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Automobile Engineer: 1966/03

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March 1966. Front cover.
March 1966. Index to contents.

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


  • 81. Editorial. Engineering education
  • 82. Renault 16. A design appraisal of a French front-wheel-drive, medium-size car. Part three: the steering, rear suspension, braking system and body structure
  • 93. Aluminium engine materials' Properties of high-silicon aluminium alloys for automobile use A. Jones and A. P. Bates
  • 94. Metric units. Some thoughts on the use of the SI system of units in the U.K.
  • 96. Engineering courses, conferences and seminars
  • 97. Automotive Products four-speed automatic transmission Part one: details of the design of the torque converter and running gear
  • 102. Braking improvement. A study of the theoretical requirements for proportioning the braking effort between the front and rear wheels and a device for meeting these requirements Julian Parraga Garcia
  • 107. Books. Brief comments on recent publications relevant to automobile engineering
  • 108. Failure of components Statistical prediction techniques for analysis of failures in the field Leonard G. Johnson
  • 110. New plant and tools. Recent interesting developments in production equipment
  • 113. Components and products
  • 115. Materials and treatment Latest opportunities for improvement of design
  • 116. Publications and films
  • 117. Instruments for workshop and laboratory
  • 199. Current patents.

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