Frederic P Miller - Hitachi Hatsukaze: Aircraft Engine, Hirth Hm 504, Bücker Bü 131
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Usually found in four- and six-cylinder configurations, the straight engine, or inline engine is an internal-combustion engine with all cylinders aligned in one row, with no offset. They have been used in automobiles, locomotives and aircraft, although the term in-line has a broader meaning when applied to aircraft engines; see Inline engine (aviation). A straight engine is considerably easier to build than an otherwise equivalent horizontally opposed or V engine, because both the cylinder bank and crankshaft can be milled from a single metal casting, and it requires fewer cylinder heads and camshafts. In-line engines are also much smaller in overall physical dimensions than designs like the radial, and can be mounted in any direction. Straight configurations are simpler than their V-shaped counterparts.