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Author United States. Congress. Senate.

Title Thirty-ninth annual report of the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, 1953. Including technical reports Nos. 1111 to 1157. [electronic resource]

Published Washington, DC, 1954

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Physical description 1238 p. : illustrations, maps, tables.
Series United States congressional serial set; serial set no. 11762
Senate document / 83rd Congress, 2nd session. Senate ; no. 79
Senate document (United States. Congress. Senate) ; 83rd Congress, no. 79
Notes Table of contents, p. II.
List of technical reports, p. III.
An analysis of laminar free-convection flow and heat transfer about a flat plate parallel to the direction of the generating body force, by Simon Ostrach [No. 1111], p. 63.
Hydrocarbon and nonhydrocarbon derivatives of cyclopropane, by Vernon A. Slabey, Paul H. Wise, and Louis C. Gibbons [No. 1112], p. 81.
Spectrum of turbulence in a contracting stream, by H.S. Ribner and M. Tucker [No. 1113], p. 99.
A thermodynamic study of the turbine-propeller engine, by Benjamin Pinkel and Irving M. Karp [No. 1114], p. 117.
Design of two-dimensional channels with prescribed velocity distributions along the channel walls, by John D. Stanitz [No. 1115], p. 153.
Application of a channel design method to high-solidity cascades and tests of an impulse cascade with 90 [degree] of turning, by John D. Stanitz and Leonard J. Sheldrake [No. 1116], p. 193.
A study of elastic and plastic stress concentration factors due to notches and fillets in flat plates, by Herbert F. Hardrath and Lachlan Ohman [No. 1117], p. 213.
Method for calculation of laminar heat transfer in air flow around cylinders of arbitrary cross section (including large temperature differences and transpirational cooling), by E.R.G. Eckert and John N.B. Livingood [No. 1118], p. 223.
Reciprocity relations in aerodynamics, by Max A. Heaslet and John R. Spreiter [No. 1119], p. 253.
Relative importance of various sources of defect-producing hydrogen introduced into steel during application of vitreous coatings, by Dwight G. Moore, Mary A. Mason, and William N. Harrison [No. 1120], p. 269.
Direct measurements of skin friction, by Satish Dhawan [No. 1121], p. 281.
Survey of portions of the chromium-cobalt-nickel- molybdenum quaternary system at 1200 [degrees] C., by Sheldon Paul Rideout and Paul A. Beck [No. 1122], p. 301.
A study of inviscid flow about airfoils at high supersonic speeds, by A.J. Eggers, Jr., Clarence A. Syvertson, and Samuel Kraus [No. 1123], p. 339.
Displacement effect of a three-dimensional boundary layer, by Franklin K. Moore [No. 1124], p. 367.
Dynamics of mechanical feedback-type hydraulic servomotors under inertia loads, by Harold Gold, Edward W. Otto, and Victor L. Ransom [No. 1125], p. 373.
The effect of blade-section thickness ratios on the aerodynamic characteristics of related full-scale propellers at mach numbers up to 0.65, by Julian D. Maynard and Seymour Steinberg [No. 1126], p. 395.
One-dimensional analysis of choked-flow turbines, by Robert E. English and Richard H. Cavicchi [No. 1127], p. 451.
Calculations on the forces and moments for an oscillating wing-aileron combination in two-dimensional potential flow at sonic speed, by Herbert C. Nelson and Julian H. Berman [No. 1128], p. 469.
Transverse vibrations of hollow thin-walled cylindrical beams, by Bernard Budiansky and Edwin T. Kruszewski [No. 1129], p. 485.
Some effects of frequency on the contribution of a vertical tail to the free aerodynamic damping of a model oscillating in yaw, by John D. Bird, Lewis R. Fisher, and Sadie M. Hubbard [No. 1130], p. 495.
Deflection and stress analysis of thin solid wings of arbitrary plan form with particular reference to delta wings, by Manuel Stein, J. Edward Anderson, and John M. Hedgepeth [No. 1131], p. 513.
Laminar boundary layer on cone in supersonic flow at large angle of attack, by Franklin K. Moore [No. 1132], p. 533.
Mechanism of start and development of aircraft crash fires, by I. Irving Pinkel, G. Merritt Preston and Gerard J. Pesman [No. 1133], p. 546.
Photographic investigation of combustion in a two-dimensional transparent rocket engine, by Donald R. Bellman, Jack C. Humphrey and Theodore Male [No. 1134], p. 599.
Equations, tables, and charts for compressible flow, by Ames Research staff [No. 1135], p. 611.
Estimation of the maximum angle of sideslip for determination of vertical-tail loads in rolling maneuvers, by Ralph W. Stone, Jr. [No. 1136], p. 683.
Initial results of instrument-flying trials conducted in a single-rotor helicopter, by Almer D. Crim, John P. Reeder, and James B. Whitten [No. 1137], p. 695.
Study of inadvertent speed increases in transport operation, by Henry A. Pearson [No. 1138], p. 703.
