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THIS issue may be said to have an unusually wide appeal in that it has an article of interest to almost everyone in the Industry. The subjects dealt with range from aerodynamics and structures, jet and piston engines, to production control in the factory and inspection and repair.
THIS short article is a further contribution to the scries which is being published in AIRCRAFT ENGINEERING to give a general picture of jet engine design as it is today.
THIS article deals with the cold starting and associated problems of reciprocating engines as distinct from jet engines. The associated problems are those which limit the satisfactory operation of the engine after the initial start, and are included because they form part of the functioning of...
THE earlier classical treatises on aerodynamics concerned themselves with the properties of incompressible fluids. The theory developed on this basis gave an excellent theoretical background to the aeronautical engineer and made possible a scientific approach to the problems of aircraft flight....
THIS article has been suggested by an actual problem in undercarriage work, and this problem is used as an illustration.
IF a beam is laterally resting on a continuous elastic foundation then it is usually assumed in the technical literature that the intensity of lateral pressure pu is proportional to the deflexion vu
THE solution of the differential equations for the varied cases of laterally loaded struts present arithmetical difficulties particularly as the number of the integration constants contained in a problem increase. The time taken to obtain an acceptable solution can be extremely long if the first...
THE case to be investigated is shown diagrammatically in fig. 8 a. In practice, it represents the top or bottom panels of a twospar skincovered wing, where the front and rear spars have different flange areas. Using the notation of FIG. 8, we take for our basic solution the expression wP sinh ks...
Under this heading are published regularly abstracts of all Reports and Memoranda of the Aeronautical Research Committee, Reports and Technical Notes of the United States National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics and publications of other similar Research Bodies as issued.
This report gives details, with photographs, of a night fighter version of the familiar Mel10. The subtype is interesting because of its radar equipment and the heavy armament viz. two MG151 20 mm. and two MK108 A3 30 mm. fixed front guns, two fixed upward firing MGFF 20 mm. guns and twin MG81...
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