10 Strangest Engines of All Time

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  1. MAD LAB

    MAD LAB6 months ago

    Subscribe, Like and Check new videos! Thanks for the watching!

  2. Just About Anything

    Just About Anything17 days ago

    Nobody like click bait!!!!

  3. john preston

    john preston29 days ago

    I think you need to shut your whoremouth

  4. Up live ciamis

    Up live ciamis2 hours ago

    Wooowwww amazing

  5. rob taylor

    rob taylor3 days ago

    total tRUMP

  6. Louix Griego

    Louix Griego3 days ago

    I love dismissive your are of EV. Especially seeing how Tesla OWNS the hell out of most supports cars. You know, the soccer mom Tesla. You aren't very bright, are you?

  7. Fred Cartwright

    Fred Cartwright4 days ago

    The fist internal combustion engine was built by a French Guy in 1808 get your facts correct

  8. rab maintenance

    rab maintenance5 days ago

    Various scientists and engineers contributed to the development of internal combustion engines. In 1791, John Barber developed a turbine. In 1794 Thomas Mead patented a gas engine. Also in 1794 Robert Street patented an internal combustion engine, which was also the first to use the liquid fuel (petroleum) and built an engine around that time. In 1798, John Stevens designed the first American internal combustion engine. In 1807, French engineers Nicéphore (who went on to invent photography) and Claude Niépce ran a prototype internal combustion engine, using controlled dust explosions, the Pyréolophore. This engine powered a boat on the Saône river, France. The same year, the Swiss engineer François Isaac de Rivaz built an internal combustion engine ignited by electric spark. In 1823, Samuel Brown patented the first internal combustion engine to be applied industrially, one of his engines pumped water on the Croydon Canal from 1830 to 1836. He also demonstrated a boat using his engine on the Thames in 1827, and an engine driven carriage in 1828. Father Eugenio Barsanti, an Italian engineer, together with Felice Matteucci of Florence invented the first real internal combustion engine in 1853. Their patent request was granted in London on June 12, 1854, and published in London's Morning Journal under the title "Specification of Eugene Barsanti and Felix Matteucci, Obtaining Motive Power by the Explosion of Gasses". In 1860, Belgian Jean Joseph Etienne Lenoir produced a gas-fired internal combustion engine. In 1864, Nikolaus Otto patented the first atmospheric gas engine. In 1872, American George Brayton invented the first commercial liquid-fueled internal combustion engine. In 1876, Nikolaus Otto, working with Gottlieb Daimler and Wilhelm Maybach, patented the compressed charge, four-stroke cycle engine. In 1879, Karl Benz patented a reliable two-stroke gas engine. In 1892, Rudolf Diesel developed the first compressed charge, compression ignition engine. In 1926, Robert Goddard launched the first liquid-fueled rocket. In 1939, the Heinkel He 178 became the world's first jet aircraft. In 1954 German engineer Felix Wankel patented a "pistonless" engine using an eccentric rotary design.

  9. gghouck

    gghouck5 days ago

    Strange engines and no mention of the Chrysler Turbine=Fail.

  10. Syed Shah Nawaz Ali

    Syed Shah Nawaz Ali7 days ago

    Talking about Engines and getting the inventor wrong. Very bad dude. Very bad.

  11. Turd throwing monkey

    Turd throwing monkey8 days ago

    In the UK a "gear head" is someone that is addicted to heroin.

  12. Redx Boone

    Redx Boone8 days ago

    Dam it ur making me scream it’s not a fuckin rotary engine it’s a dam rocker engine

  13. Gus Kelman

    Gus Kelman8 days ago

    Damn check your facts

  14. Lateral Twitler

    Lateral Twitler10 days ago

    You suck at history, facts, truth, and basic research. Not to mention the title and thumb is pure click bait.

  15. Todor M

    Todor M11 days ago

    You pronounce Volkwagen incorrect. It should start with F rather with V when pronouncing it!

  16. Ali Ismael

    Ali Ismael13 days ago

    Nothing is better than an electric car.

  17. corey merrill

    corey merrill14 days ago

    So...heres a question...and yes be I may be killed for asking,but why do we not have self charging electric cars? There is more than enough space to make the wheels and axels as well as a plethora of other moving parts into electromagnetic charger units. Im sure one could also find pneumatics could potentially be used to start the vehicles motion so it is combustion free...

