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Oberursel U.I

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The Oberursel U.I was an early German aircraft engine that powered many German fighter aircraft in the first part of World War I. It was a 9-cylinder air-cooled rotary engine, a licence-built copy of the Gnome Delta[1] that Oberursel was producing under licence before the war. It developed 75 kW (100 hp).

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  1. ^ Kyrill von Gersdorff, Kurt Grasmann. Flugmotoren und Strahltriebwerke, Bernard & Graefe Verlag, 1981, ISBN 3-7637-5272-2