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AT the end of the summer flying season last year, in the issue of AIRCRAFT ENGINEERING for October, 1935, we raised in a leading article the matter of the suffering caused to those on the ground through the noise of the passage overhead of aeroplanes flying at low altitudes.
IN all cases, the estimation of airscrewengine performance must start with a clear specification of the primary condition for which the airscrew is to be designed. In the majority of cases up to date this primary design condition has been that the airscrew is to absorb the maximum b.h.p. of the...
THE Schwarz variablepitch airscrew hub is an automatic mechanism giving fixed positions to the blades at present there are two positions only, corresponding with the requirements respectively for takeoff and climb, and for normal flight. In either position the airscrew is stable, while the...
THE progress in the practice of aeroengine carburation up to the year 1914, and the improvement in performance which resulted have been briefly traced in the April issue. The Great War 19141918 created an unprecedented demand for aircraft for the special purposes of warfare, and it will be...
THE Latcore 582 longrange naval reconnaissance flying boat was recently constructed at Toulouse by the Socit Industrielle d'Aviation Latcore and tested on the Lac de Bicarosse, this firm's seaplane base.
THE new Dewoitine threeengined transport machine, known as the D620, is one of several new monoplanes for commercial service which were built as part of the 1935 constructional programme in France.
Two of the Types recently Adopted by the Royal Air Force and the Royal Navy
THE Forst vertical hydraulic broaching machine is particularly well adapted for the manufacture of components which, in the subsequent operations, are located from the hole and are of such size and weight as to allow their being slipped over the broach and run down a chute into a receptacle when...
THE following list of contracts placed by the Air Ministry during March is extracted from the April issue of The Ministry of Labour Gazette
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