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The Clerget was an early rotary aircraft engine. Manufactured in both Great Britain (Gwynne Limited) and France, it was used on such aircraft as the Sopwith Camel.
What distinguished the Clerget from its rivals (Gnome and Le Rhône) was the Clerget had normal intake and exhaust valves unlike the Gnome, and the connecting rod arrangement was much simpler than the Le Rhone. A source of failure among the Clerget engines were the special-purpose piston rings, called obturator rings. These were located below the wrist pin to block heat transfer from the combustion area to the lower part of the cylinder and overcome their subsequent distortion. These rings were often made from brass and only had a lifespan of a few hours. The Clerget engines were considered reliable but they cost more per unit to produce than their rivals. Unlike other contemporary rotaries in which the ignition system was either switched on or off to provide a rudimentary form of engine speed control, the Clerget featured a throttle.
Type: 9-cylinder air-cooled rotary
Bore: 120 mm (4.72 in)
Stroke: 150 mm (5.91 in)
Displacement: 15.27 Litres (931.7 cu in)
Dry weight: 166 kg (365 lb)
Fuel system: carburetor
Cooling system: air
Power output: 110 hp (82 kiloWatts) at 1,200 RPM (bmep=77.9psi)
Fuel consumption: 10 imp gal/h (45 L/h)
Oil consumption: 2 imp gal/h (9 L/h)
Power-to-weight ratio: 3.3 lb per rated hp (2 kg/kiloWatts)
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