Miniature Internal Combustion Engines
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Model engineers have been making models of internal combustion engines since the invention of the real thing, but it has always been surrounded by a mystique, and a perceived difficulty that has put many people off.
This book sets out to show that any competent model engineer can make a working model petrol engine, and that there is nothing more difficult than would be encountered in the construction of an average steam engine.
The author, well known from his contributions to Model Engineer magazine under the pen name 'Nemett', has put together a comprehensive guide to building model internal combustion engines that will be welcomed by beginners and experienced model engineers alike.