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Aeronautics. Twentieth annual report of the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, 1934, including technical reports Nos. 475 to 507., (electronic resource)

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Aeronautics. Twentieth annual report of the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, 1934, including technical reports Nos. 475 to 507.
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Aeronautics. Twentieth annual report of the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, 1934, including technical reports Nos. 475 to 507.
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non fiction
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  • Beard, Albert P
  • Biermann, Arnold E
  • Biermann, David
  • Bioletti, Carlton
  • Caldwell, Frank R
  • Clay, William C
  • Diehl, Walter S
  • Donnell, L.H
  • Draper, C.S.,
  • Dryden, Hugh L.,
  • Gelalles, A.G
  • Gerrish, Harold C
  • Gough, Melvin N.,
  • Hartman, Edwin P
  • Herrnstein, William H.
  • Hood, Manley J
  • Marsh, E.T
  • Marvin, Charles F.,
  • McHugh, James G
  • Milliken, C.B
  • Mutchler, Willard
  • Peck, William C
  • Pinkel, Benjamin
  • Rhode, Richard V
  • Rothrock, A.M
  • Scudder, Nathan F
  • Sherman, Albert
  • Silverstein, Abe
  • Soule, Hartley A.,
  • Spanogle, J.A
  • Spencer, Robert C
  • Stack, John
  • Steele, Sydney
  • Tessmann, Arthur M
  • Theodorsen, Theodore
  • Thompson, F.L
  • Truscott, Starr
  • Valentine, E. Floyd
  • Von Doenhoff, Albert E
  • Von Karman, Theodore
  • Weick, Fred E
  • Wenzinger, Carl Joseph
  • Wheatley, John B
  • White, James A
  • Whitney, E.G
  • Wood, Donald H
  • United States
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  • United States congressional serial set;
  • Senate document / 74th Congress, 1st session. Senate
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  • serial set no. 9911
  • no. 3
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  • United States
  • Aeronautics
  • Aircraft accidents and safety
  • Aircraft construction
  • Aircraft engines
  • Aircraft parts
  • Aircraft
  • Autogiros
  • Transportation research
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Aeronautics. Twentieth annual report of the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, 1934, including technical reports Nos. 475 to 507., (electronic resource)
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Publication
Note
  • List of technical reports, p. VII
  • Wing pressure distribution and rotor-blade motion of an autogiro as determined in flight, by John B. Wheatley [No. 475], p. 43
  • Relation of hydrogen and methane to carbon monoxide in exhaust gases from internal combustion engines, by Harold C. Gerrish and Arthur M. Tessmann [No. 476], p. 53
  • Effect of viscosity on fuel leakage between lapped plungers and sleeves and on the discharge from a pump-injection system, by A.M. Rothrock and E.T. Marsh [No. 477], p. 63
  • Experimental verification of the theory of wind-tunnel boundary interference, by Theodore Theodorsen and Abe Silverstein [No. 478], p. 79
  • Stability of thin-walled tubes under torsion, by L.H. Donnell [No. 479], p. 95
  • The aerodynamic effects of wing cut-outs, by Albert Sherman [No. 480], p. 117
  • Working charts for the determination of propeller thrust at various air speeds, by Edwin P. Hartman [No. 481], p. 123
  • Wing-fuselage interference, tail buffeting, and air flow about the tail of a low-wing monoplane, by James A. White and Manley J. Hood [No. 482], p. 143
  • Effect of moderate air flow on the distribution of fuel sprays after injection cut-off, by A.M. Rothrock and R.C. Spencer [No. 483], p. 163
  • A flight investigation of the effect of mass distribution and control setting on the spinning of the XN2Y-1 airplane, by N.F. Scudder [No. 484], p. 185
  • The drag of airplane wheels, wheel fairings, and landing gears-I, by William H. Herrnstein, Jr. and David Biermann [No. 485], p. 193
  • Infrared radiation from explosions in a spark-ignition engine, by Charles F. Marvin, Jr., Frank R. Caldwell, and Sydney Steele [No. 486], p. 223
