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 Decade: 1950-1959
 Collection: Technical Report Archive and Image Library
Time histories of the aerodynamic loads on the vertical and horizontal tail surfaces of a jet-powered bomber airplane during sideslip maneuvers at approximately 20,000 feet

Time histories of the aerodynamic loads on the vertical and horizontal tail surfaces of a jet-powered bomber airplane during sideslip maneuvers at approximately 20,000 feet

Date: March 14, 1951
Creator: Cooney, T V & Mcgowan, William A
Description: None
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Time-history data of maneuvers performed by a Lockheed F-94B airplane during squadron operational training

Time-history data of maneuvers performed by a Lockheed F-94B airplane during squadron operational training

Date: January 1, 1953
Creator: Gainer, Patrick A; Huss, Carl R & Fisher, Raymond A
Description: Preliminary results of approximately 350 maneuvers of all types performed by a Lockheed F-94B jet interceptor airplane during normal operational training are presented in time-history form and are summarized as maximum load factors, control rates, angular accelerations, and sideslip angles plotted against indicated airspeed.
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Time-history data of maneuvers performed by a Republic F-84F airplane during squadron operational training

Time-history data of maneuvers performed by a Republic F-84F airplane during squadron operational training

Date: July 22, 1957
Creator: Hamer, Harold A; Mayer, John P & Case, Donald B
Description: None
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Time-History Data of Maneuvers Performed by a Republic F84G Airplane During Squadron Operational Training

Time-History Data of Maneuvers Performed by a Republic F84G Airplane During Squadron Operational Training

Date: May 18, 1953
Creator: Hamer, Harold A. & Mayo, Alton P.
Description: Preliminary results of one phase of a control-motion study program involving several jet fighter-type airplanes are presented in time-history form and are summarized as maximum measured quantities plotted against indicated airspeed. The results pertain to approximately 1,000 maneuvers performed by a Republic F-84G jet-fighter airplane during squadron operational training. The data include most tactical maneuvers of which the F-84G airplane is capable. Maneuvers were performed at pressure altitudes of 0 to 30,000 feet with indicated airspeeds ranging from the stalling speed to approximately 515 knots.
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Time-History Data of Maneuvers Performed by an F-86A Airplane During Squadron Operational Training

Time-History Data of Maneuvers Performed by an F-86A Airplane During Squadron Operational Training

Date: May 23, 1952
Creator: Henderson, Campbell; Thornton, James & Mayo, Alton
Description: Preliminary results of one phase of a control-motion study program are presented in the form of plots of load factor.and angular acceleration against indicated airspeed and of time histories of several measured quantities. The results were obtained from 197 maneuvers performed by an F-86A jet-fighter airplane during normal squadron operational training. Most of the tactical maneuver8 of which the F-86A is capable were performed at pressure altitudes ranging from 0 to 32,000 feet and at indicated airspeeds ranging from 95 to 650 miles per hour.
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Time-history data of maneuvers performed by McDonnell F2H-2 airplane during squadron operational training

Time-history data of maneuvers performed by McDonnell F2H-2 airplane during squadron operational training

Date: May 27, 1952
Creator: Huss, Carl R; Andrews, William H & Hamer, Harold A
Description: None
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The time lag between flap deflection and force development at a Mach number of 4

The time lag between flap deflection and force development at a Mach number of 4

Date: February 13, 1950
Creator: Lindsey, Walter F & Ulmann, Edward F
Description: None
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Time-temperature parameters and an application to rupture and creep of aluminum alloys

Time-temperature parameters and an application to rupture and creep of aluminum alloys

Date: June 1, 1954
Creator: Heimerl, George J
Description: None
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Time Variation of the Distance Separating Bomb and Dive Bomber Subsequent to Bomb Release

Time Variation of the Distance Separating Bomb and Dive Bomber Subsequent to Bomb Release

Date: June 6, 1952
Creator: Mathews, Charles W.
Description: A study has been made of the variation of the distance separating bomb and aircraft with time after release as applied to dive-bombing operations, Separation distances determined from this study are presented in terms of two variables only, dive angle and maximum airplane accelerometer reading; the values of separation distance include the effects of delay in initiation of the pull-out and lag in attainment of the maximum normal acceleration.Contains analysis and calculations of the separation distances between bomb and dive bomber following bomb release, Separation distances as determined by the dive angle and the maximum airplane accelerometer reading are presented in a single chart.
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Time-vector determined lateral derivatives of a swept-wing fighter-type airplane with three different vertical tails at Mach numbers between 0.70 and 1.48

Time-vector determined lateral derivatives of a swept-wing fighter-type airplane with three different vertical tails at Mach numbers between 0.70 and 1.48

Date: June 5, 1956
Creator: Wolowicz, Chester H
Description: None
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Titanium Minerals in the Heavy Sand Deposits of Assateague Island, Maryland

