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The Resource Aeronautics. Nineteenth annual report of the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, 1933, including Technical Reports Nos. 441 to 474., (electronic resource)

Aeronautics. Nineteenth annual report of the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, 1933, including Technical Reports Nos. 441 to 474., (electronic resource)

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Aeronautics. Nineteenth annual report of the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, 1933, including Technical Reports Nos. 441 to 474.
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Aeronautics. Nineteenth annual report of the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, 1933, including Technical Reports Nos. 441 to 474.
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non fiction
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  • Abbott, Ira H.A
  • Bamber, Millard J
  • Brombacher, W.G
  • De France, Smith J
  • Diehl, Walter S
  • Dryden, Hugh L.,
  • Freeman, Hugh B
  • Garrick, I.E
  • Harris, Thomas A
  • Hartman, Edwin P
  • Herrnstein, William H.
  • Hicks, Chester W
  • Jacobs, Eastman N
  • Kirschbaum, H.W
  • Kuhn, Paul
  • Lee, Dana W
  • Lundquist, Eugene E
  • March, E.T
  • Mock, W.C.
  • Pinkerton, Robert M
  • Rothrock, A.M
  • Sanders, Robert
  • Schey, Oscar W
  • Schudder, Nathan F
  • Sherman, Albert
  • Sontag, Harcourt
  • Soule, Hartley A.,
  • Spanogle, J.A
  • Spencer, Robert C
  • Stack, John
  • Theodorsen, Theodore
  • Thompson, F.L
  • Truscott, Starr
  • Ward, Kenneth E
  • Weick, Fred E
  • 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 / 73rd Congress, 2nd session. Senate
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  • serial set no. 9802
  • no. 90
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  • United States
  • Aeronautics
  • Aircraft engines
  • Aircraft parts
  • Aircraft
  • Engineering
  • Fuel
  • Military aircraft
  • Transportation research
  • Wind tunnels
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Aeronautics. Nineteenth annual report of the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, 1933, including Technical Reports Nos. 441 to 474., (electronic resource)
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  • List of technical reports, p. VII
  • A flight investigation of the spinning of the NY-1 airplane with varied mass distribution and other modifications, and an analysis based on wind-tunnel tests, by Nathan F. Schudder [No. 441], p. 37
  • A comparison between the theoretical and measured longitudinal stability characteristics of an airplane, by Hartley A. Soule and John B. Wheatley [No. 442], p. 53
  • Pressure-distribution measurements on the hull and fins of a 1/40-scale model of the U.S. airship Akron, by Hugh B. Freeman [No. 443], p. 67
  • Wind-tunnel research comparing lateral control devices particularly at high angles of attack. VI. -- Skewed ailerons and rectangular wings, by Fred E. Weick and Thomas A. Harris [No. 444], p. 81
  • Working charts for the determination of the lift distribution between biplane wings, by Paul Kuhn [No. 445], p. 93
  • Airfoil section characteristics as affected by protuberances, by Eastman N. Jacobs [No. 446], p. 109
  • Static thrust of airplane propellers, by Walter S. Diehl [No. 447], p. 125
  • Improved apparatus for the measurement of fluctuations of air speed in turbulent flow, by W.C. Mock, Jr. and H.L. Dryden [No. 448], p. 131
  • Wing characteristics as affected by protuberances of short span, by Eastman N. Jacobs and Albert Sherman [No. 449], p. 155
  • The calculation of take-off run, by Walter S. Diehl [No. 450], p. 163
  • The drag of two streamline bodies as affected by protuberances and appendages, by Ira H. Abbot [No. 451], p. 171
  • General potential theory of arbitrary wing sections, by T. Theodorsen and I.E. Garrick [No. 452], p. 177
