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                                                                                  manroland AG · 4 · MAN Museum · 01 · Englisch · 02/2009 · printed in Germany
By car: From the direction of Munich/ Stuttgart Autobahn A8 up to
exit Augsburg Ost. Via Mühlhauser Str./ Hans-Böckler-Str. to MAN
bridge. After the bridge, right at first crossroads (MAN Diesel Tower),
further over on Sebastian Str. to Heinrich-von-Buz-Str. 28

By train: From Augsburg main station by taxi or with the streetcar
route 3 (direction Inninger Str.) resp. route. 4 (direction Augsburg
Nord), at Königsplatz change to route 2 (direction Park & Ride Augs-
burg West, stop Senkelbach).

The MAN Museum is a joint venture of
manroland AG, MAN AG and MAN Diesel SE.

                                                          manroland AG
                                                          MAN Museum
                                                          Heinrich-von-Buz-Straße 28
                                                          86153 Augsburg

                                                                                                                                                                 MAN Museum

       The Museum .................................................................................................... 4 – 5     Since the 19th century manroland and MAN produce printing presses
                                                                                                                                 and diesel engines in Augsburg. The MAN Museum is dedicated to these
       History of MAN und manroland .............................................................. 6 – 9                         two products among other works of MAN engineering in the premises
                                                                                                                                 of the former Research Institute for Mechanics and Design since 1953.
       Characters .................................................................................................... 10 – 11
                                                                                                                                 The production of flatbed presses starting in 1845 and the development
       MAN und manroland Milestones ....................................................... 12 – 15                              of the diesel engine by Rudolf Diesel beginning in 1893 where milesto-
                                                                                                                                 nes of the common history of both companies.
       Tour/Exhibits ............................................................................................... 16 – 26
                                                                                                                                 This tradition of innovations is the basis for the success to create the
       Conference Center ............................................................................................. 27
                                                                                                                                 future with reliable and groundbreaking products and a determined
                                                                                                                                 and inspirational corporate culture.

                                                                                                                                 We are looking forward to your visit at the MAN Museum – a joint
                                                                                                                                 venture of manroland AG, MAN AG and MAN Diesel SE. This brochure
                                                                                                                                 will accompany you on your tour, providing information on the
     Opening hours:                                                                                                              company’s history and more than two centuries of engineering
     By telephone appointment,
     Monday till Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.                                                                                    .
     Phone: +49 (0)821 424-37 91
              +49 (0)821 424-39 12

                                                                                                                                 Thomas Hauser
                                                                                                                                 Vice President Corporate Marketing & Communications and Press Officer

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ThE MusEuM

     The M.A.N. Works Museum was opened in Augsburg on 23rd April 1953            Presented on the first floor are
     in the premises of the former M.A.N. Research Institute for Mechanics
                                                                                    MAN Turbo with various compressor impellers and
     and Design.
                                                                                    MAN DWE with a model of the luxury river-cruiser Mozart.
     Today the MAN Museum presents original exhibits and models reflecting
     the engineering history of manroland AG and the MAN Group.                   Former MAN-companies as MAN Technology and MAN Ferrostaal are
                                                                                  represented with exhibits of the aerospace industry and also with
                                                                                  textual information.
     On the ground floor you will find
                                                                                  The gallery takes you on a photographic journey along through the his-
       manroland with the museum’s oldest exhibit – a manually-operated           tory of manroland and the MAN Group. It is divided into three sections
       flatbed press built in 1846, a rotary press for newspaper printing         and delivers insights into the past and present product range as well as
       from 1877 and further veterans of printing press construction.             into the companies’ social commitment. In the showcases you can see
                                                                                  models of diesel engines and printing presses.
       MAN Diesel with the first experimental diesel engine built between
       1893 and 1895, marking the successful realization of the diesel
       principle and initial proof of its effective performance. Many other
       exhibits illustrate the history of diesel technology, including the sec-
       ond diesel engine sold (1898), a submarine diesel engine (1943) and
       a turbo charger.

       MAN Nutzfahrzeuge with a tractor dating from 1951, as well as
       a historic and a modern commercial vehicle diesel engine.

       RENK with gear units, a coupling as well as a gear wheel for a
       frigate gear unit.

