Saroléa Albatros[16]
  • Saroléa Aiglon[16]
  • Saroléa Vautour

Saurer

(Adolph Saurer AG)

  • Saurer YS-2
  • Saurer YS-3

Schmidding

  • Schmidding 109-505 rocket (solid fuel)
  • Schmidding 109-513[13]
  • Schmidding 109-533[13]
  • Schmidding 109-543[13]
  • Schmidding 109-553[13]
  • Schmidding 109-563[13]
  • Schmidding 109-573[13]
  • Schmidding 109-593[13]
  • Schmidding 109-603[13]

SCI Aviation

  • R6-80
  • R6-150
  • B4-160

Scott

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

Seld

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

SEPR

(Société d'Etudes pour la Propulsion par Réaction)

  • SEPR 25[7]
  • SEPR 178
  • SEPR 841[7]
  • SEPR 844[7]

Sergant

  • Sergant air-cooled engine

SERMEL

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

Survol - de Coucy

  • Survol - de Coucy "Pygmée" 40 hp

Shenyang

(Shenyang Aircraft Corporation)

  • Shenyang PF-1
  • Shenyang WP-5
  • Shenyang WP-7
  • Shenyang WS-5
  • Shenyang WS-6
  • Shenyang WS-8
  • Shenyang WS-10
  • Shenyang WS-15
  • Shenyang WP-14 Kunlun

Shvetsov

Siddeley-Deasy

Siemens-Halske

(Siemens & Halske AG / Siemens-Bramo)

Silnik

  • Silnik M 11
  • Silnik Sh 14

Simms

  • Simms 51hp V-6 4.33" x 4.33"[10]

Simonini

  • Simonini 200cc
  • Simonini Mini 3
  • Simonini Mini 2+

Skoda

  • Skoda G-594 Czarny Piotruś
  • Skoda L

Skymotors

  • Skymotors 70
  • Skymotors 70A

Smalley

  • Smalley Aero

SMA Engines

SME Aircraft Engine

(Italy[95])

Smith

  • Smith Static[2]
  • Smith 300hp radial ??? any body have a reference?

SMPMC

(South Motive Power and Machinery Complex SMPMC prev Zhuzhou Aeroengine Factory)

  • SMPMC HS-5
  • SMPMC HS-6
  • SMPMC WZ-8
  • SMPMC WZ-9
  • SMPMC WZ-16

SNECMA

(Société Nationale d'Étude et de Construction de Moteurs d'Aviation)

  • SNECMA 12S
  • SNECMA 12T
  • SNECMA 14NC Diesel 1945 1,015hp
  • SNECMA 14R
  • SNECMA 14U 1948 2,200hp
  • SNECMA 14X[41] 1949 850hp
  • SNECMA 14X Super Mars
  • SNECMA 28T 1945 3,500hp
  • SNECMA 32HL 1947 4,000hp
  • SNECMA 36T 1948 4,150hp
  • SNECMA 42T 1946 5,000hp
  • SNECMA M26
  • SNECMA M28
  • SNECMA M45
  • SNECMA M49 Larzac
  • SNECMA M53
  • SNECMA M88
  • SNECMA Atar 101
  • SNECMA Atar 8
  • SNECMA Atar 9
  • SNECMA Hercules
  • Snecma Silvercrest
  • SNECMA-BMW 132Z
  • SNECMA-GR 14M
  • SNECMA-GR 14N
  • SNECMA / Pratt & Whitney TF106
  • SNECMA / Pratt & Whitney TF306
  • SNECMA-Regnier 4L[41]
  • SNECMA-Régnier 4LO
  • SNECMA-Renault 4P
  • SNECMA-Renault 6Q
  • SNECMA Hispano 12B 1950 2,200hp
  • SNECMA Hispano 12Y 1947 900hp
  • SNECMA Hispano 12Z
  • SNECMA Escopette[96]
  • SNECMA Super ATAR

SOCEMA

(Société de Construction et d'Équipments Méchaniques pour l'Aviation)

  • SOCEMA TGA 1[66]
  • SOCEMA TGAR 1008
  • SOCEMA TP.1
  • SOCEMA TP.2

Solar

  • Solar PJ32 pulse-jet
  • Solar T62 Titan
  • Solar T66 free turbine Titan
  • Solar Jupiter (500 hp gas turbine)
  • Solar Mars T45 (50 hp gas turbine)
  • Solar Mercury
  • Solar Saturn[7]
  • Solar T-150[7]

