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    Introduction: In 1900, nobody would have thought that almost all of the future vehicles would be powered by a diesel engine. But one man, under the name of Rudolf Diesel, was determined to change the future of mechanics forever. Paragraph 1: Although he died in September of 1913, Diesel made a legacy for himself by being the first human to build and operate a working diesel engine, which would go on to power big trucks and diesel locomotives. On the crisp spring day of March 18, 1858, Rudolf was born in eastern Germany. By the age of 12, he became forced to move to Paris to live with his Aunt & Uncle during the Franco-Prussian war, where his Uncle taught him mathematics, giving him basic knowledge to start his life projects. Paragraph 2: In 1873, he had gone from Paris to London to Augsburg while he continued his schooling. At the end of the year, he moved to Munich and started attending Technische Hochschule (a technicality high school), where he learned all of his automotive do’s and don'ts. In 1890, he moved again to Berlin where he finally received the idea for a new, more developed & advanced piece of equipment, the diesel engine. After 7 years of hard work and even more learning, he finished his 25-horsepower 4-stroke…

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    1. Abstract The diesel engine has, for over a century, been a highly efficient alternative to other internal combustion engines. This report aims to give a background of the life and work of the diesel engine’s inventor, Rudolf Diesel, including his impact on lives in the modern day. 2. Introduction This report will include a brief telling of Rudolf Diesel’s upbringing, social circumstances and education; followed by his research, discoveries and…

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    “The automobile engine will come and then I will consider my life’s work complete” – Rudolf (izquotes, n.d.) Now common place everywhere, automobile engines are small achievement on the list of accomplishments for Rudolf Diesel. The inventions he made helped shape the world we live in today and possible our future. Rudolf Diesel, his name is now synonymous with the invention he made but also engineering itself. Diesel was the first man to patent the diesel engine and the first to practically…

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    automobile the “Model T”. Another very important man in the industry is Rudolf Diesel the founder and creator of the diesel engine. As a child Henry Ford had received a mechanical watch from his grandfather. Henry took it apart and fixed it his family and neighbors were surprised and by doing that it started his career. In Rudolf Diesels younger days he devoted most of his time to school and later on figuring out how to make the diesel engine successful. From his creative and curious childhood…

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    Diesel technicians are frequently the highest paid on a dealership lane, and get paid just as much if not more than most computer programming jobs as well as much more. Diesel engines contribute to about 52% of the vehicles on the road today and that number is only expected to go up. As the amount of diesel vehicles go up, the demand for technicians to work on them will raise as well. Not only do diesel engines interest me, but engines in general. So the time for me to pursue my career is…

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    Diesel Technician Career

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    cruising and the Learning Style Test that I took, I learned out that I am a 10% visual learner, a 20% auditory learner, and a 70% tactile learner. With knowing that I am mostly a hands on learner, I have chosen that a Diesel Technician would be a great career choice for me. The main work of line as a diesel tech is always hands on. From my matchmaker/ skills test, a diesel Technician came up as an A+ rating for me. Other A+ ratings that came up too were a Farm equipment technician, heavy…

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    Essay On Diesel Mechanics

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    the eyes of our critical society appear unimportant, or insignificant. Among that group of outcasts are diesel mechanics. Diesel mechanics are the driving force behind corporate America. They allow for commercial trucks to remain in a good enough standing to where they can transport the goods and services that Americans so desperately need. Diesel mechanics are very much like the unsung heroes of our modern day corporate world. Without diesel mechanics Americans would most likely…

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    A diesel mechanic is a great career choice because of the many job opportunities. Mechanics get to be hands on with the engines that power many of the vehicles in today 's world. “Although being a diesel mechanic is a hard job because you get your knuckles busted every once in a while, knowing that being a successful mechanic and doing the job quick and efficient makes up for the blood and sweat” said David Anderson. “Being a diesel mechanic every day is a new challenge that needs to be…

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    This paper will talk about the differences between Diesel , and Automotives engine. Also what diesel, and automotives engines have in common. Rudolf Diesel was the one that invented Diesel engines. In his high school career, Rudolf was taking a automotives engine class. Rudolf with his information that he learn in high school. Rudolf wanted to created an engine that is more efficiently. In his own time Rudolf was creating a Combustion Diesel engine. In 1892 was the year that Rudolf invented…

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    on on while I did my job shadow . Salary and benefits The salary and benefits in diesel mechanic are different from where you live. The wages for a diesel mechanic can be $32,000 and $70,000 is how much a diesel mechanic can make during one year of work and depending on the area that you work in this is the national average for a diesel mechanics that have been working in that field of work for…

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