Air Ministry Official Notices

Air Ministry Official Notices July , 1936 AIRCRAFT ENGINEERING 205 Instruction s to Ground Engineers and Private Owner s on Essential Modifications Major engines and not to a separate type of Applicants whose applications are not accepted No . 16 of the year 1936 aeroplane, the substance of this paragraph has owing to these provisions will be given the Airscrews to the following designs have been been included in paragraph 1 above and not opportunity of early examination in London, or, approved for use on Miles " Hawk " Aeroplanes. re-issued as a separate section. This Notice alternatively, of being placed on a waiting list Drawin g Issu e Diamete r Pitch No . No . in foot in feet . Remark s also covers "Haw k De Luxe " and "Hawk for the next board to be held in the place in Trainer " aeroplanes. question. (a) With Cirrus III Engine 47256A/X2 7· 0 4·41 Cancellation and Amendments Cancellation .. .. — — 95373/AX1 7· 0 4·01 .. .. — — Notice to Aircraft Owners and Ground Notice to Aircraft Owners and Ground 95373/X2 7· 0 4·3!) .. .. — — 95373A/X3 7·0 4·5 5 Engineers No. 12 of the year 1935 is hereby Engineers No. 5 of the year 1936 is hereby .. .. — — Z.1531 6·5 4·4 .. .. — — cancelled. Notices to Aircraft Owners and cancelled. Z.1670 6·75 4· 2 .. .. — — Ground Engineers Nos. 22 and 25 of the year May 22, 1936. (b) With Cirrus Major Engine 1935 should be amended by the deletion cf 6·75 No . 18 of the year 1936 61456A/X1 6·02 .. .. — — sub-paragraph (iii) from each Notice. 61456A/X2 6·75 5·7 7 Amendment List No. 47 t o the Airworthiness .. .. — — (Note.—In the booklet entitled " Notices to Handbook for Civil Aircraft (Air Publication (c) With Gipsy VI Engine Aircraft Owners and Ground Engineers, 1920- 1208) has been issued, and copies can be ob­ 61189A/X1 1 7· 0 6·73 .. .. — 1935," the sub-paragraphs referred to hav e been 61189A/Xl 2 nr later 7·0 7·11 tained price 2d. net or 3d. post free, from H.M. .. .. — 61189A/X7 7· 0 6·8 4 incorporated in Notice No. 12 of 1935.) .. .. — — Stationery Office at one of the following ad­ 61189A/X8 7· 0 7·2 9 .. .. — — May 6, 1936. Z.1800 6·9 2 6·2 dresses : Adastral House, Kingsway, London, .. .. — — No . 17 of the year 1936 W.C.2 ; 120, George Street, Edinburgh 2; (d) With Gipsy VIR Engine Examination Boards will sit for the purpose York Street, Manchester 1 ; 1, St. Andrew's 61457A/X1 7·0 7·1 .. .. — — 61189A/X4 7·0 7·5 of examining applicants for ground engineers' Crescent, Cardiff; 80, Chichester Street, Belfast; .. .. — — licences at the following places and times :— or through any bookseller. (e) With Gipsy Major Engine (a) London, weekly, on each Tuesday in July, Attention is particularly directed to the 61187A/X1 6·75 5·5 .. .. — — 61187A/X3 6·7 5 5·8 August and September, 1936. following amendments introduced by this .. .. — — 61187A/X5 6·7 5 5·7 7 .. .. — — (b) Croydon, on the second Friday in July, Amendment List. These modified requirements 61187A/X9 6·75 5·2 4 .. .. — — 61326A/X6 6·17 6·2 7 August and September, 1936. will be applicable to new type aeroplanes for .. .. — — 61456A/X2 6·7 5 5·7 7 .. .. — — (c) Manchester, on th e first Friday in Septem­ which application is received after the dates Z.201 0 6·5 5·65 .. .. — — Z.201 1 ber, 1936. shown in column 4 of the table. 6·5 5·49 .. .. — — Z.97 0 6·23 5·7 2 .. .. — — (d) Bristol, on the first Friday in July, 1936. Z.971 6·23 5·26 Date of .. .. — — Z.972 5·9 8 (e) Glasgow, on th e first Thursday in August, 6·5 Item No. Description. Design Leaflet. Application .. .. — — Z.973 6·23 5. 5 Design Leaflet .. .. — — (292) Airscrews 15th August, 1936 B.8, New issue Applications for licences should be made on (f) With Gipsy Major H.C. Engine of leaflet (293) Landin g wheels Design Leaflet 15th May, 1936 61187A/X 4 6·75 5·8 3 C.A. Form 2B, which is obtainable on request, .. .. — — an d tyres B.9, New issue and should be addressed to. The Secretary, of leaflet (g) With Gipsy III Engine (294) (i) Gravit y & non- 15th August, 1936 Design Leaflet Air Ministry (C.A.2), Adastral House, Kings- 61187A/X1 6··75 5· 5 gravit y tanks D.3 , para. 1. .. .. — — 61187A/X2 7·75 5·69 way, London, W.C.2. Applications for exten­ in fuel system. .. .. — — Z.97 0 6·2 3 5·7 2 (294) (ii) Pressur e gauges I5t h August, 1936 sions to existing licences will also be dealt with Design Leaflet .. .. — — Z.971 