Titanium Minerals in the Heavy Sand Deposits of Assateague Island, Maryland

Date: 1959
Creator: Kuster, W. V.
Description: Report issued by the Bureau of Mines over titanium deposits of Assateague Island, Maryland. As stated in the introduction, "the purpose of this project was to study a typical coastal deposit of beach sands in the Middle Atlantic States, particularly in the area surrounding the Delmarva Peninsula" (p. 1). This report includes tables, maps, and illustrations.
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Tolerable limits of oscillatory accelerations due to rolling motions experienced by one pilot during automatic-interceptor flight tests

Tolerable limits of oscillatory accelerations due to rolling motions experienced by one pilot during automatic-interceptor flight tests

Date: January 25, 1957
Creator: Brissenden, Roy F; Cheatham, Donald C & Champine, Robert A
Description: None
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Tooth-type noise-suppression devices on a full-scale axial-flow turbojet engine

Tooth-type noise-suppression devices on a full-scale axial-flow turbojet engine

Date: March 29, 1954
Creator: Callaghan, Edmund E; Howes, Walton & North, Warren
Description: None
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Torque-speed characteristics for high-specific-work turbines

Torque-speed characteristics for high-specific-work turbines

Date: September 1, 1958
Creator: Stewart, Warner L
Description: None
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Torsion and transverse bending of cantilever plates

Torsion and transverse bending of cantilever plates

Date: June 1, 1951
Creator: Reissner, Eric & Stein, Manuel
Description: The problem of combined bending and torsion of cantilever plates of variable thickness, such as might be considered for solid thin high-speed airplane or missile wings, is considered in this paper. The deflections of the plate are assumed to vary linearly across the chord; minimization of the potential energy by means of the calculus of variations then leads to two ordinary linear differential equations for the bending deflections and the twist of the plate. Because the cantilever is analyzed as a plate rather than as a beam, the effect of constraint against axial warping in torsion is inherently included. The application of this method to specific problems involving static deflection, vibration, and buckling of cantilever plates is presented. In the static-deflection problems, taper and sweep are considered.
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Torsion tests of aluminum-alloy stiffened circular cylinders

Torsion tests of aluminum-alloy stiffened circular cylinders

Date: November 1, 1952
Creator: Clark, J W & Moore, R L
Description: None
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The torsional deflections of several propellers under operating conditions

The torsional deflections of several propellers under operating conditions

Date: June 22, 1951
Creator: Gray, W H & Allis, A E
Description: None
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Torsional instability of hinged flanges stiffened by lips and bulbs

Torsional instability of hinged flanges stiffened by lips and bulbs

Date: August 1, 1956
Creator: Gerard, George
Description: Based on torsional instability theory, buckling charts are presented for determining the critical strain of hinged flanges stiffened by idealized lip and bulb elements.
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Torsional stiffness of thin-walled shells having reinforcing cores and rectangular, triangular, or diamond cross section

Torsional stiffness of thin-walled shells having reinforcing cores and rectangular, triangular, or diamond cross section

Date: January 1, 1957
Creator: Mccomb, Harvey G , Jr
Description: A theoretical investigation has been made of the Saint-Venant torsion of certain composite bars. These bars are composed of two materials -- one material in the form of a thin-walled cylindrical shell and the other material in the form of a core which fills the interior of the shell and is bonded to it. An approximate boundary-value problem is formulated on assumptions similar to those of the theory of torsion of hollow thin-walled shells (Bredt theory). This boundary-value problem is solved exactly for a rectangular cross section and approximately for slender triangular and diamond cross sections. Results for the torsional stiffness constants are presented graphically.
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Torsional stiffness of thin-walled shells having reinforcing cores and rectangular, triangular, or diamond cross section

Torsional stiffness of thin-walled shells having reinforcing cores and rectangular, triangular, or diamond cross section

Date: October 1, 1956
Creator: Mccomb, Harvey G , R
Description: A theoretical investigation is presented of the torsional stiffness of thin-walled aerodynamic surfaces filled with cores which stabilize the skins. Rectangular, slender triangular, and slender diamond cross sections are considered. Results for the torsional stiffness constants are shown graphically.
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Torsional strength of stiffened D-tubes

Torsional strength of stiffened D-tubes

Date: May 1, 1951
Creator: Kavanaugh, E S & Drinkwater, William Dale
Description: None
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Torsional vibrations of hollow thin-walled cylindrical beams

Torsional vibrations of hollow thin-walled cylindrical beams

Date: August 1, 1954
Creator: Kruszewski, Edwin T & Kordes, Eldon E
Description: None
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Tory II-A: A Nuclear Ramjet Test Reactor

Tory II-A: A Nuclear Ramjet Test Reactor

Date: November 4, 1959
Creator: Hadley, James W.
Description: Report containing information regarding the design of the Tory II-A nuclear ramjet engine, and descriptions of its locale, test program, and possible hazards.
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Total lift and pitching moment on thin arrowhead wings oscillating in supersonic potential flow

Total lift and pitching moment on thin arrowhead wings oscillating in supersonic potential flow

Date: May 1, 1955
Creator: Cunningham, H J
Description: None
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