NACA Digital Library - UK Mirror

    459 records

  1. Manuel Stein, J. Lyell Snaders, Jr., Harold Crate; Critical stress of ring-stiffened cylinders in torsion; naca-report-989; 1950

  2. Stanley Corrsin, Mahinder S. Uberoi; Spectrums and diffusion in a round turbulent jet; naca-tn-2124; Jul 1950

  3. H. Kurt Strass, E. M. Fields, E. D. Schult; Free-flight investigation at transonic and supersonic speeds of the rolling effectiveness of a partial-span aileron on an inversely tapered sweptback wing; naca-rm-l50b08; May 1950

  4. William G. Lidman, H. J. Hamjian; Properties of a boron carbide-iron ceramal; naca-tn-2050; Mar 1950

  5. Norman J. Martin, Curt A. Holzhauser; Analysis of factors influencing the stability characteristics of symmetrical twin-intake Air-induction systems; naca-tn-2049; Mar 1950

  6. Ira P. Jones, Walter J. Klinar; Spin-tunnel investigation to determine the effect on spin recoveries of reducing the opening shock load of spin-recovery parachutes; naca-tn-2051; Mar 1950

  7. Charles A. Hoffman, Charles Yaker; Effects of an aging treatment on life of small cast vitallium gas-turbine blades; naca-tn-2052; Mar 1950

  8. Reece V. Hensley, Frank E. Rom, Stanley L. Koutz; Effect of heat and power extraction on turbojet-engine performance I : analytical method of performance evaluation with compressor-outlet air bleed; naca-tn-2053; Mar 1950

  9. Vera Huckel, Barbara J. Durling; Tables of wing-aileron coefficients of oscillating air forces for two-dimensional supersonic flow; naca-tn-2055; Mar 1950

  10. Lipman Bers; Velocity distribution on wing sections of arbitrary shape in compressible potential flow III : circulatory flows obeying the simplified density-speed relation; naca-tn-2056; Mar 1950

  11. Abe Gilbart, Daniel Resch; A method of computing subsonic flows around given airfoils; naca-tn-2057; Mar 1950

  12. Lipman Bers; On the continuation of a potential gas flow across the sonic line; naca-tn-2058; Apr 1950

  13. Harold B. Finger; Method of experimentally determining radial distributions of velocity through axial-flow compressor; naca-tn-2059; Apr 1950

  14. John C. Houbolt; A recurrence matrix solution for the dynamic response of aircraft in gusts; naca-tn-2060; Mar 1950

  15. Paul W. Harper, Roy E. Flanigan; The effect of rate of change of angle of attack on the maximum lift of a small model; naca-tn-2061; Mar 1950

  16. Anshal I Neihouse, Philip W. Pepoon; Dynamic similitude between a model and a full-scale body for model investigation at full-scale Mach number; naca-tn-2062; Mar 1950

  17. Charles E. Watkins; Effect of aspect ratio on the air forces and moments of harmonically oscillating thin rectangular wings in supersonic potential flow; naca-tn-2064; Apr 1950

  18. Charles Loewner; A transformation theory of the partial differential equations of gas dynamics; naca-tn-2065; Apr 1950

  19. Leonard K. Tower, Henry E. Alquist; Correlation of effects of fuel-air ratio, compression ratio, and inlet-air temperature on knock limits of aviation fuels; naca-tn-2066; Apr 1950

  20. Chung-Hua Wu, John T. Sinnette, Robert E. Forrette; Theoretical effect of inlet hub-tip-radius ratio and design specific mass flow on design performance of axial-flow compressors; naca-tn-2068; Apr 1950

  21. I. L. Drell, J. R. Branstetter; Knock-limited performance of fuel blends containing ethers; naca-tn-2070; Apr 1950

  22. Robert E. English, William W. Wachtl; Charts of thermodynamic properties of air and combustion products from 300 degrees to 3500 degrees R; naca-tn-2071; Apr 1950

  23. I. M. K. Boelter, R. Leasure, F. E. Romie; An investigation of aircraft heaters XXXIII : experimental determination of thermal and hydrodynamical behavior of air flowing along finned plates; naca-tn-2072; Mar 1950

  24. Elbridge Z. Stowell; Stress and strain concentration at a circular hole in an infinite plate; naca-tn-2073; Apr 1950

  25. Hamilton A. Smith, Raymond F. Schaefer; Aerodynamic characteristics at Reynolds numbers of 3.0 x 10(exp 6) and 6.0 x 10(exp 6) of three airfoil sections formed by cutting off various amounts from the rear portion of the NACA 0012 airfoil section; naca-tn-2074; Apr 1950

  26. Robert O. Schade; Free-flight-tunnel investigation of dynamic longitudinal stability as influenced by the static stability measured in wind-tunnel force tests under conditions of constant thrust and constant power; naca-tn-2075; Apr 1950

  27. Robert L. Johnson, Douglas Godfrey, Edmond E. Bisson; Friction of surface films formed by decomposition of common lubricants of several types; naca-tn-2076; Apr 1950

  28. Jackson R. Stalder, Morris W. Rubesin, Thorval Tendeland; A determination of the laminar-, transitional-, and turbulent-boundary-layer temperature-recovery factors on a flat plate in supersonic flow; naca-tn-2077; Jun 1950

  29. Henry A. Pearson, William A. McGowan, James J. Donegan; Horizontal tail loads in maneuvering flight; naca-tn-2078; Apr 1950

  30. Leo L. Beranek, Fred S. Elwell, John P. Roberts; Experiments in external noise reduction of light airplanes; naca-tn-2079; May 1950

  31. Harold S. Johnson, John R. Hagerman; Wind-tunnel investigation at low speed of an unswept untapered semispan wing of aspect ratio 3.13 equipped with various 25-percent-chord plain flaps; naca-tn-2080; Apr 1950

  32. Paul H. Wise, Kasper T. Serijan, Irving A. Goodman; Correlation of physical properties with molecular structure for dicyclic hydrocarbons : I -2-n-alkylbiphenyl, 1,1-diphenylalkane,a,w-diphenylalkane; 1,1-dicyclohexylalkane, and a,w-dicyclohexylalkane series; naca-tn-2081; May 1950

  33. K. O. Bogardus, G. W. Stickley, F. M. Howell; A review of information on the mechanical properties of aluminum alloys at low temperatures; naca-tn-2082; May 1950

  34. Bruce T. Lundin; Theoretical analysis of various thrust-augmentation cycles for turbojet engines; naca-tn-2083; May 1950

  35. W. J. Kommers; Strength properties of rayon-mat honeycomb core materials; naca-tn-2084; Apr 1950

  36. James A. Miller; Stress-strain and elongation graphs for aluminum-alloy 75S-T6 sheet; naca-tn-2085; Apr 1950

  37. Paul J. Carpenter, Russell S. Paulnock; Hovering and low-speed performance and control characteristics of an aerodynamic-servocontrolled helicopter rotor system as determined on the Langley helicopter tower; naca-tn-2086; May 1950

  38. Richard Scherrer, Forrest E. Gowan; Comparison of theoretical and experimental heat transfer on a cooled 20 degrees cone with a laminar boundary layer at a Mach number of 2.02; naca-tn-2087; May 1950

  39. Bernard Lubarsky; Performance and load-range characteristics of turbojet engine in transonic speed range; naca-tn-2088; May 1950

  40. Powell M. Lovell, Jr., Paul P. Stassi; A comparison of the lateral controllability with flap and plug ailerons on a sweptback-wing model; naca-tn-2089; May 1950

  41. Walter G. Vincenti; Comparison between theory and experiment for wings at supersonic speeds; naca-tn-2100; Jun 1950

  42. Arthur G. Hansen, Peggy L. Yohner; A numerical procedure for designing cascade blades with prescribed velocity distribution in incompressible potential flow; naca-tn-2101; Jun 1950

  43. George Fryburg; Review of literature pertinent to fire-extinguishing agents and to basic mechanisms involved in their action; naca-tn-2102; May 1950

  44. Cloyce E. Matheny; Maximum pitching angular accelerations of airplanes measured in flight; naca-tn-2103; May 1950

  45. H. W. Eickner; Evaluation of several adhesives and processes for bonding sandwich constructions of aluminum facings on paper honeycomb core; naca-tn-2106; May 1950

  46. G. W. Englert, A. O. Ross; Investigation of first stage of two-stage turbine designed for free-vortex flow; naca-tn-2107; Jun 1950

  47. G. Allen; Analytical method for determining transmission and absorption of time-dependent radiation through thick absorbers III : absorber with radioactive daughter products; naca-tn-2108; Jun 1950

  48. Harold Shames, Seymour C. Himmel, Darnold Blivas; Frequency response of positive-displacement variable stroke fuel pump; naca-tn-2109; Jun 1950

  49. Robert E. Blue; Interferometer corrections and measurements of laminar boundary layers in supersonic stream; naca-tn-2110; Jun 1950

  50. Robert F. Smiley; A study of water pressure distribution during landings with special reference to a prismatic model having a heavy beam loading and a 30 degree angle of dead rise; naca-tn-2111; Jul 1950

  51. Albert L. Braslow, Fioravante Visconti; Further experimental studies of area suction for the control of the laminar boundary layer on a porous bronze NACA 64A010 airfoil; naca-tn-2112; May 1950

  52. Vearl N. Huff, Virginia E. Morrell; General method for computation of equilibrium composition and temperature of chemical reactions; naca-tn-2113; Jun 1950

  53. Sidney M. Harmon, Isabella Jeffreys; Theoretical lift and damping in roll of thin wings with arbitrary sweep and taper at supersonic speeds : supersonic leading and trailing edges; naca-tn-2114; May 1950

  54. John R. Jack; Theoretical wave drags and pressure distributions for axially symmetric open-nose bodies; naca-tn-2115; Jun 1950

  55. Vernon H. Gray; Improvements in heat transfer for anti-icing of gas-heated airfoils with internal fins and partitions; naca-tn-2126; Jul 1950

  56. Franklin Moore; Linearized supersonic axially symmetric flow about open-nosed bodies obtained by use of stream function; naca-tn-2116; Jun 1950

  57. Herman H. Lowell; Design and applications of hot-wire anemometers for steady-state measurements at transonic and supersonic airspeeds; naca-tn-2117; Jul 1950

  58. Fred E. Macks, Zolton N. Nemeth; Investigation of 75-millimeter-bore cylindrical roller bearings at high speeds; naca-tn-2128; Jul 1950

