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List of Selected Translations

List of Selected Translations 82 AIRCRAFT ENGINEERIN G March, 1945 APPLICATIONS for the loan of copies of translations mentioned below should be addressed to the SECRETARY (R.T.P.3), MINISTRY OF AIRCRAF T PRODUCTION, LONDON, S.W.1, and copies will be loaned as far as availability of stocks 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. 78 Translation No. Title and Reference Translation No. Title and Reference Translation No. Title and Reference and Author and Author and Author Stroke Engine, II (Design Aer o an d Hydrodynamics Meteorolog y features). (Z.V.D.1, Vol. 87, (2387) No . 13-14,3.4.43, pp.177-182). (2383) VUSKOVIC , I. ... Experiments on the Influence of SCHNAPAUF , W. Aerological Investigation in the Air Content on Cavitation and Region of the Atlantic Dol­ Corrosion in the Case of Water Plastic s drums. (Veroff. des. Met. Inst. Flow. (Escher Wyss Mitt., (2391) der Univ., Berlin, Vol. II, Vol. 13, 1940, pp. 83-90.) STAUDINGER , H. High Polymer Compounds—(The No. 4, 1937, pp . 5-34.) (2389) Laws of Viscosity of High (2385) BILHARZ , H. Notes on a Controlled Type of Polymer Compounds). (Helv. The Thermodynamics of the JAW, J. Unidimensional Motion. Z.A. Chim. Acta., Vol. 15, 1932, Trade Surface Current. (Veroff M.M., Vol. 22, No. 4, Aug. pp . 221-230.) des. Met. Inst. Univ., Berlin, 1942, pp. 206-215.) (2396) Vol. II , No . 6, 1937, pp . 4-24.) (2392) PETZ , A. Modem Plastics as Raw Mat­ MULTHROPP, H. The Calculation of the Lift Dis­ erials for Adhesives. (Kunst- Mathematic s tribution of Aerofoils. (L.F.F., stoffe, Vol. 32, No. 2, 1942, (2388) Vol. 15, No. 4, 6.4.38, pp. pp . 49-54.) BEKGF.R, E. R.... Harmonic Analysis of Discrete 153-169.) (2399) Numerical Series. (Z.A.M.M., (2393) STAUDINGER , H. An Isoprene and Rubber—on Vol. 22, No. 5, Oct. 1942, HARTMANN, W. Discharge Tests and Force Meas­ LEUPOLD , E. 0. Homologues of Hydro-Caout­ pp . 269-272.) urements on the Stationary chouc. (Helv. Chim. Acta., (2397) Blading of a Single-Stage Ex­ Vol. 15, 1932, pp . 221-230.) BECK . W. The Kurzbach Method for the perimental Turbine in the Air Graphical Analysis of Natural Test Plant. (Forschungsheft Torsional Oscillations. (M.T.Z. Elasti c Theory No . 397, July-Aug. 1939.) Vol. 5, No. 8-9, Sept. 1943, (2373) VOLKERSEN, O. The Distribution of Forces on the pp . 242-248.) Engine s an d Thermodynamics River in Stretched Joints with (2380) Constant Strap Cross Section. Instrument s SEMONOF F The Theory of the Combustion (L.F.F. , Vol. 15, No. 1-2, (2386) SlLBER, R. ... Process. (Z. f Physik, Vol. 48, 20.1.38, pp. 41-47.) Torque Meter for Power-Driven OUDART, A. ... 1928, pp. 571-582.) (2394) Aircraft Models in the Wind (2382) WEWERKA , A. Notch Effect. (Maschinenabu, Tunnels. (Bull. des. Services ZEMAN , J. Recent Development of the Two- Vol. 8, No . 2, 1929, pp . 33-37.) Techniques , No. 84.) N. A. C. A. Technical Memoranda Professional Publications Under this heading are given each month the principal articles of ring contact is measured by means of a statistical Technical Memorandum No. 1068. Heat aeronautical interest appearing m the current issues of the Journals of method . Th e particular brush is fitted with wicks— the leading Professional Societies and Institutions. Transfer in a Turbulent Liquid or Gas Stream. tha t is, insulated and cemented cylinders of brush By. H. Latzko. ("Der Wärmeübergang an material , terminatin g in th e brush surface. Th e num­ Th e Institute of th e Aeronautica l Sciences cinen tyrbulentcn Fliissigkeitsoder Gasstrom." ber of partia l contact surfaces can be compute d from AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING th e length of the rest periods in which such wicks [Abstract of a Dissertation presented to the (MONTHLY) remai n without current. Resistance measurements Phil. Faculty of the Univ. of Vienna.] Z.f.a.M. Vol. 3, No. 11, Novembe r 1944. enable the determination of the size of the contact M., Vol. i , No. 4, August, 1921, pp . 