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French Aviation IT was probably more than happy coincidence which resulted in the Air League of the British Empire publishing its Memorandum on French Aviation just a month before the Twentyfifth International Air Show at Le Bourget was due to take place see next page. At any rate, this fortytwo...
THE twentyfifth international air show which is to be held at Lc Bourget, from June 6 to June 16, promises to be the largest and most competitive of any of the Salons which have been organized by the French Union Syndicalc des Industries Aeronautiqucs ct Spatialcs, since the first in 1909....
WHILE flying within the control zone of an aerodrome, and also on longdistance flights, aircraft are subject to altimetric height control procedures which, particularly near major aerodromes, arc becoming steadily more important as the density of air traffic increases. These procedures, although...
ON March 27, 1963, the Hunting H.126 jetflap research aircraft took the air on its maiden flight from the Royal Aircraft Establishment, Bedford, The H.126 was piloted by Mr S. B. Oliver, the Chief Test Pilot of it, a Company of British Aircraft Corporation.
SUMMARY A detailed account is given of the aerodynamic and inertia forces acting on a rotor blade when the helicopter is undergoing arbitrary disturbance in velocity and angular velocity. A fairly generalized form is used for the downwash velocity. A principle is enunciated enabling the several...
WITH the advent of supersonic flight the effects of kinetic heating have made themselves felt throughout the design of the aircraft and its associated systems and equipment. Aircraft tyres forming part of the retracted undercarriage normally rest close to the skin of an aircraft which is...
This article is based upon a paper presented by Major Oliver Stewart to a meeting of The Historical Group of the Royal Aeronautical Society on March 19, 1962, just a few days after the last issue of Major Stewart's own monthly aeronautical journal Aeronautics was published. Although some fifteen...
Equipment, Programmes, Techniques and Projects. Part of the standard maintenance procedure of the majority of jet aircraft is the internal examination of jet pipes and turbine final stage blading. Up until recently this has been carried out by an inspector crawling into the jet pipe to carry out...
Details of Electrical and Electronic Apparatus with Applications in the Maintenance and Operation of Aircraft, Missiles and Space Vehicles. Ten sets of the Smiths Taximeter System have been ordered by Short Brothers and Hartand for fitment to Belfast aircraft.
Brief Particulars of Recently Introduced Materials likely to have Aircraft, Missile or Space Vehicle Applications. Development of a cast maraging steel possessing tensile strength of approximately 110 tonssq. in. together with yield strength of approximately 105 tonssq. in. and elongation of at...
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