List of aircraft engines

2

2si

  • 2si 215 – aircraft, multifuel, industrial engine
  • 2si 230 – aircraft, multifuel, industrial engine
  • 2si 460 – aircraft, multifuel, marine, industrial and sport vehicle engine
  • 2si 500 – sport vehicle engine
  • 2si 540 – aircraft and sport vehicle engine
  • 2si 690

3

3W

Source: RMV[1]

  • 3W-110
  • 3W-112
  • 3W-170
  • 3W-210
  • 3W-220

A

Abadal

Source: RMV[1] (Francisco Serramalera Abadal)

  • Abadal Y-12 350/400 hp 120 mm × 140 mm (4.7 in × 5.5 in)[2]

ABC

(All British Engine Co Ltd.) Source: Lumsden[3]

ABECO

Source: RMV[1]

  • ABECO GEM

Aberg

Source: RMV[1]

  • Type Sklenar

ABLE

Source: RMV, Able Experimental Aircraft Engine Co.[7] (Able Experimental Aircraft Engine Co., Altimizer, Hoverhawk (US))

  • ABLE 2275
  • ABLE 2500
  • ABLE VW x 2 Geared Drive

ACAE

Source: RMV[1]

  • (See (AVIC)

Accurate Automation Corp

  • Accurate Automation AT-1500
  • Accurate Automation AT-1700

Ace

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

ACE

(American Cirrus Engine Inc) Source: RMV[1][8]

ACT

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

  • ACT Super 600

Adams

Source: RMV[1]

  • Adams (UK) 4 Cylinder in-line of 140 HP
  • Adams (UK) 8 V

Adams-Dorman

Source: RMV[1]

  • Adams-Dorman 60/80 HP

Adams-Farwell

(Adams Company, Dubuque, Iowa / F.O. Farwell) Source: RMV[1]

  • Adams-Farwell 36hp 5-cyl rotary engine 4.25 in × 3.25 in (108 mm × 83 mm)[2][8][4][8]
  • Adams-Farwell 50 HP[8]
  • Adams-Farwell 55hp 5-cyl rotary 5.25 in × 5 in (133 mm × 127 mm)[2][8]
  • Adams-Farwell 63hp 5-cyl rotary 5.625 in × 5 in (142.9 mm × 127.0 mm)[2][4][8]
  • Adams-Farwell 72hp 5-cyl rotary 6 in × 6 in (150 mm × 150 mm)[2][4][8]
  • Adams-Farwell 280hp 6cyl double rotary 6 in × 6 in (150 mm × 150 mm)[2][8]
  • Adams-Farwell 6-cyl double rotary 5 in × 5 in (130 mm × 130 mm)[2]
  • Adams-Farwell 10-cyl double rotary 5 in × 5 in (130 mm × 130 mm)[2]
  • Adams-Farwell 14-cyl double rotary 5 in × 5 in (130 mm × 130 mm)[2]
  • Adams-Farwell 18-cyl double rotary 5 in × 5 in (130 mm × 130 mm)[2]
  • Adams-Farwell KM 11[8]

ADC

Source: Lumsden[3]

Adept-Airmotive

Source: RMV[1]

Ader

Source: RMV[1]

  • Ader Eole engine (Vapour)
  • Ader Avion engine (Vapour)
  • Ader 2V
  • Ader 4V

Adler

Source: RMV[1]

  • Adler 50hp 4-cyl in-line 100 mm × 125 mm (3.9 in × 4.9 in)[2]
  • Adler 100hp 6-cyl in-line 115 mm × 135 mm (4.5 in × 5.3 in)[2]
  • Adler 222hp V-8 116 mm × 160 mm (4.6 in × 6.3 in)[2]

Admiralty

Source: RMV[1]

Adorjan & Dedics

Source: RMV[1]

  • Adorjan & Dedics 2V

Advance Engines

Source: RMV[1]

  • Advance 4V, 20/25 HP

Advanced Engine Design

Source: RMV[1]

  • Advanced Engine Design Spitfire 1 Cylinder
  • Advanced Engine Design Spitfire 2 Cylinder
  • Advanced Engine Design Spitfire 3 Cylinder
  • Advanced Engine Design Spitfire 4 Cylinder
  • Advanced Engine Design K2-1000
  • Advanced Engine Design 110 HP (BMW Conversion)
  • Advanced Engine Design 220 LC
  • Advanced Engine Design 440 LC
  • Advanced Engine Design 660 LC
  • Advanced Engine Design 880 LC
  • Advanced Engine Design 530 (Kawasaki Conversion)

AEADC

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

  • AEADC Gryphon M[8]
  • AEADC Gryphon N[8]
  • AEADC O-510 (Gryphon M)[8]
  • AEADC O-810 (Gryphon N)[8]

AEC

Source: RMV[1]

  • AEC Keane

Aeolus Flugmotor

Source: RMV[1]

Aerien CC

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aerien 20/25 HP
  • Aerien 30 HP

Aermacchi

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aermacchi MB-2

Aero & Marine

  • Aero & Marine 50 HP

Aero Adventure (engines)

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aero Adventure GFL-2000

Aero Conversions Inc.

Source: RMV[1] (See AeroConversions)

Aero Development

Source: RMV[1] (See SPEER)

Aero Engines Ltd.

(formerly William Douglas (Bristol) Ltd.)

  • Aero Engines Dryad[3]
  • Aero Engines Pixie[3]
  • Aero Engines Sprite[3]
  • Aero Engines Inverted V-4[1]
  • Aero Engines Inverted V-6[1]
  • Douglas 750cc

Aero Motion

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aero Motion 0-100
  • Aero Motion 0-101

Aero Motors

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aero Motors Aerobat 150 HP

Aero Pixie

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aero Pixie 153 cc, 2T

Aero Prag

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aeroprag KT-422
  • Aeroprag AP-45
  • Aeroprag TP-422

Aero Products

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

  • Aero Products Scorpion 100 HP

Aero Sled

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aero Sled Twin Flat, 20 HP

Aero Sport International

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aero Sport International Wade Aero (WANKEL) 2 Types

Aero Sport Power

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aero Sport Power Up-Rated Lycomings and Continentals

Aero Thrust

Source: RMV[1]

Aero Turbines Ltd

Source: RMV[1]

AeroTwin Motors Corporation

(Henderson, Nevada, United States)

Aerodaimler

Source: RMV[1]

Aeroconversions

Source: RMV[1] (AeroConversions, Inc. (AeroVee), Oshkosh, Wisconsin)

  • AeroVee 2180

Aerojet

(Aerojet-General Corporation)

Aeromarine Company

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aeromarine Company D5-1 (Pulse-Jet)

Aeromarine

  • Aeromarine AL[1]
  • Aeromarine NAL[1]
  • Aeromarine S[1]
  • Aeromarine S-12[1]
  • Aeromarine AR-3[8]
  • Aeromarine AR-3-40[8]
  • Aeromarine AR-5[8]
  • Aeromarine AR-7[1]
  • Aeromarine AL-24[1]
  • Aeromarine B-9[1]
  • Aeromarine B 45 degree V-8 170 hp 3.625 in × 5.125 in (92.1 mm × 130.2 mm)[2][8]
  • Aeromarine B 90 degree V-8 166 hp 3.625 in × 5.125 in (92.1 mm × 130.2 mm)[2][8]
  • Aeromarine D-12 150 hp 4.3125 in × 5.125 in (109.54 mm × 130.18 mm)[2][8]
  • Aeromarine K-6 100 hp 4.3125 in × 5.125 in (109.54 mm × 130.18 mm)
  • Aeromarine L-6 130 hp 4.25 in × 6.5 in (108 mm × 165 mm)[2][1]
  • Aeromarine L-6-D (direct drive)[2][11]
  • Aeromarine L-6-G (geared)[2][11]
  • Aeromarine L-8 192 hp 4.25 in × 6.5 in (108 mm × 165 mm)[2][8]
  • Aeromarine RAD[8]
  • Aeromarine T-6[8]
  • Aeromarine U-6[8]
  • Aeromarine U-6-D[1]
  • Aeromarine U-8[1]
  • Aeromarine U-8-873[1]
  • Aeromarine U-8D[8]
  • Aeromarine 85hp 1914[8]
  • Aeromarine 90hp 6-cyl in-line 4.3125 in × 5.125 in (109.54 mm × 130.18 mm)
  • Aeromarine 100hp V-8 3.5 in × 5.125 in (88.9 mm × 130.2 mm)[2][1][8]

Aeromax

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aeromax 100 I-F-B
  • Aeromax 100 L-D

Aeromotion

See AMI

Aeromotor

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

  • Aeromotor 30hp 4-cyl in-line[2]
  • Aeromotor 75hp 6-cyl in-line[2]

Aeronamic

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aeronamic ATS

Aeronautical Engineering Co.

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aeronautical Engineering 9-cyl radial 200 HP

Aeronautical Manufacturing

Source: RMV[1]

Aeronca

Aeronco

(Aeronautical Corporation of Great Britain Ltd.)? Source: RMV[1]

Aeroplane

(Aeroplane Motors) Source: RMV[1]

  • Aeroplane 59hp V-8 3.98 in × 4.72 in (101 mm × 120 mm)[2]

Aeroprotech

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aeroprotech VW 2.3

Aerosila

(APU'S, APP'S) Source: RMV[1]

  • Aerosila TA-4 FE
  • Aerosila 6 A/U
  • Aerosila 8 N/K
  • Aerosila 12
  • Aerosila 12-60
  • Aerosila 14 (-032,-130,-35)
  • Aerosila 18-100 (-200)
  • GTTP-300

Aerosport

Aerosud-Marvol

Source: RMV[1]

Aerostar

Source: RMV[1]

Aerotech engines

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aerotech 2 Cylinder 2T

Aerotech-PL

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aerotech-PL EA81, Subaru conversion
  • Aerotech-PL VW conversion
  • Aerotech-PL BMW conversion
  • Aerotech-PL Suzuki conversion
  • Aerotech-PL Guzzi conversion

Aerotechnik

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aerotechnik Tatra-100
  • Aerotechnik Tatra-102
  • Aerotechnik Hirth (Lic)
  • Aerotechnik Mikron (Lic)
  • Aerotechnik Tatra-714 (VW)

Aerotek (USA)

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aerotek Mazda RX-7 (conversion)

AeroVee

(See Aero Conversions)[1]

AES

(See Rev-Air)[1]

AFECO

(Joint Arab-French venture)[1]

Affordable Turbine Power

Source: RMV[1]

  • Affordable Turbine Power Model 6.5

AFR

Source: RMV[1]

  • AFR BMW Conversion
  • AFR R 100 70/80 hp
  • AFR R 1100D 90/100 hp
  • AFR R 1100S 98 hp
  • AFR R 1150RT 95 hp
  • AFR R 1200GS 100 hp

Agilis

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

  • Agilis TF-800
  • Agilis TF-1000
  • Agilis TF-1200
  • Agilis TF-1400
  • Agilis TF-1500
  • Agilis TJ-60 (MT-60)
  • Agilis TJ-75
  • Agilis TJ-80
  • Agilis TJ-400

Agusta

Ahrbecker Son and Hankers

Source: RMV[1]

  • Ahrbecker Son and Hankers 10 HP
  • Ahrbecker Son and Hankers 20 HP
  • Ahrbecker Son and Hankers 1 Cylinder – vapor

AIC

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

Aichi

Source:Gunston 1989[14] except where noted.

AICTA

(AICTA Design Work, Prague, Czech Republic)

AIDC

Source: RMV[1]

Aiello

  • Aiello Experimentals, various models[1]

Aile Volante

  • Aile Volante C.C.2[15]
  • Aile Volante C.C.4[16]

Air Repair Incorporated

Source: RMV[1] (Jacobs License)

(Jacobs-Page License)

Air Ryder

Source: RMV[1]

  • Air Ryder Subaru EA-81 (Conversion)

Air Technical Arsenal

Source: RMV[1]

  • Air Technical Arsenal TSU-11
  • Air Technical Arsenal TR-30

Air-Craft Engine Corp

Source: RMV[1]

  • Air-Craft Engine Corp LA-1

Aircat

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

  • Aircat Radial 5 cylinders

Aircooled Motors

(See Franklin)

Aircraft

( Aircraft Engine Co Inc, Oakland CA.)

  • Aircraft 1911 80hp

Aircraft Engine Develop.

  • Alfaro Axial
  • "Baby" Twin-flat

Aircraft Engine Services

  • AES -V300T

Aircraft Engine Specialists

  • Millenium (Up-rated Lyc. and Cont)

Aircraft Holding Corp.

  • Murray Ajax
  • Murray Atlas

Aircraft & Ind. Motor Corp.

(See Schubert)

Aircraft Propeller Co.

Airculture

  • Guzzi (conversion)[1]
  • BMW (conversion)[1]

Airdelta

AiResearch

(See Garrett, Allied Signal and Honeywell)

Airex

Airmotive-Perito

See ADAPT

  • Airmotive-Perito 280N
  • Airmotive-Perito 300R
  • Airmotive-Perito 320T

Airship

  • Airship A-Tech 100 Diesel[1]

Airtrike

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

Airways Mfg.

AISA

Source: RMV[1]

  • Ramjet on rotor

Aixro

Source: RMV[1]

  • Aixro XF-40
  • Aixro XH-40
  • Aixro XP-40
  • Aixro XR-30
  • Aixro XR-40
  • Aixro XR-50

Ajax

Source: RMV[1]

  • Ajax 7-cyl rotary
  • Ajax 6-cyl radial (2 rows of 3 cyls.), 80 HP

Akkerman

  • Akkerman Model 235 30 HP, special fuel[1]

Akron

  • Funk E200
  • Funk E4L[1]

AKSAI

Albatross

(Albatross Co Detroit)

  • Albatross 50hp 6-cyl radial 4.5 in × 5 in (110 mm × 130 mm)[1][2]
  • Albatross 100hp 6-cyl radial 5.5 in × 5 in (140 mm × 130 mm)[2][1]

Aldasoro

  • Aldasoro aero engine[1]

Alexander

  • Alexander 4-cyl[1]
  • Alexanderradial 5-cyl[1]

Alfa Romeo

(Societa per Azioni Alfa Romeo) Data from:Italian Civil & Military Aircraft 1930–1945[17]

Alfaro

Allen

Alliance

  • Alliance Warrior 7-cyl radial

Allied

  • Allied Monsoon Licensed manufacturer of French Règnier 4L

AlliedSignal

Allis-Chalmers

Source: Gunston[14]

  • Allis-Chalmers J36

Allison

Almen

Alvaston

  • Alvaston 20hp 2-cyl opposed 114 mm × 114 mm (4.5 in × 4.5 in)[2][22]
  • Alvaston 30hp 2-cyl opposed 132 mm × 127 mm (5.2 in × 5.0 in)[2][22]
  • Alvaston 50hp 4-cyl opposed 144 mm × 128 mm (5.7 in × 5.0 in)[2][22]

Alvis

Source: Lumsden[3]

American Cirrus Engine (ACE)

See: ACE

American Engineering Corporation

Source: RMV[1]

  • ACE Keane

American Helicopter

  • American Helicopter PJ49 Pulsejet
  • American Helicopter XPJ49-AH-3

American

  • American 1911 rotary
  • American S-5 radial

AMCEL

(AMCEL Propulsion Company)

  • AMCEL controllable solid fuel rocket[9]

AMI

(AeroMotion Inc.)

  • AeroMotion Twin[23]
  • AeroMotion O-100 Twin
  • AeroMotion O-101 Twin

AMT

AMT

(Aviation Microjet Technology)

A.M.U.A.L

(Établissement A.M.U.A.L)

  • A.M.U.A.L M.J.5 65° V-8 350 hp 150 mm × 200 mm (5.9 in × 7.9 in)[2]
  • A.M.U.A.L M.J.6 90° V-8 400 hp 150 mm × 200 mm (5.9 in × 7.9 in)[2]
  • A.M.U.A.L M.J.7 90° V-8 600 hp 180 mm × 210 mm (7.1 in × 8.3 in)[2]

Angle

  • Angle 100hp Radial

Ansaldo

(Gio. Ansaldo & C. / San Giorgio)

  • Ansaldo San Giorgio 4E-145 6I 300 hp[27][2]
  • Ansaldo San Giorgio 4E-150 6I 300 hp[27][2]
  • Ansaldo San Giorgio 4E-284 V-12 450 hp[27][2]
  • Ansaldo San Giorgio 4E-290 V-12 550 hp[27][2]

Antoinette

Source:Gunston[14][18]

  • Antoinette 32hp V-8 80 mm × 80 mm (3.1 in × 3.1 in)[2]
  • Antoinette 46hp?
  • Antoinette 64hp V-16 80 mm × 80 mm (3.1 in × 3.1 in)[2]
  • Antoinette 67hp V-8 110 mm × 105 mm (4.3 in × 4.1 in)
  • Antoinette 165hp V-16
  • Antoinette 134hp V-8 110 mm × 105 mm (4.3 in × 4.1 in)[2]
  • Antoinette 55hp V-8[2]
  • Antoinette V-32[2]

Anzani

(Société des Moteurs Anzani) Source:[14][18][28] For British Anzani products see: British Anzani

Air-cooled Anzani engines

Water-cooled Anzani engines

  • Anzani 30-32hp V-4 100 mm × 120 mm (3.9 in × 4.7 in)[2]
  • Anzani 56-70hp V-4 135 mm × 150 mm (5.3 in × 5.9 in)[2]
  • Anzani 600-700hp 20-cyl radial 140 mm × 150 mm (5.5 in × 5.9 in)[2] In-line radial 10 banks of 2 cylinders[30][31]
  • Anzani W-6[2]
  • Anzani 3A
  • Anzani 6A3 (6-cyl radial 60 hp)

ARDEM

(Avions Roger Druine Engines M)

  • Ardem 4 CO2

Ares

(Ares ltd., Finland)

  • Ares diesel Cirrus[[32]

Argus Motoren

Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

  • Argus Type I (4-cyl. 50-70hp 124 mm × 130 mm (4.88 in × 5.12 in))[2][33]
  • Argus Type II (4-cyl. 100hp 140 mm × 140 mm (5.51 in × 5.51 in))[2]
  • Argus Type III (6-cyl. 110hp 124 mm × 130 mm (4.88 in × 5.12 in))[2]
  • Argus Type IV (4-cyl. 140hp 150 mm × 170 mm (6.1 in × 6.5 in))[2]
  • Argus Type V (6-cyl. 140hp 140 mm × 140 mm (5.51 in × 5.51 in))[2]
  • Argus Type VI (6-cyl. 140hp 150 mm × 170 mm (6.1 in × 6.5 in))[2]
  • Argus Type VII (6-cyl. 115-130hp 130 mm × 130 mm (5.12 in × 5.12 in))[2]
  • Argus Type VIII (6-cyl. 190hp 150 mm × 145 mm (5.91 in × 5.7 in))[2]
  • Argus As I 4-cylinder, 100-hp, year 1913[34]
  • Argus As II, 6-cylinder, 120-hp, year 1914[35]
  • Argus As III 6-cylinder upright inline
  • Argus As 5 24-cylinder in-line radial (6 banks of four cylinders)
  • Argus As VI 700hp V-12[31]
  • Argus As VIA[31]
  • Argus As 7 9R 700 hp[33]
  • Argus As 8 4-cylinder inverted inline[33]
  • Argus As 10 8-cylinder inverted V[33]
  • Argus As 12 16H 550 hp[33]
  • Argus As 16 4-cylinder horizontally-opposed 35hp[36]
  • Argus As 17
  • Argus As 014 pulse jet engine for V-1 flying bomb and Tornado boat
  • Argus As 044[33]
  • Argus As 16 4-cylinder inverted inline 40 hp[33]
  • Argus As 17 6-cylinder inverted inline 225 hp / 285 hp[33]
  • Argus As 401 development and renumbering of the As 10
  • Argus As 402[33]
  • Argus As 403 radial engine project, not built.
  • Argus As 410 12-cylinder inverted V[33]
  • Argus As 411 12-cylinder inverted V[33]
  • Argus As 412 24-cylinder H-block, prototyped[33]
  • Argus As 413 similar to 412, never built[33]
  • Argus 109-014
  • Argus 109-044[33]
  • Argus 115hp 6-cylinder upright inline 130 mm × 130 mm (5.1 in × 5.1 in)[11]
  • Argus 130hp 6-cylinder upright inline 130 mm × 130 mm (5.1 in × 5.1 in)[11]
  • Argus 145hp 6-cylinder upright inline 140 mm × 140 mm (5.5 in × 5.5 in)[11]
  • Argus 190hp 6-cylinder upright inline 150 mm × 145 mm (5.9 in × 5.7 in)[11]

Argyll

(Argylls Ltd.)

