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Automobile Engineer: 1958/01

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January 1958. Front cover.
January 1958. Index to contents.

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


  • 1. Editorial - The Future Outlook
  • 2. Air Suspension on the Continent - Products of the component suppliers, and a discussion of some features of their design and application to commercial vehicles
  • 12. Engine Testing - Specially designed equipment for technical colleges and training establishments - Newage (Manchester)
  • 19. Engine Lubrication Tests on a compound based on molybdenum disulphide - Charham Products
  • 21. Safety Belts - Details of a device to minimize injury - Delaney Gallay
  • 32. Latham Supercharger - An axial flow unit designed for quantity production economically with conventional tools - Latham Manufacturing Co, West Palm Beach, Florida
  • 39. Foreign Publications - Brief reviews of current technical books
  • 41. Current Patents- A review of recent automobile specifications

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