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Automobile Engineer: 1967/03

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March 1967. Front cover.
March 1967. Index to contents.

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


  • 81. Editorial Adequate lighting of drawing offices
  • 82. Hillman Hunter and Minx. A design analysis of the latest medium-size models produced by the Rootes Group
  • 89. Design data sheets. Torsional vibrations, with particular reference to engine crankshafts. Section eight: Crankshaft vibrations—amplitudes at resonant speeds - D. Hodgetts
  • 96. Zenith Duplex induction system. Atmospheric pollution control achieved by increasing combustion efficiency
  • 100. Vauxhall Viva. A design analysis of the 1,159 cm3 HB models. Part three: The body and electrical equipment
  • 105. Simpler epicyclic gears. Compactness and the equalizing of loads between planet gears are features of this new design - Compact Orbital Gears
  • 106. Fluids for hydraulic brakes. The maintenance of high boiling points throughout service life, though not easy to achieve, is one of the essentials for safety - Castrol
  • 112. Machining of stub axles. An interesting approach with the use of a copying lathe equipped with hydraulic drive - Maxnovo
  • 114. New plant and tools. Recent developments in production equipment
  • 117. Components and products. Important new and improved features
  • 119. Materials and treatment. Opportunities for better product design
  • 120. Publications and films
  • 121. Instruments for workshop and laboratory

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