Charts and approximate formulas for the estimation of aeroelastic effects on the lateral control of swept and unswept wings, by Kenneth A. Foss and Franklin W. Diederich [No. 1139], p. 715.
Charts and approximate formulas for the estimation of aeroelastic effects on the loading of swept and unswept wings, by Franklin W. Diederich and Kenneth A. Foss [No. 1140], p. 743.
Method and graphs for the evaluation of air-induction systems, by George B. Brajinikoff [No. 1141], p. 793.
Diffusion of heat from a line source in isotropic turbulence, by Mahinder S. Uberoi and Stanley Corrsin [No. 1142}, p. 815.
A vector study of linearized supersonic flow applications to nonplanar problems, by John C. Martin [No. 1143], p. 845.
Aerodynamic characteristics of a refined deep-step planing-tail flying-boat hull with various forebody and afterbody shapes, by John M. Riebe and Rodger L. Naeseth [No. 1144], p. 879.
A method of calibrating airspeed installations on airplanes at transonic and supersonic speeds by the use of accelerometer and attitude-angle measurements, by John A. Zaloveik, Lindsay J. Lina, and James P. Trant, Jr. [No. 1145], p. 899.
Aerodynamic forces and loadings on symmetrical circular-arc airfoils with plain leading-edge and plain trailing-edge flaps, by Jones F. Cahill, William J. Underwood, Robert J. Nuber, and Gail A. Cheesman [No. 1146], p. 913.
The similarity law for hypersonic flow and requirements for dynamic similarity of related bodies in free flight, by Frank M. Hamaker, Stanford E. Neice, and Thomas J. Wong [No. 1147], p. 951.
A special investigation to develop a general method for three-dimensional photoelastic stress analysis, by M.M. Frocht and R. Guernsey, Jr. [No. 1148], p. 963.
On transonic flow past a wave-shaped wall, by Carl Kaplan [No. 1149], p. 981.
Considerations on the effect of wind-tunnel walls on oscillating air forces for two-dimensional subsonic compressible flow, by Harry L. Runyan and Charles E. Watkins [No. 1150], p. 993.
The effects on dynamic lateral stability and control of large artificial variations in the rotary stability derivatives, by Robert O. Schade and James L. Hassell, Jr. [No. 1151], p. 1001.
Theory and procedure for determining loads and motions in chine-immersed hydrodynamic impacts of prismatic bodies, by Emanuel Schnitzer [No. 1152], p. 1025.
On the application of transonic similarity rules to wings of finite span, by John R. Spreiter [No. 1153], p. 1055.
Analysis of landing-gear behavior, by Benjamin Milwitzky and Francis E. Cook [No. 1154], p. 1077.
A comparison of the experimental subsonic pressure distributions about several bodies of revolution with pressure distributions computed by means of the linearized theory, by Clarence W. Matthews [No. 1155], p. 1125.
Experiments to determine neighborhood reactions to light airplanes with and without external noise reduction, by Fred S. Elwell [No. 1156], p. 1155.
Analytical derivation and experimental evaluation of short-bearing approximation for full journal bearings, by George B. DuBois and Fred W. Ocvirk [No. 1157], p. 1199.
Appendices, p. 72.
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Other author Anderson, J. Edward.
Beck, Paul A.
Bellman, Donald R.
Berman, Julian H.
Bird, John D.
Brajinikoff, George B.
Budianski, Bernard.
Cahill, Jones F.
Cavicchi, Richard H.
Cheesman, Gail A.
Cook, Francis E.
Corrsin, Stanley.
Crim, Almer D.
Dhawan, Satish.
Diederich, Franklin W.
DuBois, George B.
Eckert, E.R.G., (Ernst Rudolf Georg)
Eggers, A.J.
Elwell, Fred S.
English, Robert E.
Fisher, Lewis R.
Foss, Kenneth A.
Frocht, M.M.
Gibbons, Louis C.
Gold, Harold.
Guernsey, R., Jr.
Hamaker, Frank M.
Hardrath, Herbert F.
Harrison, William N.
Hassell, James L., Jr.
Heaslet, Max A.
Hedgepeth, John M.
Hubbard, Sadie M.
Humphrey, Jack C.
Kaplan, Carl.
Karp, Irving M.
Kraus, Samuel.
Kruszewski, Edwin T.
Lina, Lindsay J.
Livingood, John N.B.
Male, Theodore.
Martin, John C.
Mason, Mary A.
Matthews, Clarence W.
Maynard, Julian D.
Milwitzky, Benjamin.
Moore, Dwight G.
Moore, Franklin K.
Naeseth, Rodger L.
Neice, Stanford E.
Nelson, Herbert C.
Nuber, Robert J.
Ocvirk, Fred W.
Ohman, Lachlan.
Ostrach, Simon.
Otto, Edward W.
Pearson, Henry A.
Pesman, Gerard J.
Pinkel, Benjamin.
Pinkel, I. Irving.
Preston, G. Merritt.
Ransom, Victor L.
Reeder, John P.
Ribner, H.S.
Rideout, Sheldon Paul.
Riebe, John M.
Runyan, Harry L.
Schade, Robert O.
Schnitzer, Emanuel.
Sheldrake, Leonard J.
Slabey, Vernon A.
Spreiter, John R.
Stanitz, John D.
Stein, Manuel.
Steinberg, Seymour.
Stone, Ralph W., Jr.
Syvertson, Clarence A.
Trant, James P., Jr.
Tucker, M.
Uberoi, Mahinder S.
Underwood, William J.
Watkins, Charles E.
Whitten, James B.
Wise, Paul H.
Wong, Thomas J.
Zaloveik, John A.
United States. National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics.
Subject Aeronautics.
Aircraft construction.
Aircraft.
Federal receipts and expenditures.
Transportation research.
Wind tunnels.
Financial statements.
Annual Reports.
Monographs.