NACA Digital Library - UK Mirror

    565 records

  1. Manuel Stein, J. Mayers; A small-deflection theory for curved sandwich plates; naca-report-1008; 1951

  2. Alvin H. Sacks, John R. Spreiter; Theoretical investigation of submerged inlets at low speeds; naca-tn-2323; August, 1951

  3. John M. Hedgepeth, S. B. Batdorf, J. Lyell Sanders, Jr.; On the angular distribution of slip lines in polycrystalline aluminum alloy; naca-tn-2577; December 1951

  4. Hans Ekstein; X-ray diffraction by bent crystal lamellae; naca-tn-2448; Sep 1951

  5. William Arthur Vogeley; Axial-momentum theory for propellers in compressible flow; naca-tn-2164; Jul 1951

  6. Morton Cooper, Robert A. Webster; The use of an uncalibrated cone for determination of flow angles and Mach numbers at supersonic speeds; naca-tn-2190; Mar 1951

  7. Milton D. Van Dyke; A study of second-order supersonic-flow theory; naca-tn-2200; Jan 1951

  8. Richard B. Skoog, Harvey H. Brown; A method for the determination of the spanwise load distribution of a flexible swept wing at subsonic speeds; naca-tn-2222; Mar 1951

  9. Bernard E. Klunker, Keith C. Harder; On the second-order tunnel-wall-constriction corrections in two-dimensional compressible flow; naca-tn-2350; Apr 1951

  10. Robert W. Higgins, Constantine C. Pappas; An experimental investigation of the effect of surface heating on boundary-layer transition on a flat plate in supersonic flow; naca-tn-2351; Apr 1951

  11. William Bihrle, Jr.; Floating characteristics of a plain and a horn-balanced rudder at spinning attitudes as determined from rotary tests on a model of a typical low-wing personal-owner airplane; naca-tn-2359; May 1951

  12. Richard J. Spahr, Robert R. Dickey; Effect of tail surfaces on the base drag of a body of revolution at Mach numbers of 1.5 and 2.0; naca-tn-2360; Apr 1951

  13. Braney H. Little, Jr., Stafford W. Wilbur; Turbulence-intensity measurements in a jet of air issuing from a long tube; naca-tn-2361; May 1951

  14. E. S. Kavanaugh, William Dale Drinkwater; Torsional strength of stiffened D-tubes; naca-tn-2362; May 1951

  15. Eric Reissner; On the application of Mathieu functions in the theory of subsonic compressible flow past oscillating airfoils; naca-tn-2363; May 1951

  16. S. S. Shu; On two-dimensional flow after a curved stationary shock (with special reference to the problem of detached shock waves); naca-tn-2364; May 1951

  17. William R. Slivka, David H. Silvern; Analytical evaluation of aerodynamic characteristics of turbines with nontwisted rotor blades; naca-tn-2365; May 1951

  18. Robert L. Johnson, Marshal B. Peterson, Max A Swikert; Friction at high sliding velocities of oxide films on steel surfaces boundary-lubricated with stearic-acid solutions; naca-tn-2366; May 1951

  19. M. H. Lee Wu; General plastic behavior and approximate solutions of rotating disk in strain-hardening range; naca-tn-2367; May 1951

  20. Robert D. Ingebo; Vaporization rates and heat-transfer coefficients for pure liquid drops; naca-tn-2368; Jul 1951

  21. Eric Reissner, Manuel Stein; Torsion and transverse bending of cantilever plates; naca-tn-2369; Jun 1951

  22. John T. Sinette, Jr., George R. Costello; Possible application of blade boundary-layer control to improvement of design and off-design performance of axial-flow turbomachines; naca-tn-2371; May 1951

  23. Rudolph W. Hensel; Rectangular-wind-tunnel blocking corrections using the velocity-ratio method; naca-tn-2372; Jun 1951

  24. Louis H. Smaus, Elwood C. Stewart; Practical methods of calculation involved in the experimental study of an autopilot and the autopilot-aircraft combination; naca-tn-2373; Jun 1951

  25. Gordon L. Dugger; Effect of initial mixture temperature on flame speed of methane-air, propane-air and ethylene-air mixtures; naca-tn-2374; May 1951

  26. Donald S. Woolston, Harry L. Runyan; On the use of coupled modal functions in flutter analysis; naca-tn-2375; Jun 1951

  27. F. R. Steinbacher, C. N. Gaylord, W. K. Rey; Method for analyzing indeterminate structures stressed above proportional limit; naca-tn-2376; Jun 1951

  28. W. A. Crouse, Margie Carickhoff, Margaret A. Fisher; Effect of fuel immersion on laminated plastics; naca-tn-2377; Jun 1951

  29. Aaron S. Boksenbom, Richard Hood; Automatic control systems satisfying certain general criterions on transient behavior; naca-tn-2378; Jun 1951

  30. James R. Blackaby; An investigation of the effects of jet-outlet cut-off angle on thrust direction and body pitching moment; naca-tn-2379; Jun 1951

  31. Dwight G. Moore, Mary A. Mason; Effectiveness of ceramic coatings in reducing corrosion of five heat-resistant alloys by lead-bromide vapors; naca-tn-2380; Jun 1951

  32. D. N. Frey, J. W. Freeman, A. E. White; Fundamental aging effects influencing high-temperature properties of solution-treated Inconel X; naca-tn-2385; Jun 1951

  33. Dwight G. Moore, Stanley G. Benner, William N. Harrison; Studies of high-temperature protection of a titanium-carbide ceramal by chromium-type ceramic-metal coatings; naca-tn-2386; Jun 1951

  34. H. J. Grover, S. M. Bishop, L. R. Jackson; Fatigue strengths of aircraft materials : axial-load fatigue tests on notched sheet specimens of 24S-T3 and 75S-T6 aluminum alloys and of SAE 4130 steel with stress-concentration factors of 2.0 and 4.0; naca-tn-2389; Jun 1951

  35. H. J. Grover, S. M. Bishop, L. R. Jackson; Fatigue strengths of aircraft materials : axial-load fatigue tests on notched sheet specimens of 24S-T3 and 75S-T6 aluminum alloys and of SAE 4130 steel with stress-concentration factor of 5.0; naca-tn-2390; Jun 1951

  36. Samuel Katzoff, Margery E. Hannah; Further comparisons of theoretical and experimental lift and pressure distributions on airfoils in cascade at low-subsonic speed; naca-tn-2391; Aug 1951

  37. Roger A. Anderson; Charts giving critical compressive stress of continuous flat sheet divided into parallelogram-shaped panels; naca-tn-2392; Jul 1951

  38. M. Holt, I. D. Eaton; Effects of design details on the fatigue strength of 355-T6 sand-cast aluminum alloy; naca-tn-2394; Jul 1951

  39. Donald A. Howard; Bench-test investigation of the transient-response characteristics of several simulated airplanes incorporating an autopilot sensitive to yawing accelerations; naca-tn-2395; Jul 1951

  40. Arthur G. Holms, Joseph E. Jenkins, Andrew J. Repko; Influence of tensile strength and ductility on strengths of rotating disks in presence of material and fabrication defects of several types; naca-tn-2397; Jun 1951

  41. Vernon A. Slabey, Paul H. Wise; Synthesis of cyclopropane hydrocarbons from methylcyclopropyl ketone III : 2-cyclopropyl-1-butene, cis and trans 2-cyclopropyl-2-butene, and 2-cyclopropylbutane; naca-tn-2398; Jun 1951

  42. Vernon J. Rossow; Applicability of the hypersonic similarity rule to pressure distributions which include the effects of rotation for bodies of revolution at zero angle of attack; naca-tn-2399; Jun 1951

  43. Eckert, E R G Low, George M; Temperature distribution in internally heated walls of heat exchangers with noncircular flow passages using coolants with very low Prandtl number; naca-tn-2401; July 1951

  44. Sumner Alpert, Rose M. Litrenta; Construction and use of charts in design studies of gas turbines; naca-tn-2402; Jul 1951

  45. Fred E. Weick, L. E. Flanagan, Jr., H. H. Cherry; An analytical investigation of effect of high-lift flaps on take-off of light airplanes; naca-tn-2404; Sep 1951

  46. Elmer A. Horton, Stanley Frank Racisz, Nicholas J. Paradiso; Investigation of NACA 64,2-432 and 64,3-440 airfoil sections with boundary-layer control and an analytical study of their possible applications; naca-tn-2405; Jul 1951

  47. Ruth N. Weltmann, Steven Fairweather, Daryl Papke; Application of x-ray absorption to measurement of small air-density gradients; naca-tn-2406; Jul 1951

  48. Chung-Hua Wu, Curtis A. Brown; Method of analysis for compressible flow arbitrary turbomachine blades on general surface of revolution; naca-tn-2407; Jul 1951

  49. John D. Stanitz; Approximate design method for high-solidity blade elements in compressors and turbines; naca-tn-2408; Jul 1951

  50. Robert G. Deissler; Analytical investigation of fully developed laminar flow in tubes with heat transfer with fluid properties variable along the radius; naca-tn-2410; Jul 1951

  51. George P. Wood, Paul B. Gooderum; Method of determining initial tangents of contours of flow variables behind a curved, axially symmetric shock wave; naca-tn-2411; Jul 1951

  52. John C. Martin, Frank S. Malvestuto, Jr.; Theoretical force and moments due to sideslip of a number of vertical tail configurations at supersonic speeds; naca-tn-2412; Sep 1951

  53. Paul F. Barrett, Paul Seide; An experimental determination of the critical bending moment of a box beam stiffened by posts; naca-tn-2414; Jul 1951

  54. Christopher C. Kraft, Jr., Arthur Assadourian; Experimental study of an angle-of-attack vane mounted ahead of the nose of an airplane for use as a sensing device for an acceleration alleviator; naca-tn-2415; Jul 1951

  55. Albert I. Bellin, Richard D. Messina, Paul B. Richards; Preliminary study of stability of flow from two ducts discharging into a common duct; naca-tn-2417; Jul 1951

  56. John D. Stanitz, Vasily D. Prian; A rapid approximate method for determining velocity distribution on impeller blades of centrifugal compressors; naca-tn-2421; Jul 1951

  57. D. G. Moore, L. H. Bolz, J. W. Pitts, W. N. Harrison; Study of chromium-frit-type coatings for high-temperature protection of molybdenum; naca-tn-2422; Jul 1951

  58. Harry C. Mickleboro, Charles C. Shufflebarger; Flight investigation of the effect of transient wing response on wing strains of a twin-engine transport airplane in rough air; naca-tn-2424; Jul 1951

  59. Joseph Marin, B. H. Ulrich, W. P. Hughes; Plastic stress-strain relations for 75S-T6 aluminum alloy subjected to biaxial tensile stresses; naca-tn-2425; Aug 1951

  60. Llewellyn M. K. Boelter, V. D. Sanders, George Young, M. Morgan, E. H. Morrin; An investigation of aircraft heaters XXXIV : experimental determination of thermal and hydrodynamical behavior of air flowing between a flat and a wave-shaped plate; naca-tn-2426; Aug 1951

  61. L. M. K. Boelter, R. W. Lockhart; An investigation of aircraft heaters XXXV : thermocouple conduction error observed in measuring surface temperatures; naca-tn-2427; Jul 1951

  62. L. M. K. Boelter, W. R. Elswick, V. D. Sanders, M. W. Rubesin; An investigation of aircraft heaters XXXVI : preliminary investigation of a combustion- type aircraft heater; naca-tn-2428; Aug 1951

  63. Raymond L. Chuan, Richard J. Magnus; Study of vortex shedding as related to self-excited torsional oscillations of an airfoil; naca-tn-2429; Sep 1951

  64. Harold F. Hipsher, Paul H. Wise; Synthesis, purification and physical properties of hydrocarbons of the naphthalene series I: 1-methylnaphthalene, 1-ethylnaphthalene, 1-butylnaphthalene, and 1-isobutylnaphthalene; naca-tn-2430; Aug 1951

  65. Fabio R. Goldshmied; Skin friction of incompressible turbulent boundary layer under adverse pressure gradients; naca-tn-2431; Aug 1951

