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THE principal feature of this issue is the customary survey by our Technical Editor of the eighteenth biennial Paris Aero Salonthe second since the War. There is no doubt whatever in our minds that French enterprise in reviving these historic exhibitions not confined to national products but...
THE immediate impression of this year's Salon was that of a return to reality. Instead of the customary collection of fanciful mockups posed precariously in artistic diving or climbing angles, the aircraft on show with one exception had all flown and, as if to emphasize this by contradiction,...
THE paper reviews the problem of the influence of the walls of a closed tunnel in increasing the velocity in the neighbourhood of a model under test. It is shown that, for a perfect fluid, considerations of continuity suffice to establish an exact value of the mean interference velocity for any...
FOR some years there has been proceeding, under the auspices of the National Research Council of Canada, an investigation of the control and stability characteristics of tailless aircraft. Because of the difficulties inherent in other methods of investigation, the work is being done in flight,...
A STRUCTURE is, or at least should be, the result of purposive design. It is therefore rational and the principles of its functioning should be apparent after a little study. Its purpose is to carry certain types of load and its appreciation consists in unravelling all the various ways in which...
TIME spent and expense incurred in making jigs, fixtures and some other production tools have been reduced substantially during a tooling simplification programme conducted for more than five years by the Republic Aviation Corporation, of Farmingdale, NY, USA.
THIS is the type of panel which has received most attention from investigators and the critical load for local wrinkling of a single skin of thickness t is most simply expressed as
The following review of this important publication has been prepared, at the Editor's request, by the French Arsenal de l'Aronautique.
Under this heading are published regularly abstracts of all Reports and Memoranda of the Aeronautical Research Council, Reports and Technical Notes of the United States National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics and publications of other similar Research Bodies as issued
In FIG. 1 arc illustrated certain headed parts which are required in very large quantities ground on the shank to an accurate diameter. The closeness of the limits on such work as valve stems needs no emphasizing, and the limits on the journals of the geared wheel assembly shown are equally...
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