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ONE of the most puzzling problems of aviation at the present time is to come to any sort of conclusion as to the precise place in the future scheme of things of the type of gyroplane so aptly named Autogiro by its inventor.
THE Etablissements Lior et Olivier, whose plant is located at Argenteuil, near Paris, have completed tests on two new flying boats of interest. These are the LeO H 27 and the LeO H 242, both of which have the same aerodynamic characteristics and are derivations of the LeO H 24, built in 1929 as...
THE problem of driving the airscrews on models of large multiengined aeroplanes is complicated by the small size of the fuselages and engine nacelles on the model and the consequent severe restriction on the size of the driving mechanisms to avoid undue interference with the shapes of the...
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
Means for mounting two structural members on each other about intersecting axes about which said members are permitted independent angular adjustment comprises a locating member, bearings for each of said structural members carried by the locating member adapted to prevent axial movement of the...
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