  18. Regal

    Regal11 days ago

    Money

  19. SMASH LEFTISM

    SMASH LEFTISM14 days ago

    Loved that 500ci Caddy’s torque. Had a friend who’s dad bought these Lead Slead’s and he used to borrow it on weekends when we were in high school. A 2 door Eldorado convertible.

  20. thelocustemperor

    thelocustemperor16 days ago

    7:22 what movie is that where the guy in the green smoking car is screaming his head off...

  21. JacobPug Poirier

    JacobPug Poirier16 days ago

    6:29 I thought those were stairs...

  22. Trevor Goldie

    Trevor Goldie17 days ago

    Oh Americans invented the Internal combustion engine did they? Utter and outright lies. Yanks trying to change history again

  23. Andreas Bergmann

    Andreas Bergmann17 days ago

    Father Eugenio Barsanti, an Italian engineer, together with Felice Matteucci of Florence invented the first real internal combustion engine in 1853. Their patent request was granted in London on June 12, 1854, and published in London's Morning Journal under the title "Specification of Eugene Barsanti and Felix Matteucci, Obtaining Motive Power by the Explosion of Gasses". In 1860, Belgian Jean Joseph Etienne Lenoir produced a gas-fired internal combustion engine. In 1864, Nikolaus Otto patented the first atmospheric gas engine. In 1872, American George Brayton invented the first commercial liquid-fueled internal combustion engine. In 1876, Nikolaus Otto, working with Gottlieb Daimler and Wilhelm Maybach, patented the compressed charge, four-stroke cycle engine. In 1879, Karl Benz patented a reliable two-stroke gas engine. In 1892, Rudolf Diesel developed the first compressed charge, compression ignition engine. In 1926, Robert Goddard launched the first liquid-fueled rocket. In 1939, the Heinkel He 178 became the world's first jet aircraft. In 1954 German engineer Felix Wankel patented a "pistonless" engine using an eccentric rotary design. Source : WikiPedia

  24. MemphisBell

    MemphisBell18 days ago

    I'm disappointed you didn't put the Chrysler turbine in this.

  25. High Overlord Snarffie Beagle

    High Overlord Snarffie Beagle18 days ago

    my car runs on kidnapped orphans, if they run the wheel well they get cheese and if they don't they get a shallow grave

  26. Paul Steinmayer

    Paul Steinmayer19 days ago

    I love the use of a 58 Plymouth Fury (from the Movie Christine) shown during the Cadillac bit!

  27. Noah Kuhns

    Noah Kuhns19 days ago

    So has anyone caught that the car on the assembly line when talking about the caddy is a Plymouth fury

  28. Yony Loya

    Yony Loya20 days ago

    Rotary engine is trash

  29. Josh Link

    Josh Link20 days ago

    I owned a 1981 Cadillac Eldarado biarritz that had 460 cu/in engine with that 4/6/8 bullshit on it....

  30. orangestoneface

    orangestoneface21 day ago

    i want to see an engine that turns itself in the engine bay of a car , rotates itself so you can see the whole engine spinning in a circle around itselfs middle, , not so hard to do . nobody done it .

  31. Dave Zwerts

    Dave Zwerts21 day ago

    Vr6 sucks .

  32. Kaikashii MntsZng

    Kaikashii MntsZng22 days ago

    The only problem of VW is the parts are so EXPENSIVE!!! I said it because I had a 00 Passat.

  33. GRANGEROUS DESIGNS

    GRANGEROUS DESIGNS22 days ago

    We could have had some awesome hydrogen cars by now if the powers that be wouldn't have murdered and threatened inventors to suppress the technology.

  34. Gabe Whisen

    Gabe Whisen22 days ago

    The last engine is a modified A/C COMPRESSOR I thought of making that as a child cool someone did it

  35. T Turner

    T Turner21 day ago

    It's a take on the Stirling engine.

  36. John Doe

    John Doe22 days ago

    I think two ads at the start is better the 50 in the middle of the vid

  37. Brandon Pollard

    Brandon Pollard22 days ago

    Ok hold the fuck up.. that was not a caddy. That red car was god damn Christine! The Plymouth Fury to tule them all!

