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ABC Dragonfly at the London Science Museum

This is an alphabetical list of aircraft engines by manufacturer.

0–9

2si

3W

3WSource: RMV[1]

A

Abadal (Francisco Serramalera Abadal)

[1]

ABC

Source: Lumsden.[3]

ABECO

Source: RMV[1]

Aberg

Source: RMV[1]

ABLE

Source: RMV, Able Experimental Aircraft Engine Co.[6] (Able Experimental Aircraft Engine Co., Altimizer, Hoverhawk (US))

Accurate Automation Corp

Ace

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

ACE

(American Cirrus Engine Inc) Source: RMV[1][7]

ACT

(Aircraft Cylinder and Turbine Co) Source: RMV[1]

Adams

Source: RMV[1]

Adams-Dorman

Source: RMV[1]

Adams-Farwell

The Adams Company, Dubuque, Iowa / F.O. Farwell, engines for gyrocopters[1]

ADC

ADC (from "Aircraft Disposal Company")[3] bought 35,000 war-surplus engines in 1920. Initially produced engines from Renault 70 hp spares.

Adept-Airmotive

Source: RMV[1]

Ader

Source: RMV[1]

Adler

Source: RMV[1]

Adorjan & Dedics

Source: RMV[1]

Advance Engines

Source: RMV[1]

Advanced Engine Design

Source: RMV[1]

AEADC

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

AEC

Source: RMV[1]

Aeolus Flugmotor

Source: RMV[1]

Aerien CC

Source: RMV[1]

Aermacchi

Source: RMV[1]

Aero & Marine

Aero Adventure

Source: RMV[1]

AeroConversions

Aero Development

Source: RMV[1] (See SPEER)

Aero Engines Ltd.

(formerly William Douglas (Bristol) Ltd.)

Aero Motion

Source: RMV[1]

Aero Motors

Source: RMV[1]

Aero Pixie

Source: RMV[1]

Aero Prag

Source: RMV[1]

Aero Products

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

Aero Sled

Source: RMV[1]

Aero Sport International

Source: RMV[1]

AeroTwin Motors Corporation

Aerojet

Aerojet produced rocket engines for missiles. It merged with Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne

Aeromarine Company

Source: RMV[1]

Aeromarine

Aeromax

Source: RMV[1]

Aeromotion

See: AMI

Aeromotor

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

Aeronamic

Source: RMV[1]

Aeronautical Engineering Co.

Source: RMV[1]

Aeronca

Aeroplane Motors Company

(Aeroplane Motors) Source: RMV[1]

Aeroprotech

Source: RMV[1]

Aerosila

Source: RMV[1]

Aerosport

Aerostar

Source: RMV[1]

Aerotech engines

Source: RMV[1]

Aerotech-PL

Source: RMV[1]

Aerotechnik

Source: RMV[1]

Aerotek

Source: RMV[1]

AES

(See Rev-Air)[1]

Affordable Turbine Power

Source: RMV[1]

AFR

Source: RMV[1]

Agilis

(Agilis Engines) Sources: RMV[1][12][13]

Agusta

Ahrbecker Son and Hankers

Source: RMV[1]

AIC

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

Aichi

A preserved Aichi Atsuta

Source:Gunston 1989[14] except where noted.

AICTA

(AICTA Design Work, Prague, Czech Republic)

Aile Volante

Air Repair Incorporated

Source: RMV[1] (Jacobs License)

(Jacobs-Page License)

Air Ryder

Source: RMV[1]

Air Technical Arsenal

Source: RMV[1]

Air-Craft Engine Corp

Source: RMV[1]

Aircat

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

Aircooled Motors

See: Franklin

Aircraft Engine Co

(Aircraft Engine Co Inc, Oakland, CA)

Aircraft & Ind. Motor Corp

(See Schubert)

AiResearch

See: Garrett, Allied Signal and Honeywell

Airex

Airmotive-Perito

See: Adept-Airmotive

Airship Aircraft Engine Company

Airtrike

(AirTrike GmbH i.L., Berlin, Germany)

AISA

Source: RMV[1]

Aixro

Source: RMV[1]

Ajax

Source: RMV[1]

Akkerman

Akron

Albatross

(Albatross Co Detroit)

Aldasoro

Alexander

Alfa Romeo

Societa per Azioni Alfa Romeo[17]

Alfaro

Allen

Alliance

(Aubrey W. Hess/Alliance Aircraft Corporation)

Allied

AlliedSignal

Allis-Chalmers

Source: Gunston[14]

Allison

Almen

Alvaston

Alvis

American Cirrus Engine

See: ACE

American Engineering Corporation

Source: RMV[1]

American Helicopter

American Motor & Aviation Co

AMCEL

(AMCEL Propulsion Company)

AMI

(AeroMotion Inc.)

AMT

(Aviation Microjet Technology)

A.M.U.A.L

(Établissement A.M.U.A.L)

Angle

Ansaldo

Antoinette

Source:Gunston[14][18]

Anzani

For British Anzani products see: British Anzani

Source:[14][18][29]

