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Roll Cladding Uranium-Zirconium and Uranium-Zirconium-Niobium Alloys with Zircaloy-2 for Plate-Type Fuel Elements

Roll Cladding Uranium-Zirconium and Uranium-Zirconium-Niobium Alloys with Zircaloy-2 for Plate-Type Fuel Elements

Date: February 1958
Creator: Bean, C. H.; Macherey, R. E. & Lindgren, J. R.
Description: None
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Stability of propane-air flames in vortex flow

Stability of propane-air flames in vortex flow

Date: February 1, 1958
Creator: Potter, A E , Jr; Wong, E L & Berlad, A L
Description: None
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Summary of flutter experiences as a guide to the preliminary design of lifting surfaces on missiles

Summary of flutter experiences as a guide to the preliminary design of lifting surfaces on missiles

Date: February 1, 1958
Creator: Martin, Dennis J
Description: Presented is a limited review of some experiences in flight testing of missiles and of wing flutter investigations that may be of interest in missile design. Several types of flutter of concern in missile studies are briefly described. Crude criteria are presented for two of the most common types of flutter to permit a rapid estimate to be made of the probability of the occurrence of flutter. Many of the details of the flutter problem have been omitted, and only the broader elements have been retained so as to give the designer an overall view of the subject.
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Temperature-pressure-time relations in a closed cryogenic container

Temperature-pressure-time relations in a closed cryogenic container

Date: February 1, 1958
Creator: Huntley, Sidney C
Description: None
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Theoretical investigation of subsonic oscillatory blade-row aerodynamics

Theoretical investigation of subsonic oscillatory blade-row aerodynamics

Date: February 1, 1958
Creator: Lane, Frank & Friedman, Manfred
Description: None
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Turbulent flow through porous resistances slightly inclined to the flow direction

Turbulent flow through porous resistances slightly inclined to the flow direction

Date: February 1, 1958
Creator: Loeffler, Albert L , Jr & Perlmutter, Morris
Description: None
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Heat transfer measured on a flat-face cylinder-flare configuration in free flight at Mach numbers from 1.6 to 2.7

Heat transfer measured on a flat-face cylinder-flare configuration in free flight at Mach numbers from 1.6 to 2.7

Date: February 3, 1958
Creator: Lee, Dorothy B & Swanson, Andrew G
Description: None
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Subsonic aerodynamic characteristics up to extreme angles of attack of an airplane model having an unswept wing and a high horizontal tail

Subsonic aerodynamic characteristics up to extreme angles of attack of an airplane model having an unswept wing and a high horizontal tail

Date: February 3, 1958
Creator: Tinling, Bruce E
Description: None
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A wind-tunnel investigation of several wingless missile configurations at supersonic speeds

A wind-tunnel investigation of several wingless missile configurations at supersonic speeds

Date: February 3, 1958
Creator: Reese, David E , Jr
Description: None
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A wind tunnel investigation of several wingless missile configurations at supersonic speeds

A wind tunnel investigation of several wingless missile configurations at supersonic speeds

Date: February 3, 1958
Creator: Reese, D. E., Jr.
Description: None
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Wind-tunnel investigation of the effects of lip geometry on drag and pressure recovery of a normal-shock nose inlet on a body of revolution at Mach numbers of 1.41 and 1.81

Wind-tunnel investigation of the effects of lip geometry on drag and pressure recovery of a normal-shock nose inlet on a body of revolution at Mach numbers of 1.41 and 1.81

Date: February 3, 1958
Creator: Robins, A Warner
Description: None
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Air-Gun Studies of Ferroelectric Materials (Second Printing)

Air-Gun Studies of Ferroelectric Materials (Second Printing)

Date: February 6, 1958
Creator: Ripperger, E. A. & Beck, A. F.
Description: Specimens of two ferroelectric materials, barium titanate and lead-zirconate titanate, have been subjected to high dynamic stresses by impacting them with a projectile accelerated by an air gun. The purpose of these tests was to supplement information previously obtained using high explosives to stress the ferromagnetic materials.
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Transonic-Wind-Tunnel Tests of the Aerodynamic Characteristics of a 0.15-Scale Model of the North American Aviation 255-Inch Fin-Stabilized External Store, Coord No. AF-AM-4

Transonic-Wind-Tunnel Tests of the Aerodynamic Characteristics of a 0.15-Scale Model of the North American Aviation 255-Inch Fin-Stabilized External Store, Coord No. AF-AM-4

Date: February 9, 1958
Creator: Fischetti, Thomas L.
Description: An investigation has been made in the Langley 8-foot transonic tunnels on the aerodynamic characteristics of a 0.15-scale model of the North American Aviation 255-inch fin-stabilized external store over a maximum Mach number range of 0.60 to 1.2 and on the effects of mounting lugs, of fin orientation, of fin aspect ratio, and of fixed-transition. The Reynolds number (based on a body length of 37.50 inches) varied from 9.8 x 10(exp 6) to 13.1 x 10(exp 6). The results indicate that the static margin of the finned store at low lift coefficients was only 9 percent of body length at subsonic Mach numbers and was reduced to zero at a Mach number of 1.0, Increasing the fin aspect ratio from 1.82 to 2.41 increased the subsonic static margin to 18 percent and provided a minimum margin of 9 percent near a Mach number of l.O. Store mounting lugs or fin orientation had only small effects on the aerodynamic characteristics of the basic store.
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Comparison of performance of two aerodynamically similar 14-inch-diameter single-stage compressor rotors of different chord length