Soloviev

Source:Gunston.[8]

SPA

(Societa Piemontese Automobili)

  • SPA 6A 200 hp 6 in-line

Soverini

(Soverini Freres et Cie)

  • Soverini-Echard 4D[7]
  • Soverini-Echard 4DR[7]

Speer

  • Speer S-2-C

Sperry

  • Sperry WBB 2-stroke

STAL

(Svenska Turbinfabriks AB Ljungström)

  • STAL Dovern

Star

Stark

(Stark Flugzeugbau KG)

  • Stark Stamo 1400[7]

Statax

(Statax Engine Company Ltd. – prev. Statax-Motor of Zurich)

  • Statax 3cyl 10hp axial
  • Statax 5cyl 40hp axial[2]
  • Statax 7cyl 80hp axial[2]
  • Statax 10cyl 100hp axial[2]

Straughan

  • Straughan AL-1000

Studebaker

Studebaker-Waterman

  • Studebaker-Waterman S-1

Sturtevant

  • Sturtevant 1913 40hp
  • Sturtevant 1913 = 60hp
  • Sturtevant 5A-4
  • Sturtevant 5A-4-½ 210 hp[6]
  • Sturtevant 7 300 hp[6]
  • Sturtevant D-4
  • Sturtevant D-6
  • Sturtevant E-6

Subaru

Sunbeam

Source: Lumsden.[2][34]

Superior

  • Superior XP-320
  • Superior XP-360
  • Superior XP-400
  • Superior XP-408
  • Superior Vantage

Svenska Flygmotor

  • Svenska Flygmotor RM5
  • Svenska Flygmotor RM6
  • Svenska Flygmotor RR2[7]
  • Svenska RM8

Szekely

T

TBS

(Turbinenbau Schuberth Schwabhausen GmbH)

Technopower

(Technopower Inc.)

  • Technopower Twin O-101

Teledyne CAE

Thaheld

  • Thaheld O-290 diesel

Termo-Jet

(Thermo-Jet Standard Inc.)

  • Thermo-Jet J7-300[17]
  • Thermo-Jet J8-200[17]
  • Thermo-Jet J10-200[17]
  • Thermo-Jet J13-202[17]

Thielert

Thiokol

(Thiokol Chemical Corporation) Data from:Jane's All the World's Aircraft 1962-3[7]

  • Thiokol LR44
  • Thiokol LR58
  • Thiokol LR62
  • Thiokol LR99
  • Thiokol M6 (TX-136)
  • Thiokol M10 (TX-10)
  • Thiokol M12 (TX-12)
  • Thiokol M16 (TX-16)
  • Thiokol M18 (TX-18)
  • Thiokol M19
  • Thiokol M20 (TX-20)
  • Thiokol M30 (TX-30)
  • Thiokol M33 (TX-33)
  • Thiokol M46
  • Thiokol M51 (TX-131-15)
  • Thiokol M55
  • Thiokol M58 (TX-58)
  • Thiokol TU-122
  • Thiokol TX-135
  • Thiokol TD-174 Guardian
  • Thiokol TE-29 Recruit
  • Thiokol TD-214 Pioneer
  • Thiokol TE-289 Yardbird
  • Thiokol TE-307 Apache

Thomas

  • Thomas 120hp
  • Thomas 8
  • Thomas 88 150 hp[6]
  • Thomas 890

Thorotzkai

(Thorotzkai Péter)[98]

  • Thorotzkai 12hp
  • Thorotzkai 22hp 3cyl. radial
  • Thorotzkai 35hp opposed twin
  • Thorotzkai typ.7 35hp
  • Thorotzkai 120hp

Thunder

(Thunder Engines Inc.)

  • Thunder TE495-TC700[17]

Tips

  • Tips 480hp (18 cyl., 1717.67 ci, air- and water-cooled rotary engine. At rated RPM the crankshaft rotated at 1800 rpm, propeller shaft at 1080 rpm and the engine body at 60 rpm. Cooling was by direct air flow and tubular radiators between the cylinders, with water circulating without hoses or pumps.)