  66. Luigi Crocco; Transformations of the hodograph flow equation and the introduction of two generalized potential functions; naca-tn-2432; Aug 1951

  67. W. F. Brown, Jr., George Sachs; A critical review of notch sensitivity in stress-rupture tests; naca-tn-2433; Aug 1951

  68. William A. Hickman, Norris F. Dow; Direct-reading design charts for 75S-T6 aluminum-alloy flat compression panels having longitudinal extruded Z-section stiffeners; naca-tn-2435; May 1951

  69. Chan-Mou Tchen; Heat delivery in a compressible flow and applications to hot-wire anemometry; naca-tn-2436; Aug 1951

  70. Coleman dup Donaldson, Jim J. Jones; Some measurements of the effect of gaseous imperfections on the critical pressure ratio in air and the speed of sound in nitrogen; naca-tn-2437; Aug 1951

  71. Jackson R. Stalder, Glen Goodwin, Marcus O. Creager; Heat-transfer to bodies in a high-speed rarefied-gas stream; naca-tn-2438; Aug 1951

  72. Rolf Landauer; A theory of conductivity of cold-worked copper; naca-tn-2439; Sep 1951

  73. Donald R. Riley; Wind-tunnel investigation and analysis of the effects of end plates on the aerodynamic characteristics of an unswept wing; naca-tn-2440; Aug 1951

  74. Enoch J. Durbin; Optical methods involving light scattering for measuring size and concentration of condensation particles in supercooled hypersonic flow; naca-tn-2441; Aug 1951

  75. M. M. Frocht; A photoelastic investigation of stress concentrations due to small fillets and grooves in tension; naca-tn-2442; Aug 1951

  76. Frank M. Hamaker, Stanford E. Neice, A. J. Eggers, Jr.; The similarity law for hypersonic flow about slender three-dimensional shapes; naca-tn-2443; Aug 1951

  77. B. M. Axilrod, Martha A. Sherman; Effect of stress-solvent crazing on tensile strength of polymethyl methacrylate; naca-tn-2444; Aug 1951

  78. Paul E. Purser, M. Leroy Spearman; Wind-tunnel tests at low speed of swept and yawed wings having various plan forms; naca-tn-2445; Dec 1951

  79. Hans Ekstein; Statistical fluctuation of intensity in Debye-Scherrer lines due to random orientation of crystal grains; naca-tn-2447; Aug 1951

  80. Benjamin Milwitzky, Dean C. Lindquist; Evaluation of the reduced-mass method of representing wing-lift effects in free-fall drop tests of landing gears; naca-tn-2400; Jul 1951

  81. Hans Ekstein; Width of Debye-Scherrer lines for finite spectral width of primary beam; naca-tn-2446; Sep 1951

  82. Robert J. Cohen; Aerodynamic characteristics of four bodies of revolution showing some effects of afterbody shape and fineness ratio at free-stream Mach numbers from 1.50 to 1.99; naca-rm-e51c06; may 1951

  83. Benson E. Gammon; Preliminary evaluation of the air and fuel specific-impulse characteristics of several potential ram-jet fuels I : octene-1, aluminum, and aluminum - octene-1 slurries; naca-rm-e51c12; Apr 1951

  84. Zelmar Barson, Arthur F. Sargent, Jr.; Effect of fuel volatility on performance of tail-pipe burner; naca-rm-e51c14; Apr 1951

  85. Eugene Perchonok, John M. Farley; Internal flow and burning characteristics of 16-inch ram jet operating in a free jet at Mach numbers of 1.35 and 1.73; naca-rm-e51c16; May 1951

  86. Benson E. Gammon; Preliminary evaluation of the air and fuel specific-impulse characteristics of several potential ram-jet fuels II - magnesium and magnesium - octene-1 slurries; naca-rm-e51c23; May 1951

  87. Leonard K. Tower, Robert J. Branstetter; Combustion performance evaluation of magnesium-hydrocarbon slurry blends in a simulated tail-pipe burner; naca-rm-e51c26; May 1951

  88. James T. Dipiazza; Limits of flammability of pure hydrocarbon-air mixtures at reduced pressures and room temperature; naca-rm-e51c28; may 1951

  89. William H. Sterbentz, John C. Evvard; Criterions for prediction and control of ram-jet flow pulsations; naca-rm-e51c27; May 1951

  90. Robert W. Kahn, Shigeo Nakanishi, James L. Harp, Jr.; Altitude-test-chamber investigation of performance of a 28-inch ram-jet engine IV, effect of inlet-air temperature, combustion-chamber-inlet Mach number, and fuel volatility on combustion performance; naca-rm-e51d11; Jul 1951

  91. Donald J. Michel, Ambrose Ginsberg, John Mizisin; Experimental investigation of flow in the rotating passages of a 48-inch impeller at low tip speeds; naca-rm-e51d20; Jun 1951

  92. Walter T. Olson, Louis C. Gibbons; Status of combustion research on high-energy fuels for ram jets; naca-rm-e51d23; Oct 1951

  93. Fred D. Kochendorfer, Morris D. Rousso; Performance characteristics of aircraft cooling ejectors having short cylindrical shrouds; naca-rm-e51e01; May 1951

  94. Ralph E. Grey, H. G. Krull, A. F. Sargent; Altitude investigation of 16 flame-holder and fuel-system configurations in tail-pipe burner; naca-rm-e51e03; Dec 1951

  95. Gerald Morrell; Investigation of internal film cooling of 1000-pound-thrust liquid-ammonia - liquid-oxygen rocket-engine combustion chamber; naca-rm-e51e04; Jul 1951

  96. Robert T. Madden, Emil J. Kremzier; Data presentation of force characteristics of several engine-strut-body configurations at Mach numbers of 1.8 and 2.0; naca-rm-e51e29; Aug 1951

  97. Albert W. Hall, James M. McKay; Comparison of airfoil sections on two triangular-wing-fuselage configurations at transonic speeds from tests by the NACA wing-flow method; naca-rm-l51f01; Aug 1951

  98. Morris D. Rousso, Fred D. Kochendorfer; Velocity and temperature fields in circular jet expanding from choked nozzle into quiescent air; naca-rm-e51f18; Jul 1951

  99. Edgar M. Cortright, Jr., Albert H. Schroeder; Investigation at Mach number 1.91 of side and base pressure distributions over conical boattails without and with jet flow issuing from base; naca-rm-e51f26; Sep 1951

  100. Fred H. Goelzer, Edgar M. Cortright, Jr.; Investigation at Mach number 1.88 of half of a conical-spike diffuser mounted as a side inlet with boundary-layer control; naca-rm-e51g06; Sep 1951

  101. Clarence C. Gettelman, Lloyd N. Krause; Characteristics of a wedge with various holder configurations for static-pressure measurements in subsonic gas streams; naca-rm-e51g09; Sep 1951

  102. Leonard Rudlin; Preliminary results of a determination of temperatures of flames by means of K-band microwave attenuation; naca-rm-e51g20; Sep 1951

  103. E. Howard, R. W. Luidens, J. L. Allen; Force and pressure characteristics for a series of nose inlets at Mach numbers from 1.59 to 1.99 V : analysis and comparison on basis of ram-jet aircraft range and operational characteristics; naca-rm-e51g23; Sep 1951

  104. Eugene Perchonok, Fred Wilcox, Donald Pennington; Effect of angle of attack and exit nozzle design on the performance of a 16-inch ram jet at Mach numbers from 1.5 to 2.0; naca-rm-e51g26; Oct 1951

  105. Philip J. Evans, Jr.; Analytical investigation of ram-jet-engine performance in flight Mach number range from 3 to 7; naca-rm-e51h02; Oct 1951

  106. John R. Jack, Warren C. Burgess; Aerodynamics of slender bodies at Mach number of 3.12 and Reynolds numbers from 2 x 10(exp 6) to 15 x 10(exp 6) : body of revolution with near-parabolic forebody and cylindrical afterbody; naca-rm-e51h13; Nov 1951

  107. John R. Jack; Aerodynamic characteristics of a slender cone-cylinder body of revolution at a Mach number of 3.85; naca-rm-e51h17; Nov 1951

  108. Eugene D. Schult; Large-scale flight measurements of zero-lift drag at Mach numbers from 0.8 to 1.6 of a wing-body combination having an unswept 4.5 percent thick wing with modified hexagonal sections; naca-rm-l51a15; Mar 1951

  109. Paul E. Purser; Notes on low-lift buffeting and wing dropping at Mach numbers near 1; naca-rm-l51a30; Mar 1951

  110. Harold S. Johnson; Wind-tunnel investigation at subsonic and low transonic speeds of the effects of aileron span and spanwise location on the rolling characteristics of a test vehicle with three untapered 45 degree sweptback wings; naca-rm-l51b16; Apr 1951

  111. Norman F. Smith, Julian H. Kainer, Robert A. Webster; An investigation of a supersonic aircraft configuration having a tapered wing with circular-arc section and 40 degree sweepback : a pressure-distribution study of the aerodynamic characteristics of the wing at Mach number 1.40; naca-rm-l51c06; Apr 1951

  112. David G. Stone; Comparisons of the effectiveness and hinge moments of all-movable delta and flap-type controls on various wings; naca-rm-l51c22; Apr 1951

  113. William B. Pepper, Jr., Sherwood Hoffman; Comparison of zero-lift drags determined by flight tests at transonic speeds of symmetrically mounted nacelles in various spanwise positions on a 45 degrees sweptback wing and body combination; naca-rm-l51d06; May 1951

  114. Arvo A. Luoma; Aerodynamic characteristics of four wings of sweepback angles 0 degree, 35 degrees, 45 degrees, and 60 degrees, NACA 65A006 airfoil section, aspect ratio 4, and taper ratio 0.6 in combination with a fuselage at high subsonic Mach numbers and Mach num; naca-rm-l51d13; Jun 1951

  115. Charles H. McLellan, Mitchel H. Bertram, John A. Moore; An investigation of four wings of square plan form at a Mach number of 6.86 in the Langley 11-inch hypersonic tunnel; naca-rm-l51d17; Jun 1951

  116. H. Kurt Strass, E. M. Fields, Eugene D. Schult; Some effects of spanwise aileron location and wing structural rigidity on the rolling effectiveness of 0.3-chord flap-type ailerons on a tapered wing having 63 degrees sweepback at the leading edge and NACA 64A005; naca-rm-l51d18a; Jun 1951

  117. William M. Bland, Jr., Albert E. Dietz; Some effects of fuselage interference, wing interference, and sweepback on the damping in roll of untapered wings as determined by techniques employing rocket-propelled vehicles; naca-rm-l51d25; Oct 1951

  118. Edward F. Ulmann, Douglas R. Lord; An investigation of flow characteristics at Mach number 4.04 over 6- and 9-percent-thick; naca-rm-l51d30; Jul 1951

  119. Richard I. Sears, C. F. Merlet; Flight determination of drag and pressure recovery of a nose inlet of parabolic profile at Mach numbers from 0.8 to 1.7; naca-rm-l51e02; Oct 1951

  120. Paul E. Purser; Review of some recent data on buffet boundaries; naca-rm-l51e02a; May 1951

  121. John G. Lowry, Jones F. Cahill; Review of the maximum-lift characteristics of thin and swept wings; naca-rm-l51e03; Jun 1951

  122. Jacob Zarovsky; System analyses and autopilot design for automatic roll stabilization of a supersonic pilotless aircraft; naca-rm-l51e07; Jul 1951

  123. Mitchell Lopatoff; Wind-flow study of pressure-drag reduction at transonic speed by projecting a jet of air from the nose of a prolate spheroid of fineness ratio 6; naca-rm-l51e09; Oct 1951

  124. Joseph Weil, Edward C. Polhamus; Aerodynamic characteristics of wings designed for structural improvement; naca-rm-l51e10a; May 1951

  125. John P. Mayer, Clarence L. Gillis; Division of load among the wing, fuselage, and tail of aircraft; naca-rm-l51e14a; May 1951

  126. Clement J. Welsh, Carlos A. Demoraes; Results of flight tests to determine drag of parabolic and cone-cylinder bodies of very large fineness ratios at supersonic speeds; naca-rm-l51e18; Aug 1951

