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82 AIRCRAFT ENGINEERING March, 1942 APPLICATIONS for the loan of copies of translations mentioned below should be addressed to the Secretary (R.T.P.3), Ministry of Aircraft Production, and copies will be loaned as far as availability of slocks permits. Suggestions concerning new translations will be considered in relation to general interest and facilities available. Lists of selected translations have appeared in AIRCRAFT ENGINEERING since September, 1938. LIS T No. 42 Translation No. Translation No. Translation No. and Author Title and Reference and Author Title and Reference and Author Title and Reference (1384) Strengt h of Materials Theory of Warfar e (Stick and Dive Bombing) KIKDEL, G. ... Power Gas and Diesel Gas Pro (1393) (1369) cess. (Kraftstoff Vol. 17, VOLKERSEN, O. The Strength of Lugs on Eyebolls. TOMMASI, A. ... Slick Bombing at Decreasing Aug. 1941, pp. 239/242.) GOSCIILER ... (Luftwisscn, Vol. 8, No. 5 Speed and Constant Height on May, 1941, pp. 151/156. (1385) Fixed Targets Moving at (1381) UEUSSNEK, K. A. Explanatory Note on the German Constant Speed. (L'Aerotec- BEEUWALD, A. On the Fatigue Strength of Aero- Engine Specification, nica. Vol. 21, No. 9/10, Sept./ Heavily Chromium Plated Pi. I. Definition of Funda Oct. 19-41, pp. 615-620.) Dural. (L.F.F. Vol. 18, No. mental Terms. (Luftwisscn, (1370) 10, 27.10.41, pp. 368/371.) Vol. 8, No. 10, Oct., 1941, WENKE, H. ... Dive Bombing. (Luftwisscn, Vol. pp. 315-322.) Miscellaneous 8, No. 4, April, 1941, pp. 115- (1386) (1381) 117.) LOOSE, F. ... Materials for the Construction of ROMBERG, H. VV'. Parachute Jumps from High (1375) Aero-Engines. (Der Flieger, Altitudes. (Luftwisscn, Vol. SOLOVYKV ... Some Problems of Dive Bombing. Vol. 20, No. 56, June, 1941, (Air Fleet News, U.S.S.K., 8, No. 10, Oct., 1941, pp. pp. 163/8.) Vol. 23, No. 4, April, 1941, 310/314.) pp. 317/322.) SKETENSKY, I The Theory of Hydrodyuamic Gliding. (U.S.S.K., Acad. Sci. Turbine s and Compressors Bull. Dcpt. Tech. Sci. No. 7, Aircraft and Airscrews 1940.) (1377) (1372) (1392) KLINGKMANN, G. ... A method for Calculating the ... Cant. Z 1007 bis Aircraft. — ... Large Wind Tunnel at Chalais Theoretical Characteristics of (Flugsport, Vol. 33, No. 16, Meitdon, near Parts. (Luft Turbo Machines. (Rotating 6.8.41, pp. 317/319.) wisscn, Vol. 8, No. 2, Feb., Blade System.) Ing. Arch. (1391) 1941, pp. 50/56.) Vol. 11, No. 3, June, 1940, BILIIAKZ, II. ... Rolling Stability of an Aircraft pp. 151/178.) with Freedom about its Longi (1389) tudinal Axis with Automatic Professional Publications CiiiiRNiSKKVSKY ... Determination of the Natural ally Controlled, Intermittent, Frequency of Vibration of Under this heailing arc given each month the principal articles of Constant Aileron Moments. aeronautical interest appearing in the current issues of the Journals of Turbine Blades. (Sov. Kotlo- (L.F.F. Vol. 18, No. 9, 20.9.41, the leading professional societies and institutions. turbo, No. 8, Aug., 1910, pp. 317/326.) pp. 269/273.) S.A.E. Journal (1394) (1390) Vol. 50, No. 1, January. HO.OROV, B. N -lirscrews for High Speed Air " Cooling Characteristics of Submerged Light Aircraft Engines." Hues, V. F. ... On the Automatic Regulation of craft with High Power Engines. II. H. Ellcrbrock Jnr . Output in Centrifugal Com (Aeron. Eng. U.S.S.K., Vol. " The Ignition System as Influenced by Fuel Characteristics." pressors. (Sov. Kotloturbo, J . T. Fitzsiuunons. 