Anzani 6

Air-cooled Anzani engines

  • Anzani V-2[30]
  • Anzani 3-cylinder fan engines
    • Anzani 14hp 85 mm × 85 mm (3.3 in × 3.3 in)[30]
    • Anzani 15hp 85 mm × 100 mm (3.3 in × 3.9 in)[30]
    • Anzani 24.5hp 105 mm × 130 mm (4.1 in × 5.1 in)[30]
    • Anzani 31.6hp 120 mm × 130 mm (4.7 in × 5.1 in)[30]
    • Anzani 42.3hp 135 mm × 150 mm (5.3 in × 5.9 in)[30]
    • Anzani 10-12hp 85 mm × 85 mm (3.3 in × 3.3 in)
    • Anzani 12-15hp 85 mm × 100 mm (3.3 in × 3.9 in)
    • Anzani 25-30hp 105 mm × 130 mm (4.1 in × 5.1 in)
    • Anzani 30-35hp 120 mm × 130 mm (4.7 in × 5.1 in)
    • Anzani 40-45hp 135 mm × 150 mm (5.3 in × 5.9 in)
    • Anzani 45-50hp [30]
  • Anzani 30hp 3-cyl radial 105 mm × 120 mm (4.1 in × 4.7 in)[30]
  • Anzani 45hp 5-cyl radial[30]
  • Anzani 60hp 5-cyl radial
  • Anzani 6-cylinder
    • Anzani 40-45hp radial 90 mm × 120 mm (3.5 in × 4.7 in)[30]
    • Anzani 50-60hp radial 105 mm × 120 mm (4.1 in × 4.7 in)[30]
    • Anzani 70hp radial 105 mm × 120 mm (4.1 in × 4.7 in)
    • Anzani 80hp radial 115 mm × 140 mm (4.5 in × 5.5 in)[31]
  • Anzani 95hp 7-cyl radial
  • Anzani 10-cylinder
    • Anzani 60-70hp radial 90 mm × 120 mm (3.5 in × 4.7 in)[30]
    • Anzani 100-110hp radial 105 mm × 140 mm (4.1 in × 5.5 in)[30]
    • Anzani 95-100hp radial 105 mm × 145 mm (4.1 in × 5.7 in)[30]
    • Anzani 125hp radial 115 mm × 150 mm (4.5 in × 5.9 in)[30]
    • Anzani 125hp radial 115 mm × 155 mm (4.5 in × 6.1 in)[30]
    • Anzani 200hp radial[30]
  • Anzani 100hp 14-cyl radial 105 mm × 140 mm (4.1 in × 5.5 in)[30]
  • Anzani 150-160hp 14-cyl radial 90 mm × 120 mm (3.5 in × 4.7 in)[31]
  • Anzani 20 200hp 20-cyl radial 105 mm × 140 mm (4.1 in × 5.5 in)[32]

Water-cooled Anzani engines

  • Anzani 30-32hp V-4 100 mm × 120 mm (3.9 in × 4.7 in)[30]
  • Anzani 56-70hp V-4 135 mm × 150 mm (5.3 in × 5.9 in)[30]
  • Anzani 600-700hp 20-cyl radial 140 mm × 150 mm (5.5 in × 5.9 in)[30] In-line radial 10 banks of 2 cylinders[33][34]
  • Anzani W-6[30]
  • Anzani 6A3 (6-cyl radial 60 hp)

ARDEM

(Avions Roger Druine Engines M)

Ares

(Ares ltd., Finland)

Argus Motoren

Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

Argylls

Armstrong Siddeley

Armstrong Siddeley was formed by purchase of Siddeley-Deasy in 1919.

Armstrong Siddeley Tiger at the London Science Museum

Armstrong Whitworth

Arrow SNC

Arsenal

Source:Gunston[14]

Asahina

Ashmusen

(Ashmusen Manufacturing Company)

Aspin

(F.M. Aspin & Company)

Aster

Astrodyne

(Astrodyne Inc.)

ATAR

( Atelier Technique Aéronautique de Rickenbach - pre SNECMA take-over)

Atwood

(Atwood Aeronautic Company, Williamsport, PA / Harry N. Atwood)

Aubier & Dunne

Data from:Italian Civil & Military Aircraft 1930-1945[17]

Austin

Austro-Daimler

Source:Gunston[14]

Austro Engine

Auto Diesels

Ava

(L'Agence General des Moteurs Ava)

Avco Lycoming

See:Lycoming

Avia

Aviadvigatel

Aviatik

Argus engines sold in France under the brand name 'Aviatik' by Automobil und Aviatik AG [47]

A.V. Roe

Avro

Avro Canada

Axelson

Axial Vector Engine Corporation

Aztatl

B

Bailey

Bailey Aviation

Baradat-Esteve

(Claudio Baradat Guillé & Carlos Esteve)

Basse und Selve

Bates

Data from:[18]

Bayerische

(Bayerische Motoren Gesellschaft)

Beardmore

Source: Lumsden[3]

Beardmore 120 hp on display at the London Science Museum

Béarn

Construction Mécanique du Béarn/Société de Construction et d'Exploitation de Matériels et de Moteurs

Beatty

Beck

Beecher

(B.L. Beecher Company, New Haven, Connecticut)

Bell Aerosystems Company

Bentley

W. O. Bentley

Benz

Source:Gunston[14]

Berliner

Bertin

Besler

See: Doble-Besler

Beaussier

(Moteurs Beaussier)

Bessonov

(A. A. Bessonov)

Better Half

Beardmore Halford Pullinger (B.H.P.)

  • Atlantic
  • 230 hp - built by Galloway and Siddeley-Deasy developed into Siddeley Puma

Binetti

Blackburn

Includes engines of Cirrus Engine Division of Blackburn Source: Lumsden[3]

Blackburne

Bliss

(E.W. Bliss Company)

Bloch

BMW

Source: Gunston[14] except where noted

BMW 801

Boeing

Source:Pelletier[57] except where noted

Boitel

Boland

Bonner

(Aero Bonner Ltd.)