Tips & Smith

  • Tips & Smith Super-Rhône

TNCA

(Talleres Nacionales de Construcciones Aeronáuticas – national aviation workshops)

  • TNCA Aztatl
  • TNCA Trebol

Tokyo Gasu Denki

  • Tokyo Gasu Denki Amakaze
  • Tokyo Gasu Denki Hatakaze
  • Tokyo Gasu Denki Jimpu 3
  • Tokyo Gasu Denki Kamikaze 5A
  • Tokyo Gasu Denki Tempu

Total Engine Concepts

Trace Engines

  • Trace turbocharged V-8

Train

(Établissements E. Train) Source:Jane's All the World's Aircraft 1938[16]

  • Train 2T
  • Train 4T
  • Train 4A
  • Train 4E
  • Train 6T
  • Train 6D

Tumansky

Turbomeca

Source:Gunston[8] except where noted

Turbo Research

Turboméca/HAL

  • HAL/Turboméca Ardiden/Shakti

Turbo-Union

U

Ufimtsev

(A.G. Ufimtsev)

  • Ufimtsev 1908 20hp 2-cyl 2-stroke rotary[40]
  • Ufimtsev 1910 35-40hp 4-cyl contra-rotating rotary[40]
  • Ufimtsev ADU-4 – 60 hp 6-cyl contra-rotating rotary[40]

ULPower

Union

(Union Gas Engine Co.)

  • Union 120hp[6]

UTC

V

Van Blerck

  • Van Blerck 135hp
  • Van Blerck Twin 6

Vedeneyev

Source:Gunston.[8]

Velie

  • Velie M-5
  • Velie ML-9

Verner Motor

Source:Verner Motor range of engines[99]


  • Verner Motor Scarlett mini 3 – 3 cyl radial ( ~ 25hp)
  • Verner Motor Scarlett mini 5 – 5 cyl radial ( ~ 37hp)
  • Verner Motor Scarlett 7H – 7 cyl radial ( ~ 80hp)
  • Verner Motor Scarlett 36Hi ( ~ 100-150hp)
  • Verner Motor JCV 360 ( ~ 35hp)
  • Verner 133M
  • Verner Motor VM 133MK ( ~ 83hp)
  • Verner Motor VM 144Hi ( ~ 78hp)

Viale

(Spirito Mario Viale)

VIJA

  • VIJA J-10A
  • VIJA J-12A
  • VIJA J-12Si
  • VIJA AG-12Si
  • VIJA J-16Ti

Viking

(Viking Aircraft Engines)

  • Viking Aircraft Engines Viking 110

Viking

  • Viking 140hp

Villiers-Hay

(Villiers-Hay Development Ltd.)

  • Villiers-Hay 4-L-318 Maya I
  • Villiers-Hay 4-L-319 Maya II

Vivinus

(Belgium) Data from:[10]

  • Vivinus 32.5hp 4-cyl in-line 4.17" X 4.73"
  • Vivinus 37.5hp 4-cyl in-line 4.42" x 5.12"
  • Vivinus 39.2hp 4-cyl in-line 4.53" x 5.12"

