History of aicraft piston engines

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Unformatted text preview: conditions. NACA Technical Memorandum, n o. 981, 1941, 32 pp., graph d ata, bibl. of 6 items. K ENDRICK, JAMES B . Ground versus flight tests of airplane engine installations. SAE Transactions, v ol. 50, 1942, pp. 2 41-251, i llus., diagrs., graph data, and a 7-item b ibliography. 116 A bove t he d ark blue weather; airplanes that a re to fly in the s tratosphere. Aviation, v ol. 3 1, n o. 5 (May 1932), p p. 2 25-226, illus., drgs. D ROEGMULLER, E . A., and H ERSEY, D . S. T h e r elation of i ntake-charge cooling t o e ngine p erformance. SAE Transactions, v ol. 52, 1944, p p. 6 14-620, graph data. C AMPBELL, KENNETH, a nd T ALBERT, JOHN E . Some advantages and limitations of cen- trifugal a nd a xial aircraft superchargers. SAE Transactions, v ol. 53, 1945, pp. 6 07-618, i llus., graph data. A p ioneer passes. The Aeroplane ( November 2 2, 1946), vol. 71, p. 6 11. O bituary, D r. S anford Moss. Also see a rticles i n the following NACA Reports: 1st, 1915; 3d, 1917; 4th, 1918; 6th, 1920; 11th, 1925; 13th, 1927; 14th, 1928; 16th, 1930; 17th, 1931. Cooling, Cowling, and Radiators B LACK, ARCHIBALD. A ircraft radiators. SAE Transactions, v ol. 14, pt. 1, 1919, pp. 534— 5 77. C omplete a nd well documented, from early Wright machine t o d ate; i ncludes a 4 3-item bibl. P ARSONS, SAMUEL R . D esign factors for a irplane radiators. SAE Transactions, v ol. 15, p t. 1, 1920, p p. 5 91-608. T he Lamblin Radiator. The Aeroplane ( January 19, 1921), v ol. 20, p. 66, illus. C lark plane a nd L ow-Drag Cowl. Aviation, v ol. 26, no. 12 ( March 2 3, 1929), p . 898. A nticipation of N ACA cowling i n 1921. W EICK, F RED E . T h e new N ACA low d rag cowling. Aviation, vol. 25, no. 21 ( November 17, 1928), p p. 1 556-1557, 1586, 1588, 1590, illus. B RIDGMAN, LEONARD, a nd J AMES, THURSTAN. T h e cowling of air-cooled engines. The Aeroplane ( January 3 0, 1929), v ol. 36, pp. 1 6 0 A - 1 6 4 A , illus. A NGLE, GLENN D . R adial vs. i n-line engines. ASME, Transactions, vol. 51, 1929, pp. 1 89-196. Part of the air- v ersus liquid-cooling controversy. F RANK, G . W. H igh temperature liquid cooling. SAE Transactions, vol. 24, 1929, pp. 4 45^-59. illus., graph data. Relates t o use of e ngine coolants other than water. M ore about t he c owling of a ir-cooled engines. The Aeroplane ( April 2 4, 1929), vol. 3 6, p p. 6 53-654, 6 56, illus. S WAN, ANDREW. R ecent developments i n c ooling aero-engines. Journal of the Royal Aeronautical Society ( March 1931), v ol. 35, pp. 1 79-206. Summarized in The Aeroplane ( November 2 6, 1930), v ol. 3 4, pp. 1 240-1244. T OWNEND, H . C. H . T h e T ownend ring. Journal of the Royal Aeronautical Society ( October 1930), v ol. 34, pp. 8 13-848, illus., drgs., diagrs., graph data. B OYD, PAUL M . E ngine cowl rings. ASME, Transactions, v ol. 54, 1932, pp. 9 3-101. H istorical point of v iew. H IGGINBOTHAM, R . R. E ngine cooling problems with venturi cowling. SAE, Transactions, v ol. 27, 1932, 8 4-92, i llus., diagrs., t ab. d ata. Cowling...
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