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Automobile Engineer: 1964/01

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January 1964. Front cover.
January 1964. Index to contents.

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


  • Editorial Why Not Ergonomics?
  • Rover 2000 Part 111: The front suspension, steering, braking system and details of the chassis-body structure 2
  • Books. Brief comments on recent publications relevant to automobile engineering 13
  • Sealed-for-life Ball Joints. Problems in the design of suspension and steering ball joints which, in service, require greasing either not at all or after extended intervals 14
  • Diesel Fuel Freezing. Causes of and means available for preventing a recurrence of difficulties experienced last winter by many diesel vehicle operators 18
  • Rotary Combustion Engines Part II: Vane type units, the pulsation engine, rotary engines and some of the developments on the lines of the Wankel design R. F. ANSDALE 20
  • Albion Transmission Production. Manufacture at the Scotstoun plant of Albion Motors Ltd, where extensive use is made of simple yet effective handling equipment 28
  • Current Patents. Selected abstracts of recently issued specifications 39

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