History of aicraft piston engines

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Unformatted text preview: Aviation, vol. 29, no. 5 (November 1930), p p. 2 73-277, diagrs., tab. data. B ANKS, F . R. Fuels for aircraft engines Journal of the Royal Aeronautical Society ( February 1932), vol. 36, pp. 127-140, graph data. W ARD, B . P., and S INCLAIR, W . P. Testing of naval aviation gasoline. Journal of the American Society of Naval Engineers, vol. 44, no. 3 (August 1932), pp. 285-297. W hat is an octane number? The Aeroplane ( March 9, 1932), vol. 42, pp. 436-437. B ANKS, F . R. Ethyl: Some information on the use and advantages gained by the Employment of tetraethyl lead in fuels for aviation engines. Journal of the Royal Aeronautical Society (April 1934), vol. 38, pp. 3 09-372, g raph data. K LEIN, F . D. Aircraft engine performance w ith 100 octane fuel. Journal of the American Institute of Aeronautical Sciences ( March 1935), vol. 2, pp. 43-47. 120 NuTT, A RTHUR. Aircraft engines a nd t heir lubrication. SAE Transactions, vol. 34, 1939, p p. 5 01-512, illus., drgs., diagrs. S ynthetic oils for a ircraft gas t urbine lubrication. Lubrication, vol. 40, no. 4 ( April 1954), p p. 4 5-56, illus., diagrs., schematic views. Also see a rticles in the following NACA Reports: 11th, 1925; 13th, 1927; 15th, 1929; 20th, 1934; 21st, 1935; 24th, 1938; 25th, 1939. Propellers and Propeller Gearing P ILLET, L . E xperiences practiques s ur le r endiment d e differentes helices aerienne. VAeronaute, vol. 3, no. 3 ( March 1870), p p. 3 3-43, t abular data. F ROUDE, W . On the E lementary Relation Between Pitch, Slip, a nd P ropulsive Efficiency. Transactions, I nstitution of N aval Architects [British], vol. 19, 1878, p p. 4 7-65. A RSON, — . E tude s ur le P ropulseur pour 1'Aviation. S ociete des I ngenieurs Civils d e F rance, Memoires, v ol. 32, 1879, pp. 3 42-365. A MANS, P . C. P erfectionnement des helices a eriennes. L'Aeronaute, vol. 25, no. 10 ( October 1892), p p. 2 19-231, d iagrs. C ALDWELL, F . W. C onventional propeller calculations. SAE Transactions, vol. 13, pt. 2, 1918, p p. 3 07-333, illus., drgs., diagrs., graph data. E IFFEL, G USTAVE. Etudes sur I'helice aerienne fades au laboratoire d'Aureil; les nouvelles recherches sur les helices aerienne. P aris: E . C hiron, 1 921. 304 pp., illus. D escription of the C urtiss-Reed metal propeller. Aviation, vol. 15, no. 21 ( November 19, 1923), p . 630. T he Paragon adjustable a nd r eversible propeller. Aviation, vol. 14, no. 1 ( January 1, 1923), p . 19. T he L eitner-Watts m etal propeller; uses hollow steel blades set in a djustable hub. Aviation, vol. 19, no. 9 ( August 31, 1925), p p. 2 44-245, illus. W RIGHT, THEODORE P . T h e d urability of m etal propellers. Aviation, vol. 21, no. 17 ( October 2 5, 1926), p . 706; no. 22 ( November 29, 1926), p p. 9 13-914; a nd no. 26 ( December 27, 1926), p p. 1 082-1083. M CCAULEY, E. G. M etal propeller development; extensive test work responsible for p resent efficiency. Aviation, vol. 22, no. 22 (May 30, 1927), p p. 1 127-1130, 1444, illus. M OCK, RICHARD M . G eare...
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