ACTUALLY more by accident than design, this issue is predominantly one of our aeroengine. We had arranged to publish another of the series of articles dealing with machining operations in various aeroengine factories, in this instance describing production at the magnificently equipped works of the Bristol Company at Filton. We also had available particulars of two interesting French engines. As it chanced, details of two types of British engine happened to be released for publication at the same time, so that this issue is of particular interest in regard to power plants.
Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology – Emerald Publishing
Published: Feb 1, 1934
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