Borzecki

(Jozef Borzecki)

Botali

Bramo

Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

Brandner

Breda

Breguet-Bugatti

Breitfeld & Danek

Breese

Breuer

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

Brewer

(Captain R.W.A. Brewer)

Briggs & Stratton

Bristol Engine Company (Bristol)

Division of Bristol Aeroplane Company formed when Cosmos Engineering was taken over in 1920. Became Bristol Aero Engines in 1956. Merged with Armstrong Siddeley in 1958 to form Bristol Siddeley. Sources: Piston engines, Lumsden,[3] gas turbine and rocket engines, Gunston.[14]

Ramjets

Bristol Siddeley

Bristol Siddeley was formed by Bristol taking over Armstrong Siddeley , rebranding several of the engines. It took over de Havilland engines and, in turn, became a division of Rolls-Royce Limited.

British Anzani

For French Anzani engines see: Anzani

British Salmson

British Rotary

Brooke

(Brooke, Chicago)

Brott

(A. Brott, Denver, Colorado)

Brouhot

Brownback

(Brownback Motor Laboratories Inc.)

Bucherer

Buchet

Bücker

Budworth

(David Budworth Limited)

Bugatti

King Bugatti U-16

Burgess-White

(W. Starling Burgess, Rollin H. White / Burgess Company of Marblehead, MA and White Company of Cleveland, OH)

Burlat

Share of the Société des Moteurs Rotatifs Burlat, issued 1. November 1911

(Société des Moteurs Rotatifs Burlat)

Burnelli

Burt

(Peter Burt)

C

CAC

CAE

See:Teledyne CAE

Caffort

(Anciens Etablissements Caffort Frères)

Cal-Aero

( Cal-aero Institute, California)

Call

(Henry L. Call)

CAM

(Canadian Airmotive Inc.)

Canton-Unné

Cameron

(Cameron Aero Engine Division / Everett S. Cameron)

Campini

Source:Gunston[14]

CANSA

(Fabbrica Italiana Automobili Torino - Costruzioni Aeronautiche Novaresi S.A.)

Carden Aero Engines

Source:Ord-Hume.[67]

CAREC

(China National Aero-Engine Corporation)

Casanova

(Ramon Casanova)

Cato

Caunter

Centrum

Ceskoslovenska Zbrojovka

Data from:[18]

CFM International

Chaise

(Societe Anonyme Omnium Metallurgique et Industriel / Etablissements Chaise et Cie)[68]

Chamoy

(M. Fernand Chamoy)

Chamberlin

Changzhou

(Changzhou Lan Xiang Machinery Works)

Charomskiy

Source:Gunston[14]

Chelomey

Chenu

Chengdu

Chevrolair

(The Arthur Chevrolet Aviation Motors Corporation)

Chevrolet

Chinese aero-engines

Chotia

Christoffersen

(Christoffersen Aircraft Company)

Chrysler

Church

(Jim Church)

Cicaré

Cirrus

Cisco Motors

Citroën

Clapp's Cars

Clément-Bayard

Data from:[18]

Cleone

Clerget

(Société Clerget-Blin et Cie / Pierre Clerget)

Source:Lumsden[3] except where noted

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

Cleveland

(Walter C. Willard / Cleveland Aero Engines)

Cleveland

(Cleveland Engineering Laboratories Company)

C.L.M.

(Compagnie Lilloise de Moteurs S.A)

CMB

(Construction Mécanique du Béarn) See: Béarn

CNA

Coatalen

Source:Brew[78]

Colombo

Combi

Comet

(Comet Engine Corp, Madison WI.)

Compagnie Lilloise de Moteurs

See:C.L.M.

Conrad

(Deutsche Motorenbau G.m.b.H. / Robert Conrad)

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

Continental

Continental IO-520

Cors-Air

(Cors-Air srl, Barco di Bibbiano, Italy)

Corvair

(conversions and derivatives of the Chevrolet Turbo-Air 6 engine)

Cosmos Engineering

Coventry Victor

Crankless Engines Company

(Anthony Michell)

C.R.M.A.

(Société de construction et de Reparationde Materiel Aéronautique)

Curtiss OX-5 at the Lone Star Flight Museum

Curtiss

Curtiss-Kirkham

Curtiss-Wright

Cuyuna

See:2si

D

D-Motor

D'Hennian

Daiichi Kosho Company

Daimler-Benz

Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

Damblanc-Mutti

Danek

(Ceskomorarsk-Kolben-Danek & Co.)

Daniel

(Daniel Engine Company)

Dansette-Gillet

Darracq

Data from:[18]

Dassault

Day

(Charles Day)

Dayton

(Dayton Airplane Engine Co.)

de Dietrich

De Dion-Bouton

de Havilland

Sources: Piston engines, Lumsden,[3] gas turbine and rocket engines, Gunston.[14]

Piston engines

Gas turbines

Rockets

de Laval

Deicke

(Arthur Deicke)

Delafontaine

Delage

DeltaHawk

Demont

(Messrs Demont, Puteaux, France)

Deschamps

Data from:[18] (D.J.Deschampsdesigner - Lambert Engine & machine Co.,Illinois manufacturer)

Detroit Aero

DGEN

Diamond Engines

Diemech Turbine Solutions

(DeLand, Florida, United States)

Diesel Air

DKW

(A.G.-Werk DKW, Zschopau S.a.)

Doble-Besler

Dobrotvorskiy

Dobrynin

Source:Gunston[14]

Dongan

(also known as Harbin Engine Factory)

Dodge

Dorman

(W. H. Dorman and Co., Ltd)

Douglas

Mostly developed from Douglas motorcycle engines

Douseler

Dreher

(Dreher Engineering Company)

Duesenberg

Dufaux

Dushkin

Dutheil et Chalmers

Data from:[18] (some sources erroneously as Duthiel-Chambers)

Dux

Dyna-Cam

E

Easton

Data from:[18]

ECi

Ecofly

(Ecofly GmbH, Böhl-Iggelheim, Germany)

Edelweiss

Eggenfellner Aircraft

E.J.C.

