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General Motors bought his patent, just so the competition wouldn’t be able to buy it.
BLÁTHY OTTÓ TITUSZ (1860 – 1938) Invention: TRANSFORMER, WATT METER Ottó Titusz Bláthy, mechanical engineer, was born in Tata, and died in Budapest.
Liptrot from the British Air Ministry, who travelled on the helicopter, wrote in a Journal of the Aeronautical Society in 1931: the Asboth-helicopter ascends vertically with a remarkable speed…All Watt meters used today are based on his invention.CSONKA JÁNOS (1852 – 1939) Invention: CARBURETOR, AUTOMATIC TUBE IGNITION (for petrol engines), GAS ENGINE, MOTORTRICYCLE (for mailmen), GASOLINE MOTOR CAR Creator of the Hungarian automobile industry János Csonka, inventor, was born in Szeged and died in Budapest.Mind represent the structure of language, and vica versa..so here we are: Hungarian Inventors, ASBÓTH OSZKÁR, (1891 – 1960) Invention: HELICOPTER Oszkár Asbóth was born in Pankota and died in Budapest.
In 1892, before Diesel, Dónát Bánki created the first great compression, low consumption gasoline engine, the Bánki-motor.