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THE discerning reader will observe a change in the makeup of this month's issue, the principal item in which is the disappearance of the separate Production and Maintenance Section. It may be recalled that this feature was originally introduced in AIRCRAFT ENGINEERINGunder the title Workshop and...
THE simplified method of stressing which follows is an extension of one first developed as a means of attacking the shearlag problem for a shipbeam Trans. N.E. Coast Inst, of Engrs., 19245. It is now extended to cover also axial stresses due to torsion and departure from the Batho torsion shear,...
THE application of this recording instrument is in fact of very wide range. On flight tests the most varied range phenomena may be simultaneously subjected to research and it is also possible to use the instrument for the investigation of such phenomena as do not belong to the actual sphere of...
A General Statement of the Nature and Magnitude During the Course of, and Immediately after Recovery from, a True Banked Horizontal Turn and the Influence of Residual Compass Error on the A.P.I.
THE rapid progress made in aircraft design during the past few years is demanding a more modern way of obtaining the lines of an aircraft than the older methods of lofting as borrowed from the shipbuilding industry. With the current demand for reduced drag a more exact method of defining the...
IN order that a flight engineer can give maximum help in maintaining safety when in the air, it is desirable that he should have full data as to the conditions in every cylinder of every engine in his charge.
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.
Designed and produced by Air Industrial Developments after many years of research in collaboration with the paintchemist and the user, the new TwoGun Hot Spray Unit fulfils the specific requirements of each. It is a complete selfcontained unit, compact, simple to operate and economical to run.
FIG. 67 The bywork for fixing the cores a and b is complicated owing to the undercutting u and the projection p. The joint securing of both cores is difficult. The cores or the mould are easily damaged. The necessary patchwork means additional expense.
The Seventh International Congress of Applied Mechanics will be held at the Imperial College of Science and Technology, South Kensington, London, England, on September 511, 1948.
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