268-290.) surfaces. The pressure in the actual contact surface "Daylight Training of Pilots for Night Flying." J. G. Beebe- Center, L. Carmichael and L. C Mead. of a recently bedded brush is found to be not much Th e theory of hea t transfer from a solid body to a "Lightweight Magnetic Direction Indicators." G. M. Giannini. lower tha n the Brinell hardness of th e brush. liquid stream could hitherto be presented only with "Lubrication Ceiling." P. H. Schweitzer. limiting assumptions about the movement of the Vol. 3, No. 12, December 1944. fluid (potential flow, laminar frictional flow). Technical Memorandum No. 1072. The "The Trend ot Wood Use in Aircraft." R. W. Hess. Fo r turbulent flow, th e most important practical "Application of the Variable Ratio V-Belt Principle in the case, previous theoretical considerations did not go Surface Structure of Ground Metal Crystals. Design of a Constant-Speed Propeller.'' LI, H. Leonard. beyon d dimensionless formulae and certain con­ "New Wrought Aluminium Alloys for Aircraft and New Temper By W. Boas and E. Schmid. ("Uber die Struk- clusions as to the analogy between the friction Modifications of Present Alloys.'' D. A. Lawless. tur der Oberflache gcschliffener Metallkris- "Aero-Economics." J. U. Kendrick. factor and the unit thermal conductance. In order "The Correlation of Aircraft Take-Off and Landing Characteristics t o obtain numerical results, an experimental treat­ talle." Naturwissenschaften, Vol. 20, Nos. 22/24, with Airport Size." A. L. Morse. men t of the problem has been resorted to, which May 27,1932, pp. 416-419.) gave rise to numerous investigations because of the Th e Society of Automotiv e Engineers Th e changes produced on metallic surfaces as a importanc e of this problem in many branches of S.A.E. JOURNAL (MONTHLY) result of grinding and polishing are not as ye t fully technology. However, the results of these investiga­ understood. Undoubtedly there is some more or less tions frequently deviate from one another. The Vol. 62, No. 12, December, 1944. marke d change in th e crystal structure, at least, in experimental results are especially dependent upon "The Intcreooling Problem in Airplane Design." A. D. Dickinson. to p layer. Heraby a diffusion of separated crystal th e overall dimensions and the specific proportions "Recent Trends in Airplane Ice-Prevention Technique." L. A. Rodcrt. particles may be involved, or, on plastic material, of the equipment. "Propeller and Gear Ratio Requirements for Aircraft Designed th e formation of a layer in greatly deformed state, I n the present work, an attempt is made to for Airway Operation." R. S. Schairer. wit h possible recrystallization in certain conditions. develop systematically the theory of the heat "Relation of Intake-Charge Cooling and Engine Performance." P.. A.'Droegemucller, D. S. Hessey and W. A. Rukel. Fo r s systematic investigation of the grinding transfe r and of the dependence of the unit thermal effect the roentgenographic method, brietly de­ conductanc e upon shape and dimensions, using as Vol. 63, No. 1, Januar y 1945. scribed in thefollowing, seemed suitable. The method a basis the velocity distribution for turbulent flow "Possibilities of Aircraft Structures in Ground Vehicles." M. consists of th e recording of Laue-reflection diagrams set up by Prandtl and Von Kármán. Short. wit h X-rays of specially long wave lengths—that is. "Difficulties with Engines Installed in Civil Aircraft."S. H. Rolle. X-ray s suitable for the study of the structure of Technical Memorandum No. 1071. Deter­ thi n sections. (See reference 4.) If, in addition, mination of the Actual Contact Surface of a Th e Royal Aeronautical Society diffractions lie at great angles of deviation for the Brush Contact. By Ragnar Holm. ("Eine JOURNAL (MONTHLY) characteristi c radiatio n of th e employed anticathode, Bestimmung der wirklichen Beruhrungsflache th e same arrangement makes it possible to detect Vol. 49, No. 410, February 1945. fine-grained layers or such with ordered texture by eines Burstenkontaktes." Wissenschaftliche Ver­ "Notes on Power - Operated Controls for Large Aircraft." th e appearance of Debye-Scherrer concentric rings A. Gouge. off entlichungen aus den Siemens Werken, Vol. Discussion on Civil Aviation. or layer lines. I n this manner th e grinding effect can 17, No. 4, 1938, pp. 43-47.) List of Council and Committees. bo followed by a series of records after etching with List of Branches. Th e number of partia l contac t surfaces of a brush- varyin g degree of severity. The Society's I'rizes. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology Emerald Publishing