Elbridge

(Elbridge Engine Company)

Electravia

Electric Aircraft Corporation

Elektromechanische Werke

Elizalde

Source:Gunston[14]

Ellehammer

Emerson

EMG

(EMG Engineering Company / Eugene M. Gluhareff)

Emrax

Endicott

Engine Alliance

Engineered Propulsion Systems

(Engineered Propulsion Systems)

Engineering Division

ENMA

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

E.N.V.

ERCO

Esselbé

Etoile

EuroJet

Europrop

F

F&S

Fahlin

Fairchild

For Ranger and Fairchild Ranger engines see: Ranger

Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

Fairdiesel

Fairey

None of Fairey Aviation Company's own engine designs made it to production.

Falconer

(Ryan Falconer Racing Engines)

Farcot

Farina

(S.A. Stabilimenti Farina)

Farman

Source:Liron[93][94]Note: Farman engine designations differ from other French manufacturers in using the attributes as the basis of the designation, thus; Farman 7E ( 7-cyl radial E - Etoile / Star / Radial) or Farman 12We ( W-12 fifth type - the e is not a variant or sub-variant it is the type designator). As usual there are exceptions such as the 12Gvi, 12B, 12C and 18T.

Fasey

Fatava

Source:[31]

Faure and Crayssac

Fedden

Designed post war by Roy Fedden formerly of Cosmos Engineering and Bristol. Roy Fedden Ltd went into liquidation in 1947

Fiat

Data from:Italian Civil & Military Aircraft 1930-1945[17]

Firewall Forward Aero Engines

FKFS

Flader

Source:Geen and Cross[97]

Fletcher

FNM

Ford

Fox

(Dean Manufacturing Company, Newport, Kentucky)

Franklin

Source:Gunston.[14]

Fredrickson

(World's Motor Company, Bloomington, Illinois)

Frontier

(Frontier Iron Works, Buffalo, New York)

Fuji

Fuscaldo

Funk

(Akron Aircraft Company / Funk Aircraft Company)

G

Gaggenau

Gaj?cki

Galloway

(Galloway Engineering Company ltd.)

Garrett

Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

Now under Honeywell management/design/production

Garuff

GE Honda Aero Engines

Geiger Engineering

GEN Corporation

General Aircraft Limited

General Electric

General Electric/Rolls-Royce

General Motors Research

General Ordnance

(General Ordnance Company, Derby, Conn.)

Giannini

(Pulsejets)

Glushenkov

Source:Gunston.[14]

Gnome et Rhône

Gnome et Rhône[14][18] except where noted Im French engine designations --even-- sub-series numbers (for example Gnome-Rhône 14N-68) rotated anti-clockwise (LH rotation) and were generally fitted on the starboard side, --odd numbers-- (for example Gnome-Rhône 14N-69) rotated clockwise (RH rotation) and were fitted on the port side.

Gnome Monosoupape rotary engine of 1917

Gnome

Gnome et Rhône

Gobe

Gobrón-Brillié

(Gustave Gobrón and Eugène Brillié)

Goebel

(Georg Goebel of Darmstadt) / (ver Gandenbergesche Maschinen Fabrik)

Grade

Great Plains Aircraft Supply

Green

Grégoire-Gyp

(Pierre Joseph Grégoire / Automobiles Grégoire)

Grey Eagle

Grizodubov

(S.V. Grizodubov)

Grob

Guiberson

(Guiberson Diesel Engine Company) Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

Guizhou

(Guizhou Liming Aircraft Engine Company)

Gyro

Data from:[106]

H

Haacke

(Haacke Flugmotoren)Source: RMV[1]

HAL

See:Hindustan Aeronautics Limited

Hall-Scott

The cylinder heads of a Hall-Scott A-7

Hallett

(Hallett Aero Motors Corp, Inglewood CA.)

Hamilton

Hamilton Sundstrand

Hansa-Lloyd

(Hansa-LLoyd Werke AG)

Hansen-Snow

(W.G. Hansen & L.L. Snow, Pasadena, CA)

Hardy-Padmore

Harkness

(Donald (Don) Harkness, built by Harkness & Hillier Ltd)

Harriman

(Harriman Motors Company, South Glastonbury, Conn.)

Harris-Gassner

Harroun

Hart

Hartland

H.C.G.

(Les Établissements lipton)

Heath

(Heath Aircraft Corp)

Heath

(Heath Aerial Vehicle Company, Chicago Illinois)

Heath-Henderson

Heinkel-Hirth

Source:[14]

Helium

From Flight[31]

  • Helium 45hp 3-cyl radial
  • Helium 60hp 3-cyl radial
  • Helium 75hp 5-cyl radial
  • Helium 100hp 5-cyl radial
  • Helium 45hp 3-cyl rotary 2-stroke
  • Helium 60hp 3-cyl rotary 2-stroke
  • Helium 100hp 5-cyl rotary 2-stroke
  • Helium 120hp 6-cyl rotary 2-stroke
  • Helium 200hp 10-cyl rotary 2-stroke
  • Helium 120hp 6-cyl rotary 2-stroke
  • Helium 200hp 10-cyl rotary 2-stroke

Hendee

Henderson

Herman

Hermes Engine Company

Hess

(Aubrey W. Hess / Alliance Aircraft Corporation)

Hewland

Hexatron Engineering

Hiero

(Otto Hieronimus - designer - several manufacturers)

Hill Helicopters

Hiller

Hiller Aircraft

Hilz

Hindustan Aeronautics Limited

Hiro

Hirth

Hirth Motoren GmbH was merged with Heinkel to make "Heinkel-Hirth" in 1941.

