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Automobile Engineer: 1964/09

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September 1964. Front cover.
September 1964. Index to contents.

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


  • Editorial. The status of the engineer 379
  • Telelube HD Lubrication. An air-actuated system that serves up to 150 lubrication points 385
  • Rotary Piston Engine Comparison between power output relative to displacement volume of reciprocating-piston engines and trochoidal rotary-piston engines. Performance Criteria. F. WANKEL 386
  • Computer Analysis. Unusual application of a digital computer programme of Leaf Springs written for the analysis of structural frameworks R. J. ALLWOOD 393
  • Books. Brief comments on recent publications relevant to automobile engineering 395
  • Manifold Pressures. An examination of their effects on mean effective pressure, volumetric efficiency and exhaust temperature of a four-cycle automobile engine S. E. BONAMY 397
  • The Analac. General-purpose A machine suited to the rapid solution of
  • Analogue Computer. Mathematical problems in automobile engineering 403
  • Adjusting Toe-in. Sperry equipment installed on Vauxhall production line 406
  • Crankshaft Reclamation. Shielded-arc welding process for building up crankpins, journals and thrust-faces 408
  • New Plant and Tools Recent interesting developments in production equipment 412
  • Components and Products 415
  • Materials and Treatments. New opportunities for designers to improve their products 416
  • Instruments for Workshop and Laboratory 417
  • Current Patents Selected. Abstracts of recently issued specifications 419

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