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Motor Vehicles and their Engines

Nature volume 150, page 74 (18 July 1942) | Download Citation



FOR the student who is interested in learning to do practical repair work on motor-vehicles, the first consideration is that he should obtain a comprehensive knowledge of the construction of the vehicle and its engine and equipment, and also of the principles which have governed its design. Formulae and calculations are of secondary importance, as the repairer's work is the readjustment or renewal of parts which have gone out of order in service.

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