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Automobile Engineer: 1912/06 June

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1912 June Issue

Note: This is a sub-section of Automobile Engineer

Contents

  • The Heavy Fuel Problem - Editorial. p.161
  • Some Aspects of Worm gearing - H. Kerr-Thomas. p.162
  • Steel - Walter Rosenhain. p.164
  • The Sphinx Engine (also known as Reno). p.165
  • A Small Tractor (Petters). p.166
  • Inertia Bending Effects in Connecting Rods - J. H. P. Daman. p.168
  • Engine Control Gear (II). p.169
  • Machining Connecting Road - Amed. p.172
  • The Gas-Steam Motor - John Armstrong. p.177
  • Engines for Marine Work - R. G. L. Markham. p.179
  • Modern Trend of Carburettor Development - Robert W. A. Brewer. p.184
  • A Self-Securing Detachable Wheel. p.190
  • Detachable Rims. p.192
  • Recent Automobile Patents - Eric W. Walford. p.192 Supplement
  • The Institution of Automobile Engineers
  • The Society of Automobile Engineers.
  • The Strength of Hickory Artillery Wheels
  • Detachable Wheel Patents.


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