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WE are very glad to have, through the courtesy of THE SOCIETY OF AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS and the kind cooperation of the author, MR J. C. FLOYD'S account of the development of the Avro Jetliner.
THE alternative definitions of combustion efficiency based on the ratio of actual to theoretical heat releases and of theoretical to actual fuel requirements are discussed in relation to the practical need for reckoning enthalpies above a datum temperature. Empirical expressions are obtained...
AN aeroplane wing and fuselage may be treated from an analytic standpoint as two elastic beams, rigidly connected. In the present note the equations for the natural frequency, derived on the basis of Rayleigh's principle and Ritz's method, are extended to the case of free vibration of a set...
THIS paper presents an approximate method of stressing circular plates of nonuniform thickness subjected to symmetrical lateral loading. Although exact solutions are available for plates of uniform thickness under various types of loading, solutions for plates of nonuniform thickness have been...
ON August 10, 1949, the Avro C102 jet transport, now better known as the Jetliner, made its first flight.
DETAILS have recently been published of work undertaken at the Aeronautical Engineering School in Rome in connexion with stratospheric aeroengines, started just before the war, and more particularly on the exothermic decomposition of nitromethane as a possible fuel in such engines. La Chim. e...
5.31. There are two primary kinds of knowledge. The first includes all that class which is instinctive, intuitive, or accepted as a fact of authority i.e. one which really arises from an act of faith.
In the aerodynamic design of vehicles for supersonic flight it is essential that the limits of the important aerodynamic variables lift, drag, moment and centre of pressure as functions of the design parameters be known. Frequently an in the large analysis of this nature may be initiated using...
Under this heading are published regularly abstracts of all Reports and Memoranda of the Aeronautical Research Council, Reports and Techical Memoranda of the United States National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics and publications of other similar Research Bodies as issued
Civil Aircrew Technical Training Course The College of Aeronautical and Automobile Engineering, Chelsea, started in July a new course of evening classes in aircrew technical training.
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