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The transformation of heat in an engine

Description: This report presents a thermodynamic basis for rating heat engines. The production of work by a heat engine rests on the operation of supplying heat, under favorable conditions, to a working fluid and then taking it away.
Date: April 1929
Creator: Neumann, Kurt
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"AM" gasoline cock.

Description: The "AM" cock was designed specially for gasoline pipes on vehicles using internal combustion engines (airplanes, airships, automobiles, tractors, battle "tanks", boats, etc.).
Date: February 1923
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Analysis of flight and wind-tunnel tests on Udet airplanes with reference to spinning characteristics

Description: This report presents an analysis of results of wind-tunnel tests conducted at the D.V.L. Values were determined for the effectiveness of all the controls at various angles of attack. The autorotation was studied by subjecting the rotating model to an air blast.
Date: March 1929
Creator: Herrmann, H
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Experimental investigation of the physical properties of medium and heavy oils, their vaporization and use in explosion engines. Part IV

Description: This report presents a theoretical treatment of the vaporization process of medium and heavy oils. The results of this investigation, which were mostly obtained from the lighter components of the heavy fuels, require a 10- or 16-fold vaporization in comparison with gasoline. We must attain a still finer degree of atomization, in order to include the heavier components.
Date: December 1926
Creator: Heinlein, Fritz
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Magnan glider M-2

Description: The construction of the Magnan glider, M-2, is presented which is designed to fly in so-called horizontal winds.
Date: February 1924
Creator: Lesage, M Andre
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Airplane drag

Description: It has been less well understood that the induced drag (or, better said, the undesired increase in the induced drag as compared with the theoretical minimum calculated by Prandtl) plays a decisive role in the process of taking off and therefore in the requisite engine power. This paper seeks to clarify the induced drag.
Date: December 1929
Creator: Topfer, Carl
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Aeronautical record : no. 1 (to June, 1923)

Description: "...considerations have prompted us to pay special attention to the development of aeronautical industries and aerial navigation as a commercial enterprise and to publish an analytical review of events in the aeronautical world and of the attendant problems.".
Date: December 1923
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Graetzin special carburetor

Description: Corresponding to practical requirements, this carburetor (especially the smaller sizes) may be regarded as the smallest form of a float carburetor and is adapted for use with all small engines, including auxiliary bicycle and similar engines.
Date: February 1923
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Kinetographic determination of airplane flight characteristics

Description: The author's first experiments with a glider on flight characteristics demonstrated that an accurate flight-path measurement would enable determination of the polar diagram from a gliding flight. Since then he has endeavored to obtain accurate flight measurements by means of kinetograph (motion-picture camera). Different methods of accomplishing this are presented.
Date: April 1927
Creator: Raethjen, P & Knott, H
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Wind tunnel tests of correction formula for wings of large span

Description: The theory (wing experiments in an artificial air stream are subject to error, due to the fact that the wing is not situated in an unlimited body of air) by means of which the given drag correction was obtained, was based on various assumptions (e.g., elliptical distribution of lift) which do not always hold true. For this reason it was desirable to test the equation for the additional drag in regard to its reliability and range of application.
Date: May 1924
Creator: Wieselsberger, C
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Lecture on Aerodynamics

Description: This lecture deals with four main subjects: methods of studying air resistance, experimental aerodynamics, propellers and stability of airplanes.
Date: September 1923
Creator: Toussaint, A
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Development of light and small airplanes

Description: The author has endeavored to select only the most important lines of development and has limited the description of individual airplanes to a few typical examples. Comparisons are presented between German and foreign accomplishments.
Date: July 1926
Creator: Lachmann, G
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Drag measurements on a Junkers wing section : application of the Betz Method to the results of comparative tests made on a model and on an airplane in flight

Description: The comparison of model tests in flight can be based on the result of such measurements. They are very important from the aerodynamical point of view, as they lead to useful conclusions regarding the behavior of the wing, its best shape and the conformity of theoretical and actual flow. Although there still remains a certain prejudice against such measurements, I have still attempted to make these comparative tests in order to inspire confidence in their reliability.
Date: September 1927
Creator: Weidinger, Hanns
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