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Automobile Engineer: 1966/02

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February 1966. Front cover.
February 1966. Index to contents.

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


  • 41. Editorial. Plastics and the future
  • 42. Renault 16. A design appraisal of a French front-wheel-drive, medium size car. Part two: the clutch, gearbox, final drive and front suspension
  • 49. Neidhart springs Recent applications in suspension and power transmission
  • 52. Self-locking nuts. Some comments on the design and uses of Cleveloc nuts with a prefabricated finish K. E. Amos
  • 54. Fuel cells. A survey of the prospects of their employment in electric vehicles
  • 59. Books. Brief comments on recent publications relevant to automobile engineering
  • 60. Vibration testing. Some very low frequency equipment for development testing and research Fairey Surveys
  • 62. Automatic machining. The manufacture of ball-joint heads and of the components for car steering gears by Fiat in their Turin factory Leo Walter
  • 64. Engineering courses, conferences and seminars
  • 65. Crankshaft balancing. Survey of the requirements for and methods used in production. C. F. Bateman
  • 70. New plant and tools. Recent interesting developments in production equipment
  • 73. Components and products
  • 75. Materials and treatment. Latest opportunities for improvement of design
  • 76. Publications and films
  • 77. Instruments for workshop and laboratory
  • 79. Current patents.

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