  59. John J. Rebeske, Jr.; Investigation of a NACA high-speed optical torquemeter; naca-tn-2118; Jun 1950

  60. John C. Samuels, B. M. Gale; Effect of humidity on performance of turbojet engines; naca-tn-2119; Jun 1950

  61. Harold V. Soule, Alexander P. Sabol; Development and preliminary investigation of a method of obtaining hypersonic aerodynamic data by firing models through highly cooled gases; naca-tn-2120; Jul 1950

  62. J. G. Barmby, H. J. Cunningham, I. E. Garrick; Study of effects of sweep on the flutter of cantilever wings; naca-tn-2121; Jun 1950

  63. Kenneth Margolis; Theoretical calculations of the lateral force and yawing moment due to rolling at supersonic speeds for sweptback tapered wings with streamwise tips : subsonic leading edges; naca-tn-2122; Jun 1950

  64. John Laufer; Investigation of turbulent flow in a two-dimensional channel; naca-tn-2123; Jul 1950

  65. Richard T. Whitcomb; A discussion of the design of highly swept propeller blades; naca-rm-l50a23; May, 1950

  66. Robert N. Noyes; Prandtl-Meyer flow for a diatomic gas of variable specific heat; naca-tn-2125; Jun 1950

  67. J. U. Jovellanos, E. S. Taylor, C. F. Taylor; An investigation of the effect of tetraethyl lead and ethyl nitrite on the autoignition characteristics of isooctane and triptane; naca-tn-2127; Jun 1950

  68. Harry E. Murray, Frederick C. Grant; Method of calculating the lateral motions of aircraft based on the Laplace transform; naca-tn-2129; Jul 1950

  69. William Perl; Calculation of transonic flows past thin airfoils by integral method; naca-tn-2130; Jul 1950

  70. Richard Scherrer; Boundary-layer transition on a cooled 20 degree cone at Mach numbers of 1.5 and 2.0; naca-tn-2131; Jul 1950

  71. Edwin T. Kruszewski, John C. Houbolt; The calculation of modes and frequencies of a modified structure from those of the unmodified structure; naca-tn-2132; Jul 1950

  72. G. B. Schubauer, P. S. Klebanoff; Investigation of separation of the turbulent boundary layer; naca-tn-2133; Aug 1950

  73. Theodore Berman; Comparison of model and full-scale spin test results for 60 airplane designs; naca-tn-2134; Jul 1950

  74. John C. Martin; The calculation of downwash behind wings of arbitrary plan form at supersonic speeds; naca-tn-2135; Jul 1950

  75. Kenneth B. Amer; Theory of helicopter damping in pitch or roll and a comparison with flight measurements; naca-tn-2136; Oct 1950

  76. Dean R. Chapman; An analysis of base pressure at supersonic velocities and comparison with experiment; naca-tn-2137; Jul 1950

  77. Robert G. Deissler; Analytical and experimental investigation of adiabatic turbulent flow in smooth tubes; naca-tn-2138; Jul 1950

  78. Norris F. Dow, William A. Hickman; Effect of variation in rivet diameter and pitch on the average stress at maximum load for 24S-T3 and 75S-T6 aluminum-alloy, flat, Z-stiffened panels that fail by local instability; naca-tn-2139; Jul 1950

  79. John DeYoung; Theoretical antisymmetric span loading for wings of arbitrary plan form at subsonic speeds; naca-tn-2140; Jul 1950

  80. Rudolph C. Haefeli, Harold Mirels, John L. Cummings; Charts for estimating downwash behind rectangular, trapezoidal, and triangular wings at supersonic speeds; naca-tn-2141; Aug 1950

  81. Robert G. Dorsch, Paul T. Hacker; Photomicrographic investigation of spontaneous freezing temperatures of supercooled water droplets; naca-tn-2142; Jul 1950

  82. Edmond E. Bisson, Max A. Swikert, Robert L. Johnson; Effect of chemical reactivity of lubricant additives on friction and surface welding at high sliding velocities; naca-tn-2144; Aug 1950

  83. Harold Mirels; Lift-cancellation technique in linearized supersonic-wing theory; naca-tn-2145; Aug 1950

  84. Herbert Spencer Ribner; On the effect of subsonic trailing edges on damping in roll and pitch of thin sweptback wings in a supersonic stream; naca-tn-2146; Aug 1950

  85. Herbert Spencer Ribner; Some conical and quasi-conical flows in linearized supersonic-wind theory; naca-tn-2147; Aug 1950

  86. William R. Wimbrow, Richard Scherrer; Laminar-boundary-layer heat-transfer characteristics of a body with a pressure gradient at supersonic speeds; naca-tn-2148; Aug 1950

  87. Elmer A. Horton, Stanley Frank Racisz, Nicholas J. Paradiso; Investigation of boundary-layer control to improve the lift and drag characteristics of the NACA 65-2 415 airfoil section with double slotted and plain flaps; naca-tn-2149; Aug 1950

  88. C. C. Schufflebarger, Harry C. Mickleboro; Flight investigation of the effect of transient wing response on measured accelerations of a modern transport airplane in rough air; naca-tn-2150; Aug 1950

  89. Warren A. Tucker, Robert O. Piland; Estimation of the damping in roll of supersonic-leading-edge wing-body combinations; naca-tn-2151; Jul 1950

  90. Charles Brazer Norris, L. A. Ringelstetter; Shear stress distribution along glue line between skin and cap-strip of an aircraft wing; naca-tn-2152; Jul 1950

  91. Alfred Gessow; An analysis of the autorotative performance of a helicopter powered by rotor-tip jet units; naca-tn-2154; Jul 1950

  92. Tibor F. Nagey, Cecil G. Martin; Calculated engine performance and airplane range for variety of turbine-propeller engines; naca-tn-2155; Aug 1950

  93. Sidney M. Harmon, John C. Martin; Theoretical calculations of the lateral force and yawing moment due to rolling at supersonic speeds for sweptback tapered wings with streamwise tips supersonic leading edges; naca-tn-2156; Jul 1950

  94. H. E. Grieshaber; Static and impact strengths of riveted and spot-welded beams of Alclad 14S-T6, Alclad 75S-T6, and various tempers of Alclad 24S aluminum alloy; naca-tn-2157; Aug 1950

  95. Neal Tetervin, Chia Chiao Lin; A general integral form of the boundary-layer equation for incompressible flow with an application to the calculation of the separation point of turbulent boundary layers; naca-tn-2158; Aug 1950

  96. Carl Kaplan; On the particular integrals of the Prandtl-Busemann iteration equations for the flow of a compressible fluid; naca-tn-2159; Aug 1950

  97. Robert E. Dannenberg; Measurements of section characteristics of a 45 degree swept wing spanning a rectangular low-speed wind tunnel as affected by the tunnel walls; naca-tn-2160; Aug 1950

  98. Vearl N. Huff, Sanford Gordon; Tables of thermodynamic functions for analysis of aircraft-propulsion systems; naca-tn-2161; Aug 1950

  99. E. E. Reynolds, James W. Freeman, Albert Easton White; Investigation of properties of AISI type 310B alloy sheet at high temperatures; naca-tn-2162; Aug 1950

  100. John C. Houbolt, Elbridge Z. Stowell; Critical stress of plate columns; naca-tn-2163; Aug 1950

  101. Vernon G. Ward, Charles F. Whitcomb, Merwin D. Pearson; An NACA transonic test section with tapered slots tested at Mach numbers to 1.26; naca-rm-l50b14; Mar 1950

  102. Joseph T. Hamrick, Ambrose Ginsburg, Walter M. Osborn; Method of analysis for compressible flow through mixed-flow centrifugal impellers of arbitrary design; naca-tn-2165; Aug 1950

  103. Perry L. Blackshear, Jr.; Sonic-flow-orifice temperature probe for high-gas-temperature measurements; naca-tn-2167; Sep 1950

  104. M. J. Queijo, Walter D. Wolhart; Experimental investigation of the effect of vertical-tail size and length of fuselage shape and length on the static lateral stability characteristics of a model with 45 degree sweptback wing and tail surfaces; naca-tn-2168; Aug 1950

  105. Harold S. Johnson, John R. Hageman; Wind-tunnel investigation at low speed of a 45 degree sweptback untapered semispan wing of aspect ratio 1.59 equipped with various 25-percent chord plain flaps; naca-tn-2169; Aug 1950

  106. Gordon L. Dugger; Effect of initial mixture temperature on flame speeds and blow-off limits of propane - air flames; naca-tn-2170; Aug 1950

  107. Charles Herbert McLellan, Thomas W. Williams, Mitchel H. Bertram; Investigation of a two-step nozzle in the Langley 11-inch hypersonic tunnel; naca-tn-2171; Sep 1950

  108. Leonard M. Rose, John M. Altman; Low-speed investigation of the stalling of a thin, faired, double-wedge airfoil with nose flap; naca-tn-2172; Aug 1950

  109. Paul B. Gooderum, George P. Wood; Density fields around a sphere at Mach numbers 1.30 and 1.62; naca-tn-2173; Aug 1950

  110. James L. Amick; Comparison of the experimental pressure distribution on an NACA 0012 profile at high speeds with that calculated by the relaxation method; naca-tn-2174; Aug 1950

  111. William Letko, Donald R. Riley; Effect of an unswept wing on the contribution of unswept-tail configuration to the low-speed static and rolling-stability derivatives of a midwing airplane model; naca-tn-2175; Aug 1950

  112. Thomas L. Coleman, Paul W. J. Schumacher; An analysis of the normal accelerations and airspeeds of a four-engine airplane type in postwar commercial transport operations on trans-Pacific and Caribbean-South American routes; naca-tn-2176; Aug 1950

  113. George B. McCullough, William M. Haire; Low-speed characteristics of four cambered, 10-percent-thick NACA airfoil sections; naca-tn-2177; Aug 1950

  114. Arthur M. Trout, Eldon W. Hall; Method for determining optimum division of power between jet and propeller for maximum thrust power of a turbine-propeller engine; naca-tn-2178; Sep 1950

  115. Seymour Lieblein; Turning-angle design rules for constant-thickness circular-arc inlet guide vanes in axial annular flow; naca-tn-2179; Sep 1950

  116. Douglas Godfrey, Edmond E. Bisson; Effectiveness of molybdenum disulfide as a fretting-corrosion inhibitor; naca-tn-2180; Sep 1950

  117. Ralph W. Stone, Jr., Sanger M. Burk, Jr., William Bihrle, Jr.; The aerodynamic forces and moments on a one-tenth-scale model of a fighter airplane in spinning attitudes as measured on a rotary balance in the Langley 20-foot free-spinning tunnel; naca-tn-2181; Sep 1950

