When Was The First Car Radiator Invented And Who Invented It?


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In 1862, the French engineer Alphonse Beau de Rochas invented the principle of the 4-step combustion engine. He was the one to invent the car radiator as well.
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Historians credit the invention of the radiator to Karl Benz, the German automobile engineer and designer who is also given credit for the creation of the first gasoline powered automobile. He, along with Wilhelm Maybach and Gottlieb Daimler, came up with the basic design nearly at the same time, though none of the three new the other two were working on such a device.

It was Benz, though, who was the first to patent his design. In fact, Benz was so efficient at getting his innovations for the internal combustion engine to the patent office first that he is generally referred to as the inventor of the automobile engine. His first engine appeared in 1878, and he was granted a patent for it in 1879. The radiator was an integral part of this first engine.

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