  127. Roger G. Hart; Flight investigation of the drag of round-nosed bodies of revolution at Mach numbers from 0.6 to 1.5 using rocket-propelled test vehicles; naca-rm-l51e25; Jul 1951

  128. Ira R. Schwartz; A preliminary investigation of combustion with rotating flow in an annular combustion chamber; naca-rm-l51e25a; Sep 1951

  129. Franklin W. Deiderich, W. Owen Latham; Calculated aerodynamic loadings of M, W, and delta wings in incompressible flow; naca-rm-l51e29; Aug 1951

  130. Robert W. Herr; Preliminary experimental investigation of flutter characteristics of M and W wings; naca-rm-l51e31; Aug 1951

  131. Donald L. Loving, Claude V. Williams; Basic pressure measurements on a fuselage and a 45 degrees sweptback wing-fuselage combination at transonic speeds in the slotted test section of the Langley 8-foot high-speed tunnel; naca-rm-l51f05; Sep 1951

  132. Vernard E. Lockwood, Joseph E. Fikes; Aerodynamic characteristics at transonic speeds of a tapered 45 degree sweptback wing of aspect ratio 3 having a full-span flap-type control; naca-rm-l51f06a; Aug 1951

  133. Donald L. Loving, Bruce B. Estabrooks; Transonic-wing investigation in the Langley 8-foot high-speed tunnel at high subsonic Mach numbers and at a Mach number of 1.2 : analysis of pressure distribution of wing-fuselage configuration having a wing of 45 degrees sweptback, aspect ratio 4, t; naca-rm-l51f07; Sep 1951

  134. Warren A. Tucker; A method for the design of sweptback wings warped to produce specified flight characteristics at supersonic speeds; naca-rm-l51f08; Sep 1951

  135. Ray H. Wright, Virgil S. Ritchie; Characteristics of a transonic test section with various slot shapes in the Langley 8-foot high-speed tunnel; naca-rm-l51h10; Oct 1951

  136. Claude E. Sanders, Jr.; Damping in roll of straight and 45 degree swept wings of various taper ratios determined at high subsonic, transonic, and supersonic speeds with rocket-powered models; naca-rm-l51h14; Oct 1951

  137. Charles F. Hall, John C. Heitmeyer; Lift, drag, and pitching moment of low-aspect-ratio wings at subsonic and supersonic speeds : twisted and cambered triangular wing of aspect ratio 2 with NACA 0003-63 thickness distribution; naca-rm-a51e01; Jun 1951

  138. James M. McKay, Albert W. Hall; The effects on the aerodynamic characteristics of reversing the wing of a triangular wing-body combination at transonic speeds as determined by the NACA wing-flow method; naca-rm-l51h23; Oct 1951

  139. William C. Moseley, Jr., James M. Watson; Investigation of wing-tip ailerons on a 51.3 degrees sweptback wing at transonic speeds by the transonic-bump method; naca-rm-l51h27; Nov 1951

  140. Ralph P. Bielat, Daniel E. Harrison, Domenic A. Coppolino; An investigation at transonic speeds of the effects of thickness ratio and of thickened root sections on the aerodynamic characteristics of wings with 47 degrees sweepback, aspect ratio 3.5, and taper ratio 0.2 in the slotted test section of the Lang; naca-rm-l51i04a; Oct 1951

  141. Byron M. Jaquet, M. J. Queijo; Low-speed wind-tunnel investigation of lateral control characteristics of a 60 degrees triangular-wing model having half-delta tip controls; naca-rm-l51i10; Nov 1951

  142. Milton D. Humphreys; Pressure pulsations on rigid airfoils at transonic speeds; naca-rm-l51i12; Dec 1951

  143. William C. Martz, James D. Church, John W. Goslee; Free-flight investigation to determine force and hinge-moment characteristics at zero angle of attack of a 60 degrees sweptback half-delta tip control on a 60 degrees sweptback delta wing at Mach numbers between 0.68 and 1.44; naca-rm-l51i14; Dec 1951

  144. Benson E. Gammon; Preliminary evaluation of the air and fuel specific-impulse characteristics of several potential ram-jet fuels IV - hydrogen, a-methylnaphthalene, and carbon; naca-rm-e51f05; Aug 1951

  145. Robert W. Rainey; Langley 9-inch supersonic tunnel tests of several modifications of a supersonic missile having tandem cruciform lifting surfaces : three-component data results of models having ratios of wing span to tail span equal to 1; naca-rm-l9l30; Mar 1951

  146. Lionel L. Levy, Jr., Earl D. Knechtel; Experimental study of the effect of sweepback on transonic aileron flutter; naca-rm-a51e04; Sep 1951

  147. E. Ray Phelps, Frank A. Lazzeroni; Wind-tunnel investigation of the aerodynamic characteristics of a one-fifteenth-scale model of the Northrop MX-775A missile; naca-rm-a51e28; Oct 1951

  148. Earl C. Watson; Some low-speed characteristics of an air-induction system having scoop-type inlets with provisions for boundary-layer control; naca-rm-a51f15; Aug 1951

  149. Howard F. Matthews, Elwood C. Stewart; A comparison of the calculated maximum-maneuver response characteristics of three air-to-air, beam-rider, guided missiles having different lift ratios; naca-rm-a51f18; Sep 1951

  150. Edward W. Perkins, Forrest E. Gowen, Leland H. Jorgensen; Aerodynamic characteristics of the NACA RM-10 research missile in the Ames 1- by 3- foot supersonic wind tunnel no. 2 : pressure and force measurements at Mach numbers of 1.52 and 1.98; naca-rm-a51g13; Sep 1951

  151. Edward J. Hopkins, Hubert C. Carel; Experimental and theoretical study of the effects of body size on the aerodynamic characteristics of an aspect ratio 3.0 wing-body combination; naca-rm-a51g24; Oct 1951

  152. William C. Triplett, G. Allan Smith; Longitudinal frequency-response characteristics of a 35 degree swept-wing airplane as determined from flight measurements, including a method for the evaluation of transfer functions; naca-rm-a51g27; Sep 1951

  153. John C. Heitmeyer; Lift, drag, and pitching moment of low-aspect-ratio wings at subsonic and supersonic speeds : plane triangular wing of aspect ratio 3 with NACA 0003-63 section; naca-rm-a51h02; Sep 1951

  154. John C. Heitmeyer; Lift, drag, and pitching moment of low-aspect-ratio wings at subsonic and supersonic speeds : plane 45 degree swept-back wing of aspect ratio 3, taper ratio 0.4 with 3-percent- thick, biconvex section; naca-rm-a51h10; Sep 1951

  155. Maurice D. White, Bonne C. Look; Load distribution over a fuselage in combination with a swept wing at small angles of attack and transonic speeds; naca-rm-a51h15; Nov 1951

  156. James Selna, Bernard A. Schlaff; An investigation of the drag and pressure recovery of a submerged inlet and a nose inlet in the transonic flight range with free-fall models; naca-rm-a51h20; Dec 1951

  157. John C. Heitmeyer; Lift, drag, and pitching moment of low-aspect-ratio wings at subsonic and supersonic speeds : body of revolution; naca-rm-a51h22; Oct 1951

  158. Jack D. Stephenson, Ralph Selan; The static longitudinal characteristics at Mach numbers up to 0.95 of a triangular-wing canard model having a triangular control; naca-rm-a51i07; Dec 1951

  159. W. C. Hugli, Jr., W. C. Axt; Hydrodynamic investigation of a series of hull models suitable for small flying boats and amphibians; naca-tn-2503; November, 1953

  160. Joseph W. Cleary, George L. Stevens; The effects at transonic speeds of thickening the trailing edge of a wing with a 4-percent-thick circular-arc airfoil; naca-rm-a51j11; Dec 1951

  161. Hardrath, Herbert F Ohman, Lachlan; A study of elastic and plastic stress concentration factors due to notches and fillets in flat plates; naca-tn-2566; December 1951

  162. Alvin Seiff, Carl A Sandahl; The effect of nose shape on the drag of bodies of revolution at zero angle of attack; naca-rm-a51j25; Nov 1951

  163. Morris W. Rubesin, Charles B. Rumsey, Steven A. Varga; A summary of available knowledge concerning skin friction and heat transfer and its application to the design of high-speed missiles; naca-rm-a51j25a; Nov 1951

  164. Richard Scherrer, David H. Dennis; Lateral control characteristics and dihedral effect of a wing-body combination with a variable incidence triangular wing and wing-tip ailerons at a Mach number of 1.52; naca-rm-a50h10; Jan 1951

  165. E. Ray Phelps; A comparison of the experimental and theoretical loading over triangular wings at supersonic speeds; naca-rm-a50j17; Jan 1953

  166. Duberg, John E Wilder, Thomas W , III; Inelastic column behavior; naca-tn-2267; 1951

  167. Fred B. Sutton, Andrew Martin; Aerodynamic characteristics including pressure distribution of a fuselage and three combinations of the fuselage with swept-back wings at high subsonic speeds; naca-rm-a50j26a; Feb 1951

  168. Robert N. Olson, Merrill H. Mead; Aerodynamic study of a wing-fuselage combination employing a wing swept back 63 degrees : effectiveness at supersonic speeds of a 30-percent chord, 50-percent semispan elevon as a lateral control device; naca-rm-a50k07; Jan 1951

  169. Donald W. Smith, John C. Heitmeyer; Lift, drag, and pitching moment of low-aspect-ratio wings at subsonic and supersonic speeds : plane triangular wing of aspect ratio 2 with NACA 0005-63 section; naca-rm-a50k21; Feb 1951

  170. John C. Heitmeyer, Jack D. Stephenson; Lift, drag, and pitching moment of low-aspect-ratio wings at subsonic and supersonic speeds : plane triangular wing of aspect ratio 4 with NACA 0005-63 section; naca-rm-a50k24; Feb 1951

  171. John C. Heitmeyer, Willard G. Smith; Lift, drag, and pitching moment of low-aspect-ratio wings at subsonic and supersonic speeds : plane triangular wing of aspect ratio 2 with NACA 0003-63 section; naca-rm-a50k24a; Feb 1951

  172. E. Ray Phelps, Willard G. Smith; Lift, drag, and pitching moment of low-aspect-ratio wings at subsonic and supersonic speeds : triangular wing of aspect ratio 4 with NACA 0005-63 thickness distribution, cambered and twisted for trapezoidal span load distribution; naca-rm-a50k24b; Feb 1951

  173. Willard G. Smith, E. Ray Phelps; Lift, drag, and pitching moment of low-aspect-ratio wings at subsonic and supersonic speeds - triangular wing of aspect ratio 2 with NACA 0005-63 thickness distribution, cambered and twisted for a trapezoidal span load distribution; naca-rm-a50k27a; Feb 1951

  174. David E. Reese, E. Ray Phelps; Lift, drag, and pitching moment of low-aspect-ratio wings at subsonic and supersonic speeds : plane tapered wing of aspect ratio 3.1 with 3-percent-thick, biconvex section; naca-rm-a50k28; Jan 1951

  175. Julian H. Allen, Edward W. Perkins; Characteristics of flow over inclined bodies of revolution; naca-rm-a50l07; Mar 1951

  176. Richard Scherrer, David H. Dennis; Damping in a roll of a missile configuration with a modified triangular wing and a cruciform tail at a Mach number of 1.52; naca-rm-a51a03; Mar 1951

  177. John F. Stroud, Warren E. Anderson; Preliminary data on the effect of body-nose bluntness on the drag and pressure recovery of a side-inlet-body combination at Mach numbers of 1.4 and 1.7; naca-rm-a51a09; Apr 1951

  178. Richard J. Spahr, Robert A. Robinson; Wind-tunnel investigation at Mach numbers of 1.5 and 2.0 of a canard missile configuration; naca-rm-a51c08; May 1951

  179. George B. Brajnikoff, Arthur W. Rogers; Characteristics of four nose inlets as measured at Mach numbers between 1.4 and 2.0; naca-rm-a51c12; Jun 1951

  180. John W. Boyd; A comparison of the experimental and theoretical loading over triangular wings in sideslip at supersonic speeds; naca-rm-a51c13; May 1951