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                                        St. Antony ironworks in 1834. First iron
                                        and steel works in Germany’s Ruhr                                                Maschinenfabrik
                                        region, started running in 1758.                                                 Augsburg in 1882.

     The origins of MAN Group date back to the foundation of two separate          MAN predecessor companies:
                                                                                   1840 Sander’sche Maschinen-Fabrik, Augsburg

     1758 Foundation of St. Antony ironworks in Oberhausen                         1841 Klett & Comp., Nuremberg

     1840 Foundation of Sander’sche Maschinen-Fabrik in Augsburg                   1844 C. Reichenbach’sche Maschinenfabrik, Augsburg

     Following several mergers with other steel and engineering com-               1857 Maschinenfabrik Augsburg
     panies, St. Antony developed to become GHH Gutehoffnungshütte,
                                                                                   1873 Maschinenbau-Actien-Gesellschaft, Nuremberg
     Oberhausen, in 1873. Meanwhile in the south of Germany, Sander’sche
     Maschinen-Fabrik merged several times, giving rise to M.A.N.                  1898 Vereinigte Maschinenfabrik Augsburg und Maschinenbau-
     Maschinenfabrik Augsburg-Nürnberg.                                                 gesellschaft Nürnberg, Augsburg

                                                                                   1908 Maschinenfabrik Augsburg-Nürnberg, Augsburg

     GHH predecessor companies:

     1758 St. Antony ironworks near Osterfeld                                      The paths of the two enterprises crossed in 1920 when GHH acquired a
                                                                                   majority holding in M.A.N., giving rise to a group with extensive activi-
     1782 Gute Hoffnung ironworks, Sterkrade
                                                                                   ties in the steel industry as well as in mechanical and plant engineering.
     1791 Neu Essen ironworks in the Essen Abbey
                                                                                   Having refocused its operations after the Second World War to concen-
     1808 Hüttengewerkschaft und Handlung Jacobi, Haniel & Huyssen,                trate on mechanical engineering and commercial vehicle construction,
          Sterkrade                                                                the GHH Group was completely reorganized in 1986 and renamed in
                                                                                   MAN Aktiengesellschaft. The operating units were restructured to be-
     1873 Gutehoffnungshütte, Actienverein für Bergbau und Hüttenbe-
                                                                                   come independent subsidiaries of MAN Aktiengesellschaft. Today they
          trieb, Sterkrade
                                                                                   represent the divisions of Commercial Vehicles, Diesel Engines, Turbo-
     1953 Gutehoffnungshütte Aktienverein, Oberhausen                              Machines and the majority stake RENK.

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manroland hIsTORY

                                          View of C. Reichenbach’sche Maschi-
                                          nenfabrik, Augsburg in 1846.                                               The old factory in Plauen in 1902.

     The first flatbed press was built in Augsburg in 1845 at the               In 1979 the printing press division of M.A.N. and the then Roland
     C. Reichenbach’sche Maschinenfabrik managed by Carl August                 Offsetmaschinenfabrik Faber & Schleicher merged to form MAN Roland
     Reichenbach and Carl Buz.                                                  Druckmaschinen AG.

     In 1873 the first German rotary press for newspaper printing was           At the third location – Plauen – printing presses have been built since
     developed – after the company had changed its name to Maschinen-           1896 after the predecessor company became the Vogtländische
     fabrik Augsburg Aktiengesellschaft in 1857 and renamed yet again to        Maschinenfabrik (vorm. J. C. & H. Dietrich) A.-G. in 1895. The name was
     Maschinenfabrik Augsburg-Nürnberg – M.A.N. for short in 1908.              changed later to Plauener Maschinenbau-Gesellschaft and this
                                                                                company has been trading as MAN Plamag Druckmaschinen AG since
     In 1871 Louis Faber and Adolf Schleicher founded an Association for the
     Production of Automatic Lithographic Presses and they built their first
     press in the same year: the Albatros. In 1900 the company in Offenbach     MAN Roland Druckmaschinen AG was renamed manroland AG in 2008.
     was renamed Faber & Schleicher AG, and in 1911 it produced the first
     sheetfed offset press that bore the name Roland.

     Faber & Schleicher AG, Offenbach.

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        Carl August Reichenbach.              Carl Buz.                               Heinrich von Buz.                        Rudolf Diesel.

