Max Bentele

Max Bentele (January 15, 1909 - May 19, 2006) was a German-born pioneer in the field of jet aircraft turbines and mechanical engineering. His contributions to the development of the Wankel engine earned him the title, "Father of the Wankel Engine in the USA".

Read more about Max Bentele:  Bentele in Germany, Bentele in The United States, Curtiss-Wright, Father of The Wankel Engine in The USA, Impact

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Max Bentele - Impact
... Bentele's knowledge of turbine jets contributed to the successful development of American jet airplanes, which immediately dominated the field ... Much of what we know today about these engines originated with Bentele ... of these engines were largely achieved by Bentele ...

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