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Wardlaw, R.L. (author), McEachern, N.V. (author)
A selection of photographs of the flow around a wing-submerged fan model in the N.A.E. 10-in. x 13-in. water tunnel is presented. The effects of changes in advance ratio and angle of attack are illustrated. Some photographs of the model in ground effect are included.
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Stallabrass, J.R. (author), Price, R.D. (author)
Tests were made on a centrifugal apparatus to assess the adhesion of droplet impact ice oa various aircraft structural materials and possible low adhesion coating materials. The results indicate that this type of ice exhibits considerably lower adhesion strength than normal ice. When Teflon is used as the test surface this effect is evidently...
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Van Baaren, B.A.S. (author)
Document(en) uit de collectie Chemische Procestechnologie
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Van Tyen, H.W. (author)
doctoral thesis 1962
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Twijnstra, A. (author)
doctoral thesis 1962
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Schuerman, J.A. (author), van Grol, H.J. (author)
Dit rapport geeft een beschrijving van een onderzoek naar de eigenschappen van rekstrookjes geschikt voor metingen bij hoge temperaturen. Het geeft een overzicht van de beproevingsmethode, gebruikte apparatuur en een kwalitatieve interpretatie van de beproevingsresultaten.
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Breusers, H.N.C. (author)
Resultaten van experimenteel onderzoek naar begin van bewegen van loskorrelig materiaal, relatie met Shields formule. Overzicht van uitgangspunten voor het bepalen van het begin van beweging van bodemmateriaal.
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Brebner, A. (author)
The report deals with the basic parameters and relationships involved in the aqueous transport of solids in pipe -lines and is essentially a review of work done by others up to the present time. TERMINOLOGY AND PARAMETERS AFFECTING THE PROBLEM OF HYDRAULIC CONVEYING HEAD LOSSES IN HYDRAULlC CONVEYING PUMP CHARACTERlSTIC REQUIREMENTS
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Squire, L.C. (author)
Results are given of a wind tunnel programme made to study the pressure distributions and flow patterns over a series of simple, conical shapes at a Mach number of 4·0. The results have been compared with various approximate theories and the limitations of these theories are discussed. It is found that at this Mach number leading edge...
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Dee, F.W. (author)
A trial installation of a wingtip parachute has been made on a De Havilland Venom N.F.3 aircraft to check its safety and performance before use on the Fairey Delta 2. The opportunity was also taken to measure the rudder power and the directional stability derivative nv, of the Venom. The arrangements for streaming and jettisoning the parachute...
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Andrews, D.R. (author), Sawyer, W.G. (author)
The characteriatics of a 60° apex angle cone for measuring local Mach number, total pressure, and flow directions have been determined at Mach numbers of 2.47, 3.25, 3.97 and 4.32 at angles of pitch up to 29°.
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Kay, E. (author)
An investigation is described of same chemical changes produced in molybdenum disulphide by milling and their effect on the performance of MoS 2 as a lubricant. Results of a study of the large effect of relative humidity on the frictional properties of MoS 2 are also included.
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Glass, I.I. (author), Kawada, H. (author)
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Ridland, D.M. (author)
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Mansfield, E.H. (author)
An analysis is made of the stresses and strains in a loaded two-bar tie when one of the bars is subjected to heating. The material of the bars is assumed to possess linear work hardening characteristics, i.e. a constant tangent modulus in the plastic range, and these characteristics are assumed to be independent of temperature. The following...
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McKenzie, K.I. (author)
An analysis is made of the shear deformation cf a corrugated web attached to the flanges at discrete points. The shear stiffness is calculated for a wide variation of the dimensions of the web, and two positions of the points of attachment to the flanges. Results are presented showing this stiffness relative to that of the continuously attached...
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Czaykowski, T. (author)
A review is presented of a number of factors which may significantly affect the magnitude of external manoeuvre loads assessed for design purposes of aircraft. Discussed are various points pertaining to the definition of symmetric design manoeuvres and methods of evaluating loads acting on the airframe. Special attention is paid to the...
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Smith, K.G. (author), Gaudet, L. (author), Winter, K.G. (author)
Experiments have been made, in supersonic turbulent boundary layers, on a simple type of surface pitot tube, formed by cementing a piece of razor blade over a statie pressure hole. This type of surface pitot tube has great practical advantages, as surface shear measurements may be made on any model designed for pressure measurements. A...
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Kosko, E. (author), Huculak, P.M. (author)
The analysis of a beam with variable stiffness on an elastic foundation amounts to the solution of an ordinary linear differential equation of the fourth order with variable coefficients. The investigation is concerned with finding what methods of numerical analysis can be recommended for routine application in design or stress engineering....
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Gould, D.G. (author)
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