  38. Ben Mitchell

    Ben Mitchell22 days ago

    Totally wrong about who invented the first internal combustion engine- As usual an ‘american’ voice telling us it was ‘an american’. American voice: “Bullshit!”

  39. Lamster66

    Lamster6623 days ago

    Only 6 seconds in and Robert Street 1794 and John Stevens 1798 might disagree with you

  40. Samuel Foote

    Samuel Foote24 days ago

    @5:55 no no higher compression does not mean more fuel consumption, it literally mean the piston is raised closer to the head but you have a higher risk of knock with low octane fuels.

  41. bridged13b

    bridged13b23 days ago

    In a perfect world a higher compression engine is more eficcient. Unfortunately in the real world conditions are far from perfect which means they generally add more fuel to stop knock

  42. The Duder

    The Duder24 days ago

    By sheer design, rotary engines can not be fuel efficient nor keep within evolving emission guidelines. A whole different fuel will need to be created, and the engine completely redesigned before those engines will be a major player. Too much un-burnt fuel is dumped into the exhaust because of the combustion chamber size, giving them a very low thermal efficiency. Not to even discuss the extremely poor rotor sealing due to uneven heat created because combustion only occurs in one area of the engine. That leads to very excessive oil consumption because oil has to be injected into the rotor/combustion chamber area to keep it lubed and sealed. Sorry folks, but the rotary engine is merely a half way thought out idea. Once the inventor had ignition, he stopped trying to advance his discovery. And those who followed, made no effort to advance the design in any way. That is the same concept as if we were still using oil lamps for headlights on our cars today.

  43. toaster man

    toaster man24 days ago

    4:37 does any one notice that the car licence plate says OH MY

  44. Ant

    Ant24 days ago

    VW and concern for environment??? hahahahahahahahahahahaha

  45. The Zone

    The Zone24 days ago

    Its pre-detination not detonation

  46. Julian hendrickson.94 hendrickson

    Julian hendrickson.94 hendrickson25 days ago

    200 hp is a lot for a motorcycle depending on the bike. If it is a sport bike that is a ridiculous amount of power, but for a cruiser, that isn’t bad

  47. Tech Record

    Tech Record25 days ago

    Amazing engine

  48. Andrew Houghton

    Andrew Houghton25 days ago

    ABSOLUTE BOLLOX - great viewing for americans who don't want their bubble burst!

  49. Wonka Chocolates

    Wonka Chocolates25 days ago

    Strange doesn't equal Reliable...usually, means more $$$ to repair...!!!

  50. Kaikashii MntsZng

    Kaikashii MntsZng22 days ago

    Indeed!

  51. St0ner1995

    St0ner199525 days ago

    a little disappointing there was no mention of the car with a jet engine in it

  52. luigi lasagne

    luigi lasagne25 days ago

    ashole what is strange on this machines ? nothing and fuck u dont scam my time idiot dislike u ask why ? its 120 years old i know better engines as example graviton reactor i can build a starship idiot

  53. Mike SpeedK

    Mike SpeedK25 days ago

    7:21 That was my dad's old car but not that couleur

  54. Oliver F. Rupert

    Oliver F. Rupert26 days ago

    Whooo.....

  55. demonic477

    demonic47726 days ago

    Mazda is going to bring the rotary back . they say they have found a way to make them more efficient and plan on using it as the generator power plant for a electric hybrid . being as compact and powerful as they are it's a match made in heaven . that and I want to see how they pull it off when they leak and burn more oil then a hundred chain saw's a eat fuel like a big block still you got to love the size to power ratio .

  56. Völl Däpp

    Völl Däpp26 days ago

    "...since the Invention of the first internal combustion engine by the American George Brayton 1872" Hahahaha! Very funny. Brayton was actually late: Nicolaus August Otto -> internal combustion engine 1867 showed at the international Paris fair. Developed since 1862 or so. At 1872, Nicolaus August Otto already hat a 300.000 Silverthaler stock corporation for building Gas operated engines, the "Gasmotoren-Fabrik Deutz AG". And Otto also had trouble, because he violated patents on 4 cycle internal combustion engines, which where granted Christian Reithmann (1860) and Alphonse Beau de Rochas (1862). And then there was Samuel Brown... his invention was strictly speaking also am internal combustion engine - > 1826