Engineer to Win

Engineer to Win

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Introduction to metallurgy -- Plastic and elastic deformation of metals -- Iron and steel making -- Alloying and heat treatment of steels -- Historic overview of man's production of iron and steel -- Non-ferrous metals and their metallurgy-composite materials -- Metal fatigue: or why things break -- Threaded fasteners: an educated re-look -- The joining of materials: riveting, bonding a welding -- Plumbing revisited -- Braking system -- Pre- and postnatal care for the racing wheel and tire -- Springs and shock absorbers -- Load transfer and suspension geometry -- Gearbox and final drive -- Changes in the world of vehicle dynamics -- Tools a tips -- Beancounting for the non-beancounter -- Bits a pieces -- Corporations that the racer should know aboutand the units that I know of that have been tested, while they have performed well , have failed early. ... The final-drive lubricating oil of any racing car that puts out much over 250 bhp is going to require a cooler. ... CLUTCH. In the days of my youth the racing clutch was a source of constant worry. If the damned thing got me off the line I usually said a quick prayer of thanks and then refused to touchanbsp;...

Title:Engineer to Win
Author: Carroll Smith
Publisher:Motorbooks International - 1984

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