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WE are sure our readers will join us in thanking Herr Dornier for freely placing at our disposal for their benefit a lecture recently delivered by him in Munich. This forms the corollary to the slightly condensed translation of a previous lecture of his, describing the Do.X., published in the...
THE Do.X 1 was launched on July 12, 1929, hence we can now look back on the experience collected in the operation of this new aircraft over two and a half years. This experience has been gained with three different types the original type aircraft, or Do X.1 Fig. 1, with aircooled engines the...
HAVING completed the erection of all the frames, we can now turn our attention to the assembly and fitting of side keelsons and stringers. Side keelsons are usually fitted intercostallythat is, between framesalthough a few boats have them fitted longitudinally. In my opinion, when intercostally...
WHEN they decided to modernise their fleet of aeroplanes, the directors of Imperial Airways, Ltd decided on a bold policy of placing orders with two firms to build a series of machines each to their specification without waiting for trials with the first of each type before ordering subsequent...
IT has long been a subject of comment at Martlesham Heath that practically all the aircraft put through performance trials there take approximately the same time to reach the service ceilingabout 40 minutes.
Having taken up our position on the above definition of this fundamental point, which closes the longstanding discussion between upholders of the airscrew and those of the reaction system just as in earlier days the distinction between impulse and work closed the classic discussion between the...
D NAPIER AND SOX, LTD., have recently for the first time entered the lightaircraft engine fieldor perhaps it would be more accurate to say have decided to cater for the private aeroplane owner who desires accommodation in a comfortable cabin for himself and and three passengers. The firm's...
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
364,065. Cooling Cylinders.. Fedden. A. H. R. and Bristol Aeroplane Co., Ltd., Filton House, Bristol. Sept. 30, 1930, No. 29337. Class 7 ii.
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