  • The estimation of maximum load capacity of seaplanes and flying boats, by Walter S. Diehl [No. 453], p. 211
  • Photomicrographic studies of fuel sprays, by Dana W. Lee and Robert C. Spencer [No. 454], p. 215
  • Penetration and duration of fuel sprays from a pump injection system, by A.M. Rothrock and E.T. March [No. 455], p. 241
  • The aerodynamic forces and moments exerted on a spinning model of the NY-1 airplane as measured by the spinning balance, by M.J. Bamber and C.H. Zimmerman [No. 456], p. 249
  • Maneuverability investigation of O3U-1 observation airplane, by F.L. Thompson and H.W. Kirschbaum [No. 457], p. 263
  • Relative loading on biplane wings, by Walter S. Diehl [No. 458], p. 275
  • The N.A.C.A. full-scale wind tunnel, by Smith J. De France [No. 459], p. 291
  • The characteristics of 78 related airfoil sections from tests in the variable-density wind tunnel, by Eastman N. Jacobs, Kenneth E. Ward, and Robert M. Pinkerton [No. 460], p. 299
  • Interference on an airfoil of finite span in an open rectangular wind tunnel, by Theodore Theodoresen [No. 561], p. 355
  • Tests of nacelle-propeller combinations in various positions with reference to wings. III. -- Clark Y wing -- Various radial-engine cowlings -- Tractor propeller, by Donald H. Wood [No. 462], p. 359
  • The N.A.C.A. high-speed wind tunnel and tests of six propeller sections, by John Stack [No. 463], p. 399
  • Negative thrust and torque characteristics of an adjustable-pitch metal propeller, by Edwin P. Hartmen [No 464], p. 421
  • Determination of the theoretical pressure distribution for twenty airfoils, by I.E. Garrick [No. 465], p. 433
  • Aircraft power-plant instruments, by Harcourt Sontag and W.G. Brombacher [No. 466], p. 447
  • The experimental determination of the moments of inertia of airplanes, by Hartley A. Soule and Marvel P. Miller [No. 467], p. 501
  • The interference between struts in various combinations, by David Biermann and William H. Herrnstein, Jr. [No. 468], p. 515
  • Increasing the air charge and scavenging the clearance volume of a compression-ignition engine, by J.S. Spanogle, C.W. Hicks, and H.H. Foster [No. 469], p. 525
  • The N.A.C.A. tank: A high-speed towing basin for testing models of seaplane floats, by Starr Truscott [No. 470], p. 535
  • Performance of a fuel-injection spark-ignition engine using a hydrogenated safety fuel, by Oscar W. Schey and Alfred W. Young [No. 471], p. 557
  • Wind-tunnel tests on combinations of a wing with fixed auxiliary airfoils having various chords and profiles, by Fred E. Weick and Robert Sanders [No. 472], p. 567
  • Strength tests of thin-walled duralumin cylinders in compression, by Eugene E. Lundquist [No. 473], p. 585
  • Nomenclature for aeronautics, by National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics [No. 474], p. 603
  • Appendix, p. 65
Color
multicolored
Control code
NB00000229921
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
645 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)11CE1F1595093548
Terms governing use
©2007 by NewsBank, Inc. All rights reserved
Label
Aeronautics. Nineteenth annual report of the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, 1933, including Technical Reports Nos. 441 to 474., (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • List of technical reports, p. VII
  • A flight investigation of the spinning of the NY-1 airplane with varied mass distribution and other modifications, and an analysis based on wind-tunnel tests, by Nathan F. Schudder [No. 441], p. 37
  • A comparison between the theoretical and measured longitudinal stability characteristics of an airplane, by Hartley A. Soule and John B. Wheatley [No. 442], p. 53
  • Pressure-distribution measurements on the hull and fins of a 1/40-scale model of the U.S. airship Akron, by Hugh B. Freeman [No. 443], p. 67
  • Wind-tunnel research comparing lateral control devices particularly at high angles of attack. VI. -- Skewed ailerons and rectangular wings, by Fred E. Weick and Thomas A. Harris [No. 444], p. 81
