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Automobile Engineer: 1947/10

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October 1947. Cover.
October 1947. Index.

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

CONTENTS

  • Editorials - Standardization. Traditional Design. Invention and Evolution...355-356
  • The Trojan 15-cwt van - A Redesigned Two-stroke Engine in a New Chassis...357-363
  • Brake Linings - Plastic Employed as a Bonding Medium - R. T. Hickcox...364
  • Furnace Brazing. By H. D. Hendrick - A Detailed Review of Production Equipment and Methods...365-371
  • Engine Bearings - A Comparison of Various Types of Construction - W. E. Thill...371
  • The Caloric Engine - A Modern Version of an Old Thermodynamic Cycle...372-376
  • Recent Publications - Brief Reviews of Current Technical Books...378
  • Diesel Engines - Redesigning to Eradicate Teething Troubles - L. R. Miller...382
  • Oil Seals. By E. T. Jagger - A Description of the “Gaco” M.I. Component for Rotating Shafts...388-385
  • Skin Hardening. By R. J. Brown - Some Aspects of the High-frequency Induction Process...889-390
  • Current Patents - A Comprehensive Review of Recent Automobile Specifications...391-392

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