      Carl August Reichenbach                manufactured among other               Rudolf Diesel                             the first time in 1895, efficiency
                                             things in Augsburg. 1864 he                                                      being registered at 16.6 percent.
      Reichenbach (1801 – 1883)                                                     Diesel, born in Paris in 1858 as son of
                                             assigns the company to his son                                                   Thanks to the support of Heinrich
      together with his brother-in-law,                                             German parents, learned about the
                                             Heinrich.                                                                        von Buz, the world’s first opera-
      Carl Buz, takes over Sander’sche                                              poor efficiency of the steam engine
                                                                                                                              tional diesel engine (on display at
      Maschinen-Fabrik in Augsburg in                                               during his studies at TU Munich.
                                             Heinrich von Buz                                                                 the German Museum in Munich)
      1844 after being skilled for all
                                                                                    In 1880, Diesel becomes head of           is built at Maschinenfabrik Augs-
      categories of producing flatbed        Buz (1833 – 1918) joins Maschinen-
                                                                                    the French branch of Professor Carl       burg between 1896 and 1897:
      presses in the company of his          fabrik Augsburg in 1857, which
                                                                                    von Linde’s refrigerating machine         efficiency 26.2%, 18 hp, engine
      uncle, Friedrich Gottlob Koenig        was co-founded by his father Carl
                                                                                    company and, on his own initia-           speed 154 rpm, fuel consumption
      (inventor of the flatbed press).       as Reichenbach’sche Maschinen-
                                                                                    tive, build an ammonia engine.            238 g/hph. Following its com-
                                             fabrik in 1844.
      Reichenbach manufactures a                                                    From 1890 onwards, he manages             mercial launch in 1898, the novel
      printing press of the latest design    From 1864 to 1913 he leads the         Linde’s engineering department            “Diesel patent heat engine” still
      in Augsburg: the flatbed press         company as solely responsible          in Berlin. Further thought resulted       has to clear several hurdles before
      with railway movement, delivered       managing director and unites it        in an idea for an efficient heat          it fully met the expectations of
      in 1845. This was the signal for the   with Maschinenbau-Actien-              engine. In 1893, he grants the            its operators. As from the turn of
      printing press construction of         Gesellschaft Nürnberg in 1898.         German patent no. 67 207 for              the century, the diesel engine con-
      manroland AG.                          Being called the “Bismarck of the      “Working method and design of             quers the entire world. It is used in
                                             German engineering industry” he        internal combustion engines”,             stationary plants, from 1903 also
      Carl Buz                               supports the development of the        and concludes a contract with             for marine propulsion and even
                                             diesel engine at MAN in decisive       Maschinenfabrik Augsburg for the          today, is still the most economic
      Buz (1803 – 1870), since 1838
                                             dimensions, besides constructing       construction of an experimental           of all heat engines. Rudolf Diesel
      involved in the construction of the
                                             the first German rotary press and      engine. Working now entirely on           lives to see only the first signs of
      railway Munich-Augsburg as
                                             the first refrigerating machine of     a freelance basis, Diesel is able to      the major impact his pioneering
      officer, together with Reichenbach
                                             Linde in 1873 under his aegis.         spend all his time on the devel-          achievement was going to make.
      established the basics for the later
                                             1907 he achieves the Knight’s          opment and construction of his            He is missing during a sea passage
      MAN in 1844. Under his guidance
                                             cross of the Royal order of Merit of   engine. Based on the test engine          from Belgium to Great Britain in
      steam boilers, steam engines,
                                             the Bavarian Crown being               (figure page 21), the effective           fall of 1913 and has since been
      water turbines and pumps are
                                             combined with life peerage.            output is successfully verified for       presumed to be dead.
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      1787 Construction of the first German (horse-drawn)                            1986 New F90 truck generation (MAN Nutzfahrzeuge)
           railway Rauendahl Coal Route (GHH)
                                                                                     1987 Strongest long-distance semitrailer truck tractor with V-10-cylin-
      1814 First steam engine (GHH)                                                       der diesel engine, 460 hp/338 kW (MAN Nutzfahrzeuge)

