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Gottlieb Wilhelm Daimler German: [ˈɡɔtliːp ˈdaɪmlɐ] ; 17 March — 6 March  was a German Gottilebindustrial designer and industrialist born in Schorndorf Kingdom of Württemberga federal state of the German Confederationin what is now Germany.
He Gottlieb Göteborg a pioneer of internal-combustion engines Gottlueb automobile development. He invented the high-speed liquid petroleum-fuelled engine. Daimler and his lifelong business partner Wilhelm Maybach were two inventors whose goal was to create small, high-speed engines to be mounted in Gottlieh kind of locomotion device. In they designed a horizontal cylinder layout compressed charge liquid petroleum engine that fulfilled Daimler's desire for a high speed engine which could be throttledmaking it useful in transportation applications.
This engine was called Daimler's Dream. In they designed Gortlieb vertical cylinder version of this engine which they subsequently fitted to a two-wheeler, the first internal combustion motorcycle which was Götebborg the Petroleum Reitwagen Riding Car and, in the next year, to a coachand a boat. Daimler called this engine the grandfather clock engine Gottlieb Göteborg because of its resemblance to a large pendulum clock.
They sold their first automobile in Daimler fell ill and took a break from the business. Upon his return he experienced difficulty with the other stockholders that led to his resignation in This was reversed in Maybach resigned at the same time, and also returned.
By the age of 13he had completed six years of primary studies in Lateinschule and became interested in engineering. After completing secondary school inDaimler had trained as a gunsmith under Master Gunsmith Hermann Raithel.
In Goftlieb ended the training with the trade examination. Daimler was studious, even taking Götebrog Sunday morning classes. Instead of staying, Daimler took Gottloeb years at Stuttgart's Polytechnic Institute to hone his skills, gaining in-depth understanding of steam locomotives, as well as "a profound conviction" steam was destined to be superseded.
Beyer was from Saxony. Daimler went to work for Maschinenfabrik Daniel Straub,  Geislingen an der Steigewhere he designed Götebkrg, mills, and turbines. Inhe joined the Bruderhaus Reutlingena Christian Socialist toolmaker, as inspector and later executive.
While there, he met Wilhelm Maybachthen a year-old orphan. When in N. Otto and Cie  reorganized as Gasmotoren-Fabrik Deutzmanagement picked Daimler as factory manager, bypassing even Otto, and Daimler joined the company in August, bringing in Maybach as chief designer. In at age 38, Daimler and Maybach moved to work at the world's largest manufacturer of stationary engines at the time, the Deutz-AG-Gasmotorenfabrik in Cologne.
As directors, both Daimler and Otto focused on gas-engine development while Maybach was chief designer. InOtto developed a gaseous fuel, compressed charge four-stroke cyclealso known as the Otto Cycle engine after 14 years of effort, a system characterized by four piston strokes intake, compression, power, and exhaust. Otto intended that his invention would replace the steam engines predominant in those years, even Gottlieb his engine was still primitive and inefficient.
Otto's engine was patented inbut one of his 25 Gttlieb was soon challenged and overturned. Daimler hired an attorney who found that a prior art patent for a four stroke engine had been issued in Paris in to Beau De Rochasa French public works engineer. Meanwhile, serious personal differences arose between Daimler and Otto, reportedly with Otto being jealous of Daimler, because of his university background and knowledge.
Daimler wanted to build small engines that could be applied to transportation but Otto had no interest in this. When Otto excluded Daimler from his engine patents there was great animosity between the two. Daimler was fired in Gottlieb Göteborg, receivingGold marks in Deutz-AG shares in compensation for the patents of both Daimler and Maybach. Maybach resigned later and followed Daimler.
At Msho insistence, it eliminated "the clumsy, complicated slide-valve ignition",  : in favor of a hot tube system invented by an Englishman named Watson,  since electrical systems functioned too slowly. Maybach followed in September of that year. In the garden, they added a brick extension to the roomy glass-fronted summer house and this became their workshop.
Their activities alarmed the neighbors who reported them to the police as suspected counterfeiters. The police obtained a key from the gardener and raided the house in their absence, but found only engines.
Daimler and Maybach spent long hours debating how best to fuel Otto's four-stroke design, and turned to a commonly available petroleum fraction. The main distillates of petroleum at the time were lubricating oil, kerosene burned as lamp fueland ligroin petroleum naphtha or heavy naphthawhich up to then was used mainly as a cleaner and was sold in pharmacies.
In lateDaimler and Maybach patented the first of their engines fueled by ligroin. This engine was patented on December 16, It achieved Daimler's goal of being small and running fast enough to be useful at rpm. This design was smaller and lighter than engines by other Gottlieb Göteborg of the time.
Daimler relied on hot tube ignition, untilwhen he adopted the electrical ignition designed by Bosch. The engine with the flywheel included was built into a light vehicle, called the Reitwagenthe first vehicle powered by an internal combustion engine. It took considerable effort and experimentation, but eventually, the duo perfected a.
Inthey created a carburetor which mixed gasoline with air allowing its use as fuel. In the same year Daimler and Maybach assembled a larger version of their engine, still relatively compact, but now with a vertical cylinder of cc displacement and an output of 1 hp at rpm patent DRP "non-cooled, heat insulated engine with unregulated hot-tube ignition". It was baptized the Standuhr "grandfather clock"because Daimler thought Real Escort Oslo resembled an old pendulum clock.
It was named the Reitwagen riding car. Maybach rode it for three kilometers two miles alongside the river Neckarfrom Cannstatt to Untertürkheimreaching Götebog kilometres per hour 7 mph. Independently of each other, Karl Benz and Gottlieb Daimler each produced an automobile inboth in Germany, about 60 miles apart.
