NACA Digital Library - UK Mirror

    271 records

  1. Walter J. Klinar, Lawrence J. Gale; Wind-tunnel investigation of the spinning characteristics of a model of a twin-tail low-wing personal-owner-type airplane with linked and unlinked rudder and aileron controls; naca-tn-1801; January 1949

  2. F. B. Gustafson; The application of airfoil studies to helicopter rotor design; naca-tn-1812; February 1949

  3. Paul Seide, Manuel Stein; Compressive buckling of simply supported plates with longitudinal stiffeners; naca-tn-1825; March, 1949

  4. Manuel Stein, Robert W. Fralich; Critical shear stress of infinitely long, simply supported plate with transverse stiffeners; naca-tn-1851;

  5. Murry Schildcrout, Manuel Stein; Critical Axial-Compressive Stress of a Curved Rectangular Panel with a Central Longitudal Stiffener; naca-tn-1879; May 1949

  6. NACA Subcommitte on Turbines; Provisional symbols and definitions for aircraft turbines; naca-tn-1508; Mar 1949

  7. M. D. Burdick, R. E. Moreland, R. F. Geller; Strength and creep characteristics of ceramic bodies at elevated temperatures; naca-tn-1561; Apr 1949

  8. Arvo A. Luoma; An investigation of the section characteristics of plain unsealed ailerons on an NACA 66,1-115 airfoil section in the Langley 8-foot high-speed tunnel; naca-tn-1596; Jan 1949

  9. Hugh L. Dryden, Ira H. Abbott; The design of low-turbulence wind tunnels; naca-tn-1755; Nov 1949

  10. J. W. Freeman, Howard C. Cross; NACA and Office of Naval Research metallurgical investigation of two large forged discs of S-590 alloy; naca-tn-1760; Feb 1949

  11. Howard C. Cross, J. W. Freeman; Office of Naval Research and NACA metallurgical investigation of a large forged disc of S-816 alloy; naca-tn-1765; Feb 1949

  12. Maxwell Alfred Heaslet, Harvard Lomax; The application of Green's theorem to the solution of boundary-value problems in linearized supersonic wing theory; naca-tn-1767; Apr 1949

  13. Jim Rogers Thompson; A rapid graphical method for computing the pressure distribution at supersonic speeds on a slender arbitrary body of revolution; naca-tn-1768; Jan 1949

  14. Howard C. Cross, J. W. Freeman; Office of Naval Research and NACA metallurgical investigation of a large forged disc of Inconel X alloy; naca-tn-1770; Apr 1949

  15. Philip M. Edge; Hydrodynamic impact loads in smooth water for a prismatic float having an angle of dead rise of 40 degrees; naca-tn-1775; Jan 1949

  16. Norris F. Dow, Albert S. Keevil, Jr; Direct-reading design charts for 24S-T aluminum-alloy flat compression panels having longitudinal formed Z-section stiffeners; naca-tn-1778; Jan 1949

  17. Margaret F. Steiner; Comparison of over-all impact loads obtained during seaplane landing tests with loads predicted by hydrodynamic theory; naca-tn-1781; Jan 1949

  18. Arthur W. Carter; Effect of hull length-beam ratio on the hydrodynamic characteristics of flying boats in waves; naca-tn-1782; Jan 1949

  19. Jerome B. Hammack; Flight investigation in climb and at high speed of a two-blade and a three-blade propeller; naca-tn-1784; Jan 1949

  20. Norris F. Dow, William A. Hickman; Comparison of the structural efficiency of panels having straight-web and curved-web Y-section stiffeners; naca-tn-1787; Jan 1949

  21. Robert S. Ruggeri, Uwe Von Glahn, Vern G. Rollin; Investigation of aerodynamic and icing characteristics of recessed fuel-vent configurations; naca-tn-1789; Mar 1949

  22. Willard D. Coles; Investigation of icing characteristics of typical light-airplane engine induction systems; naca-tn-1790; Feb 1949

  23. George H. Holdaway; Corrosion tests of a heated wing utilizing an exhaust-gas-air mixture for ice prevention; naca-tn-1791; Jan 1949

  24. Robert V. Hess, Clifford S. Gardner; Study by the Prandtl-Glauert method of compressibility effects and critical Mach number for ellipsoids of various aspect ratios and thickness ratios; naca-tn-1792; Jan 1949

  25. Dwight B. Kline; Investigation of meteorological conditions associated with aircraft icing in layer-type clouds for 1947-48 winter; naca-tn-1793; Jan 1949

  26. Thomas D. Reisert; Gust-tunnel investigation of a wing model with semichord line swept back 30 degrees; naca-tn-1794; Jan 1949

  27. Chung-Hua Wu, Lincoln Wolfenstein; Application of radial-equilibrium condition to axial-flow compressor and turbine design; naca-tn-1795; Jan 1949

  28. William H Phillips; Theoretical analysis of oscillations of a towed cable; naca-tn-1796; Jan 1949

  29. Gerald M. McCormack, Woodrow L. Cook; A study of stall phenomena on a 45 degree swept-forward wing; naca-tn-1797; Jan 1949

  30. Kenneth Margolis; Effect of thickness on the lateral force and yawing moment of a sideslipping delta wing at supersonic speeds; naca-tn-1798; Jan 1949

  31. John P. Reeder, F. B. Gustafson; On the flying qualities of helicopters; naca-tn-1799; Jan 1949

  32. Norris F. Dow, Ralph E. Hubka, William M. Roberts; Direct-reading design charts for 24S-T aluminum-alloy flat compression panels having longitudinal straight-web Y-section stiffeners; naca-tn-1777; Jan 1949

  33. Dean R. Chapman; Laminar mixing of a compressible fluid; naca-tn-1800; Feb 1949

  34. Jack Fischel; Wind-tunnel investigation of an NACA 65-210 semispan wing equipped with circular plug ailerons and a full-span slotted flap; naca-tn-1802; Jan 1949

  35. Harvard Lomax, Loma Sluder; Downwash in the vertical and horizontal planes of symmetry behind a triangular wing in supersonic flow; naca-tn-1803; Jan 1949