  181. John C. Heitmeyer; Lift, drag, and pitching moment of low-aspect-ratio wings at subsonic and supersonic speeds : plane triangular wing of aspect ratio 4 with 3-percent-thick, biconvex section; naca-rm-a51d30; Jun 1951

  182. Carpenter, Paul J; Effects of compressibility on the performance of two full-scale helicopter rotors; naca-tn-2277; 1951

  183. George B. McCullough, Donald E. Gault; Examples of Three representative types of airfoil section stall at low speeds; naca-tn-2502; September 1951

  184. Robert W. Rainey; Langley 9-inch supersonic tunnel tests of several modifications of a supersonic missile; naca-rm-l50i29a; Mar 1951

  185. Norman S. Silsby, James M. McKay; Contributions of wing, tail, and fuselage to the aerodynamic characteristics of a semispan model of a supersonic airplane configuration at transonic speeds from tests by the NACA wing-flow method; naca-rm-l51e01; Jul 1951

  186. Michael F. Valerino, Ronald B. Doyle; Method for determining pressure drop of monatomic gases flowing in turbulent motion through constant-area passages with simultaneous friction and heat addition; naca-tn-2328; Apr 1951

  187. Franklin W. Diederich; Charts and tables for use in calculations of downwash of wings of arbitrary plan form; naca-tn-2353; May 1951

  188. Alois T. Sutor, Morris A. Zipkin; Method of matching components and predicting performance of turbine-propeller engine; naca-tn-2450; Sep 1951

  189. I. Flugge-Lotz; Mathematical improvement of method for computing Poisson integrals involved in determination of velocity distribution on airfoils; naca-tn-2451; Oct 1951

  190. I. D. Eaton, Marshall Holt; Flexural fatigue strengths of riveted box beams - Alclad 14S-T6, Alclad 75S-T6, and various tempers of Alclad 24S; naca-tn-2452; Nov 1951

  191. Robert F. Smiley; An experimental study of water-pressure distributions during landings and planing of a heavily loaded rectangular flat-plate model; naca-tn-2453; Sep 1951

  192. James C. Sivells, Rachel M. Salmi; Jet-boundary corrections for complete and semispan swept wings in closed circular wind tunnels; naca-tn-2454; Sep 1951

  193. Chung-Hua Wu, Curtis A. Brown; A method of designing turbomachine blades with a desirable thickness distribution for compressible flow along an arbitrary stream filament of revolution; naca-tn-2455; Sep 1951

  194. Michael Behun, Harrison C. Chandler, Jr.; Analytical method for determining performance of turbojet-engine tail-pipe heat exchangers; naca-tn-2456; Sep 1951

  195. Charles E. Watkins; Air forces and moments on triangular and related wings with subsonic leading edges oscillating in supersonic potential flow; naca-tn-2457; Sep 1951

  196. Rinaldo J. Brun, Joseph Levine, Kenneth S. Kleinknecht; An instrument employing a coronal discharge for the determination of droplet-size distribution in clouds; naca-tn-2458; Sep 1951

  197. Erva C. Levine, Marshall B. Peterson; Formation of sulfide films on steel and effect of such films on static friction; naca-tn-2460; Sep 1951

  198. H. J. Cunningham; Analysis of pure-bending flutter of a cantilever swept wing and its relation to bending-torsion flutter; naca-tn-2461; Sep 1951

  199. Martin R. Kinsler; Influence of refraction on the applicability of the Zehnder-Mach interferometer to studies of cooled boundary layers; naca-tn-2462; Sep 1951

  200. William J. Bursnall, Lawrence K. Loftin, Jr.; Experimental investigation of the pressure distribution about a yawed circular cylinder in the critical Reynolds number range; naca-tn-2463; Sep 1951

  201. Gaylord O. Ellis, John D. Stanitz, Leonard J. Sheldrake; Two axial-symmetry solutions for incompressible flow through a centrifugal compressor with and without inducer vanes; naca-tn-2464; Sep 1951

  202. Edmund E. Callaghan, Robert S. Ruggeri; A general correlation of temperature profiles downstream of a heated-air jet directed perpendicularly to an air stream; naca-tn-2466; Sep 1951

  203. Chieh-Chien Chang; The aerodynamic behavior of a harmonically oscillating finite sweptback wing in supersonic flow; naca-tn-2467; Oct 1951

  204. John J. Harper; Investigation at low speed of 45 degrees and 60 degrees sweptback, tapered, low-drag wings equipped with various types of full-span, trailing-edge flaps; naca-tn-2468; Oct 1951

  205. J. W. Freeman, E. E. Reynolds, A. E. White; Rupture properties of low carbon N-155 type alloys made with a columbium-tantalum ferro-alloy; naca-tn-2469; Oct 1951

  206. Ordway B. Gates, Jr., Leonard Sternfield; Effect of an autopilot sensitive to yawing velocity on the lateral stability of a typical high-speed airplane; naca-tn-2470; Sep 1951

  207. Franklin K. Moore; Unsteady laminar boundary-layer flow; naca-tn-2471; Sep 1951

  208. D. N. Frey, J. W. Freeman, A. E. White; Fundamental effects of cold-working on creep properties of low-carbon N-155 alloy; naca-tn-2472; Oct 1051

  209. H. W. Liepmann, J. Laufer, Kate Liepmann; On the spectrum of isotropic turbulence; naca-tn-2473; Nov 1951

  210. Walter Castles, Jr., Robin B. Gray; Empirical relation between induced velocity, thrust, and rate of descent of a helicopter rotor as determined by wind-tunnel tests on four model rotors; naca-tn-2474; Oct 1951

  211. Norman R. Bergrun; An empirical method permitting rapid determination of the area, rate, and distribution of water-drop impingement on an airfoil of arbitrary section at subsonic speeds; naca-tn-2476; Sep 1951

  212. James H. Walls; Investigation of the air-compression process during drop tests of an oleo-pneumatic landing gear; naca-tn-2477; Sep 1951

  213. Kennedy F. Rubert, Jerome Persh; A procedure for calculating the development of turbulent boundary layers under the influence of adverse pressure gradients; naca-tn-2478; Sep 1951

  214. W. Byron Brown, Patrick L. Donoughe; Tables of exact laminar-boundary-layer solutions when the wall is porous and fluid properties are variable; naca-tn-2479; Sep 1951

  215. Thomas F. Gelder, James P. Lewis; Comparison of heat transfer from airfoil in natural and simulated icing conditions; naca-tn-2480; Sep 1951

  216. Marvin Schulderfrei, Paul Comisarow, Kenneth W. Goodson; Stability and control characteristics of a complete airplane model having a wing with quarter-chord line swept back 40 degrees, aspect ratio 2.50, and taper ratio 0.42; naca-tn-2482; Dec 1951

  217. John D. Bird, Byron M. Jaquet, John W. Cowan; Effect of fuselage and tail surfaces on low-speed yawing characteristics of a swept-wing model as determined in curved-flow test section of Langley stability tunnel; naca-tn-2483; Oct 1951

  218. Stanley H. Scher; Pilot escape from spinning airplanes as determined from free-spinning-tunnel tests; naca-tn-2485; Oct 1951

  219. Robert R. Morrissette, Lester F. Oborny; Theoretical characteristics of two-dimensional supersonic control surfaces; naca-tn-2486; Oct 1951

  220. Harvey H. Brown; Flight investigation of some factors affecting the critical tail loads on large airplanes; naca-tn-2490; Sep 1951

  221. William G. Lidman, H. J. Hamjian; Kinetics of sintering chromium carbide; naca-tn-2491; Aug 1951

  222. Chung-Hua Wu, Eleanor L. Costilow; A method of solving the direct and inverse problem of supersonic flow along arbitrary stream filaments of revolution in turbomachines; naca-tn-2492; Sep 1951

  223. H. J. Reissner, L. Meyerhoff; Analysis of an axial compressor stage with infinitesimal and finite blade spacing; naca-tn-2493; Oct 1951

  224. Herbert C. Nelson; Lift and moment on oscillating triangular and related wings with supersonic edges; naca-tn-2494; Sep 1951

  225. John J. Harper; Wind-tunnel investigation of effects of various aerodynamic balance shapes and sweepback on control-surface characteristics of semispan tail surfaces with NACA 0009, 0015, 66-009, 66(215)-014, and circular-arc airfoil sections; naca-tn-2495; Oct 1951

  226. Harvard Lomax, Max A. Heaslet; Generalized conical-flow fields in supersonic wing theory; naca-tn-2497; Sep 1951

  227. Harry Press, Herbert C. McClanahan, Jr.; Flight investigation of the effect of atmospheric turbulence on the climb performance of an airplane; naca-tn-2498; Oct 1051

  228. E. B. Klunker, F. Edward McLean; Laminar friction and heat transfer at Mach numbers from 1 to 10; naca-tn-2499; Oct 1951

  229. Altman, John M Hayter, Nora-Lee F; A comparison of the turbulent boundary-layer growth on an unswept and a swept wing; naca-tn-2500; September 1951

  230. Sinnette, John T Costello, George R Cummings, Robert L; Expressions for measuring the accuracy of approximate solutions to compressible flow through cascades of blades with examples of use; naca-tn-2501; October 1951

  231. Goodman, Alex; Effects of wing position and horizontal-tail position on the static stability characteristics of models with unswept and 45 degree sweptback surfaces with some reference to mutual interference; naca-tn-2504; October 1951

  232. Shen, S F (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Lin, C C (Massachusetts Institute of Technology); On the attached curved shock in front of a sharp-nosed axially symmetrical body placed in a uniform stream; naca-tn-2505; October 1951

  233. Lin, C C (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Shen, S F (Massachusetts Institute of Technology); An analytic determination of the flow behind a symmetrical curved shock; naca-tn-2506; October 1951

  234. Dubois, G B (Cornell University) Mabie, H H (Cornell University) Ocvirk, F W (Cornell University); Experimental investigation of oil film pressure distribution for misaligned plain bearings; naca-tn-2507; October 1951

  235. Benson, James M Havens, Robert F Woodward, David R; Landing characteristics in waves of three dynamic models of flying boats; naca-tn-2508; 1952

  236. Lawrence, Leslie F Schmidt, Stanley F Looschen, Floyd W; A self-synchronizing stroboscopic Schlieren system for the study of unsteady air flows; naca-tn-2509; October 1951

  237. Hacker, Paul T; Experimental values of the surface tension of supercooled water; naca-tn-2510; October 1951

  238. Braun, W H Klein, M M; Calculation of higher approximations for two-dimensional compressible flow by a simplified iteration process; naca-tn-2511; October 1951

  239. Hoffman, C A Robards, C F; Effects of some solution treatments followed by an aging treatment on the life of small cast gas-turbine blades of a cobalt-chromium-base alloy II : effect of selected combinations of soaking time, temperature, and cooling rate; naca-tn-2513; October 1951

  240. Hubka, Ralph E Dow, Norris F Seide, Paul; Relative structural efficiencies of flat balsa-core sandwich and stiffened-panel construction; naca-tn-2514; October 1951

  241. Ferri, Antonio; The linearized characteristics method and its application to practical nonlinear supersonic problems; naca-tn-2515; October 1951

  242. SCHWOPE A D (Battelle Memorial Institute) Jackson, L R (Battelle Memorial Institute); A survey of creep in metals; naca-tn-2516; November 1951

  243. Boetler, L M K (University of California) Young, G (University of California) Greenfield, M L (University of California) Sanders, V D (University of California) Morgan, M (University of California); An investigation of aircraft heaters XXXVII : experimental determination of thermal and hydrodynamical behavior of air flowing along a flat plate containing turbulence promotors; naca-tn-2517; October 1951

  244. Burgess, Warren C , Jr Seashore, Ferris L; Criterions for condensation-free flow in supersonic tunnels; naca-tn-2518; December 1951

  245. Krause, Lloyd N; Effects of pressure-rake design parameters on static-pressure measurement for rakes used in subsonic free jets; naca-tn-2520; October 1951

  246. Moore, Franklin K; Laminar boundary layer on a circular cone in supersonic flow at a small angle of attack; naca-tn-2521; October 1951

