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Condensation trails : where they occur and what can be done about them
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Construction of finned aluminum muffs for aircraft engine cylinder barrels
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The effect of spinner-body gap on the pressures available for cooling in the NACA E-type cowling
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Interference effects of longitudinal flat plates on low-drag airfoils
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Investigation of effects of various camouflage paints and painting procedures on the drag characteristics of an NACA 65(sub 421)-420, a = 1.0 airfoil section
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Investigation of effects of various camouflage paints and painting procedures on the drag characteristics of an NACA 65 sub (421), sup -420, A = 1.0 airfoil section
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Investigation of extreme leading-edge roughness on thick low-drag airfoils to indicate those critical to separation
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Investigation of the variation of lift coefficient with Reynolds number at a moderate angle of attack on a low-drag airfoil
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Notes on the effects of trailing-edge shapes of low-drag airfoils on profile drag and the trim and balance of control surfaces
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Preliminary experimental investigation of airfoils in cascade
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A preliminary study of the effect of compressive load on the fairness of a low-drag wing specimen with Z-section stiffeners
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Some lift and drag measurements of a representative bomber nacelle on a low-drag wing I
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Some lift and drag measurements of a representative bomber nacelle on a low-drag wing II
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Variation with Mach Number of Static and Total Pressures Through Various Screens
Tests were conducted in the Langley 24-inch highspeed tunnel to ascertain the static-pressure and total-pressure losses through screens ranging in mesh from 3 to 12 wires per inch and in wire diameter from 0.023 to 0.041 inch. Data were obtained from a Mach number of approximately 0.20 up to the maximum (choking) Mach number obtainable for each screen. The results of this investigation indicate that the pressure losses increase with increasing Mach number until the choking Mach number, which can be computed, is reached. Since choking imposes a restriction on the mass rate of flow and maximum losses are incurred at this condition, great care must be taken in selecting the screen mesh and wire dimmeter for an installation so that the choking Mach number is.