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 Decade: 1940-1949
 Year: 1940
 Month: December
An Approximate Method of Calculation of Relative Humidity Required to Prevent Frosting on Inside of Aircraft Pressure Cabin Windows, Special Report

An Approximate Method of Calculation of Relative Humidity Required to Prevent Frosting on Inside of Aircraft Pressure Cabin Windows, Special Report

Date: December 5, 1940
Creator: Jones, Alun R.
Description: This report has been prepare in response to a request for information from an aircraft company. A typical example was selected for the presentation of an approximate method of calculation of the relative humidity required to prevent frosting on the inside of a plastic window in a pressure type cabin on a high speed airplane. The results of the study are reviewed.
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Chordwise load distribution of a simple rectangular wing

Chordwise load distribution of a simple rectangular wing

Date: December 1, 1940
Creator: Wieghardt, Karl
Description: The chordwise distribution theory was taken over from the theory of the infinite wing. Since in this work a series expansion in b/t was used, the computation converges only for large aspect ratios. In this paper a useful approximate solution will be found also for wings with large chord - i.e., small aspect ratio.
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Cyclic stress-strain studies of metals in torsion

Cyclic stress-strain studies of metals in torsion

Date: December 1, 1940
Creator: Paul, D A & Moore, R L
Description: None
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The design of cooling ducts with special reference to the boundary layer at the inlet

The design of cooling ducts with special reference to the boundary layer at the inlet

Date: December 1, 1940
Creator: Katzoff, S
Description: None
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Drag and propulsive characteristics of air-cooled engine-nacelle installations for two-engine airplanes

Drag and propulsive characteristics of air-cooled engine-nacelle installations for two-engine airplanes

Date: December 1, 1940
Creator: Lehr, Robert R
Description: None
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Drag determination of the forward component of a tricycle landing gear

Drag determination of the forward component of a tricycle landing gear

Date: December 1, 1940
Creator: Harmon, Hubert N
Description: Wind-tunnel tests were performed to determine the drag of the front-wheel arrangements of several types of tricycle landing gear. One wheel was tested in arrangements to simulate both nonretracted and partially retracted types. The landing gears were tested in conjunction with a fuselage, and the effects of wheel extension and longitudinal location were determined. The drag changed very little with either longitudinal location or wheel extension for the landing gear with the lowest drag; a completely faired landing gear of the wheelspan, single-strut type. The drag of the trouser-type landing gear increased considerably, however, with an increase in the wheel extension. The wheel of the unaired retractable landing gear was at least one-half retracted into the fuselage before the drag became less than that of the best nonretracted landing gear. The drag per unit frontal area of the landing gears of the present tests was about the same as that found for similar landing gears in earlier tests.
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Extension of pack method for compressive tests

Extension of pack method for compressive tests

Date: December 1, 1940
Creator: Aitchison, C S
Description: The pack method for determining compressive stress-strain graphs described in NACA Report No. 649 has been modified to extend it's application to thinner gages and stronger materials. The principal modifications consisted in the provision of additional support against instability cementing the specimens of the pack together with fused shellac and the provision of special clamps to hold the specimens together while the test is in progress. The shellac was found to increase the buckling load of the pack without any appreciable effect on the compressive stress-strain graph of the material. The extended pack method described in this note has made possible the application of stresses in excess of 220 kips per square inch to sheet material having a thickness of only 0.02 inch.
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Factors affecting heat transfer in the internal-combustion engine

Factors affecting heat transfer in the internal-combustion engine

Date: December 1, 1940
Creator: Ku, P M
Description: None
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Flow around wings accompanied by separation of vortices

Flow around wings accompanied by separation of vortices

Date: December 1, 1940
Creator: Schmieden, C
Description: The flow around wings computed by the usual method leads in the case of a finite trailing edge to a stagnation point in the trailing edge due to the Kutta-Joukowsky condition of flow governing this region. As a result, the theoretical pressure distribution differs substantially from the experimental values in the vicinity of the trailing edge. The present report describes an alternative method of calculation in which the rear stagnation point no longer appears. The stream leaves the trailing edge tangentially on the pressure side and a similar tangential separation occurs on the suction side of the profile at a point slightly in front of the trailing edge.
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Frost and the prevention of frost damage.

Frost and the prevention of frost damage.

Date: December 1940
Creator: Young, Floyd D. (Floyd Dillon), 1890-
Description: Describes how frost forms and what can be done to protect farm equipment and plants during a frost.
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