Gas, Gasoline and Oil-engines: A Complete, Practical Work Defining Clearly the Elements of Internal Combustion Engineering. Treating Exhaustively on the Design, Construction and Practical Application of All Forms of Gas, Gasoline, Kerosene and Crude Petroleum-oil Engines. Describes Minutely All Auxiliary Systems, Such as Lubrication, Carburetion and Ignition. Considers the Theory and Management of All Forms of Explosive Motors for Stationary and Marine Work, Automobiles, Aeroplanes and Motorcycles; Includes Also Producer Gas and Its Production
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Gas, Gasoline and Oil Vapor Engines: Their Design, Construction, and ...
Gardner Dexter Hiscox
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Introduction Historical Types of Engines Operating Principles
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