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The international situation again calls for increased production from our factories. Whilst still producing as much as possible for export, as many factories as possible must be turned over once again to a wartime rate of production in pursuance of our defence programme. It is again going to be...
The comparative performance of plain journal bearings having various arrangements of oil holes and grooves, operating in a fourbearing friction machine with forcedfeed lubrication, was determined1 by S. A. McKee and H. S. White of the National Bureau of Standards U.S.A.. This investigation, part...
The design and construction of a successful modern aircraft makes the highest demands on engineering techniques, demands which are not equaled in any other field. An aircraft flies only because it is refined in design and manufactured to the limit of its builder's knowledge and its usefulness as...
SOME interesting facts came to light concerning the optimum Viscosity Index of oils used for railroad diesel engines in the U.S.A. in a paper given by R. McBrian and L. C. Atchison, of the Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad Co., and read at an SAE National Diesel Engine Meeting at St. Louis.
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