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I welcome this opportunity of contributing a message to Aircraft Engineering on the occasion of the 1964 Society of British Aerospace Companies' Exhibition and Flying Display. The Farnborough Show is more than a shop window for the British aerospace industry. It is a positive illustration that...
IN less than two years timeon March 29, 1966the Society of British Aerospace Companies will celebrate the completion of fifty years activity. It was on March 29, 1916, that the Society of British Aircraft Constructors was incorporated, thus being younger than the Royal Aeronautical Society and...
THE Twentyfourth S.B.A.C. Flying Display and Exhibition to be held at Farnborough during the week Monday,September 7, to Sunday, September 13, promises to be the most interesting ever held. This is in part due to the decision taken in 1962 not to hold an S.B.A.C. Show in the summer of 1963, and...
EVER since the inception of the hcavierthanair flying machine, the need to refuel in flight has been apparent. The cartoon reproduced in fig. 1 was first published in Punch in 1909, at a time when the payload of the aeroplane was very small, due to the large tare weight of the airframe and...
Progress Made by the Laboratories of RollsRoyce Ltd. and Robert Kearsley & Co. in the Formulation and Manufacture of Surface Coatings and the Techniques Used in Applying these Coatings to Aircraft Engines
An Assessment of the Basic Design and Performance Based on a Heavily Retouched Photograph of a Large Ballistic Missile which was published in the December 4, 1962, edition of Kransnaya Zvezda Red Star. FOR the first time in any open literature source, the December 4, 1962, edition of Kransnaya...
From an article discussing inerlial navigation systems for civil applications published in the January 1964 issue of Aircraft Engineering The indications are that current inertial navigation systems might cost anything between 15,000 and 50,000 and some of the airlines are taking the attitude...
Mr Hugh Conway has accepted an invitation to join the Board of Bristol Siddeley Engines Ltd. and to become Managing Director in succession to the late Dr E. J. WarlowDavics. Mr Conway will be released from his present appointment as Joint Managing Director of Short Brothers and Harland Ltd. to...
Details of Some Components Used for Subsidiary Services in Aircraft, Missiles and Space Vehicles. New subminiature rate gyros and pendulous accelerometers, now being manufactured by ElliottAutomation's Gyro Division, are said to be capable of operating under extreme environmental conditions.
Equipment, Programmes, Techniques and Projects. The latest addition to the range of constant potential XRay equipment designed by Pantak Ltd., Vale Road, Windsor, Berks., is the L.C. 200. Over 20 years experience in the design and manufacture of XRay equipment has been combined in the...
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