  247. Smith, Earl F; A graphical method for plotting amplitude and phase angle of transfer functions of dynamic systems without factoring polynomials; naca-tn-2522; November 1951

  248. Mcandrew, Joseph B (Armour Research Foundation) Colner, William H (Armour Research Foundation) Francis, Howard T (Armour Research Foundation); Rotogenerative detection of corrosion currents; naca-tn-2523; November 1951

  249. Boelter, L M K (University of California) Sanders, V D (University of California) Romie, F E (University of California); An investigation of aircraft heaters XXXVIII : determination of thermal performance of rectangular- and trapezoidal-shaped inner-skin passages for anti-icing systems; naca-tn-2524; November 1951

  250. Gadeberg, Burnett L; The effect of rate of change of angle of attack on the maximum lift coefficient of a pursuit airplane; naca-tn-2525; October 1951

  251. Pinkel, I Irving; Determination of ram-jet combustion-chamber temperatures by means of total-pressure surveys; naca-tn-2526; December 1951

  252. Ivey, H Reese Harder, Keith C; A velocity-correction formula for the calculation of transonic mach number distributions over diamond-shaped airfoils; naca-tn-2527; November 1951

  253. Yaggy, Paul F; A method for predicting the upwash angles induced at the propeller plane of a combination of bodies with an upswept wing; naca-tn-2528; October 1951

  254. Benscoter, Stanley Urner (California Institute of Technology); Secondary stresses in thin-walled beams with closed cross sections; naca-tn-2529; October 1951

  255. Russell, Walter R Gracey, William Letko, William Fournier, Paul G; Wind-tunnel investigation of six shielded total-pressure tubes at high angles of attack subsonic speeds; naca-tn-2530; November 1951

  256. Low, George M; Simplified method for calculation of compressible laminar boundary with arbitrary free-stream pressure gradient; naca-tn-2531; October 1951

  257. Dorsch, Robert G Boyd, Bemrose; X-ray diffraction study of the internal structure of supercooled water; naca-tn-2532; October 1951

  258. Halfman, Robert L (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Johnson, H C (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Haley, S M (Massachusetts Institute of Technology); Evaluation of high-angle attack aerodynamic-derivative data and stall-flutter prediction techniques; naca-tn-2533; November 1951

  259. Goodman, Alex Wolhart, Walter D; Experimental investigation of the low-speed static and yawing stability characteristics of a 45 degrees sweptback high-wing configuration with various twin vertical wing fins; naca-tn-2534; November 1951

  260. Fuller, Franklyn B Briggs, Benjamin R; Minimum wave drag of bodies of revolution with a cylindrical center section; naca-tn-2535; October 1951

  261. Johnson, Aldie E , Jr Buchert, Kenneth P; Critical combinations of bending, shear, and transverse compressive stresses for buckling of infinitely long flat plates; naca-tn-2536; December 1951

  262. Walker, Richard (Iowa State College); Heat capacity lag in gases; naca-tn-2537; November 1951

  263. Hess, W F (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute) Wyant, R A (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute) Winsor, F J (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute) Nash, R R (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute); Mechanical and corrosion tests of spot-welded aluminum alloys; naca-tn-2538; December 1951

  264. Wang, Chi-Teh (New York University) Chou, Pei-Chi (New York University); Application of variational methods to transonic flows with shock waves; naca-tn-2539; November 1951

  265. Serbin, H (Purdue University) Costilow, E L (Purdue University); Application of response function to calculation of flutter characteristics of a wing carrying concentrated masses; naca-tn-2540; November 1951

  266. Lin, C C (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Shen, S F (Massachusetts Institute of Technology); Studies on von Karman's similarity theory and its extension to compressible flows : a critical examination of similarity theory for incompressible flows; naca-tn-2541; November 1951

  267. Lin, C C (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Shen, S F (Massachusetts Institute of Technology); Studies of von Karman's similarity theory and its extension to compressible flows : a similarity theory for turbulent boundary layer over a flat plate in compressible flow; naca-tn-2542; November 1951

  268. Shen, S F; Studies of von Karman's similarity theory and its extension to compressible flow : investigation of turbulent boundary layer over a flat plate in compressible flow by the similarity theory; naca-tn-2543; November 1951

  269. Dayton, R W (Battelle Memorial Institute) Simons, E M (Battelle Memorial Institute); The hydrodynamic lubrication of cyclically loaded bearings; naca-tn-2544; November 1951

  270. Dayton, R W (Battelle Memorial Institute) Simons, E M (Battelle Memorial Institute) Fend, F A (Battelle Memorial Institute); Discrepancies between theoretical and observed behavior of cyclically loaded bearings; naca-tn-2545; November 1951

  271. Johnston, Herrick L (Ohio State University) Mattox, Robert W (Ohio State University) Powers, Robert W (Ohio State University); Viscosities of air and nitrogen at low pressures; naca-tn-2546; November 1951

  272. Ehlers, F Edwards (Brown University) Cohen, Hirsh G (Brown University); An investigation by the hodograph method of flow through a symmetrical nozzle with locally supersonic regions; naca-tn-2547; November 1951

  273. Adams, Mac C; Determination of shapes of boattail bodies of revolution for minimum wave drag; naca-tn-2550; November 1951

  274. Runyan, Harry, L; Effect of various parameters including Mach number on the single-degree-of-freedom flutter of a control surface in potential flow; naca-tn-2551; December 1951

  275. Henderson, Arthur, Jr; Pitching-moment derivatives Cmq and Cma at supersonic speeds for a slender-delta-wing and slender-body combination and approximate solutions for broad-delta-wing and slender-body combinations; naca-tn-2553; December 1951

  276. Lomax, Harvard Byrd, Paul F; Theoretical aerodynamic characteristics of a family of slender wing-tail-body combinations; naca-tn-2554; November 1951

  277. Brewer, Jack D Fisher, Lewis R; Effect of taper ratio on the low-speed rolling stability derivatives of swept and unswept wings of aspect ratio 2.61; naca-tn-2555; November 1951

  278. Serijan, K T Goodman, I A Yankauskas, W J; Infrared spectra of 59 dicyclic hydrocarbons; naca-tn-2557; November 1951

  279. Woolston, Donald S Castile, George E; Some effects of variations in several parameters including fluid density on the flutter speed of light uniform cantilever wings; naca-tn-2558; December 1951

  280. Stever, Guyford H (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Rathbun, Kenneth C (Massachusetts Institute of Technology); Theoretical and experimental investigation of condensation of air in hypersonic wind tunnels; naca-tn-2559; November 1951

  281. Mazelsky, Bernard; Numerical determination of indicial lift of a two-dimensional sinking airfoil at subsonic Mach numbers from oscillatory lift coefficients with calculations for Mach number 0.7; naca-tn-2562; December 1951

  282. Cole, Henry A (University of Washington) Ganzer, Victor M (University of Washington); Experimental investigations of rolling performance of straight and sweptback flexible wings with various ailerons; naca-tn-2563; December 1951

  283. Seidl, R J (Forest Products Laboratory) Fahey, D J (Forest Products Laboratory); Properties of honeycomb cores as affected by fiber type, fiber orientation, resin type, and amount; naca-tn-2564; November 1951

  284. Gates, Ordway B , Jr; A theoretical analysis of the effects of several auxiliary damping devices on the lateral stability and controllability of a high-speed aircraft; naca-tn-2565; December 1951

  285. Lin, T C (University of California) Schaaf, S A (University of California); Effect of slip on flow near a stagnation point and in a boundary layer; naca-tn-2568; December 1951

  286. Hacker, Paul T Dorsch, Robert G; A summary of meteorological conditions associated with aircraft icing and a proposed method of selecting design criterions for ice-protection equipment; naca-tn-2569; November 1951

  287. Bidwell, Jerold M; Application of the Von Karman momentum theorem to turbulent boundary layers; naca-tn-2571; December 1951

  288. Pitts, Joseph W (National Bureau of Standards) MOORE DWIGHT G (National Bureau of Standards); Ceramic coatings for prevention of carbon absorption in four heat-resistant alloys; naca-tn-2572; December 1951

  289. Kundu, D N (Ohio State University) Boyle, F G (Ohio State University) Pool, M L (Ohio State University); Development of auxiliary cyclotron equipment for using tritium as bombarding particles in a cyclotron; naca-tn-2573; December 1951

  290. Phillips, William H; Theoretical analysis of some simple types of acceleration restrictors; naca-tn-2574; December 1951

  291. Funk, Jack Binckley, Earle T; A flight investigation of the effect of center-of-gravity location on gust loads; naca-tn-2575; December 1951

  292. Johnson, Aldie E , Jr Batdorf, S B; A study of slip formation in polycrystalline aluminum; naca-tn-2576; December 1951

  293. Smaus, Louis, H Gore, Marvin R Waugh, Merle G; A comparison of predicted and experimentally determined longitudinal dynamic responses of a stabilized airplane; naca-tn-2578; December 1951

  294. Eggers, A J , Jr Savin, Raymond C; Approximate methods for calculating the flow about nonlifting bodies of revolution at high supersonic airspeeds; naca-tn-2579; December 1951

  295. Weltmann, Ruth N Kuhns, Perry W; An analysis of an x-ray absorption method for measurement of high gas temperatures; naca-tn-2580; December 1951

  296. Yen, Kuo Tai (Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn) Gunturkun, Sadettin (Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn); Deflections of a simply supported rectangular sandwich plate subjected to transverse loads; naca-tn-2581; December 1951

  297. Smiley, Robert F; A semiempirical procedure for computing the water-pressure distribution on flat and v-bottom prismatic surfaces during impact or planing; naca-tn-2583; December 1951

  298. Prian, Vasily D Michel, Donald J; An analysis of flow in rotating passage of large radial-inlet centrifugal compressor at tip speed of 700 feet per second; naca-tn-2584; December 1951

  299. Wolhart, Walter D; Influence of wing and fuselage on the vertical-tail contribution to the low-speed rolling derivatives of midwing airplane models with 45 degree sweptback surfaces; naca-tn-2587; December 1951

  300. Voit, Charles H Thomson, Arthur R; An analytical investigation using aerodynamic limitations of several designs of high stage pressure ratio multistage compressors; naca-tn-2589; December 1951

  301. Moskowitz, Barry Maslen, Stephen H; Experimental pressure distributions over two wing-body combinations at Mach number 1.9; naca-rm-e50j09; February 05, 1951

  302. Farley, John M Prince, William R; Turbine performance characteristics of a python turbine-propeller engine investigated in altitude wind tunnel; naca-rm-e50j12; May 1951

  303. Wu, Chung-Hua; Survey of available information on internal flow losses through axial turbomachines; naca-rm-e50j13; January 26, 1951

  304. Shillito, Thomas B Younger, George G Henzel, James G , Jr; Altitude-test-chamber investigation of performance of a 28-inch ram-jet engine III : combustion and operational performance of three flame holders with a center pilot burner; naca-rm-e50j20; February 06, 1951

  305. Esenwein, Fred T Valerino, Alfred S; Force and pressure characteristics for a series of nose inlets at Mach numbers from 1.59 to 1.99 I : conical spike all-external compression inlet with subsonic cowl lip; naca-rm-e50j26; January 19, 1951

  306. Obery, L J Englert, G W; Force and pressure characteristics for a series of nose inlets at Mach numbers from 1.59 to 1.99 II : isentropic-spike all-external compression inlet; naca-rm-e50j26a; February 09, 1951

  307. Weinstein, Maynard I Davids, Joseph; Force and pressure characteristics for a series of nose inlets at Mach numbers from 1.59 to 1.99 III : conical-spike all-external-compression inlet with supersonic cowl lip; naca-rm-e50j30; February 14, 1951

  308. Fleming, W A Conrad, E William Young, A W; Experimental investigation of tail-pipe-burner design variables; naca-rm-e50k22; March 05, 1951

  309. Nussdorfer, T Wilcox, F Perchonok, E; Investigation at zero angle of attack of a 16-inch ram jet engine in 8- by 6-foot supersonic; naca-rm-e50l04; March 02, 1951

