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Automobile Engineer: 1952/05

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May 1952. Front cover.
May 1952. Index to contents.

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


  • Editorials - Materials Handling. The Labour Force...159-160
  • Ford-Mercury Transmission. By O. D. North - A Simple, Three-element, Torque-converter Unit Embodying Ingenious Control Devices...161-170
  • Jigs and Fixtures - Principles of, and Recent Development in, the “Wharton” Universal System - Wharton and Wilcocks...173-174
  • The 4.1 Litre Commer Engine - A vertical O.H.V. Unit for the Superpoise Range - Commer: Superpoise...175-180
  • Chromium Plated Piston Rings - A Resume of Experience with Vacrom Rings - Hepworth and Grandage...181-182
  • Tractor Manufacture - A Survey of the Production Methods for the New Fordson Major...183-191
  • Automatic Loader - Teleloader Device for End or Side Lifts - Telehoist...192
  • Recent Publications - Brief Reviews of Current Technical Books...193-194
  • Minneapolis-Moline Engine - A Four-cylinder. V-type Unit for Self- propelled Farm Machines...195-197
  • Reducing Road Noise - A Silentbloc Frustacon Unit Applied to Coil Spring Suspension Systems...198-199

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