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BECAUSE of the complexity of rotor theory which has been developed for tapered and twisted blades for example, Sissingh's well known papers there is a great tendency to use and draw conclusions from the simple theory developed for untwisted untapered blades. In the United States this practice...
In this article solutions are set out for various types of external loading of a plate in the shape of an infinite wedge. All the problems considered are twodimensional in character and a state of generalized plane stress is assumed throughout. The general approach is that developed by A. C....
WE well remember how a speaker at a conference held in 1935 to discuss the organization of research in relation to the needs of industry electrified his audience by suggesting that it was quite fantastic to produce engines for military aeroplanes designed to have a service life of thousands of...
This I.A.T.A. Symposium held during the I.A.T.A. Technical Conferences at Puerto Rico in April 1953 had as its object the free exchange of views and experience primarily between helicopter manufacturers and civil aircraft operators. The helicopter has been in operation for about ten years. The...
IT is commonly held that today we are living in the age of the specialist. Within the aircraft industry, no one is more vulnerable to having this label of specialist thrust upon him than the flutter and vibration engineer, but I submit that far from having the narrow outlook which is taken to be...
SINCE 1949 the British Iron and Steel Research Association have been studying the properties of hotdip aluminized coatings. This work has led to the development of a simplified process for coating steel or cast iron with aluminium which appears to offer interesting possibilities for the...
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.
In a gas motivated power plant, substantially cylindrical outer wall structure, inner fairing structure having a rearwardly converging exterior surface and coaxially disposed within said wall structure to provide a rearwardly diverging annular diffuser passage adapted to conduct a high velocity...
Theoretical results for the initial liftcurve slope of straighttapered wings, based on the linearized equations of inviscid motion, have been evaluated and are presented in the form of graphs.
THE Slingsby Type 37 is an unusual sailplane with many unconventional features of design and construction. It has been described, by one of the team that carried out the original test flying programme, as the first of the next generation of sailplanes.
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