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Automobile Engineer: 1948/03

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March 1948. Front cover.
March 1948. Index to contents.

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


  • Editorials - Machine Tools. Track Testing...81-82
  • The Foden Bus Chassis - A Post-war Model Incorporating many Interesting Details...83-91
  • Recent Publications - Brief Reviews of Current Technical Books...92
  • Radiator Cores - A Semi-Automatic Assembly Machine Developed by Ford Motor Co. Ltd...93-96
  • Heavy Vehicle Suspension - A Novel Twin Front Axle Design with Interconnected Steering and Weight Transfer - J. W. Wunsch...108
  • The Duo-Flex Spring - An American Scheme Designed for Omnibus Use - ACF-Brill omnibus...109-110
  • Synthetic Rubber - Brief Outline of 100 Years of Research - J. A. Britton...110
  • Automobile Transmissions. By Professor Ewen M'Ewen - Some Recent Developments and a Forecast of the Future Trend...111-116
  • The High-Speed Schlieren Camera - Its Use for the Observation of Flame Travel - G. B. R. Feilden...116
  • Worm Gears - The David Brown Universal Testing Machine No. 12A...117-118
  • A New Oil Engine - Experiments with a Fuel Injection Spark Ignition Model - Allan M. Starr...118
  • Current Patents - A Comprehensive Review of Recent Automobile Specifications...119-120

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