THE FORTIETH L. RAY BUCKENDALE LECTURE Diesel Engine Design for the 1990s SP-1011 (940130) 940130
The L. Ray Buckendale Lectures, inaugurated in 1954, commemorate the contributions of the 1946 SAE President as developer of the latent abilities of young engineers and as an authority in the theory and practice of gearing, particularly as applied to automotive vehicles.
A cash award and certificate are provided for an annual lecture and monograph by a distinguished authority in the technical areas of commercial or military ground vehicles for either on- or off-road operation.
The Lectures are directed toward filling the needs of young engineers and students for up-to-date practical knowledge.
Sponsorship of the Lecture series is rotated among companies within the commercial vehicle industry. This Lecture has been made possible by funds provided by Dana Corporation. The Lecture series is administrated by SAE in accordance with a Plan for Administration approved by the SAE Board of Directors.
The L. Ray Buckendale Committee of SAE welcomes nominations for future Lectures and suggestions for subject matter related to the basic objective of the program. Nominations and suggestions may be addressed to: Secretary, L. Ray Buckendale Committee at SAE Headquarters.