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Automobile Engineer: 1965/01

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January 1965. Front cover.
January 1965. Index to contents.

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


  • 1. Editorial Paint—divergent views
  • 2. Austin 1800 Part II: Front and rear suspension; interconnected Hydrolastic springs; rack-and-pinion steering; Girling braking system
  • 10. Rebel at Cranfield. The Reliant Rebel as the subject of this year’s industrial project at the College of Aeronautics
  • 19. Unconventional engines. Some comments on thermal efficiencies, based on thermodynamic analyses of ideal cycles with and without compression phases D. Hodgetts
  • 22. Measurement of braking performance An examination of an instrument for the measurement of overall deceleration R. D. Lister and R. D. Sweetland
  • 32. New plant and tools. Recent interesting developments in production equipment
  • 35. Components and products
  • 37. Materials and treatment Latest opportunities for improvement of product design
  • 39. Instruments for workshop and laboratory
  • 41. Current patents. Selected abstracts of recently issued specifications

Editor: T. K. Garrett
Editorial staff: T. A. Atkinson, D. M. Peters
Consultant: Professor J. R. Ellis
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