6·23 5·26 & relief valves D.3, para. 4. .. .. — — a t these boards, and such applications should be in fuel systems (h) With Hermes II Engine Position of filter made on C.A. Form 2D to the above address. (294) (iii) Design Leaflet 15th August, 1936 in fuel syste m D.3 , para. 5. Z.153 1 6·5 4· 4 .. .. — — When forwarding the application, the applicant Design Leaflet 15th August, 1936 Z.164 0 6·75 (294) (iv) Fuclratoof-flo w 4·2 .. .. — — should indicate the provincial centre which' he requiremen t D.3 , para. 7. (i) (b) (j) With Hermes IV Engine wishes to attend for examination, if he is unable (296) 15th May, 1936 Safet y belts & Design Leaflet Y.68 5 6·7 5 4· 9 .. .. — — to take the examination in London. harnes s E.3, New issue of leaflet Where no number is quoted in the " Issue Applications for examination at the centres Number " column of the above table, airscrews named at (c), (d) and (c) above can only be With regard to' the Note referring to civil accepted provided that the application, to­ of any Issue Number, if of the particular specifications under item (295) (iii), these speci­ gether with the appropriate fees, is received Drawing Number concerned, are approved. fications are not actually on sale as yet, but 28 days before the dates specified, and provided printing action is in hand, and they will be As para. 2. of Notice to Aircraft Owners and also that the total number of applications re­ available shortly. Ground Engineers No.. 12. of the year 1935 ceived is within the capacity of the board. referred to " Hawk " aeroplanes with Gipsy May 27, 1936. 3 S.3.—Mild Steel Sheets and Strips (Suitable quality A having better bending properties B.S . AIRCRAFT SPECIFICATIONS for Welding).—A revision of B.S. Specification in the hardened and tempered condition, 2 S.3, which hitherto has been confined to although the tensile values are the same. Sheet material. The revised specification covers fication D.T.D. 23n. A 0·1 per cent proof Copies of these Specifications may be obtained both Sheets and Strips supplied in the rolled stress of not less than 16 tons per sq. in. has from the British Standards Institution, Publi­ an d re-hcated condition. A 0·1 per cent been included. cations Department, 28, Victoria Street, proof stress of not less tha n 16 tons per sq. in. 5.86.—Nickel-Chromium Steel Sheets and London, S.W.1, price 1s. 2d. each, post free. is required. Strips (40-50 Tons—0·1 per cent Proof Stress). (7s. 4d. th e set of 7.) —This specification replaces the Air Ministry 3 5.4.—5 per cent Nickel Steel Sheets (Not Specifications D.T.D. 98A and 100, and covers 6 F.1.—4 oz. Linen Fabric and Tape.—A suitable for Welding).—A revision of B.S. Specification 2 S.4, the principal alteration softened Sheets and Strips, Hardened and new edition of the B.S. Specification 5 F.l for being the inclusion of a 0·1 per cent proof Tempered Strips, Strips as cold rolled and 4 oz. Linen Fabric and Tape. The principal stress test of not less than 40 tons per sq. in. strips as cold rolled and afterwards tempered. revisions are as follows. The deletion of the section dealing with Frayed Edge Tape as on the hardened and tempered samples. 5.87.—Nickel-Chromium Steel Strips (55-65 being no longer required and the inclusion of a 5.84.—Low Carbon Steel Sheets and Strips Tons 0·1 per cent Proof Stress).—This speci­ clause on Packing to ensure freedom from yard (Suitable for Welding).—This specification re­ fication replaces the Air Ministry specification creases. As it is not practicable to specify the places the Air Ministry Specifications D.T.D. D.T.D. 99 and covers both softened and exact surface finish of the fabric by means of 12A and 141 and is intended for Water Jackets, hardened and tempered strips. a clause, a Standard Sample of the fabric Exhaus t Manifolds and low stressed aircraft S.88.—Nickel-Chromium Steel Strips (65-75 ha s been prepared and is enclosed with each parts . Tons 0-1 per cent Proof Stress).—This speci­ copy of the specification. (Price, including 5.85. — Non-corrodible Steel Sheets. — This fication replaces the Air Ministry Specification Standard Sample, 1s. 8d., post free.) specification replaces the Air Ministry Speci­ No. 54A and two qualities defined as A and B ; http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology Emerald Publishing

Air Ministry Official Notices

Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology, Volume 8 (7): 1 – Jul 1, 1936

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July , 1936 AIRCRAFT ENGINEERING 205 Instruction s to Ground Engineers and Private Owner s on Essential Modifications Major engines and not to a separate type of Applicants whose applications are not accepted No . 16 of the year 1936 aeroplane, the substance of this paragraph has owing to these provisions will be given the Airscrews to the following designs have been been included in paragraph 1 above and not opportunity of early examination in London, or, approved for use on Miles " Hawk " Aeroplanes. re-issued as a separate section. This Notice alternatively, of being placed on a waiting list Drawin g Issu e Diamete r Pitch No . No . in foot in feet . Remark s also covers "Haw k De Luxe " and "Hawk for the next board to be held in the place in Trainer " aeroplanes. question. (a) With Cirrus III Engine 47256A/X2 7· 0 4·41 Cancellation and Amendments Cancellation .. .. — — 95373/AX1 7· 0 4·01 .. .. — — Notice to Aircraft Owners and Ground Notice to Aircraft Owners and Ground 95373/X2 7· 0 4·3!) .. .. — — 95373A/X3 7·0 4·5 5 Engineers No. 12 of the year 1935 is hereby Engineers No. 5 of the year 1936 is hereby .. .. — — Z.1531 6·5 4·4 .. .. — — cancelled. Notices to Aircraft Owners and cancelled. Z.1670 6·75 4· 2 .. .. — — Ground Engineers Nos. 22 and 25 of the year May 22, 1936. (b) With Cirrus Major Engine 1935 should be amended by the deletion cf 6·75 No . 18 of the year 1936 61456A/X1 6·02 .. .. — — sub-paragraph (iii) from each Notice. 61456A/X2 6·75 5·7 7 Amendment List No. 47 t o the Airworthiness .. .. — — (Note.—In the booklet entitled " Notices to Handbook for Civil Aircraft (Air Publication (c) With Gipsy VI Engine Aircraft Owners and Ground Engineers, 1920- 1208) has been issued, and copies can be ob­ 61189A/X1 1 7· 0 6·73 .. .. — 1935," the sub-paragraphs referred to hav e been 61189A/Xl 2 nr later 7·0 7·11 tained price 2d. net or 3d. post free, from H.M. .. .. — 61189A/X7 7· 0 6·8 4 incorporated in Notice No. 12 of 1935.) .. .. — — Stationery Office at one of the following ad­ 61189A/X8 7· 0 7·2 9 .. .. — — May 6, 1936. Z.1800 6·9 2 6·2 dresses : Adastral House, Kingsway, London, .. .. — — No . 17 of the year 1936 W.C.2 ; 120, George Street, Edinburgh 2; (d) With Gipsy VIR Engine Examination Boards will sit for the purpose York Street, Manchester 1 ; 1, St. Andrew's 61457A/X1 7·0 7·1 .. .. — — 61189A/X4 7·0 7·5 of examining applicants for ground engineers' Crescent, Cardiff; 80, Chichester Street, Belfast; .. .. — — licences at the following places and times :— or through any bookseller. (e) With Gipsy Major Engine (a) London, weekly, on each Tuesday in July, Attention is particularly directed to the 61187A/X1 6·75 5·5 .. .. — — 61187A/X3 6·7 5 5·8 August and September, 1936. following amendments introduced by this .. .. — — 61187A/X5 6·7 5 5·7 7 .. .. — — (b) Croydon, on the second Friday in July, Amendment List. These modified requirements 61187A/X9 6·75 5·2 4 .. .. — — 61326A/X6 6·17 6·2 7 August and September, 1936. will be applicable to new type aeroplanes for .. .. — — 61456A/X2 6·7 5 5·7 7 .. .. — — (c) Manchester, on th e first Friday in Septem­ which application is received after the dates Z.201 0 6·5 5·65 .. .. — — Z.201 1 ber, 1936. shown in column 4 of the table. 6·5 5·49 .. .. — — Z.97 0 6·23 5·7 2 .. .. — — (d) Bristol, on the first Friday in July, 1936. Z.971 6·23 5·26 Date of .. .. — — Z.972 5·9 8 (e) Glasgow, on th e first Thursday in August, 6·5 Item No. Description. Design Leaflet. Application .. .. — — Z.973 6·23 5. 5 Design Leaflet .. .. — — (292) Airscrews 15th August, 1936 B.8, New issue Applications for licences should be made on (f) With Gipsy Major H.C. Engine of leaflet (293) Landin g wheels Design Leaflet 15th May, 1936 61187A/X 4 6·75 5·8 3 C.A. Form 2B, which is obtainable on request, .. .. — — an d tyres B.9, New issue and should be addressed to. The Secretary, of leaflet (g) With Gipsy III Engine (294) (i) Gravit y & non- 15th August, 1936 Design Leaflet Air Ministry (C.A.2), Adastral House, Kings- 61187A/X1 6··75 5· 5 gravit y tanks D.3 , para. 1. .. .. — — 61187A/X2 7·75 5·69 way, London, W.C.2. Applications for exten­ in fuel system. .. .. — — Z.97 0 6·2 3 5·7 2 (294) (ii) Pressur e gauges I5t h August, 1936 sions to