  • Argyll 120hp[2]

Armstrong Siddeley

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

Armstrong-Whitworth

  • Armstrong-Whitworth 1918 30° V-12[11][2]

Arrow SNC

Arsenal

(Arsenal de l'Aéronautique) Source:Gunston[14]

Asahina

  • Asahina 9-cyl 100hp rotary [2]

Ashmusen

(Ashmusen Manufacturing Company, Providence, Rhode Island)

  • Ashmusen 1908 60hp 8HOA[2]
  • Ashmusen 1908 105hp 12HOA[11][2]

Aspin

(F.M. Aspin & Company)

Aster

Astrodyne

(Astrodyne Inc.)

ATAR

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

  • ATAR 101
  • ATAR 103
  • ATAR 104 ( Vulcain)
  • ATAR 201
  • ATAR 202
  • ATAR 203

Atwood

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

  • Atwood 120-180hp V-12 (3.5 in × 4.5 in (89 mm × 114 mm) bore x stroke[2][37]
  • Atwood M-1 (1916)
  • Atwood M-2 (1916)
  • Atwood Twin Six

Aubier & Dunne

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

  • Aubier & Dunne 2-cyl 17hp[15]
  • Aubier & Dunne 3-cyl[15]
  • Aubier-Dunne V.2D

Austin

(Austin Motor Company)

  • Austin V-12[2]
  • Austin rotary engine[2]

Austro-Daimler

Source:Gunston[14]

Austro Engine

Auto Diesels

  • Auto Diesels STAD A250[38]
  • Auto Diesels STAD A260[38]
  • Auto Diesels LPI Mk.12A/L[38]
  • Auto Diesels LPI Mk.12A/T[38]
  • Auto Diesels LPI Mk.12A/D[38]
  • Auto Diesels GT15[38]
  • Auto Diesels 7660.001.020[38]

Ava

(L'Agence General des Moteurs Ava)

Avco Lycoming

See:Lycoming

Avia

(Avia Wytwórnia Maszyn Precyzjnych)

Avia

(Avia Akciova Spolecnost pro Prumysel Letecky)

Avia

(Avia Narodny Podnik)

Aviadvigatel

Aviatik

  • Aviatik 70hp 4-cyl in-line 124 mm × 130 mm (4.9 in × 5.1 in)[29]
  • Aviatik 100hp 4-cyl in-line 140 mm × 140 mm (5.5 in × 5.5 in)[29]
  • Aviatik 150hp 4-cyl in-line 155 mm × 165 mm (6.1 in × 6.5 in)[29]

A.V. Roe

  • A.V. Roe 20hp 2-cyl.[3]

Avro

Avro Canada

Source:Gunston[14]

Axelson

  • Axelson A-7-R
  • Axelson-Floco B

Axial Vector Engine Corporation

Aztatl

  • Aztatl 3-cyl radial[2]
  • Aztatl 6-cyl 80hp radial[2][43]
  • Aztatl 10-cyl radial[2]

B

Bailey Aviation

Baradat – Esteve

(Claudio Baradat Guillé & Carlos Esteve)

  • Baradat toroidal engine[1]

Basse und Selve

(Basse & Selve, Altena (Westf) Flugmotorenwerke)

  • Basse und Selve BuS. 120hp (125 mm × 160 mm (4.9 in × 6.3 in) 120-130 hp)[2]
  • Basse und Selve BuS.III 150 hp
  • Basse und Selve BuS.IV (160 mm × 200 mm (6.3 in × 7.9 in) / 155 mm × 200 mm (6.1 in × 7.9 in) 260 hp / 270 hp)[2]
  • Basse und Selve BuS.IVa 300 hp[11]

Bates

Data from:[18]

  • Bates 29hp V-4

Bayerische

(Bayerische Motoren Gesellschaft)

  • Bayerische 7-cyl 50hp rotary[2]

Beardmore

Source: Lumsden[3]

Béarn

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

Beatty

  • Beatty 40hp 4-cyl.(4.375 in × 4 in (111.1 mm × 101.6 mm))[2]
  • Beatty 50hp 4-cyl.(4.375 in × 4.5 in (111.1 mm × 114.3 mm))[2][3]
  • Beatty 60hp 4-cyl. (geared 0.66:1 4.375 in × 5 in (111.1 mm × 127.0 mm))[2]
  • Beatty 80hp 8-cyl. V-8 (4.375 in × 4 in (111.1 mm × 101.6 mm))[2][3]

Beck

  • Beck 1910 toroidal engine[2]
  • Beck 35hp 4cyl toroidal engine 80 mm × 130 mm (3.1 in × 5.1 in)[29]
  • Beck 50hp 4cyl toroidal engine 110 mm × 130 mm (4.3 in × 5.1 in)[29]
  • Beck 75hp 4cyl toroidal engine 120 mm × 130 mm (4.7 in × 5.1 in)[29]

Beecher

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

  • Beecher 8HOA[2]

Bell Aerosystems Company

Bentley

Source: Lumsden[3]

Benz

(Benz & Cie) Source:Gunston[14]

  • Benz 195hp (V-8 125 mm × 140 mm (4.9 in × 5.5 in))[2]
  • Benz FX (4-cyl 100 hp 130 mm × 180 mm (5.1 in × 7.1 in))[2]
  • Benz Bz.I (Type FB) (6-cyl 85-95 hp 106 mm × 150 mm (4.2 in × 5.9 in))[2]
  • Benz Bz.II (Type FD) (6-cyl 100-110 hp 116 mm × 160 mm (4.6 in × 6.3 in))[2]
  • Benz Bz.III (Type FF) (6-cyl 150 hp 130 mm × 180 mm (5.1 in × 7.1 in))[2]
  • Benz Bz.IIIa - unrelated
  • Benz Bz.IIIav (6-cyl 240 hp 140 mm × 190 mm (5.5 in × 7.5 in))[2]
  • Benz Bz.IIIb (V-8 195-200 hp 135 mm × 135 mm (5.3 in × 5.3 in))[2]
  • Benz Bz.IV (6-cyl 200-230 hp 145 mm × 190 mm (5.7 in × 7.5 in))[2]
  • Benz Bz.IVa
  • Benz Bz.V (V-12 400 hp 145 mm × 170 mm (5.7 in × 6.7 in))[2]
  • Benz Bz.Vb (V-12 450 hp 135 mm × 150 mm (5.3 in × 5.9 in))[2]
  • Benz Bz.VI (V-12 500-625 hp 145 mm × 190 mm (5.7 in × 7.5 in))[2]
  • Benz Bz.VIv (V-12 500-575 hp 165 mm × 200 mm (6.5 in × 7.9 in))[2]

Berliner

(Emile Berliner)

  • Berliner 6hp rotary helicopter engine

Bertin

  • Bertin 50hp X-4[4]
  • Bertin 100hp X-8[4]

Besler

(SEE: Doble-Besler)

Better Half

B.H.P.

(Beardmore-Halford-Pullinger)

  • B.H.P 160hp
  • B.H.P 200hp

Binetti

  • Binetti B-300[2]

Blackburn

Source: Lumsden[3]

Blackburne

(Burney and Blackburne) Source: Lumsden[3]

Bliss

(E.W. Bliss Company)

Bloch

(Avions Marcel Bloch)

BMW

Source: Gunston[14] except where noted (Bayerische Motorenwerke – Bavarian Motor Company))

Boeing

Source:Pelletier[47] except where noted

  • Boeing T50
  • Boeing T60
  • Boeing 500
  • Boeing 502
  • Boeing 514[20]
  • Boeing 520
  • Boeing 540 gas turbine engine (turboprop)
  • Boeing 550
  • Boeing 551 gas turbine engine (turboprop)
  • Boeing 553 gas turbine engine (turboprop)

Boitel

(Achille Boitel)

Boland

(Boland Aeroplane and Motor Company)

Bonner

(Aero Bonner Ltd.)

  • Bonner Super Sapphire[41]

Borzecki

(Jozef Borzecki)

Botali

  • Botali Diesel – eight-cylinder air-cooled 118 hp[19]

Bramo

(Brandenburgische Motorenwerke – Brandenburg motor company) Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

Brandner

Breda

(Società Italiana Ernesto Breda)

  • Breda 320hp V-8[2]

Breguet-Bugatti

  • Breguet-Bugatti U.16
  • Breguet-Bugatti U.24
  • Breguet-Bugatti U.24bis
  • Breguet-Bugatti Quadrimotor Type A
  • Breguet-Bugatti Quadrimotor Type B
  • Breguet-Bugatti H-32B

Breitfeld & Danek

  • Breitfeld & Danek Perun I 6-cylinder 170 hp
  • Breitfeld & Danek Perun II 6-cylinder 276 hp
  • Breitfeld & Danek BD-500 500hp
  • Breitfeld & Daněk Hiero IV
  • Breitfeld & Daněk Hiero L
  • Breitfeld & Daněk Hiero N

Breese

(Vance Breese)

  • Breese 40hp 3-cyl radial[2]

Breuer

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

Brewer

(Captain R.W.A. Brewer)

  • Brewer Type M Gryphon O-8[39]
  • Brewer 250hp O-12[39]
  • Brewer 500hp X-16[39]

Briggs & Stratton

(Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, United States)

Bristol

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

  • Bristol BE.25[10]
  • Bristol BRJ.1 6in ramjet, Initial development model using Boeing combustor.
  • Bristol BRJ.2 16in ramjet. Scaled up BRJ1 with Boeing combustor.
  • Bristol BRJ.2/5 16in M2 ramjet. Used on early Red Duster. Known to the MoS as BT.1 Thor
  • Bristol BRJ.3 16in M2 ramjet. Fitted with NGTE combustor and used on XRD. Rated at 100,000 lbf (440 kN) at M3, Ø = 16 in (41 cm)
  • Bristol BRJ.4/1 16in M2 ramjet. Used on early Red Duster and Bloodhound I. Known to the MoS as BT.2 Thor
  • Bristol BRJ.5/1 16in M2 ramjet. Used on Bloodhound II. Became BT.3 Thor
  • Bristol BRJ.601 16in M3 ramjet. Tested on Bobbin.
  • Bristol BRJ.701 23in M3 ramjet project study.
  • Bristol BRJ.801[20]
  • Bristol BRJ.801 18in M3 ramjet. Initial M3 ramjet developed for Stage 1¾ Blue Envoy.
  • Bristol BRJ.811 18in M3 ramjet. M3 ramjet developed for Stage 1¾ Blue Envoy.
  • Bristol BRJ.824 18in M3 ramjet. Cancelled with Blue Steel Mk2.

Bristol Siddeley

British Anzani

For French Anzani engines see: Anzani

British Salmson

(British Salmson Engines Limited)

British Rotary

  • British Rotary 100hp 10-cyl. rotary[2] ( A mis-identification of the British Anzani 10-cyl????)

Brooke

(Brooke, Chicago)

  • Brooke 85hp 10-cyl. rotary[2]
  • Brooke 24hp 6-cyl. rotary[2]
  • Brooke Multi-X[2]

Brott

(A. Brott, Denver, Colorado)

  • Brott 35hp V-4 air-cooled[2]
  • Brott 45hp V-4 water-cooled[2]
  • Brott 60hp V-8 air-cooled[2]

Brouhot

Brownback

(Brownback Motor Laboratories Inc.)

  • Brownback C-400 (Tiger 100)[40]

Bucherer

  • Bucherer 2-cyl rotary[2]

Buchet

  • Buchet 6 in-line[2]
  • Buchet 8-12hp 3-cyl inline[49]
  • Buchet 24hp 6-cyl radial 80 mm × 80 mm (3.15 in × 3.15 in)[18][2]

Bücker

  • Bücker M 700

Budworth

(David Budworth Limited)

Bugatti

(Ettore Bugatti)

Burgess-White

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

Burlat

(Société des Moteurs Rotatifs Burlat)

  • Burlat 8cyl. 35hp rotary - 26 kW (35 hp) @ 1800 rpm, 95 mm × 120 mm (3.74 in × 4.72 in). 85 kg (187 lb). 6 500F[53][2][29]
  • Burlat 8cyl. 60hp rotary - 45 kW (60 hp) @ 1800 rpm, 120 mm × 120 mm (4.72 in × 4.72 in), 120 kg (264 lb), 11000F[53][2][29]
  • Burla 8cyl. 75hp rotary - 56 kW (75 hp) @ 1800 rpm, 120 mm × 170 mm (4.72 in × 6.69 in), 140 kg (308 lb), 11000F[53][2]
  • Burlat 16cyl. 120hp rotary - 89 kW (120 hp)p @ 1750 rpm, 120 mm × 120 mm (4.72 in × 4.72 in), 225 kg (495 lb), 22000 F[53][2][29]

Burnelli

(Burnelli Aircraft Limited)

  • Burnelli AR-3

Burt

(Peter Burt)

  • Burt 180hp V-12[2]

C

CAC

(Commonwealth Aircraft Corporation)

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

()

  • Canton-Unné X-9

Cameron

(Cameron Aero Engine Division / Everett S. Cameron)

  • Cameron C4-I-E1[6]
  • Cameron C6[6]
  • Cameron C12[6]

Campini

Source:Gunston[14]

CANSA

(Fabbrica Italiana Automobili TorinoCostruzioni Aeronautiche Novaresi S.A.)

Carden Aero Engines

Source:Ord-Hume.[57]

CAREC

(China National Aero-Engine Corporation)

Casanova

(Ramon Casanova)

  • Casanova pulse-jet[1]

Cato

Caunter

Centrum

  • Centrum 150hp 6-cyl radial[2]

Ceskoslovenska Zbrojovka

Data from:[18]

  • Ceskoslovenska Zbrojovka ZOD 260-B 2-stroke radial diesel engine – 260 hp[19]

CFM International

Chaise

(Societe Anonyme Omnium Metallurgique et Industriel / Etablissements Chaise et Cie)[58]

Chamberlin

  • Chamberlin L-236
  • Chamberlin L-267

Changzhou

(Changzhou Lan Xiang Machinery Works)

Charomskiy

Source:Gunston[14]

Chelomey

  • Chelomey D-3 Pulse-jet
  • Chelomey D-5 Pulse-jet
  • Chelomey D-6 Pulse-jet
  • Chelomey D-7 Pulse-jet

Chenu

  • Chenu 50-65hp 4-cyl DD 110 mm × 190 mm (4.3 in × 7.5 in)[29][2]
  • Chenu 75hp 6-cyl in-line 110 mm × 190 mm (4.3 in × 7.5 in)[29]
  • Chenu 90hp 4-cyl GD 120 mm × 130 mm (4.7 in × 5.1 in)[29][2]
  • Chenu 80-90hp 6-cyl DD[2]
  • Chenu 80-90hp 6-cyl GD[2]
  • Chenu 200-250hp 6-cyl DD 150 mm × 120 mm (5.9 in × 4.7 in)[29] (for dirigibles)[2]

Chevolair

(The Arthur Chevrolet Aviation Motors Corporation)

  • Chevrolair 1923 Water-cooled in-line 4 upright[61]
  • Chevrolair D-4[40]
  • Chevrolair D-6[40][62]

Chevrolair

  • Chevrolair 1923 Air-cooled in-line 4 upright and inverted[61]

Chevrolet

Chinese Aero-engines

Chotia

Christoffersen

(Christoffersen Aircraft Company)

  • Christoffersen 120hp 6-cyl in-line[2]
  • Christoffersen 120hp V-12[2]

Chrysler

Church

(Jim Church)

  • Church J-3 Marathon
  • Church V-248 V-8[63]

Cicaré Aeronáutica

Cieslak

Cirrus

Source:Gunston[14]

Cisco Motors

Citroen

  • Citroen 2cyl Citroën 2CV – 18 hp@N/A rpm
  • Citroen 4cyl Citroën GS 1.2 – 65 hp@5700rpm

Clapp's Cars

Clément-Bayard

(Gustave Adolphe Clément-Bayard) Data from:[18]

  • Clément-Bayard 30hp 2-cyl HOW[2] 130.2 mm × 111.1 mm (5.125 in × 4.375 in)
  • Clément-Bayard 29hp 4-cyl in-line[2] 100 mm × 120 mm (3.94 in × 4.72 in)
  • Clément-Bayard 40hp 4-cyl in-line[2] 100 mm × 120 mm (3.94 in × 4.72 in)
  • Clément-Bayard 100hp 4-cyl in-line 135 mm × 160 mm (5.3 in × 6.3 in)[29]
  • Clément-Bayard 118.5hp 4-cyl in-line[2] 190 mm × 230 mm (7.48 in × 9.06 in)
  • Clément-Bayard 117.5hp 6-cyl in-line[2] 155 mm × 185 mm (6.1 in × 7.28 in)
  • Clément-Bayard 250hp 6-cyl in-line[2] 155 mm × 200 mm (6.1 in × 7.87 in) (for dirigibles)
  • Clément-Bayard 50hp 7-cyl Radial[2] 100 mm × 115 mm (3.94 in × 4.53 in)
  • Clément-Bayard 300hp 8-cyl in-line[2] 165 mm × 225 mm (6.5 in × 8.86 in) (for airships)
  • Clément-Bayard V-16[2] (for airships)