Hispano-Suiza

Hitachi

Source:Gunston.[14]

HKS 700E on a Flightstar II.

HKS

Hodge

Hofer

(Al Hofer)

Holbrook

(Holbrook Aero Supply)

Honda

Honeywell

Hopkins & de Kilduchevsky

Howard

Hudson

(John W Hudson)

Hummel

( James Morris (Morry) Hummel of Bryan, Ohio)

HuoSai

(HuoSai - Piston engine)

Hurricane


I

IAE

I.Ae.

IAME

(Ital-American Motor Engineering)

IAR

ICP

IHI

IL

(Instytut Lotnictwa - Aviation Institute)

ILO

Imaer

Imperial

(Imperial Airplane Society)

In-Tech

(In-Tech International Inc.)

Indian

See: Hendee

Innodyn

(Innodyn L.L.C.)

International

Data from:[18]

Ion

(Gabriel Ion)

Irwin

(Irwin Aircraft Co)

Isaacson

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

Ishikawajima

See: IHI

Isotov

Source:Gunston[14]

Isotta Fraschini

[17]

Ivchenko

Source:Gunston.[14]

IWL

See:Pirna

J

Jabiru

Jack & Heinz

Jacobs

Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

Jaenson

Jalbert-Loire

Jameson

(Jameson Aero Engines Ltd.)

Janowski

(Jaroslaw Janowski)

J.A.P.

Data from:[18]

Japanese rockets and Pulse-jets

Javelin

Jawa

Jendrassik

J.E.T

(James Engineering Turbines Ltd)

JetBeetle

Jetcat

Johnson

JLT Motors

(Boos, Seine-Maritime, France)

JPX

Junkers

Source:Kay[127]

K

Kalep

(Fyodor Grigoryevich Kalep)

Kawasaki

Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

Kelly

Kemp

Kemp G-2 flat-twin

(a.k.a. Grey Eagle )

Ken Royce

LeBlond Aircraft Engine Corporation was sold to Rearwin Airplanes in 1937 and renamed Ken-Royce.

Kessler

KFM

(KFM (Komet Flight Motor) Aircraft Motors Division of Italian American Motor Engineering)

Khatchaturov

KHD

Kiekhaefer

Kimball

King

(Chas. B. King)

King-Bugatti

Kinner

Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

Kirkham

Kishi

Klimov

Source:Gunston[14]

Knox

(Knox Motors Company, Springfield Mass.)

Koerting

Kosoku

(Kosokudo Kikan KK)

Kolesov

Köller

(Dr. Kröber und Sohn GmbH, Treuenbrietzen)

König

(Compact Radial Engines)

Konrad

(Oberbayische Forschungsanhalt Dr. Konrad)

Körting

Kossov

Kostovich

(O.S. Kostovich)

Krautter

(Dipl. Ing. Willi Krautter)

Kroeber

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

Kruk

Kuznetsov

Source:Gunston[14] except where noted


L

L'Aisle Volante

Labor

Lambert Engine Division

(Monocoupe Corporation - Lambert Engine Division)

Lamplough

Lancia

(Lancia & Company. / Vincenzo Lancia)

Lange

Laviator

Lawrance

Lawrence Radiation Laboratory

Le Gaucear

Le Maitre et Gerard

Le Rhône

LeBlond

LeBlond was sold to Rearwin and engines continued under Ken-Royce name.

Lee

Lefèrve

(F. Lefèrve)

Lenape

Lessner

Levavasseur

Léon Levavasseur see Antoinette

Levi

Leyland Motors

J. G. Parry-Thomas, the chief engineer at Leyland Motors.

  • A single X-8 engine was built in August 1918 but failed during testing and with the end of WWI development was abandoned.[131]

LFW

LHTEC

Liberty

Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

Ligez

Light

Lilloise

See:C.L.M.

Limbach

Lincoln

Lindequist

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

Les Long Long Harlequin

Lockheed

LOM

(Letecke Opravny Malesice, Praha)

Loravia

(Yutz, France)

Lorraine-Dietrich

(Société Lorraine des Anciens Établissements de Dietrich) Source:Jane's All the World's Aircraft 1938[43][133][134] except where noted

Lotarev

(Vladimir Lotarev) (see also Ivchenko-Progress)

Loughead

LPC

LSA-Engines

(LSA-Engines GmbH, Berlin, Germany)

Lucas

Lutetia

(Marcel Echard / Moteurs Lutetia)

Lycoming

Lycoming O-540

Lyulka

Source:Gunston.[14]

LZ Design

M

M&D Flugzeugbau

MAB

  • 4-cylinder air-cooled "fan" engine[139]
  • 4-cylinder vertical water cooled in-line engine[139]

MacClatchie

Macchi

Macomber Avis

Macomber Rotary Engine Company with Avis Engine Company

M.A.N.

Maschinenfabrik Augsburg-Nürnberg (MAN)

MAN Turbo

Manfred Weiss

See: Weiss

Manly

Charles M. Manly redesigned an engine built by Stephen Balzer.

Mantovani

Marchetti

(Marchetti Motor Patents)

Mark

(Stahlwerk Mark Flugzeugbau)

Marcmotor

(Macerata, Italy)

Marlin-Rockwell

Marquardt Corporation

Martin

Maru

Masson

Mathis

Mawen

(Mawen S.A.)

Max Ams

(Max Ams machine Company)

Maxim

Maximotor Makers

Maybach

Mayo

{Mayo Radiator Co)

McCulloch

McDonnell

McDowell

(Geo. McDowell. Brooklyn NY.)