      1857 First compressor (GHH)                                                    1998 Construction of magnetic rings for the world’s largest electric
                                                                                          magnet built by the European Organization for Nuclear Research
      1893-97 Development and construction of the world’s first diesel
                                                                                          CERN (Deggendorfer Werft & Eisenbau)
              engine together with Rudolf Diesel (M.A.N.)
                                                                                     2000 New TGA Trucknology generation of heavy trucks (MAN Nutzfahr-
      1903/04 First turbo-compressor and steam turbine (GHH)
      1904 The world’s first diesel engine power station in Kiev, together
                                                                                     2001 New Lion’s Star coach generation (MAN Nutzfahrzeuge)
           with Rudolf Diesel, 1600 hp/1177 kW (M.A.N.)
                                                                                     2003 Compressor train for the world’s largest GTL plant (gas to liquids)
      1912 First seagoing ship “Selandia” with diesel propulsion engines
                                                                                          (MAN TURBO)
      1915 Beginning of truck-building activities (M.A.N.)
                                                                                     2004 New generation of D20 common rail engines for commercial
      1923 The world’s first diesel engine for vehicles with direct fuel injection        vehicles (MAN Nutzfahrzeuge). World’s most powerful gear unit
           (M.A.N.)                                                                       for a wind-energy plant (RENK)

      1932 The world’s strongest diesel truck with 160 hp/118 kW (M.A.N.)            2005 New light and medium Trucknology truck series TGL and TGM
                                                                                          (MAN Nutzfahrzeuge). Common rail technology for large-scale
      1941 Start of diesel-tractor production (M.A.N.)
                                                                                          four-stroke diesel engines (MAN B&W Diesel)
      1965 Invention of hydrostatic-hydromechanical power steering for
                                                                                     2006 New gas engine 32/40PGI without spark plugs; low-emission
           tracked vehicles (RENK)
                                                                                          dual-fuel-engine 51/60DF (MAN Diesel)
      1982 First large-scale two-stroke diesel engine with an efficiency of
                                                                                     2007 World’s most powerful diesel engine 14K98ME: 115,000 hp/84,3
           over 50 percent (M.A.N.)
                                                                                          MW (MAN Diesel)
      1984 Construction of the world’s first high-temperature, salt-bath-
           cooled tubular reactor (DWE)

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manroland MILEsTONEs

      1845 First flatbed press (Reichenbach’sche Maschinenfabrik)                1974 Europe’s largest rotary press – a COLORMAN with
                                                                                      62 printing units (M.A.N.)
      1871 Lithographic flatbed press Albatros (Association for Production of
           Automatic Lithographic Presses)                                       1980 Largest web offset press in Eastern Europe
                                                                                      (Plauener Maschinenbau-Gesellschaft)
      1873 First rotary printing press for newspaper printing (Maschinen-
           fabrik Augsburg)                                                      1992 Introduction of 8-page UNISET series
                                                                                      (MAN Plamag Druckmaschinen)
      1911 First sheetfed offset rotary press Roland (Faber & Schleicher)
                                                                                 1994 New dimension of performance: LITHOMAN with a web speed of
      1912 The world’s first German web offset press (Vogtländische
                                                                                      15 m/s (MAN Roland Druckmaschinen, Augsburg)
                                                                                 1995 Presentation of the large-format sheetfed press ROLAND 900
      1920 Web offset press Neue Miniatur (Vogtländische Maschinenfabrik)
                                                                                      (MAN Roland Druckmaschinen, Offenbach)
      1921 First web offset printing press (M.A.N.)
                                                                                 1996 The world’s longest newspaper printing press – a GEOMAN – for
      1925 Germany’s largest rotary printing press with 15 printing units             O Globo, Rio de Janeiro (MAN Roland Druckmaschinen, Augsburg)
           (M.A.N.). First rotogravure press (M.A.N.)
                                                                                 1998 Introduction of the four-plate-wide newspaper printing press
      1928 Two-color printing press ROLAND RZS with five-cylinder principle           REGIOMAN 4/1 (MAN Roland Druckmaschinen, Augsburg)
           (Faber & Schleicher)
                                                                                 2001 Presentation newspaper printing press COLORMAN, XXL
      1947 Calendar-block rotary press – the first press to be built after the        (MAN Roland Druckmaschinen, Augsburg)
           war (Plauener Maschinenbau-Gesellschaft)
                                                                                 2004 Presentation of ROTOMAN with automatic plate loading APL
      1951 First sheetfed offset press ULTRA-M.A.N. (M.A.N.).                         (MAN Roland Druckmaschinen, Augsburg)
           First four-color printing press Roland (Faber & Schleicher)
                                                                                 2007 Presentation of ROLAND 700 with DirectDrive (MAN Roland
      1967 Introduction of Hyperset offset printing press                             Druckmaschinen, Offenbach)
           (Plauener Maschinenbau-Gesellschaft)
                                                                                 2008 Introduction of the One Touch concept with COLORMAN auto-
      1972 Presentation of ROLAND 800 four-color printing press for large             print (manroland, Augsburg)
           format (Faber & Schleicher). Launch of Rondoset web press
           (Plauener Maschinenbau-Gesellschaft)

