Wärtsilä’s largest common-rail engine also tested at Hyundai, Korea

Hyundai Heavy Industries Co Ltd in Korea successfully tested a 14-cylinder Wärtsilä RT-flex96C common-rail low-speed engine on 29 May in its Ulsan engine works. The 14-cylinder RT-flex96C is the world’s most powerful diesel engine in production. It develops 80,080 kW (108,920 bhp) at 102 rpm. The official shop test was witnessed by representatives of the shipowner and the classification societies. The engine was built under licence from Wärtsilä Corporation.