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In 1860, Belgian inventor Jean Joseph Etienne Lenoir created a gas-fired internal combustion engine; it was the first internal combustion engine to be mass-produced in large numbers. The design wasn’t perfect by any means, but it was a large step forward, and countless engineers have continued to iterate on the concept even to this present day.   One such engineer was Alfred Büchi, who focused his efforts on improving the power and efficiency of the engine.

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