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Automobile Engineer: 1951/08

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August 1951. Front cover.
August 1951. Index to contents.

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


  • Editorials - Engine Design. Petrol from Coal...281-282
  • Power Output - An Account of the Work of the Weslake Laboratories plus history - Weslake and Co...283-286
  • Engine Detail Machining - Production Methods for Ford Consul and Zephyr Connecting Rods and Crankshafts...287-295
  • Road Transport Vehicles - Opinions on Probable Developments in the Foreseeable Future - John Shearman and B. B. Winter...295-296
  • Strain Indicators - Direct Recording Instruments of Single- and Four-Channel Type - Kelvin Hughes...300
  • Mechanical Handling - A Vauxhall Development for Dealing with Wheels and Tyres...301-302
  • Centreless Grinding - An Interesting Scrivener Development for Transfer Machining - Arthur Scrivener...303-304
  • Monochrome and Van der Horst - Hard-Chromium Plating Firms Combine...304
  • Air Conditioning. By F. W. Duncombe - Some Factors in the Design of Equipment for Passenger Vehicles...305-309
  • Wheel Manufacture - An Australian Furnace for Heating Blanks - Major Furnace Engineers Pty...314
  • Current Patents - Comprehensive review of recent Automobile Specifications...315-316

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