Volkswagen

  • Volkswagen air-cooled engine
  • 1/2 VW
  • Volkswagen O-69
  • Volkswagen VW 1131 ( ~ 26hp) Beetle models from 1946 to 1953. Converters: Ardem, Druine (France).
  • Volkswagen O-73
  • Volkswagen VW 1200 ( ~ 32hp) Beetle models from 1953 to 1965. Converters: Ardem, Druine (France); Rectimo (France); Rollason (UK).
  • Volkswagen O-78
  • Volkswagen VW 1300 ( ~ 42hp) Beetle models from 1965 to 1967. Converters: Rollason (UK); Monnett (US).
  • Volkswagen O-79
  • Volkswagen VW 1287 ( ~ 42hp) Converters: Pollmann, HEPU, KFM (Germany); Ital-American, IAME, KFM (Italy).
  • Volkswagen O-91
  • Volkswagen VW 1500 ( ~ 50hp) Beetle models from 1967 to 1969. Converters: Clutton (UK); Rollason (UK).
  • Volkswagen O-96
  • Volkswagen VW 1556 ( ~ 52hp) see 1/2 VW O-48.
  • Volkswagen O-97
  • Volkswagen VW 1600 ( ~ 53hp) Beetle models from 1969. Converters: Westermayer (Austria); Aeroálcool (Brazil); Rectimo (France); Rollason (UK); Great Plains (US); HAPI (US); Mekker (US); Monnett (US); Preceptor (US); Revmaster (US).
  • Volkswagen O-99
  • Volkswagen VW 1629 ( ~ 54hp). Converters: Ital-American, IAME, KFM (Italy).
  • Volkswagen O-102
  • Volkswagen VW 1679 ( ~ 56hp). Converters: Limbach (Germany); Great Plains (US); HAPI (US); Monnett (US).
  • Volkswagen O-107
  • Volkswagen VW 1756 ( ~ 59hp). Converters: Limbach (Germany); Sauer (Germany).
  • Volkswagen O-108
  • Volkswagen VW 1775 ( ~ 59hp). Converters: Aeropower (Australia); VW Engine Centre (Australia).
  • Volkswagen O-110
  • Volkswagen VW 1800 ( ~ 60hp). Converters: Limbach (Germany).
  • Volkswagen O-111
  • Volkswagen VW 1832 ( ~ 61hp). Converters: Ital-American, IAME, KFM (Italy).
  • Volkswagen O-112
  • Volkswagen VW 1835 ( ~ 62hp). Converters: Aeropower (Australia); Great Plains (US); HAPI (US); Hummel (US); Monnett (US); Preceptor (US); Revmaster (US); Torque Master (US).
  • Volkswagen O-115
  • Volkswagen VW 1883 ( ~ 63hp). Converters: Limbach (Germany).
  • Volkswagen O-117
  • Volkswagen VW 1915 ( ~ 64hp). Converters: Great Plains (US); HAPI (US); Torque Master (US); Valley Engineering (US).
  • Volkswagen O-120
  • Volkswagen VW 1971 ( ~ 66hp). Converters: Limbach (Germany).
  • Volkswagen O-121
  • Volkswagen VW 1995 ( ~ 66hp). Converters: Limbach (Germany).
  • Volkswagen O-122
  • Volkswagen VW 2007 ( ~ 67hp). Converters: Monnett (US).
  • Volkswagen VW 2008 ( ~ 67hp). Converters: Aeropower (Australia); VW Engine Centre (Australia).
  • Volkswagen O-123
  • Volkswagen VW 2013 ( ~ 67hp). Converters: IMAER, Retimotor (Brazil).
  • Volkswagen O-125
  • Volkswagen VW 2049 ( ~ 68hp). Converters: JPX (France).
  • Volkswagen O-127
  • Volkswagen VW 2074 ( ~ 69hp). Converters: Aeropower (Australia); Great Plains (US); Hummel (US); Preceptor (US); Revmaster (US).
  • Volkswagen O-130
  • Volkswagen VW 2138 ( ~ 71hp). Converters: Sauer (Germany).
  • Volkswagen O-131
  • Volkswagen VW 2160 ( ~ 72hp). Converters: VW Engine Centre (Australia).
  • Volkswagen O-132
  • Volkswagen VW 2165 ( ~ 72hp). Converters: HAPI (US).
  • Volkswagen O-133
  • Volkswagen VW 2180 ( ~ 73hp). Converters: AeroVee (US); Great Plains (US); Monnett (US); Preceptor (US); Torque Master (US).
  • Volkswagen O-134
  • Volkswagen VW 2183 ( ~ 73hp). Converters: AeroPrag (Czech Republic).
  • Volkswagen O-139
  • Volkswagen VW 2276 ( ~ 76hp). Converters: Able (US); Great Plains (US); Valley Engineering (US).
  • Volkswagen O-140
  • Volkswagen VW 2287 ( ~ 76hp). Converters: Hummel (US).
  • Volkswagen O-142
  • Volkswagen VW 2325 ( ~ 78hp). Converters: JPX (France).
  • Volkswagen O-143
  • Volkswagen VW 2342 ( ~ 78hp). Converters: VW Engine Centre (Australia).
  • Volkswagen O-144
  • Volkswagen VW 2366 ( ~ 79hp). Converter: Limbach (Germany); Great Plains (US).
  • Volkswagen O-148
  • Volkswagen VW 2424 ( ~ 81hp). Converters: Limbach (Germany).
  • Volkswagen O-151
  • Volkswagen VW 2483 ( ~ 83hp). Converters: Sauer (Germany).
  • Volkswagen O-152
  • Volkswagen VW 2498 ( ~ 83hp). Converters: Able (US).
  • Volkswagen O-153
  • Volkswagen VW 2500 ( ~ 83hp). Converters: Mudry (France).
  • Volkswagen O-160
  • Volkswagen VW 2616 ( ~ 87hp). Converters: Limbach (Germany).
  • Volkswagen O-162
  • Volkswagen VW 2660 ( ~ 89hp). Converters: Sauer (Germany).
  • Volkswagen O-181
  • Volkswagen VW 2962 ( ~ 99hp). Converters: Revmaster (US).

