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A VERY large proportion of our space this month is taken up by one feature, the great importance and interest of which warrants our taking this unusual course, which has necessitated holding over a number of articles of a more scientific and less immediately practical nature which are awaiting...
PART III.Taper Beams with uniform thin webs and concentrated booms of constant crosssectional area. This type of girder is shown in Fig. 1.
IT is well known that the problem of finding the stresses in cylinders under torque is amenable to analytical solution in only a few simple cases. For cylinders that are not included in the latter category various approximate methods are available, and of these one of the most convenient as well...
APPLICATI0NS for the supply of copies of translations mentioned below should be addressed to the UnderSecretary of Stale, Air Ministry R.T.P., Kingsway, W.C.2, and will be supplied free of charge as far as availability of stocks permit.
IT is a curious fact that, except for a few comparatively isolated instances, the amphibian aeroplane has been singularly neglected. Although in the early days of aviation its worth was realised the complication of a retractable undercarriage stilted the development of the type. However, it is...
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
THE problem of oxidation is one that is an everpresent source of trouble to the welder. It is particularly the case in aircraft construction, where lightgauge metals are most frequently employed. There is also the complementary, though less obstinate, problem of carburization. Elimination of...
IT is indeed an honour to appear before you to address you on the subject American Methods of Aircraft Production. We in America have long held the Royal Aeronautical Society in high regard, amply justified by the excellence of its published papers and the example it has set in organisation and...
THE following list of contracts placed by the Air Ministry during October is extracted from the November issue of The Ministry of Labour Gazette
To produce equal firing intervals in a fourstroke engine comprising x rows of y radiallyarranged cylinders, the crank shaft has y throws which are not symmetrically arranged, but are angularly spaced or a multiple thereof, excepting or a multiple thereof, y being an odd number, and x and y being...
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