  • An aerodynamic analysis of the autogiro rotor with a comparison between calculated and experimental results, by John B. Wheatley [No. 487], p. 235
  • Heat transfer from finned metal cylinders in an air stream, by Arnold E. Biermann and Benjamin Pinkel [No. 488], p. 251
  • Air conditions close to the ground and the effect on airplane landings, by F.L. Thompson, W.C. Peck, and A.P. Beard [No. 489], p. 271
  • The weathering of aluminum alloy sheet materials used in aircraft, by Willard Mutchler [No. 490], p. 285
  • Vibration response of airplane structures, by T. Theodorsen and A.G. Gelalles [No. 491], p. 319
  • Tests of 16 related airfoils at high speeds, by John Stack and Albert B. von Doenhoff [No. 492], p. 339
  • The physical effects of detonation in a closed cylindrical chamber, by C.S. Draper [No. 493], p. 361
  • A flight investigation of the lateral control characteristics of short wide ailerons and various spoilers with different amounts of wing dihedral, by Fred E. Weick, Hartley A. Soule, and Melvin N. Gough [No. 494], p. 381
  • A description and test results of a spark-ignition and a compression-ignition 2-stroke cycle engine, by J.A. Spanogle and E.G. Whitney [No. 495], p. 395
  • General theory of aerodynamic instability and the mechanism of flutter, by Theodore Theodorsen [No. 496], p. 413
  • Computation of the two-dimensional flow in a laminar boundary layer, by Hugh L. Dryden [No. 497], p. 435
  • Improved airplane windshields to provide vision in stormy weather, by William C. Clay [No. 498], p. 445
  • Wind tunnel research comparing lateral control devices, particularly at high angles of attack. XII. -- Upper surface ailerons on wings with split flaps, by Fred E. Weick and Carl J. Wenzinger [No. 499], p. 463
  • The influence of tip shape on the wing-load distribution as determined by flight tests, by Richard V. Rhode [No. 500], p. 479
  • Relative loading on biplane wings of unequal chords, by Walter S. Diehl [No. 501], p. 503
  • Scale effect on Clark V airfoil characteristics from N.A.C.A. full-scale wind-tunnel tests, by Abe Silverstein [No. 502], p. 509
  • The effect of spray strips on the take-off performance of a model of a flying boat hull, by Starr Truscott [No. 503], p. 523
  • On the theory of laminar boundary layers involving separation, by Th. von Karman and C.B. Milliken [No. 504], p. 541
  • Tests of nacelle-propeller combinations in various positions in reference to wings. IV. -- Thick wing -- various radial engine cowlings -- tandem propellers, by James G. McHugh [No. 505], p. 561
  • Tests of nacelle-propeller combinations in various positions in reference to wings. V. -- Clark Y biplane cellule -- N.A.C.A. cowled nacelle -- tractor propeller, by E. Floyd Valentine [No. 506], p. 603
  • Tests of nacelle-propeller combinations in various positions with reference to wings. VI. -- Wings and nacelles with pusher propeller, by Donald H. Wood and Carlton Bioletti [No. 507], p. 619
Color
multicolored
Control code
NB00000233475
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
657 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)11D06344E25E04F8
Terms governing use
©2007 by NewsBank, Inc. All rights reserved
Label
Aeronautics. Twentieth annual report of the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, 1934, including technical reports Nos. 475 to 507., (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • List of technical reports, p. VII
  • Wing pressure distribution and rotor-blade motion of an autogiro as determined in flight, by John B. Wheatley [No. 475], p. 43
  • Relation of hydrogen and methane to carbon monoxide in exhaust gases from internal combustion engines, by Harold C. Gerrish and Arthur M. Tessmann [No. 476], p. 53
  • Effect of viscosity on fuel leakage between lapped plungers and sleeves and on the discharge from a pump-injection system, by A.M. Rothrock and E.T. Marsh [No. 477], p. 63
  • Experimental verification of the theory of wind-tunnel boundary interference, by Theodore Theodorsen and Abe Silverstein [No. 478], p. 79
  • Stability of thin-walled tubes under torsion, by L.H. Donnell [No. 479], p. 95