Volvo Aero

von Behren

  • von Behren O-113 Air Horse

W

Walter

(A.S. Walter) Source:Jane's All the World's Aircraft 1938 except where noted.[16]

Walter

(Hellmuth Walter Kommanditgesellschaft)

  • Walter RI-201 "Cold" Take Off Pack
  • Walter RI-203 "Hot" Take Off Pack[13]
  • Walter RII.203[13]
  • Walter RII.211
  • Walter HWK 109-500[13]
  • Walter HWK 109-501[13]
  • Walter HWK 109-502[13]
  • Walter HWK 109-507[13]
  • Walter HWK 109-509[13]
  • Walter HWK 109-559[13]
  • Walter HWK 109-719
  • Walter HWK 109-729[13]
  • Walter HWK 109-739
  • Walter Heimatschützer I
  • Walter Heimatschützer IV
  • Walter Me.109 Climb Assister

Wankel

  • Wankel LCR-407
  • Wankel LCR-814

Warner

  • Warner Junior
  • Warner Scarab
  • Warner Scarab Junior
  • Warner Super Scarab
  • Warner Super Scarab 50
  • Warner Super Scarab 165
  • Warner Super Scarab SS-50
  • Warner Super Scarab SS-50A
  • Warner Super Scarab 185
  • Warner R-420
  • Warner R-500
  • Warner R-550
  • Warner 145
  • Warner 165
  • Warner 185

WASAG

(Westphalisch-Anhaltische Springstoff A.G.)

Weir

(G & J Weir Ltd.)

Weiss

(Weiss Manfréd Repülögép- és Motorgyár Rt – Mannfred Weiss Aircraft company – engine works)

  • Weiss WM Sh 10 – licence built Siemens-Halske Sh 10
  • Weiss WM Sh 11 – licence built Siemens-Halske Sh 11
  • Weiss WM Sh 12 – licence built Siemens-Halske Sh 12
  • Weiss Sport I 100-130hp air-cooled 4-cylinder inline engines
  • Weiss Sport II 100-130hp air-cooled 4-cylinder inline engines
  • Weiss Sport III 100-130hp air-cooled 4-cylinder inline engines
  • Weiss - Bristol Jupiter VI
  • Weiss MW 9K Mistral (520hp Gnome-Rhône 9Krsd)
  • Weiss WM-K-14A (870 hp Gnome-Rhône 14K Mistral Major)
  • Weiss WM-K-14B (910 hp Gnome-Rhône 14K Mistral Major)
  • Weiss-Daimler-Benz DB 605B (for Hungarian built Messerschmitt Me 210Ca-1/C-1s).

Welch

  • Welch O-2 (O-135)

Wells & Adams

  • Wells & Adams 50hp
  • Wells & Adams 135hp

Werner

  • Werner 1911 30hp

West Engineering

  • West Engineering XJ38

Western

  • Western L-7

Westinghouse Electric Corporation

  • Westinghouse J30
  • Westinghouse J32
  • Westinghouse J34
  • Westinghouse J40
  • Westinghouse J43
  • Westinghouse J45
  • Westinghouse J46
  • Westinghouse J50
  • Westinghouse J54
  • Westinghouse J74 (none built?)
  • Westinghouse J81 (Rolls-Royce Soar)
  • Westinghouse T30
  • Westinghouse T70
  • Westinghouse 19XB
  • Westinghouse 24C
  • Westinghouse 40E
  • Westinghouse 9.5A/B

Whitehead

  • Whitehead 1910 40hp
  • Whitehead 1910 75hp

Wickner

  • Wickner Wicko F[2]

