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Author United States. Congress. Senate.

Title Aeronautics. Fifteenth annual report of the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, 1929. Including technical reports Nos. 309 to 336. [electronic resource]

Published Washington, DC, 1930

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Physical description 787 p. : illustrations, tables.
Series United States congressional serial set; serial set no. 9221
Senate document / 71st Congress, 2nd session. Senate ; no. 60
Senate document (United States. Congress. Senate) ; 71st Congress, no. 60
Notes Table of contents, p. VI.
Table of technical reports, p. VII.
Technical Report No. 309. Joint report on standardization tests on N.P.L. R.A.F. 15 Airfoil Model, by Walter S. Diehl, p. 91.
Technical Report No. 310. Pressure element of constant logarithmic stiffness for temperature compensated altimeter, by W.G. Brombacher and F. Cordero, p. 111.
Technical Report No. 311. Aerodynamic theory and test of strut forms, by R.H. Smith, p. 125.
Technical Report No. 312. The prediction of airfoil characteristics, by George J. Higgins, p. 149.
Technical Report No. 313. Drag and cooling with various forms of cowling for a "Whirlwind" radial air-cooled engine-I, by Fred E. Weick, p. 163.
Technical Report No. 314. Drag and cooling with various forms of cowling for a "Whirlwind" radial air-cooled engine-II, by Fred E. Weick, p. 189.
Technical Report No. 315. Aerodynamic characteristics of airfoils-VI, by National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, p. 211.
Technical Report No. 316. Tables for pressure of air coming to rest from various speeds, by A.F. Zahm and F.A. Louden, p. 247.
Technical Report No. 317. Wind tunnel tests on a series of wing models through a large angle of attack range. Part I -- Force tests, by Montgomery Knight and Carl J. Wenzinger, p. 255.
Technical Report No. 318. Speed and deceleration trials of U.S.S. Los Angeles, by S.J. DeFrance and C.P. Burgess, p. 305.
Technical Report No. 319. Aerodynamic characteristics of twenty-four air-foils at high speed, by L.J. Briggs and H.L. Dryden, p. 325.
Technical Report No. 320. The measurement of fluctuations of air speed by hot-wire anemometer, by H.L. Dryden and A.M. Kuethe, p. 357.
Technical Report No. 321. Fuel vapor pressures and the relation of vapor pressure to the preparation of fuel for combustion in fuel injection engines, by William F. Joachim and A.M. Rothrock, p. 383.
Technical Report No. 322. Investigation of air flow in open-throat wind tunnels, by Eastman N. Jacobs, p. 397.
Technical Report No. 323. Flow and force equations for a body revolving in fluid, by A.F. Zahm, p. 409.
Technical Report No. 324. Flight tests on U.S.S. Los Angeles. Part I. -- Full scale pressure distribution investigation, by S.J. DeFrance, p. 449.
Technical Report No. 325. Flight tests on U.S.S. Los Angeles. Part II. -- Stress and strength determination, by C.P. Burgess, p. 483.
Technical Report No. 326. Tests of five metal model propellers with various pitch distributions in a free wind stream and in combination with a model VE-7 fuselage, by E.P. Lesley and Elliott G. Reid, p. 499.
Technical Report No. 327. The effect of supercharger capacity on engine and airplane performance, by O.W. Schey and W.D. Gove, p. 517.
Technical Report No. 328. Water pressure distribution on a twin-float seaplane, by F.L. Thompson, p. 537.
Technical Report No. 329. The torsional strength of wings, by C.P. Burgess, p. 555.
Technical Report No. 330. Experimental and analytical determination of the motion of hydraulically operated valve stems in oil engine injection systems, by A.G. Gelalles and A.M. Rothrock, p. 569.
Technical Report No. 331. Collection of wind-tunnel data on commonly used wing sections, by F.A. Louden, p. 589.
Technical Report No. 332. The effect of cowling on cylinder temperatures and performance of a Wright J-5 engine, by Oscar W. Schey and Arnold E. Biermann, p. 635.
Technical Report No. 333. Full-scale turning characteristics of the U.S.S. Los Angeles, by F.L. Thompson, p. 657.
Technical Report No. 334. The torsion of members having sections common in aircraft construction, by George W. Trayer and H.W. March, p. 671.
Technical Report No. 335. Aerodynamic theory and test of strut forms II, by R.H. Smith, p. 721.
Technical Report No. 336. Tests of large airfoils in the propeller research tunnel, including two with corrugated surfaces, by Donald H. Wood, p. 761.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Chester, Vt.: NewsBank, inc., 2007. Available via the World Wide Web. Access restricted to Readex U.S. Congressional Serial Set subscribers.
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Other author Biermann, Arnold E.
Briggs, L.J.
Brombacher, W.G.
Burgess, C.P.
Cordero, F.
DeFrance, S.J.
Diehl, Walter S.
Dryden, Hugh L., (Hugh Latimer)
Gelalles, A.G.
Gove, W.D.
Higgins, George J.
Hoover, Herbert, 1874-1964.
Jacobs, Eastman N.
Joachim, William F.
Knight, Montgomery.
Kuethe, Arnold M., (Arnold Martin)
Lesley, E.P.
Louden, F.A.
March, H.W.
Reid, Elliott G.
Rothrock, A.M.
Schey, Oscar W.
Smith, R.H.
Thompson, F.L.
Trayer, George W., (George William)
Weick, Fred E.
Wenzinger, Carl Joseph.
Wood, Donald H.
Zahm, Albert Francis.
United States. President (1929-1933 : Hoover)
United States. National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics.
Subject Advisory boards, committees, etc.
Aeronautics.
Aircraft accidents and safety.
Aircraft construction.
Aircraft.
Airplanes.
Transportation research.
Aircraft pilots.
Annual Reports.
Monographs.
Presidential Communications and Messages.