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THE new year has continued to provide news a little more encouraging to the aircraft industry than was current during its predecessor. Two particularly welcome items concern Short Brothers and Harland Ltd. The promising VTOL programme of which the SC 1 is the embodiment has been proceeding at a...
A DSIR Sponsored Research Programme on the Development and Application of the Matrix Force Method and the Digital Computer. This work presents a rational method for the structural analysis of stressed skin fuselages for application in conjunction with the digital computer. The theory is a...
The nature of the relation between complex stress creep under conditions of relaxation and complex stress creep under conditions of steady stress was investigated. The required relation has been examined for an RR59 aluminium alloy at 200 deg. C. and for a magnesium 2 per cent aluminium alloy at...
HENDERSON and Bickley showed in AIRCRAFT ENGINEERING for December 19551 that the degree of statical indeterminacy of a skeletal structure may be determined from the ring number of the structure.
THE large transonic wind tunnel of the Aircraft Research Association Ltd, at Bedford was described in an article in the May 1956 issue of AIRCRAFT ENGINEERING. The 2 ft. 6 in. 2 ft. 3 in. supersonic tunnel which was at that time planned is now complete and running. This tunnel is driven by the...
The Civil Aeronautics Board is the government agency charged with the investigation of all civil aircraft accidents in the United States whether foreign or U.S. aircraft are involved.
The contents of this French contribution to the limited literature on flight testing is summarized below. Volume I deals with fundamental measurements, and is developed as a course of lectures to students at the School for Flight Test Personnel. Each chapter is divided into three parts, dealing...
Under this heading are 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 drafting machine, the Simplon Mark II, has been introduced by Dargue Bros. Ltd., New Simplon Works, Halifax, Yorks. It is of the straightedge type and incorporates a number of improvements over its predecessors.
A number of new applications for recently developed materials were found in the balloon The Small World, and its gondola.
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