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IN this issue we return to the subject of tapered wings this time in a consideraton of their effect on longitudinal stability by MR. CROWE.
THE basic theory of stability has undergone no important modification since the publication of Professor G. H. Bryan's book on Stability in Aviation in 1911. The stability equations derived therein serve today with the difference that axes and symbols have now been standardised and with the...
IN the same week, American technicians enjoyed the dual privilege of visiting the first Aviation Show to be held in New York City since 1929 or 1930, and of attending the Annual Meeting of the Institute of the Aeronautical Sciencies.
THE following notes are being written solely for the benefit of ground engineers who are endeavouring to acquire the necessary knowledge to obtain a D licence. A licence in Category D demands a knowledge of the heat treatment of steels. Practical experience is, of course, quite as essential in...
THE selection of a milling machine for production milling is governed mainly by the class of work to be done, and the quantities which can be put in hand at one time.
Instances have occurred of transverse fatigue failure of the blade sheet of FaireyReed metal airscrews, the fractures commencing at the holes for the hub bolts or the bolts securing the hub blocks, and extending towards the leading and trailing edges.
THE following list of contracts placed by the Air Ministry during December, 1936, is extracted from the January issue of The Ministry of Labour Gazette
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 radial, air cooled, aircraft engine, said engine including cylinders having parts carried by and extending beyond the heads thereof, and having cooling fins, a cowl of substantially streamline external configuration around said engine, including said head carried parts, and preventing radial...
A biplane comprises upper and lower wings of substantially the same span and so arranged that the gap decreases to a relatively small value from the plane of symmetry toward the wing tips and that the trailing edge of the upper wing at its tip, viewed in plan, is located adjacent to the leading...
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