  36. R. B. Clark, W. T. Sparrow; Effect of longitudinal steps on skipping characteristics of PB2Y-6 flying boat; naca-tn-1804; Jan 1949

  37. Neal Tetervin; Remarks concerning the behavior of the laminar boundary layer in compressible flows; naca-tn-1805; Jan 1949

  38. Robert C. Kohl, Howard Z. Herzig, Warren J. Whitney; Effects of partial admission on performance of a gas turbine; naca-tn-1807; Feb 1949

  39. Antonio Ferri; Method for evaluating from shadow or Schlieren photographs the pressure drag in two-dimensional or axially symmetrical flow phenomena with detached shock; naca-tn-1808; Feb 1949

  40. Antonio Ferri; The method of characteristics for the determination of supersonic flow over bodies of revolution at small angles of attack; naca-tn-1809; Feb 1949

  41. M. C. Huppert, Charles MacGregor; Comparison between predicted and observed performance of gas-turbine stator blade designed for free-vortex flow; naca-tn-1810; Apr 1949

  42. C. W. Frick, R. S. Chubb; The longitudinal stability of elastic swept wings at supersonic speed; naca-tn-1811; Feb 1949

  43. Gerald E. Nitzberg, Stewart Crandall; A study of flow changes associated with airfoil section drag rise at supercritical speeds; naca-tn-1813; Feb 1949

  44. Vincent L. Lavalle, Merle C. Huppert; Effects of several design variables on turbine-wheel weight; naca-tn-1814; Feb 1949

  45. Eric Reissner; On compressibility corrections for subsonic flow over bodies of revolution; naca-tn-1815; Feb 1949

  46. Barrett S. Baldwin, Jr.; Triangular wings cambered and twisted to support specified distributions of lift at supersonic speeds; naca-tn-1816; Feb 1949

  47. Leonard Sternfield; Effect of automatic stabilization on the lateral oscillatory stability of a hypothetical airplane at supersonic speeds; naca-tn-1818; Mar 1949

  48. Israel Taback; The response of pressure measuring systems to oscillating pressures; naca-tn-1819; Feb 1949

  49. Bernard Wiener; Ambient pressure determination at high altitudes by use of free-molecule theory; naca-tn-1821; Mar 1949

  50. Paul Seide, John F. Eppler; The buckling of parallel simply supported tension and compression members connected by elastic deflectional springs; naca-tn-1823; Feb 1949

  51. Max A. Heaslet, Harvard Lomax, John R. Spreiter; Linearized compressible-flow theory for sonic flight speeds; naca-tn-1824; Jan 1950

  52. Samuel Katzoff, Clifford S. Gardner, Leo Diesendruck, Bertram J. Eisenstadt; Linear theory of boundary effects in open wind tunnels with finite jet lengths; naca-tn-1826; Mar 1949

  53. Stanley U. Benscoter, Myron L. Gossard; Matrix methods for calculating cantilever-beam deflections; naca-tn-1827; Mar 1949

  54. Arthur W. Carter, Irving Weinstein; Effect of forebody warp on the hydrodynamic qualities of a hypothetical flying boat having a hull length-beam ratio of 15; naca-tn-1828; Mar 1949

  55. L. A.Harney, J. F. T. Saur, A. R. Robinson; A statistical study of wave conditions at four open-sea localities in the North Pacific Ocean; naca-tn-1493; Jan 1949

  56. Leslie F. Lawrence, James L. Summers; Wind-tunnel investigation of a tailless triangular-wing fighter aircraft at Mach numbers from 0.5 to 1.5; naca-rm-a9b16; Jun 1949

  57. Jules B. Dods, Jr.; Wind-tunnel investigation of horizontal tails V : 45 degree swept-back plan form of aspect ratio 2; naca-rm-a9d05; Sep 1949

  58. Robert T. Madden; Aerodynamic study of a wing-fuselage combination employing a wing swept back 63 degrees : investigation at a Mach number of 1.53 to determine the effects of cambering and twisting the wing for uniform load at a lift coefficient of 0.25; naca-rm-a9c07; May 1949

  59. Victor I. Stevens, John W. Boyd; A comparison of theoretical and experimental loading on a 63 degrees swept-back wing at supersonic speeds; naca-rm-a9c16; Sep 1949

  60. Angelo Bandettini, Verlin D. Reed; The aerodynamic characteristics throughout the subsonic speed range of a thin, sharp-edged horizontal tail of aspect ratio 4 equipped with a constant-chord elevator; naca-rm-a9e05; Jun 1949

  61. Newton A. Mas; Aerodynamic study of a wing-fuselage combination employing a wing swept back 63 degrees : characteristics for symmetrical wing sections at high subsonic and moderate supersonic Mach numbers; naca-rm-a9e09; Jul 1949

  62. Jack N. Nielsen, Frederick H. Matteson; Calculative method for estimating the interference pressure field at zero lift on a symmetrical swept-back wing mounted on a circular cylindrical body; naca-rm-a9e19; Aug 1949

  63. Gerald M. McCormack; Aerodynamic study of a wing-fuselage combination employing a wing swept back 63 degrees : aerodynamic characteristics in sideslip of a large-scale model having a 63 degree swept-back vertical tail; naca-rm-a9f14; Oct 1949

  64. Ben H. Johnson, Jr., Francis W. Rollins; Investigation of a thin wing of aspect ratio 4 in the Ames 12-foot pressure wind tunnel V : static longitudinal stability and control throughout the subsonic speed range of a semispan model of a supersonic airplane; naca-rm-a9i01; Dec 1949

  65. J. Lloyd Jones, Fred A. Demele; Aerodynamic Study of a Wing-Fuselage Combination Employing a Wing Swept back 63 deg - Characteristics Throughout the Subsonic Speed Range with the Wing Cambered and Twisted for a Uniform Load at a Lift Coefficient of 0.25; naca-rm-a9d25; Aug 1949