Cleone (engine manufacturer)

  • Cleone 1930 25hp 2-cyl hor opp 2 stroke

Clerget

(Société Clerget-Blin et Cie / Pierre Clerget) Source:Lumsden[3] except where noted

  • Clerget 50hp 7-cyl water-cooled radial (1907)[64]
  • Clerget 50hp 4-cyl[2] 110 mm × 120 mm (4.33 in × 4.72 in)
  • Clerget 100hp 4-cyl[2] 140 mm × 160 mm (5.51 in × 6.3 in)
  • Clerget 200hp V-8[2] 140 mm × 160 mm (5.51 in × 6.3 in)[64]
  • Clerget 2K 16hp[2] 83 mm × 100 mm (3.25 in × 3.94 in)[64]
  • Clerget 4V 40 hp 4-cyl in-line water-cooled (1908)[64]
  • Clerget 4W 40 hp 4-cyl in-line water-cooled (1910)[64]
  • Clerget 7Y 60hp[2] 120 mm × 120 mm (4.72 in × 4.72 in)
  • Clerget 7Z 80hp[2] 120 mm × 150 mm (4.72 in × 5.91 in)[11]
  • Clerget 7Z[2] 120 mm × 155 mm (4.72 in × 6.1 in)
  • Clerget 9A (Diesel radial engine)[14][64]
  • Clerget 9B 130 hp[2] 120 mm × 160 mm (4.72 in × 6.3 in)[11]
  • Clerget 9BF British version 140 hp[2] 120 mm × 160 mm (4.72 in × 6.3 in)
  • Clerget 9C[64]
  • Clerget 9F[2] 120 mm × 172 mm (4.72 in × 6.77 in)
  • Clerget 9J 100hp[2] 105 mm × 140 mm (4.13 in × 5.51 in)
  • Clerget 9Z 110 hp[11]
  • Clerget 11A 200 hp variable compression[2]
  • Clerget 11Eb 200 hp[2] 120 mm × 190 mm (4.72 in × 7.48 in)[11]
  • Clerget 11G 250 hp[2] 120 mm × 190 mm (4.72 in × 7.48 in) 5.7:1 compression
  • Clerget 14D[64]
  • Clerget 14E[64]
  • Clerget 14F[39][64][65] (Diesel radial engine)
  • Clerget 14U[64]
  • Clerget 16H diesel V-16 (180x200=81.43L)
  • Clerget 16SS diesel[64]
  • Clerget 16X 400hp[2] 130 mm × 130 mm (5.12 in × 5.12 in)[11][64]
  • Clerget 18 rotary 300hp[2]
  • Clerget 32 diesel[64]
  • Clerget Type Transatlantique (H type)[14]
  • Clerget monocylinder powder powdered coal test engine[64]
  • Clerget monocylinder 2x variable compression[64]
  • Clerget monocylinder 4x variable compression[64]
  • Clerget 180-2T V-8 2x variable compression[64]
  • Clerget 180-4T V-8 4x variable compression[64]
  • Clerget 100hp diesel 1928 9-cyl. radial[39]
  • Clerget 200hp diesel 1929 9-cyl. radial[39]
  • Clerget 250hp diesel 9-cyl. radial[39]
  • Clerget 300hp diesel 9-cyl. radial[19][39]

Cleveland

(Walter C. Willard / Cleveland Aero Engines)

  • Cleveland 150hp 6-cyl axial engine 6x130 mm × 150 mm (5 in × 6 in)[2]

Cleveland

(Cleveland Engineering Laboratories Company)

  • Cleveland Weger 400hp 6-cyl 2-stroke radial 4.25 in × 5 in (108 mm × 127 mm)[2]

C.L.M.

(Compagnie Lilloise de Moteurs S.A)

CMB

(Construction Mécanique du Béarn)

CNA

(Compagnia Nazionale Aeronautica)

Coatalen

Source:Brew[67]

  • Coatalen 12Vrs-2[16] diesel

Colombo

Combi

  • Combi 150hp 6-cyl[2]

Comet

(Comet Engine Corp, Madison WI.)

  • Comet 130hp
  • Comet 5
  • Comet 7-D 1928 (ATC 9) = 150hp 612ci 7RA.
  • Comet 7-E 1929 (ATC 47) = 165hp 612ci 7RA.
  • Comet 7-RA 1928 (ATC 9) = 130hp 7RA.

Commonwealth Aircraft

  • Commonwealth Cicada[68]

Compagnie Lilloise de Moteurs

See:C.L.M.

Conrad

(Deutsche Motorenbau G.m.b.H.)

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

Continental

Note: Continental use military style O-nnn designations even when there is no military designation allocated.

Cors-Air

Cors-Air srl, Barco di Bibbiano, Italy

Corvair

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

Cosmos Engineering Company

Source: Lumsden[3]

Coventry Victor

Crankless Engines Company

(Anthony Michell)

C.R.M.A.

(Société de construction et de Reparationde Materiel Aéronautique)

  • C.R.M.A. Type 102

Curtiss

Curtiss-Kirkham

Curtiss-Wright

Cuyuna Development Company and 2si

Chinese Aero-engines

D

D-Motor

(Deerlijk, Belgium)

D'Hennian

  • D'Hennian 10-12hp rotary[2]
  • D'Hennian 50hp 7-cyl rotary[2]

Daiichi Kosho Company

(Japan)

Daimler-Benz

(Daimler-Benz Abteil Gesellschaft) Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

  • Mercedes 50hp 4-cyl in-line[2]
  • Mercedes 60hp 4-cyl in-line 110 mm × 140 mm (4.3 in × 5.5 in)[2]
  • Mercedes 70hp 4-cyl in-line inverted 120 mm × 140 mm (4.7 in × 5.5 in)[2]
  • Mercedes 80hp 6-cyl in-line 105 mm × 140 mm (4.1 in × 5.5 in)[2]
  • Mercedes 90hp 4-cyl in-line 140 mm × 150 mm (5.5 in × 5.9 in)[2]
  • Mercedes 120hp 4-cyl in-line (airship engine) 175 mm × 165 mm (6.9 in × 6.5 in)[2]
  • Mercedes 160hp 6-cyl in-line 140 mm × 160 mm (5.5 in × 6.3 in)[2]
  • Mercedes 180hp 6-cyl in-line 160 mm × 180 mm (6.3 in × 7.1 in)[2]
  • Mercedes 240hp 8-cyl in-line 140 mm × 160 mm (5.5 in × 6.3 in)[2]
  • Mercedes 240hp V-8 (airship engine) 175 mm × 165 mm (6.9 in × 6.5 in)[2]
  • Mercedes 260hp 6-cyl in-line 160 mm × 180 mm (6.3 in × 7.1 in)[2]
  • Mercedes 650hp V-12 235 mm × 250 mm (9.3 in × 9.8 in)[2]
  • Mercedes Typ E4F 70hp 120 mm × 140 mm (4.7 in × 5.5 in)[2]
  • Mercedes Typ E6F 100hp 120 mm × 140 mm (4.7 in × 5.5 in)[2]
  • Mercedes Typ J4L 120hp 160 mm × 170 mm (6.3 in × 6.7 in)[2]
  • Mercedes Typ J8L 240hp V-8 160 mm × 170 mm (6.3 in × 6.7 in)[2]
  • Mercedes W-18 [2]
  • Mercedes Fh 1256
  • Mercedes D.I
  • Mercedes D.II
  • Mercedes D.III
  • Mercedes D.IIIa
  • Mercedes D.IIIaü
  • Mercedes D.IIIav
  • Mercedes D.IV
  • Mercedes D.IVa

Damblanc-Mutti

  • Damblanc-Mutti 165hp[73]
  • Damblanc-Mutti 11-cyl. rotary 220hp[2]

Danek

(Ceskomorarsk-Kolben-Danek & Co.)

  • Danek Praga 500hp V-12[40]

Daniel

(Daniel Engine Company)

  • Daniel 7-cyl rotary[2]

Dansette-Gillet

  • Dansette-Gillet Type A 45hp 4-cyl in-line 105 mm × 160 mm (4.1 in × 6.3 in)[29]
  • Dansette-Gillet Type C 32hp 4-cyl in-line 98 mm × 125 mm (3.9 in × 4.9 in)[29]
  • Dansette-Gillet Type D 70hp 4-cyl in-line 130 mm × 160 mm (5.1 in × 6.3 in)[29]
  • Dansette-Gillet 100hp 6-cyl in-line 130 mm × 160 mm (5.1 in × 6.3 in)[29]
  • Dansette-Gillet 120hp V-8 114 mm × 160 mm (4.5 in × 6.3 in)[29]
  • Dansette-Gillet 200hp 6-cyl in-line 180 mm × 200 mm (7.1 in × 7.9 in)[29]

Darracq

( Société Anonyme Darracq ) Data from:[18]

  • Darracq 25hp O-2 130 mm × 120 mm (5.1 in × 4.7 in)[2]
  • Darracq 50hp O-4 130 mm × 120 mm (5.1 in × 4.7 in)[2]
  • Darracq 43hp 4-cyl in-line 120 mm × 140 mm (4.7 in × 5.5 in)[2]
  • Darracq 84hp 4-cyl in-line 170 mm × 140 mm (6.7 in × 5.5 in)[2]
  • Darracq 12Da 420hp V-12

Dassault

(Générale Aéronautique Marcel Dassault)

Day

(Charles Day)

  • Day 25hp 5-cyl[2]

Dayton

(Dayton Airplane Engine Co.)

de Dietrich

  • de Dietrich 4-cyl in-line[2]

de Dion-Bouton

  • de Dion-Bouton 80hp V-8 100 mm × 120 mm (3.9 in × 4.7 in)[2]
  • de Dion-Bouton 100hp V-8 90 mm × 150 mm (3.5 in × 5.9 in)[29]
  • de Dion-Bouton 130hp 12B V-12
  • de Dion-Bouton 150hp V-8 125 mm × 150 mm (4.9 in × 5.9 in)[2]
  • de Dion-Bouton 800hp X-16 170 mm × 190 mm (6.7 in × 7.5 in)[2]

de Havilland

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

Piston engines

Gas turbines

Rockets

de Laval

  • de Laval T42

Deicke

(Arthur Deicke)

Delafontaine

  • Delafontaine Diesel – seven-cylinder air-cooled

Delage

DeltaHawk

Demont

(Messrs Demont, Puteaux, France)

  • Demont 300hp 6-cyl double acting rotary 175 mm × 80 mm (6.9 in × 3.1 in)[2]

Deschamps

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

  • Deschamps v-12 inverted 2-stroke diesel

Detroit Aero

  • Detroit Aero 25-30hp 2OA[2]

DGEN

Diamond Engines

Diemech Turbine Solutions

(DeLand, Florida, United States)

Diesel Air

(Diesel Air Limited, Olney, Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom)

DKW

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

Doble-Besler

Dobrotvorskiy

  • Dobrotvorskiy MB-100
  • Dobrotvorskiy MB-102

Dobrynin

Source:Gunston[14]

Dongan

(a.k.a. Harbin Engine Factory)

Dodge

  • Dodge 125hp 6-cyl rotary Victory 5 in × 6 in (130 mm × 150 mm)[2]

Dongan

(a.k.a. Harbin Engine Factory)

Dodge

  • Dodge 125hp 6-cyl rotary 5 in × 6 in (130 mm × 150 mm)[2]

Dorman

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

  • Dorman 60-80hp V-8 4 in × 4.75 in (102 mm × 121 mm)[2][78]

Douglas

  • Douglas 350cc
  • Douglas 500cc[79]
  • Douglas 600cc Dot[79]
  • Douglas 736cc (some sources 737cc)[79]
  • Douglas 750cc[79]
  • Douglas Digit 22hp @ 3000rpm[79]
  • Douglas Dryad[79]
  • Aero Engines Sprite[79]
  • Aero Engines 1500cc[79]
  • Weir Flat Twin[79]

Douseler

  • Douseler 40hp 4-cyl in-line[2]

Dreher

(Dreher Engineering Company)

Duesenberg

(Fred Duesenberg / Duesenberg Motors Corporation, Elizabeth, New Jersey)

  • Duesenberg Special A[81]
  • Duesenberg Special A3[81]
  • Duesenberg H 850 hp V-16 6 in × 7.5 in (150 mm × 190 mm)[2][11][81]
  • Duesenberg 100hp 4-cyl. direct drive in-line 4.75 in × 7 in (121 mm × 178 mm)[2]
  • Duesenberg 125hp 4-cyl. geared in-line 4.75 in × 7 in (121 mm × 178 mm)[2][11][81]
  • Duesenberg 300hp V-12 4.875 in × 7 in (123.8 mm × 177.8 mm)[2][11][81]
  • Duesenberg A-44 70hp 4-cyl 4.375 in × 6 in (111.1 mm × 152.4 mm)[2]

Dufaux

  • Dufaux 5-cyl tandem double-acting in-line engine[2]

Dushkin

(Leonid Dushkin)

  • Dushkin D-1-A-1100
  • Dushkin RD-A-150
  • Dushkin RD-A-300
  • Dushkin S-155
  • Dushkin RD-2M

Dutheil et Chalmers

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

  • Dutheil et Chalmers 20hp O-2 125 mm × 120 mm (4.9 in × 4.7 in)[2]
  • Dutheil et Chalmers 25hp O-2 128 mm × 130 mm (5.0 in × 5.1 in)[2]
  • Dutheil et Chalmers 37.25hp O-2 110 mm × 300 mm (4.3 in × 11.8 in)[2]
  • Dutheil et Chalmers 40hp O-4 125 mm × 120 mm (4.9 in × 4.7 in)[2]
  • Dutheil et Chalmers 50hp O-4
  • Dutheil et Chalmers 60hp O-6 125 mm × 120 mm (4.9 in × 4.7 in)[2]
  • Dutheil et Chalmers 72.5hp O-6 128 mm × 130 mm (5.0 in × 5.1 in)[2]
  • Dutheil et Chalmers 76hp O-4
  • Dutheil et Chalmers 38hp OP-2
  • Dutheil et Chalmers 56.5hp O-3 110 mm × 300 mm (4.3 in × 11.8 in)[2]
  • Dutheil et Chalmers 75hp O-4 110 mm × 300 mm (4.3 in × 11.8 in)[2]
  • Dutheil et Chalmers 97hp O-4 125 mm × 300 mm (4.9 in × 11.8 in)[2]
  • Dutheil et Chalmers 100hp O-4 160 mm × 140 mm (6.3 in × 5.5 in)[2]
  • Dutheil et Chalmers 72.5hp O-6 128 mm × 130 mm (5.0 in × 5.1 in)[2]

Dux

Dyna-Cam

E

Easton

Data from:[18]

  • Easton 50hp V-8[2]
  • Easton 75hp V-8[2]

ECi

(Engine Components Inc.)

  • ECi O-320
  • ECi Titan X320
  • ECi Titan X340
  • ECi Titan X370

Ecofly

(Ecofly GmbH, Böhl-Iggelheim, Germany)

Edelweiss

  • Edelweiss 75hp 6-cyl fixed piston radial 115 mm × 120 mm (4.5 in × 4.7 in)[2]
  • Edelweiss 125hp 6-cyl fixed piston radial 115 mm × 120 mm (4.5 in × 4.7 in)[2]

Eggenfellner Aircraft

E.J.C.

  • E.J.C. 60hp 6-cyl rotary 100 mm × 100 mm (3.9 in × 3.9 in)[2]
  • E.J.C. 10-cyl rotary 100 mm × 100 mm (3.9 in × 3.9 in)[2]

Elbridge

(Elbridge Engine Company)

  • Elbridge A 2IW 6-10hp 3.75 in × 3.5 in (95 mm × 89 mm)[2]
  • Elbridge C 3IW 18-30hp 4.625 in × 4.5 in (117.5 mm × 114.3 mm)[2]
  • Elbridge 4-cyl 4IW 4.625 in × 4.5 in (117.5 mm × 114.3 mm)[2]
  • Elbridge Featherweight 3-cyl 3IW 30-40hp 4.625 in × 4.5 in (117.5 mm × 114.3 mm)[2]
  • Elbridge Featherweight 4-cyl 4IW 40-60hp 4.625 in × 4.5 in (117.5 mm × 114.3 mm)[2]
  • Elbridge Featherweight 6-cyl 6IW 60-90hp 4.625 in × 4.5 in (117.5 mm × 114.3 mm)[2]
  • Elbridge Aero Special 4IW 50-60hp 4.625 in × 4.5 in (117.5 mm × 114.3 mm)[2]

Electravia

(Vaumeilh, France)

Electric Aircraft Corporation

(Cliffside Park, New Jersey, United States)

Elektromechanische Werke

  • Elektromechanische Werke Taifun rakatenmotor[33]
  • Elektromechanische Werke Wasserfall rakatenmotor[33]

Elizalde SA

Source:Gunston[14]

Ellehammer

(Jacob Christian Hansen Ellehammer)

  • Elllehammer 3-cyl radial
  • Elllehammer 5-cyl radial
  • Elllehammer rotary engine[2]

Emerson

  • Emerson 100hp 6-cyl[2]

EMG

(EMG Engineering Company / Eugene M. Gluhareff)

Emrax

(Emrax d.o.o., Kamnik, Slovenia, formerly known as Enstroj of Radomlje)

Endicott

  • Endicott 60hp 3-cyl 2-stroke[2]

Engine Alliance

Engineered Propulsion Systems

(Engineered Propulsion Systems)

Engineering Division

  • Engineering Division W-1 750hp W-18 5.5 in × 6.5 in (140 mm × 170 mm)[2]
    • Engineering Division W-1A-18
    • Engineering Division W-2779
  • Engineering Division W-2 1000hp W-18 6.5 in × 7.5 in (170 mm × 190 mm)[2]
  • Engineering Division 350hp 9-cyl radial 5.875 in × 6 in (149.2 mm × 152.4 mm)[2]

ENMA

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

E.N.V.

(London & Parisian Motor Company / E.N.V. Motor Syndicate Ltd.)

