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Automobile Engineer: 1910/06 June

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1910 June Issue

Note: This is a sub-section of Automobile Engineer


  • Editorial - p1
  • Lack of all-round knowledge - p3
  • Universal joints (with drawings) - p4
  • Grinding and grinding machinery - p8
  • Some points in the design of aero-motors by W. G. Aston - p12
  • The 16-20 H. P. Wolseley (with drawings) - p14
  • Carburettors for petroleum spirit by Robert W. A. Brewer - p19
  • The 8 H. P. Rover design (with drawings) - p22
  • Automatic engine starting by J. Dalrymple Bell - p26
  • Testing systems for engines and chassis - p29
  • Designing pistons by E. J. D. Buckley - p31

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