  66. Clyde Hayes; Preliminary investigation of a variable mass-flow supersonic nose inlet; naca-rm-l9j11; Dec 1949

  67. Carl A. Sandahl, H. Kurt Strass; Comparative tests of the rolling effectiveness of constant-chord, full-delta, and half-delta ailerons on delta wings at transonic and supersonic speeds; naca-rm-l9j26; Dec 1949

  68. James M. Benson, Thomas W. Williams; Preliminary investigation of the use of afterglow for visualizing low-density compressible flows; naca-rm-l9a24a; Feb 1949

  69. Charles H. McLellan, Thomas W. Williams, Mitchel H. Bertram; Investigation of a two-step nozzle in an 11-inch hypersonic tunnel; naca-rm-l9g26; Oct 1949

  70. W. J. McCann; Thermodynamic charts for internal-combustion-engine fluids; naca-tn-1883; Jul 1949

  71. John D. Stanitz, Gaylord O. Ellis; Two-dimensional compressible flow in centrifugal compressors with straight blades; naca-tn-1932; Aug 1949

  72. Jack D. Stephenson; The effects of aerodynamic brakes upon the speed characteristics of airplanes; naca-tn-1939; Sep 1949

  73. Laurence K. Loftin, Jr., Hamilton A. Smith; Aerodynamic characteristics of 15 NACA airfoil sections at seven Reynolds numbers from 0.7 x 10(exp 6) to 9.0 x 10(exp 6); naca-tn-1945; Oct 1949

  74. N. J. Hoff, Bruno A. Boley, Merven W. Mandel; Stresses in and general instability of monocoque cylinders with cutouts VIII : calculation of the buckling load of cylinders with long symmetric cutout subjected to pure bending; naca-tn-1963; Oct 1949

  75. Albert E. McPherson, J. Evans, Samuel Levy; Influence of wing flexibility on force-time relation in shock strut following vertical landing impact; naca-tn-1995; Nov 1949

  76. Morris Morduchow; On internal damping of rotating beams; naca-tn-1996; Dec 1949

  77. Marion O. McKinney, Jr.; Analysis of means of improving the uncontrolled lateral motions of personal airplanes; naca-tn-1997; Dec 1949

  78. Madden, Robert T; Aerodynamic study of a wing-fuselage combination employing a wing swept back 63 degrees : characteristics at a Mach number of 1.53 including effect of small variations of sweep; naca-rm-a8j04; January 26, 1949

  79. Reed, Verlin D Johnson, Ben H , Jr; Investigation of a thin wing of aspect ratio 4 in the Ames 12-foot pressure wind tunnel IV : the effect of a constant-chord leading-edge flap at high subsonic speeds; naca-rm-a8k19; January 20, 1949

  80. Rathert, George A , Jr Hanson, Carl M Rolls, L Stewart; Investigation of a thin straight wing of aspect ratio 4 by the NACA wing-flow method : lift and pitching-moment characteristics of the wing alone; naca-rm-a8l20; February 14, 1949

  81. Scherrer, Richard Gowen, Forrest R Wimbrow, William R; Heat-transfer and boundary-layer transition on a heated 20 degree cone at a Mach number of 1.53; naca-rm-a8l28; January 10, 1949

  82. Allen, H Julian; Estimation of the forces and moments acting on inclined bodies of revolution of high fineness ratio; naca-rm-a9i26; November 14, 1949

  83. Edwards, Sherman S; Experimental investigation at supersonic speeds of side scoops employing boundary-layer suction; naca-rm-a9i29; December 12, 1949

  84. Huff, Vearl N Calvert, Clyde S Erdmann, Virginia C; Theoretical performance of diborane as a rocket fuel; naca-rm-e8i17a; January 10, 1949

  85. Maslen, Stephen H; Pressure distributions on thin conical body of elliptic cross section at Mach number 1.89; naca-rm-e8k05; January 20, 1949

  86. Meyer, Carl L; Altitude-wind-tunnel investigation of AN-F-58 fuel in experimental version of J47 turbojet engine; naca-rm-e8l13; May 02, 1949

  87. Kinney, George R Lidman, William G; Investigation of ceramic, graphite, and chrome-plated graphite nozzles on rocket engine; naca-rm-e8l16; March 07, 1949

  88. Wyatt, Demarquis D; Experimental pressure distribution on a asymmetrical nonconical body at Mach number 1.90; naca-rm-e9b03; February 24, 1949

  89. Rowe, William H Ordin, Paul M Diehl, John M; Experimental investigation of liquid diborane - liquid oxygen propellant combination in 100-pound-thrust rocket engine; naca-rm-e9c11; May 09, 1949

  90. Carlton, William W Messing, Wesley E; Free-flight performance of 16-inch-diameter supersonic ram-jet units I : four units designed for combustion-chamber-inlet Mach number of 0.12 at free-stream Mach number of 1.6 (units A-2, A-3, A-4, and A-5); naca-rm-e9f22; September 22, 1949

  91. Sterbentz, William H; Analysis and experimental observation of pressure losses in ram-jet combustion chambers; naca-rm-e9h19; November 04, 1949

  92. Stack, John Lindsey, W F; Characteristics of low-aspect-ratio wings at supercritical Mach numbers; naca-report-922; 1949

  93. Olson, Roland E Land, Norman S; Effect of afterbody length and keel angle on minimum depth of step for landing stability and on take-off stability of a flying boat; naca-report-923; 1949

  94. Crigler, John L; Application of Theodorsen's theory to propeller design; naca-report-924; 1949

  95. Harmon, Sidney M; Stability derivatives at supersonic speeds of thin rectangular wings with diagonals ahead of tip Mach lines; naca-report-925; 1949

  96. Vogeley, A W; Sound-level measurements of a light airplane modified to reduce noise reaching the ground; naca-report-926; 1949

  97. Phillips, William H; Appreciation and prediction of flying qualities; naca-report-927; 1949

  98. Goldstein, Arthur W Alpert, Sumner Beede, William Kovach, Karl; Analysis of performance of jet engine from characteristics of components II : interaction of components as determined from engine operation; naca-report-928; 1949

