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OUR visit to Fulmer led through the leafy lanes of Buckinghamshire and, although we were no more than twenty miles from London, we were in the heart of the English countryside. As we wound our way through the rhododendronlined drive and came upon Fulmer Hall, gleaming white in the sunshine and...
The rapid assessment of rale of wear of engine parts by radioactive methods is proving of great value in connection with the testing of lubricating oils. The two papers below were presented at the recent Summer Meeting of the Society of Automotive Engineers at Atlantic City, New Jersey, and show...
Parts 1 and 2 in this series appeared in our April and May issues respectively, and dealt with general composition and properties of these oils, fats and waxes. The next and final part will cover testing.
In view of the efforts in marry quarters to run motor vehicles on SAE 5 oils, some results obtained by The Atlantic Refining Co. of Philadelphia, and given in a paper by H. R. Jackson at the SAE Summer Meeting recently, are of interest.
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