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Automobile Engineer: 1965/07

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July 1965. Front cover.
July 1965. Index to contents.

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


  • 301. Editorial. Commercial vehicle evolution
  • 302. A.E.C. Swift Part one: A rear engine chassis with a low frame, for single deck buses and coaches
  • 311. Engineering courses, conferences and seminars
  • 312. Hydrocarbon detector. Rapid-response instrument for monitoring the hydrocarbon emissions in engine exhaust gases I. C. H. Robinson
  • 314. Ford D series trucks. Some aspects of the design of the chassis and tilt-cab of the new range of commercial vehicles
  • 320. Berliet Stradair. A 5 ton truck incorporating many design refinements unusual for this type of vehicle
  • 324. JeWeLform press S. Russell and Sons. New version of a machine equipped for the casting of low melting-point dies
  • 326. Coventry Climax crankshaft. An interference fit between the two pieces of the shaft and the coupling is obtained by the SKF oil-injection method
  • 327. Perkins No. 2 Factory. A new plant for the manufacture of diesel engines
  • 333. Books. Comments on recent publications relevant to automobile engineering
  • 334. New plant and tools. Recent interesting developments in production equipment
  • 337. Components and products
  • 338. Publications and films
  • 339. Materials and treatment. Latest opportunities for improvement of product design
  • 341. Instruments for workshop and laboratory

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