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An overnight success after 85 years: Common-rail fuel injection was invented in 1913 by a British engineer called McKechnie Vickers. Now at last it is about to make the big time as highly fuel-efficient small DI diesels step into the limelight
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An overnight success after 85 years: Common-rail fuel injection was invented in 1913 by a British engineer called McKechnie Vickers. Now at last it is about to make the big time as highly fuel-efficient small DI diesels step into the limelight

Author: J Kendall
Publisher: [London]
Edition/Format: Article Article : English
Publication:The Transport engineer. no. DEC, Supp/1 (1998): 12
Database:ArticleFirst
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Document Type: Article
All Authors / Contributors: J Kendall
ISSN:0020-3122
BL Shelfmark:9025.590000
Language Note: English
Unique Identifier: 105849664
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