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82 AIRCRAFT ENGINEERIN G March, 1945 APPLICATIONS for the loan of copies of translations mentioned below should be addressed to the SECRETARY (R.T.P.3), MINISTRY OF AIRCRAF T PRODUCTION, LONDON, S.W.1, and copies will be loaned as far as availability of stocks 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. 78 Translation No. Title and Reference Translation No. Title and Reference Translation No. Title and Reference and Author and Author and Author Stroke Engine, II (Design Aer o an d Hydrodynamics Meteorolog y features). (Z.V.D.1, Vol. 87, (2387) No . 13-14,3.4.43, pp.177-182). (2383) VUSKOVIC , I. ... Experiments on the Influence of SCHNAPAUF , W. Aerological Investigation in the Air Content on Cavitation and Region of the Atlantic Dol­ Corrosion in the Case of Water Plastic s drums. (Veroff. des. Met. Inst. Flow. (Escher Wyss Mitt., (2391) der Univ., Berlin, Vol. II, Vol. 13, 1940, pp. 83-90.) STAUDINGER , H. High Polymer Compounds—(The No. 4, 1937, pp . 5-34.) (2389) Laws of Viscosity of High (2385) BILHARZ , H. Notes on a Controlled Type of Polymer Compounds). (Helv. The Thermodynamics of the JAW, J. Unidimensional Motion. Z.A. Chim. Acta., Vol. 15, 1932, Trade Surface Current. (Veroff M.M., Vol. 22, No. 4, Aug. pp . 221-230.) des. Met. Inst. Univ., Berlin, 1942, pp. 206-215.) (2396) Vol. II , No . 6, 1937, pp . 4-24.) (2392) PETZ , A. Modem Plastics as Raw Mat­ MULTHROPP, H. The Calculation of the Lift Dis­ erials for Adhesives. (Kunst- Mathematic s tribution of Aerofoils. (L.F.F., stoffe, Vol. 32, No. 2, 1942, (2388) Vol. 15, No. 4, 6.4.38, pp. pp . 49-54.) BEKGF.R, E. R.... Harmonic Analysis of Discrete 153-169.) (2399) Numerical Series. (Z.A.M.M., (2393) STAUDINGER , H. An Isoprene and Rubber—on Vol. 22, No. 5, Oct. 1942, HARTMANN, W. Discharge Tests and Force Meas­ LEUPOLD , E. 0. Homologues of Hydro-Caout­ pp . 269-272.) urements on the Stationary chouc. (Helv. Chim. Acta., (2397) Blading of a Single-Stage Ex­ Vol. 15, 1932, pp . 221-230.) BECK . W. The Kurzbach Method for the perimental Turbine in the Air Graphical Analysis of Natural Test Plant. (Forschungsheft Torsional Oscillations. (M.T.Z. Elasti c Theory No . 397, July-Aug. 1939.) Vol. 5, No. 8-9, Sept. 1943, (2373) VOLKERSEN, O. The Distribution of Forces on the pp . 242-248.) Engine s an d Thermodynamics River in Stretched Joints with (2380) Constant Strap Cross Section. Instrument s SEMONOF F The Theory of the Combustion (L.F.F. , Vol. 15, No. 1-2, (2386) SlLBER, R. ... Process. (Z. f Physik, Vol. 48, 20.1.38, pp. 41-47.) Torque Meter for Power-Driven OUDART, A. ... 1928, pp. 571-582.) (2394) Aircraft Models in the Wind (2382) WEWERKA , A. Notch Effect. (Maschinenabu, Tunnels. (Bull. des. Services ZEMAN , J. Recent Development of the Two- Vol. 8, No . 2, 1929, pp . 33-37.) Techniques , No. 84.) N. A. C. A. Technical Memoranda Professional Publications Under this heading are given each month the principal articles of ring contact is measured by means of a statistical Technical Memorandum No. 1068. Heat aeronautical interest appearing m the current issues of the Journals of method . Th e particular brush is fitted with wicks— the leading Professional Societies and Institutions. Transfer in a Turbulent Liquid or Gas Stream. tha t is, insulated and cemented cylinders of brush By. H. Latzko. ("Der Wärmeübergang an material , terminatin g in th e brush surface. Th e num­ Th e Institute of th e Aeronautica l Sciences cinen tyrbulentcn Fliissigkeitsoder Gasstrom." ber of partia l contact surfaces can be compute d from AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING th e length of the rest periods in which such wicks [Abstract of a Dissertation presented to the (MONTHLY) remai n without current. Resistance measurements Phil. Faculty of the Univ. of Vienna.] Z.f.a.M. Vol. 3, No. 11, Novembe r 1944. enable the determination of the size of the contact M., Vol. i , No. 4, August, 1921, pp . 