  118. Marcus F. Heidmann; Analysis of effect of variations in primary variables on time constant and turbine-inlet-temperature overshoot of turbojet engine; naca-tn-2182; Sep 1950

  119. Melvin S. Feder, Richard Hood; Analysis for control application of dynamic characteristics of turbojet engine with tail-pipe burning; naca-tn-2183; Sep 1950

  120. Burt L. Taylor, III, Frank L. Oppenheimer; Investigation of frequency-response characteristics of engine speed for a typical turbine-propeller engine; naca-tn-2184; Sep 1950

  121. Walter J. Engel; Bonding investigation of titanium carbide with various elements; naca-tn-2187; Sep 1950

  122. James P. Peterson; Experimental investigation of stiffened circular cylinders subjected to combined torsion and compression; naca-tn-2188; Sep 1950

  123. Walter F. Lindsey, William L. Chew; The development and performance of two small tunnels capable of intermittent operation at Mach numbers between 0.4 and 4.0; naca-tn-2189; Sep 1950

  124. H. Kurt Strass; The effect of spanwise aileron location on the rolling effectiveness of wings with 0 degree and 45 degree sweep at subsonic, transonic, and supersonic speeds; naca-rm-l50a27; Apr 1950

  125. William Perl, Milton M. Klein; Theoretical investigation and application of transonic similarity law for two dimensional flow; naca-tn-2191; Oct 1950

  126. John C. Roberts, Paul F. Yaggy; A survey of the flow at the plane of the propeller of a twin-engine airplane; naca-tn-2192; Sep 1950

  127. Robert B. Spooner; Effect of heat-capacity lag on a variety of turbine-nozzle flow processes; naca-tn-2193; Oct 1950

  128. Israel Taback; The NACA oil-damped V-G recorder; naca-tn-2194; Oct 1950

  129. Carl J. Stough, William M. Kauffman; A flight investigation and analysis of the lateral-oscillation characteristics of an airplane; naca-tn-2195; Oct 1950

  130. Ivey H. Reese, Charles W. Cline; Effect of heat-capacity lag on the flow through oblique shock waves; naca-tn-2196; Oct 1950

  131. Harold J. Walker, Mary B. Ballantyne; Pressure distribution and damping in steady pitch at supersonic Mach numbers of flat swept-back wings having all edges subsonic; naca-tn-2197; Oct 1950

  132. H. J. Hamjian, William G. Lidman; Sintering mechanism between zirconium carbide and columbium; naca-tn-2198; Oct 1950

  133. Harold S. Johnson, John R. Hagerman; Wind-tunnel investigation at low speed of the lateral control characteristics of an unswept untapered semi-span wing of aspect ratio 3.13 equipped with various 25-percent-chord plain ailerons; naca-tn-2199; Oct 1950

  134. Robert A. Gardiner, Jacob Zarovsky; Rocket-powered flight test of a roll-stabilized supersonic missile configuration; naca-rm-l9k01a; Jan 1950

  135. Howard L. Turner; Measurement of the moments of inertia of an airplane by a simplified method; naca-tn-2201; Oct 1950

  136. Paul F. Brinich; Boundary-layer measurements in 3.84- by 10-inch supersonic channel; naca-tn-2203; Oct 1950

  137. Harold B. Pierce; Gust-tunnel investigation of a wing model with semichord line swept back 60 degrees; naca-tn-2204; Oct 1950

  138. Julian H. Kainer, Jack E. Marte; Theoretical supersonic characteristics of inboard trailing-edge flaps having arbitrary sweep and taper : Mach lines behind flap leading and trailing edges; naca-tn-2205; Oct 1950

  139. Fred Werren, Charles Brazer Norris; Analysis of shear strength of honeycomb cores for sandwich constructions; naca-tn-2208; Oct 1950

  140. C. L. Pekeris; Free oscillations of an atmosphere in which temperature increases linearly with height; naca-tn-2209; Oct 1950

  141. E. D. Kane, G. J. Maslach; Impact-pressure interpretation in a rarefied gas at supersonic speeds; naca-tn-2210; Oct 1950

  142. Kazimierz Roman Czarnecki, James N. Mueller; An approximate method of calculating pressures in the tip region of a rectangular wing of circular-arc section at supersonic speeds; naca-tn-2211; Oct 1950

  143. Carr B. Neel, Jr., Loren G. Bright; The effect of ice formations on propeller performance; naca-tn-2212; Oct 1950

  144. M. J. Turner, S. Rabinowitz; Aerodynamic coefficients for an oscillating airfoil with hinged flap, with tables for a Mach number of 0.7; naca-tn-2213; Oct 1950

  145. Chung-Hua Wu; Formulas and tables of coefficients for numerical differentiation with function values given at unequally spaced points and application to solution of partial differential equations; naca-tn-2214; Nov 1950

  146. Seymour Lieblein, Donald M. Sandercock; Compressibility correction for turning angles of axial-flow inlet guide vanes; naca-tn-2215; Dec 1950

  147. Fred E. Macks, Zolton N. Nemeth; Investigation of 75-millimeter-bore cylindrical roller bearings at high speeds II : lubrication studies - effect of oil-inlet location, angle, and velocity for single-jet lubrication; naca-tn-2216; Nov 1950

  148. James L. Hassell, Charles V. Bennett; The dynamic lateral control characteristics of airplane models having unswept wings with round-and sharp-leading-edge sections; naca-tn-2219; Nov 1950

  149. Marion K. Taylor; A balsa-dust technique for air-flow visualization and its application to flow through model helicopter rotors in static thrust; naca-tn-2220; Nov 1950

  150. M. Leroy Spearman; An investigation of a supersonic aircraft configuration having a tapered wing with circular-arc sections and 40 degree sweepback; naca-rm-l9l08; Apr 1950

  151. Charles H. McLellan, Thomas W. Williams, Ivan E. Beckwith; Investigation of the flow through a single-stage two-dimensional nozzle in the Langley 11-inch hypersonic tunnel; naca-tn-2223; Dec 1950

  152. Anthony B. Marmo; Multiple-film back-reflection camera for atomic strain studies; naca-tn-2224; Nov 1950

  153. N. J. Hoff; Bending and buckling of rectangular sandwich plates; naca-tn-2225; Nov 1950

  154. M. Morduchow, F. G. Hinchey; Theoretical analysis of oscillations in hovering of helicopter blades with inclined and offset flapping and lagging hinge axes; naca-tn-2226; Dec 1950

  155. John A. Kelly; Effects of modifications to the leading-edge region on the stalling characteristics of the NACA 63(sub 1)-012 airfoil section; naca-tn-2228; Nov 1950

  156. John M. Riebe, James M. Watson; The effect of end plates on swept wings at low speed; naca-tn-2229; Nov 1950

  157. John H. Lamneck, Paul H. Wise; Synthesis and purification of alkyldiphenylmethane hydrocarbons I : 2-methyldiphenylmethane, 3-methyldiphenylmethane, 2-ethyldiphenylmethane, 4-ethyldiphenylmethane and 4-isopropyldiphenylmethane; naca-tn-2230; Dec 1950

  158. Frank C. Smith, William Charles Brueggeman, Richard H. Harwell; Comparison of fatigue strengths of bare and Alclad 24S-T3 aluminum-alloy sheet specimens tested at 12 and 1000 cycles per minute; naca-tn-2231; Dec 1950

  159. Richard R. Heldenfels, George W. Zender, Charles Libove; Stress and distortion analysis of a swept box beam having bulkheads perpendicular to the spars; naca-tn-2232; Nov 1950

  160. Robert F. Peterson; The boundary-layer and stalling characteristics of the NACA 64A010 airfoil section; naca-tn-2235; Nov 1950

  161. Antonio Ferri; Supersonic flow around circular cones at angles of attack; naca-tn-2236; Nov 1950

  162. George A. Rathert, Jr., Stewart L. Rolls, Carl M. Hanson; The transonic characteristics of a low-aspect-ratio triangular wing with a constant-chord flap as determined by wing-flow tests, including correlation with large-scale tests; naca-rm-a50e10; Aug 1950

  163. Jack N. Nielsen, Elliott D. Katzen, Kenneth K. Tang; Lift and pitching-moment interference between a pointed cylindrical body and triangular wings of various aspect ratios at Mach numbers of 1.50 and 2.02; naca-rm-a50f06; Sep 1950

  164. Henry C. Lessing; Aerodynamic study of a wing-fuselage combination employing a wing swept back 63 degrees : effect of sideslip on aerodynamic characteristics at a Mach number of 1.4 with the wing twisted and cambered; naca-rm-a50f09; Sep 1950

  165. John C. Heitmeyer; Aerodynamic study of a wing-fuselage combination employing a wing swept back 63 degrees : effect of Reynolds number at supersonic Mach numbers on the longitudinal characteristics of a wing twisted and cambered for uniform load; naca-rm-a50g10; Oct 1950

  166. Murray Tobak, David E. Reese, Jr., Benjamin H. Beam; Experimental damping in pitch of 45 degree triangular wings; naca-rm-a50j26; Dec 1950

  167. Lomax, Harvard Heaslet, Max A Fuller, Franklyn B; Formulas for source, doublet, and vortex distributions in supersonic wing theory; naca-tn-2252; December 1950

  168. Morris Morduchow; A theoretical analysis of elastic vibrations of fixed-ended and hinged helicopter blades in hovering and vertical flight; naca-tn-1999; Jan 1950

  169. G. B. Schubauer, W. G. Spangenberg, P. S. Klebanoff; Aerodynamic characteristics of damping screens; naca-tn-2001; Jan 1950

  170. G. A. Morkrzycki; Application of the Laplace transformation to the solution of the lateral and longitudinal stability equations; naca-tn-2002; Jan 1050

  171. John J. Rebeske, Jr.; Investigation of a NACA high-speed strain-gage torquemeter; naca-tn-2003; Jan 1950

  172. Robert A. Gardiner, Jacob Zarovsky, H. O. Ankenbruck; An investigation of the stability of a system composed of a subsonic canard airframe and a canted-axis gyroscope automatic pilot; naca-tn-2004; Jan 1950

  173. Arnold R. Beckhardt; A theoretical investigation of the effect on the lateral oscillations of an airplane of an automatic control sensitive to yawing accelerations; naca-tn-2006; Jan 1950

  174. Arthur L. Jones, Alberta Alksne; The load distribution due to sideslip on triangular, trapezoidal, and related plan forms in supersonic flow; naca-tn-2007; Jan 1950

