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WE presume that everyone concerned with production in the aircraft industry or one of its ancillarieswhether as an aeroplane constructor, subcontractor or maker of parts or auxiliary equipmentis by now familiar with what has come to be known, colloquially, as Quality control. We publish in this...
ALTITUDE supercharging of aeroplane engines by means of turboblowers driven by exhaustgas turbines differs from ordinary charging of internal combustion engines because the process is much more accentuated. Whilst the output of stationary engines can be increased by 50 per cent, that of railcar...
IT is fairly well known that for any given wing arrangementmonoplane, biplane, monoplane with endplates corresponding with an increasingly popular type of tail unit, etc.there is a definite lift distribution associated with the minimum value of induced drag of which a particular span is capable....
THE fourengined bomber which was used to fly M. Molotov from Moscow to Britain U.S.A. and back, is an interesting type. The accompanying illustrations, the only ones yet available for publication, give a general impression of the aeroplane. The type is the obvious modern development of the early...
An enormous increase in air cargo in the near future has been predicted by various authorities and many surveys have been made to analyze the markets which should develop. But, so far as the authors are aware, little has been said about the actual engineering and mechanical problems involved in...
THE production and marketing of aerial communication and transportation is, as yet, a young industry. It has at its call the experiences of past years of similar and allied undertakings, which form a background or framework upon which to build its structure, but for the remainder there is,...
CONTROL of Quality during the manufacture and assembly of our modern, highperformance military aeroplanes is without question of paramount importance., Quality in itself is a rather intangible property that creates for a product, whether it be aeroplanes, radios or roller skates, its reputation....
Henry C. Hill, Montclair, Walter A. Wolf, Hackcnsack, and Allan Chilton, Ridgewood, N.J., assignors to Wright Aeronautical Corporation, a corporation of New York. Application August 28, 1940. Serial No. 354,562. 9 Claims. CI. 7455.
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