Category:Felix Wankel

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Deutsch: Felix Heinrich Wankel (* 13. August 1902 in Lahr; † 9. Oktober 1988 in Heidelberg) war ein deutscher Maschinenbauingenieur und Erfinder des nach ihm benannten Wankelmotors.
English: Felix Heinrich Wankel (August 13, 1902, Lahr, Baden – October 9, 1988) was a German mechanical engineer and inventor after whom the Wankel engine was named. He is the only twentieth century engineer to have designed an internal combustion engine which went into production


Felix Wankel 
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German mechanical engineer, inventor of the Wankel engine
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Date of birth13 August 1902
Lahr/Schwarzwald
Date of death9 October 1988
Heidelberg
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  • Bavarian Order of Merit
  • Commander's Cross of the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany
  • John Price Wetherill Medal (1971)
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