  175. Clarence W. Matthews; The design, operation, and uses of the water channel as an instrument for the investigation of compressible-flow phenomena; naca-tn-2008; Jan 1950

  176. Julian H. Kainer; Theoretical calculations of the supersonic pressure distribution and wave drag for a limited family of tapered sweptback wings with symmetrical parabolic-arc sections at zero lift; naca-tn-2009; Jan 1950

  177. Jack D. Brewer, Jacob H. Lichtenstein; Effect of horizontal tail on low-speed static lateral stability characteristics of a model having 45 degree sweptback wing and tail surfaces; naca-tn-2010; Jan 1950

  178. John DeYoung; Spanwise loading for wings and control surfaces of low aspect ratio; naca-tn-2011; Jan 1950

  179. Marshall Holt; Results of shear fatigue tests of joints with three-sixteenth-6-inch-diameter 24S-T31; naca-tn-2012; Feb 1050

  180. Roy H. Lange, Huel C. McLemore; Static longitudinal stability and control of a convertible-type airplane as affected by articulated-and rigid-propeller operation; naca-tn-2014; Feb 1950

  181. Sidney A. Batterson, A. Ethelda McArver; Water landing investigation of a model having a heavy beam loading and a 30 degree angle of dead rise; naca-tn-2015; Feb 1050

  182. William Bihrle, Jr.; Floating characteristics of rudders and elevators in spinning attitudes as determined from hinge-moment-coefficient data with application to personal-owner-type airplanes; naca-tn-2016; Jan 1950

  183. Leonard M. Rose, John M. Altman; Low-speed investigation of a thin, faired, double-wedge airfoil section with nose flaps of various chords; naca-tn-2018; Feb 1950

  184. Robert S. Ruggeri, Edmund E. Callaghan, Dean T. Bowden; Penetration of air jets issuing from circular, square, and elliptical orifices directed perpendicularly to an air stream; naca-tn-2019; Feb 1950

  185. Jerome B. Hammack, A. W. Vogeley; Propeller flight investigation to determine the effects of blade loading; naca-tn-2022; Jan 1950

  186. Orville R. Harris; Determination of the rate of roll of pilotless aircraft research models by means of polarized radio waves; naca-tn-2023; Feb 1950

  187. Harvey H. Hubbard; Sound measurements for five shrouded propellers at static conditions; naca-tn-2024; Apr 1950

  188. Carroll S. Eian; Effect of valve overlap and compression ratio on variation of measured performance with exhaust pressure of aircraft cylinder and on computed performance of compound power plant; naca-tn-2025; Feb 1950

  189. G. Allen; Tables for determining reduction of energy and intensity of X-rays and gamma-rays at various scattering angles in small thickness of matter; naca-tn-2026; Feb 1950

  190. Robert L. Johnson, Max A. Swikert, Edmond E. Bisson; Friction and wear of hot-pressed bearing materials containing molybdenum disulfide; naca-tn-2027; Feb 1950

  191. John r. Erwin, James C. Emery; Effect of tunnel configuration and testing technique on cascade performance; naca-tn-2028; Feb 1050

  192. S. B. Batdorf; The interpretation of biaxial-tension experiments involving constant stress ratios; naca-tn-2029; Feb 1950

  193. Sydney Ross; Variation with temperature of surface tension of lubricating oils.; naca-tn-2030; Feb 1050

  194. W. W. Woods, J. V. Robinson; Comparative foaming characteristics of aeronautical lubricating oils; naca-tn-2031; Feb 1950

  195. J. V. Robinson, W. W. Woods; Foaming of mixtures of pure hydrocarbons; naca-tn-2032; Feb 1950

  196. J. V. Robinson; Rise of air bubbles in aircraft lubricating oils; naca-tn-2033; Feb 1950

  197. Barry Moskowitz, W. E. Moeckel; First-order theory for unsteady motion of thin wings at supersonic speeds; naca-tn-2034; Feb 1950

  198. Bernard Mazelsky, Franklin W. Diederich; A method of determining the effect of airplane stability on the gust load factor; naca-tn-2035; Feb 1950

  199. Bernard Mazelsky; Charts of airplane acceleration ratio for gusts of arbitrary shape; naca-tn-2036; Feb 1950

  200. M. J. Whitman, R. W. Hall, C. Yaker; Resistance of six cast high-temperature alloys to cracking caused by thermal shock; naca-tn-2037; Feb 1950

  201. Paul F. Barrett; Compressive properties of titanium sheet at elevated temperatures; naca-tn-2038; Feb 1950

  202. Douglas Godfrey; Investigation of fretting corrosion by microscopic observation; naca-tn-2039; Feb 1950

  203. Jerold M. Bidwell; Analysis of an induction blowdown supersonic tunnel; naca-tn-2040; Apr 1950

  204. George B. McCullough, Donald E. Gault; An experimental investigation of the NACA 631-012 airfoil section with leading-edge and midchord suction slots; naca-tn-2041; Feb 1950

  205. Herbert S. Ribner; Time-dependent downwash at the tail and the pitching moment due to normal acceleration at supersonic speeds; naca-tn-2042; Feb 1950

  206. Richard S. Cesaro, Robert J. Koenig, George J. Pack; Experimental analysis of a pressure-sensitive system for sensing gas temperature; naca-tn-2043; Feb 1950

  207. Julian H. Allen; Pressure distribution and some effects of viscosity on slender inclined bodies of revolution; naca-tn-2044; Mar 1950

  208. Maurice Tucker; Approximate turbulent boundary-layer development in plane compressible flow along thermally insulated surfaces with application to supersonic-tunnel contour correction; naca-tn-2045; Mar 1950

  209. John A. Zalovcik; A method of calibrating airspeed installations on airplanes at transonic and supersonic speeds by use of temperature measurements; naca-tn-2046; Mar 1950

  210. Harold J. Walker, Mary B. Ballantyne; Pressure distribution and damping in steady roll at supersonic Mach numbers of flat swept-back wing with subsonic edges; naca-tn-2047; Mar 1950

  211. Kenneth Margolis; Theoretical lift and damping in roll of thin sweptback tapered wings with raked-in and cross-stream wing tips at supersonic speeds.subsonic leading edges; naca-tn-2048; Mar 1950

  212. Merwin Sibulkin, William K. Koffel; Chart for simplifying calculations of pressure drop of a high-speed compressible fluid under simultaneous action of friction and heat transfer - application to combustion-chamber cooling passages; naca-tn-2067; Mar 1950

  213. Arthur M. Trout; Theoretical turbojet thrust augmentation by evaporation of water during compression as determined by use of a Mollier diagram; naca-tn-2104; Jun 1950

  214. E. Clinton Wilcox; Turbojet thrust augmentation by evaporation of water prior to mechanical compression as determined by use of psychrometric chart; naca-tn-2105; Jun 1950

  215. Benjamin Pinkel, Robert N. Noyes, Michael F. Valerino; Method for determining pressure drop of air flowing through constant-area passages for arbitrary heat-input distributions; naca-tn-2186; Sep 1950

  216. Perkins, Edward W Canning, Thomas N; Investigation of downwash and wake characteristics at a Mach number of 1.53 III : swept wings; naca-rm-a9k02; February 23, 1950

  217. Hunczak, Henry R Kremzier, Emil J; Characteristics of perforated diffusers at free-stream Mach number 1.90; naca-rm-e50b02; May 08, 1950

  218. Spakowski, A E Evans, A Hibbard, R R; Determination of aromatics and olefins in wide-boiling petroleum fractions; naca-rm-e50d03; June 26, 1950

  219. Disher, John H Rabinowitz, Leonard; Free-flight performance of 16-inch-diameter supersonic ram-jet units III : four units designed for combustion-chamber-inlet Mach number of 0.245 at free-stream Mach number of 1.8 (Units D-1, D-2, D-3, and D-4); naca-rm-e50d07; June 28, 1950

  220. Luidens, Roger W Simon, Paul C; Aerodynamic characteristics of NACA RM-10 missile in 8- by 6-foot supersonic wind tunnel at Mach numbers from 1.49 to 1.98 I : presentation and analysis of pressure measurements (stabilizing fins removed); naca-rm-e50d10; July 20, 1950

  221. Ladanyi, Dezso J Sloop, John L Humphrey, Jack C Morrell, Gerald; Starting of rocket engine at conditions of simulated altitude using crude monoethylaniline and other fuels with mixed acid; naca-rm-e50d20; July 19, 1950

  222. Esenwein, Fred T Obery, Leonard J Schueller, Carl F; Aerodynamic characteristics of NACA RM-10 missile in 8- by 6-foot supersonic wind tunnel at Mach numbers from 1.49 to 1.98 II : presentation and analysis of force measurements; naca-rm-e50d28; July 21, 1950

  223. Lowdermilk, Warren H Grele, Milton D; Influence of tube-entrance configuration on average heat-transfer coefficients and friction factors for air flowing in an Inconel tube; naca-rm-e50e23; August 23, 1950

  224. Childs, J Howard; Preliminary correlation of efficiency of aircraft gas-turbine combustors for different operating conditions; naca-rm-e50f15; September 21, 1950

  225. Johnson, Lavern A Meyer, Carl L; Altitude performance characteristics of turbojet-engine tail-pipe burner with variable-area exhaust nozzle using several fuel systems and flame holders; naca-rm-e50f28; December 29, 1950

  226. Mahoney, John J Dugan, Paul D Budinger, Raymond E Goelzer, H Fred; Investigation of blade-row flow distributions in axial-flow-compressor stage consisting of guide vanes and rotor-blade row; naca-rm-e50g12; November 28, 1950

  227. Prince, William R Mcaulay, John E; Altitude performance characteristics of tail-pipe burner with convergingconical burner section on J47 turbojet engine; naca-rm-e50g13; December 19, 1950

  228. Gerstein, Melvin Levine, Oscar Wong, Edgar L; Fundamental flame velocities of pure hydrocarbons I : alkanes, alkenes, alkynes benzene, and cyclohexane; naca-rm-e50g24; September 28, 1950

  229. Barnett, Henry C; Antiknock evaluation of hydrocarbons and ethers as aviation fuel components; naca-rm-e50h02; October 05, 1950

  230. Cohen, C B Valerino, A S; Investigation of operating pressure ratio of a supersonic wind tunnel utilizing distributed boundary-layer suction in test section; naca-rm-e50h04; November 1950

  231. Miller, Riley O; Low-temperature ignition-delay characteristics of several rocket fuels with mixed acid in modified open-cup-type apparatus; naca-rm-e50h16; October 17, 1950