  • E.N.V. Type A 50hp @ 1,000rpm 100 mm × 130 mm (3.94 in × 5.12 in)[83][3]
  • E.N.V. Type C 65hp @ 1,180rpm 100 mm × 130 mm (3.94 in × 5.12 in)[83][3]
  • E.N.V. Type D 40hp @ 1,400rpm 85 mm × 90 mm (3.35 in × 3.54 in)[83][3]
  • E.N.V. Type F 88hp @ 1,500rpm 105 mm × 110 mm (4.13 in × 4.33 in)[83][3]
  • E.N.V. Type FA (France only) 88hp @ 1,500rpm 105 mm × 110 mm (4.13 in × 4.33 in)[83][3]
  • E.N.V. Type H (O-4) 90 mm × 90 mm (3.54 in × 3.54 in)[3][83]
  • E.N.V. Type T 100hp @ 1,000rpm 130 mm × 150 mm (5.12 in × 5.91 in)[83][3]
  • E.N.V. 40hp V-8 85 mm × 90 mm (3.35 in × 3.54 in)[2]
  • E.N.V. 62hp V-8 105 mm × 110 mm (4.13 in × 4.33 in)[2]
  • E.N.V. 75hp V-8 100 mm × 130 mm (3.94 in × 5.12 in)[2]
  • E.N.V. 100hp V-8 100hp @1,620rpm 95 mm × 165 mm (3.74 in × 6.50 in)[83][2]
  • E.N.V. 1914 100hp V-8[3]
  • E.N.V. 1909 25/30hp O-4 24hp @ 1,200rpm 109 mm × 110 mm (4.29 in × 4.33 in)[83][3]
  • E.N.V. 1910 30hp O-4 30hp @ 1,200rpm 80 mm × 120 mm (3.15 in × 4.72 in)[83][3]

ERCO

Esselbé

  • Esselbé 65hp 7-cyl rotary 110 mm × 120 mm (4.33 in × 4.72 in)[2]

Etoile

  • Etoile 400hp[2]

Eurojet

Source:Gunston[14]

Europrop

F

F&S

  • F&S K 8 B

Fahlin

  • Fahlin Plymouth conversion[39]

Fairchild

(Fairchild Engine & Airplane Corporation)

For Ranger / Fairchild Ranger engines see: Ranger

Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

Fairdiesel

Fairey

Source: Lumsden[3]

Falconer

(Ryan Falconer Racing Engines)

Farcot

  • Farcot 8-10hp V-2[2]
  • Farcot Fan-6[2]
  • Farcot 100-110hp V-8[2]
  • Farcot 30 hp 8cyl radial[2]
  • Farcot 65 hp 8cyl radial 105 mm × 120 mm (4.13 in × 4.72 in)[2]
  • Farcot 100 hp 8cyl radial[18][2]

Farina

(S.A. Stabilimenti Farina)

Farman

Source:Liron[85][86] 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.

  • Farman 7E
    • Farman 7Ea[32]
    • Farman 7Ear Les Établissements lipton
    • Farman 7Ears
    • Farman 7Ec[40]
    • Farman 7Ed[32]
    • Farman 7Edrs
  • Farman 8V 200hp[2]
    • Farman 8Va
    • Farman 8VI
  • Farman 9E
    • Farman 9Ea
    • Farman 9Ears
    • Farman 9Eb[32]
    • Farman 9Ebr
    • Farman 9Ecr
    • Farman 9Fbr
  • Farman 12B
    • Farman 12Bfs
    • Farman 12Brs
  • Farman 12C
    • Farman 12Crs[32]
    • Farman 12Crvi
  • Farman 12D
    • Farman 12Drs
  • Farman 12G inverted V-12 350 hp
    • Farman 12Goi
    • Farman 12Gvi
  • Farman 12V
    • Farman 12Va
  • Farman 12W
    • Farman 12Wa 40° W-12 1919
    • Farman 12Wb
    • Farman 12Wc
    • Farman 12Wd
    • Farman 12We
    • Farman 12Wers
    • Farman 12Wh
    • Farman 12Wiars
    • Farman 12Wirs
    • Farman 12Wkrs
    • Farman 12Wkrsc
    • Farman 12WI
  • Farman 18T
  • Farman 18W
    • Farman 18Wa 120 mm × 180 mm (4.7 in × 7.1 in), 450 kW (600 hp)[2]
    • Farman 18Wd
    • Farman 18We 130 mm × 160 mm (5.1 in × 6.3 in), 520 kW (700 hp)
  • Farman 18Wi 110 mm × 125 mm (4.3 in × 4.9 in), 370 kW (500 hp)
    • Farman 18Wirs

Fasey

  • Fasey 200hp V-12 127 mm × 127 mm (5.0 in × 5.0 in)[2]

Fatava

(Favata?)[29]

  • Fatava 45hp 4IL 110 mm × 120 mm (4.3 in × 4.7 in)[2]
  • Fatava 90hp V-8 110 mm × 120 mm (4.3 in × 4.7 in)[2]
  • Fatava 180hp X-16 110 mm × 120 mm (4.3 in × 4.7 in)[2]

Faure and Crayssac

  • Faure and Crayssac 80hp rotary[2]
  • Faure and Crayssac 350hp 6-cyl. 2st barrel engine 100 mm × 180 mm (3.9 in × 7.1 in)[2]

Fedden

(Roy Fedden Ltd.)

Fiat

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

Firewall Forward Aero Engines

FKFS

(Forschungsinstitut für Kraftfahrwesen und Fahrzeugmotoren Stuttgart - Research Institute of Automotive Engineering and Vehicle Engines Stuttgart)

  • FKFS Gruppen-Flugmotor A[88]
  • FKFS Gruppen-Flugmotor B?
  • FKFS Gruppen-Flugmotor C[88]
  • FKFS Gruppen-Flugmotor D[88]
  • FKFS Gruppen-Flugmotor 37.6 l 48-cyl[88]

Flader

Source:Geen and Cross[89]

Fletcher

  • Fletcher 5hp[3]
  • Fletcher 9hp[3]
  • Fletcher Empress 50 hp rotary[3]

FNM

(Fábrica Nacional de Motores)

Ford

Fox

(Dean Manufacturing Company, Newport, Kentucky)

  • Fox 45hp 3-cyl in-line 2-stroke 4 in × 4 in (100 mm × 100 mm)[2]
  • Fox 36hp 4-cyl in-line 2-stroke 3.5 in × 3.5 in (89 mm × 89 mm)[2]
  • Fox 60hp 4-cyl in-line 2-stroke 4 in × 4 in (100 mm × 100 mm)[2]
  • Fox 90hp 6-cyl in-line 2-stroke 4 in × 4 in (100 mm × 100 mm)[2]
  • Fox 200hp 8-cyl in-line 2-stroke 6 in × 6 in (150 mm × 150 mm)[2]
  • Fox De-luxe 50hp 4-cyl in-line 2-stroke 4.75 in × 4.25 in (121 mm × 108 mm)[2]

Franklin

Source:Gunston.[14]

Fredrickson

(World's Motor Company, Bloomington, Illinois)

  • Fredrickson Model 5a[2]
  • Fredrickson Model 10a[2]

Frontier

(Frontier Iron Works, Buffalo, New York)

  • Frontier 35hp 4-cyl in-line 4.125 in × 4.75 in (104.8 mm × 120.7 mm)[2]
  • Frontier 55hp V-8 4.125 in × 4.75 in (104.8 mm × 120.7 mm)[2]

Fuji

(Fuji Jukogyo Kabushiki Kaisha - Fuji heavy industries Co. Ltd.)

  • Fuji JO-1[10] (Nippon JO-1)
  • Fuji J3-1[20] (Nippon J3-1)

Fuscaldo

Funk

(Akron Aircraft Company / Funk Aircraft Company)

  • Funk Model E

G

Gaggenau

  • Gaggenau 4-cyl in-line[2]

Gajęcki

Galloway

(Galloway Engineering Company ltd.)

  • Galloway Adriatic 6IL 145 mm × 190 mm (5.7 in × 7.5 in)[2]
  • Galloway Atlantic 145 mm × 190 mm (5.7 in × 7.5 in)(master rod)[2]

Garrett

(Garrett AiResearch) Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

Now under Honeywell management/design/production

Garuff

  • Garuff A – aircraft diesel engine

GE Honda Aero Engines

Geiger Engineering

(Seigendorf, Hirschaid, Oberfranken, Germany)

GEN Corporation

(Japan)

General Aircraft Ltd.

  • General Aircraft Monarch V-4[3][93]
  • General Aircraft Monarch V-6[3]

General Electric

General Electric/Rolls-Royce

General Motors Research

  • General Motors Research X-250[44]

General Ordnance

(General Ordnance Company, Derby, Conn.)

  • General Ordnance 200hp V-8 4.75 in × 6.5 in (121 mm × 165 mm)[11][2]

Giannini

Glushenkov

Source:Gunston.[14]

  • Glushenkov TVD-10
  • Glushenkov TVD-20
  • Glushenkov GTD-3

Gnome et Rhône

Source:[14][18] except where noted

Gobe

  • Gobe 2-stroke engine[2]

Gobrón-Brillié

(Gustave Gobrón and Eugène Brillié)

  • Gobrón-Brillié 54hp X-8 90 mm × 160 mm (3.5 in × 6.3 in)[2][18][1] (fitted to 1910 Voisin de-Caters)
  • Gobrón-Brillié 102hp X-8 120 mm × 200 mm (4.7 in × 7.9 in)[2][18]

Goebel

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

  • Goebel 2-cyl. 20/25hp HOA[1]
  • Goebel Type II 100/110 hp 7-cyl. rotary 138 mm × 150 mm (5.4 in × 5.9 in)[2]
  • Goebel Type III 200/230 hp 9-cyl. rotary 138 mm × 290 mm (5.4 in × 11.4 in)[2]
  • Goebel Type V 50/60 hp 7-cyl. rotary 105 mm × 105 mm (4.1 in × 4.1 in)[2]
  • Goebel Type VI 30/40 hp 7-cyl. rotary 94 mm × 95 mm (3.7 in × 3.7 in)[2]
  • Goebel 170hp 9-cyl rotary[1]
  • Goebel 170hp 11-cyl rotary[1]
  • Goebel 180hp 11-cyl rotary[1]

Grade

(Hans Grade)

Great Plains Aviation Supply

(Bennington, Nebraska, United States)

Green

(Green Engine Co Ltd./ Gustavius Green)

Grégoire-Gyp

(Pierre Joseph Grégoire / Automobiles Grégoire)

  • Grégoire-Gyp 26hp 4-cyl in-line (3-cyl?)92 mm × 140 mm (3.62 in × 5.52 in)[2][18]
  • Grégoire-Gyp 40hp 4-cyl inverted in-line[95]
  • Grégoire-Gyp 51hp 4-cyl in-line 130 mm × 140 mm (5.12 in × 5.52 in)[2][18]
  • Grégoire-Gyp 70hp[96]

Grey Eagle

  • Grey Eagle 40hp 4-cyl in-line - 4.25 in × 4.5 in (108 mm × 114 mm)[2]
  • Grey Eagle 60hp 6-cyl in-line - 4.25 in × 4.5 in (108 mm × 114 mm)[2]
  • Grey Eagle 50hp 4-cyl in-line - 4 in × 4.5 in (100 mm × 110 mm)[2]

Grizodubov

(S.V. Grizodubov)

  • Grizodubov 1910 40hp 4-cyl.[60]

Grob

  • Grob 2500
  • Grob 2500E

Guiberson

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

Guizhou

Gyro

( Gyro Motor Company, 774 Girard Street, NW, Washington DC)[97]

  • Gyro 50hp 7-cyl rotary Old Gyro 4.3125 in × 4.75 in (109.54 mm × 120.65 mm)[2]
  • Gyro Model J 5-cyl 50 hp Duplex[2]
  • Gyro Model K 7-cyl 50 hp Duplex[2][97]
  • Gyro Model L 9-cyl 50 hp Duplex[2][97]

H

Haacke

(Haacke Flugmotoren)Source: RMV[1]

  • Haacke HFM 2 - 2cyl. 25/28 hp 112 mm × 140 mm (4.4 in × 5.5 in)[2]
  • Haacke HFM 2a - 2cyl. 35 hp 120 mm × 140 mm (4.7 in × 5.5 in)[2]
  • Haacke HFM 3 - 3cyl. fan 40 hp[2]
  • Haacke 55/60hp 5-cyl. radial[2]
  • Haacke 60/70hp radial[2]
  • Haacke 90hp 7-cyl. radial[2]
  • Haacke 120hp 10-cyl. radial[2]

HAL

(Hindustan Aeronautics Limited)

Hall-Scott

(Hall-Scott Motor Car Co)

  • Hall-Scott 60 hp (A-2?)
  • Hall-Scott A-1[98][2][14]
  • Hall-Scott A-2 90° V-8 60 hp 4 in × 4 in (100 mm × 100 mm)[2][14]
  • Hall-Scott A-3 90° V-8 80 hp 4 in × 5 in (100 mm × 130 mm)[2][14]
  • Hall-Scott A-4 90° V-8 100 hp 5 in × 5 in (130 mm × 130 mm)[2][14]
  • Hall-Scott A-5 6-cyl in-line 125 hp 5 in × 7 in (130 mm × 180 mm)[2][14]
  • Hall-Scott A-5a 6-cyl in-line 150 hp 5.25 in × 7 in (133 mm × 178 mm)[2][14]
  • Hall-Scott A-7 4-cyl in-line 90/100 hp 5 in × 7 in (130 mm × 180 mm)[2][14]
  • Hall-Scott A-7a 4-cyl in-line 100 hp 5.25 in × 7 in (133 mm × 178 mm)[2][14]
  • Hall-Scott A-8 60° V-12 450/500 hp 5 in × 7 in (130 mm × 180 mm)[2][14]
  • Hall-Scott L-4 (Liberty 4-cyl) 125 hp 5 in × 7 in (130 mm × 180 mm)[2][14]
  • Hall-Scott L-6 (Liberty 6-cyl) 225 hp 5 in × 7 in (130 mm × 180 mm)[2][11][14]

Hallett

(Hallett Aero Motors Corp, Inglewood CA.)

  • Hallett H-526 7-cyl radial 130 hp[31]

Hamilton

  • Hamilton DOHC V-8[2]

Hamilton Sundstrand

  • Sundstrand T100

Hansa-Lloyd

(Hansa-LLoyd Werke AG)

  • Hansa-LLoyd V-16[2]

Hansen-Snow

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

  • Hansen-Snow 35hp 4-cyl in-line 4 in × 4.5 in (100 mm × 110 mm)[2]

Hardy-Padmore

  • Hardy-Padmore 100hp 5-cyl rqdial 4 in × 4 in (100 mm × 100 mm)[2]

Harkness

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

Harriman

(Harriman Motors Company, South Glastonbury, Conn.)

  • Harriman 30hp 4-cyl in-line[2]
  • Harriman 60hp 4-cyl in-line 5 in × 5 in (130 mm × 130 mm)[2]
  • Harriman 100hp 4-cyl in-line 5 in × 5 in (130 mm × 130 mm)[2]

Harris-Gassner

  • Harris-Gassner 50/60hp V-8[2]

Harroun

(Ray Harroun)

  • Harroun 24hp 2-cyl HOA 4 in × 4 in (100 mm × 100 mm)[2]

Hart

  • Hart 150hp 9-cyl rotary 5 in × 6 in (130 mm × 150 mm)[2]
  • Hart 156hp 9-cyl radial (?) 6 in × 5 in (150 mm × 130 mm)[2][3]

Hartland

  • Hartland 125hp

Hatsukaze

H.C.G.

(Les Établissements lipton)

  • H.C.G. 2-cyl HOA[15]

Heath

(Heath Aircraft Corp)

  • Heath 4-B
  • Heath 4-C
  • Heath B-4[39]
  • Heath B-12
  • Heath C-2
  • Heath C-3
  • Heath C-6

Heath

(Heath Aerial Vehicle Company, Chicago Illinois)

  • Heath 25/30hp 4-cyl in-line[2]

Heath-Henderson

Heinkel

(Heinkel-Hirth Motorenwerke) Source:[14]

Helium

  • Helium 45hp 3-cyl radial 90 mm × 90 mm (3.5 in × 3.5 in)[29]
  • Helium 60hp 3-cyl radial 100 mm × 100 mm (3.9 in × 3.9 in)[29]
  • Helium 75hp 5-cyl radial 90 mm × 90 mm (3.5 in × 3.5 in)[29]
  • Helium 100hp 5-cyl radial 100 mm × 100 mm (3.9 in × 3.9 in)[29]
  • Helium 45hp 3-cyl rotary 2-stroke 90 mm × 90 mm (3.5 in × 3.5 in)[29]
  • Helium 60hp 3-cyl rotary 2-stroke 100 mm × 100 mm (3.9 in × 3.9 in)[29]
  • Helium 100hp 5-cyl rotary 2-stroke 100 mm × 100 mm (3.9 in × 3.9 in)[29]
  • Helium 120hp 6-cyl rotary 2-stroke 100 mm × 100 mm (3.9 in × 3.9 in)[29]
  • Helium 200hp 10-cyl rotary 2-stroke 100 mm × 100 mm (3.9 in × 3.9 in)[29]
  • Helium 120hp 6-cyl rotary 2-stroke 100 mm × 100 mm (3.9 in × 3.9 in)[29]
  • Helium 200hp 10-cyl rotary 2-stroke 100 mm × 100 mm (3.9 in × 3.9 in)[29]

Helwan HA-300

Hendee

(Hendee Mfg Co| / Indian (motorcycle))

  • Hendee Indian 60/65hp V-8 4 in × 4.5 in (100 mm × 110 mm)[2]
  • Hendee Indian 50hp 7-cyl rotary 4.375 in × 4.875 in (111.1 mm × 123.8 mm)[2]

Henderson

(Henderson Motorcycle Company)

  • Henderson 6hp 4-cyl in-line 2.375 in × 2.1875 in (60.33 mm × 55.56 mm)[2]

Herman

  • Herman 45hp
  • Herman 70hp

Hermes Engine Company

Hewland

Hexatron Engineering Co., Inc.

Hiero

(Otto Hieronimus – designer – several manufacturers)

  • Hiero 50/60hp 4-cyl in-line (1908/1909)[2]
  • Hiero 6 – generic title for all the Hiero 6-cyl. engines
  • Hiero B
  • Hiero C
  • Hiero D
  • Hiero E 200 hp (149.1 kW) - 230 hp (171.5 kW)
  • Hiero L 172 kW (231 hp)
  • Hiero N
  • Hiero 85/95hp 4-cyl in-line 130 mm × 150 mm (5.1 in × 5.9 in)[2][99]
  • Hiero 145hp 145 hp (108.1 kW) (probably designated Hiero B or Hiero C )[100]
  • Hiero 185hp 185 hp (138.0 kW) (probably designated Hiero D)
  • Hiero 180/190hp 4-cyl inline 160 mm × 150 mm (6.3 in × 5.9 in)[2]
  • Hiero 200hp 6-cyl inline 135 mm × 180 mm (5.3 in × 7.1 in)[2][100]
  • Hiero 230/240hp 6-cyl inline 140 mm × 180 mm (5.5 in × 7.1 in)[2]
  • Hiero 240/250hp 6-cyl inline HC 135 mm × 180 mm (5.3 in × 7.1 in)[2]
  • Hiero 200/220hp V-8[2][100]
  • Hiero 300/320hp 6-cyl inline 155 mm × 200 mm (6.1 in × 7.9 in)[2]
  • Hiero 270/280hp 6-cyl inline 160 mm × 150 mm (6.3 in × 5.9 in)[2]
  • Hiero 35/40hp 2-cyl HOA 140 mm × 180 mm (5.5 in × 7.1 in)[2]

Hiller

  • Hiller 1910
  • Hiller 30hp
  • Hiller 60hp
  • Hiller 90hp

Hiller Aircraft

Hilz

  • Hilz 45/50hp 4-cyl in-line 120 mm × 130 mm (4.7 in × 5.1 in)[2]
  • Hilz 50/55hp 4-cyl in-line 120 mm × 130 mm (4.7 in × 5.1 in)[2]
  • Hilz 65hp 4-cyl in-line 124 mm × 140 mm (4.9 in × 5.5 in)[2]

Hindustan Aeronautics Limited/HAL

(Hindustan Aircraft Limited / Hindustan Aeronautics / HAL)

Hiro

Hirth

(Heinkel-Hirth Motoren G.m.b.H.)

