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  Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
 Decade: 1950-1959
 Year: 1957
 Collection: Technical Report Archive and Image Library
Aerodynamic performance of several techniques for spike-position control of  a blunt-lip nose inlet having internal contraction; Mach numbers of 0.63 and 1.5 to 2.0

Aerodynamic performance of several techniques for spike-position control of a blunt-lip nose inlet having internal contraction; Mach numbers of 0.63 and 1.5 to 2.0

Date: September 17, 1957
Creator: Anderson, Arthur A
Description: None
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Aerodynamics of Oscillating Control Surfaces at Transonic Speeds

Aerodynamics of Oscillating Control Surfaces at Transonic Speeds

Date: June 17, 1957
Creator: Clevenson, S. A.
Description: Aerodynamic forces and moments of oscillating control surfaces at transonic speeds.
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Aging Characteristics of Hastelloy B

Aging Characteristics of Hastelloy B

Date: August 12, 1957
Creator: Clausing, Robert E.; Patriarca, P. & Manly, W. D.
Description: Report issued by the Oak Ridge National Laboratory discussing the aging characteristics of the alloy Hastelloy B. Materials, equipment, experimental procedures, and results used to determine the characteristics of the alloy are presented. This report includes tables, illustrations, and photographs.
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An air-borne target simulator for use with scope-presentation type fire-control systems

An air-borne target simulator for use with scope-presentation type fire-control systems

Date: May 10, 1957
Creator: Foster, John V
Description: None
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Airplane measurements of atmospheric turbulence for altitudes between 20,000 and 55,000 feet over the western part of the United States

Airplane measurements of atmospheric turbulence for altitudes between 20,000 and 55,000 feet over the western part of the United States

Date: August 23, 1957
Creator: Coleman, Thomas L
Description: None
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Altitude chamber evaluation of an aircraft liquid hydrogen fuel system used with a turbojet engine

Altitude chamber evaluation of an aircraft liquid hydrogen fuel system used with a turbojet engine

Date: August 19, 1957
Creator: Algranti, J. S.
Description: None
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Altitude free-jet investigation of dynamics of a 28-inch-diameter ram-jet engine

Altitude free-jet investigation of dynamics of a 28-inch-diameter ram-jet engine

Date: January 15, 1957
Creator: Crowl, R. J.
Description: None
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Altitude performance of a full-scale turbojet engine using pentaborane fuels

Altitude performance of a full-scale turbojet engine using pentaborane fuels

Date: February 28, 1957
Creator: Useller, James W
Description: None
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Altitude performance of a turbojet engine using pentaborane fuel

Altitude performance of a turbojet engine using pentaborane fuel

Date: May 20, 1957
Creator: Sivo, J. N.
Description: Altitude performance of turbojet engine using pentaborane fuel.
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Altitude performance of a turbojet engine using pentaborane fuel

Altitude performance of a turbojet engine using pentaborane fuel

Date: May 20, 1957
Creator: Sivo, Joseph N
Description: A full-scale turbojet engine having a two-stage turbine was operated with pentaborane fuel continuously for 11.5 minutes at a simulated altitude of 55,000 feet at a flight Mach number of 0.8. The engine incorporated an NACA combustor designed specifically for use with pentaborane fuel. The specific fuel consumption was initially reduced 32 percent below that obtained with gasoline fuel; however, the occurrence of a 25-percent reduction in net thrust after 8 minutes of operation resulted in a subsequent increase in specific fuel consumption to a value only 11.5 percent lower than that for gasoline.
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