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WE have received the Summary Records of the first two meetings of the Documentation Committee of the Advisory Group for Aeronautical Research and Development AGARD of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization NATO.
THE efficient design and construction of the latest types of Swedish military aircraft, with wings with high critical Mach numbers, has necessitated a thorough investigation into the structural behaviour of swept and delta wings of both the thin and thick types. It is the main purpose of this...
Based fundamentally on the Energy Method approach to helicopter performance calculation, a method is presented for calculating performance of a design in the project stage. In another form, less suitable for project work, the equations have been used for performance estimation by the writer for...
THE increasing necessity for largescale calculation in the design of aircraft has, in recent years, emphasized the lack of adequate computational facilities and transferred attention from the problem of formulation to that of solution. Thus, unless a reliable simple theory is available, the...
Under this heading are published regularly abstracts of all Reports and Memoranda or the Aeronautical Research Council, Reports and Technical Memoranda of the United States National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics and publications of other similar Research Bodies as issued
Auto Diesels Ltd. Auto Diesels Ltd., Uxbridge, have announced the appointment to the Board of Directors of Air Commodore James Warburton, who will be mainly concerned with their Aircraft Equipment Division.
An aircraft fitted with fixed wings 14 and a conventional empennage 12, which would be ineffective with the machine hovering or moving forward at very low speed, is rendered stable under such conditions by fitting slotted flaps 15,16 to the wings 14 to deflect downwardly in the direction of the...
An aeroplane which comprises, in combination, a wing with two spans, a fuselage centrally of said spans, and bracing struts connected to the fuselage and to points on the wing nearer to the centre of each span than to the root and tip thereof, each bracing strut having a substantial lift effect...
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