  99. Machlin, E S; Dislocation theory of the fatigue of metals; naca-report-929; 1949

  100. Kochendorfer, Fred D Nettles, J Cary; An analytical method of estimating turbine performance; naca-report-930; 1949

  101. Lundin, Bruce T Povolny, John H Chelko, Louis J; Correlation of cylinder-head temperatures and coolant heat rejections of a multicylinder, liquid-cooled engine of 1710-cubic-inch displacement; naca-report-931; 1949

  102. Bollinger, Lowell M Williams, David T; Effect of Reynolds number in turbulent-flow range on flame speeds of bunsen burner flames; naca-report-932; 1949

  103. Grey, Ralph E Wilsted, H Dean; Performance of conical jet nozzles in terms of flow and velocity coefficients; naca-report-933; 1949

  104. Hoff, N J Libby, Paul A; Recommendations for numerical solution of reinforced-panel and fuselage-ring problems; naca-report-934; 1949

  105. Stanitz, John D; Two-dimensional compressible flow in turbomachines with conic flow surfaces; naca-report-935; 1949

  106. Brown, W Byron Bradshaw, Guy R; Design and performance of family of diffusing scrolls with mixed-flow impeller and vaneless diffuser; naca-report-936; 1949

  107. Turner, L Richard Bogart, Donald; Constant-pressure combustion charts including effects of diluent addition; naca-report-937; 1949

  108. Cahill, Jones F; Summary of section data on trailing-edge high-lift devices; naca-report-938; 1949

  109. Tucker, Warren A Nelson, Robert L; Theoretical characteristics in supersonic flow of two types of control surfaces on triangular wings; naca-report-939; 1949

  110. Dryden, Hugh L Abbott, Ira H; The design of low-turbulence wind tunnels; naca-report-940; 1949

  111. Weil, Joseph Sleeman, William C , Jr; Prediction of the effects of propeller operation on the static longitudinal stability of single-engine tractor monoplanes with flaps retracted; naca-report-941; 1949

  112. Sivells, James C Spooner, Stanley H; Investigation in the Langley 19-foot pressure tunnel of two wings of NACA 65-210 and 64-210 airfoil sections with various type flaps; naca-report-942; 1949

  113. Sternfield, Leonard Gates, Ordway B , Jr; A simplified method for the determination and analysis of the neutral-lateral-oscillatory-stability boundary; naca-report-943; 1949

  114. Stalder, Jackson R Jukoff, David; Heat transfer to bodies traveling at high speed in the upper atmosphere; naca-report-944; 1949

  115. Heaslet, Max A Lomax, Harvard; Two-dimensional unsteady lift problems in supersonic flight; naca-report-945; 1949

  116. Handelman, G H Prager, W; Plastic buckling of a rectangular plate under edge thrusts; naca-report-946; 1949

  117. Graham, Donald J; The development of cambered airfoil sections having favorable lift characteristics at supercritical Mach numbers; naca-report-947; 1949

  118. Kauffman, William M Liddell, Charles J , Jr Smith, Allan Van Dyke, Rudolph D , Jr; An apparatus for varying effective dihedral in flight with application to a study of tolerable dihedral on a conventional fighter airplane; naca-report-948; 1949

  119. Schubauer, G B Spangenberg, W G; Effect of screens in wide-angle diffusers; naca-report-949; 1949

  120. Nichols, Mark R Keith, Arvid L , Jr; Investigation of a systematic group of NACA 1-series cowlings with and without spinners; naca-report-950; 1949

  121. Tsu, Tsung-Chi (Massachusetts Institute of Technology); Theory of the inlet and exhaust processes of internal-combustion engines; naca-tn-1446; 1949

  122. Boelter, L M K (University of California) Poppendiek, H (University of California) Young, G (University of California) Andersen, J R (University of California); An investigation of aircraft heaters XXX : nocturnal irradiation as a function of altitude and its use in determination of heat requirements of aircraft; naca-tn-1454; 1949

  123. Boelter, L M K (University of California) Guibert, A G (University of California) Romie, F E (University of California) Sanders, V D (University of California) Rademacher, J M (University of California); An investigation of aircraft heaters XXXI : summary of laboratory testing of several exhaust-gas and air heat exchangers; naca-tn-1455; July 1949

  124. Niles, Alfred S (Stanford University); Overbalancing in residual-liquidation computations; naca-tn-1457; February 1949

  125. Schuette, E H (The Dow Chemical Company); Observations on the maximum average stress of flat plates buckled in edge compression; naca-tn-1625; February 1949

  126. Heimerl, George J Roberts, William M; Determination of plate compressive strengths at elevated temperatures; naca-tn-1806; February 1949

  127. Pride, Richard A Heimerl, George J; Plastic buckling of simply supported compressed plates; naca-tn-1817; April 1949

  128. Levin, L Ross Sandlin, Charles W , Jr; Strength analysis of stiffened thick beam webs; naca-tn-1820; March 1949

  129. Seide, Paul Stowell, Elbridge Z; Elastic and plastic buckling of simply supported metalite type sandwich plates in compression; naca-tn-1822; February 1949

  130. Hildebrand, F B (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Reissner, E (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Thomas, G B (Massachusetts Institute of Technology.); Notes on the foundations of the theory of small displacements of orthotropic shells; naca-tn-1833; March 1949

  131. Goodman, Alex Fisher, Lewis R; Investigation at low speeds of the effect of aspect ratio and sweep on rolling stability derivatives of untapered wings; naca-tn-1835; March 1949

  132. Runyan, Harry L Watkins, Charles E; Flutter of a uniform wing with an arbitrarily placed mass according to a differential-equation analysis and a comparison with experiment; naca-tn-1848; March 1949

  133. Seide, Paul; Compressive buckling of flat rectangular metalite type sandwich plates with simply supported loaded edges and clamped unloaded edges; naca-tn-1886; May 1949

  134. Marin, Joseph (Pennsylvania State College) Shelson, William (Pennsylvania State College); Biaxial fatigue strength of 24S-T aluminum alloy; naca-tn-1889; May 1949

  135. Nikolsky, A A (Princeton University) Seckel, Edward (Princeton University); An analytical study of the steady vertical descent in autorotation of single-rotor helicopters; naca-tn-1906; June 1949