Mead

(Mead Engine Co.)

Mekker

Menasco

Sources:Gunston and Jane's.[14][152]

Mengin

(Établissements Pierre Mengin)

Mercedes

See: Daimler-Benz

Merkulov

(Ivan A. Merkulov)

Métallurgique

Data from:[18]

Meteormotor

Meteor

(Meteor S.p.A. Constuzioni Aeronautiche)

Metropolitan-Vickers

Metz

(Metz Company, Waltham, Mass.)

Michel

Michigan

Microturbo

Mid-west

( Mid-West Engines Limited / Diamond engines / Austro Engine)

Miese

Data from:[18]

Mikulin

Mikulin-Stechkin

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

Milwaukee Tank

Miller

Miller

(Harry A. Miller Manufacturing Company)

Minié

Data from:[157] (Établissements Minié, Colombes, Seine, France)

Mistral Engines

Mitsubishi

Modena Avio Engines

(Rubiera, Italy)

Monaco

(Monaco Motor and Engineering Co. Ltd.)

Monnett

Data from:'[158]

Morehouse

Mors

Data from:[18]

Mosler

(Mosler, Inc. of Hendersonville, North Carolina)

Motor Sich

Motorav Industria

Motorlet

Mozhaiskiy

MTH

MTR

MTU Aero Engines

Mudry

(Moteurs Mudry-Buchoux)

Mulag

Murray-Willat

MWfly

(MWfly srl, Passirana di Rho, Italy)

N

N.A.G.

Source:Angle.[2]

Nagel

Nagliati

Nakajima

NAMI

Napier

Sources: Piston engines, Lumsden,[3] gas turbine and rocket engines, Gunston.[14]

Narkiewicz

(Wiktor N. Narkiewicz - production at C.Z.P.S.K. (National)}

Naskiewicz

(Stanislaw Naskiewicz)

National Aerospace Laboratory of Japan

National

N.E.C.

(New Engine Co.)

Nelson

Nielsen & Winther

Nieuport

Nihonnainenki

Nippon

(Nippon Jet Engine Company)

Nord

Normalair Garrett

Northrop

Source:Gunston.[14]

Norton

(Kenneth Norton / Norton-Newby Motorcycle Co.)

Novus

NPO Saturn

NPT

NST-Machinenbau

(Niedergoersdorf, Germany)

Nuffield


O

Oberursel

Oerlikon

Oldfield

Omsk

Opel

Orenda Engines

Orenda Engines, formed by Avro Canada taking over publicly funded jet engine development by Turbo Research.[14] Later became Orenda Aerospace under Magellan.

Orion

Orlo

(Orlo Motor Company)

  • Orlo B-4 4IL 50 hp 4.5 in × 6 in (110 mm × 150 mm)[2]
  • Orlo B-6 6IL 75 hp 4.5 in × 6 in (110 mm × 150 mm)[2]
  • Orlo B-8 V-8 100 hp 4.5 in × 6 in (110 mm × 150 mm)[2]

Orlogsværftet

OKL

(O?rodek Konstrukcji Lotniczych WSK Ok?cie)

Otis-Pifre

Otto A.G.O.

P

Packard

Source:Gunston.[14][166]

Palmer

(Palmer Motor Company)

Palons & Beuse

Panhard & Levassor

Source:[167] (Société Panhard & Levassor)

Inline engines
V8 engines
V12 engines
V12 sleeve valve engines
W16 engines

Parker

(Aero Parker Motor Sales Company)

Parma Technik

(Luha?ovice, Zlín Region, Moravia, Czech Republic)

Parodi

(Roland Parodi)

PBS

(První Brnenská Strojírna Velká Bíte?, a.s.)

Pegasus Aviation

Per Il Volo

Peterlot

Peugeot

Pheasant Aircraft Company

Phillips

(Phillips Aviation Company)

Piaggio

Data from:Italian Civil & Military Aircraft 1930-1945[17] and Jane's 1938[43]

Pierce

(Samuel S Pierce Airplane Company)

  • Pierce B 35 hp 3RA 4 in × 6 in (100 mm × 150 mm)[2]

Pieper

(Pieper Motorenbau GmbH)

Pipistrel

Pipe

Data from:[18]

Pirna

Platzer

Pobjoy

Poinsard

Porsche

Potez

Pouit

PowerJet

Power Jets

Poyer

(Poyer Aircraft Engine Company)

Praga

Source:Jane's All the World's Aircraft 1938[43]

Pratt & Whitney

Pratt & Whitney/Allison

Pratt & Whitney Canada

Pratt & Whitney Rzeszów

Preceptor

Price Induction

Primi-Berthand

Pulch

(Otto Pulch)

Pulsar

PZI

(Pa?stwowe Zak?ady In?ynieryjne - National Engineering Works)

PZL

(PZL Pa?stwowe Zak?ady Lotnicze)

PZL Rzeszów

(PZL Rzeszów)

PZL-Wytwórnia Silników

Q

Quick Air Motors Co

(Quick Air Motors, Wichita KS.)

R

Radne Motor AB

Ranger

Ranger Engines were a division of Fairchild Aircraft

Rapp

Rapp Motorenwerke became BMW in 1917

Rasmussen

(Hans L Rasmussen)

Rateau

Rausenberger

Raven Redrives

RBVZ

Reaction Motors

Rearwin

Rebus

Rectimo

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

RED

RED Aircraft GmbH

  • RED A03 - V12 four-stroke iesel engine

Redrup

Reggiane

Régnier

Renard

(Société anonyme des avions et moteurs Renard / Alfred Renard, Belgium)[178]

Renard

Renault

(Source:[179] and[18])

Note: some of the early Renaults seem to have oversquare cylinders and may be listed with bore and stroke transposed below.

