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Automobile Engineer: 1968/11

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November 1969. Front cover.
November 1969. Index to contents.

CONTENTS

  • 457. Editorial. Vehicle structural design
  • 458. London Motor Show. A review of the newly introduced models exhibited by the major British car manufacturers
  • 473. Research. Painstaking development backed by fundamental investigations and the employment of advanced scientific methods are the foundations on which the Associated Engineering Group base their success
  • 484. Control of air pollution by petrol injection and two-stage induction. To limit the amount of noxious gases in the exhaust without reducing the power output, Petrol Injection Ltd. combine a preheated induction system with the normal T-J equipment
  • 487. Complete air conditioning. A compact unit developed by Smiths Industries that combines a cooler and heater with one set of controls, yet occupies little more space than a heater alone
  • 489. Automotive Products Mark III Automatic Transmission. A new four-speed unit suitable for engines of up to 2,500 cm3 swept volume
  • 492. International forum. Reader’s views and contributions from their experience in respect of subjects of articles we have published recently - Walter R. Brandstetter, R. S. Sharp
  • 493. Productivity. By adopting a plant-wide bonus scheme Ratby Engineering Co. Ltd. have increased their productivity and established good industrial relationships, thus obviating stoppages of work
  • 494. New plant and tools. Recent developments in production equipment
  • 497. Components and products. Important new and improved features
  • 499. Materials and treatment. Opportunities for better product design
  • 501. Instruments for workshop and laboratory

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