History of aicraft piston engines

3 no 2 august 1918 pp 147 152 a nd no 3 september 1918

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Unformatted text preview: cent, Maxim, S tout, and others. L ESCARBOURA, AUSTIN C . Bringing the Gnome engine to America; how this most intricate of aviation engines is being successfully manufactured in our country. Scientific American, v ol. 16, no. 14 (April 7, 1917), pp. 374—375, illus., diagr. P AGE, VICTOR W . Development of aviation engines. Scientific American, vol. 117, n o. 14 ( October 6, 1917), pp. 247, 258-259, illus., tab. data. . Aviation engines. 589 pp. illus. New York: Norman W. Henley Publishing C o., 1917. A good description of aircraft engine practice up to 1917. Details of some important early engines. S HERBONDY, E . H. Aviation engine development. SAE Transactions, v ol. 12, pt. 2, 1917, p p. 274—302, illus., drgs., tab. and graph data. C HASE, HERBERT. M odern aeronautic engines. SAE Transactions, v ol. 13, pt. 2, 1918, p p. 2 41-266, illus. A survey, heavily illustrated. . A eronautic engines. SAE Journal, v ol. 3, no. 2 (August 1918), pp. 147-152; a nd no. 3 (September 1918), pp. 205-208. Lavishly illustrated. 103 D URAND, WILLIAM F . Outstanding aeronautic problems. SAE Journal, v ol. 3, no. 3 ( September 1918), pp. 213-219; no. 4 (October 1918), pp. 280-284. Excellent g eneral discussion. E volution of the aircraft engine. Scientific American, v ol. 119, no. 14 (October 5, 1918), p . 270, tab. data. H ow the Hispano-Suiza engine came to the forefront of aviation. Scientific American, v ol. 118, n o. 1 (January 6, 1918), pp. 7, 20. K ETTERING, CHARLES F . The future of the airplane business. SAE Transactions, 1918, p t. 2, pp. 363-379. Interesting predictions by an eminent engineer of that time. L AY, DONALD MCLEOD. T he Hispano-Suiza aircraft engine. SAE Transactions, v ol. 13, p t. 2, 1918, 4 75-491. I llus. Also SAE Journal, v ol. 3, no. 6 (December 1918), p p. 3 67-372. T he Liberty motor; Its checkered career and details of its construction. Scientific American, vol. 119, no. 23 (December 7, 1918), pp. 455, 466, illus., drg. T he true story of the Liberty motor. Scientific American, vol. 118, no. 22 (June 1, 1918), p p. 5 00, 515. U PTON, G . B. Airplane performance determined by engine performance. SAE Journal, vol. 3 , no. 4 (October 1918), pp. 275-279. C OLVIN, F RED H . H OW F ord built Liberty motors. American Machinist, v ol. 51, no. 23 ( December 18, 1919), pp. 1037-1041, illus. D OUGLAS, DONALD W . The airplane as a commercial possibility. SAE Transactions, vol. 14, pt. 2, 1919, pp. 444-462. Strong emphasis on need for engine development. A G erman view of the Liberty engine. The Aeroplane, v ol. 17, no. 14 (October 1, 1919), A eronautical Engineering Supplement, p. 1266. T he 200 h.p. Mercedes engine. SAE Journal, vol. 5, no. 2 (August 1919), p. 191. T he 450 h.p. Napier "Lion" engine. SAE Journal, v ol. 5, no. 6 (December 1919), pp. 4 30-432. Includes 2 fine cross-sectional drawings. S AYERS, W . H. Aerial propulsion. The Aeroplane, vol. 17, A ugust 13, 1919, pp. 593-594, a nd August 27, 1919, pp. 809-810. S MITH, JOHN W . Fixed radial cylinder engines. SAE Transactions, vol. 14, pt. 1...
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