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P erseus production. The Aeroplane, vol. 44, no. 1412 (June 15, 1938), pp. 751-752, illus.,
T he first sleeve valve engine in production. The Aeroplane, v ol.44, n o. 1403 (April 1 3,1938),
p . 4 53, illus. Bristol Perseus X I I .
T AYLOR, E . S., and B ROWNE, K . A. Vibration isolation of aircraft power plants. Journal
of the Aeronautical Sciences, vol. 6, no. 2 (December 1938), pp. 43-49, diagrs., drgs.,
g raph data, footnote refs.
B ENTLEY, G. P. Vibration of radial aircraft engines. Journal of the Aeronautical Sciences,
vol. 6, no. 7 (May 1939), pp. 278-283, and no. 8 (June 1939), pp. 3 33-341, d iagrs.,
t ab., a nd graph data, footnote refs.
B ROWNE, K . A. Dynamic s uspension—a m ethod of aircraft-engine mounting. SAE
Transactions, vol. 34, 1939, pp. 185-192. Describes 6-degree rubber mounting
for radial engines.
K AMPER, CARLTON. Aircraft engine research of the National Adivsory Committee for
A eronautics. Journal of the Aeronautical Sciences, vol. 6, no. 12 (October 1939),
p p. 4 79-484, illus., diagrs., graph data, footnote refs.
See also u nder History and Technology ("Search of Archives Reveals Interesting Engine
H istories," 1938). Piston Engines 1940 and After
C OLWELL, A . T. Modern aircraft valves. SAE Transactions, v ol. 35, 1940, pp. 147-152.
C omprehensive description of current practice.
D EFOREST, A. V., and E LLIS, GREER. B rittle lacquers as an aid to stress analysis. Journal
of the Aeronautical Sciences, vol. 7, no. 5 (March 1940), p p. 205-208, illus., footnote
refs. A daptation of Diedrick and Lehr work in the United States.
T he development of sodium cooling of exhaust valves. Automotive Industries, v ol. 82, no. 9
( May 1, 1940), pp. 417-418, diagrs. R.A.E. trials of water and mercury in 1913.
M idgeley and Kettering patent on causing wetting of steel surface by mercury,
S alt cooling by Heron, 1923, first used in Wright J - 5 engine, 1926. Metallic sodium followed. 110 L ycoming geared 75 h.p. e ngine. Aviation, v ol. 39, no. 1 ( January 1940), p . 50, i llus.,
specs. F our-cylinder-opposed geared engine for l ight airplanes.
L ycoming 12-cylinder h orizontally opposed engine. Aviation, vol. 30, no. 6 ( June 1940),
p . 114. A v ery brief item.
M OREHOUSE, HAROLD E . L ight aircraft engine developments. Journal of the Aeronautical
Sciences, v ol. 8, no. 10 ( August 1941), p p. 3 93-400, illus., diagrs., exploded views,
g raph data. Includes some very small engines, never widely used.
B ROWNBACK, HENRY L . D evelopment of the r adial engine for m ilitary uses. Automotive Industries, v ol. 84, no. 4 ( February 15, 1941), 156-160, illus., degs. Historical
a ccount of A nzani fan and r adial air-cooled engines. Brownback built small engines
in t he U nited States, based o n A nzani practices.
H AZEN, R . M . T h e Allison aircraft engine development. SAE Transactions, v ol. 36,
1 941, p p. 4 88-500, illus., drgs., diagrs., graph a nd tab. d ata.
Y OUNG, RAYMOND W . M ercedes-Benz D B-601A a ircraft e...
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