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      Manually-operated flatbed press         Single-reel rotary letterpress       Single-reel rotary letterpress         Plate cylinder of a rotary
      (stop cylinder press) with              for newspaper printing               for commercial printing                letterpress for newspapers
      “railway movement”
                                              Built in 1877                        Built in 1906                          Built in 1964
      Built in 1846
                                              8 000 sheets/hour                    6 000 sheets/hour                      Letterpress is the term for printing
      1 000 sheets/hour                                                                                                   with a raised forme, i. e., the high-
                                              This rotary press was the 14th       This press was in operation in
                                                                                                                          er printing areas are coated by
      The flatbed press shown here was        printing press to be sold by         Switzerland until 1965.
                                                                                                                          the inking roller, unlike the lower
      used until 1974 for printing            Maschinenfabrik Augsburg and
                                                                                   In 1879, Maschinenfabrik Augs-         nonprinting spaces between. The
      various forms at Amberg prison.         was used to print “Meyer’s
                                                                                   burg built the first rotary press      semi-cylindrical plates for high-
      This type of press was first built in   Encyclopedia” at the Bibliographic
                                                                                   for “book and magazine printing”,      speed rotary letterpresses have
      1845 by C. Reichenbach’sche             Institute in Leipzig.
                                                                                   giving rise to successful produc-      grooves on the back facing the
      Maschinenfabrik & Eisengiesserei
                                              In 1873, Germany’s first rotary      tion of the first commercial mate-     cylinder. These grooves are used to
      Augsburg. The wagon of this
                                              newspaper press was built by         rial to be printed on a rotary press   fix the plates to the inner clamps.
      model bearing the printing forme
                                              Maschinenfabrik Augsburg and         in Europe.                             The inner lock-up system prevents
      rolls like a railway truck along on
                                              presented at the world exhibition                                           the plates from lifting off at high
      two fixed rails which are anchored
                                              in Vienna. The press operated on                                            speed (ten meters per second). An
      to the basic frame. This original
                                              the basis of a new principle which                                          additional device allows the indi-
      design remained part of the
                                              used rotating printing cylinders                                            vidual adjustment of circumfer-
      production range until 1889.
                                              for printing and perfecting on a                                            ence and lateral direction of each
                                              paper web that was fed “end-                                                of the eight plates.
                                              lessly” through the printing unit.

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      Cylinder for rotogravure printing      Double-revolution automatic           TPA 50p turbo-epicyclic               M6V 40/46 six-cylinder diesel
      (above)                                Poly 50 flatbed press                 gear unit with coaxial shafts         engine for submarine propulsion
      Cylinder for offset printing
                                             Built in 1962                         Built in 1966                         Built in 1943
                                             5 000 sheets/hour                     Input power 2 370 hp (2 007 kW)       2 000 hp (1 470 kW),
      Built in 1951/1984
                                                                                   Input speed 1 490 rpm                 Engine speed 520 rpm
                                             The Poly is a flatbed letterpress
      In the case of rotogravure printing,                                         Output speed 8 359 rpm
                                             printer operating on the basis of a                                         Until 1982, this exhibit worked
      text and pictures are etched or                                              Transmission ratio 5.61
                                             double-revolution principle (first                                          at the Rusel power station in
      engraved on a copperplate steel
                                             revolution: sheet feeding and         This gear transmission (whereby       Deggendorf. The 40/46 model
      cylinder, forming cells of varying
                                             printing, second revolution: sheet    the driven shaft runs faster          was first supplied in 1930, four
      depths. The cylinder rotates in the
                                             delivery and carriage return).        than the driving shaft) was used      of these engines subsequently
      ink bath, superfluous ink being
                                             Some 3 800 of these presses were      between an electric motor and         being installed in U 25 and U 26
      stripped from the surface using
                                             produced between 1931 and             a compressor in a petrochemical       submarines in 1935. MAN sold a
      a doctor blade. The ink which
                                             1963. The automatic flatbed press     plant. RENK has been producing        total of 800 pieces of the six-and
      remains in these areas is “extract-
                                             exhibited here was in operation at    planetary gears since 1936. These     nine-cylinder models. After 1945,
      ed” by the paper during printing.
                                             the Augsburg company Stumböck         can be fitted with up to six planet   100 engines were still being used
      During the offset printing process
                                             between 1962 and 1979.                wheels and reach a diameter of        in cargo ships, as well as for sta-
      the printing forme is exposed onto
                                                                                   up to 3.5 meters.                     tionary applications.
      an aluminium plate. This plate
      is mounted on the cylinder and
      covered with a thin film of ink and
      water. After photographic develop-
      ment, only the non-printing areas
      take up the water, the printing ar-
      eas only the fatty ink. The image to
      be printed is applied to the paper
      via a blanket cylinder.

