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Damler-Benz DB 602
1933 -
Motor DB 602
Variant .
Vekt tørr 1976 Kg
Byggeår 1933 -
Ytelse 1320 Hk (984 kW) @ 1720 o/min
Dreiemoment Nm @ o/min
Sylindre V16 50°
Slagvolum 88.5 liter
Borring 175 mm
Slag 230 mm
Ladeluftkjøler Nei
Kjøling Vann
Innsug åpner - før ØD
Innsug stenger - etter ND
Eksos åpner - før ØD
Eksos stenger - etter ND
Klaring innsug - kald
Klaring eksos - kald
Tenningsrekkefølge -
Dieselpumpe 4 Stk -
Dysespiss -
Dieselfilter -
Oljefilter -
Stempelhastighet - m/s
Stempelprodusent -
Startmotor -

The Daimler-Benz DB 602 was a Nazi Germany diesel cycle aircraft engine] designed and built in the early 1930s. It was a liquid-cooled upright V16 engine, and powered the two Hindenburg class airships. It has roughly the same displacement and weight of the Beardmore Tornado, which was used in the ill-fated R101, but has almost twice the power of this engine, showing Daimler-Benz's superior knowledge regarding diesel engine construction. Also, these engines, under designation MB 502, powered four Schnellboots of 1933 series S10...13 (three engines on each). Then, the engine was modified into V20 MB 501 of 2000 hp that had a variety of applications.


Engines on display

A preserved Daimler-Benz DB 602 is on display at the Zeppelin Museum Friedrichshafen.

Specifications (DB 602)



  • Gunston, Bill. World Encyclopaedia of Aero Engines. Cambridge, England. Patrick Stephens Limited, 1989. ISBN 1-85260-163-9
  • Neil Gregor Daimler-Benz in the Third Reich. Yale University Press, 1998