R.E.P.

Revmaster

Rex

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

RFB

Rheem

Rheinische

Rheinmetall-Borsig

Rhenania

(Rhenania Motorenwerke)

Ricardo

Richard & Hering

(Rex-Simplex Automobilwerke)

Richardson

(Archibald and Mervyn, Sydney Australia)

Righter Manufacturing

Roberts

(Roberts Motor Company / E.W. Roberts, Sandusky. Ohio)

Robinson

(Grinnell Aeroplane Co. / William C. Robinson)

Robinson

Roché

(Jean A Roché)

Rocket Propulsion Establishment

Rocketdyne

Rocky Mountain

Rollason

Rolls-Royce Limited

Sources: Piston engines, Lumsden,[3] gas turbine and rocket engines, Gunston.[14][58]

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

Rolls-Royce Holdings

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

Rolls-Royce Turbomeca

Rolls-Royce/SNECMA

Rossel-Peugeot

(Frédéric Rossel et les frères Peugeot)

Rotax

Rotec

Rotex Electric

RotorWay

Rotron

Rover

(Rover Company / Rover Gas Turbines Ltd.)

Royal Aircraft Establishment

Royal Aircraft Factory

RRJAEL

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

Rumpler

Ruston-Proctor

Ryan-Siemens

( Ryan Aeronautical Corp/Siemens-Halske)

Rybinsk Motor Factory

S

SACMA

(Guy Negre)[188]

Safran Helicopter Engines

SAI Ambrosini

Salmson

Salmson air-cooled aero-engines
  • Salmson 3A, 3Ad
  • Salmson 5A, 5Ac, 5Ap, 5Aq
  • Salmson 6A, 6Ad, 6Af
  • Salmson 6TE, 6TE.S[35]
  • Salmson 7A, 7AC, 7ACa, 7Aq
  • Salmson 7M
  • Salmson 7O, 7Om
  • Salmson 9AB, 9ABa, 9ABc
  • Salmson 9AC
  • Salmson 9AD
  • Salmson 9AE, 9AEr, 9AErs
  • Salmson 9NA, 9NAs, 9NC, 9ND, 9NE, 9NH
  • Salmson 11B
  • Salmson 12C W-12?
  • Salmson 12V, 12Vars - V-12
Salmson water-cooled aero-engines
  • Salmson A - 2x7-cylinder barrel engine, 1 built
  • Salmson B - 2x7-cylinder barrel engine, 1 built
  • Salmson C - 2x7-cylinder barrel engine, 1 built
  • Salmson E- 2x9-cylinder barrel engine, 1 built
  • Salmson F - 2x9-cylinder barrel engine, 1 built
  • Salmson G - 2x7-cylinder barrel engine, 1 built
  • Salmson K- 2x7-cylinder barrel engine, 1 built
  • Salmson A.7
  • Salmson A.9
  • Salmson 2A.9 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
  • Salmson 9.Z, 9.Za, 9.Zc, 9.Zm

Salmsons 18 cylinder in-line radial engines

  • Salmson 18Z (1919) 9-bank water-cooled in-line radial 2 x 9Z on common 2-throw crankshaft
  • Salmson 18AB (1920s) 9-bank air-cooled in-line radial[34]
  • Salmson 18Cm, 18Cma, 18Cmb - (late 20s early 30s) 9-bank water-cooled (air-cooled heads) in-line radial
  • Salmson-Szydlowski SH.18 - 18-cyl 2-stroke radial diesel engine (nine banks of two in-line)[189]
Licence-built

Saroléa

S.A.N.A.

Saunders-Roe

Sauer

Saurer

Scania-Vabis

Schliha

(Schlüpmannsche Industrie und Handelsgesellschaft)

Schmidding

Schroeter

Schwade

(Otto Schwade GmbH, Erfurt, Germany)

SCI Aviation

Scott

Security

(Security Aircraaft Corporation)

Sega

SELA

(Société d'Etude pour la Locomotion Aérienne [SELA])

Seld

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

SEPR

Sergant

SERMEL

SFFA

(Société Française de Fabrication Aéronautique, France)

SFECMAS

Shenyang

Shimadzu

Shvetsov

Data from:Russian Piston Aero Engines[71]

S.H.K.

Siddeley-Deasy

Siemens

Siemens-Halske

Silnik

Simms

Simonini Racing

?koda

Skymotors

Smallbone

(Harry Eales Smallbone)

Smalley

(General Machinery Co)

SMA Engines

Smith

SMPMC

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

SNCAN

SNECMA

Société nationale d'études et de construction de moteurs d'aviation formed by nationalisation of Gnome et Rhône in 1945. On French engine designations even sub-series numbers (for example Gnome-Rhône 14N-68) rotated anti-clockwise (LH rotation) and were generally fitted on the starboard side, odd numbers (for example Gnome-Rhône 14N-69) rotated clockwise (RH rotation) and were fitted on the port side.

SNCM

(Société Nationale de Constructions de Moteurs - Lorraine post 1936)

SOCEMA

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

Sodemo

Solar

Solo

(Solo Kleinmotoren GmbH)

Soloviev

Source:Gunston.[14]

Soloy

(Soloy Conversions / Soloy Dual Pak Inc.)

Soverini

(Soverini Freres et Cie)

Soviet union experimental engines

Soyuz

(AMNTK Soyuz)

SPA

Speer

Sperry

(Lawrence Sperry Aircraft Co)

Spyker

Sport Plane Power

(Sport Plane Power Inc.)

