Excerpt from Aeronautical Engines Diagram to illuatrate Horizontal Motion through the Air; Diagram of Wind Velocities; Diagram to illustrate Effect of Wind Pressure; Diagram of Forces, resulting from Wind Pressure; Rotary Engine; Air-cooled Vee Engine; Semi air-cooled Vee Engine; Radial Engine, Air-cooled; Vertical Engine (Overhead Camshaft); Vertical Engine (Long Tappet Rods); Radial Engine (Water-cooled); Water-cooled Vee Engine; Water-cooled Vee Engine (L-headed Cylinders); Water-cooled Vee Engine; Suction Stroke; Compression Stroke; Explosion Stroke; Exhaust Stroke; Diagram of Valve Setting and Ignition Timing; Diagrammatic Sketch showing Arrangement of Pistons and Cranks in a Four-cylinder-in-line Engine; Diagram of Crankshaft of Six-cylinder Engine; Arrangement of Six Cylinders about a Fixed Crankshaft; Arrangement of Seven Cylinders about a Fixed Crankshaft; Arrangement of Six Cylinders in Two Groups of Three Cranks at 180; Diagram to illustrate Simple Harmonic Motion; Diagram of Inertia Forces acting on the Piston of Air Engine; Arrangement of Piston and Rod to give Simple Harmonic Motion; Arrangement of Six-crank Engine; Diagram of Inertia Forces of Six-cylinder Vertical Engine with Cranks at 120 (Plate 27); Arrangement of Eight-cylinder Vee Engine; Diagram of Inertia Forces of Eight-cylinder Vee Engine, with Cranks at 180 (Plate 28); Diagram of Primary Inertia Forces of Seven-cylinder Salmson Engine (Plate 29); Diagram of Primary and Secondary Inertia Forces of Seven-cylinder Salmson Engine (Plate 30); Diagram of Inertia Forces of Ten-cylinder Ansani Engine (Plate 31); Outline of Mechanism of Nine-cylinder Gnome Engine; Sectional Drawing of Carburettor of the Jet Type; Claudel-Hobson Carburettor as arranged for Aviation Work (Plate 1); Claudel-Hobson Petrol Jet; Sectional Drawing of Zenith Carburettor (Plate 2);Arrangement of Zenith Carburettors for Aviation Work (Plate 3); Zenith Carburettor fitted to a Vee Engine (Plate 4); Arrangement of Jets in the Zenith Carburettor; Outside view of a High-tension Magneto; End View of a High-tension Magneto showing High Tension Distributor and Low-tension Contact Breaker About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works."
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