Advanced propulsion from 1962

12-cylinder Yokohama-MAN engine of 840mm bore, rated at 22,000bhp at 115rpm

Large bore engines continued to dominate the pages of The Motor Ship. In the June 1962 issue, engine designs from B&W, MAN (then separate companies of course), Sulzer, Fiat and Götaverken, all for tanker propulsion, were discussed.

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