  310. Jaffe, Leonard Coss, Bert A Daykin, Donald R; An electromagnetic flowmeter for rocket research; naca-rm-e50l12; March 06, 1951

  311. Rabb, Leonard North, Warren J; Free-flight performance of 16-inch diameter supersonic ram-jet units IV : performance of ram-jet units designed for combustion chamber inlet Mach number of 0.21 at free-stream Mach number of 1.6 over a range flight conditions; naca-rm-e50l18; February 26, 1951

  312. Wilcox, Ward W Robbins, William H; Design and performance of an experimental axial-discharge mixed-flow compressor II : over-all performance of impeller and supersonic-diffuser combination; naca-rm-e51a02; April 30, 1951

  313. Gerstein, Melvin Wong, Edgar L Levine, Oscar; Flame velocities of four alkylsilanes; naca-rm-e51a08; March 09, 1951

  314. Foster, Hampton H; Ignition-energy requirements in a single tubular combustor; naca-rm-e51a24; March 27, 1951

  315. Branstetter, J Robert Lord, Albert M Gerstein, Melvin; Combustion properties of aluminum as ram-jet fuel; naca-rm-e51b02; March 28, 1951

  316. Madden, Robert T Kremzier, Emil; Force and pressure characteristics for a series of nose inlets at Mach numbers from 1.59 to 1.99 IV : conical-spike external-internal compression inlet utilizing perforated cowl; naca-rm-e51b05; March 28, 1951

  317. Sibulkin, Merwin; Theoretical and experimental investigation of additive drag; naca-rm-e51b13; May 21, 1951

  318. Mccafferty, Richard J; Liquid-fuel-distribution and fuel-state effects on combustion performance of a single tubular combustor; naca-rm-e51b21; May 1951

  319. Gordon, Sanford Huff, Vearl N; Theoretical performance of lithium and fluorine as a rocket propellant; naca-rm-e51c01; May 10, 1951

  320. Fox, Jerome L; Preliminary investigation of Helmholtz resonators for damping pressure fluctuations in 3.6-inch ram jet at Mach number 1.90; naca-rm-e51c05; May 22, 1951

  321. Eckert, E R G Kinsler, Martin R Cochran, Reeves B; Wire cloth as porous material for transpiration-cooled walls; naca-rm-e51h23; November 13, 1951

  322. Ordin, Paul M Douglass, Howard W Rowe, William H; Investigation of the liquid fluorine-liquid diborane propellant combination in a 100-pound-thrust rocket engine; naca-rm-e51i04; November 30, 1951

  323. Cortright, Edgar M , Jr; Preliminary investigation of a translating cowl technique for improving take-off performance of a sharp-lip supersonic diffuser; naca-rm-e51i24; November 28, 1951

  324. Levine, Oscar Gerstein, Melvin; Fundamental flame velocities of pure hydrocarbons III : extension of tube method of high flame velocities - acetylene-air mixtures; naca-rm-e51j05; December 03, 1951

  325. Moeckel, W E Evans, P J , Jr; Preliminary investigation of use of conical flow separation for efficient supersonic diffusion; naca-rm-e51j08; December 17, 1951

  326. Belles, Frank E Simon, Dorothy M; Variation of the pressure limits of flame propagation with tube diameter for propane-air mixtures; naca-rm-e51j09; December 05, 1951

  327. Swett, Clyde C , Jr; Spark ignition of flowing gases II : effect of electrode parameters on energy required to ignite a propane-air mixture; naca-rm-e51j12; December 18, 1951

  328. Foster, Hampton H; Effect of spark repetition rate on the ignition limits of a single tubular combustor /Hampton H. Foster; naca-rm-e51j18; December 06, 1951

  329. Callaghan, Edmund E Coles, Willard D; Experimental investigation of effect of jet exit configuration on thrust and drag; naca-rm-e51j22; December 20, 1951

  330. Rainey, Robert W; Langley 9-inch supersonic tunnel tests of several modifications of a supersonic missile having tandem cruciform lifting surfaces : three-component data results of models having ratios of wing span to tail span equal to and less than 1 and some static; naca-rm-l50g07; March 07, 1951

  331. Wood, Raymond B Fleming, Frank F; A transonic-wing investigation in the Langley 8-foot high-speed tunnel at high subsonic Mach numbers and at a Mach number of 1.2 : wing-fuselage configuration having a wing of 60 degree sweepback, aspect-ratio 4, taper ratio 0.6, and NACA 65A006 airf; naca-rm-l50j25; January 24, 1951

  332. Spearman, M Leroy Webster, Robert A; An investigation at Mach numbers of 1.40 and 1.59 of the effects of aileron profile on the aerodynamic characteristics of a complete model of a supersonic aircraft configuration; naca-rm-l50j31; January 15, 1951

  333. Smith, Norman F Marte, Jack E; An investigation of a supersonic aircraft configuration having a tapered wing with circular-arc sections and 40 degree sweepback : force characteristics of the complete configuration and its various components at Mach numbers of 1.40 and 1.59; naca-rm-l50k14; January 22, 1951

  334. Gillis, Clarence L Vitale, A James; Wing-on and wing-off longitudinal characteristics of an airplane configuration having an thin unswept tapered wing of aspect ratio 3, as obtained from rocket-propelled models at Mach numbers from 0.8 to 1.4; naca-rm-l50k16; March 14, 1951

  335. Wineman, Andrew R; Preliminary investigation of a fin-actuated jet-vane control system for stabilization of rocket-powered models; naca-rm-l50k17; January 17, 1951

  336. Gillespie, Warren, Jr Arbic, Richard G; Large-scale flight measurements of zero-lift drag at Mach numbers from 0.90 to 1.95 of an arrow wing in combination with a small body; naca-rm-l50k28a; January 12, 1951

  337. Ferri, Antonio Nucci, Louis M; The origin of aerodynamic instability of supersonic inlets at subcritical conditions; naca-rm-l50k30; January 26, 1951

  338. Faget, Maxine A Watson, Raymond S Bartlett, Walter A , Jr; Free-jet tests of a 6.5-inch-diameter ram-jet engine at Mach numbers 1.81 and 2.00; naca-rm-l50l06; March 07, 1951

  339. Kennedy, Robert M; Effects of a fuselage flap dive brake on the aerodynamic characteristics of 1/30 scale semispan model of the Bell X-5 variable-sweep airplane at a Mach number 1.24 as determined by the NACA wing flow method; naca-rm-l50l11a; February 08, 1951

  340. Spreemann, Kenneth P Alford, William J , Jr; Investigation of the effects of geometric changes in an underwing pylon suspended external store installation on the aerodynamic characteristics of a 45 degree sweptback wing at high subsonic speeds; naca-rm-l50l12; March 05, 1951

  341. Conner, D William Mitchell, Meade H , Jr; Effects of spoiler on airfoil pressure distribution and effects of size and location of spoilers on the aerodynamic characteristics of a tapered unswept wing of aspect ratio 2.5 at a Mach number of 1.90; naca-rm-l50l20; January 24, 1951

  342. Dettwyler, H Rudolph Bond, Aleck C; Flight performance of a twin-engine supersonic ram jet from 2,300 to 67,200 feet altitude; naca-rm-l50l27; February 19, 1951

  343. Cahn, Maurice S Bryan, Carroll R; A transonic-wing investigation in the Langley 8-foot high-speed tunnel at high subsonic Mach numbers and at a Mach number of 1.2. : wing-fuselage configuration having a wing of 0 degrees sweepback, aspect ratio 4.0,taper ratio 0.6, and NACA 65A006 ai; naca-rm-l51a02; March 06, 1951

  344. Tuovila, W J; Some experiments on the flutter of sweptback cantilever wing models at Mach number 1.3; naca-rm-l51a11; March 15, 1951

  345. Spreemann, Kenneth P Alford, William J , Jr; Small-scale investigation at transonic speeds of the effects of thickening the inboard section of a 45 degrees sweptback wing of aspect ratio 4, taper ratio 0.3, and NACA 65A006 airfoil section; naca-rm-l51f08a; August 09, 1951

  346. Regier, Arthur A Martin, Dennis J; Recent experimental flutter studies; naca-rm-l51f11; June 12, 1951

  347. Pepper, William B , Jr Hoffman, Sherwood; Comparison of zero-lift drags determined by flight tests at transonic speeds of symmetrically mounted nacelles in various chordwise positions at the wing tip of a 45 degrees sweptback wing and body combination; naca-rm-l51f13; September 17, 1951

  348. Sleeman, William C , Jr Klevatt, Paul L Linsley, Edward L; Comparison of transonic characteristics of lifting wings from experiments in a small slotted tunnel and the Langley high-speed 7- by 10-foot tunnel; naca-rm-l51f14; November 05, 1951

  349. Pepper, William B; The effect on zero-lift drag of an indented fuselage or a thickened wing-root modification to a 45 degrees sweptback wing-body configuration as determined by flight tests at transonic speeds; naca-rm-l51f15; September 20, 1951

  350. Katz, Ellis Stoney, William E , Jr; Base pressures measured on several parabolic-arc bodies of revolution in free flight at Mach numbers from 0.8 to 1.4 and at large Reynolds numbers; naca-rm-l51f29; October 26, 1951

  351. Vogler, Raymond D Turner, Thomas R Lockwood, Vernard, E; An investigation at transonic speeds of the effects of control chord and span on the control characteristics of a tapered wedge-type wing of aspect ratio 2.5 : transonic-bump method; naca-rm-l51g03; September 20, 1951

  352. Sanders, E Claude Edmondson, James L; Damping in roll of rocket-powered test vehicles having swept, tapered wings of low aspect ratio; naca-rm-l51g06; October 08, 1951

  353. Wittliff, Charles E Byrne, Robert W; Preliminary investigation of a supersonic scoop inlet derived from a conical-spike nose inlet; naca-rm-l51g11; September 11, 1951

  354. Martz, C William Church, James D; Flight investigation at subsonic, transonic, and supersonic velocities of the hinge-moment characteristics, lateral-control effectiveness, and wing damping in roll of a 60 degrees sweptback delta wing with half-delta tip ailerons; naca-rm-l51g18; September 21, 1951

  355. Danforth, Edward C B; A correlation of experimental zero-lift drag of rectangular wings with symmetrical NACA 65-series airfoil sections by means of the transonic similarity law for wings of finite aspect ratio; naca-rm-l51g20; September 17, 1951

  356. Passera, Anthony L; A theoretical investigation of the influence of autopilot natural frequency upon the dynamic performance characteristics of a supersonic canard missile configuration with a pitch-attitude control system; naca-rm-l51h02; October 09, 1951

  357. Strass, H Kurt Marley, Edward, T; Rolling effectiveness of all-movable wings at small angles of incidence at Mach numbers from 0.6 to 1.6; naca-rm-l51h03; October 09, 1951

  358. Hatch, John E , Jr Hargrave, L Keith; Effects of Reynolds number on the aerodynamic characteristics of a delta wing at Mach number of 2.41; naca-rm-l51h06; October 22, 1951

  359. Gillespie, Warren, Jr; Jet effects on pressures and drags of bodies; naca-rm-l51j29; November 09, 1951

  360. Mathews, Charles W Talmage, Donald B Whitten, James B; Effects on longitudinal stability and control characteristics of a B-29 airplane of variations in stick-force and control-rate characteristics obtained through use of a booster in the elevator-control system; naca-tn-2238; February 1951

  361. Gossard, Myron L; An iterative transformation procedure for numerical solution of flutter and similar characteristic-value problems; naca-tn-2346; May 1951

  362. Heidmann, Marcus F Humphrey, Jack C; Fluctuations in a spray formed by two impinging jets; naca-tn-2349; April 1951

  363. Campbell, John P Mckinney, Marion O; Summary of methods for calculating dynamic lateral stability and response and for estimating lateral stability derivatives; naca-tn-2409; July 1951

  364. Moeckel, Wolfgang E; Flow separation ahead of blunt bodies at supersonic speeds; naca-tn-2418; July 1951

  365. Stalder, Jackson R Zurick, Vernon J; Theoretical aerodynamic characteristics of bodies in a free-molecule-flow field; naca-tn-2423; July 1951

