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Influence of turbulence on transfer of heat from cylinders

Influence of turbulence on transfer of heat from cylinders

Date: October 1, 1957
Creator: Kestin, J & Maeder, P F
Description: None
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The influence of vertical-tail design and direction of propeller rotation on trim characteristics of a twin-engine-airplane model with one engine inoperative

The influence of vertical-tail design and direction of propeller rotation on trim characteristics of a twin-engine-airplane model with one engine inoperative

Date: February 1, 1945
Creator: Bennett, Charles V
Description: None
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The influence of vortex generators on the performance of a short 1.9:1 straight-wall annular diffuser with a whirling inlet flow

The influence of vortex generators on the performance of a short 1.9:1 straight-wall annular diffuser with a whirling inlet flow

Date: February 9, 1953
Creator: Wood, Charles C & Higginbotham, James T
Description: None
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The influence of vortex pinning and grain boundary structure on critical currents across grain boundaries in YBa{sub 2}Cu{sub 3}O{sub x}.

The influence of vortex pinning and grain boundary structure on critical currents across grain boundaries in YBa{sub 2}Cu{sub 3}O{sub x}.

Date: October 27, 1998
Creator: Miller, D. J.
Description: We have used studies of single grain boundaries in YBCO thin films and bulk bicrystals to study the influence of vortex pinning along a grain boundary on dissipation. The critical current density for transport across grain boundaries in thin films is typically more than an order of magnitude larger than that measured for transport across grain boundaries in bulk samples. For low disorientation angles, the difference in critical current density within the grains that form the boundary can contribute to the substantial differences in current density measured across the boundary. However, substantial differences exist in the critical current density across boundaries in thin film compared to bulk bicrystals even in the higher angle regime in which grain boundary dissipation dominates. The differences in critical current density in this regime can be understood on the basis of vortex pinning along the boundary.
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The influence of wheel spin-up on landing-gear impact

The influence of wheel spin-up on landing-gear impact

Date: October 1, 1954
Creator: Flugge, W & Coale, C W
Description: None
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Influence of wing and fuselage on the vertical-tail contribution to the low-speed rolling derivatives of midwing airplane models with 45 degree sweptback surfaces

Influence of wing and fuselage on the vertical-tail contribution to the low-speed rolling derivatives of midwing airplane models with 45 degree sweptback surfaces

Date: December 1, 1951
Creator: Wolhart, Walter D
Description: None
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Influence of wing flexibility on force-time relation in shock strut following vertical landing impact

Influence of wing flexibility on force-time relation in shock strut following vertical landing impact

Date: November 1, 1949
Creator: Mcpherson, Albert E; Evans, J & Levy, Samuel
Description: None
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The influence of wing setting on the wing load and rotor speed of a PCA-2 autogiro as determined in flight

The influence of wing setting on the wing load and rotor speed of a PCA-2 autogiro as determined in flight

Date: January 1, 1936
Creator: Wheatley, John B
Description: Flight tests were made on PCA-2 autogiro with wing settings of 2.2 degrees, 0.9 degrees, and -0.5 degrees. The wing load and rotor speed were measured in steady glides. The results obtained show that a wide variation in rotor speed as a function of air speed can be obtained by a suitable adjustment of the wing setting; that by decreasing the wing setting the upper safe flying speed, determined by the decrease is rotor speed, is greatly increased; and that the interference of the wing on the rotor thrust and lift coefficients is negligible.
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Influences in the selection of a cycle for small high speed engines running on solid or airless injection with compression ignition

Influences in the selection of a cycle for small high speed engines running on solid or airless injection with compression ignition

Date: July 1, 1923
Creator: Matthews, Robertson
Description: None
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Influences on development and innovation in educational technology

Influences on development and innovation in educational technology

Date: December 14, 1987
Creator: Brown, Dean; Kahn, Ted M. & Zauderer, Marvin M.
Description: This report provides a look at the history of educational technology, including both successful and unsuccessful government and private enterprise projects during the past three decades. The report examines trends in technological factors and new technologies that will influence development of innovative educational hardware and software during the next five years.
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