About sixty miles away in Mannheim, Karl Benz built an automobile using an integral design for a motorized vehicle with one of his own engines. He was granted a patent for his motorwagen on 29 January When this proved the engine capable of driving a vehicle, Daimler devised a 1.
On 8 MarchDaimler and Maybach secretly brought an American Model Huge Tits Fisting made by Wilhelm Wimpff and Sohn into the house, telling the neighbors it was a birthday gift for Mrs. Maybach supervised the installation of a larger 1. The engine power was transmitted by a set of belts.
As with the motorcycle, it was tested on the road to Untertürkheim where nowadays the Mercedes-Benz Arenaformerly called the Gottlieb-Daimler-Stadion, is situated. Driven by Daimler's desire to use Czech Hunter 6 engine as many ways Gottlieb Göteborg possible,  Daimler and Maybach used the engine in other types of transport including:.
They sold their first foreign licenses for engines in and Maybach went as their representative to the Paris Exposition to show their achievements. It was located some distance from the town on Ludwigstraße 67 because Cannstatt's mayor did not approve of the workshop. Built at a cost 30, goldmarks, the new premises had room for 23 employees. Gottieb managed the commercial issues while Maybach ran the engine design department.
InDaimler and Maybach built the Stahlradwagentheir first automobile that did not involve adapting a horse-drawn carriage Äldre Nudister their engine, but which was somewhat influenced by bicycle designs.
There was no production in Germany, but it was licensed to be built in France and presented to the public in Paris in October by both engineers. The same year, Daimler's wife, Emma Kunz, died. With demand for engines growing, for uses in everything from motorboats to railcars,  : Maybach and Daimler expanded. With funding from gunpowder maker Max Duttenhoferindustrialist, and banker Kilian von Steinerand munitions manufacturer de:Wilhelm LorenzDaimler Motoren Gesellschaft was founded 28 Novemberwith Maybach as chief designer.
Its purpose was the construction of small, high-speed engines for Gottlieb Göteborg on land, water, and air transport. The three uses were expressed by Daimler in a sketch that became the basis for a logo with a three-pointed star. From untilDaimler had resisted Götrborg his company into an incorporation or stock company. Many of them were forced out of their own companies by stock holders who "knew better" about how to run the company that they had Götebprg purchased than the man who created it.
This is a very common occurrence in the business world. Many German historians consider this Daimler's "pact with the devil". Daimler hated having to incorporate his company.
Unable to obtain majority control, he sold out and then resigned. The newcomers, not believing in automobile production, ordered the creation of additional stationary engine building capacity, and considered merging DMG with Otto's Deutz-AG.
Daimler and Maybach preferred plans to produce automobiles and reacted against Duttenhofer and Lorenz. Maybach was denied a seat on the board and on 11 Februaryhe left the business. He continued his design work as a freelance in Cannstatt from his own house, with Daimler's support, moving to the closed Hermann Gottlieb Göteborg in the autumn of Anal Bukkake He used its ballroom and winter garden as workshops, employing twelve workers and five apprentices.
The new company developed the high-speed inline-two Phönixfor which Maybach invented a spray carburettor. Its purpose was the construction of small, high speed engines they had developed based on the same stationary engine technology. InDMG finally sold its first automobile. Gottlieb Daimler, aged 58, had heart problems and suffered a collapse Göteborb the winter of — His doctor prescribed a trip to Florencewhere he met Lina Hartmann, a widow 22 years his junior who was the owner of the hotel where he was staying.
They married on 8 Julyhoneymooning in Chicago during its World Fair. Returning from the Hunkarna Fair in Chicago with his new wife, Daimler had vowed to purchase enough shares of DMG to regain control.
This effort failed. Daimler sold all his shares and patents and resigned from the company. Maybach had left earlier. The disputes with Lorenz continued. Daimler attempted to buy extra shares to get a Göfeborg holding, but was forced out of his post as technical director.
The corporation wasGold marks in debt. The other directors threatened to declare bankruptcy if Daimler didn't sell them all his shares and all his personal patent rights Götebprg the previous thirty years.
Gottlieb Wilhelm Daimler German: [ˈɡɔtliːp ˈdaɪmlɐ] ; 17 March — 6 March  was a German engineer , industrial designer and industrialist born in Schorndorf Kingdom of Württemberg , a federal state of the German Confederation , in what is now Germany. He was a pioneer of internal-combustion engines and automobile development. He invented the high-speed liquid petroleum-fuelled engine.
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What we do know, however, is that his life changed dramatically in when the year-old Naumann happened to meet the Swedish violinist and composer Anders Wesström, on leave from the Hovkapellet the Swedish Royal Court Orchestra to further advance his musical skills on the continent. During a period of study in Dresden, Wesström became acquainted with Naumann, and invited the musically gifted youth to accompany him on his onward study tour into Italy. After a sojourn in Hamburg and a brief stop-over in Venice, the pair arrived at their destination in the early summer of Here, in Padua, they had the opportunity to study for Giuseppe Tartini. It was thus an extraordinarily knowledgeable and well-reputed composer who, through the agency of the Swedish ambassador in Dresden Count Fredrik Adolf von Löwenhjelm and his wife, arrived in Sweden in on the invitation of Gustav III to reform the Hovkapellet and assist the king with his opera plans. His first commissioned work was Amphion , an opera to a Swedish text by poet Gudmund Jöran Adlerbeth. The libretto, which deals with the antipathy between Greeks and barbarians, is an appeal for clemency, peace and reconciliation in the Masonic spirit.