268-290.) surfaces. The pressure in the actual contact surface "Daylight Training of Pilots for Night Flying." J. G. Beebe- Center, L. Carmichael and L. C Mead. of a recently bedded brush is found to be not much Th e theory of hea t transfer from a solid body to a "Lightweight Magnetic Direction Indicators." G. M. Giannini. lower tha n the Brinell hardness of th e brush. liquid stream could hitherto be presented only with "Lubrication Ceiling." P. H. Schweitzer. limiting assumptions about the movement of the Vol. 3, No. 12, December 1944. fluid (potential flow, laminar frictional flow). Technical Memorandum No. 1072. The "The Trend ot Wood Use in Aircraft." R. W. Hess. Fo r turbulent flow, th e most important practical "Application of the Variable Ratio V-Belt Principle in the case, previous theoretical considerations did not go Surface Structure of Ground Metal Crystals. Design of a Constant-Speed Propeller.'' LI, H. Leonard. beyon d dimensionless formulae and certain con­ "New Wrought Aluminium Alloys for Aircraft and New Temper By W. Boas and E. Schmid. ("Uber die Struk- clusions as to the analogy between the friction Modifications of Present Alloys.'' D. A. Lawless. tur der Oberflache gcschliffener Metallkris- "Aero-Economics." J. U. Kendrick. factor and the unit thermal conductance. In order "The Correlation of Aircraft Take-Off and Landing Characteristics t o obtain numerical results, an experimental treat­ talle." Naturwissenschaften, Vol. 20, Nos. 22/24, with Airport Size." A. L. Morse. men t of the problem has been resorted to, which May 27,1932, pp. 416-419.) gave rise to numerous investigations because of the Th e Society of Automotiv e Engineers Th e changes produced on metallic surfaces as a importanc e of this problem in many branches of S.A.E. JOURNAL (MONTHLY) result of grinding and polishing are not as ye t fully technology. However, the results of these investiga­ understood. Undoubtedly there is some more or less tions frequently deviate from one another. The Vol. 62, No. 12, December, 1944. marke d change in th e crystal structure, at least, in experimental results are especially dependent upon "The Intcreooling Problem in Airplane Design." A. D. Dickinson. to p layer. Heraby a diffusion of separated crystal th e overall dimensions and the specific proportions "Recent Trends in Airplane Ice-Prevention Technique." L. A. Rodcrt. particles may be involved, or, on plastic material, of the equipment. "Propeller and Gear Ratio Requirements for Aircraft Designed th e formation of a layer in greatly deformed state, I n the present work, an attempt is made to for Airway Operation." R. S. Schairer. wit h possible recrystallization in certain conditions. develop systematically the theory of the heat "Relation of Intake-Charge Cooling and Engine Performance." P.. A.'Droegemucller, D. S. Hessey and W. A. Rukel. Fo r s systematic investigation of the grinding transfe r and of the dependence of the unit thermal effect the roentgenographic method, brietly de­ conductanc e upon shape and dimensions, using as Vol. 63, No. 1, Januar y 1945. scribed in thefollowing, seemed suitable. The method a basis the velocity distribution for turbulent flow "Possibilities of Aircraft Structures in Ground Vehicles." M. consists of th e recording of Laue-reflection diagrams set up by Prandtl and Von Kármán. Short. wit h X-rays of specially long wave lengths—that is. "Difficulties with Engines Installed in Civil Aircraft."S. H. Rolle. X-ray s suitable for the study of the structure of Technical Memorandum No. 1071. Deter­ thi n sections. (See reference 4.) If, in addition, mination of the Actual Contact Surface of a Th e Royal Aeronautical Society diffractions lie at great angles of deviation for the Brush Contact. By Ragnar Holm. ("Eine JOURNAL (MONTHLY) characteristi c radiatio n of th e employed anticathode, Bestimmung der wirklichen Beruhrungsflache th e same arrangement makes it possible to detect Vol. 49, No. 410, February 1945. fine-grained layers or such with ordered texture by eines Burstenkontaktes." Wissenschaftliche Ver­ "Notes on Power - Operated Controls for Large Aircraft." th e appearance of Debye-Scherrer concentric rings A. Gouge. off entlichungen aus den Siemens Werken, Vol. Discussion on Civil Aviation. or layer lines. I n this manner th e grinding effect can 17, No. 4, 1938, pp. 43-47.) List of Council and Committees. bo followed by a series of records after etching with List of Branches. Th e number of partia l contac t surfaces of a brush- varyin g degree of severity. The Society's I'rizes.

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