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Automobile Engineer: 1965/12

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December 1965. Front cover.
December 1965. Index to contents.

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


  • 513. Editorial. Machine tools — a great opportunity
  • 514. Renault 16. A design appraisal of a French front-wheel-drive medium-size car. Part one: the 1,470 cm3 engine
  • 521. Fiat current-generation system. A description of the system for cars and commercial vehicles that incorporates a self-rectifying alternator
  • 527. Gearbox design loads Accurate assessment of the torque transmitted through the automobile gearbox T. L. Sokolowski
  • 534. Engineering courses, conferences and seminars
  • 535. Elliptical pistons. Means of obtaining significant reductions in overall length of an engine
  • 542. Books. Brief comments on recent publications relevant to automobile engineering
  • 544. New plant and tools. Recent interesting developments in production equipment
  • 546. Publications and films
  • 547. Components and products
  • 549. Materials and treatment. Latest opportunities for improvement of design
  • 551. Instruments for workshop and laboratory

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