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A SUBSTANTIAL proportion of the expenditure involved in running a motor vehicle is attributable to the cost of the fuel which it uses. So far as Great Britain is concerned the great bulk of this fuel has to be imported. Moreover, due mainly to the imposition of further taxation, its cost to the...
The advantages of using detergent additives in highly stressed internal combustion engines are now taken for granted, but there is still room for improved additives. It is not yet possible to extend the periods between oil changes merely by changing to a Heavy Duty Oil, because the additive...
The results of shop investigations on the development and use of improved methods of applying cutting fluids were given in a paper by R. B. Miebusch and E. H. Strieder, of the Cincinnati Milling Machine Co., presented to The American Society of Mechanical Engineers at New York at the end of last...
The first article of this series referred to the problems and difficulties peculiar to aircraft lubrication because of the wide temperature range to which aircraft lubricants are subjected. An engine lubricant works only for a very short time at subzero temperatures, and spends most of its...
The importance of runningin motor vehicles correctly is appreciated by every user of private as well as commercial types. The ultimate length of trouble free life may well depend upon the handling of the engine during the early runningin stages. All readers will realise the reasons for this and...
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