Wiley Post

  • Wiley Post AL-1000

Wilksch

(Wilksch Airmotive)

  • Wilksch WAM120
  • Wilksch WAM160

Williams

  • Williams 125hp

Williams

(Williams International)

Winterthur

(The Swiss Locomotive and machine Works)

  • Winterthur V-8[16]
  • Winterthur V-12[16]

Wisconsin

  • Wisconsin 140hp
  • Wisconsin 250

Wojcicli

(S.Wojcicli)

  • Wojcicli 10kg pulsejet>[101]
  • Wojcicli 20kg pulsejet[101]
  • Wojcicli 40kg pulsejet[101]
  • Wojcicli 70kg pulsejet[101]

Wolseley

Source: Lumsden.[2]

  • Wolseley 1908 30 hp 4-cyl.
  • Wolseley 1909 50 hp V-8 air-cooled
  • Wolseley 1909 54 hp V-8 water-cooled 3.74" x 5.00"
  • Wolseley 1911 Type B 80 hp V-8
  • Wolseley 1911 Type C 60 hp V-8
  • Wolseley 1912 160hp V-8
  • Wolseley A.R.7 Aquarius I
  • Wolseley A.R.9 Aries III
  • Wolseley W.4A Python
  • Wolseley W.4A Viper
  • Wolseley W.4B Adder
  • Wolseley Leo
  • Wolseley Libra
  • Wolseley Scorpio

Wopen

(Wopen - Chinese designation for Turbojet)

  • Wopen WP-6
  • Wopen WP-8
  • Wopen WP-9
  • Wopen WP-10
  • Wopen WP-12

WoShan

(Woshan - Chinese designation for Turbofan)

  • WoShan WS-6
  • WoShan WS-10
  • WoShan WS-11
  • WoShan WS-12 Taishan
  • WoShan WS-13 Taishan
  • WoShan WS-15
  • WoShan WS-18

WoZhou

(WoZhou - turboshaft engine)

  • WoZhou WZ-8
  • WoZhou WZ-9
  • WoZhou WZ-16

Wright Aeronautical

Wright Company

  • Wright Vertical 4

Wright-Gypsy

  • Wright-Gypsy L-320

Wright-Hisso

(Wright-Martin / Wright-Hisso))

  • Wright-Hisso A
  • Wright-Hisso E
  • Wright-Hisso H
  • Wright-Hisso I
  • Wright-Hisso T
  • Wright-Hisso 180hp V-8 direct drive
  • Wright-Hisso 220hp V-8 geared drive
  • Wright-Hisso 300hp V-8 geared drive

Wright-Morehouse

  • Wright-Morehouse 2-cyl horizontally opposed 26hp (Lincoln Rocket)

Wright-Siemens

  • Wright-Siemens Sh-14

Wright-Tuttle

  • Wright-Tuttle WT-5

X

XCOR Aerospace

  • XCOR XR-4A3
  • XCOR XR-4K14

Xian

  • Xian WS-9 Qinling
  • Xian Qinling-2

Y

Yamaha Motor Corporation

York

  • York 4-cyl in-line

Yuneec International

(Jinxi Town, Kunshan, Jiangsu, China)

  • Yuneec Power Drive 10
  • Yuneec Power Drive 20
  • Yuneec Power Drive 40
  • Yuneec Power Drive 60

Z

Zanzottera

Z.B.

(Ceskoslovenska Zbrojovka A.S. Brno / Zbrojovka Brno)

Zenoah

Zlin

(Zlinska Letecka Inc.)[104]

  • Zlin Persy
  • Zlin Persy II[105]
  • Zlin Toma 4 (105K) engine

Zoche

  • Zoche Z 01
  • Zoche Z 02
  • Zoche Z 03

Zündapp

(Zündapp-Werke G.m.b.H.)

  • Zündapp Z 9-090
  • Zündapp Z 9-092[13]

Zhuzhou

(Zhuzhou Aeroengine Factory -ZEF now South Motive Power and Machinery Complex (SMPMC))

  • ZEF HS-5
  • ZEF HS-6
  • ZEF WZ-8
  • ZEF WZ-9
  • ZEF WZ-16

References

Notes

Bibliography

Further reading

External links

  • Zlin Website
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