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Published August 23, 1993
"The intercooler removes heat from the turbocharged air-intake manifold, thereby increasing air density. As the air intake increases in efficiency, the gas temperature in the combustion chamber falls, suppressing the occurrence of knocking, and increasing engine output."
Mother reading bedtime story to young daughter.
Tom Cheney was born in Norfolk, Virginia, grew up in northern New York, and now lives in Hawaii. He has been contributing cartoons to The New Yorker since 1978 and, in 1985, received the Scripps-Howard Outstanding Cartoonist Award for his work in magazine cartooning. Cheney's wry drawings often focus on workplace tedium and life's minor daily struggles.