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Automobile Engineer: 1952/12

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December 1952. Front cover.
December 1952. Index to contents.

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


  • Editorials - Engine Deposits. Graduates and Engineering...505-506
  • Austin ‘7’ Structural Design - A Body-chassis Structure Unique Among Quantity Produced Cars...507-512
  • Power Steering - A Survey of American Systems for Private Cars...513-520
  • A Magnesium Body - An Experiment with a Lightweight Material - Essex Aero...525-526
  • Fatigue of Metals - Orowan’s Theory and Its Practical Implications - Prof. J. A. Pope...529-531
  • Quality Control - Savings Effected by an American Company Through the Introduction of Statistical Methods - International Harvester Co...533-534
  • Vehicle Performance. By Dipl. Ing. Z. Arkus-Duntov - Method of Determining Drag. Engine Power Output and Transmission Behaviour under Operating Conditions...535-541
  • Bevel Gear Cutting - Two Maag Developments for Accurate Work - Maag Gear Wheel Co, Zurich...542
  • Glass Fibre in Plastics. By A. M. Dobson - Some Aspects of Its Use as a Reinforcing Material...543-544
  • Split Pin Synchronizers - New American Units for Heavy-duty Gearboxes - Clark Equipment Co, Buchanan, Michigan...545
  • Radiant Heat - Notes on an Efficient Method of Drying Paint - White's Motor Coach Division, Ohio...546
  • Current Patents - A Comprehensive Review of Recent Automobile Specifications...547-548

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