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FEW endowments in connection with engineering can have justified themselves more fully than the fund raised by the Royal Aeronautical Society to commemorate the immortal memory of Wilbur Wright. The proceeds are devoted annually to providing a fee for a lecture associated with his name, which is...
IT has been the practice at the official Air Ministry Testing Establishments at Martlesham and Felixstowe to issue with each complete performance report an analytical picture of the performance. This picture is commonly called Figure 4 because it appeared as Fig. 4 of R. & M. 1140. It is...
A JIG is a device used to ensure that all the members of a batch of articles are alike. In its simplest form, it is known as a template which, however, only ensures uniformity so long as each article is accurately made to the shape of the template, the accuracy depending to a considerable extent...
CONSIDERABLE attention has been paid by writers to the subject of engine torque and the corresponding torque reaction to the engine mounting. Most of the large amount of literature bearing on this subject has been confined to a consideration of the amplitude of torque fluctuations in various...
TWO new motordriven capstan lathes have recently been constructed by Alfred Herbert Ltd., of Coventry.
IT is twenty years ago almost to the clay since the world was saddened by the news of the death of one of its heroesWilbur Wright. The inspiring story of the successful attack made by the two brothers, Wilbur and Orville, on the agelong problem of human flight is too well known to be told at...
THE following note has been received from Boulton and Paul, Limited.
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
The wing spar described in the parent specification is modified by arranging the corrugated booms with their edge parts directed inwardly and forming them with Hat sides A6, B6 to scat the stiffeners C, D and bracing members I, J, which are arranged outside the booms and formed as channelsection...
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