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      Single-cylinder trunk piston          Two-cylinder crosshead                Experimental diesel engine             J VI a illustration press
      diesel engine                         diesel engine
                                                                                  Built in 1893 – 95                     Built in 1912
      Built in 1905                         Built in 1898
                                                                                  10 hp (7 kW)                           1 300 sheets/h
      10 hp (7 kW),                         50 hp (37 kW)                         Engine speed 88 rpm                    Sheet size 745 x 1 130 mm
      Engine speed 255 rpm                  Engine speed 190 rpm                  Fuel consumption                       Power requirement 2 hp (1,5 kW)
      Fuel consumption                                                            382 g/hph (520 g/kWh)
                                            This was the second engine to be                                             Until 1980 this press was in pro-
      220 g/hph (299 g/kWh)
                                            sold by Maschinenfabrik Augs-         This experimental diesel engine        duction at the printing company
      Displacement 7 791 ccm
                                            burg. Weighing almost 13 tonnes,      was built by Maschinenfabrik           Hochdorf in Switzerland – print-
      Weighing 1.8 tonnes, this “Heat       it performed at the Rugendas          Augsburg in cooperation with           ing the local newspaper “Seetaler
      Engine No. 659 Diesel Patent“         cigarette paper factory in Augsburg   Rudolf Diesel. It operated on the      Bote”. The ink unit has four forme
      (with fuel air-blast injection) was   until 1930. The first diesel engine   basis of a four-stroke cycle using     rollers. The conventional manual
      in use at Pöschl Snuff and Tobacco    sold by Maschinenfabrik Augs-         fuel air-blast injection. Its effec-   feed was later replaced with an
      Factory in Landshut until 1935        burg went into operation at the       tive output was first verified on      automatic sheet feeder with front
      and originally cost 6 500 gold        Actiengesellschaft Union, United      26th June 1895, the recorded data      edge suction.
      marks. This type of engine was        Match and Wax Factory in              showing 16.6 percent efficiency.
      built with an output up to 12 hp      Kempten on 5th March 1898.
      (9 kW) and from 1900 onwards
      became extremely popular as a
      power engine for small factories.

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      Experimental single-cylinder         Piston and connecting rod from        Six-cylinder D 2066 LF 01            Output rim of a frigate
      1K14/19 diesel engine                a VV 40/54 four-stroke diesel         diesel engine                        gear unit
      Built in 1923                                                              Built in 2004                        Built in 1995
                                           Built in 1965
      13 hp (10 kW)                                                              430 hp (316 kW), engine              Outer diameter 2 268 mm
      Engine speed 625 rpm                 So-called articulated connecting      speed 1 000 – 1 400 rpm              Teeth 190
      Fuel consumption                     rods were used for the first time     Displacement 10 518 ccm              Tooth width 2 x 180 mm
      192 g/hph (261 g/kWh)                in V-type diesel engines (cylinders   Specific output 30.1 kW/dm3
                                                                                                                      This part of a gear unit – the
                                           arranged in a V shape), replacing
      First automotive diesel engine                                             The engine is driven by second-      rim – is screwed to the wheel
                                           the traditional parallel connect-
      with direct fuel-injection, offer-                                         generation common rail technol-      and serves to transmit power.
                                           ing-rod construction.
      ing an essential prerequisite for                                          ogy (common fuel-feed to the         With its large number of teeth
      achieving a significant increase                                           cylinders). In this case, the        and wide helix angle, this
      in engine speed. This engine was                                           injection pressure increases to      component offers the advantage
      used to acquire vital information                                          1 600 bar regardless of the engine   of low-noise radiation.
      on direct injection. It marked the                                         speed, and the timing and            Double helical gearing prevents
      beginning of the age of high-                                              quantity of fuel injected can be     the creation of axial forces.
      speed diesel engines for vehicles.                                         selected at will. Compared with
      Tests with direct fuel-injection                                           the previous D 28 model, it is
      started in 1919.                                                           almost 100 kilograms lighter,
                                                                                 consumes five percent less fuel
                                                                                 and is two decibels quieter.
                                                                                 Coupled with a particulate filter,
                                                                                 the engine will meet the
                                                                                 Euro 4 emission standards.

