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The annual dinner of the Institute of Petroleum was held at Grosvenor House, on February 20th, when the principal guest was Sir John Maud, G.C.B., C.B.E., Secretary to the Ministry of Power. The distinguished gathering of over 1,300 members and guests included General Sir Neville Brownjohn,...
This series is divided into three articles. Part Two will deal with Oil Coolers in General and Part Three covers Aircraft Oil Coolers.
One of the charges often made against wet liners is the difficulty of ensuring a perfect seal between liner and cylinder block. It is vital that sealing rings should effectively prevent leakage of coolant into the crankcase, prevent lubricating oil entering the coolant circuit and avoid...
Part One covering an Introduction to this Series, Standardising Bodies, SAE Classifications, etc., appeared in our June issue. Part Two covering Gear Oils and Turbine Oils appeared in July Part Three, covering the Specifications issued by British Railways, in August Part Four, covering Crankcase...
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