In Engine Post-Mortem, Brian has sought to share this experience and knowledge in an easy-to-understand format. After distinguishing between failures and defects, he explains how, and what, evidence should be gathered, not only to determine the cause, but to substantiate any claims that may be made.
From there, he begins to explain how to analyse failures, with chapters on each of the engine's major components, including pistons, rings, cylinders, valves, bearings, crankshaft and gaskets.
Numerous illustrations complement the text, helping you to know what to look for when seeking the cause of an unexplained failure.
With Brian's experience and background, and the easy-to-follow style in which he imparts his knowledge, the book Engine Post-Mortem will be of immense use for as long as engines are around. Every workshop will need a copy of this valuable publication.