Comparison of performance of two aerodynamically similar 14-inch-diameter single-stage compressor rotors of different chord length

Date: February 10, 1958
Creator: Kussoy, Marvin I & Bachkin, Daniel
Description: None
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The effects of target and missile characteristics on theoretical minimum miss distance for a beam-rider guidance system in the presence of noise

The effects of target and missile characteristics on theoretical minimum miss distance for a beam-rider guidance system in the presence of noise

Date: February 10, 1958
Creator: Stewart, Elwood C; Druding, Frank & Nishiura, Togo
Description: None
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Preliminary analysis of over-all performance of an eight-stage axial -flow research compressor with two long-chord transonic inlet stages

Preliminary analysis of over-all performance of an eight-stage axial -flow research compressor with two long-chord transonic inlet stages

Date: February 10, 1958
Creator: Sievers, Gilbert K; Lucas, James G & Geye, Richard P
Description: None
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Static stability and control of canard configurations at Mach numbers from 0.70 to 2.22 : triangular wing and canard on an extended body

Static stability and control of canard configurations at Mach numbers from 0.70 to 2.22 : triangular wing and canard on an extended body

Date: February 10, 1958
Creator: Boyd, John W & Peterson, Victor L
Description: None
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Free-spinning-tunnel investigation of a 1/28-scale model of the North American FJ-4 airplane : TED No. NACA AD-3112

Free-spinning-tunnel investigation of a 1/28-scale model of the North American FJ-4 airplane : TED No. NACA AD-3112

Date: February 11, 1958
Creator: Healy, Frederick M
Description: None
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Investigation of Incipient Spin Characteristics of a 1/35-Scale Model of the Convair F-102A Airplane, Coord. No. AF-AM-79

Investigation of Incipient Spin Characteristics of a 1/35-Scale Model of the Convair F-102A Airplane, Coord. No. AF-AM-79

Date: February 11, 1958
Creator: Healy, Frederick M.
Description: Incipient spin characteristics have been investigated on a l/35-scale dynamic model of the Convair F-10% airplane. The model was launched by a catapult apparatus into free flight with various control settings, and the motions obtained were photographed. The model was ballasted for the combat loading. All tests were made with the speed brakes and landing gear retracted, and engine effects were not simulated. The results of the investigation indicated that the model would enter motions apparently simulating entry phases of spins when the elevators were deflected full up. Deflecting the rudder had little effect on the direction of the motion obtained, but when ailerons were deflected the model always rotated in a direction opposite to the aileron setting (that is, the model entered a right spin with the stick to the left). The ailerons were very influential in initiating spin entry, and the pilot should avoid, as far as possible, the use of ailerons in low-speed flight.
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Determination of Burnout Limits of Polyphenyl Coolants : Summary Report

Determination of Burnout Limits of Polyphenyl Coolants : Summary Report

Date: February 14, 1958
Creator: Core, T. C. & Sato, K.
Description: Report documenting an investigation undertaken "to establish the burnout limits of a polyphenyl mixture (...), diphenyl, Santowax R, and monoisopropyl-biphanyl for various pressures, fluid velocities, and fluid temperatures" (p. 7).
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The Effect of Copper, Nickel, Iron, and Chromium on the Tensile Properties of Preferentially Oriented Beryllium Sheet

The Effect of Copper, Nickel, Iron, and Chromium on the Tensile Properties of Preferentially Oriented Beryllium Sheet

Date: February 14, 1958
Creator: Yans, F. M.; Donaldson, A. D. & Kaufmann, A. R.
Description: From abstract: The planes and modes of fracture as a result of the mixture of beryllium and other elements were investigated.
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Evaluation of Countermeasure System Components and Operational Procedures

Evaluation of Countermeasure System Components and Operational Procedures

Date: February 14, 1958
Creator: Strope, W. E.
Description: Abstract: The objective of Project 32.3 was to evaluate some operational characteristics of a radiological shelter and to determine values for some countermeasures-system parameters.
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Fluidization in Tapered Beds

Fluidization in Tapered Beds

Date: February 14, 1958
Creator: Rossmassler, W. R. & Harris, R. L.
Description: Abstract: The concept of a tapered fluidized bed is explored briefly. Data are given showing that in bench scale apparatus a tapered bed gives better fluidization with some materials that are difficult to fluidize in a conventional cylindrical bed.
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Homogeneous Reactor Project Quarterly Progress Report, January 31, 1958

Homogeneous Reactor Project Quarterly Progress Report, January 31, 1958

Date: February 15, 1958
Creator: Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Description: Report documenting the ongoing research and developments of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory's Homogeneous Reactor Project.
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