Design of Racing and High-Performance Engines 1998-2003
The 52 technical papers in this book show the improvements and design techniques that researchers have applied to performance and racing engines. They provide an insight into what the engineers consider to be the top improvements needed to advance engine technology; and cover subjects such as:
Valve spring advancements
Variable valve control
New racing engines
Design of Racing and High-Performance Engines is an update to an earlier version edited by Joseph Harralson (Design of Racing and High-Performance Engines, 1995, PT-53, published by SAE), and picks up where Harralson's book leaves off, examining the progression of technology in racing and high performance engines from 1998 through early 2003.
Author: Daniel J. Holt
Publisher: SAE International
Specs: Published by SAE International with a Product Code of PT-100, ISBN of 978-0-7680-1298-9, and 300 pages in a softbound binding.
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