Hispano-Suiza

(Société Française Hispano-Suiza)

Hitachi

Source:Gunston.[14]

HKS

Hodge

(New Britain Machine Company / G.O. Hodge)

  • Hodge 320hp 18-cyl radial 4 in × 4 in (100 mm × 100 mm)[2]

Hofer

(Al Hofer)

  • Hofer 10-12hp 4cyl in-line 3.125 in × 3.75 in (79.4 mm × 95.3 mm)[2]

Holbrook

(Holbrook Aero Supply)

  • Holbrook 35hp[2]
  • Holbrook 50hp

Honda

Honeywell

Hopkins & de Kilduchevsky

  • Hopkins & de Kilduchevsky 30-40hp
  • Hopkins & de Kilduchevsky 60-80hp

Howard

  • Howard 120hp 6-cyl in-line 150 mm × 105 mm (5.9 in × 4.1 in)[2]

Hudson

(John W Hudson)

  • Hudson 100hp 10-cyl radial 4.3125 mm × 4.75 mm (0.16978 in × 0.18701 in)[2]

Hummel

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

  • Hummel 28hp 1/2 VW
  • Hummel 32hp 1/2 VW
  • Hummel 45hp 1/2 VW
  • Hummel 50hp VW
  • Hummel 60hp VW
  • Hummel 70hp VW
  • Hummel 85hp VW

HuoSai

(HuoSai - Piston engine)

Hurricane

  • Hurricane C-450 (8-cyl 2-stroke radial)[40]

I

IAE

(International Aero Engines)

I.Ae.

(Instituto Aerotécnico)

IAME

(Ital-American Motor Engineering)

IAR

(Industria Aeronautică Română)

ICP

(ICP srl)

IHI

(Ishikawajima-Harima Jukogyo Kabushiki Kaisha – Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries Co. Ltd. / Ishikawajima Aircraft Company Limited / IHI)

IL

(Instytut Lotnictwa – Aviation Institute)

ILO

  • ILO F 12/400

Imaer

Imperial

(Imperial Airplane Society)

  • Imperial 35-70hp (various 6cyl rotary engines)
  • Imperial 100hp (12cyl rotary)

IAR

(Industria Aeronautică Română)

In-Tech

(In-Tech International Inc.)

Innodyn

(Innodyn L.L.C.)

  • Innodyn TAE165[1]
  • Innodyn TAE185[1]
  • Innodyn TAE205[1]
  • Innodyn TAE255[1]
  • Innodyn 165 TE[1]
  • Innodyn 185 TE[1]
  • Innodyn 205 TE[1]
  • Innodyn 255 TE[1]

International

Data from:[18]

  • International 21.5hp 4-cyl rotary 3.74 in × 2.52 in (95 mm × 64 mm)[2]
  • International 66hp 6-cyl rotary 5 in × 3.98 in (127 mm × 101 mm)[2]

Ion

(Gabriel Ion)

  • Ion airship steam engine

Irwin

(Irwin Aircraft Co)

Isaacson

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

  • Isaacson 45hp 7-cyl. radial 1910, possibly same engine as 60 hp!
  • Isaacson 50hp (5-cyl. radial 1910)
  • Isaacson 60hp (7-cyl. radial 1910)[3]
  • Isaacson 6-cyl. radial
  • Isaacson 50hp 7-cyl. radial 3.54 in × 4.53 in (90 mm × 115 mm)[2]
  • Isaacson 65hp 7-cyl. radial 4.33 in × 5.12 in (110 mm × 130 mm)[2]
  • Isaacson 100hp 14-cyl. radial 3.54 in × 4.53 in (90 mm × 115 mm)[2]
  • Isaacson 100hp 9-cyl. rotary 4.72 in × 5.91 in (120 mm × 150 mm)[2]
  • Isaacson 200hp 18-cyl. rotary 4.72 in × 5.91 in (120 mm × 150 mm)[2]

Ishikawajima

See:' IHI

Isotov

Source:Gunston[14]

Isotta Fraschini

(La Fabrica Automobili Isotta Fraschini) (Note:The company did not use a hyphen in the title, despite many contemporary and later references which insert one) Data from:Italian Civil & Military Aircraft 1930–1945[17]

  • Isotta Fraschini A.120 R.C.40 – (inverted version of Asso XI)[39]
  • Isotta Fraschini L.121 R.C.40 – (version of Asso XI)[39]
  • Isotta Fraschini L.170
  • Isotta Fraschini L.180 I.R.C.C.15/40 inverted W-18[39]
  • Isotta Fraschini L.180 I.R.C.C.45 inverted W-18[39]
  • Isotta Fraschini Asso 80[14]
    • Isotta Fraschini Asso 80T[31]
    • Isotta Fraschini Asso 80 R.I.
  • Isotta Fraschini Asso 120 R.C.40[39]
  • Isotta Fraschini Asso 200[31]
  • Isotta Fraschini Asso 250 probably misidentification of Asso 200
  • Isotta Fraschini Asso 450 Caccia[31]
  • Isotta Fraschini Asso 500
    • Isotta Fraschini Asso 500 AQ (AQ - Alta Quota - high altitude)
    • Isotta Fraschini Asso 500 R.I.
  • Isotta Fraschini Asso 750
  • Isotta Fraschini Asso IX
    • Isotta Fraschini Asso IX R.C.45
  • Isotta Fraschini Asso 1000[14] (150x180=57256cc/3494cuin)
  • Isotta Fraschini Asso Caccia (60° air-cooled V-12)[40]
  • Isotta Fraschini Asso XI
  • Isotta Fraschini Asso XII
    • Isotta Fraschini Asso XII R.
  • Isotta Fraschini Asso (racing)
  • Isotta Fraschini Beta
  • Isotta Fraschini Gamma
  • Isotta Fraschini Delta
  • Isotta Fraschini Zeta
  • Isotta Fraschini Sigma[112]
  • Isotta Fraschini Astro 7 C.21[39]
  • Isotta Fraschini Astro 7 C.40[39]
  • Isotta Fraschini Astro 14 C.40
  • Isotta Fraschini Astro 14 R.C.40[39]
  • Isotta Fraschini V.4[11][14]
  • Isotta Fraschini V.5[11][14]
  • Isotta Fraschini V.6[14]
  • Isotta Fraschini V.7 (V-12) 140 mm × 180 mm (5.51 in × 7.09 in)[2]
  • Isotta Fraschini V.8 (V-8) 150 mm × 170 mm (5.91 in × 6.69 in)[2]
  • Isotta Fraschini V.9 (6 in-line) 150 mm × 180 mm (5.91 in × 7.09 in)[2][27]
  • Isotta Fraschini 245hp[11]
  • Isotta Fraschini K.14
  • Isotta Fraschini 80T

Ivchenko

Source:Gunston.[14]

IWL

(Industriewerke Ludwigsfelde - see:Pirna )

J

Jabiru

Jack & Heinz

  • Jack & Heinz O-126[6]

Jacobs

(Jacobs Aircraft Engine Co) Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

Jaenson

  • Jaenson 300hp V-8 140 mm × 180 mm (5.51 in × 7.09 in)[2]

Jalbert-Loire

  • Jalbert-Loire 4-cyl. 160 hp
  • Jalbert-Loire 6-cyl. 235 hp
  • Jalbert-Loire 16-H – 16-cyl. 600 hp

Jameson

(Jameson Aero Engines Ltd.)

  • Jameson FF-1 - 1940s horizontally opposed, four cylinder[3][113]

Janowski

(Jaroslaw Janowski)

  • Janowski Saturn 500[41]

J.A.P.

(John Alfred Prestwich) Data from:[18]

  • J.A.P. 1909 9hp 2-cyl.[3]
  • J.A.P. 1909 20hp 4-cyl.[3]
  • J.A.P. 38hp V-8 (air-cooled) 3.35 in × 3.74 in (85 mm × 95 mm)[2]
  • J.A.P. 45hp V-8 (water-cooled) 3.54 in × 4.33 in (90 mm × 110 mm)[2]
  • J.A.P. 1910 40hp V-8[3]
  • J.A.P. 8-cyl.[3]
  • Aeronca-J.A.P. J-99[3]

Japanese rockets and Pulse-jets

  • Type4 I-Go Model-20 (Rocket)
  • Tokuro-1 Type 2 (Rocket)

Javelin

Jawa

  • Jawa 1000
  • Jawa M-150

Jendrassik

Source:Gunston.[14]

J.E.T

(James Engineering Turbines Ltd)

JetBeetle

Jetcat

Johnson

  • Johnson Aero 75hp V-6 5 in × 4 in (130 mm × 100 mm)[2]
  • Johnson Aero 100hp V-8 5 in × 4 in (130 mm × 100 mm)[2]
  • Johnson Aero 150hp V-12 5 in × 4 in (130 mm × 100 mm)[2]

JLT Motors

(Boos, Seine-Maritime, France)

JPX

Junkers

(Junkers Flugzeug und Motorenwerke / Junkers Motorenbau [Jumo]) Source:Kay[118]

K

Kalep

(Fyodor Grigoryevich Kalep)

Kawasaki

Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

Kelly

  • Kelly 200hp 2-stroke 4-cyl inline 6.5 in × 6.3 in (170 mm × 160 mm)[2]

Kemp

(a.k.a. Grey Eagle )

  • Kemp D-4
  • Kemp E-6
  • Kemp G-2
  • Kemp H-6 (55 hp 6IL) 4.25 in × 4.5 in (108 mm × 114 mm)[2]
  • Kemp I-4 (35 hp 4IL) 4.25 in × 4.5 in (108 mm × 114 mm)[2]
  • Kemp J-8 (80 hp V-8) 4.25 in × 4.75 in (108 mm × 121 mm)[2]
  • Kemp K-2
  • Kemp M-2
  • Kemp O-101
  • Kemp-Henderson 27hp

Ken Royce

  • Ken-Royce 5E
  • Ken-Royce 5G
  • Ken-Royce 7G

Kessler

  • Kessler 200hp 4.75 in × 5 in (121 mm × 127 mm)[2]
  • Kessler 6C-400 5.5 in × 6 in (140 mm × 150 mm)[2]

KFM

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

Khatchaturov

KHD

(Deutz and Humboldt-Deutz)

Kiekhaefer

Kimball

  • Kimball Beetle K
  • Kimball Gnat M

King

(Brewster & Co / Chas. B. King)

  • King 550hp V-12 5.5 in × 7 in (140 mm × 180 mm)[2]

King-Bugatti

Kinner

Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

Kirkham

  • Kirkham 50hp 4IL (C-4?) 4.3125 in × 5.125 in (109.54 mm × 130.18 mm)[2]
  • Kirkham 75-85hp
  • Kirkham 110hp
  • Kirkham 180hp 9-cyl. radial
  • Kirkham B-4 4.125 in × 4.75 in (104.8 mm × 120.7 mm)[2]
  • Kirkham B-6 4.125 in × 4.75 in (104.8 mm × 120.7 mm)[2]
  • Kirkham B-12
  • Kirkham BG-6 (geared) 4.3125 in × 5.125 in (109.54 mm × 130.18 mm)[2]
  • Kirkham C-4
  • Kirkham K-12[71]

Kishi

  • Kishi 70hp V-8 96 mm × 120 mm (3.8 in × 4.7 in)[2]

Klimov

Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

Knox

(Knox Motors Company, Springfield Mass.)

  • Knox 300hp V-12 4.75 in × 7 in (121 mm × 178 mm)[2]
  • Knox H-106
  • Knox R-266

Koerting

  • Koerting 65hp V-8 116 mm × 126 mm (4.6 in × 5.0 in)[2]
  • Koerting 185hp V-8 110 mm × 140 mm (4.3 in × 5.5 in)[2]
  • Koerting 250hp V-12 120 mm × 140 mm (4.7 in × 5.5 in)[2]

Kosoku

(Kosokudo Kikan KK)

Kolesov

Köller

(Dr. Kröber und Sohn GmbH, Treuenbrietzen)

König

Konrad

(Oberbayische Forschungsanhalt Dr. Konrad)

  • Konrad 109-613
  • Konrad Enzian IV rakatenmotor[33]
  • Konrad Enzian V rakatenmotor[33]
  • Konrad Rheintochter R 3 rakatenmotor[33]

Körting

  • Körting Kg IV V-8[4]
  • Körting 8 SL

Kossov

  • Kossov MG-31F

Kostovich

(O.S. Kostovich)

  • Kostovich 2-cyl airship engine[60]
  • Kostovich 80hp 8-cyl airship engine[60]

Krautter

(Dipl. Ing. Willi Krautter)

  • Krautter-Leichtflugmotor[33]

Kroeber

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

Kruk

  • Kruk rotary 130 mm × 130 mm (5.1 in × 5.1 in)[2]

Kuznetsov Design Bureau

Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

L

L'Aisle Volante

  • L'Aisle Volante C.C.4[39]

Labor

  • Labor 70hp 4-cyl in-line 100 mm × 210 mm (3.9 in × 8.3 in)[29]

Lambert Engine Division

(Monocoupe Corporation – Lambert Engine Division)

  • Lambert M-5[40]
  • Lambert R-266[39]
  • Lambert R-270

Lamplough

  • Lamplough 6-cyl 2-stroke rotary 116 mm × 126 mm (4.6 in × 5.0 in)[2]
  • Lamplough 6-cyl 2-stroke axial<re name=Self/>

Lancia

(Lancia & Company. / Vincenzo Lancia)

  • Lancia Tipo 4 (320 hp)[122] 120.7 mm × 180 mm (4.75 in × 7.09 in)[2]
  • Lancia Tipo 5 (600 hp)[122] 150 mm × 180 mm (5.9 in × 7.1 in)[2]

Lange

Laviator

  • Laviator 35hp 3-cyl rotary 2-stroke 110 mm × 100 mm (4.3 in × 3.9 in)[29]
  • Laviator 50hp 6-cyl rotary 2-stroke 100 mm × 130 mm (3.9 in × 5.1 in)[2][29]
  • Laviator 65hp 6-cyl rotary 2-stroke 100 mm × 130 mm (3.9 in × 5.1 in)[2]
  • Laviator 75hp 9-cyl rotary 2-stroke 100 mm × 130 mm (3.9 in × 5.1 in)[29]
  • Laviator 100hp 12-cyl rotary 2-stroke 100 mm × 130 mm (3.9 in × 5.1 in)[29]
  • Laviator 80hp 6-cyl 2-stroke water-cooled radial 100 mm × 130 mm (3.9 in × 5.1 in)[2]
  • Laviator 120hp 4IL 145 mm × 174 mm (5.7 in × 6.9 in)[2]
  • Laviator 110hp 6IL 130 mm × 160 mm (5.1 in × 6.3 in)[2]
  • Laviator 250hp 6IL 180 mm × 200 mm (7.1 in × 7.9 in)[2]
  • Laviator 80hp V-8 100 mm × 130 mm (3.9 in × 5.1 in)[2]
  • Laviator 120hp V-8 114 mm × 160 mm (4.5 in × 6.3 in)[2]
  • Laviator 200hp V-8 145 mm × 175 mm (5.7 in × 6.9 in)[2]

Lawrance

  • Lawrance A-3 2OA 28 hp [14]
  • Lawrance B 60 hp 3-cyl.[11]
  • Lawrance C-2
  • Lawrance J-1[14]
  • Lawrance J-2
  • Lawrance L-2 65 hp 4.25 in × 5.25 in (108 mm × 133 mm)[2][71]
  • Lawrance L-3
  • Lawrance L-4 a.k.a. 'Wright Gale'
  • Lawrance L-5
  • Lawrance L-64
  • Lawrance N[14]
  • Lawrance N-2 40HP 2OA 4.25 in × 4.25 in (108 mm × 108 mm)[2]
  • Lawrance R[14]
  • Lawrance R-1[71]
  • Lawrance-Moulton A (France)[2]
  • Lawrance-Moulton B (200 hp V-8 USA) 4.75 in × 6.5 in (121 mm × 165 mm)[2]
  • Lawrance 140hp 9-cyl radial 4.25 in × 5.25 in (108 mm × 133 mm)[2]
  • Lawrance 200hp 9-cyl radial 4.5 in × 5.5 in (110 mm × 140 mm)[2]

Lawrence Radiation Laboratory

Le Gaucear

  • Le Gaucear 150hp 10-cyl rotary[2]

Le Maitre et Gerard

  • Le Maitre et Gerard 700hp V-8 180 mm × 210 mm (7.1 in × 8.3 in)[2]

Le Rhône

(Société des Moteurs Le Rhône)

LeBlond

Lee

  • Lee 80hp

Lefèrve

(F. Lefèrve)

  • Lefèrve 2-cyl. 33hp[15]

Lenape

  • Lenape AR-3[39]
  • Lenape LM-3 Papoose 3-cyl.
  • Lenape LM-5 Brave 5-cyl.
  • Lenape LM-7 Chief 7-cyl.
  • Lenape LM-125 Brave (suspect should be LM-5-125)
  • Lenape LM-365 Papoose (suspect should be LM-3-65)
  • Lenape LM-375 Papoose (suspect should be LM-3-75)

Lessner

  • Lessner 1908 4-cyl airship engine[60]

Levasseur

(León levasseur) see Antoinette

Levi

  • Levi 7-cyl barrel engine[2]

Leyland Motors

LFW

  • LFW 0
  • LFW I
  • LFW II
  • LFW III
  • LFW-12 X-1

LHTEC

Liberty

Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

Ligez

  • Ligez 3-cyl rotary 115 mm × 130 mm (4.5 in × 5.1 in)[29]

Light

  • Light Kitten 20
  • Light Kitten 30
  • Light Tiger 100
  • Light Tiger 125
  • Light Tiger Junior 50

