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 Collection: National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics Collection
Supplies and production of aircraft wood
The purpose of this report is to present in brief form such information as is available regarding the supplies of the kinds of wood that have been used or seem likely to become important in the construction of airplanes, and the amount of lumber of each species normally put on the market each year. A general statement is given of the uses to which each kind of wood is or may be put. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc279543/
A theoretical investigation of the lateral oscillations of an airplane with free rudder with special reference to the effect of friction
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Spartan "Cruiser" commercial airplane (British) : a six-seat low-wing cantilever monoplane
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The De Havilland "Moth"
Officially designated D.H. 60, De Havilland's Moth is a small, simply made, 770 lb. aircraft. It has had it's fittings reduced in number to assist in this, seats 2 (including pilot) and uses a Cirrus 60 HP. engine. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc279568/
The Boeing mail airplane
The Boeing Mail Airplane is a biplane with cloth covered wings of wood and wire construction, a top speed of 130 MPH, and a fuel capacity of 100 gallons in two tanks. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc279540/
Nomenclature for Aeronautics
The nomenclature for aeronautics presented in this Report No. 474 is a revision of the last previous report on this subject (i.e., Report no. 240.) This report is published for the purpose of encouraging greater uniformity and precision in the use of terms relating to aeronautics, both in official documents of the Government and in commercial publications. Terms in general use in other branches of engineering have been included only where they have some special significance in aeronautics, or form an integral part of its terminology. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc279570/
The Measurement of Fuel-Air Ratio by Analysis for the Oxidized Exhaust Gas
An investigation was made to determine a method of measuring fuel-air ratio that could be used for test purposes in flight and for checking conventional equipment in the laboratory. Two single-cylinder test engines equipped with typical commercial engine cylinders were used. The fuel-air ratio of the mixture delivered to the engines was determined by direct measurement of the quantity of air and of fuel supplied and also by analysis of the oxidized exhaust gas and of the normal exhaust gas. Five fuels were used: gasoline that complied with Army-Navy fuel Specification No. AN-VV-F-781 and four mixtures of this gasoline with toluene, benzene, and xylene. The method of determining the fuel-air ratio described in this report involves the measurement of the carbon-dioxide content of the oxidized exhaust gas and the use of graphs for the presented equation. This method is considered useful in aircraft, in the field, or in the laboratory for a range of fuel-air ratios from 0.047 to 0.124. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc279515/
The Caudron P.V. 200 touring airplane (French) : an all-metal amphibian monoplane
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The D.H."Dragon Moth" commercial airplane (British) : a twin-engine 6-passenger biplane
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The Henderson "Hendy" 302 cabin airplane (British) : a two-seat low-wing cantilever monoplane
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The transformation of heat in an engine
This report presents a thermodynamic basis for rating heat engines. The production of work by a heat engine rests on the operation of supplying heat, under favorable conditions, to a working fluid and then taking it away. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc279532/
Single-cylinder oil-control tests of porous chrome plated cylinder barrels for radial air-cooled engines
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The Fiat "T.R.1" training and touring airplane (Italian) : a two-place high-wing monoplane
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The effect of cowling on cylinder temperatures and performance of a Wright J-5 engine
This report presents the results of tests conducted to determine the effect of different amounts and kinds of cowling on the performance and cylinder temperatures of a standard Wright J-5 engine. These tests were conducted in conjunction with drag and propeller tests in which the same cowlings were used. Four different cowlings were investigated varying from the one extreme of no cowling on the engine to the other extreme of the engine completely cowled and the cooling air flowing inside the cowling through an opening in the nose and out through an annular opening at the rear of the engine. Each cowling was tested at air speeds of approximately 60, 80, and 100 miles per hour. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc279502/
The Vickers-Supermarine "Scapa" (British) : a military flying boat
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The Bernard 120 seaplane (French) : a 1400 hp single-seat monoplane racer
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The flow of a compressible fluid past a curved surface
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Analysis of wind-tunnel stability and control tests in terms of flying qualities in full-scale airplanes
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The Dyle and Bacalan "DB 70" commercial airplane (French) : an all-metal high-wing monoplane
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The Short S.7 "Mussel" : a training seaplane with 65 HP. "Cirrus" engine
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The Armstrong-Whitworth "Argosy" : the latest three-engined commercial airplane
Describes the utility of multi-engine aircraft with special regard to the Argosy, which will seat up to 20 passengers and who's engines turn out nearly 1200 HP. The Argosy had a top speed of 110 MPH, and a range of 400 miles. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc279527/
Critical combinations of shear and transverse direct stress for an infinitely long flat plate with edges elastically restrained against rotation
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Liore-Olivier LeO 194 seaplane
It's fuselage is made entirely of wood. It has 6 gasoline tanks each with a capacity of 255 liters. It is a single engine biplane with wings mounted above the body of the seaplane. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc279469/
Fokker F.XX commercial airplane (Dutch) : a high-wing cantilever monoplane
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The Dyle and Bacalan "D.B. 80" day mail airplane (French) : an all-metal high-wing monoplane
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The Avia 51 commercial airplane (Czechoslovakian) : a cantilever high-wing monoplane
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Emergency measures for increasing the range of fighter airplanes
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Training airplane "Avia B.H. 11."
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The Wibault 280 T.10 commercial airplane (French) : an all-metal, cantilever, low-wing monoplane
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The Gloster "Gambet" airplane : a deck-landing ship's fighter fitted with a 420 HP. Bristol Jupiter VI engine
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The knock-limited performance of S reference fuel plus 2 milliliters of triethylthallium per gallon
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Fuel-evaporation loss as determined by the change in the specific gravity of the fuel in an aircraft fuel tank
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Experiments on drag of revolving disks, cylinders and streamline rods at high speeds
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Wall interference in a two-dimensional-flow wind tunnel with consideration of the effect of compressibility
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The effect of altitude on cooling
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The Caproni monoplanes "Ca 97" Italian
The Ca 97 is constructed with wings half overhung, a large fuselage, all metal construction, and can be configured with 1 to 3 engines. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc279486/
Dyle and Bacalan metal monoplane, D.B. 10 : night bomber - equipped with two 420 HP. Jupiter engines
The D.B. 10 is manufactured of duraluminum and special high resistance steel. It can be used as a passenger aircraft or as a bomber. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc279420/
The Blackburn "Bluebird" "two-seat training and sport airplane
The Bluebird is a two seat, side by side biplane, designed primarily for training and pleasure flying. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc279423/
Review of flight tests of NACA C and D cowlings on the XP-42 airplane
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A method for studying the hunting oscillations of and airplane with a simple type of automatic control
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A general representation for axial-flow fans and turbines
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The Westland "Widgeon III" "Cirrus II: or "Genet II" engine
The Widgeon III is a parasol type monoplane. One of it's strongest features was the high degree of visibility available to the pilot. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc279676/
Baynes Bee light airplane (British) : a two-seat high-wing monoplane
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The Armstrong Whitworth "Starling" (British) : (single seat fighter)
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The Dewoitine D.332 commercial airplane (French) : a three-engine all-metal low-wing monoplane
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Reciprocity relations in aerodynamics
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A pressure-distribution investigation of a fineness-ratio-12.2 parabolic body of revolution (NACA RM-10) at M = 1.59 and angles of attack up to 36 degrees
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An investigation of a thermal ice-prevention system for a C-46 cargo airplane III : description of thermal ice-prevention equipment for wings, empennage, and windshield
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Flight tests of several exhaust-gas-to-air heat exchangers in the B-17F airplane
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The Hanriot H 431 military airplane (French) : a general purpose biplane
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