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IT is a matter for congratulation that we are able to publish this month the fully illustrated article, describing the production of a prominent type of modern aeroengine, written by Captain J. C. Briggs. We are sure that our readers will join us in warmly thanking ArmstrongSiddeley Motors...
READERS of AIRCRAFT ENGINEERING will be familiar with the fact that at the instigation of the British Aeronautical Research Committee, certain models constructed at the National Physical Laboratory have been subjected to international tests in wind tunnels in various countries throughout the...
FIRST Langley and then Maxim in 1895 produced a steam plant designed for aircraft, but no practical success attended these early efforts.
IN the later stages of the War, aerial maouvres at high altitude became increasingly frequent for welldefined reasons, and, since the War, the tendency has been to provide certain types of aircraft capable of a rapid climb to heights in excess of 25,000 ft. Much work on highaltitude flying has...
IN view of the exceptional dimensions of the structure shown in Figs. 1 and 4, which will be described in this paper, the author thought that it might be of interest to the members of the Institution to have a short account of the difficulties which we experienced in meeting the requirements of...
THE F.XII is the outcome of the demand for a threeengined aeroplane ranging in size between the threeengined F.VIIb3m. and the F. IX.
THE Continental Aircraft Engine Company of Detroit, U.S.A., show their confidence in the future of a really light aeroplane in announcing a new engine of low power. The A.40 engine is a 4cylinder, Lhead, design of the horizontallyopposed aircooled type. It has a 3in. bore and 3in. stroke, with a...
BESIDES testing and the investigations resulting directly therefrom, the chief work of the D.V.L. is technical development.
Under this heading are published regularly abstracts of all Reports and Memoranda of the Aeronautical Research Committee, Reports and Technical Notes of the U.S. National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, and publications of other similar research bodies as issued
Double Seal Piston Rings Harry Lancaster & Co., Ltd., of Devon House, Great Portland Street, London, W.1, are introducing their Double Seal piston ringswhich are already widely used in marine Diesel, and gas enginesin sizes suitable for aeroengines.
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