Diesel Fuel Injection Systems: Papers Presented at a Seminar
Mechanical Engineering Publications, 1989 - Diesel fuels - 148 pages
The proceedings of a seminar organised by the Combustion Engines Group of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, held at the Institute of Mechanical Engineers in October 1989.
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