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Aeronautics. Eighteenth annual report of the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, 1932. Including Technical Reports Nos. 401 to 440., (electronic resource)

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Aeronautics. Eighteenth annual report of the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, 1932. Including Technical Reports Nos. 401 to 440.
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Aeronautics. Eighteenth annual report of the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, 1932. Including Technical Reports Nos. 401 to 440.
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eng
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non fiction
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  • Abbott, Ira H.A
  • Bamber, Millard J
  • Beard, Albert P
  • Beij, K. Hilding
  • Brooks, Donal B
  • Castleman, R.A.
  • Clay, William C
  • Dryden, Hugh L.,
  • Freeman, Hugh B
  • Freeman, Ira Maximilian
  • Garlock, E.A
  • Gelalles, A.G
  • Harris, Thomas A
  • Jacobs, Eastman N
  • Klikoff, W.A
  • Lee, Dana W
  • Marsh, E.T
  • McAvoy, William H
  • Monish, B.H
  • Noyes, Richard W
  • Oswald, W. Bailey
  • Pearson, Henry A
  • Peck, William C
  • Rhode, Richard V
  • Rollin, Vern Gordon
  • Rothrock, A.M
  • Schey, Oscar W
  • Shortal, Joseph Adams
  • Stickle, George W
  • Theodorsen, Theodore
  • Upson, Ralph Hazlett
  • Waldron, C.D
  • Weick, Fred E
  • Wenzinger, Carl Joseph
  • Wheatley, John B
  • Wood, Donald H
  • Young, Alfred W
  • Zimmerman, Charles Horton
  • United States
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  • United States congressional serial set;
  • Senate document / 72nd Congress, 2nd session. Senate
Series volume
  • serial set no. 9667
  • no. 143
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  • United States
  • Aeronautics
  • Aircraft accidents and safety
  • Aircraft engines
  • Airlines
  • Airplanes
  • Engineering
  • Military aircraft
  • Navigation
  • Transportation research
  • Aircraft pilots
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Aeronautics. Eighteenth annual report of the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, 1932. Including Technical Reports Nos. 401 to 440., (electronic resource)
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Note
  • Table of contents, p. VII
  • Appendix, p. 237
  • Combustion in a high-speed compression-ignited engine, by A.M. Rothrock [No. 401], p. 63
  • Effect of orifice length-diameter ratio on fuel sprays for compression-ignition engines, by A.G. Gelalles [No. 402], p. 79
  • Ice prevention on aircraft by means of engine exhaust heat and a technical study of heat transmission from a Clark Y airfoil, by Theodore Theodorsen and William C. Clay [No. 403], p. 91
  • The effect of increased carburetor pressure on engine performance at several compression ratios, by Oscar W. Schey and Vern G. Rollin [No. 404], p. 113
  • Application of practical hydrodynamics to airship design, by Ralph H. Upson and W.A. Klikoff [No. 405], p. 123
  • Drop and flight tests on NY-2 landing gears including measurements of vertical velocities at landing, by W.C. Peck and A.P. Beard [No. 406], p. 141
  • The characteristics of a Clark Y wing model equipped with several forms of low-drag fixed slots, by Fred E. Weick and Carl J. Wenzinger [No. 407], p. 155
  • General formulas and charts for the calculation of airplane performance, by W. Bailey Oswald [No. 408], p. 163
  • The elimination of fire hazard due to back fires, by Theodore Theodorsen and Ira M. Freeman [No. 409], p. 211
  • The theory of wind-tunnel wall interference, by Theodore Theodorsen [No. 410], p. 219
  • Theory of wing sections of arbitrary shape, by Theodore Theodorsen [No. 411], p. 229
  • The 7 by 10 foot wind tunnel of the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, by Thomas A. Harris [No. 412], p. 241
  • A method for computing leading-edge loads, by Richard V. Rhode and Henry A. Pearson [No. 413], p. 249
  • The effect on airplane performance of the factors that must be considered in applying low-drag cowling to radial engines, by William H. McAvoy, Oscar W. Schey, and Alfred W. Young [No. 414], p. 259
  • Tests of nacelle-propeller combinations in various positions with reference to wings. Part I. Thick wing -- N.A.C.A. cowled nacelle-tractor propeller, by Donald H. Wood [No. 415], p. 277
  • The N.A.C.A. variable-density wind tunnel, by Eastman N. Jacobs and Ira H. Abbott [No. 416], p. 305
  • Pressure distribution tests on a series of Clark Y biplane cellules with special reference to stability, by Richard W. Noyes [No. 417], p. 315
  • Preliminary investigation of modifications to conventional airplanes to give nonstalling and short-landing characteristics, by Fred E. Weick [No. 418], p. 343
  • Wind-tunnel research comparing lateral control devices, particularly at high angles of attack. I. -- Ordinary ailerons on rectangular wings, by Fred E. Weick and Carl J. Wenzinger [No. 419], p. 357
