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Automobile Engineer: 1947/09

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September 1947. Front cover.
September 1947. Index to contents.

Note: This is a sub-section of the Automobile Engineer


  • Editorials - Crisis. The Purchase Department...317-318
  • The Renault 1-Ton Van - A General Utility Chassis of Orthodox Layout and Detail...319-32-1
  • Sintered Bearings - Composition and Application of Steel-backed Lead bronze Bushes - W. H. Tait...324
  • Valve Split Cotters - Unusual but Effective Tooling on Wickman 5 spindle Automatics...337-338
  • Recent Publications - Brief Reviews of Current Technical Books...338
  • Lockheed Brakes - Details of the Hydraulic Servo Accumulator System...339-342
  • Automatic Transmissions - A Comparison of the Seven Basic Types - O. K. Kelley...342
  • Metal Spraying. By J. Porter -Some Notes on the Reclamation of Worn or Faulty Parts...343-346
  • Supercharged Oil Engines - Suggestions for Overcoming Main Difficulties - C. R. Jones...346
  • Rubber Suspension - The Torsilastic System Applied to Omnibus Design - F. R. Fageol...347
  • Two-Stroke Engines - Extensive Use in Pre-war Germany...349
  • Design Thirty Years Ago - The 1917 Bugatti 10-12 h.p. Chassis...350
  • Machine Tools - Present Day Practice in the U.S.A....351-353
  • Current Patents - A Comprehensive Review of Recent Automobile Specifications...334

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