  136. Moeckel, W E; Approximate method for predicting form and location of detached shock waves ahead of plane or axially symmetric bodies; naca-tn-1921; July 1949

  137. Fischel, Jack Watson, James M; Investigation of spoiler ailerons for use as speed brakes or glide-path controls on two NACA 65-Series wings equipped with full-span slotted flaps; naca-tn-1933; August 1949

  138. Stowell, Elbridge Z Pride, Richard A; Plastic buckling of extruded composite sections in compression; naca-tn-1971; October 1949

  139. Stein, Manuel Yaeger, David J; Critical shear stress of a curved rectangular panel with a central stiffener; naca-tn-1972; October 1949

  140. Stein, Manuel Sanders, Lyell Crate, Harold; Critical stress of ring-stiffened cylinders in torsion; naca-tn-1981; November 1949

  141. Schaefer, Raymond F Smith, Hamilton A; Aerodynamic characteristics of the NACA 8-H-12 airfoil section at six Reynolds numbers from 1.8 x 10(exp 6) to 11.0 x 10(exp 6).; naca-tn-1998; December 1949

  142. (Author(s) Not Available); Summary of the availability and performance problems of high octane number fuels; naca-rm-9d13; April 15, 1949

  143. W. Kruger; On Wind Tunnel Tests and Computations Concerning the Problem of Shrouded Propellers; naca-tm-1202; February 1949

  144. Mccormack, Gerald M Walling, Walter C; Aerodynamic study of a wing-fuselage combination employing a wing swept back 63 degrees : investigation of a large-scale model at low speed; naca-rm-a8d02; January 21, 1949

  145. Perkins, Edward W Canning, Thomas N; Investigation of downwash and wake characteristics at a Mach number of 1.53 I : rectangular wing; naca-rm-a8l16; March 1949

  146. Christiani, R Duane Randall, Lauros M; A preliminary experimental investigation of a submerged cascade inlet; naca-rm-a9a24; March 25, 1949

  147. Perkins, Edward W Canning, Thomas N; Investigation of downwash and wake characteristics at a Mach number of 1.53 II : triangular wing; naca-rm-a9d20; June 06, 1949

  148. Frick, Charles W Olson, Robert N; Flow studies in the asymmetric adjustable nozzle of the Ames 6-by 6-foot supersonic wind tunnel; naca-rm-a9e24; September 15, 1949

  149. Mossman, Emmet A; A comparison of two submerged inlets at subsonic and transonic speeds; naca-rm-a9f16; September 15, 1949

  150. Martin, Norman J Holzhauser, Curt A; An experimental investigation at large scale of single and twin NACA submerged side intakes at several angles of sideslip; naca-rm-a9f20; August 1949

  151. Polentz, Perry P; Comparison of the aerodynamic characteristics of the NACA 0010 and 0010-64 airfoil sections at high subsonic Mach numbers; naca-rm-a9g19; October 07, 1949

  152. Nitzberg, Gerald E Crandall, Stewart M Polentz, Perry P; A preliminary investigation of the usefulness of camber in obtaining favorable airfoil-section drag characteristics at supercritical speeds; naca-rm-a9g20; October 07, 1949

  153. Tinling, Bruce E Dickson, Jerald K; Tests of a model horizontal tail of aspect ratio 4.5 in the Ames 12-foot pressure wing tunnel II : elevator hinge line normal to the plane of symmetry; naca-rm-a9h11a; October 17, 1949

  154. Jones, J Lloyd Demele, Fred A; Aerodynamic study of a wing-fuselage combination employing a wing swept back 63 degrees : effects at subsonic speeds of a constant-chord elevon on a wing cambered and twisted for a uniform load at a lift coefficient of 0.25; naca-rm-a9i27; December 05, 1949

  155. Rolls, L Stewart; The effects of scale and test technique on the validity of small-scale measurements of the aerodynamic characteristics of a wing with the leading edge swept back 63 degrees; naca-rm-a9j06; December 09, 1949

  156. Johnsen, Irving A Wright, Linwood C Hartmann, Melvin J; Performance of 24-inch supersonic axial-flow compressor in air II : performance of compressor rotor at equivalent tip speeds from 800 to 1765 feet per second; naca-rm-e8g01; January 21, 1949

  157. English, Robert E Mccready, Robert J Mccready, John S; Some effects of stator cone angle and blade-tip leakage on 40 percent reaction turbine having rotor-blade caps; naca-rm-e8i21; March 23, 1949

  158. Meyer, Andre J , Jr Calvert, Howard F; Vibration survey of blades in 10-stage axial-flow compressor I : static investigation; naca-rm-e8j22; January 31, 1949

  159. Meyer, Andre J , Jr Calvert, Howard F; Vibration survey of blades in 10-stage axial-flow compressor II : dynamic investigation; naca-rm-e8j22a; January 31, 1949

  160. Meyer, Andre J , Jr Calvert, Howard F; Vibration survey of blades in 10-stage axial-flow compressor III : preliminary engine investigation; naca-rm-e8j22b; January 31, 1949

  161. Jonash, Edmund R Wear, Jerrold D; Carbon deposition of 19 fuels in an annular turbojet combustor; naca-rm-e8k22; February 03, 1949

  162. Armstrong, J C Wilsted, H D; Comparison of performance of AN-F-58 and AN-F-32 fuels in J33-A-23 turbojet engine; naca-rm-e8k24; June 02, 1949

  163. Jagger, James M Mirels, Harold; Experimental pressure distributions over wing tips at Mach number 1.9 I : wing tip with subsonic leading edge; naca-rm-e8k26; January 27, 1949

  164. Acker, Loren W Kleinknecht, Kenneth S; Comparison of flight performance of AN-F-58 and AN-F-32 fuels in J35 turbojet engine; naca-rm-e8l02; April 07, 1949

  165. Tauschek, Max J Sather, Bernard I Biermann, Arnold E; An analysis of a highly compounded two-stroke-cycle compression-ignition engine; naca-rm-e8l09; April 04, 1949