Lilloise

see:C.L.M. (Compagnie Lilloise de Moteurs S.A)

Limbach

(Limbach Flugmotoren)

Lincoln

  • Rocket 29hp

Lindequist

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

  • Lindewqiuist 1,000hp Stratospheric engine[39]

Les Long Long Harlequin

Lockheed

Source:Gunston.[14]

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[39][126][127] except where noted

  • Lorraine 3B licence-built Potez 3B?
  • Lorraine 3D licence-built Potez 3B
  • Lorraine 5P Ecole – 5 cyl radial[40]
  • Lorraine 6A – (AM) 110 hp
  • Lorraine 6Ba - 6 cyl two-row radial 130CV
  • Lorraine 7M Mizar – 7 cyl radial
  • Lorraine 8A – V-8
    • Lorraine 8Aa
    • Lorraine 8Ab
    • Lorraine 8Aby
  • Lorraine 8B – V-8
    • Lorraine 8Ba
    • Lorraine 8Bb
    • Lorraine 8Bd
    • Lorraine 8Be
    • Lorraine 8BI (inverted?)
  • Lorraine 9A
  • Lorraine 9N Algol – Type 120 9 cyl radial
  • Lorraine Dietrich 12Cc ? Dc in error?
  • Lorraine 12? Hibis 450 hp
  • Lorraine 12D – V-12
  • Lorraine 12 DOO 460 hp O-12[16]
  • Lorraine 12E Courlis – W-12 450 hp
  • Lorraine 12F Courlis – W-12 600 hp
  • Lorraine 12H Pétrel – V-12
  • Lorraine 12Q Eider
    • Lorraine 12Qo Eider
  • Lorraine 12R Sterna – V-12 Type 111 700 hp
  • Lorraine 12Rs Sterna – V-12 Type 111 700 hp
  • Lorraine 12Rcr Radium – inverted V-12 with turbochargers 2,000 hp
  • Lorraine 14A Antarès – 14 cylinder radial 500 hp
  • Lorraine 14E – 14 cylinder radial 470 hp[128]
  • Lorraine 14L Antarès – 14 cylinder radial 500 hp
  • Lorraine 18F Sirius - Type 112
    • Lorraine 18F.0 Sirius
    • Lorraine 18F.00 Sirius
    • Lorraine 18F.100 Sirius
  • Lorraine 18G Orion – W-18
    • Lorraine 18Ga Orion – W-18
    • Lorraine 18Gad Orion – W-18
  • Lorraine 18K – W-18
    • Lorraine 18Ka
    • Lorraine 18Kd
    • Lorraine 18Kdrs
  • Lorraine 24 – W-24 1,000 hp (3 banks of 8 cylinders)
  • Lorraine 24E Taurus – 24 cyl in-line radial (six banks of 4-inline?) 1,600 hp
  • Lorraine P5
  • Lorraine AM (moteur d’Aviation Militaire (A.M.)) – derived from German 6-cyl in-line engines
  • Lorraine Algol Junior – 230 hp
  • Lorraine-Latécoère 8B
  • Lorraine Diesel – built in 1932, rated at 200 hp
  • Lorraine DM-400

Lotarev

(Vladimir Lotarev) (see also Ivchenko-Progress)

Loughead Aircraft Mfg Co

  • Loughead XL-1

LPC

(Lockheed Propulsion Company)

  • LPC Fang 1-KS-40
  • LPC Sword 3.81-KS-4090
  • LPC Meteor 33-KS-2800
  • LPC Mercury 0.765-KS-53,600
  • LPC Viper I-C 5.6-KS-5,400
  • LPC Viper II-C 3.77-KS-8,040
  • LPC Lance I-C 6.65-KS-38,800

LSA-Engines

(LSA-Engines GmbH, Berlin, Germany)

Lucas

(Lucas Aerospace)

Lutetia

(Marcel Echard / Moteurs Lutetia)

  • Lutetia 4.C.02 V-4, 2-stroke, 1267 cc, 40-45 hp at 2800rpm[1]
  • Lutetia 6-cyl radial 70 hp a 2600 rpm[1]

Lycoming

(Division of Textron)

Lyulka

Source:Gunston.[14]

M

M&D Flugzeugbau

  • M&D Flugzeugbau TJ-42[131]

MAB

  • MAB 4-cyl fan engine[2]
  • MAB 4-cyl in-line engine[2]

MacClatchie

  • MacClatchie X-2 Panther

Macchi

  • Macchi MB.2 – 2.cyl 20 hp@3000rpm

Macomber Avis Engine Co

(a.k.a. Macomber Rotary Engine Company)

M.A.N.

(Maschinenfabrik Augsburg-Nürnberg)

  • MAN Mana V (350 hp V-10)[2] V-10 airship engine?
  • MAN Mana III (185hp 6-cyl in-line)[2]
  • MAN 260hp 6-cyl in-line[2]

MAN-Rolls-Royce

Manfred Weiss

(Mannfred Weiss Flugzeug und Motorenfabrik)

  • Manfred Weiss Sport I
  • Manfred Weiss Sport III[32]

Manly

(Charles M. Manly)

  • Manly 52.4hp 5-cyl radial 5 in × 5.5 in (130 mm × 140 mm)[2]

Mantovani

  • Mantovani Citroën 2CV car engine conversion[1]

Marchetti

  • Marchetti A

Mark

(Stahlwerk Mark Flugzeugbau)

Marcmotor

(Macerata, Italy)

Marlin-Rockwell

  • Marlin-Rockwell 72hp

Marquardt Corporation

Martin

(Glenn L. Martin Motors Co.)

  • Martin 133? typo?
  • Martin 333[134][40]
  • Martin 500[40]
  • Martin 8200 (190 hp V-8) 4.625 in × 7 in (117.5 mm × 177.8 mm)[2]
  • Martin L-330

Maru

Masson

  • Masson 50hp 6-cyl in-line[2]

Mathis

Mawen

(Mawen S.A.)

  • Mawen 150hp rotary[39]
  • Mawen 350hp rotary[39]
  • Mawen 700hp two row rotary[39]

Max Ams

(Max Ams machine Company)

  • Max Ams 75hp V-8 3.9375 in × 5.125 in (100.01 mm × 130.18 mm)[2]

Maxim

(Hiram Maxim)

  • Maxim 87hp 4-cyl in-line 5 in × 5.625 in (127.0 mm × 142.9 mm)[2]

Maximotor

  • Maximotor 50hp
  • Maximotor 60-70hp
  • Maximotor 70-80hp
  • Maximotor 80-100hp
  • Maximotor 100hp
  • Maximotor 120hp
  • Maximotor 150hp
  • Maximotor A-4 (50 hp 4ILW) 4.5 in × 5 in (110 mm × 130 mm)[2]
  • Maximotor A-6 (75 hp 6ILW) 4.5 in × 5 in (110 mm × 130 mm)[2]
  • Maximotor A-8 (110 hp V-8)5 in × 5.5 in (130 mm × 140 mm)[2]
  • Maximotor B-6 (115 6ILW) 5 in × 6 in (130 mm × 150 mm)[2]
  • Maximotor 70hp 4-in-line 5.25 in × 5.5 in (133 mm × 140 mm)[2]

Maybach

Mayo

  • Mayo 1915 (6LW)

McCulloch

(McCulloch Motors Corporation)

McDonnell

McDowell

(Geo. McDowell. Brooklyn NY.)

  • McDowell Twin-Piston V-4 2-stroke[2]

Mead

(Mead Engine Co.)

  • Mead 50hp 4-cyl in-line 4.75 in × 4.5 in (121 mm × 114 mm)[2]

Mekker

Menasco

(Menasco Motors Company) Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

Mengin

(Établissements Pierre Mengin)

  • Mengin B
  • Mengin C (later 2A.01), Poinsard design[39]
  • Mengin G.M.H. (Genete, Mengin, and Hochet)[39]
  • Mengin 2A.01 Poinsard design[39]
  • Hochet-Mengin

Mercedes

see: Daimler-Benz

Merkulov

(Ivan A. Merkulov)

  • Merkulov DM-4 ramjet[143]

Métallurgique

Data from:[18]

  • Métallurgique 32hp 4-cyl in-line 100 mm × 150 mm (3.94 in × 5.91 in)[2]
  • Métallurgique 40hp 4-cyl in-line 85 mm × 130 mm (3.35 in × 5.12 in)[4]
  • Métallurgique 48hp 4-cyl in-line 125 mm × 150 mm (4.92 in × 5.91 in)[2]
  • Métallurgique 60hp 4-cyl in-line 100 mm × 150 mm (3.94 in × 5.91 in)[4]
  • Métallurgique 90hp 4-cyl in-line 125 mm × 150 mm (4.92 in × 5.91 in)[4]

Meteormotor

  • Meteormotor 20-25hp

Meteor

(Meteor S.p.A. Constuzioni Aeronautiche)

  • Meteor G 80cc[9]
  • Meteor Alfa 1[9]
  • Meteor Alfa 1AQ[9]
  • Meteor Alfa 2[9]
  • Meteor Alfa 2AQ[9]
  • Meteor Alfa 2V[9]
  • Meteor Alfa 3[9]
  • Meteor Alfa 3AQ[9]
  • Meteor Alfa 4[9]
  • Meteor Alfa 4V[9]
  • Meteor Alfa 5[9]

Metropolitan-Vickers

Metz

(Metz Company, Waltham, Mass.)

  • Metz 125hp rotary 6.75 in × 6.75 in (171 mm × 171 mm)[2]

Michel

  • Michel IV-AT3
  • Michel 4A-14
  • Michel RAT-3[144] 100 hp
  • Michel A.M. 14 MARK II[145]
  • Michel A.M.7 6L 200 hp[31]
  • Michel A.M.14 Type I 4L 100 hp[31][40]
  • Michel A.M.14 Type II[40]
  • Michel A.M.14 Type III[40]
  • Michel A.M.16 6L 40 hp[31]

Michigan

  • Michigan 2-cyl 2-stroke rotary 5 in × 5 in (130 mm × 130 mm)[2]
  • Michigan Rover

Microturbo

Midwest

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

Miese

Data from:[18]

  • Miese 50-60hp 8-cyl[4]
  • Miese 100hp 8-cyl radial 130 mm × 130 mm (5.1 in × 5.1 in)[2][4]

Mikulin

(Alexander Alexandrovich Mikulin)

Mikulin-Stechkin

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

  • AMBS-1

Milwaukee Tank

  • Milwaukee Tank V-470
  • Milwaukee Tank V-502

Miller

  • Miller 22hp radial

Miller

(Harry A. Miller Manufacturing Company)

  • Miller 125hp 4-cyl in-line 4 in × 7 in (100 mm × 180 mm)[2]
  • Miller V-12 5 in × 6 in (130 mm × 150 mm)[2]

Minié

Data from:[148] (Établissements Minié, Colombes, Seine, France)

  • Minié 4.B0 Horus
  • Minié 4.D0 Horus
  • Minié 4.D4 Horus[6]
  • Minié 4.DA.25 Horus[6]
  • Minié 4.DA.28 Horus[6]
  • Minié 4.DF.28 Horus
  • Minié 4.DC.3
  • Minié 4.DC.32
  • Minié 4.DG.00
  • Minié 4.E0 Horus
  • Minié 4.E2 Horus

Mistral Engines

(Mistral Engines SA, Geneva, Switzerland)

Mitsubishi

Source:

Note: (Jap:ハ Ha) – (Jap:エンジン Hatsudoki) (engine)

Modena Avio Engines

(Rubiera, Italy)

Monaco

(Monaco Motor and Engineering Co. Ltd.)

  • Monaco 75hp[6]
  • Monaco 100hp[6]

Monnett

(Monnett Experimental Aircraft), Data from:'[149]

  • Monnett AeroVee
  • Monnett 1600cc E-Vee
  • Monnett 1600cc SuperVee
  • Monnett 1700cc E-Vee
  • Monnett 1700cc SuperVee
  • Monnett 1835cc E-Vee
  • Monnett 2007cc E-Vee

Morehouse

  • Morehouse 15hp
  • Morehouse 29hp
  • Morehouse M-42
  • Morehouse M-80

Mors

Data from:[18]

  • Mors 30hp V-4 100 mm × 130 mm (3.9 in × 5.1 in)[2]

Mosler

(Mosler, Inc. of Hendersonville, North Carolina)

Motor Sich

Motorav Industria

(Bocaiúva, Minas Gerais, Brazil)

Motorlet

  • Motorlet M-701
  • Motorlet M-601[41]
  • Motorlet M-602
  • Motorlet M-20
  • Motorlet AI-25
  • Walter Titan
  • Walter Sirius

Mozhaiskiy

  • Mozhaisky gas fired machine[60]

MTH Racing engines

(Austria)

MTR

MTU Aero Engines

Mudry

(Moteurs Mudry-Buchoux)

Mulag

  • Mulag 90/113hp 6-cyl in-line 110 mm × 170 mm (4.3 in × 6.7 in)[2]

Murray-Willat

  • Murray Ajax
  • Murray Atlas
  • Murray-Willat 35hp 6-cyl 2-stroke rotary 75 mm × 90 mm (3.0 in × 3.5 in)[2]
  • Murray-Willat 90hp 6-cyl 2-stroke rotary 100 mm × 130 mm (3.9 in × 5.1 in)[2]

MWfly

(MWfy srl, Passirana di Rho, Italy)

N

N.A.G.

(Robert Conrad / Neue Automobil-Gesellschaft mbH)

  • NAG 40hp 4-cyl in-line
  • NAG C.III 185hp 6-cyl in-line[2]
  • NAG F.1 4IL 55 hp 118 mm × 100 mm (4.6 in × 3.9 in)[2]
  • NAG F.2 4IL 60 hp 120 mm × 120 mm (4.7 in × 4.7 in)[2]
  • NAG F.3 4IL 100 hp 135 mm × 165 mm (5.3 in × 6.5 in)[2]
  • NAG F.4 6IL 150 hp 135 mm × 165 mm (5.3 in × 6.5 in)[2]
  • NAG Model 301 6IL 110 hp 150 mm × 130 mm (5.9 in × 5.1 in)[2]
  • NAG 6-cyl 135hp

Nagel

  • Nagel 444

Nagliati

  • Nagliati V.N.V 160 hp Y-12 120 mm × 130 mm (4.7 in × 5.1 in)[2]
  • Nagliati 250hp 8-cyl twin4 120 mm × 100 mm (4.7 in × 3.9 in)[2]

Nakajima

Source:

Note: (Japanese:ハ Ha) – (Japanese:エンジン Hatsudoki) (engine)

NAL

(National Aerospace Laboratories, Bangalore, India)

NAMI

(Nauchnyy avtomotornyy Institut)

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)

  • Naskiewicz gas turbine[152]

National Aerospace Laboratory of Japan

  • MITI/NAL FJR710

National

  • National 35

N.E.C.

(New Engine Co.)

  • N.E.C. 1910 2-cyl 2-stroke
  • N.E.C. 1910 60hp 6-cyl 2-stroke
  • N.E.C. 40hp 4-cyl 2-stroke
  • N.E.C. 50hp V-4 2-stroke 94 mm × 114 mm (3.7 in × 4.5 in)[2][4]
  • N.E.C. 90hp 6-cyl 2-stroke 94 mm × 114 mm (3.7 in × 4.5 in)[2][4]
  • N.E.C. 100hp 6-cyl 2-stroke(1912)
  • N.E.C. 69.6hp 4-cyl 2-stroke 114 mm × 101 mm (4.5 in × 4.0 in)[2][18]

Nelson

(Nelson Aircraft Corporation)

Nielsen & Winther

(A/S Nielsen & Winther)

  • Nielsen & Winther M.A.J.[153]

Nieuport

  • Nieuport 28hp 2-cyl opposed 130 mm × 150 mm (5.1 in × 5.9 in)[29]
  • Nieuport 32/35hp 2-cyl opposed 135 mm × 150 mm (5.3 in × 5.9 in)[2]

Nihonnainenki

  • Nihonnainenki Semi

Nippon

(Nippon Jet Engine Company)

Nord

(Nord-Aviation)

  • Nord ST.600 Sirius I
  • Nord ST.600 Sirius II
  • Nord ST.600 Sirius III
  • Nord Véga

Normalair-Garrett

(Normalair-Garrett Ltd. – NGL)

Northrop

Source:Gunston.[14]

  • Northrop Model 4318F[41]
  • Northrop O-100[41]
  • Northrop Turbodyne XT-37

Norton

(Kenneth Norton / Norton-Newby Motorcycle Co.)

  • Norton 2-cyl opposed 4 in × 4.5 in (100 mm × 110 mm)[2]

Novus

  • Novus 70hp 6-cyl rotary 120 mm × 130 mm (4.7 in × 5.1 in)[2]
  • Novus 70hp 6-cyl double rotary 120 mm × 130 mm (4.7 in × 5.1 in)[2]

NPO Saturn

NPT

(Noel Penny Turbines)

NST-Machinenbau

(Niedergoersdorf, Germany)

Nuffield

  • Nuffield 100hp 4HO[6]

O

Oberursel

Oerlikon

  • Oerlikon 50/60hp 4-cyl opposed 100 mm × 200 mm (3.9 in × 7.9 in)[2][29]

Oldfield

  • Oldfield 15A 124 mm × 150 mm (4.9 in × 5.9 in)[2]

Opel

(Adam Opel Motorenwerke)

  • Opel Type III 180 hp 6IL 145 mm × 160 mm (5.7 in × 6.3 in)[2]

Orenda

Source:Gunston.[14]

Orenda

(not related to Orenda Engines)

Orion

  • Orion LL-30

Orlo

  • 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

(Orlogsværftet Flyvemaskineværksted (Orlogsværftet Flying Machine Workshop).)