  366. Holms, Arthur G; A biharmonic relaxation method for calculating thermal stress in cooled irregular cylinders; naca-tn-2434; August 1951

  367. Furlong, G Chester Bollech, Thomas V; Effect of ground interference on the aerodynamic characteristics of a 42 degrees sweptback wing; naca-tn-2487; October 1951

  368. Griffith, George E; Stresses in a two-bay noncircular cylinder under traverse loads; naca-tn-2512; October 1951

  369. Runyan, Harry L Watkins, Charles E; Considerations on the effect of wind-tunnel walls on oscillating air forces for two-dimensional subsonic compressible flow; naca-tn-2552; December 1951

  370. (Author(s) Not Available); Cooperative investigation of relationship between static and fatigue properties of heat-resistant alloys at elevated temperatures; naca-rm-51a04; March 07, 1951

  371. Freeman, J W (University of Michigan) White, A E (University of Michigan.); Properties of low-carbon N-155 alloy bar stock from 1200 to 1800 F; naca-rm-51b05; May 03, 1951

  372. Kline, G M (National Bureau of Standards); The properties of three cast polyester resins of Sierracin 212, 212A, and 250A; naca-rm-51b23; April 23, 1951

  373. Wier, John E (National Bureau of Standards) Pons, Dorothy C (National Bureau of Standards) Axilrod, Benjamin M (National Bureau of Standards); Effects of humidity during fabrication on some physical properties of glass-fabric unsaturated-polyester laminates; naca-rm-51c21; July 18, 1951

  374. (Author(s) Not Available); Review of current and anticipated lubricant problems in turbojet engines; naca-rm-51d20; April 20, 1951

  375. Freeman, J W (University of Michigan and Battelle Memorial Institute) Cross, Howard C (University of Michigan and Battelle Memorial Institute); Notes on heat-resistant materials in Britain from technical mission October 13 to November 30, 1950; naca-rm-51d23; May 14, 1951

  376. Macgregor, C W (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Walcott, F J , Jr (Massachusetts Institute of Technology); Investigation of torsion creep-to-rupture properties of N-155 alloy; naca-rm-51e04; August 21, 1951

  377. Miller, James A (National Bureau of Standards) Jacobs, Pearl V (National Bureau of Standards); Effective modulus in plastic buckling of high-strength aluminum-alloy sheet; naca-rm-51g11; September 20, 1951

  378. Gadeberg, Burnett L Ziff, Howard L; Flight determined buffet boundaries of ten airplanes and comparisons with five buffeting criteria; naca-rm-a50i27; January 05, 1951

  379. Hunton, Lynn W Dew, Joseph K; The effects of camber and twist on the aerodynamic loading and stalling characteristics of a large-scale 45 degree swept-back wing; naca-rm-a50j24; January 24, 1951

  380. Mccormack, Gerald M Tolhurst, William H , Jr; The effects of boundary-layer control on the longitudinal characteristics of a swept-back wing using suction through streamwise slots in the outboard portion of the wing; naca-rm-a50k06; January 05, 1951

  381. 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 - leading-edge flaps deflected; naca-rm-a50k10; February 26, 1951

  382. Tinling, Bruce E Kolk, W Richard; The effects of centrally mounted wing-tip tanks on the subsonic aerodynamic characteristics of a wing of aspect ratio 10 with 35 degrees of sweepback; naca-rm-a50k15; February 21, 1951

  383. Smith, Donald W Heitmeyer, John C; Lift, drag, and pitching moment of low-aspect-ratio wings at subsonic and supersonic speeds : plane triangular wing of aspect ratio 2 with NACA 0008-63 section; naca-rm-a50k20; February 1951

  384. Tinling, Bruce E Kolk, W Richard; The effects of Mach number and Reynolds number on the aerodynamic characteristics of several 12-percent-thick wings having 35 degrees of sweepback and various amounts of camber; naca-rm-a50k27; February 23, 1951

  385. 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 : flaps deflected in combination; naca-rm-a50k27b; February 26, 1951

  386. Demele, Fred A Sutton, Fred B; The effects of increasing the leading-edge radius and adding forward camber on the aerodynamic characteristics of a wing with 35 degrees of sweepback; naca-rm-a50k28a; February 09, 1951

  387. Rathert, George A , Jr Ziff, Howard L Cooper, George E; Preliminary flight investigation of the maneuvering accelerations and buffet boundary of a 35 degree swept-wing airplane at high altitude and transonic speeds; naca-rm-a50l04; February 21, 1951

  388. Mccullough, George B Nitzberg, Gerald E Kelly, John A; Preliminary investigation of the delay of turbulent flow separation by means of wedge-shaped bodies; naca-rm-a50l12; March 1951

  389. Delaney, Noel K Hayter, Nora-Lee F; Low-speed investigation of a 0.16 scale model of the X-3 airplane : lateral and directional characteristics; naca-rm-a51a16; March 16, 1951

  390. Selna, James; Preliminary investigation of a submerged inlet and a nose inlet in the transonic flight range with free-fall models; naca-rm-a51b14; June 18, 1951

  391. Stivers, Louis S , Jr Walker, Harold J Beard, Luther, Jr; Experimental downwash and wake characteristics at subsonic and supersonic Mach numbers behind an unswept, tapered wing, of aspect ratio 2.67 with leading-and trailing-edge flaps; naca-rm-a51b16; April 21, 1951

  392. Wetzel, Benton E Pfyl, Frank A; Measurements of downwash and sidewash behind cruciform triangular wings at Mach number 1.4; naca-rm-a51b20; April 04, 1951

  393. Graham, David Koenig, David G; Tests in the Ames 40- by 80-foot wind tunnel of an airplane configuration with an aspect ratio 2 triangular wing and an all-movable horizontal tail : longitudinal characteristics; naca-rm-a51b21; April 23, 1951

  394. Ernst, Edward A Anderson, Seth B Van Dyke, Rudolph D , Jr; Flight measurements of the wing-dropping tendency of a straight-wing jet airplane at high subsonic Mach numbers; naca-rm-a51b28; April 24, 1951

  395. Hemenover, Albert D Graham, Donald J; Influence of airfoil trailing-edge angle and trailing-edge-thickness variation on the effectiveness of a plain flap at high subsonic Mach numbers; naca-rm-a51c12a; May 22, 1951

  396. Hopkins, Edward J; A semi-empirical method for calculating the pitching moment of bodies of revolution at low Mach numbers; naca-rm-a51c14; May 17, 1951

  397. Kolbe, Carl D Bandettini, Angelo; Investigation in the Ames 12-foot pressure wind tunnel of a model horizontal tail of aspect ratio 3 and taper ratio 0.5 having the quarter-chord line swept back 45 degrees; naca-rm-a51d02; June 25, 1951

  398. James, Harry A Dew, Joseph K; Effects of double-slotted flaps and leading-edge modifications on the low-speed characteristics of a large-scale 45 degrees swept-back wing with and without camber and twist; naca-rm-a51d18; July 23, 1951

  399. Rose, Leonard M; Low-speed characteristics of a wing having 63 degrees sweepback and uniform camber; naca-rm-a51d25; June 26, 1951

  400. Johnson, Ben H , Jr Shibata, Harry H; Characteristics throughout the subsonic speed range of a plane wing and of a cambered and twisted wing, both having 45 degrees of sweepback; naca-rm-a51d27; July 12, 1951

  401. Reynolds, Robert M Sammonds, Robert I; Subsonic Mach and Reynolds number effects on the surface pressures, gap flow, pressure recovery, and drag of a nonrotating NACA 1-series E-type cowling at an angle of attack of 0 degrees; naca-rm-a51e03; July 17, 1951

  402. Anderson, Seth B; Measurements in flight of the longitudinal characteristics of two jet aircraft, one with a diving tendency and the other with a climbing tendency at high Mach numbers; naca-rm-a51e14; October 05, 1951

  403. Maki, Ralph L; The use of two-dimensional section data to estimate the low-speed wing lift coefficient at which section stall first appears on a swept wing; naca-rm-a51e15; July 27, 1951

  404. Liddell, Charles J , Jr Creer, Brent Y Van Dyke, Rudolph D , Jr; A flight study of requirements for satisfactory lateral oscillatory characteristics of fighter aircraft; naca-rm-a51e16; July 25, 1951

  405. Holzhauser, Curt A; An experimental investigation at subsonic speeds of a scoop-type air-induction system for a supersonic airplane; naca-rm-a51e24; July 19, 1951

  406. Dannenberg, Robert E; Low-speed characteristics of a 45 degree swept wing with leading-edge inlets; naca-rm-a51e29; August 13, 1951

  407. Olson, Robert N Chubb, Robert S; Wind-tunnel tests of a 1/12-scale model of the X-3 airplane at subsonic and supersonic speeds.; naca-rm-a51f12; September 14, 1951

  408. Allen, Edwin C; Investigation of a triangular wing in conjunction with a fuselage and horizontal tail to determine downwash and longitudinal-stability characteristics : transonic bump method; naca-rm-a51f12a; August 17, 1951

  409. Heitmeyer, John C Hightower, Ronald C; Lift, drag, and pitching moment of low-aspect-ratio wings at subsonic and supersonic speeds : plane triangular wing of aspect ratio 4 with 3-percent-thick rounded nose section; naca-rm-a51f21; August 29, 1951

  410. Cooper, George E Bray, Richard S; Schlieren investigation of the wing shock-wave boundary-layer interaction in flight; naca-rm-a51g09; September 19, 1951

  411. Sorenson, Robert M Wyss, John A Kyle, James C; Preliminary investigation of the pressure fluctuations in the wakes of two-dimensional wings at low angles of attack; naca-rm-a51g10; October 30, 1951

  412. Kolbe, Carl D Boltz, Frederick W; The forces and pressure distribution at subsonic speeds on a plane wing having 45 degrees of sweepback, an aspect ratio of 3, and a taper ratio of 0.5; naca-rm-a51g31; October 16, 1951

  413. Ankenbruck, Herman O Sadoff, Melvin O'Hare, William; Stability and control measurements obtained during USAF-NACA cooperative flight-test program on the X-4 airplane (USAF No. 46-677); naca-rm-a51h09; October 26, 1951

  414. Graham, David Koenig, David G; Tests in the Ames 40- by 80-foot wind tunnel of an airplane configuration with an aspect ratio 4 triangular wing and an all-movable horizontal tail - longitudinal characteristics; naca-rm-a51h10a; October 16, 1951

  415. Frank, Joseph L Taylor, Robert A; Comparison of drag, pressure recovery, and surface pressure of a scoop-type inlet and an NACA submerged inlet at transonic speeds; naca-rm-a51h20a; December 17, 1951

  416. Friedman, Morris D; Arrangement of bodies of revolution in supersonic flow to reduce wave drag; naca-rm-a51i20; December 17, 1951

  417. Wyss, John A Sorenson, Robert M; An investigation of the control-surface flutter derivatives of an NACA 65(sub 1)-213 airfoil in the Ames 16-foot high-speed wind tunnel; naca-rm-a51j10; December 21, 1951

  418. Golladay, Richard L Bloomer, Harry E; Investigation of altitude starting and acceleration characteristics of J47 turbojet engine; naca-rm-e50g07; January 10, 1951

  419. Robards, C F Gangler, J J; Some properties of beryllium oxide and beryllium oxide - columbium ceramals; naca-rm-e50g21; March 02, 1951

  420. Perkins, Porter J; Flight instrument for measurement of liquid-water content in clouds at temperatures above and below freezing; naca-rm-e50j12a; March 05, 1951

  421. Cicala, Placido.; Present state of development in nonsteady motion of a lifting surface; naca-tm-1277; 1951

  422. Loitsianskii, L. G.; Approximate method of integration of laminar boundary layer in incompressible fluid; naca-tm-1293; 1951

  423. Ovsiannikov, L. V.; Gas flow with straight transition line; naca-tm-1295; 1951

  424. Teichmann, Alfred.; State and development of flutter calculation; naca-tm-1297; 1951

  425. Tillmann, W.; Additional measurements of the drag of surface irregularities in turbulent boundary layers; naca-tm-1299; 1951