existing licences will also be dealt with Design Leaflet .. .. — — Z.971 6·23 5·26 & relief valves D.3, para. 4. .. .. — — a t these boards, and such applications should be in fuel systems (h) With Hermes II Engine Position of filter made on C.A. Form 2D to the above address. (294) (iii) Design Leaflet 15th August, 1936 in fuel syste m D.3 , para. 5. Z.153 1 6·5 4· 4 .. .. — — When forwarding the application, the applicant Design Leaflet 15th August, 1936 Z.164 0 6·75 (294) (iv) Fuclratoof-flo w 4·2 .. .. — — should indicate the provincial centre which' he requiremen t D.3 , para. 7. (i) (b) (j) With Hermes IV Engine wishes to attend for examination, if he is unable (296) 15th May, 1936 Safet y belts & Design Leaflet Y.68 5 6·7 5 4· 9 .. .. — — to take the examination in London. harnes s E.3, New issue of leaflet Where no number is quoted in the " Issue Applications for examination at the centres Number " column of the above table, airscrews named at (c), (d) and (c) above can only be With regard to' the Note referring to civil accepted provided that the application, to­ of any Issue Number, if of the particular specifications under item (295) (iii), these speci­ gether with the appropriate fees, is received Drawing Number concerned, are approved. fications are not actually on sale as yet, but 28 days before the dates specified, and provided printing action is in hand, and they will be As para. 2. of Notice to Aircraft Owners and also that the total number of applications re­ available shortly. Ground Engineers No.. 12. of the year 1935 ceived is within the capacity of the board. referred to " Hawk " aeroplanes with Gipsy May 27, 1936. 3 S.3.—Mild Steel Sheets and Strips (Suitable quality A having better bending properties B.S . AIRCRAFT SPECIFICATIONS for Welding).—A revision of B.S. Specification in the hardened and tempered condition, 2 S.3, which hitherto has been confined to although the tensile values are the same. Sheet material. The revised specification covers fication D.T.D. 23n. A 0·1 per cent proof Copies of these Specifications may be obtained both Sheets and Strips supplied in the rolled stress of not less than 16 tons per sq. in. has from the British Standards Institution, Publi­ an d re-hcated condition. A 0·1 per cent been included. cations Department, 28, Victoria Street, proof stress of not less tha n 16 tons per sq. in. 5.86.—Nickel-Chromium Steel Sheets and London, S.W.1, price 1s. 2d. each, post free. is required. Strips (40-50 Tons—0·1 per cent Proof Stress). (7s. 4d. th e set of 7.) —This specification replaces the Air Ministry 3 5.4.—5 per cent Nickel Steel Sheets (Not Specifications D.T.D. 98A and 100, and covers 6 F.1.—4 oz. Linen Fabric and Tape.—A suitable for Welding).—A revision of B.S. Specification 2 S.4, the principal alteration softened Sheets and Strips, Hardened and new edition of the B.S. Specification 5 F.l for being the inclusion of a 0·1 per cent proof Tempered Strips, Strips as cold rolled and 4 oz. Linen Fabric and Tape. The principal stress test of not less than 40 tons per sq. in. strips as cold rolled and afterwards tempered. revisions are as follows. The deletion of the section dealing with Frayed Edge Tape as on the hardened and tempered samples. 5.87.—Nickel-Chromium Steel Strips (55-65 being no longer required and the inclusion of a 5.84.—Low Carbon Steel Sheets and Strips Tons 0·1 per cent Proof Stress).—This speci­ clause on Packing to ensure freedom from yard (Suitable for Welding).—This specification re­ fication replaces the Air Ministry specification creases. As it is not practicable to specify the places the Air Ministry Specifications D.T.D. D.T.D. 99 and covers both softened and exact surface finish of the fabric by means of 12A and 141 and is intended for Water Jackets, hardened and tempered strips. a clause, a Standard Sample of the fabric Exhaus t Manifolds and low stressed aircraft S.88.—Nickel-Chromium Steel Strips (65-75 ha s been prepared and is enclosed with each parts . Tons 0-1 per cent Proof Stress).—This speci­ copy of the specification. (Price, including 5.85. — Non-corrodible Steel Sheets. — This fication replaces the Air Ministry Specification Standard Sample, 1s. 8d., post free.) specification replaces the Air Ministry Speci­ No. 54A and two qualities defined as A and B ;

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