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Drawings of some of the Constructional Features of the Flying Boat Described on the Opposite Page
THE Air Ministry have relaxed the British regulations covering the conditions of permissable flying of private aeroplanes so far as the Mignet PoudeCiel and the B.A.C. Drone are concerned. Both these machines are of the very small, lowpowered singleseater type.
THE development of modern aeroplanes designed for high speeds, with their thin, almost symmetrical wing sections, has led inevitably to high landing speeds and small gliding angles with the normal wing arrangement.
THE distribution of pressure over an aerofoil is often required for rib tests and for obtaining the loadings for flaps and ailerons. The experimental data on the subject is scanty and for some of the newer sections no tests have as yet been published. A method of obtaining the pressure...
THE Detroit Show had been announced as an AllAmerican Aircraft Show, but it was far from being representative of the industry, as such leading companies as Douglas, CurtissWright, Sperry, Consolidated, etc., had no factory exhibits. No definitely new aeroplanes or engines were presented to the...
THOUGH rockets have aroused a good deal of public interest during the last few years and a great number of very interesting books and articles have been published about the theoretical side of this new science, little is generally known about the experimental progress that has been made,...
The first two volumes of this series on Aerodynamic Theory reviewed in AIRCRAFT ENGINEERING, Vol. VI, Sept. 1934, p. 249, and Vol. VII, April 1935, p. 99 respectively deal largely with fundamental mathematical theorems and methods applicable to a perfect fluid. The greater part of Vol. III is...
Orders Placed with the Industry during the Months of May and June.
The Notices to Aircraft Owners and Ground Engineers issued during the years 192034 and remaining in force on 17th April, 1935, have been reprinted in booklet form, with all amendments promulgated prior to 31st December, 1934, together with additional amendments in certain cases, incorporated in...
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
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