  166. Wright, Linwood C Klapproth, John F; Performance of supersonic axial-flow compressors based on one-dimensional analysis; naca-rm-e8l10; March 25, 1949

  167. Dowman, Harry W Younger, George G; Comparison of performance of AN-F-58 fuel and gasoline in J34-WE-22 turbojet engine; naca-rm-e8l10a; April 07, 1949

  168. Dupree, D T Nussdorfer, T J Sterbentz, W H; Altitude-wind-tunnel investigation of various can-type burners in Bumblebee 18-inch ram jet; naca-rm-e8l20; March 16, 1949

  169. Stricker, Edward G Rayle, Warren D; Altitude performance of AN-F-58 fuels in J35-C-3 single combustor; naca-rm-e8l20a; June 14, 1949

  170. Dittrich, Ralph, T Jackson, Joseph L; Altitude performance of AN-F-58 fuels in J33-A-21 single combustor; naca-rm-e8l24; April 08, 1949

  171. Foster, Hampton H Tauschek, Max J Schuricht, F Ralph; Experimental study of loop-scavenged compression-ignition cylinder for gas-generator use; naca-rm-e8l30; April 04, 1949

  172. Sather, Bernard I Tauschek, Max J; Study of compressor systems for a gas-generator engine; naca-rm-e9a28; April 13, 1949

  173. Huppert, M C Nettles, J C; Performance of J33 turbojet engine with shaft-power extraction III : turbine performance; naca-rm-e9b01; June 06, 1949

  174. Lundin, Bruce T; Investigation of several clamshell variable-area exhaust nozzles for turbojet engines; naca-rm-e9b02; May 26, 1949

  175. Dietz, Robert O , Jr Krebs, Richard P; Effect of hot-gas bleedback ice prevention on performance of a turbojet engine with fixed-area tail-pipe nozzle; naca-rm-e9b23; May 16, 1949

  176. English, Robert E Hauser, Cavour H; Turbine-rotor-blade designs based on one-dimensional-flow theory I : performance of single-stage turbine having 40-percent reaction; naca-rm-e9c15; June 10, 1949

  177. Callaghan, Edmund E Ruggeri, Robert S; Experimental investigation of hot-gas bleedback for ice protection of turbojet engines II : nacelle with long straight air inlet; naca-rm-e9c16; May 26, 1949

  178. Perkins, Porter J , Jr Millenson, Morton B; An electric thrust meter suitable for flight investigation of propellers; naca-rm-e9c17; May 09, 1949

  179. Lietzke, A F Henneberry, Hugh M; Evaluation of piston-type gas-generator engine for subsonic transport operation.; naca-rm-e9d01; July 15, 1949

  180. Wear, Jerrold D Douglass, Howard W; Carbon deposition from AN-F-58 fuels in a J33 single combustor; naca-rm-e9d06; June 24, 1949

  181. Dallas, Thomas Ellisman, C; Analysis and preliminary investigation of eddy-current heating for icing protection of axial-flow-compressor blades; naca-rm-e9e06; August 08, 1949

  182. Ruggeri, Robert S Callaghan, Edmund E; Experimental investigation of hot-gas bleedback for ice protection of turbojet engines III : nacelle with short straight air inlet; naca-rm-e9e12; August 04, 1949

  183. Burtt, Jack R; Investigation of performance of typical inlet stage of multistage axial-flow compressor; naca-rm-e9e13; July 18, 1949

  184. Wilsted, H D Huddleston, S C Ellis, C W; Effect of temperature on performance of several ejector configurations; naca-rm-e9e16; June 13, 1949

  185. Swett, Clyde C , Jr; Spark ignition of flowing gases I : energies to ignite propane-air mixtures in pressure range of 2 to 4 inches mercury absolute; naca-rm-e9e17; August 04, 1949

  186. Ordin, Paul M Miller, Riley O; Experimental performance of chlorine trifluoride-hydrazine propellant combination in 100-pound-thrust rocket engine; naca-rm-e9f01; August 15, 1949

  187. Male, Donald W Cervenka, Adolph J; Design factors for 4- by 8-inch ram-jet combustor; naca-rm-e9f09; August 11, 1949

  188. Wilterdink, P I; Experimental investigation of rim cracking in disks subjected to high temperature gradients; naca-rm-e9f16; September 1949

  189. Baker, Sol Perchonok, Eugene; Investigation of internal regenerative fuel-heating system for 20-inch ram jet; naca-rm-e9f20; September 1949

  190. Maxwell, W A; Properties of certain intermetallics as related to elevated-temperature applications I : molybdenum disilicide; naca-rm-e9g01; October 06, 1949

  191. Weiss, Solomon Pesman, Gerard J; Bibliography of classified aircraft-fire literature; naca-rm-e9h03a; November 18, 1949

  192. Connors, James F Schroeder, Albert H; Experimental investigation of pressure fluctuations in 3.6 inch ram jet at Mach number 1.92; naca-rm-e9h12; October 13, 1949

  193. Cummings, J L Baughman, L E; Downwash in vortex region behind trapezoidal-wing tip at Mach number 1.91; naca-rm-e9h15; November 10, 1949

  194. Ross, Albert O Huppert, Merle C; Analytical determination of effect of water injection on power output of turbine-propeller engine; naca-rm-e9h17; November 03, 1949

  195. Morgan, W C Kemp, R H Manson, S S; Vibration of loosely mounted turbine blades during service operation of a turbojet engine with centrifugal compressor and straight-flow combustion chambers; naca-rm-e9i07; November 03, 1949

  196. Mirels, Harold Jagger, James M; Experimental pressure distributions over wing tips at Mach number 1.9 II : wing tip with subsonic trailing edge; naca-rm-e9i22a; December 21, 1949

  197. Schade, Robert O; Langley free-flight-tunnel investigation of the automatic lateral stability characteristics of a model equipped with a gyro stabilizing unit that provided either flicker-type or hunting control; naca-rm-l8k04; January 11, 1949

  198. Mitchell, Jesse L Gillis, Clarence, L; Flight tests at transonic and supersonic speeds of an airplane-like configuration with thin straight sharp-edge wings and tail surfaces; naca-rm-l8k04a; January 05, 1949

