The world’s largest and most powerful diesel engine is the Wärtsilä RT-flex96C. The fourteen cylinders of the RT-flex96C, built-in Fɪɴʟᴀɴᴅ, can produce 107,389 horsepower and more than 7,000,000Nm of torque, enough to power an entire suburban town. The engine is larger than a four-story structure in size, weighing 2,300 tons and standing 44 feet tall and 90 feet long. The engine’s redline is 102 RPM, but the torque is enough to demolish a tank.

In one cycle, each of the 14 built-in cylinders consumes 6.5 ounces of fuel, producing 5700 kW of electricity. While this may appear to be a lot, the engine is really very efficient and one of the least polluting of its kind. You might be wondering what kind of beast would require such a massive amount of power. The Wärtsilä RT-flex96C engine was fitted and ultimately set sail on the Emma Maersk in 2006, a cargo ship capable of transporting 11,000 20-foot shipping containers at a rapid speed of 31 knots, compared to most other ships in its class that cruise at 20 knots.

The ship transports cargo from Cʜɪɴᴀ to the United States on a regular basis, delivering four days ahead of schedule and saving a lot of money. There are already 25 such engines cruising the waters of the world, with another 86 on the way.

Let’s see The Biggest Ship Engine In The World And CNC Machine Complete Crankshaft Machining in the amazing video below.

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