  232. Shillito, T B Jones, W L Kahn, R W; Altitude test chamber investigation of performance of a 28-inch ram-jet engine II : effects of gutter width and blocked area on operating range and combustion efficiency; naca-rm-e50h21; November 06, 1950

  233. Connors, James F; Effect of ram-jet pressure pulsations on supersonic-diffuser performance; naca-rm-e50h22; November 20, 1950

  234. Desmon, Leland G Sams, Eldon W; Correlation of forced-convection heat-transfer data for air flowing in smooth platinum tube with long-approach entrance at high surface and inlet-air temperatures; naca-rm-e50h23; November 02, 1950

  235. Levine, Oscar Wong, Edgar L Gerstein, Melvin; Fundamental flame velocities of pure hydrocarbons II : alkadienes; naca-rm-e50h25; November 03, 1950

  236. Olson, Walter T Childs, J Howard; NACA research on combustors for aircraft gas turbines I : effects of operating variables on steady-state performance; naca-rm-e50h31; October 18, 1950

  237. Wilcox, Fred A; Free-jet performance of 16-inch ram-jet engine with several fuels; naca-rm-e50i06; October 31, 1950

  238. Olson, Walter T Childs, J Howard Jonash, Edmund R; Turbojet combustion efficiency at high altitudes; naca-rm-e50i07; October 27, 1950

  239. Gibbons, Louis C; Factors in selecting fuels for gas-turbine powered aircraft; naca-rm-e50i18; November 13, 1950

  240. Luidens, Roger W Simon, Paul C; Aerodynamic characteristics of NACA RM 10 missile in 8 by 6 foot supersonic wind tunnel at Mach numbers from 1.49 to 1.98. III : analysis of force distribution at angle of attack (stabilizing fins removed); naca-rm-e50i19; December 12, 1950

  241. Rebeske, John J , Jr Parisen, Richard B Schum, Harold J; Investigation of centrifugal compressor operated as a centripetal refrigeration turbine; naca-rm-e50i20; December 04, 1950

  242. Scadron, Marvin D Gettelman, Clarence C Pack, George J; Performance of three high-recovery-factor thermocouple probes for room-temperature operation; naca-rm-e50i29; December 21, 1950

  243. Gammon, Benson E Genco, Russell S Gerstein, Melvin; A preliminary experimental and analytical evaluation of diborane as a ram-jet fuel; naca-rm-e50j04; December 22, 1950

  244. Belles, Frank E; A preliminary investigation of wall effects on pressure-inflammability limits of propane-air mixtures; naca-rm-e50j10a; December 18, 1950

  245. Garrett, Floyd B Yaker, Charles; Turbojet-engine evaluation of AISI 321 and AISI 347 stainless steels as nozzle-blade materials; naca-rm-e9k17; February 27, 1950

  246. Farmer, J Elmo Stepka, Francis S Garrett, Floyd B; Temperature and pressure distributions in dual parallel jets impinging on the ground from a turbojet engine; naca-rm-e9l01; February 20, 1950

  247. Freche, John C; Further investigation of a gas turbine with National Bureau of Standards body 4811C ceramic rotor blades; naca-rm-e9l07; March 09, 1950

  248. Diederich, Franklin W; Calculation of the aerodynamic loading of swept and unswept flexible wings of arbitrary stiffness; naca-report-1000; 1950

  249. Frey, D N Freeman, J W White, A E; Fundamental effects of aging on creep properties of solution-treated low-carbon n-155 alloy; naca-report-1001; 1950

  250. Reissner, Eric; On the theory of oscillating airfoils of finite span in subsonic compressible flow; naca-report-1002; 1950

  251. Evvard, John C; Use of source distributions for evaluating theoretical aerodynamics of thin finite wings at supersonic speeds; naca-report-951; 1950

  252. Manson, S S; Direct method of design and stress analysis of rotating disks with temperature gradient; naca-report-952; 1950

  253. Goldstein, Arthur W Mager, Artur; Attainable circulation about airfoils in cascade; naca-report-953; 1950

  254. Stanitz, John D Ellis, Gaylord O; Two-dimensional compressible flow in centrifugal compressors with straight blades; naca-report-954; 1950

  255. Wu, Chung-Hua Wolfenstein, Lincoln; Application of radial-equilibrium condition to axial-flow compressor and turbine design; naca-report-955; 1950

  256. Heaslet, Max A Lomax, Harvard Spreiter, John R; Linearized compressible-flow theory for sonic flight speeds; naca-report-956; 1950

  257. Lomax, Harvard Sluder, Loma Heaslet, Max A; The calculation of downwash behind supersonic wings with an application to triangular plan forms; naca-report-957; 1950

  258. Chapman, Dean R; Laminar mixing of a compressible fluid; naca-report-958; 1950

  259. (Author(s) Not Available); One-dimensional flows of an imperfect diatomic gas; naca-report-959; 1950

  260. Heimerl, George J Roberts, William M; Determination of plate compressive strengths at elevated temperatures; naca-report-960; 1950

  261. Heaslet, Max A Lomax, Harvard; The application of Green's theorem to the solution of boundary-value problems in linearized supersonic wing theory; naca-report-961; 1950

  262. Spreiter, John R; The aerodynamic forces on slender plane- and cruciform-wing and body combinations; naca-report-962; 1950

  263. Gooderum, Paul B Wood, George P Brevoort, Maurice J; Investigation with an interferometer of the turbulent mixing of a free supersonic jet; naca-report-963; 1950

  264. Loftin, Laurence K, Jr Bursnall, William J; The effects of variations in Reynolds number between 3.0 x 10sub6 and 25.0 x 10sub6 upon the aerodynamic characteristics of a number of NACA 6-series airfoil sections; naca-report-964; 1950

  265. Frick, C W Chubb, R S; The longitudinal stability of elastic swept wings at supersonic speed; naca-report-965; 1950

  266. 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-report-966; 1950

  267. Seide, Paul Stowell, Elbridge Z; Elastic and plastic buckling of simply supported solid-core sandwich plates in compression; naca-report-967; 1950

  268. 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-report-968; 1950

  269. Bird, John D; Some theoretical low-speed span loading characteristics of swept wings in roll and sideslip; naca-report-969; 1950

  270. Malvestuto, Frank S , Jr Margolis, Kenneth Ribner, Herbert S; Theoretical lift and damping in roll at supersonic speeds of thin sweptback tapered wings with streamwise tips, subsonic leading edges, and supersonic trailing edges; naca-report-970; 1950

  271. Malvestuto, Frank S , Jr Margolis, Kenneth; Theoretical stability derivatives of thin sweptback wings tapered to a point with sweptback or sweptforward trailing edges for a limited range of supersonic speeds; naca-report-971; 1950

  272. Tucker, Warren A Nelson, Robert L; The effect of torsional flexibility on the rolling characteristics at supersonic speeds of tapered unswept wings; naca-report-972; 1950

  273. Johnson, Harold I; Flight investigation of the effect of various vertical-tail modifications on the directional stability and control characteristics of a propeller-driven fighter airplane; naca-report-973; 1950

  274. Kantrowitz, Arthur; The supersonic axial-flow compressor; naca-report-974; 1950

  275. Reissner, Eric; Small bending and stretching of sandwich-type shells; naca-report-975; 1950

  276. Katzoff, S Gardner, Clifford S Diesendruck, Leo Eisenstadt, Bertram J; Linear theory of boundary effects in open wind tunnels with finite jet lengths; naca-report-976; 1950

  277. Laverne, Melvin E Boksenbom, Aaron S; Frequency response of linear systems from transient data; naca-report-977; 1950

  278. Costello, George R; Method of designing cascade blades with prescribed velocity distributions in compressible potential flows; naca-report-978; 1950

  279. Lessen, Martin; On stability of free laminar boundary layer between parallel streams; naca-report-979; 1950

  280. Boksenbom, Aaron S Hood, Richard; General algebraic method applied to control analysis of complex engine types; naca-report-980; 1950

  281. Lundin, Bruce T; Theoretical analysis of various thrust-augmentation cycles for turbojet engines; naca-report-981; 1950

  282. Coles, Willard D Rollin, Vern G Mulholland, Donald R; Icing-protection requirements for reciprocating-engine induction system; naca-report-982; 1950

  283. Mirels, Harold Haefeli, Rudolph C; Line-vortex theory for calculation of supersonic downwash; naca-report-983; 1950

  284. Curfman, Howard J Gardiner, Robert A; Method for determining the frequency-response characteristics of an element or system from the system transient output response to a known input function; naca-report-984; 1950

  285. Zalovcik, John A; A radar method of calibrating airspeed installations on airplanes in maneuvers at high altitudes and at transonic and supersonic speeds; naca-report-985; 1950

  286. Brown, Clinton E; The reversibility theorem for thin airfoils in subsonic and supersonic flow; naca-report-986; 1950

  287. Sanders, John C Chapin, Edward C; Equilibrium operating performance of axial-flow turbojet engines by means of idealized analysis; naca-report-987; 1950

  288. Mathews, Charles W Thompson, Jim Rogers; Comparative drag measurements at transonic speeds of rectangular sweptback NACA 65-009 airfoils mounted on a freely falling body; naca-report-988; 1950

  289. Klunker, E G Ivey, H Reese; An analysis of supersonic aerodynamic heating with continuous fluid injection; naca-report-990; 1950

  290. Press, Harry; The application of the statistical theory of extreme values to gust-load problems; naca-report-991; 1950

  291. Hall, Eldon W Wilcox, E Clinton; Theoretical comparison of several methods of thrust augmentation for turbojet engines; naca-report-992; 1950

  292. Gessow, Alfred Amer, Kenneth B; An introduction to the physical aspects of helicopter stability; naca-report-993; 1950

  293. Livingood, John N B Brown, W Byron; Analysis of spanwise temperature distribution in three types of air-cooled turbine blade; naca-report-994; 1950

  294. Herriot, John G; Blockage corrections for three-dimensional-flow closed-throat wind tunnels, with consideration of the effect of compressibility; naca-report-995; 1950

  295. Hubbard, Harvey H Regier, Arthur A; Free-space oscillating pressures near the tips of rotating propellers; naca-report-996; 1950

  296. Donely, Philip; Summary of information relating to gust loads on airplanes; naca-report-997; 1950

  297. Corrsin, Stanley Uberoi, Mahinder S; Further experiments on the flow and heat transfer in a heated turbulent air jet; naca-report-998; 1950