STAL

Star

(Star Engineering Co. ltd.)

Stark

(Stark Flugzeugbau KG)

Statax

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

Stoewer

Stratus 2000

Straughan

(Straughn Aircraft Corp)

Studebaker

Studebaker-Waterman

Sturtevant

Subaru

Sulzer

Sunbeam

Source: Lumsden.[3][78]

Superior

Survol-de Coucy

Svenska

Szekely

T

Take Off

Tatra

TBS

(Turbinenbau Schuberth Schwabhausen GmbH)

TEC

See: Mosler

Technopower

(Technopower Inc.)

TEI

Teledyne CAE

Thaheld

Thermo-Jet

(Thermo-Jet Standard Inc.)

Thames

(Thames Ironworks and Ship[building Co.Ltd.)

Thielert

Thiokol

Data from:Jane's All the World's Aircraft 1962-3[10]

Thomas

(Thomas Aeromotor Company, United States)

Thorotzkai

(Thorotzkai Péter alt, spelling Thoroczkay)[206]

Thulin

Thunder

(Thunder Engines Inc.)

Tiger

(The Light Manufacturing and Foundry Company)

Tips

  • Tips 480hp 250 hp 4.5 in × 6 in (110 mm × 150 mm)[2] (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.)[2]

Tips & Smith

Tomonoo

(Tomon Naoji)

Tone

  • Tone 2V9 180 hp 4.5 in × 4.375 in (114.3 mm × 111.1 mm)[2]

TNCA

Tokyo Gasu Denk/Gasuden

Torque Master

(Valley Engineering)

Tosi

Total Engine Concepts

Trace Engines

Train

(Établissements E. Train / Société des Constructions Guinard)

Trebert

Tumansky

Turbomeca

Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

Turbo Research

Turbo Research was taken over by Avro Canada

  • Turbo Research TR.1 - abandoned design study
  • Turbo Research TR.2 - abandoned design study
  • Turbo Research TR.3 - abandoned design study
  • Turbo Research TR.4 - see Avro Canada Chinook
  • Turbo Research TR.5 - see Avro Canada Orenda

Turbo-Union

Turbo-Union was a joint venture between Rolls-Royce Ltd, MTU and Aeritalia to produce engine for Panavia Tornado

Twombly Motor Company

Twombly Motor Company (Willard Irving Twombly)

  • A 50hp 7-cylinder rotary; 4 in × 4.5 in (100 mm × 110 mm), 1912. [209]


U

Ufimtsev

(A.G. Ufimtsev)

ULPower

Union

(Union Gas Engine Company, United States)

Ursinus

(Ursinus Leichtmotorenbau)

UTC

(United Technology Corporation)

V

Valley

(Valley Engineering)

Van Blerck

(Van Blerck Motor Co., Monroe, Michigan)

Vaslin

(Henri Vaslin)

Vauxhall

(Vauxhall Motors Ltd.)

Vaxell

Vedeneyev

Velie

Verdet

Vereinegung Volkseigener Betriebe Flugzeugbau

See: Pirna

Verner Motor

Source: RMV,[1]Verner Motor range of engines,[215]

Viale

VIJA

Viking

(Viking Aircraft Engines)

Viking

(Detroit Manufacturers Syndicate Inc)

Villiers-Hay

(Villiers-Hay Development Ltd.)

Vittorazi

(Morrovalle, Italy)

Vivinus

Data from:[18]

Volkswagen

Volvo Aero

von Behren

Voronezh

(Voronezh engine factory)

W

Wackett

Source: RMV[1]

Walter Aircraft Engines

Walter (HWK)

Wankel

Warbirds-engines

(Cesky znalecky institut sro, Prague, Czech Republic)

Warner

WASAG

(Westphalisch-Anhaltische Springstoff A.G.)Source: RMV[1]

Watson

(Gary Watson of Newcastle, Texas)

Weir

Weiss

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

Welch

(Welch Aircraft Co)

Wells & Adams

Werner

Werner & Pfleiderer

Wessex

  • a 130 hp 6-cylinder in-line 105 mm × 150 mm (4.1 in × 5.9 in)[2]

West Engineering

Westermayer

(Oskar Westermayer)

Western

(Western Enterprise Engine Co)

Westinghouse

Wherry

White & Poppe

Source: RMV[1]

Whitehead

Source: RMV[1]

Wickner

Wiley Post

Wilksch

Source: RMV[1]

Williams

  • a water-cooled 125hp V-8[217]

Williams International

Source: RMV[1]

Wills

(C. Howard Wills)

  • WBB V-4 2-stroke for Sperry aerial torpedo[219]

Winterthur

(The Swiss Locomotive and machine Works)

Wisconsin

  • 140hp 6-cyl in-line 5 in × 6.5 in (130 mm × 170 mm) [220]
  • 250hp V-125 in × 6.5 in (130 mm × 170 mm) [220]

Woelfe Aixro

Wojcicli

(S.Wojcicli)

Wolseley

Source: Lumsden.[3]

Wright

Wright Company

Wright-Gypsy

Wright-Hisso

(Wright-Martin/Wright-Hisso)

Wright-Morehouse

Wright-Siemens

Wright-Tuttle

Wynne

(William Wynne) (The Corvair Authority)

X

XCOR Aerospace

Xian

Y

Yamaha

York

(Jo York)

Yuneec International

Z

Zanzottera

Z.B.

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

Zeitlin

(Joseph Zeitlin)

Zenoah

Zhuzhou

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

Zlin

Source:[223]

Zoche

ZOD

(?eskoslovenská zbrojovka Brno - ZOD)

Zündapp

See also

Notes