  • Aircraft speed instruments, by K. Hilding Beij [No. 420], p. 381
  • Measurement of the differential and total thrust and torque of six full-scale adjustable-pitch propellers, by George W. Stickle [No. 421], p. 437
  • Wind-tunnel research comparing lateral control devices, particularly at high angles of attack. II. -- Slotted ailerons and Frise ailerons, by Fred E. Weick and Richard W. Noyes [No. 422], p. 457
  • Wind-tunnel research comparing lateral control devices, particularly at high angles of attack. III. -- Ordinary ailerons rigged up 10 [degrees] when neutral, by Fred E. Weick and Carl J. Wenzinger [No. 423], p. 471
  • Wind-tunnel research comparing lateral control devices, particularly at high angles of attack. IV. -- Floating tip ailerons on rectangular wings, by Fred E. Weick and Thomas A. Harris [No. 424], p. 481
  • The effect of nozzle design and operating conditions on the atomization and distribution of fuel sprays, by Dana W. Lee [No. 425], p. 505
  • The effect of humidity on engine power at altitude, by D.B. Brooks and E.Z. Garlock [No. 426], p. 523
  • The effect of multiple fixed slots and a trailing-edge flap on the lift and drag of a Clark Y airfoil, by Fred E. Weick and Joseph A. Shortal [No. 427], p. 531
  • Wind-tunnel tests of a Clark Y wing with a narrow auxiliary airfoil in different positions, by Fred E. Weick and Millard J. Bamber [No. 428], p. 537
  • The N.A.C.A. apparatus for studying the formation and combustion of fuel sprays and the results from preliminary tests, by A.M. Rothrock [No. 429], p. 549
  • Measurements of flow in the boundary layer of a 1/40-scale model of the U.S. airship Akron, by Hugh B. Freeman [No. 430], p. 567
  • Characteristics of Clark Y airfoils of small aspect ratios, by C.H. Zimmerman [No. 431], p. 581
  • Force measurements on a 1/40-scale model of the U.S. airship Akron, by Hugh B. Freeman [No. 432], p. 591
  • Rates of fuel discharge as affected by the design of fuel-injection systems for internal-combustion engines, by A.G. Gelalles and E.T. Marsh [No. 433], p. 607
  • Lift and drag characteristics and gliding performance of an autogiro as determined in flight, by John B. Wheatley [No. 434], p. 621
  • Fuel vaporization and its effect on combustion in a high-speed compression-ignition engine, by A.M. Rothrock and C.D. Waldron [No. 435], p. 629
  • Tests on nacelle-propeller combinations in various positions with reference to wings. II. -- Thick wing -- various radial-engine cowlings -- tractor propeller, by Donald H. Wood [No. 436], p. 653
  • The effect of area and aspect ratio on the yawing moments of rudders at large angles of pitch on three fuselages, by Hugh L. Dryden and B.H. Monish [No. 437], p. 693
  • Experiments on the distribution of fuel in fuel sprays, by Dana W. Lee [No. 438], p. 703
  • Wind-tunnel research comparing lateral control devices, particularly at high angles of attack. V. -- Spoilers and ailerons on rectangular wings, Fred E. Weick and Joseph A. Shortal [No. 439], p. 719
  • The mechanism of atomization accompanying solid injection, by R.A. Castleman, Jr. [No. 440], p. 735
Color
multicolored
Control code
NB00000228270
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
756 p.
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Other physical details
illustrations, tables
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(Readex)11CA6CCD850118F0
Terms governing use
©2007 by NewsBank, Inc. All rights reserved
Label
Aeronautics. Eighteenth annual report of the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, 1932. Including Technical Reports Nos. 401 to 440., (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • Table of contents, p. VII
  • Appendix, p. 237
  • Combustion in a high-speed compression-ignited engine, by A.M. Rothrock [No. 401], p. 63
  • Effect of orifice length-diameter ratio on fuel sprays for compression-ignition engines, by A.G. Gelalles [No. 402], p. 79
  • Ice prevention on aircraft by means of engine exhaust heat and a technical study of heat transmission from a Clark Y airfoil, by Theodore Theodorsen and William C. Clay [No. 403], p. 91
  • The effect of increased carburetor pressure on engine performance at several compression ratios, by Oscar W. Schey and Vern G. Rollin [No. 404], p. 113
  • Application of practical hydrodynamics to airship design, by Ralph H. Upson and W.A. Klikoff [No. 405], p. 123
  • Drop and flight tests on NY-2 landing gears including measurements of vertical velocities at landing, by W.C. Peck and A.P. Beard [No. 406], p. 141
  • The characteristics of a Clark Y wing model equipped with several forms of low-drag fixed slots, by Fred E. Weick and Carl J. Wenzinger [No. 407], p. 155
  • General formulas and charts for the calculation of airplane performance, by W. Bailey Oswald [No. 408], p. 163
  • The elimination of fire hazard due to back fires, by Theodore Theodorsen and Ira M. Freeman [No. 409], p. 211
