The Germans greatest internal combustion engine of the war was the horse. Suvorov's book; "The Chief Culprit" is a good source to read on the topic.
they(the Germans) should have installed diesel engines(on their tanks)[...]
All of Stalins enemies and allies had to get by with carburetor engines, which made their tanks extremely vulnerable to fires.
According to some experts, the overall fleet of heavy-duty diesel-fueled trucks produces well over 100 ppm of CO, or 0.1%, in their exhaust gases under normal operating conditions.
Friedrich Paul Berg wrote:RtG wrote above: "Berg realizes this ONE SINGLE EXAMPLE (there are others)..." If there are "others,": perhaps RtG can tell us about them.
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Rollo the Ganger wrote:Berg is more than happy to take this argument away from the REAL issue and into an endless argument about diesel tanks [...]
Rollo the Ganger wrote:Then Berg says what has to be the most ignorant thing ever said: "That may have also been the reason for why the Germans never built even one diesel-powered tank in the entire war. They certainly knew how to build the best--but chose not to.".
For all those reading this post, including Jews, here's an exercise for you. Match these diesel engines built by the Germans during WW2 with the tank model it was used in:
1. Maybach HL 120 TRM V-12 Inline Diesel.
2. Daimler-Benz MB517 Diesel
3. VK 3002 DB Diesel
4. Krupp M601 Diesel
5. Maybach HL 210 and HL 230 Diesels. (Hint: "Put a Tiger in your Tank")
No he can't because he is in the cooler for a month as he has broken almost every forum rule.
Two relevant questions for Rollo:
Q - How many jews are you claiming died of Carbon Dioxide poisoning in “homicidal / diesel gas chambers” during the “holocaust?”
Q - At what locations are you claiming these alleged Carbon Dioxide poisonings of jews via “homicidal / diesel gas chambers” took place?
from: John B. Heywood, Internal Combustion Engine Fundamentals (NY: McGraw-Hill, 1988) pages 233-34.Diesel engine exhaust temperatures are significantly lower than spark-ignition exhaust temperatures because of the lean operating equivalence ratio and their higher expansion ratio during the power stroke. [nearly double the ratio for gasoline engines]