  199. Rainey, Robert W Boatright, William B; Hinge-moment measurements of a wing with leading-edge and trailing-edge flaps at a Mach number of 1.93; naca-rm-l8k12a; January 14, 1949

  200. Mitchell, Meade H , Jr Conner, D William; Control effectiveness and hinge-moment measurements at a Mach number of 1.9 of a nose flap and trailing-edge flap on a highly tapered low- aspect-ratio wing; naca-rm-l8k17a; January 10, 1949

  201. Sandahl, Carl A; Free-flight investigation at transonic and supersonic speeds of the rolling effectiveness of several aileron configurations on a tapered wing having 42.7 degrees sweepback; naca-rm-l8k23; January 11, 1949

  202. Pendley, Robert E Smith, Norman F; An investigation of the characteristics of three NACA 1-series nose inlets at subcritical and supercritical Mach numbers; naca-rm-l8l06; January 13, 1949

  203. Alexander, Sidney R; Flight investigations at low supersonic speeds to determine the effectiveness of cones and a wedge in reducing the drag of round-nose bodies and airfoils; naca-rm-l8l07a; March 03, 1949

  204. Goin, Kennith L; Investigation at a Mach number of 1.9 and a Reynolds number of 2.2 x 10(exp 6) of several flap-type lateral-control devices on a wing having 42.7 degrees sweepback of the leading edge; naca-rm-l9a18a; March 11, 1949

  205. Teitelbaum, Jerome M Seaberg, Ernest C; An experimental investigation of a gyro-actuated roll control system installed in a subsonic test vehicle; naca-rm-l9b24a; April 20, 1949

  206. Lauten, William T Barmby, J G; Continuation of wing flutter investigation in the transonic range and presentation of a limited summary of flutter data; naca-rm-l9b25b; April 21, 1949

  207. Schwartz, Ira R; Investigations of an annular diffuser-fan combination handling rotating flow; naca-rm-l9b28; April 25, 1949

  208. Donaldson, Coleman Dup; An approximate method for estimating the incompressible laminar boundary-layer characteristics on a flat plate in slipping flow; naca-rm-l9c02; May 02, 1949

  209. Sandahl, Carl A Bland, William M , Jr Strass, H Kurt; Effects of some airfoil-section variations on wing-aileron rolling effectiveness and drag as determined in free flight at transonic and supersonic speeds; naca-rm-l9d12; July 22, 1949

  210. Ritchie, Virgil S; Effects of certain flow nonuniformities on lift, drag, and pitching moment for a transonic-airplane model investigated at a Mach number of 1.2 in a nozzle of circular cross section; naca-rm-l9e20a; August 31, 1949

  211. Cooper, Morton Smith, Norman F Kainer, Julian H; A pressure-distribution investigation of a supersonic aircraft fuselage and calibration of the Mach number 1.59 nozzle of the Langley 4- by 4- foot supersonic tunnel; naca-rm-l9e27a; July 29, 1949

  212. Katz, Ellis R; Flight investigation at high-subsonic, transonic, and supersonic speeds to determine zero-lift drag of bodies of revolution having fineness ratio of 6.04 and varying positions of maximum diameter; naca-rm-l9f02; August 31, 1949

  213. Conner, D William May, Ellery B , Jr; Control effectiveness load and hinge-moment characteristics of a tip control surface on a delta wing at a Mach number of 1.9; naca-rm-l9h05; October 07, 1949

  214. Conner, D William May, Ellery B , Jr; Control effectiveness and hinge-moment characteristics of a tip control surface on a low-aspect-ratio pointed wing at a Mach number of 1.9; naca-rm-l9h26; October 05, 1949

  215. Katz, Ellis; Flight investigation from high subsonic to supersonic speeds to determine the zero-lift drag of a transonic research vehicle having wings of 45 degree sweepback, aspect ratio 4, taper ratio 0.6, and NACA 65A006 airfoil sections; naca-rm-l9h30; October 27, 1949

  216. Lattanzi, Bernardino., Bellante, Erno.; Wind-tunnel tests on various types of dive brakes mounted in proximity of the leading edge of the wing; naca-tm-1161; 1949

  217. Filzek, B.; Investigations on the stability, oscillation, and stress conditions of airplanes with tab control. Second partial report : application of the solutions obtained in the first partial report to tab-controlled airplanes; naca-tm-1198; 1949

  218. ; Compression shocks in two-dimensional gas flows; naca-tm-1199; 1949

  219. Dupleich, Paul.; Rotation in free fall of rectangular wings of elongated shape; naca-tm-1201; 1949

  220. Iglisch, Rudolf; Exact calculation of laminar boundary layer in longitudinal flow over a flat plate with homogeneous suction; naca-tm-1205; 1949

  221. Ilyushin, A. A.; The theory of plasticity in the case of simple loading accompanied by strain-hardening; naca-tm-1207; 1949

  222. Falkovich, S. V.; On the theory of the Laval nozzle; naca-tm-1212; 1949

  223. Taganov, G.I.; Gas motion in a local supersonic region and conditions of potential-flow breakdown; naca-tm-1213; 1949

  224. Rothstein, W.; Flow pattern in a converging-divirging nozzle; naca-tm-1215; 1949

  225. ; An approximate method for calculation of the laminar boundary layer with suction for bodies of arbitrary shape; naca-tm-1216; 1949

  226. Schlichting, H.; Lecture series "Boundary layer theory" - part I : Laminar flows; naca-tm-1217; 1949

  227. Schlichting, H.; Lecture series "Boundary layer theory" - part II : Turbulent flows; naca-tm-1218; 1949

  228. Kempf, Gunther|uDeutsche Akademie der Luftfahrtforschung.; Moments of cambered round bodies; naca-tm-1227; 1949

  229. Schroder, K.; Behavior of the laminar boundary layer for periodically oscillating pressure variation; naca-tm-1228; 1949

  230. ; Heat transmission in the boundary layer; naca-tm-1229; 1949

  231. ; Effect of acceleration of elongated bodies of revolution upon the resistance in a compressible flow; naca-tm-1230; 1949