  • The aerodynamic effects of wing cut-outs, by Albert Sherman [No. 480], p. 117
  • Working charts for the determination of propeller thrust at various air speeds, by Edwin P. Hartman [No. 481], p. 123
  • Wing-fuselage interference, tail buffeting, and air flow about the tail of a low-wing monoplane, by James A. White and Manley J. Hood [No. 482], p. 143
  • Effect of moderate air flow on the distribution of fuel sprays after injection cut-off, by A.M. Rothrock and R.C. Spencer [No. 483], p. 163
  • A flight investigation of the effect of mass distribution and control setting on the spinning of the XN2Y-1 airplane, by N.F. Scudder [No. 484], p. 185
  • The drag of airplane wheels, wheel fairings, and landing gears-I, by William H. Herrnstein, Jr. and David Biermann [No. 485], p. 193
  • Infrared radiation from explosions in a spark-ignition engine, by Charles F. Marvin, Jr., Frank R. Caldwell, and Sydney Steele [No. 486], p. 223
  • An aerodynamic analysis of the autogiro rotor with a comparison between calculated and experimental results, by John B. Wheatley [No. 487], p. 235
  • Heat transfer from finned metal cylinders in an air stream, by Arnold E. Biermann and Benjamin Pinkel [No. 488], p. 251
  • Air conditions close to the ground and the effect on airplane landings, by F.L. Thompson, W.C. Peck, and A.P. Beard [No. 489], p. 271
  • The weathering of aluminum alloy sheet materials used in aircraft, by Willard Mutchler [No. 490], p. 285
  • Vibration response of airplane structures, by T. Theodorsen and A.G. Gelalles [No. 491], p. 319
  • Tests of 16 related airfoils at high speeds, by John Stack and Albert B. von Doenhoff [No. 492], p. 339
  • The physical effects of detonation in a closed cylindrical chamber, by C.S. Draper [No. 493], p. 361
  • A flight investigation of the lateral control characteristics of short wide ailerons and various spoilers with different amounts of wing dihedral, by Fred E. Weick, Hartley A. Soule, and Melvin N. Gough [No. 494], p. 381
  • A description and test results of a spark-ignition and a compression-ignition 2-stroke cycle engine, by J.A. Spanogle and E.G. Whitney [No. 495], p. 395
  • General theory of aerodynamic instability and the mechanism of flutter, by Theodore Theodorsen [No. 496], p. 413
  • Computation of the two-dimensional flow in a laminar boundary layer, by Hugh L. Dryden [No. 497], p. 435
  • Improved airplane windshields to provide vision in stormy weather, by William C. Clay [No. 498], p. 445
  • Wind tunnel research comparing lateral control devices, particularly at high angles of attack. XII. -- Upper surface ailerons on wings with split flaps, by Fred E. Weick and Carl J. Wenzinger [No. 499], p. 463
  • The influence of tip shape on the wing-load distribution as determined by flight tests, by Richard V. Rhode [No. 500], p. 479
  • Relative loading on biplane wings of unequal chords, by Walter S. Diehl [No. 501], p. 503
  • Scale effect on Clark V airfoil characteristics from N.A.C.A. full-scale wind-tunnel tests, by Abe Silverstein [No. 502], p. 509
  • The effect of spray strips on the take-off performance of a model of a flying boat hull, by Starr Truscott [No. 503], p. 523
  • On the theory of laminar boundary layers involving separation, by Th. von Karman and C.B. Milliken [No. 504], p. 541
  • Tests of nacelle-propeller combinations in various positions in reference to wings. IV. -- Thick wing -- various radial engine cowlings -- tandem propellers, by James G. McHugh [No. 505], p. 561
  • Tests of nacelle-propeller combinations in various positions in reference to wings. V. -- Clark Y biplane cellule -- N.A.C.A. cowled nacelle -- tractor propeller, by E. Floyd Valentine [No. 506], p. 603
  • Tests of nacelle-propeller combinations in various positions with reference to wings. VI. -- Wings and nacelles with pusher propeller, by Donald H. Wood and Carlton Bioletti [No. 507], p. 619
Color
multicolored
Control code
NB00000233475
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
657 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)11D06344E25E04F8
Terms governing use
©2007 by NewsBank, Inc. All rights reserved

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