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THROUGH events over which it has no control, a great and farreaching change has come to the British aircraft industry in the short space of one month since we last addressed our readers.
THE outstanding property of the biplane to be described, as determined from model tests, is stability in roll up to angles of incidence in excess of 40 deg. Fig. 8. This is achieved without any additional mechanism or parts, simply by the form and disposition of the wings. Maximum lift is...
THE rules for the 1935 Deutsch de la Meurthe Cup Race remained almost identical with those of 1933 and 1934. Briefly, the contest was open to all types of land aerodynes the only limitation being that the total capacity of the engine or engines remained under 8 litres 48820 cu. in.. In other...
ALTHOUGH the British Industries Fair which opened on May 20 is essentially an exhibition of general engineering produce, there are a number of items of interest to the aircraft industry.
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
A flap or aileron capable of being moved rearwardly and tilted relatively to the fixed part of an aircraft wing, so as to form a nozzle gap between the fixed part and the aileron or flap, is supported by a sliding pivot or a system of pivoted links arranged so that the flap or aileron has a...
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