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  • Christina 16-ton four-wheeler with a Perkins 6.354 diesel engine
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  • ...(propane and butane), motor gasolines, kerosines, tractor vaporizing oil, Diesel oils, fuel oils, and sulphur. Petroleum-chemicals feedstocks are also produ ...een replaced by 10-ton Diesel-electric cranes and the steam locomotives by Diesel shunting engines.
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  • ...speed Diesels, and mechanical transmissions; author of " Modern High-Speed Diesel Engines " and various papers; married; one son and one daughter. Clubs: R.A ...15. London. Educ: Berkhamsted; A.E.T.C., Chelsea. Served apprenticeship in Electronics research, 1933-35; Royal Air Force commission (night-bomber Captain), 1935-
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  • ...de an attempt on the Land's End John o' Groats record in a 2-seater 8 h.p. Argyle car; in this year also designed and patented an engine and gearbox unit; be ...ingham; has been responsible for developing specialized test equipment for diesel engines, fuel pumps and injectors and holds over 70 world patents. Add: Les
    113 KB (16,164 words) - 14:34, 5 December 2018