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Karl Benz
Ngaran na Karl Friedrich Benz nyaéta Saurang insinyur mesin Jerman, Karl Benz ngararancang sarta ngawangun sacara praktis mobil kahiji di dunya anu baris dirojong ku mesin pembakaran internal. Dina tanggal 29 Januari 1886, Benz narima hak patén kahiji (DRP No 37.435) pikeun mobil berbahan beuleum bensin. Éta téh mobil tilu roda ; Benz ngawangun mobil roda opat kahiji dina taun 1891. sarta Pausahaan anu didirikan ku Benz & Company, jadi pausahaan kahiji sakaligus jadi produsén pangbadagna di dunya mobil dina taun 1900.

Karl Friedrich Benz lahir warsih 1844 di Baden Muehlburg, Jerman. Manéhna nyaéta anak saurang supir mesin. Benz sakola di sakola Karlsruhe jurusan tata basa sarta saterusna Politeknik Universitas Karlsruhe. Dina warsih 1871, Manéhna ngadegkeun pausahaan kahiji kalayan mitra Agustus Ritter, “Iron Foundry sarta Machine Shop” Toko pemasok bahan wangunan.

Benz mitembeyan karyana dina mesin dua-stroke, jeung harepan manggihan pendapatan atawa penghasilann anyar. Manéhna narima hak patén kahiji dina warsih 1879. Dina warsih 1883, manéhna ngadegkeun Benz & Company pikeun nga produksi mesin industri di Mannheim, Jerman. Manéhna saterusna mimitian ngararancang hiji “motor karéta”, jeung mesin empat-stroke (dumasar hak patén Nikolaus Otto). Benz ngararancang mesinna (958cc, 0.75hp) sarta rangka pikeun tutumpakan roda tilu kalayan pengapian listrik, sarta cai pendingin. Mobil éta kahiji di jalankeun di Mannheim dina 1885. Dina tanggal 29 Januari 1886, manéhna dianugrahi hak patén pikeun mobil berbahan beuleum gas na (DRP 37.435) sarta dina bulan Juli, manéhna mimitian ngajual mobil ka umum.

Dina warsih 1893, Velo Benz janten Mobil murah kahiji di dunya, sarta jadi mobil anu diproduksi sacara massal. aya warsih 1903, Karl Benz pangsiun ti Benz & Company; desain na geus tinggaleun jaman ku Gottlieb Daimler. Manéhna nyekel kalungguhan…...

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