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      Double-acting eleven-cylinder       AS 325 H tractor with                Luxury river-cruiser                 Impeller for a six-stage turbo-
      two-stroke L11Z 19/30               four-cylinder diesel engine          MS Mozart (Model 1:100)              compressor used to compress
      diesel engine                                                                                                 air (above left)
                                          Built in 1951                        Built in 1987
      Built in 1935                                                                                                 Built in 1972
                                          25 hp (18 kW)                        Input power:
      1 400 hp (1 030 kW)                 Engine speed 1 500 rpm               2 x 1 612 hp (2 x 1 185 kW)          Speed 7 138 rpm
      Engine speed 900 rpm                Displacement 2 676 ccm
                                                                               This first passenger cruiser built
                                                                                                                    Impeller for a three-stage turbo-
      With its extremely low power-       1 450 tractors of this kind were     by Deggendorfer Werft und Eisen-
                                                                                                                    compressor used to produce
      weight ratio of 2 kg/hp (2.7 kg/    produced between 1949 and            bau is designed for 239 passen-
                                                                                                                    compressed air (above right)
      kW) this engine was originally      1952. The four-cylinder D 8814 GS    gers. DWE delivered the vessel to
      intended for use in airships, but   engine used for this model           Donau-Dampfschifffahrts-Gesell-      Built in 1985
      was actually installed in fast      worked on the basis of a combus-     schaft in Vienna after a construc-
                                                                                                                    Speed 18 938 rpm
      patrol boats.                       tion process newly developed by      tion period of only twelve months.
                                          M.A.N. It consisted of a spherical
                                                                                                                    Impeller for an eight-stage
                                          combustion chamber and a
                                                                                                                    turbo-compressor used to com-
                                          flat-seat nozzle for direct
                                                                                                                    press propane (below left)
                                                                                                                    Built in 1983

                                                                                                                    Speed 9 180 rpm

                                                                                                                    Rotor from a research axial com-
                                                                                                                    pressor with tandem cascades
                                                                                                                    (below right)

                                                                                                                    Built in 1978

                                                                                                                    Speed 12 820 rpm

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TOuR                                                                      CONFERENCE CENTER

      As further exhibits you will find

        Cylinder cover (1908)

        GV 30 diesel engine (1925)

        NR 20 radial-flow exhaust-gas turbocharger (1968)                 The museum offers a representative ambience for events of different
        W4V 17.5/22 diesel engine (1938)
                                                                          The rooms can be rented for many kinds of conferences and work-
        SB 60 curved-tooth coupling (2002)
                                                                          shops – we are pleased to send you our separate conference brochure.
        Piston and connecting rod for the GV 58/84 diesel engine (1929)   The large Augsburg Hall offers seating for 200 people and is equipped
                                                                          with a media system (video, DVD and CD players, beamer, large screen,
        Running gear for the M9Z 65/95 diesel engine (1938)
                                                                          loudspeakers). Adequate catering facilities are also available.
        Manual stereocaster for stereotyping and matrix moulding-press

        W4V 11/18 diesel engine (1927)

        HSWL 354 gear transmission (1985)                                                            Contact:
                                                                                                     Gerlinde Simon
        Turbopump for ARIANE European space launcher (1980)                                          Phone:
        Models of diesel engines and printing presses                                                +49 (0)821 424-37 91

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