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IT is not our usual practice on this page to review the activities of the year, but it does seem that at this time it is possible to take stock of the position of the industry. The pattern imposed by the changes in Government policy foreshadowed in the famous Defence White Paper of 1957 is now...
IN recent years the bogie type of multiwheel undercarriage has been introduced on the medium and heavy range of aircraft. The trend began because of the necessity of keeping runway loadings to a minimum and the difficulty of stowing a large diameter single wheel in the wing or fuselage during...
IN many instances of machine design it is expedient to retain a bush within a body by interference alone. Under certain circumstances the stresses may be excessively high, or conversely the initial shrinkage may be insufficient to restrain the bush in the body at high operating temperatures. It...
To the Editor. DEAR SIR, The Kiel type probe described by Winternitz can be simplified further with very little sacrifice of tolerance to angles of yaw. The instrument described below, in addition to being simple, is also robust and suitable for general test house use.
A routine numerical method of solving integral equations arising in steady supersonic flow past flexible delta wings, with supersonic and subsonic leading edges, is presented. The wing is subdivided into diamond shaped panels, by a network of equispaced Mach lines, and the effect of placing unit...
A method has been developed for computing aerodynamic loads on slender missiles with complicated crosssections. This method has been applied to the prediction of loads for missiles with folding wings. Comparison of theoretical calculations with supersonic windtunnel measurements indicates that...
Under this heading published regularly abstracts of all Reports and Memoranda of 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.
A new scries of twoway electropneumatic aircraft stop valves with short response times have just been introduced by the Hymatic Engineering Co. Ltd., Redditch, Wores. They have been designed for the remote control of pneumatic actuators and services, and of fuel and oxidant tank pressurization...
Two radial and one column drilling machinxes have been added to the range of Kerry's Great Britain Ltd., Warton Road, Stratford, London, E.15.
On Thursday, October 9, 1958, a new aerothermodynamics laboratory in the mechanical engineering wing of the R.A.F. Technical College at Henlow was formally opened by Sir William Farren, Technical Director of A. V. Roc & Co. Ltd.
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