  232. Prandtl, L.; Report on investigation of developed turbulence; naca-tm-1231; 1949

  233. Lipkes, Y.M.; Investigation of conditions of titanium carbonization - IV; naca-tm-1235; 1949

  234. ; A class of de Laval nozzles; naca-tm-1236; 1949

  235. ; Two-dimensional motion of a gas at large supersonic velocities; naca-tm-1239; 1949

  236. Gothert, B.; Airfoil measurements in the DVL high-speed wind tunnel (2.7-meter diameter); naca-tm-1240; 1949

  237. ; Lift force of an arrow-shaped wing; naca-tm-1245; 1949

  238. Arnoldi, Walter E.; Response of a rotating propeller to aerodynamic excitation; naca-rm-8i07; 1949

  239. Jones, Alun R., Lewis, William; A review of instruments developed for the measurement of the meteorological factors conducive to aircraft icing; naca-rm-a9c09; 1949

  240. Cook, William P., Koch, Richard G.; Altitude performance of AN-F-58 fuels in British Rolls-royce nene singe combustor; naca-rm-e9d08; 1949

  241. Sams, Eldon W., Desmon, Leland G.; Heat transfer from high-temperature surfaces to fluids III - correlation of heat-transfer data for air flowing in silicon carbide tube with rounded entrance, inside diameter of 3/4 inch, and effective length of 12 inches; naca-rm-e9d12; 1949

  242. Hart, Roger G., Katz, Ellis R.; Flight investigations at high-subsonic, transonic, and supersonic speeds to determine zero-lift drag of fin-stabilized bodies of revolution having fineness ratios of 12.5, 8.91, and 6.04 and varying positions of maximum diameter; naca-rm-l9i30; 1949

  243. Vlasov, V. S.; Some new problems on shells and thin structures; naca-tm-1204; 1949

  244. Ginzel, F.; Calculation of counterrotating propellers; naca-tm-1208; 1949

  245. Eckert, E., Vietinghoff-Scheel, K. V.; Experimental study of flow past turbine blades; naca-tm-1209; 1949

  246. Vlasov, V. Z.; Computation of thin-walled prismatic shells; naca-tm-1234; 1949

  247. Sottorf, W.; Systematic model researches on the stability limits of the DVL series of float designs; naca-tm-1254; 1949

  248. Jones, Alun R., Lewis, William.; Recommended values of meteorological factors to be considered in the design of aircraft ice-prevention equipment; naca-tn-1855; 1949

  249. Guibert, A. G., Robbins, W. M., Janssen, E.; Determination of rate, area, and distribution of impingement of water drops on various airfoils from trajectories obtained on the differential analyzer; naca-rm-9a05; 1949

  250. B. Filzek; Investigations on the Stability, Oscillation, and Stress Conditions of Airplanes with Tab Control First Partial Report - Derivation of the Equations of Motions and their General Solutions; naca-tm-1197; 1949

  251. A. Buske and W. Rolli; Measurment of Oil-Film Pressures in Journal Bearings under Constant and Variable Loads; naca-tm-1200; 1949

  252. B. Gothert and K.H. Kawalki; The Compressible Flow Past Various Plane Profiles Near Sonic Velocity; naca-tm-1203; 1949

  253. Gothert and Rober; Systematic Investigations of the Effects of Plan Form and Gap Between the Fixed Surface and Control Surface on Simple Flapped Wings; naca-tm-1206; 1949

  254. G. Ernst and M. Kramer; Development of Spoiler Controls for Remote Control of Flying Missiles; naca-tm-1210; 1949

  255. F. Pfeiffer and W. Meyer-Koing; The Characteristics Method Applied to Stationary Two-Dimensional and Rotationally Symmetrical Gas Flows; naca-tm-1211; 1949

  256. D. Kuchemann; Jet Diffusion in Proximity of a Wall; naca-tm-1214; 1949

  257. P. Hohler; The Influence of the Application of Power During Spin Recovery of Multiengine Airplanes; naca-tm-1219; 1949

  258. M. Kohler and W. Mautz; Pressure-Distribution Measurements of the Tail Surface of a Rotating Model of the Design BFW-M31; naca-tm-1220; 1949

  259. P. Hohler and I. V. Koppen; Experimental Flights for Testing of a Reactor as an Expedient for the Termination of Dangerous Spins; naca-tm-1221; 1949

  260. J. Meixner; Lame's Wave Functions of the Ellipsoid of Revolotion; naca-tm-1224; 1949

  261. Lange and Wacke; Test Report on Three- and Six-Component Measurements on a Series of Tapered Wings of Small Aspect Ratio (Partial Report: Trapezoidal Wing); naca-tm-1225; 1949

  262. R. Buschner; On the Installation of Jet Engine Nacelles on a Wing. Fourth Partial Report: Pressure-Distribution Measurments on a Sweptback Wing with Jet Engine Nacelle; naca-tm-1226; 1949

  263. C. Schmieden and K. H. Kawalki; Contribution to the Problem of Flow at High Speed; naca-tm-1233; 1949

  264. I. Flugge and K. Klotter; On the Motions of an Oscillating System Under the Influence of Flip-Flop Controls; naca-tm-1237; 1949

  265. R. Honl; Two-Dimensional Wing Theory in the Supersonic Range; naca-tm-1238; 1949

  266. Dr. W. Tollmien; Theory of Characteristics; naca-tm-1242; 1949

  267. Manfred Schafer and W. Tollmien; Two-Dimensional Potential Flows; naca-tm-1243; 1949

  268. Manfred Schafer and W. Tollmien; Rotationally Symmetric Potential Flows; naca-tm-1244; 1949

  269. W. Sottorf; Landing Procedure in Model Ditching Tests of Bf 109; naca-tm-1247; 1949

  270. K. L. Zeyen; Susceptibility to Welding Cracking, Welding Sensitivity, Susceptibility to Welding Seam Cracking, and Test Methods for these Failures; naca-tm-1249; 1949

  271. Th. Zobel; Flow Measurements by Means of Light Interference; naca-tm-1253; 1949

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