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p p. 5 27-530. At this date Gray was a captain with Pan American Airways;
l ater became president of the organization.
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a nd its relation to engine behavior; optical indicator shows pressure waves due to
d etonation; theory of "knock"; mentions iodine and analin as knock suppressors.
K UTZBACH, K . The problem of fuel for aviation engines. NACA Technical Note, n o.
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