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THROUGHOUT the twenty years' career of Aircraft Engineering, we have consistently tried to be of assistance to the stressman by publishing articles on his craft. This has been particularly the case since the advent of stressedskin construction with its introduction of so many problems hitherto...
THE problem of silencing test houses for turbojet engines is, acoustically, analogous to that for test beds for piston engines1 and 2 but is more complicated owing to the working conditions of turbojet engines.
A LOWPOWER gasturbine engine developed by the Boeing Airplane Company and the reasons for its evolution were described by S. D. Hage, chief of the company's propulsion development unit, at the annual meeting of the Society of Automotive Engineers in Detroit last January. When the U.S. Air Forces...
IN the years preceding the last World War, before it was concerned with the problem of the gas turbine, the Socit Rateau dealt, with some success, with the very important problem of blower equipment for marine boilers. This is a problem having marked analogies with that of the supercharging of...
AIRCRAFT wings, tail planes, fuselages and control surfaces have to satisfy certain mandatory requirements of stiffness. These requirements arc designed to ensure the absence of aeroelastic troubles. They all take the form of a minimum specified limit to a stiffness, calculated or measured under...
IN what follows n2 equations have been obtained, valid for all kind of beams having n rigid level supports, and which are either
The Gemini is a fourseater wooden aeroplane designed for service on personal, club or taxi duties. Dual controls can be fitted and glidertowing equipment can also be installed. The data which follow are for the standard model, but various alternative installations and equipment are listed at the...
The latest two sets of Proceedings of the above Society contain a useful variety of papers there are five papers on photoelastic matters, nine on electrical resistance straingauge work, six on various aspects of dynamic or shock loading and ten on miscellaneous subjects. In each class the papers...
Under this heading arc published regularly abstracts of all Report and Memoranda of the Aeronautical Research Council, Reports and Technical Notes of the United States Notional Advisory Committee for Aeronautics and publications of other similar Research Bodies as issued
The Glasgow Branch of B.S.A. Tools Ltd., and of the distributing organization, Burton, Griffiths & Co. Ltd., Machine Tools and Small Tools, has been moved to new premises at 46 Carlton Place, Glasgow, C.5. Telephone No. South 11212.
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