  298. Stack, John Draley, Eugene C Delano, James B Feldman, Lewis; Investigation of the NACA 4-(3)(8)-045 two-blade propellers at forward Mach numbers to 0.725 to determine the effects of compressibility and solidity on performance; naca-report-999; 1950

  299. Hasel, Lowell E Sinclair, Archibald R; A pressure-distribution investigation of a supersonic-aircraft fuselage and calibration of the Mach number 1.40 nozzle of the Langley 4- by 4-foot supersonic tunnel; naca-rm-l50b14a; April 07, 1950

  300. Stone, David G; Wing-dropping characteristics of some straight and swept wings at transonic speeds as determined with rocket-powered models; naca-rm-l50c01; May 26, 1950

  301. Nelson, Robert L; Large-scale flight measurements of zero-lift drag at Mach numbers form 0.86 to 1.5 of a wing-body combination having a 60 degree triangular wing with NACA 65A003 sections; naca-rm-l50d26; June 1950

  302. Nelson, William J Bloetscher, Frederick; Preliminary investigation of porous walls as a means of reducing tunnel boundary effects at low-supersonic Mach numbers; naca-rm-l50d27; September 13, 1950

  303. Stoney, William E , Jr Katz, Ellis; Pressure measurements on a sharply converging fuselage afterbody with jet on and off at Mach numbers from 0.8 to 1.6; naca-rm-l50f06; August 10, 1950

  304. Mitchell, Meade H , Jr; Effects of varying the size and location of trailing-edge flap-type controls on the aerodynamic characteristics of a unswept wing at a Mach number of 1.9; naca-rm-l50f08; August 16, 1950

  305. Becht, Robert E Few, Albert G , Jr; Stability characteristics at low speed of a 1/4-scale Bell X-5 airplane model with various modifications to the basic model configurations; naca-rm-l50f23; August 16, 1950

  306. Strass, H Kurt Fields, E M Purser, Paul E; Experimental determination of effect of structural rigidity on rolling effectiveness of some straight and swept wings at Mach numbers from 0.7 to 1.7; naca-rm-l50g14b; October 04, 1950

  307. Pepper, William B , Jr Hoffman, Sherwood; Transonic flight test to compare the zero-lift drag of underslung and symmetrical nacelles varied chordwise at 40 percent semispan of a 45 degree sweptback, tapered wing; naca-rm-l50g17a; October 25, 1950

  308. Davis, Don D , Jr Wood, George P; Preliminary investigation of reflections of oblique waves from a porous wall; naca-rm-l50g19a; November 09, 1950

  309. Katz, Ellis Marley, Edward T Pepper, William B; Flight investigation at Mach numbers from 0.8 to 1.4 to determine the zero-lift drag of wings with 'M' and 'W' plan forms; naca-rm-l50g31; September 18, 1950

  310. Luoma, Arvo A Wright, John B; Longitudinal stability and control characteristics at high subsonic speeds of two models of a transonic research airplane with wings and horizontal tails of aspect ratios 4.2 and 2; naca-rm-l50h07; September 29, 1950

  311. Faget, Maxime A Dettwyler, H Rudolph; Initial flight investigation of a twin engine supersonic ram jet; naca-rm-l50h10; September 15, 1950

  312. D'Aiutolo, Charles T Mason, Homer P; Preliminary results of the flight investigation between Mach numbers of 0.80 and 1.36 of a rocket-powered model of a supersonic airplane configuration having a tapered wing with circular-arc sections and 40 degree sweepback; naca-rm-l50h29a; October 31, 1950

  313. Bertram, Mitchel H; Investigation of the pressure-ratio requirements of the Langley 11-inch hypersonic tunnel with a variable-geometry diffuser; naca-rm-l50i13; October 06, 1950

  314. Purser, Paul E Thibodaux, Joseph G Jackson, H Herbert; Note on some observed effects of rocket motor operation on the base pressures of bodies in free light; naca-rm-l50i18; November 16, 1950

  315. Bond, Aleck C; Experimental investigation of a flat plate paddle jet vane operating on a rocket jet; naca-rm-l50i20; November 15, 1950

  316. Schult, Eugene D; Comparison of large scale flight measurements of zero lift drag at Mach numbers from 0.9 to 1.7 of two wing-body combinations having similar 60 degree triangular wings with NACA 65A003 sections; naca-rm-l50i22; October 25, 1950

  317. Niewald, Roy J Moul, Martin T; The longitudinal stability, control effectiveness, and control hinge moment characteristics obtained from a flight investigation of a canard missile configuration at transonic and supersonic speeds; naca-rm-l50i27; November 24, 1950

  318. Becht, Robert E; Stability and control characteristics of a 1/4-scale Bell X-5 airplane model in the landing configuration; naca-rm-l50j27; December 18, 1950

  319. Adamson, David Boatright, William B; Investigation of downwash, sidewash, and Mach number distribution behind a rectangular wing at a Mach number of 2.41; naca-rm-l50g12; 1957

  320. Lo, Hsu Crate, Harold Schwartz, Edward B; Buckling of thin-walled cylinder under axial compression and internal pressure; naca-tn-2021; 1950

  321. Zender, George W Heldenfels, Richad R; Stress and distortion measurements in a 45 degree swept box beam subjected to antisymmetrical bending and torsion; naca-tn-2054; April 1950

  322. Merten, Kenneth F Rodriguez, Jose L Beck, Edgar B; A comparison of theoretical and experimental wing bending moments during seaplane landings; naca-tn-2063; April 1950

  323. Seide, Paul Barrett, Paul F; The stability of the compression cover of box beams stiffened by posts; naca-tn-2153; August 1950

  324. Rom, Frank E Koutz, Stanley L; Effect of heat and power extraction on turbojet-engine performance II : effect of compressor-outlet air bleed for specific modes of engine operation; naca-tn-2166; August 1950

  325. Mendelson, Alexander Gendler, Selwyn; Analytical determination of coupled bending-torsion vibrations of cantilever beams by means of station functions; naca-tn-2185; September 1950

  326. Koutz, Stanley L Hensley, Reece V Rom, Frank E; Effect of heat and power extraction on turbojet-engine performance III : analytical determination of effects of shaft-power extraction; naca-tn-2202; October 1950

  327. Wu, M H Lee; Analysis of plane-stress problems with axial symmetry in strain-hardening range; naca-tn-2217; December 1950

  328. Levine, Joseph; Statistical explanation of spontaneous freezing of water droplets; naca-tn-2234; December 1950

  329. Wier, John E (National Bureau of Standards) Pons, Dorothy C (National Bureau of Standards) Axilrod, Benjamin M (National Bureau of Standards); Effects of molding conditions on some physical properties of glass-fabric unsaturated-polyester laminates; naca-rm-50j19; November 09, 1950

  330. Hamilton, William T Cleary, Joseph W; Wind-tunnel tests of a 0.16-scale model of the X-3 airplane at high subsonic speeds : stability and control characteristics; naca-rm-a50a03; April 21, 1950

  331. Dannenberg, Robert E Blackaby, James R; An experimental investigation of a jet-engine nacelle in several positions on a 37.25 degree swept-back wing; naca-rm-a50a13; April 19, 1950

  332. Weiberg, James A Carel, Hubert C; Wind-tunnel investigation at low speed of a wing swept-back 63 degrees and twisted and cambered for a uniform load at a lift coefficient of 0.5; naca-rm-a50a23; May 09, 1950

  333. Olson, Robert N Mead, Merrill H; Aerodynamic study of a wing-fuselage combination employing a wing swept back 63 degrees : effectiveness of an elevon as a longitudinal control and the effects of camber and twist on the maximum lift-drag ratio at supersonic speeds; naca-rm-a50a31a; May 08, 1950

  334. Krumm, Walter J; Pressure coefficients at Mach numbers from 0.60 to 0.85 for a semispan wing with NACA 0012-64 section, 20-percent-chord plain aileron, and 0 degree and 45 degree sweepback; naca-rm-a50b13; April 19, 1950

  335. Axelson, John A Taylor, Robert A; Preliminary investigation of the transonic characteristics of an NACA submerged inlet; naca-rm-a50c13; June 05, 1950

  336. Spahr, J Richard Robinson, Robert A; Wind-tunnel investigation at Mach numbers of 2.0 and 2.9 of several configurations of a supersonic ram-jet test vehicle; naca-rm-a50c20; August 18, 1950

  337. Cleary, Joseph W Mellenthin, Jack A; Wind-tunnel tests of a 0.16-scale model of the X-3 airplane at high subsonic speeds : additional stability and control characteristics and the aerodynamic effects of external stores and ram jets; naca-rm-a50c30; June 13, 1950

  338. Berggren, Robert E Graham, Donald J; Effects of leading-edge radius and maximum thickness-chord ratio on the variation with Mach number of the aerodynamic characteristics of several thin NACA airfoil sections; naca-rm-a50d04; July 03, 1950

  339. Winograd, Lee Van Dyke, Rudolph D , Jr; Flight determination of the effects of rudder-pedal-force characteristics on the aiming error in azimuth of a conventional fighter airplane; naca-rm-a50d06; July 05, 1950

  340. Cleary, Joseph W Mellenthin, Jack A; Wind-tunnel tests of a 0.16-scale model of the X-3 airplane at high subsonic speeds : wing and fuselage pressure distribution; naca-rm-a50d07; June 22, 1950

  341. Boltz, Frederick W Beam, Benjamin H; The effects of compressibility on the pressures on a body of revolution and on the aerodynamic characteristics of a wing-nacelle combination consisting of the body of revolution mounted on a swept-back wing; naca-rm-a50e09; July 26, 1950

  342. Boddy, Lee E; Investigation at high subsonic speeds of methods of alleviating the adverse interference at the root of a swept-back wing; naca-rm-a50e26; August 10, 1950

  343. Holzhauser, Curt A; An experimental investigation at large scale of an NACA submerged intake and deflector installation on the rearward portion of a fuselage; naca-rm-a50f13; August 30, 1950

  344. Delany, Noel K Hayter, Nora-Lee F; Low-speed investigation of a 0.16-scale model of the X-3 airplane : longitudinal characteristics; naca-rm-a50g06; September 08, 1950

  345. Heinle, Donovan R; Effect of dihedral change on the theoretical dynamic lateral response characteristics of a low-aspect-ratio straight-wing supersonic airplane; naca-rm-a50h02; December 07, 1950

  346. Winograd, Lee Cooper, George E Rathert, George A , Jr Rolls, L Stewart; Preliminary flight investigation of the wing-dropping tendency and lateral-control characteristics of a 35 degree swept-wing airplane at transonic Mach numbers; naca-rm-a50h03; September 11, 1950

