Beardmore 120 hp

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The Beardmore 120 hp was a British six-cylinder, water-cooled aero engine that first ran in 1914, it was built by William Beardmore and Company as a licensed-built version of the Austro-Daimler 6.wikipedia
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Airco DH.1

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The type, like the F.E.2b, was designed for the water-cooled Beardmore 120 hp (89 kW) inline engine.

Armstrong Whitworth F.K.3

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At one time during production of the F.K.3 there was a shortage of the RAF engines, and twelve aircraft were fitted with longer and heavier 120 hp (90 kW) six-cylinder inline water cooled Beardmore 120 hp.

Royal Aircraft Factory F.E.2

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The first F.E.2a made its maiden flight on 26 January 1915, but was found to be underpowered, and was re-engined with a Beardmore 120 hp (89 kW) liquid-cooled inline engine, as were the other eleven aircraft.

Beardmore 160 hp

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The Beardmore 160 hp is a British six-cylinder, water-cooled aero engine that first ran in 1916, it was built by Arrol-Johnston and Crossley Motors for William Beardmore and Company as a development of the Beardmore 120 hp, itself a licensed-built version of the Austro-Daimler 6.

Water cooling

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The Beardmore 120 hp was a British six-cylinder, water-cooled aero engine that first ran in 1914, it was built by William Beardmore and Company as a licensed-built version of the Austro-Daimler 6.

Aircraft engine

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The Beardmore 120 hp was a British six-cylinder, water-cooled aero engine that first ran in 1914, it was built by William Beardmore and Company as a licensed-built version of the Austro-Daimler 6.

William Beardmore and Company

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The Beardmore 120 hp was a British six-cylinder, water-cooled aero engine that first ran in 1914, it was built by William Beardmore and Company as a licensed-built version of the Austro-Daimler 6.

Austro-Daimler 6

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The Beardmore 120 hp was a British six-cylinder, water-cooled aero engine that first ran in 1914, it was built by William Beardmore and Company as a licensed-built version of the Austro-Daimler 6.

Cast iron

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The engine featured cast iron cylinders and mild steel concave pistons.

Cylinder (engine)

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The engine featured cast iron cylinders and mild steel concave pistons.

Piston

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The engine featured cast iron cylinders and mild steel concave pistons.

World War I

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Produced between August 1914 and December 1918, the design powered many World War I aircraft types.

Bristol T.T.A.

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White and Thompson No. 3

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Bristol F.2 Fighter

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This initially took two forms, the Type 9 R.2A, to be powered by the 120 hp Beardmore engine, and the very similar Type 9A R.2B, powered by the 150 hp Hispano-Suiza.

Charles Collet

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154), which the RNAS had bought in 1913, and refitted with a Beardmore 120 hp engine.