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NOTHING at the Paris Aero Show contradicted the impression that had been gaining ground for some time that aeroplane design is almost at stagnation point. Practically no new aeroplanes were to be seen, even those that appeared to be so being really developments of experimental machines that had...
ALTHOUGH this year's show was not as brilliant or as representative as it might have been, there was still a great deal of interest and much worth noting.
WHEN designing an airscrew one has to choose from a family, tested in the wind tunnel, the right diameter and blade angle.
MOST of the structural analysis problems that have resulted from the use of thinwalled construction seem to fall into two general classes Stress distribution and buckling. Even these classes cannot be entirely separated, as the stress distribution can be greatly affected by buckling phenomena. A...
THE decision to con ne Imperial Airways and British Airways in a kind of public utility corporation is a curious instance of the adoption by a Government of a proposal made by the Opposition some time before and then rejected. When the Air Navigation Bill was under discussion in the House of...
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
PROBLEMS which confront Aviation today have changed so radically and to such a degree in the last few months that, in comparison with methods employed until recently, aeroplane production in practically all branches is undergoing fundamental changes.
An automatic sizing internal grinder is too well known to production engineers to need any introduction.
THE materials commonly employed in the fabrication of aircraft structures are confined for the main part to steels of low carbon content i.e., mild steel, manganese steels of a medium carbon and chromemolybdenum steels. The content of carbon steels that are weldable cannot be exactly laid down,...
IT has long been conceded that production and research should go hand in hand in the Aircraft Industry, but the precept has often differed lamentably from practice. However, most large firms have in recent years been gradually extending their ordinary works testing equipment, both mechanical and...
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