When Was the Internal Combustion Engine Made?

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The internal combustion engine was invented in 1860. Jean Joseph Etienne Lenoir from Belgian is credited for the invention. The engine was invented in France and was a gas engine that used coal.
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The piston is the internal component of the engine that reciprocates up and down in a cylinder, compressing an air/fuel mixture and then exerting force from the controlled explosion
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If you mean who made the first combustion engine, i have no idea, but the first Four-Stroke engine was made by Nikolaus Otto.
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You can pry internal combustion engines from my cold, dead hands. No but really, the internal combustion engine (ICE) hasn't combusted its last fossil fuel nor will it for many years
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