  • Working charts for the determination of the lift distribution between biplane wings, by Paul Kuhn [No. 445], p. 93
  • Airfoil section characteristics as affected by protuberances, by Eastman N. Jacobs [No. 446], p. 109
  • Static thrust of airplane propellers, by Walter S. Diehl [No. 447], p. 125
  • Improved apparatus for the measurement of fluctuations of air speed in turbulent flow, by W.C. Mock, Jr. and H.L. Dryden [No. 448], p. 131
  • Wing characteristics as affected by protuberances of short span, by Eastman N. Jacobs and Albert Sherman [No. 449], p. 155
  • The calculation of take-off run, by Walter S. Diehl [No. 450], p. 163
  • The drag of two streamline bodies as affected by protuberances and appendages, by Ira H. Abbot [No. 451], p. 171
  • General potential theory of arbitrary wing sections, by T. Theodorsen and I.E. Garrick [No. 452], p. 177
  • The estimation of maximum load capacity of seaplanes and flying boats, by Walter S. Diehl [No. 453], p. 211
  • Photomicrographic studies of fuel sprays, by Dana W. Lee and Robert C. Spencer [No. 454], p. 215
  • Penetration and duration of fuel sprays from a pump injection system, by A.M. Rothrock and E.T. March [No. 455], p. 241
  • The aerodynamic forces and moments exerted on a spinning model of the NY-1 airplane as measured by the spinning balance, by M.J. Bamber and C.H. Zimmerman [No. 456], p. 249
  • Maneuverability investigation of O3U-1 observation airplane, by F.L. Thompson and H.W. Kirschbaum [No. 457], p. 263
  • Relative loading on biplane wings, by Walter S. Diehl [No. 458], p. 275
  • The N.A.C.A. full-scale wind tunnel, by Smith J. De France [No. 459], p. 291
  • The characteristics of 78 related airfoil sections from tests in the variable-density wind tunnel, by Eastman N. Jacobs, Kenneth E. Ward, and Robert M. Pinkerton [No. 460], p. 299
  • Interference on an airfoil of finite span in an open rectangular wind tunnel, by Theodore Theodoresen [No. 561], p. 355
  • Tests of nacelle-propeller combinations in various positions with reference to wings. III. -- Clark Y wing -- Various radial-engine cowlings -- Tractor propeller, by Donald H. Wood [No. 462], p. 359
  • The N.A.C.A. high-speed wind tunnel and tests of six propeller sections, by John Stack [No. 463], p. 399
  • Negative thrust and torque characteristics of an adjustable-pitch metal propeller, by Edwin P. Hartmen [No 464], p. 421
  • Determination of the theoretical pressure distribution for twenty airfoils, by I.E. Garrick [No. 465], p. 433
  • Aircraft power-plant instruments, by Harcourt Sontag and W.G. Brombacher [No. 466], p. 447
  • The experimental determination of the moments of inertia of airplanes, by Hartley A. Soule and Marvel P. Miller [No. 467], p. 501
  • The interference between struts in various combinations, by David Biermann and William H. Herrnstein, Jr. [No. 468], p. 515
  • Increasing the air charge and scavenging the clearance volume of a compression-ignition engine, by J.S. Spanogle, C.W. Hicks, and H.H. Foster [No. 469], p. 525
  • The N.A.C.A. tank: A high-speed towing basin for testing models of seaplane floats, by Starr Truscott [No. 470], p. 535
  • Performance of a fuel-injection spark-ignition engine using a hydrogenated safety fuel, by Oscar W. Schey and Alfred W. Young [No. 471], p. 557
  • Wind-tunnel tests on combinations of a wing with fixed auxiliary airfoils having various chords and profiles, by Fred E. Weick and Robert Sanders [No. 472], p. 567
  • Strength tests of thin-walled duralumin cylinders in compression, by Eugene E. Lundquist [No. 473], p. 585
  • Nomenclature for aeronautics, by National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics [No. 474], p. 603
  • Appendix, p. 65
Color
multicolored
Control code
NB00000229921
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
645 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)11CE1F1595093548
Terms governing use
©2007 by NewsBank, Inc. All rights reserved

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