  • The theory of wind-tunnel wall interference, by Theodore Theodorsen [No. 410], p. 219
  • Theory of wing sections of arbitrary shape, by Theodore Theodorsen [No. 411], p. 229
  • The 7 by 10 foot wind tunnel of the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, by Thomas A. Harris [No. 412], p. 241
  • A method for computing leading-edge loads, by Richard V. Rhode and Henry A. Pearson [No. 413], p. 249
  • The effect on airplane performance of the factors that must be considered in applying low-drag cowling to radial engines, by William H. McAvoy, Oscar W. Schey, and Alfred W. Young [No. 414], p. 259
  • Tests of nacelle-propeller combinations in various positions with reference to wings. Part I. Thick wing -- N.A.C.A. cowled nacelle-tractor propeller, by Donald H. Wood [No. 415], p. 277
  • The N.A.C.A. variable-density wind tunnel, by Eastman N. Jacobs and Ira H. Abbott [No. 416], p. 305
  • Pressure distribution tests on a series of Clark Y biplane cellules with special reference to stability, by Richard W. Noyes [No. 417], p. 315
  • Preliminary investigation of modifications to conventional airplanes to give nonstalling and short-landing characteristics, by Fred E. Weick [No. 418], p. 343
  • Wind-tunnel research comparing lateral control devices, particularly at high angles of attack. I. -- Ordinary ailerons on rectangular wings, by Fred E. Weick and Carl J. Wenzinger [No. 419], p. 357
  • Aircraft speed instruments, by K. Hilding Beij [No. 420], p. 381
  • Measurement of the differential and total thrust and torque of six full-scale adjustable-pitch propellers, by George W. Stickle [No. 421], p. 437
  • Wind-tunnel research comparing lateral control devices, particularly at high angles of attack. II. -- Slotted ailerons and Frise ailerons, by Fred E. Weick and Richard W. Noyes [No. 422], p. 457
  • Wind-tunnel research comparing lateral control devices, particularly at high angles of attack. III. -- Ordinary ailerons rigged up 10 [degrees] when neutral, by Fred E. Weick and Carl J. Wenzinger [No. 423], p. 471
  • Wind-tunnel research comparing lateral control devices, particularly at high angles of attack. IV. -- Floating tip ailerons on rectangular wings, by Fred E. Weick and Thomas A. Harris [No. 424], p. 481
  • The effect of nozzle design and operating conditions on the atomization and distribution of fuel sprays, by Dana W. Lee [No. 425], p. 505
  • The effect of humidity on engine power at altitude, by D.B. Brooks and E.Z. Garlock [No. 426], p. 523
  • The effect of multiple fixed slots and a trailing-edge flap on the lift and drag of a Clark Y airfoil, by Fred E. Weick and Joseph A. Shortal [No. 427], p. 531
  • Wind-tunnel tests of a Clark Y wing with a narrow auxiliary airfoil in different positions, by Fred E. Weick and Millard J. Bamber [No. 428], p. 537
  • The N.A.C.A. apparatus for studying the formation and combustion of fuel sprays and the results from preliminary tests, by A.M. Rothrock [No. 429], p. 549
  • Measurements of flow in the boundary layer of a 1/40-scale model of the U.S. airship Akron, by Hugh B. Freeman [No. 430], p. 567
  • Characteristics of Clark Y airfoils of small aspect ratios, by C.H. Zimmerman [No. 431], p. 581
  • Force measurements on a 1/40-scale model of the U.S. airship Akron, by Hugh B. Freeman [No. 432], p. 591
  • Rates of fuel discharge as affected by the design of fuel-injection systems for internal-combustion engines, by A.G. Gelalles and E.T. Marsh [No. 433], p. 607
  • Lift and drag characteristics and gliding performance of an autogiro as determined in flight, by John B. Wheatley [No. 434], p. 621
  • Fuel vaporization and its effect on combustion in a high-speed compression-ignition engine, by A.M. Rothrock and C.D. Waldron [No. 435], p. 629
  • Tests on nacelle-propeller combinations in various positions with reference to wings. II. -- Thick wing -- various radial-engine cowlings -- tractor propeller, by Donald H. Wood [No. 436], p. 653
  • The effect of area and aspect ratio on the yawing moments of rudders at large angles of pitch on three fuselages, by Hugh L. Dryden and B.H. Monish [No. 437], p. 693
  • Experiments on the distribution of fuel in fuel sprays, by Dana W. Lee [No. 438], p. 703
  • Wind-tunnel research comparing lateral control devices, particularly at high angles of attack. V. -- Spoilers and ailerons on rectangular wings, Fred E. Weick and Joseph A. Shortal [No. 439], p. 719
  • The mechanism of atomization accompanying solid injection, by R.A. Castleman, Jr. [No. 440], p. 735
Color
multicolored
Control code
NB00000228270
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
756 p.
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Other physical details
illustrations, tables
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(Readex)11CA6CCD850118F0
Terms governing use
©2007 by NewsBank, Inc. All rights reserved

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