  347. Cook, Woodrow L Griffin, Roy N Mccormack, Gerald M , Jr; The use of area suction for the purpose of delaying separation of air flow at the leading edge of a 63 degree swept-back wing; naca-rm-a50h09; November 22, 1950

  348. Krumm, Walter J Cleary, Joseph W; High-speed aerodynamic characteristics of a lateral-control model III : section characteristics, fence studies, and tabulated pressure coefficients with modified NACA 0012-64 section, 26.6-percent-chord, plain aileron, 0 and 45 degree sweepback; naca-rm-a50h17; November 22, 1950

  349. Boltz, Federick W Buell, Donald A; Wind-tunnel investigation of the effects of a jet engine nacelle on the aerodynamic characteristics of a 37.25 degree swept back wing at high subsonic speeds; naca-rm-a50h23; October 24, 1950

  350. Sadoff, Melvin Sisk, Thomas R; Summary report of results obtained during demonstration tests of the Northrop X-4 airplanes; naca-rm-a50i01; December 13, 1950

  351. Nelson, Warren H; Wind-tunnel investigation of a 1/6-scale model of the Bumblebee XPM missile at high subsonic speeds; naca-rm-a50i11; December 11, 1950

  352. Weiberg, James A Carel, Hubert C; Wind-tunnel investigation at low speed of a wing swept back 63 degrees and twisted and cambered for uniform load at a lift coefficient of 0.5 and with a thickened tip section; naca-rm-a50i14; November 21, 1950

  353. Walker, Harold J Stivers, Louis S , Jr; Investigation of the downwash and wake behind a triangular wing of aspect ratio 4 at subsonic and supersonic Mach numbers; naca-rm-a50i14a; December 12, 1950

  354. Summers, James L Page, William A; Lift and moment characteristics at subsonic Mach numbers of four 10-percent-thick airfoil sections of varying trailing-edge thickness; naca-rm-a50j09; December 20, 1950

  355. Triplett, William C Van Dyke, Rudolph D , Jr; Preliminary flight investigation of the dynamic longitudinal-stability characteristics of a 35 degree swept-wing airplane; naca-rm-a50j09a; December 11, 1950

  356. Stivers, Louis S , Jr Malick, Alexander W; Wind-tunnel investigation at Mach numbers from 0.50 to 1.29 of an unswept tapered wing of aspect ratio 2.67 with leading- and trailing-edge flaps - trailing-edge flaps deflected; naca-rm-a50j09b; December 13, 1950

  357. Hall, Charles F Heitmeyer, John C; Aeronautical study of a wing-fuselage combination employing a wing swept back 63 degrees : characteristics at supersonic speeds of a model with the wing twisted and cambered for uniform load; naca-rm-a9j24; January 09, 1950

  358. Matthews, Howard F; The effect of accelerating a hypothetical aircraft through the transonic range with controls fixed; naca-rm-a9j26; April 04, 1950

  359. Edwards, George G Boltz, Frederick W; An analysis of the forces and pressure distribution on a wing with the leading edge swept back 37.25 degrees; naca-rm-a9k01; March 30, 1950

  360. Mccormack, Gerald M Cook, Woodrow L; Effects of boundary-layer control on the longitudinal characteristics of a 45 degrees swept-forward wing-fuselage combination; naca-rm-a9k02a; February 02, 1950

  361. Dannenberg, Robert E; A design study of leading-edge inlets for unswept wings; naca-rm-a9k02b; June 30, 1950

  362. Nelson, Warren, H Erickson, Albert L; The effect of aspect ratio on the subsonic aerodynamic characteristics of wings with NACA 65(sub 1)-210 sections; naca-rm-a9k18; February 03, 1950

  363. Wick, Bradford H Graham, David; Exploratory investigation of the effect of skewed plain nose flaps on the low-speed characteristics of a large-scale triangular-wing-fuselage model; naca-rm-a9k22; January 12, 1950

  364. Stivers, Louis S Malick, Alexander W; Wing-tunnel investigation at Mach numbers from 0.50 to 1.29 of an all-movable triangular wing of aspect ratio 4 alone and with a body; naca-rm-a9l01; February 02, 1950

  365. Krumm, Walter J Anderson, Joseph L; High-speed aerodynamic characteristics of a lateral-control model II : modified NACA 0012-64 section with a 26.6-percent-chord, plain, trailing-edge aileron; wing unswept and swept back 45 degrees; naca-rm-a9l27; March 15, 1950

  366. Rolls, L Stewart Rathert, George A , Jr; Tests of a small-scale NACA submerged inlet at transonic Mach numbers; naca-rm-a9l29; February 23, 1950

  367. Ellerbrock, Herman H , Jr Schafer, Louis J , Jr; Application of blade cooling to gas turbines; naca-rm-e50a04; May 31, 1950

  368. Ellerbrock, Herman H , Jr Ziemer, Robert R; Preliminary analysis of problem of determining experimental performance of air-cooled turbine I : methods for determining heat-transfer characteristics; naca-rm-e50a05; June 12, 1950

  369. Ellerbrock, Herman H , Jr; Preliminary analysis of problem of determining experimental performance of air-cooled turbine II : methods for determining cooling-air-flow characteristics; naca-rm-e50a06; June 07, 1950

  370. Grey, Ralph E Brightwell, Virginia L Barson, Zelmar NACA; Altitude-chamber performance of British Rolls-Royce Nene II engine III : 18.00-inch-diameter jet nozzle; naca-rm-e50a31; July 10, 1950

  371. Doyle, Ronald B; Calculated performance of nuclear turbojet powered airplane at flight Mach number of 0.9; naca-rm-e50b23; May 11, 1950

  372. Mcdonald, Glen E; Measurement of uniform flame movement in carbon monoxide - air mixtures containing either added D2O or H2O; naca-rm-e50c10; July 05, 1950

  373. Acker, Loren W Kleinknecht, Kenneth S; Effects of inlet icing on performance of axial-flow turbojet engine in natural icing conditions; naca-rm-e50c15; May 25, 1950

  374. Hanson, Morgan P; Effect of blade-root fit and lubrication on vibration characteristics of ball-root-type axial-flow-compressor blades; naca-rm-e50c17; June 15, 1950

  375. Hubbartt, James E; Comparison of outside-surface heat-transfer coefficients for cascades of turbine blades; naca-rm-e50c28; July 17, 1950

  376. Eckert, E R G Jackson, Thomas W; Analytical investigation of flow and heat transfer in coolant passages of free-convection liquid-cooled turbines; naca-rm-e50d25; July 18, 1950

  377. Brown, W Byron Rossbach, Richard J; Numerical solution of equations for one-dimensional gas flow in rotating coolant passages; naca-rm-e50e04; June 26, 1950

  378. Silvern, David H Slivka, William R; Analytical investigation of turbines with adjustable stator blades and effect of these turbines on jet-engine performance; naca-rm-e50e05; July 17, 1950

  379. Fleming, William A Wallner, Lewis E Wintler, John T; Effect of compressor-outlet bleedoff on turbojet-engine performance; naca-rm-e50e17; August 07, 1950

  380. Ellerbrock, Herman H , Jr Ziemer, Robert R; Preliminary analysis of problem of determining experimental performance of air-cooled turbine III : methods for determining power and efficiency; naca-rm-e50e18; August 02, 1950

  381. Zettle, Eugene V Mark, Herman; Simulated altitude performance of two annular combustors with continuous axial openings for admission of primary air; naca-rm-e50e18a; August 03, 1950

  382. Schramm, Wilson B Nachtigall, Alfred J Arne, Vernon L; Preliminary analysis of effects of air cooling turbine blades on turbojet-engine performance; naca-rm-e50e22; August 02, 1950

  383. Jansen, Emmert T Thorman, H Carl; Altitude performance characteristics of tail-pipe burner with variable-area exhaust nozzle; naca-rm-e50e29; August 11, 1950

  384. Brown, W Byron Donoughe, Patrick L; Extension of boundary-layer heat-transfer theory to cooled turbine blades; naca-rm-e50f02; August 11, 1950

  385. Straight, David M Gold, Harold; Experimental and analytical study of balanced-diaphragm fuel distributors for gas-turbine engines; naca-rm-e50f05; August 14, 1950

  386. Brown, W Byron Esgar, Jack B; Analytical determination of local surface heat-transfer coefficients for cooled turbine blades from measured metal temperatures; naca-rm-e50f09; August 11, 1950

  387. Weinstein, Maynard I; Investigation of perforated convergent-divergent diffusers with initial boundary layer; naca-rm-e50f12; August 15, 1950

  388. Wear, Jerrold D Locke, Theodore E; Effect of retractable ignition plug on plug fouling by carbon deposits; naca-rm-e50f14; August 24, 1950

  389. Shillito, T B Jones, W L Henzel, J G , Jr; Altitude-test-chamber investigation of performance of a 28-inch ram-jet engine I : combustion and operational performance of four combustion-chamber configurations; naca-rm-e50f16; August 23, 1950

  390. Chelko, Louis J; Penetration of liquid jets into a high-velocity air stream; naca-rm-e50f21; August 14, 1950

  391. Long, Roger A; Fabrication and properties of hot-pressured molybdenum disilicide; naca-rm-e50f22; August 24, 1950

  392. Drake, Wray V Drell, I L; Survey of less-inflammable hydraulic fluids for aircraft; naca-rm-e50f29; September 07, 1950

  393. Wilsted, H D Armstrong, J C; Effect of fuel volatility on altitude starting limits of a turbojet engine; naca-rm-e50g10; September 11, 1950

  394. Conrad, E William Sobolewski, Adam E; Investigation of effects of inlet-air velocity distortion on performance of turbojet engine; naca-rm-e50g11; September 13, 1950

  395. Hibbard, Robert R Drell, Isadore L Metzler, Allen J Spakowski, Adolph E; Combustion efficiencies in hydrocarbon-air systems at reduced pressures; naca-rm-e50g14; September 13, 1950

  396. Wilcox, Fred Baker, Sol Perchonok, Eugene; Free-jet investigation of a 16-inch ram jet at Mach numbers of 1.35, 1.50, and 1.73; naca-rm-e50g19; October 02, 1950

  397. Kaufman, Samuel J Isely, Francis D; Preliminary investigation of heat transfer to water flowing in an electrically heated Inconel tube; naca-rm-e50g31; September 27, 1950

  398. Glasser, Philip W; Performance of 4600-pound-thrust centrifugal-flow-type turbojet engine with water-alcohol injection at inlet; naca-rm-e50h07; October 09, 1950