15, No. 3, M.i rch, 1941, " Roller Hearings and National Defense." T. V. Buckwaltcr. No. 8, Aug., 1940, pp. 261/ pp. 11/24.) The Journal of the Aeronautical Society Vol. XLVI, No. 374, February 1942 Engines (Including Fuel and Materials) 11 Biological and Aerodynamical Problems of Animal Flight." IS. von Hoist and D . Kuchcmaun. (1376) Gear s and Bearings Abstracts from the Scientific and Technical Press. NOVAK, D. ... Operation oj the Cooling System (1373) The Engineering Journal of a High Altitude Aircraft. I.ANZIGER, N. ... Determination of the Permissible (Air Fleet News, U.S.S.K., (Engineering Institute of Canada) Circumferential Force of a Aeronautical Section Reprint No. 10, November 1941 Vol. 23, No. 4, April, 1941, Straight Toothed Bevel Gear. " Practical Forms for Flight Test Reporting." Elizabeth M. G. pp. 340/344.) (Supplement.) (ATZ. Vol. 3, MacGill. (1379) " Factors Affecting the Mass Production of Aeroplanes." Eliza 10.2.40, pp. 43/44.) beth M. G. MacGill. CORNELIUS, II. Investigations on the Suitability (1393) 14 Aerodrome Construction." J, A, Wilson. BUNGARDT, \V. ... of Heat Resistance Materials MUNUT, K. ... Load Capacity of Ball and Roller " Aircraft Engineering in Wartime Canada." Elizabeth M. G. for Combustion Engines, PI. MacGill. Bearings. (Z.V.D.I., Vol. 85, " Estimating Production Costs in Aircraft Manufacture." IV. (L.F.F., Vol. 18, No. 9, No. 39/40, 4.10.41, pp. 801/ A. T. F. Wanck. 20.9.41, pp. 305/310.) 806.) " Air Traffic Control." E. D. Uoyd. A Practical Book on Press Operations Pressworkin g of Metals . Bv C. \V. Hinman. and not, as so often happens, complicated with the design, construction and operation of the [McGraw-Hill. 28s.] lines, which although formally correct, mask th e tools used for all kinds of press operations, such as blanking, pressing, deep-drawing, trimming, essential principle the reader seeks to grasp. This book is a n attemp t by a skilled designer bending, extruding, expanding • an d many I t is most unfortunate that the author did of press-tools to set out on paper some part of others, on materials ranging from mica and not allow some metallurgical friend to guide the knowledge which he has acquired through celluloid through the usual ferrous and non- him in his excursions into the highly specialized many years of practical experience. Good ferrous metals to hardened spring-steel. Sub- field of modern metallurgy. Metallurgists ma y books of this kind are rare ; partly, perhaps press assemblies, methods for controlling the well be biased against the excellent bulk of because tool-designing is in fact a craft and the book when, for example, they read the sec pressure-plate, automatic feeding mechanisms it is always difficult, even for those craftsmen tion on th e plastic How of metals. Conversely, and other auxiliary components are described who possess the inclination and the necessary and of greater importance, non-metallurgical in detail. The last chapter deals with the literary ability, to express their knowledge in mathematics of press-tools and processes. readers will certainly be misled in regard to a writing in such a way tha t others may profit by number of matters ; for example, the proce Readers will be well advised to make their reading it. dure for annealing various metals. Such own index, for th e author's, although compre The book is essentially practical ; indeed in neglect of ordinary precautions in th e presenta hensive, cannot possibly contain all the small it one finds sections such as th e one having the tion of available knowledge cannot be too yet important hints and recorded experiences— intriguing heading, "How to read a shell;" in strongly deprecated. often expressed in a couple of lines—which are which the author describes in detail how, b y Apart from this it can be said tha t this is one th e outstanding and very valuable feature of looking at a deep-pressed shell which has failed of the best books of its kind, and one whic h will this book. under the press, the reader can deduce which of repay careful reading by learners and experi No press-man or tool-designer is likely to a large number of accidental conditions is the enced men alike ; for, besides dealing with regret having added this veritable encyclo one most likely to have led to failure. The general principles as these appear to th e author, paedia to his bookshelf. numerous line-drawings are easy to understand it contains a wealth of useful hints concerning J. n.J .
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Published: Mar 1, 1942
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