  • Orlogsværftet O.V. 160

OKL

(Ośrodek Konstrukcji Lotniczych WSK Okęcie)

  • OKL LIS-2[9]
  • OKL LIS-2A[9]
  • OKL LIS-5[9]
  • OKL LIT-3[9]
  • OKL TO-1[9]
  • OKL NP-1[9]
  • OKL WN-3 (Wiktor Narkiewicz)[9]
  • OKL WN-6 (Wiktor Narkiewicz)[9]
  • OKL WN-7 (Wiktor Narkiewicz)[9]

Otis-Pifre

  • Otis-Pifre 6-cyl in-line[2]
  • Otis-Pifer 500hp V-12 130 mm × 160 mm (5.1 in × 6.3 in)[2]

Otto

(Gustav Otto)

  • Otto 50hp 4-cyl in-line 110 mm × 150 mm (4.3 in × 5.9 in)[2]
  • Otto 50hp 6-cyl in-line 110 mm × 150 mm (4.3 in × 5.9 in)[2]
  • Otto 80/100hp 4-cyl in-line 140 mm × 150 mm (5.5 in × 5.9 in)[2]
  • Otto 100/130hp 6-cyl in-line 140 mm × 150 mm (5.5 in × 5.9 in)[2]
  • Otto 200hp 8 in-line[11][2]

OV

(Orlogsvaerftet, Denmark)

P

Packard

Source:Gunston.[14][157]

  • Packard 1A-258 1922 single
  • Packard 1A-744 1919 V-8(60) 180 hp 4.75 in × 5.25 in (121 mm × 133 mm)[2]
  • Packard 1A-825 1921 V-8(60) 5 in × 5.25 in (127 mm × 133 mm)[2]
  • Packard 1A-905 225 hp V-12 4 in × 6 in (100 mm × 150 mm)[2]
  • Packard 1A-1100 1917 V-8(45)
  • Packard 1A-1116 1919 V-12(60) 282 hp 4.75 in × 5.25 in (121 mm × 133 mm)[2]
  • Packard 1A-1237 1920 V-12(60) 315 hp 5 in × 5.25 in (127 mm × 133 mm)[2]
  • Packard 2A-1237 1923 V-12(60)
  • Packard 1A-1300 1923 V-12(60)
  • Packard 1A-1464 1924 V-12(60) 1st redesign of 1A-1300
  • Packard 1A-1500 1924 V-12(60)
  • Packard 2A-1500 1925 V-12(60)
  • Packard 3A-1500 1927 V-12(60)
  • Packard 1M-1551 test engine
  • Packard 1A-1551 1921 IL-6
  • Packard 1A-1650 1919 Packard's post war Liberty
  • Packard 1A-2025 1920 V-12(60) 540 hp 5.75 in × 6.5 in (146 mm × 165 mm)[2]
  • Packard 1A-2200 1923 V-12(60) (made as 6 cyl.)
  • Packard 1A-2500 1924 V-12(60)
  • Packard 2A-2500 1925 V-12(60)
  • Packard 3M-2500 – marine version
  • Packard 3A-2500 1926 V-12(60)
  • Packard 4M-2500 – marine version
  • Packard 4A-2500 1927 V-12(S60)
  • Packard 5M-2500 – marine version
  • Packard 5A-2500 193? V-12(S60) experimental
  • Packard 1A-2775 1928 X-24(S60) supercharged & un-supercharged (X-2775)
  • Packard 2A-2775 1935 X-24(S60) exp. supercharged (X-2775)
  • Packard 1A-3000 193? H-24 "H" exp.
  • Packard 1A-5000 1939 X-24(60) exp.
  • Packard 2A-5000 1939 H-24 exp.
  • Packard 3A-5000 1939 X-24(90) exp. sleeve valve
  • Packard 1D-2270 1952 V-16(TD60)
  • Packard DR-980 1928 R-9(D) 1st diesel to fly
  • Packard DR-1340 1932 R-9(D) 2-cycle
  • Packard DR-1520 1932 R-9(D) 2-cycle
  • Packard DR-1655 1932 R-9(D) exp. diesel
  • Packard 299 1916 V-12(60) "299" racer engine
  • Packard 452 1917 IL-6 aero exp.
  • Packard 905-1 1916 V-12(40)
  • Packard 905-2 1917 V-12(40)
  • Packard 905-3 1917 V-12(40) (1A-905)
  • Packard IL-6 (1A-1551)
  • Packard L-8 (1A-1100)
  • Packard L-12 1917 Liberty engines
  • Packard L-12E 1918 U-12 Duplex – 2 crankshafts
  • Packard V-1650 Rolls-Royce Merlin
  • Packard Merlin Rolls-Royce Merlin
  • Packard W-1 1921 W-18(40) Air Service-designed and Packard-built
  • Packard W-1-A 1923 W-18(40) Air Service-designed and Packard-built
  • Packard W-1-B 1923 W-18(40) Air Service-designed and Packard-built
  • Packard W-2 1923 W-18(40) Air Service designed
  • Packard XJ41 1946 Turbo-Jet Experimental turbojet. 7 were contracted
  • Packard XJ49 1948 Turbo-Fan Experimental fan jet. Highest thrust—10,000 lbf (44 kN)—jet built up to that time

Palmer

  • Palmer 80hp

Palons & Beuse

  • Palons & Beuse 2-cyl opposed[2]

Panhard & Levassor

Source:[158] (Société Panhard & Levassor) (N.B. The Panhard & Levassor engines were used in motorcycles, cars, airships, and aircraft)

  • Panhard & Levassor 1E 1901 80 mm × 120 mm (3.1 in × 4.7 in) - 0.6 l (36.6 cu in) - 2–3 hp (1.5–2.2 kW)
  • Panhard & Levassor 4F 1901 100 mm × 130 mm (3.9 in × 5.1 in) - 4 l (244 cu in) - 16–18 hp (12–13 kW)
  • Panhard & Levassor 4L 1901 130 mm × 130 mm (5.1 in × 5.1 in) - 6.9 l (421 cu in) - 30 hp (22 kW)
  • Panhard & Levassor 4M 1901 140 mm × 140 mm (5.5 in × 5.5 in) - 8.62 l (526 cu in) - 60–65 hp (45–48 kW)
  • Panhard & Levassor 2E 1902 80 mm × 120 mm (3.1 in × 4.7 in) - 1.2 l (73 cu in) - 5 hp (3.7 kW)
  • Panhard & Levassor 2R 1902 90 mm × 130 mm (3.5 in × 5.1 in) - 1.65 l (101 cu in) - 7 hp (5.2 kW)
  • Panhard & Levassor 4E 1902 80 mm × 120 mm (3.1 in × 4.7 in) - 2.4 l (146 cu in) - 10 hp (7.5 kW)
  • Panhard & Levassor 4R 1902 90 mm × 130 mm (3.5 in × 5.1 in) - 3.3 l (201 cu in) - 15 hp (11 kW)
  • Panhard & Levassor 4I 1902 110 mm × 140 mm (4.3 in × 5.5 in) - 5.31 l (324 cu in) - 20–24 hp (15–18 kW)
  • Panhard & Levassor 4I 1903 130 mm × 140 mm (5.1 in × 5.5 in) - 7.45 l (455 cu in) - 35 hp (26 kW)
  • Panhard & Levassor 4M 1903 160 mm × 170 mm (6.3 in × 6.7 in) - 13.675 l (834 cu in) - 70 hp (52 kW)
  • Panhard & Levassor 3E 1904 80 mm × 120 mm (3.1 in × 4.7 in) - 1.8 l (110 cu in) - 8 hp (6.0 kW)
  • Panhard & Levassor 4L 1905 130 mm × 130 mm (5.1 in × 5.1 in) - 6.9 l (421 cu in) - 30 hp (22 kW)
  • Panhard & Levassor 6M 1905 170 mm × 170 mm (6.7 in × 6.7 in) - 23.15 l (1,413 cu in) - 130 hp (97 kW)
  • Panhard & Levassor 4E 1906 80 mm × 120 mm (3.1 in × 4.7 in) - 2.4 l (146 cu in) - 10 hp (7.5 kW)
  • Panhard & Levassor 8M 1906 170 mm × 170 mm (6.7 in × 6.7 in) - 30.87 l (1,884 cu in) - 180 hp (130 kW)
  • Panhard & Levassor 4R 1907 90 mm × 130 mm (3.5 in × 5.1 in) - 3.3 l (201 cu in) - 15 hp (11 kW)
  • Panhard & Levassor 4F 1907 100 mm × 130 mm (3.9 in × 5.1 in) - 4 l (244 cu in) - 16–18 hp (12–13 kW)
  • Panhard & Levassor 4I 1907 110 mm × 140 mm (4.3 in × 5.5 in) - 5.31 l (324 cu in) - 20–24 hp (15–18 kW)
  • Panhard & Levassor 4M 1908 170 mm × 170 mm (6.7 in × 6.7 in) - 15.435 l (942 cu in) - 65 hp (48 kW)
  • Panhard & Levassor 4M 1908 170 mm × 170 mm (6.7 in × 6.7 in) - 15.435 l (942 cu in) - 80–90 hp (60–67 kW)
  • Panhard & Levassor 4V 1908 155 mm × 170 mm (6.1 in × 6.7 in) - 12.8 l (781 cu in) - 65 hp (48 kW)
  • Panhard & Levassor 6S 1908 135 mm × 140 mm (5.3 in × 5.5 in) - 12 l (732 cu in) - 65 hp (48 kW)
  • Panhard & Levassor 1I 1909 110 mm × 155 mm (4.3 in × 6.1 in) - 1.473 l (90 cu in) - 4–7 hp (3.0–5.2 kW)
  • Panhard & Levassor 4M 1909 185 mm × 200 mm (7.3 in × 7.9 in) - 21.5 l (1,312 cu in) - 120 hp (89 kW)
  • Panhard & Levassor 16Y 1909 185 mm × 200 mm (7.3 in × 7.9 in) - 86 l (5,248 cu in) - 700 hp (520 kW)
  • Panhard & Levassor 2I 1910 110 mm × 140 mm (4.3 in × 5.5 in) - 2.66 l (162 cu in) - 12–15 hp (8.9–11.2 kW)
  • Panhard & Levassor 4O 1910 145 mm × 160 mm (5.7 in × 6.3 in) - 10.56 l (644 cu in) - 50 hp (37 kW)
  • Panhard & Levassor 4E 1911 80 mm × 120 mm (3.1 in × 4.7 in) - 2.4 l (146 cu in) - 10 hp (7.5 kW)
  • Panhard & Levassor 4F 1911 100 mm × 130 mm (3.9 in × 5.1 in) - 4 l (244 cu in) - 18 hp (13 kW)
  • Panhard & Levassor 4R 1912 90 mm × 130 mm (3.5 in × 5.1 in) - 3.3 l (201 cu in) - 15 hp (11 kW)
  • Panhard & Levassor 4I 1912 110 mm × 140 mm (4.3 in × 5.5 in) - 5.31 l (324 cu in) - 25 hp (19 kW)
  • Panhard & Levassor 4L 1912 125 mm × 150 mm (4.9 in × 5.9 in) - 7.36 l (449 cu in) - 35 hp (26 kW)
  • Panhard & Levassor 12J 1916 140 mm × 170 mm (5.5 in × 6.7 in) - 31 l (1,892 cu in) - 220 hp (160 kW) @ 1,300 RPM
  • Panhard & Levassor 12M 1920 160 mm × 170 mm (6.3 in × 6.7 in) - 43 l (2,624 cu in) - 350 hp (260 kW) @ 1,600 RPM
  • Panhard & Levassor 16W 1920 165 mm × 170 mm (6.5 in × 6.7 in) - 58 l (3,539 cu in) - 650 hp (480 kW) @ 1,650 RPM (Double V)
  • Panhard & Levassor 4I 1909 110 mm × 140 mm (4.3 in × 5.5 in) - 5.32 l (325 cu in) - 35–40 hp (26–30 kW)
  • Panhard & Levassor 6I 1910 110 mm × 140 mm (4.3 in × 5.5 in) - 7.98 l (487 cu in) - 55 hp (41 kW)
  • Panhard & Levassor 6J 1910 120 mm × 140 mm (4.7 in × 5.5 in) - 9.5 l (580 cu in) - 65 hp (48 kW)
  • Panhard & Levassor 12L 1926 140 mm × 170 mm (5.5 in × 6.7 in) - 31 l (1,892 cu in) - 550 hp (410 kW) @ 1,500 RPM (sleeve valve)
  • Panhard & Levassor VK12L 1926 140 mm × 170 mm (5.5 in × 6.7 in) - 31 l (1,892 cu in) - 485 hp (362 kW) @ 1,500 RPM (sleeve valve) a.k.a. K122
  • Panhard & Levassor 12W 1926 165 mm × 170 mm (6.5 in × 6.7 in) - 25 l (1,526 cu in) - 525 hp (391 kW) @ 2,130 RPM (sleeve valve)
  • Panhard & Levassor 12L 1930 140 mm × 170 mm (5.5 in × 6.7 in) - 31 l (1,892 cu in) - 450 hp (340 kW) @ 1,500 RPM (sleeve valve)
  • Panhard & Levassor 12M 1930 165 mm × 170 mm (6.5 in × 6.7 in) - 43 l (2,624 cu in) - 500 hp (370 kW) @ 1,600 RPM (sleeve valve)
  • Pahhard-Levassor 12Cb 340 hp (250 kW)

Parker

  • Parker 1912 3 cyl
  • Parker 1912 6 cyl

Parma Technik

(Luhačovice, Zlín Region, Moravia, Czech Republic)

Parodi

(Roland Parodi)

PBS

(První Brnenská Strojírna Velká Bíteš, a.s.)

Pegasus Aviation

Per Il Volo

Peterlot

  • Peterlot 80hp 7-cyl radial

Peugeot

  • Peugeot 8A
  • Peugeot L112 V-8 100 mm × 180 mm (3.9 in × 7.1 in)[2][161]
  • Peugeot Type 16AJ 440 hp double V-8 120 mm × 160 mm (4.7 in × 6.3 in)[2]
  • Peugeot L41 600 hp V-12 160 mm × 170 mm (6.3 in × 6.7 in)[2]
  • Peugeot Type 16X X-16 130 mm × 170 mm (5.1 in × 6.7 in)[2]
  • Peugeot 12L13[40]

Pheasant Aircraft Company

  • Pheasant Flight 4-cyl

Phillips

  • Phillips 333 (Martin 333)
  • Phillips 500

Piaggio

Data from:Italian Civil & Military Aircraft 1930–1945[17] & Jane's 1938[39]

  • (note: the R is for Riduttori – reduction geared, and the C is for Compressore – supercharged)

Pierce

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

Pieper

(Pieper Motorenbau GmbH)

  • Pieper Stamo MS 1500[41]
  • Pieper Stamo 1000[41]

Pipe

Data from:[18]

  • Pipe 50hp V-8 3.94 in × 3.94 in (100 mm × 100 mm)[4][2]
  • Pipe 110hp V-8[4]

Pirna

(Industriewerke Ludwigsfelde / Vereinegung Volkseigener Betriebe Flugzeugbau, Pirna, DDR )

Platzer

(Ellenberg, Germany)

Pobjoy

Source: Lumsden.[3]

Poinsard

Porsche

Potez

(Société des Avions et Moteurs Henri Potez)

  • Potez A-4 50 hp 4IL upright 100 mm × 120 mm (3.9 in × 4.7 in)[2]
  • Potez 1C APU
  • Potez 1D APU
    • Potez 1D-3 APU
  • Potez 2D APU
    • Potez 2D-2 APU
    • Potez 2D-5 APU
  • Potez 2C APU
  • Potez 3B[39]
  • Potez 4D
  • Potez 4E
  • Potez 6A
    • Potez 6Ab[40]
    • Potez 6Ac
  • Potez 6B[39]
  • Potez 6D
  • Potez 6E[9]
    • Potez 6E.30
  • Potez 8D
  • Potez 9A[39]
  • Potez 9B[39]
    • Potez 9Ba
    • Potez 9Bb
  • Potez 9C
  • Potez 9E[39]
    • Potez 9Eo
  • Potez 12As
  • Potez 12D (a.k.a. D.12)[39][32]
    • Potez 12D-03

Pouit

  • Pouit S-4

PowerJet

Power Jets

(Power Jets Ltd.)

Poyer

(Poyer Aircraft Engine Company)

Praga

Source:Jane's All the World's Aircraft 1938[39]

Pratt & Whitney

Pratt & Whitney - Allison

Pratt & Whitney Canada

(United Aircraft of Canada)

Pratt & Whitney Rzeszów

  • Pratt & Whitney Rzeszów PZL-10

Preceptor

Price Induction

  • DGEN

Primi-Berthand

  • Primi-Berthand 4-cyl in-line 2-stroke 100 mm × 180 mm (3.9 in × 7.1 in)[2]

Pulch

(Otto Pulch)

Pulsar

  • Pulsar Aeromaxx 100

PZI

(Państwowe Zakłady Inżynieryjne - National Engineering Works)

PZL

(Państwowe Zakłady Lotnicze)

PZL Rzeszów

(PZL Rzeszów)

PZL-Wytwórnia Silników

Q

Quick

(Quick Air Motors, Wichita KS.)

  • Super Rhone Radial Engine 120-125hp[163]
  • Quick 180hp

R

Radne Motor AB

Ranger

(Ranger Engineering, a division of the Fairchild Engine & Airplane Corporation)

  • Ranger 6-370
  • Ranger 6-375
  • Ranger 6-390[39]
  • Ranger 6-410
  • Ranger 6-440
  • Ranger L-440
  • Ranger V-770
  • Ranger V-880
  • Ranger XV-920
  • Ranger XH-1850 (not actually an H - a double 150° V - two separate crankshafts linked by a gearbox)[164]

Rapp

(Rapp Motorenwerke G.m.b.H.)[11]

  • Rapp 125hp 6-cyl in-line[11]
  • Rapp 150hp 6-cyl in-line 140 mm × 160 mm (5.5 in × 6.3 in)[2][11]
  • Rapp 200hp V-8 140 mm × 160 mm (5.5 in × 6.3 in)[2]

Rasmussen

  • Rasmussen 65hp

Rateau

(Société Rateau)

  • Rateau GTS.65
  • Rateau A.65 gas turbine[6]
  • Rateau SRA-01 Savoie[10]

Rausenberger

  • Rausenberger A-8 45 hp V-8 3.5 in × 3.75 in (89 mm × 95 mm)[2]
  • Rausenberger B-8 75 hp V-8 4.125 in × 4.75 in (104.8 mm × 120.7 mm)[2]
  • Rausenberger C-12 150 hp V-12 4.125 in × 6 in (104.8 mm × 152.4 mm)[2]
  • Rausenberger D-23 250 hp V-12 5 in × 6.5 in (130 mm × 170 mm)[2]
  • Rausenberger E-6 150 hp 6IL 5 in × 6 in (130 mm × 150 mm)[2]
  • Rausenberger 500hp

Raven Redrives

(El Prado, New Mexico, United States)

RBVZ

(RBVZ Russko-Baltiisky Vagon Zavod – Russo-Baltic wagon works)

  • RBVZ-6 (V.V. Kireev)[60]
  • MRB-6 (Igor Sikorskii)[60]

Reaction Motors

Rearwin

  • Rearwin 1909 30-45hp
  • Rearwin 1909 40-60hp
  • Rearwin 1910 50-75hp
  • Rearwin 1911 80-90hp

Rebus

  • Rebus 50hp 4-cyl

Rectimo

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

  • Rectimo 4 AR 1200[41]
  • Rectimo 4 AR 1600[56]

RED

(RED Aircraft)

Redrup

  • Redrup 1910 50hp 10-cyl contra-rotating rotary
  • Redrup 1914 150hp 7-cyl radial
  • Redrup 5-cyl barrel engine
  • Redrup Fury (barrel engine built by Aero Syndicate Ltd.)

