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NATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR AERONAUTICS.
TECHNICAL NOTE NO. 303.
CONDENSED DATA ON THE AIRCRAFT ENGINES OF THE WORLD.
Compiled by C. S. Fliedner.
This compilation of the outstanding characteristics of the
available aircraft engines of the world was prepared as a com-
pact ready reference for desk use. It does not pretend to be
anything but a skeleton outline of the characteristics of en-
gines reported in the technical press as being in either the
experimental, development, or production stage.
At present progress is quite rapid and by the time this
* compilation is disseminated new models may have superseded those
listed, or changes may have been made which will entirely change
the characteristics given. In cases where an engine has several
ratings, the lowest acceptable rating has been listed.
New engines are being given acceptance tests every week by
the Department of Commerce. A current list of engines approved
for aircraft may be procured directly from the Aeronautics
Branch, Department of Commerce, Washington, D. C.
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