Fabrics for aeronautic construction

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The Bureau of Standards undertook the investigation of airplane fabrics with the view of finding suitable substitutes for the linen fabrics, and it was decided that the fibers to be considered were cotton, ramie, silk, and hemp. Of these, the cotton fiber was the logical one to be given primary consideration. Report presents the suitability, tensibility and stretching properties of cotton fabric obtained by laboratory tests.

Creator(s): Walen, E D
Creation Date: January 1, 1918
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UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
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National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics Collection
Technical Report Archive and Image Library
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  • Creation: January 1, 1918
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The Bureau of Standards undertook the investigation of airplane fabrics with the view of finding suitable substitutes for the linen fabrics, and it was decided that the fibers to be considered were cotton, ramie, silk, and hemp. Of these, the cotton fiber was the logical one to be given primary consideration. Report presents the suitability, tensibility and stretching properties of cotton fabric obtained by laboratory tests.

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Serial Title: NACA Technical Reports
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UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
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National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics Collection
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Technical Report Archive and Image Library
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Resource Type: Report
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