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 Decade: 1920-1929
 Collection: Technical Report Archive and Image Library
Structural details from 1926 Paris Aero Salon

Structural details from 1926 Paris Aero Salon

Date: March 1, 1927
Creator: Rethel, W
Description: None
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Structural details of German gliders

Structural details of German gliders

Date: November 1, 1927
Creator: Gymnich, Alfried
Description: The structural details such as wings, fuselage, landing gear, and steering organs of German gliders are detailed in this report.
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Structural methods employed by the Schutte-Lanz Airship Company

Structural methods employed by the Schutte-Lanz Airship Company

Date: May 1, 1925
Creator: Gentzcke,
Description: This article is based on the experience of the Schute-Lanz Airship Company in light construction. The object is to stimulate the employment of these methods in other fields of industry.
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Structural safety during curved flight

Structural safety during curved flight

Date: August 1, 1922
Creator: Rohrbach, Adolf
Description: None
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Structural weight of aircraft as affected by the system of design

Structural weight of aircraft as affected by the system of design

Date: November 1, 1924
Creator: Hall, Charles Ward
Description: Various details of design or arrangement of the parts of airplane structures are shown and discussed, the use of these devices having resulted in the production of structures of adequate strength, yet of a weight less than one-half of the usual construction.
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Structure in Paleozoic Bituminous Coals

Structure in Paleozoic Bituminous Coals

Date: 1920
Creator: Thiessen, Reinhardt
Description: None
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The structure of airplane fabrics

The structure of airplane fabrics

Date: January 1, 1920
Creator: Walen, E Dean
Description: This report prepared by the Bureau of Standards for the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics supplies the necessary information regarding the apparatus and methods of testing and inspecting airplane fabrics.
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Structures of thin sheet metal, their design and construction

Structures of thin sheet metal, their design and construction

Date: December 1, 1928
Creator: Wagner, Herbert
Description: This report presents a brief survey of the uses of sheet-metal coverings in conjunction with the inner structure. A method of construction is presented as well as a discussion on the strength of sheet metal.
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A study of airplane engine tests

A study of airplane engine tests

Date: January 1, 1920
Creator: Gage, Victor R
Description: This report is a study of the results obtained from a large number of test of an Hispano-Suiza airplane engine in the altitude laboratory of the Bureau of Standards. It was originally undertaken to determine the heat distribution in such an engine, but many other factors are also considered as bearing on this matter.
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A study of airplane maneuvers with special reference to angular velocities

A study of airplane maneuvers with special reference to angular velocities

Date: January 1, 1923
Creator: Reid, J E
Description: This investigation was undertaken by the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics for the purpose of increasing our knowledge on the behavior of the airplane during various maneuvers and to obtain values of the maximum angular velocities and accelerations in flight. The method consisted in flying a JN4H airplane through various maneuvers while records were being taken of the control position, the air speed, the angular velocity and the acceleration along the Z axis. The results showed that the maximum angular velocity about the X axis of radians per second in a barrel roll. The maximum angular acceleration about the X axis of -2.10 radians per (second) to the 2nd power occurred in a spin, while the maximum about the Y axis was 1.40 radians per (second) to the 2nd power when pulling suddenly out of a dive. These results have direct application to the design of airplane parts, such as propeller shaft and instruments.
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