  399. Sather, Bernard I Tauschek, Max J; Study of compressor systems for a gas-generator engine; naca-rm-e50h08; October 16, 1950

  400. Cummings, John L Haefeli, Rudolph C; Downwash in vortex region behind rectangular half-wing at Mach number 1.91; naca-rm-e50h10; October 26, 1950

  401. Rayle, Warren D Douglass, Howard W; Investigation of ignition characteristics of AN-F-32 and two AN-F-58a fuels in single can-type turbojet combustor; naca-rm-e50h16a; October 13, 1950

  402. Humble, L V Wachtl, W W Doyle, R B; Preliminary analysis of three cycles for nuclear propulsion of aircraft; naca-rm-e50h24; October 13, 1950

  403. Von Glahn, Uwe Blatz, Robert E; Investigation of power requirements for ice prevention and cyclical de-icing of inlet guide vanes with internal electric heaters; naca-rm-e50h29; December 1950

  404. Wallner, Lewis E Saari, Martin J; Altitude investigation of performance of turbine-propeller engine and its components; naca-rm-e50h30; October 05, 1950

  405. Gray, Vernon H Bowden, Dean T; Icing characteristics and anti-icing heat requirements for hollow and internally modified gas-heated inlet guide vanes; naca-rm-e50i08; December 05, 1950

  406. Jackson, Joseph L; Spontaneous ignition temperatures of pure hydrocarbons and commercial fluids; naca-rm-e50j10; December 20, 1950

  407. Sloop, John L Morrell, Gerald; Temperature survey of the wake of two closely located parallel jets; naca-rm-e9i21; February 06, 1950

  408. Mark, Herman Zettle, Eugene V; Effect of air distribution on radial temperature distribution in one-sixth sector of annular turbojet combustor; naca-rm-e9i22; April 05, 1950

  409. Pesman, Gerard J; Analysis of multiengine transport airplane fire records; naca-rm-e9j19; May 1950

  410. Busch, Arthur M; Correlation of laboratory smoke test with carbon deposition in turbojet combustors; naca-rm-e9k04; February 03, 1950

  411. Thorman, H Carl Mcaulay, John E; Altitude-wind-tunnel investigation of turbine performance in J47 turbojet engine; naca-rm-e9k10; September 21, 1950

  412. Hauser, Cavour H Plohr, Henry W Sonder, Gerhard; Study of flow conditions and deflection angle at exit of two-dimensional cascade of turbine rotor blades at critical and supercritical pressure ratios; naca-rm-e9k25; March 10, 1950

  413. Bell, Arthur H Farmer, J Elmo; Transient operating characteristics of a turbojet engine when subjected to steep changes in fuel flow; naca-rm-e9k25a; February 20, 1950

  414. Campbell, Carl E; Altitude-wind-tunnel investigation of combustion-chamber performance on J47 turbojet engine; naca-rm-e9l02; December 15, 1950

  415. Meyer, Andre' J Calvert, Howard F Morse, C Robert; Effects of obstructions in compressor inlet on blade vibration in 10-stage axial-flow compressor; naca-rm-e9l05; February 13, 1950

  416. Yuriev, I.M.; Subsonic gas flow past a wing profile; naca-tm-1250; 1950

  417. ; On the formation of shock waves in subsonic flows with local supersonic velocities; naca-tm-1251; 1950

  418. Falkovich, S.V.; Vibration of a wing of finite span in a supersonic flow; naca-tm-1257; 1950

  419. ; Exact solutions of equations of gas dynamics; naca-tm-1260; 1950

  420. Schlichting, H.; Amplitude distribution and energy balance of small disturbances in plate flow; naca-tm-1265; 1950

  421. Brodel, Walter.; Theory of plane, symmetrical intake diffusers; naca-tm-1267; 1950

  422. Damkohler, Gerhard.; Isentropic phase changes in dissociating gases and the method of sound dispersion for the investigation of homogeneous gas reactions with very high speed; naca-tm-1268; 1950

  423. Damkohler, Gerhard.; Isentropic phase changes in dissociating gases and the method of sound dispersion for the investigation of homogeneous gas reactions with very high speed :Conclusion; naca-tm-1269; 1950

  424. Sanger, Eugen; The gas kinetics of very high flight speeds; naca-tm-1270; 1950

  425. Hahnemann, H., Ehret, L.; Effect of intense sound waves on a stationary gas flame; naca-tm-1271; 1950

  426. Schuh, H.; The solution of the laminar-boundary-layer equation for the flat plate for velocity and temperature fields for variable physical properties and for the diffusion field at high concentration; naca-tm-1275; 1950

  427. Mangler, W.; General solution of Prandtl's boundary-layer equation; naca-tm-1278; 1950

  428. Ruden, P.; Two-dimensional symmetrical inlets with external compression; naca-tm-1279; 1950

  429. Lutz, Otto.; Graphical determination of wall temperatures for heat transfers through walls of arbitrary shape; naca-tm-1280; 1950

  430. Ludwieg, H.; Instrument for measuring the wall shearing stress of turbulent boundary layers; naca-tm-1284; 1950

  431. Ludwieg, Hubert., Tillmann, W.; Investigations of the wall-shearing stress in turbulent boundary layers; naca-tm-1285; 1950

  432. Kuntze, Wilhelm.; Dependence of the elastic strain coefficient of copper on the pre-treatment; naca-tm-1287; 1950

  433. Kohlmann, H.; The development of a hollow blade for exhaust gas turbines; naca-tm-1289; 1950

  434. Seaberg, Ernest C.; Theoretical investigation of a proportional-plus-flicker automatic pilot; naca-rm-l50i19; 1950

  435. Sokolov, N. A.; Hydrodynamic properties of planing surfaces and flying boats; naca-tm-1246; 1950

  436. Gantmacher, F. R., Levin, L. M.; Equations of motion of a rocket; naca-tm-1255; 1950

  437. Povolny, John H., Bogdan, Louis J., Chelko, Louis J.; Cylinder-head temperatures and coolant heat rejection of a multicylinder liquid-cooled engine of 1650-cubic-inch displacement; naca-tn-2069; 1950

  438. Frank, Joseph L.; Pressure-Distribution and Ram-Recovery Characteristics of NACA Submerged Inlets at High Speed Subsonic Speeds; naca-rm-a50e02; 1950

  439. Graham, David.; Chordwise and spanwise loadings measured at a large triangular wing having an aspect ratio of 2 and a thin, subsonic-type airfoil section; naca-rm-a50a04a; 1950

  440. Voit, Charles H., Guentert, Donald C., Dugan, James F.; Performance of high-pressure-ratio axial-flow compressor using highly cambered NACA 65-series blower blades at high Mach numbers; naca-rm-e50a09; 1950

  441. Golladay, Richard L., Bloomer, Harry E.; Altitude performance and operational characteristics of 29-inch-diameter tail-pipe burner with several fuel systems and fuel-cooled stage-type flame holders on J35-A-5 turbojet engine / Richard L. Golladay and Harry E. Bloomer; naca-rm-e50a19; 1950

  442. Huntley, Sidney C.; Altitude-chamber performance of British Roll-Royce Nene II engine IV :effect of operational variables on temperature distribution at combustion-chamber outlets; naca-rm-e50b10; 1950

  443. Messing, Wesley E., Simpkinson, Scott H.; Free-flight performance of 16-inch-diameter supersonic ram-jet units II :five units designed for combustion-chamber-inlet Mach number of 0.16 at free-stream Mach number of 1.60 (units B-1, B-2, B-3, B-4, and B-5) /c Wesley E. Messing and Scott H. Simpkin; naca-rm-e50b14; 1950

  444. Freche, John C., Diaguila, A. J.; Heat-transfer and operating characteristics of aluminum forced-convection and stainless-steel natural-convection water-cooled single-stage turbines; naca-rm-e50d03a; 1950

  445. Moeckel, W. E.; Experimental investigation of supersonic flow with detached shock waves for Mach numbers between 1.8 and 2.9; naca-rm-e50d05; 1950

  446. Jones, William L., Bogdan, Louis J.; Experimental investigation of thrust augmentation of 4000-pound-thrust centrifugal-flow-type turbojet engine by bleedoff; naca-rm-e50d17; 1950

  447. Shillito, Thomas B., Harp, James L., Jr.; Effect of inlet temperature and humidity on thrust augmentation of turbojet engine by compressor-inlet injection; naca-rm-e50d19; 1950

  448. Voit, Charles H., Guentert, Donald C., Dugan, James F.; Effect of Mach number on over-all performance of single-stage axial-flow compressor designed for high pressure ratio; naca-rm-e50d26; 1950

  449. Behun, M., Rom, F. E., Hensley, R. V.; Evaluation of a ducted-fan power plant designed for high output and good cruise fuel economy; naca-rm-e50e01; 1950

  450. von Glahn, Uwe., Blatz, Robert E.; Investigation of aerodynamic and icing characteristics of water-inertia-separation inlets for turbojet engines; naca-rm-e50e03; 1950

  451. Krebs, Richard R., Himmel, Seymore C., Blivas, Darnold., Shames, Harold.; Dynamic investigation of turbine-propeller engine under altitude conditions; naca-rm-e50j24; 1950

  452. A. Huffschmid; Investigation of the Model ME210 in the Spin Wind Tunnel of the DVL, Fourth Partial Report - Model with Long Fuselage and with a Vee Tail; naca-tm-1222; 1950

  453. Stuper; Flight Experiences and Tests on Two Airplanes with Suction Slots; naca-tm-1232; 1950

  454. E. W. Sponder; Investigations of Lateral Stability of a Glide Bomb Using Automatic Control Having no Time Lag; naca-tm-1248; 1950

  455. I.A. Kiebel; Some Studies on the Flow of a Gas in the Region of Transition Through the Velocity of Sound; naca-tm-1252; 1950

  456. H. Blasius; The Boundary Layers in Fluids with Little Friction; naca-tm-1256; 1950

  457. Maurice Roy; Theoretical Investigations on the Efficiency and the Conditions for the Realization of Jet Engines; naca-tm-1259; 1950

  458. Roger W. Luidens and Robert T. Madden (Lewis Flight Propulsion Laboratory, Cleveland, Ohio); Interpretation of Boundary-Layer Pressure-Rake Data in Flow with a Detached Shock; naca-rm-e50i29a; 1950

  459. Hartmann, Melvin J, Tysl, Edward R; Performance of 24-inch supersonic axial-flow compressor in air III : compressor performance with inlet guide vanes; naca-rm-e50d27; July 10, 1950

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