New Edition Of 'Research Manufacturing, Engineering' Now Available From M.A.N.

M.A.N. Maschinenfabrick Augsburg- Nurnberg Aktiengesellschaft of West Germany recently brought out Number 16 of the annual publication "Research, Engineering, Manufacturing," which is printed each year to coincide with the Hanover Fair. This issue contains readily understandable articles by authors from the company and its subsidiaries on the latest developments in the M.A.N, divisions, and includes items on the following topics.

—Maximizing economy through advanced technologies—exemplified by M.A.N.-B&W four-stroke diesel engines.

—Fettling with the aid of numerically and sensorially controlled machines.

—Optimizing the drive system on commercial vehicles with the aid of a dynamic development test rig.

—The use of pre- and postprocessors in FEM computation.

— L220 s t r u c t u r a l tank — M.A.N, develops assemblies for Ariane 4 with the aid of advanced manufacturing technologies.

—Assembly—welded crankshafts for large-bore two-stroke marine diesel engines.

—A new M.A.N, grabbing ship unloader for cost-effective handling of coal.

—Solar and wind energy systems for isolated areas.

—New EMU trains for the Athens- Piraeus line.

—Pipeline compressors for gas handling applications.

The 68-page, four-color brochure is available in English, French, German and Spanish. It is elaborately presented and profusely illustrated with photos, cutaway drawings, graphs, charts, etc., illustrating the various articles it contains.

For a free copy of the publication from M.A.N., Circle 77 on Reader Service Card

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