Reggiane

  • Reggiane Re 101 R.C.50 I (sometimes designated Re L 101 R.C.50 I)[165]
  • Reggiane Re 102 R.C.50 I (inverted W-18)[165]
  • Reggiane Re 103 R.C.40 I (inverted W-18)[165]
  • Reggiane Re 103 R.C.50 I (inverted W-18)[165]
  • Reggiane Re 103 R.C.57 I (inverted W-18)[165]
  • Reggiane Re 103 R.C.48 (inverted W-18)[165]
  • Reggiane Re 104 R.C.38 (V-12 derived from the Isotta Fraschini Asso L.121 R.C.40)[165]
  • Reggiane Re 105 R.C.100 I (inverted W-18)[165]
  • Reggiane H-24[165]

Régnier

(Société anonyme des établissments Emile Regnier)[39]

  • Régnier R1
  • Régnier 2[16][32]
  • Régnier 4B (derived from de Havilland Gipsy)
  • Régnier 4D.2
  • Régnier 4E.0
  • Régnier 4F.0
  • Régnier 4JO[166]
  • Régnier 4KO
  • Régnier 4LO
  • Régnier 4L[32]
  • Régnier 4R[32]
  • Régnier 6B
  • Régnier 6C
  • Régnier 6GO
  • Régnier 6R[32]
  • Régnier 6RS[32]
  • Régnier R161-01[167]
  • Régnier Martinet[167]
  • Régnier 12Hoo

Renard

(Société anonyme des avions et moteurs Renard / Alfred Renard, Belgium)[168]

Renard

(Charles Renard, France)

  • Renard y Krebs

Renault

(Société des Moteurs Renault-Aviation)(Source:[169] and[18])

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

  • Renault 38.5hp 4-cyl in-line 110 mm × 160 mm (4.3 in × 6.3 in)[2]
  • Renault 42.5hp 4-cyl in-line 116 mm × 150 mm (4.6 in × 5.9 in)[2]
  • Renault 25/30hp 4-cyl in-line 120 mm × 90 mm (4.7 in × 3.5 in)[2][29]
  • Renault 35-40hp V-4
  • Renault 35hp V-8 110 mm × 70 mm (4.3 in × 2.8 in)[29]
  • Renault 35hp V-8 120 mm × 70 mm (4.7 in × 2.8 in)[2]
  • Renault 45hp V-8
  • Renault 50hp V-8 120 mm × 90 mm (4.7 in × 3.5 in)[2][29]
  • Renault 50.5hp V-8 90 mm × 140 mm (3.5 in × 5.5 in)[2]
  • Renault 60hp V-8 100 mm × 120 mm (3.9 in × 4.7 in)[2][3]
  • Renault 70hp Type WB 94 mm × 120 mm (3.7 in × 4.7 in)[2]
  • Renault 70hp Type WC
  • Renault 75hp V-8 100 mm × 120 mm (3.9 in × 4.7 in)[2]
  • Renault 80hp Type WS 105 mm × 130 mm (4.1 in × 5.1 in)[2]
  • Renault 90hp V-8 140 mm × 96 mm (5.5 in × 3.8 in)[2][29]
  • Renault 100hp V-8
  • Renault 130hp V-8
  • Renault 90hp V-12 12D
  • Renault 100hp V-12 96 mm × 140 mm (3.8 in × 5.5 in)[2]
  • Renault 120hp V-12
  • Renault 138hp V-12 105 mm × 130 mm (4.1 in × 5.1 in)[2]
  • Renault 190hp V-12[11]
  • Renault 200hp V-12
  • Renault 220hp V-12 12E
  • Renault 265hp V-12
  • Renault 300hp V-12[11] 12F
  • Renault 320hp V-12[11] 12Fe
  • Renault 38.5hp 4-cyl in-line water-cooled[18]
  • Renault 42.5hp 4-cyl in-line water-cooled airship engine[18]
  • Renault 7A 100 hp (75 kW) 7 radial
  • Renault 8A 50 hp (37 kW) V-8
    • Renault 8Aa 60 hp (45 kW) V-8
    • Renault 8Ab 70–75 hp (52–56 kW) V-8
  • Renault 9A
  • Renault 4B 25 hp V-4 1910
  • Renault 8B 30 hp (22 kW) V-8
  • Renault 8C 70 hp (52 kW) V-8
    • Renault 8Ca 80 hp (60 kW) V8
  • Renault 9C
    • Renault 9Ca 350–435 hp (261–324 kW) 9 radial
  • Renault 12D
    • Renault 12Da 100 hp (75 kW)
    • Renault 12Db 120 hp (89 kW) V12
    • Renault 12Dc 130 hp (97 kW) V12
    • Renault 12Drs 500–630 hp (370–470 kW) V12
  • Renault 12E 200 hp (150 kW) V12
    • Renault 12Eb 220 hp (160 kW)
    • Renault 12Ec 235 hp (175 kW) V12
  • Renault 9F
    • Renault 9Fas 650–675 hp (485–503 kW) 9 radial[32]
  • Renault 12F[11]
    • Renault 12Fa 220 hp (160 kW) V12
    • Renault 12Fb 250 hp (190 kW) V12
    • Renault 12Fc 280 hp (210 kW) V12
    • Renault 12Fe 300 hp (220 kW) V12
      • Renault 12Fex 300 hp (220 kW) V-12
  • Renault 14Fas 900–1,000 hp (670–750 kW) 14 radial[170]
  • Renault 8G 140 hp (100 kW) to 200 hp (150 kW) V8
  • Renault 12H[11]
    • Renault 12Ha 450 hp (340 kW) V12
    • Renault 12Hd 480 hp (360 kW) V12
    • Renault 12He 500 hp (370 kW) V12
    • Renault 12Hg 550 hp (410 kW) V12
  • Renault 12J
    • Renault 12Ja 450 hp (340 kW) V12
    • Renault 12Jb 500 hp (370 kW) V12
    • Renault 12Jc 550 hp (410 kW) V12
  • Renault 18J
    • Renault 18Jbr 700 hp (520 kW) W18
  • Renault 12K (aka 450 hp and 500 hp)[31]
    • Renault 12K1? [171]
    • Renault 12Ka
    • Renault 12Kb 450 hp (340 kW) V12
    • Renault 12Kd
    • Renault 12Ke 500 hp (370 kW) V12
    • Renault 12Kg 550 hp (410 kW) V12
  • Renault 12M 550–650 hp (410–480 kW) V12[31]
  • Renault 12N
    • Renault 12Ncr 2,000 hp (1,500 kW)
  • Renault 12O 390–450 hp (290–340 kW) air-cooled V-12 inverted[60]
  • Renault 4P
  • Renault 6P
  • Renault 9P 9 radial (aka 250 hp air-cooled engine)
    • Renault 9Pa 250 hp (190 kW)
  • Renault 6Q 200–300 hp (150–220 kW)
  • Renault 12R 450 hp (340 kW) air-cooled V-12 inverted
  • Renault 12S 480 hp (360 kW) V-12 inverted
  • Renault 14T[32]
  • Renault 12T 600 hp (450 kW) V-12 inverted
  • Renault Bengali 4
  • Renault Bengali 6
  • Renault Type WB
  • Renault Type WC
  • Renault Type WS
  • Renault Moteur Coupe Deutsch 6 inline 7.95 l (485 cu in) (109.75x140), turbocharged[173]
  • Renault 438 (Coupe Deutsch) 180 hp 6 in-line
  • Renault 446 450 hp V-12?
  • Renault 454 220 hp 6 in-line
  • Renault 456 300 hp 6 in-line
  • Renault 468 730 hp inverted V-12
  • Renault 626 800 hp inverted V-8?
  • Renault 8? 200 hp 8 cyl in-line water-cooled

R.E.P.

(Robert Esnault-Pelterie)

  • R.E.P. 20/24hp 5-cyl. 85 mm × 95 mm (3.35 in × 3.74 in)[2]
  • R.E.P. 30/34hp 7-cyl. 85 mm × 95 mm (3.35 in × 3.74 in)[2]
  • R.E.P. 95hp 7-cyl. 110 mm × 160 mm (4.33 in × 6.3 in)[2]
  • R.E.P. 40/48hp 10-cyl. 85 mm × 95 mm (3.35 in × 3.74 in)[2]
  • R.E.P. 60hp 14-cyl. 85 mm × 95 mm (3.35 in × 3.74 in)[2]
  • R.E.P. 60hp 5-cyl fan 110 mm × 160 mm (4.3 in × 6.3 in)[29]
  • R.E.P. 50hp 5-cyl fan 100 mm × 140 mm (3.9 in × 5.5 in)[29]
  • R.E.P. 75hp 6-cyl
  • R.E.P. 60hp 7-cyl
  • R.E.P. 85hp 7-cyl radial 110 mm × 160 mm (4.3 in × 6.3 in)[29]

Revmaster

Rex

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

  • Rex rotary engine

RFB

(Rhein-Flugzeugbau GmbH)

Rheem

  • Rheem S-10 axial

Rheinische

  • Rheinische 35hp 3-cyl fan 105 mm × 130 mm (4.1 in × 5.1 in)[2]
  • Rheinische 50/60hp 5-cyl radial 120 mm × 140 mm (4.7 in × 5.5 in)[2]
  • Rheinische 70hp 4-cyl in-line 120 mm × 140 mm (4.7 in × 5.5 in)[2]
  • Rheinische 100hp 6-cyl in-line 120 mm × 140 mm (4.7 in × 5.5 in)[2]

Rheinmetall-Borsig

(Rheinmetall-Borsig A.G.)

  • Rheinmetall 109-502[33]
  • Rheinmetall 109-505[33]
  • Rheinmetall 109-515 rocket (solid fuel)[33]
  • Rheinmetall Rheintochter R 1 first stage[33]
  • Rheinmetall Rheintochter R 1 second stage[33]
  • Rheinmetall Rheintochter R 3 first stage[33]

Rhenania

(Rhenania Motorenwerke)

  • Rhenania rotary engine[2]

Ricardo

  • Ricardo-Burt S55/4[3][2]
  • Ricardo-Halford-Armstrong R.H.A.[3][2]

Richard & Hering

(Rex-Simplex Automobilwerke)

  • Richard & Hering engines[2]

Richardson

(Archibald and Mervyn, Sydney Australia)

  • Richardson rotary

Righter Manufacturing

Roberts

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

  • Roberts 50hp 4-cyl in-line 4.5 in × 5 in (110 mm × 130 mm)[2]
  • Roberts 75hp 6-cyl in-line 4.5 in × 5 in (110 mm × 130 mm)[2]
  • Roberts 4-X.
  • Roberts 6-X 100 hp 5 in × 5 in (130 mm × 130 mm)[2]
  • Roberts 6-XX 200 hp 6.5 in × 6 in (170 mm × 150 mm)[2]
  • Roberts 6-Z
  • Roberts E-12 350 hp 6 in × 6.5 in (150 mm × 170 mm)[2]

Robinson

(Grinnell Aeroplane Co. / William C. Robinson)

  • Robinson 60hp
  • Robinson 100hp

Roché

  • Roché L-267

Rocket Propulsion Establishment

  • RPE Gamma

Rocketdyne

Rocky Mountain

  • Rocky Mountain Pegasus

Rollason

  • Rollason Ardem RTW
  • Rollason Ardem 4 CO2 FH mod

Rolls-Royce Limited

Sources: Piston engines, Lumsden,[3] gas turbine and rocket engines, Gunston.[14][48]

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

Rolls-Royce plc

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

Rolls-Royce/Turbomeca

Source:Gunston.[14]

Rolls-Royce/SNECMA

Rossel-Peugeot

(Frédéric Rossel et les frères Peugeot)

  • Rossel-Peugeot 100hp 4-cyl in-line 140 mm × 140 mm (5.5 in × 5.5 in)[2]
  • Rossel-Peugeot 30hp 7-cyl rotary 109 mm × 110 mm (4.3 in × 4.3 in)[2]
  • Rossel-Peugeot 40hp 7-cyl rotary 110 mm × 110 mm (4.3 in × 4.3 in)[2]
  • Rossel-Peugeot 50hp 7-cyl rotary 110 mm × 110 mm (4.3 in × 4.3 in)[2][176]

Rotax

Rotec

Rotex Electric

(Prague, Czech Republic)

  • Rotex Electric REB 20
  • Rotex Electric REB 30
  • Rotex Electric REB 50
  • Rotex Electric REB 90
  • Rotex Electric REG 20
  • Rotex Electric REG 30
  • Rotex Electric RET 30
  • Rotex Electric RET 60
  • Rotex Electric REX 30
  • Rotex Electric REX 50
  • Rotex Electric REX 90

RotorWay

Rotron

(Semley, Wiltshire, United Kingdom)

Rover

(Rover Company / Rover Gas Turbines Ltd.)

Royal Aircraft Establishment

Royal Aircraft Factory

Source: Lumsden.[3]

RRJAEL

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

Rumpler

  • Rumpler Aeolus

Ruston-Proctor

  • Ruston-Proctor 200hp 6-stroke rotary(6-cyl 2-stroke?)[2]

Ryan-Siemens

Rybinsk Motor Factory

S

SACMA

(Guy Negre)[177]

Safran Helicopter Engines

SAI Ambrosini

  • Ambrosini P-25 – 2-cyl. horizontally opposed

Salmson

(Societe des Moteurs Salmson)

Salmsons 18 cylinder in-line radial engines

  • Salmson 18 Z (1919) 9-bank water-cooled in-line radial 2 x 9Z on common 2-throw crankshaft
  • Salmson 18 AB (1920s) 9-bank air-cooled in-line radial[31]
  • Salmson 18 Cm (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)[178]

Saroléa

(Maison Saroléa S.A.)

S.A.N.A.

Saunders-Roe

  • Saunders-Roe 45 lbf pulse-jet
  • Saunders-Roe 120 lbf pulse-jet

Sauer

(Sauer Flugmotorenbau GmbH)

Saurer

(Adolph Saurer AG)

  • Saurer GT-15[48]
  • Saurer YS-2
  • Saurer YS-3

Scania-Vabis

  • Scania-Vabis PD

Schmidding

  • Schmidding 109-505 rocket (solid fuel)
  • Schmidding 109-513[33]
  • Schmidding 109-533[33]
  • Schmidding 109-543[33]
  • Schmidding 109-553[33]
  • Schmidding 109-563[33]
  • Schmidding 109-573[33]
  • Schmidding 109-593[33]
  • Schmidding 109-603[33]

Schroeter

  • Schroeter 89hp 6-cyl in-line 124 mm × 160 mm (4.9 in × 6.3 in)[2]

Schwade

(Otto Schwade GmbH, Erfut, Germany)

  • Schwade Stahlherz engine[2]

SCI Aviation

  • R6-80
  • R6-150
  • B4-160

Scott

  • Scott A2S Flying Squirrel[3]
  • Scott 40hp 2-stroke
  • Scott 1939 2-stroke
  • Scott 1950 2-stroke V4

Security

(Security Aircraaft Corporation)

  • Security S-5-120[39]

Sega

SELA

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

  • SELA V-8

Seld

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

SEPR

(Société d'Etudes pour la Propulsion par Réaction)

  • SEPR 9
  • SEPR 16
  • SEPR 24
  • SEPR 25
  • SEPR 35
  • SEPR 44
  • SEPR 50
  • SEPR 55
  • SEPR 57
  • SEPR 63
  • SEPR 65
  • SEPR 66[69]
  • SEPR 73
    • SEPR 732
    • SEPR 734
      • SEPR 7341
    • SEPR 737
    • SEPR 738
    • SEPR 739 (Stromboli)
  • SEPR 78
  • SEPR 81A
  • SEPR 167
  • SEPR 178
  • SEPR 189
  • SEPR 192
  • SEPR 200 (Tramontane)
  • SEPR 201
  • SEPR 202
    • SEPR 2020
  • SEPR 251
  • SEPR 481[69]
  • SEPR 504
  • SEPR 505
    • SEPR 5051
    • SEPR 5052
    • SEPR 50531
    • SEPR 5054
  • SEPR 631[69]
  • SEPR 683
  • SEPR 684
  • SEPR 685
    • SEPR 6854
  • SEPR 686
  • SEPR 703
  • SEPR 705
  • SEPR 706
  • SEPR 740
  • SEPR 841
  • SEPR 844
  • SEPR Topaze
  • SEPR Diamante
  • SEPR C2

Sergant

SERMEL

  • SERMEL TRS 12
  • SERMEL TRS 18
  • SERMEL TRS 25

SFFA

(Société Française de Fabrication Aéronautique, France)

  • SFFA Type A 100 hp 7-cyl[32]
  • SFFA Type B 45 hp 3-cyl[32]

SFECMAS

(Société Française d'Etude et de Construction de Matériel Aéronautiques Spéciaux)

Shenyang

(Shenyang Aircraft Corporation)

Shimadzu

  • Shimadzu 80hp 9-cyl rotary 105 mm × 140 mm (4.1 in × 5.5 in)[2]
  • Shimadzu 90hp V-8 110 mm × 110 mm (4.5 in × 4.5 in)[2]

Shvetsov

Data from:Russian Piston Aero Engines[60]

S.H.K.

  • S.H.K. 70hp 7-cyl rotary 110 mm × 140 mm (4.3 in × 5.5 in)[2]
  • S.H.K. 140hp 14-cyl rotary 110 mm × 140 mm (4.3 in × 5.5 in)[2]
  • S.H.K. 90hp 7-cyl rotary 124 mm × 140 mm (4.9 in × 5.5 in)[2]
  • S.H.K. 180hp 14-cyl rotary 124 mm × 140 mm (4.9 in × 5.5 in)[2]

Siemens

(Siemens AG, Erlangen, Germany)

Siddeley-Deasy

Siemens-Halske

(Siemens & Halske AG / Siemens-Bramo)

Silnik

  • Silnik M 11
  • Silnik Sh 14

Simms

  • Simms 51hp V-6 4.33 in × 4.33 in (110 mm × 110 mm)[2][18]

Simonini Racing

Skoda

  • Skoda G-594 Czarny Piotruś
  • Skoda L
  • Skoda Lr
  • Skoda S.14[31]
  • Skoda S.20[31]
  • Skoda Hispano-Suiza W-12[31]

Skymotors

  • Skymotors 70
  • Skymotors 70A

Smallbone

(Harry Eales Smallbone)

  • Smallbone 4-cyl wobble-plate axial piston engine[182]

Smalley

  • Smalley Aero

SMA Engines

SME Aircraft Engine

(Italy)

Smith

  • Smith Static[3]
  • Smith 300hp radial ??? any body have a reference?

SMPMC

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

SNCAN

(Société Nationale de Constructions Aéronautiques du Nord)

SNECMA

(Société Nationale d'Étude et de Construction de Moteurs d'Aviation)