  426. Sohngen, Heinz., Schwarz, L., Dietze, F.; Three papers from conference on "Wing and tail-surface oscillations :March 6-8, 1941, Munich; naca-tm-1306; 1951

  427. Szablewski, W.; Contributions to the theory of the spreading of a free jet issuing from a nozzle; naca-tm-1311; 1951

  428. de Guillenchmidt, P.; Calculation of the bending stresses in helicopter rotor blades; naca-tm-1312; 1951

  429. Abramyan, B. L.; Torsion and bending of prismatic rods of hollow rectangular section; naca-tm-1319; 1951

  430. Cortright, Edgar M., Jr., Schroeder, Albert H.; Preliminary investigation of effectiveness of base bleed in reducing drag of blunt-base bodies in supersonic stream; naca-rm-e51a26; 1951

  431. Fields, E. M., Strass, H. Kurt.; Free-flight measurements at Mach numbers from 0.7 to 1.6 of some effects of airfoil-thickness distribution and trailing-edge angle on aileron rolling effectiveness and drag for wings with 0 and 45 degrees sweepback; naca-rm-l51g27; 1951

  432. Vlasov, V. S.; Basic differential equations in general theory of elastic shells; naca-tm-1241; 1951

  433. Weinig, F.; Flight performance of a jet power plant III - operating characteristics of a jet power plant as a function of altitude; naca-tm-1258; 1951

  434. Greenberg, Harry; A survey of methods for determining stability parameters of an airplane from dynamic flight measurements; naca-tn-2340; 1951

  435. Phillips, William H., Kraft, Christopher C., Jr.; Theoretical study of some methods for increasing the smoothness of flight through rough air; naca-tn-2416; 1951

  436. Wise, P. H., Serijan, K. T., Goodman, I. A.; Correlation of physical properties with molecular structure for some dicyclic hydrocarbons having high thermal-energy release per unit volume; naca-report-1003; 1951

  437. Mirels, Harold.; A lift-cancellation technique in linearized supersonic-wing theory; naca-report-1004; 1951

  438. Mendelson, Alexander., Gendler, Selwyn.; Analytical determination of coupled bending-torsion vibrations of cantilever beams by means of station functions; naca-report-1005; 1951

  439. Wilcox, E. Clinton., Trout, Arthur M.; Analysis of thrust augmentation of turbojet engines by water injection at compressor inlet including charts for calculating compression processes with water injection; naca-report-1006; 1951

  440. Pearson, Henry A., Mcgowan, William A., Donegan, James J.; Horizontal tail loads in maneuvering flight; naca-report-1007; 1951

  441. Godfrey, Douglas.; Investigation of fretting by microscopic observation; naca-report-1009; 1951

  442. Houbolt, John C.; A recurrence matrix solution for the dynamic response of aircraft in gusts; naca-report-1010; 1951

  443. Otto, Edward W., Taylor, Burt L, III.; Dynamics of a turbojet engine considered as a quasi-static system; naca-report-1011; 1951

  444. Delano, James B.; Investigation of the NACA 4-(5)(08)-03 and NACA 4-(10)(08)-03 two-blade propellers at forward Mach numbers to 0.725 to determine the effects of camber and compressibility on performance; naca-report-1012; 1951

  445. Merten, Kenneth F., Beck, Edgar B.; Effects of wing flexibility and variable air lift upon wing bending moment during landing impacts of a small seaplane; naca-report-1013; 1951

  446. Barmby, J. G., Cunningham, H. J., Garrick, I. E.; Study of effects of sweep on the flutter of cantilever wings; naca-report-1014; 1951

  447. Eckert, E. R. G., Jackson, Thomas W.; Analysis of turbulent free-convection boundary layer on flat plate; naca-report-1015; 1951

  448. Erwin, John R., Emery, James C.; Effect of tunnel configuration and testing technique on cascade performance; naca-report-1016; 1951

  449. Taylor, Burt L., III., Oppenheimer, Frank L.; Investigation of frequency-response characteristics of engine speed for a typical turbine-propeller engine; naca-report-1017; 1951

  450. Sternfield, Leonard., Gates, Ordway B., Jr.; A theoretical analysis of the effect of time lag in an automatic stabilization system on the lateral oscillatory stability of an airplane; naca-report-1018; 1951

  451. Scull, Wilfred E.; Relation between inflammables and ignition sources in aircraft environments; naca-report-1019; 1951

  452. Humble, Leroy V., Lowdermilk, Warren H., Desmon, Leland G.; Measurements of average heat-transfer and friction coefficients for subsonic flow of air in smooth tubes at high surface and fluid temperatures; naca-report-1020; 1951

  453. Wu, M. H. Lee.; Analysis of plane-plastic stress problems with axial symmetry in strain-hardening range; naca-report-1021; 1951

  454. Eckert, E. R. G., Low, George M.; Temperature distribution in internally heated walls of heat exchangers composed of nonnuclear flow passages; naca-report-1022; 1951

  455. Weeton, John W.; Diffusion of chromium in alpha cobalt-chromium solid solutions; naca-report-1023; 1951

  456. Diederich, Franklin W.; Calculation of the Lateral Control of Swept and Unswept Flexible Wings of Arbitrary Stiffness; naca-report-1024; 1951

  457. Braslow, Albert L., Burrows, Dale L., Tetervin, Neal., Visconti, Fioravante.; Experimental and theoretical studies of area suction for the control of the laminar boundary layer on an NACA 64a010 airfoil; naca-report-1025; 1951

  458. Barnett, Henry C.; NACA investigation of fuel performance in piston-type engines; naca-report-1026; 1951

  459. Lo, Hsu., Crate, Harold., Schwartz, Edward B.; Buckling of thin-walled cylinder under axial compression and internal pressure; naca-report-1027; 1951

  460. Watkins, Charles E.; Effect of aspect ratio on the air forces and moments of harmonically oscillating thin rectangular wings in supersonic potential flow; naca-report-1028; 1951

  461. Stowell, Elbridge Z.; Compressive strength of flanges; naca-report-1029; 1951

  462. Schubauer, G. B., Klebanoff, P. S.; Investigation of separation of the turbulent boundary layer; naca-report-1030; 1951

  463. Bird, John D., Jaquet, Byron M.; A study of the use of experimental stability derivatives in the calculation of the lateral disturbed motions of a swept-wing airplane and comparison with flight results; naca-report-1031; 1951

  464. Stalder, Jackson R., Goodwin, Glen., Creager, Marcus O.; A comparison of theory and experiment for high-speed free-molecule flow; naca-report-1032; 1951

  465. Vincenti, Walter G.; Comparison between theory and experiment for wings at supersonic speeds; naca-report-1033; 1951

  466. 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-report-1034; 1951

  467. Mckinney, Marion O., Jr.; Analysis of means of improving the uncontrolled lateral motions of personal airplanes; naca-report-1035; 1951

  468. Chapman, Dean R., Perkins, Edward W.; Experimental investigation of the effects of viscosity on the drag and base pressure of bodies of revolution at a Mach number 1.5; naca-report-1036; 1951

  469. Huff, Vearl N., Gordon, Sanford., Morrell, Virginia E.; General method and thermodynamic tables for computation of equilibrium composition and temperature of chemical reactions; naca-report-1037; 1951

  470. Becker, John V.; Wind-tunnel investigation of air inlet and outlet openings on a streamline body; naca-report-1038; 1951

  471. Kaplan, Carl.; On the particular integrals of the Prandtl-Busemann iteration equations for the flow of a compressible fluid; naca-report-1039; 1951

  472. Corrsin, Stanley., Uberoi, Mahinder S.; Spectra and diffusion in a round turbulent jet; naca-report-1040; 1951

  473. Goin, Kennith L.; Equations and charts for the rapid estimation of hinge-moment and effectiveness parameters for trailing-edge controls having leading and trailing edges swept ahead of the Mach lines; naca-report-1041; 1951

  474. Sternfield, Leonard; Some effects of nonlinear variation in the directional-stability and damping-in-yawing derivatives on the lateral stability of an airplane; naca-report-1042; 1951

  475. Heldenfels, Richard R.; A numerical method for the stress analysis of stiffened-shell structures under nonuniform temperature distributions; naca-report-1043; 1951

  476. Ferri, Antonio.; The method of characteristics for the determination of supersonic flow over bodies of revolution at small angles of attack; naca-report-1044; 1951

  477. Ferri, Antonio.; Supersonic flow around circular cones at angles of attack; naca-report-1045; 1951

  478. Tetervin, Neal., Lin, Chia Chiao.; 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-report-1046; 1951

  479. Seide, Paul., Barrett, Paul F.; The stability of the compression cover of box beams stiffened by posts; naca-report-1047; 1951

  480. Allen, H. Julian., Perkins, Edward W.; A study of effects of viscosity on flow over slender inclined bodies of revolution; naca-report-1048; 1951

  481. Queijo, M. J., Wolhart, Walter D.; Experimental investigation of the effect of vertical-tail size and length and of fuselage shape and length on the static lateral stability characteristics of a model with 45 degree sweptback wing and tail surfaces; naca-report-1049; 1951

  482. Cohen, Doris.; Formulas for the supersonic loading, lift, and drag of flat swept-back wings with leading edges behind the Mach line; naca-report-1050; 1951

  483. Chapman, Dean R.; An analysis of base pressure at supersonic velocities and comparison with experiment; naca-report-1051; 1951

  484. Jones, Arthur L., Alksne, Alberta.; A summary of lateral-stability derivatives calculated for wing plan forms in supersonic flow; naca-report-1052; 1951

  485. Laufer, John.; Investigation of turbulent flow in a two-dimensional channel; naca-report-1053; 1951

  486. Lomax, Harvard., Heaslet, Max A., Fuller, Franklyn B.; Integrals and integral equations in linearized wing theory; naca-report-1054; 1951

  487. Scherrer, Richard.; Comparison of theoretical and experimental heat-transfer characteristics of bodies of revolution at supersonic speeds; naca-report-1055; 1951

  488. Deyoung, John.; Theoretical antisymmetric span loading for wings of arbitrary plan form at subsonic speeds; naca-report-1056; 1951

  489. Horton, Elmer A., Loftin, Laurence K., Racisz, Stanley F., Quinn, John.; Analysis of the effects of boundary-layer control in the take-off and power-off landing performance characteristics of a liaison type of airplane; naca-report-1057; 1951

  490. Reynolds, E. E., Freeman, J. W., White, A. E.; Influence of chemical composition on rupture properties at 1200 degrees F. of forged chromium-cobalt-nickel-iron base alloys in solution-treated and aged condition; naca-report-1058; 1951

  491. Stone, Ralph W , Jr Hultz, Burton E; Summary of spin and recovery characteristics of 12 models of flying wing and unconventional type airplanes; naca-rm-l50l29; March 1951

  492. Gold, H., Rosenzweig, S.; Altitude operation of gas-turbine engine with variable-area fuel-nozzle system; naca-rm-e51a04; 1951

  493. Tannenbaum, Stanley., Murphy, Maurice F.; The preparation, physical properties, and heats of combustion of four alkylsilanes; naca-rm-e51a05; 1951

  494. Cook, William P., Butze, Helmut F.; Investigation of altitude ignition, acceleration and steady-state operation with single combustor of J47 turbojet engine; naca-rm-e51a25; 1951

  495. Saari, M. J., Wintler, J. T.; Altitude-wind-tunnel investigation of performance characteristics of a J47d prototype (RX1-1) turbojet engine with fixed-area exhaust nozzle; naca-rm-e51b06; 1951

  496. Wilsted, H. D., Grey, R. E.; Altitude-performance and Reynolds number investigation of centrifugal-flow-compressor turbojet engine; naca-rm-e51b07; 1951

  497. Lazar, James., DeRocher, Wilfred L., Jr.; Correlation of analog solutions with experimental sea-level transient data for controlled turbine-propeller engine, including analog results at altitudes; naca-rm-e51b08; 1951

  498. Callaghan, Edmund E., von Glahn, Uwe., Gray, Vernon H.; NACA investigation of icing-protection systems for turbojet-engine installations; naca-rm-e51b12; 1951

  499. Conrad, E. William., McAulay, John E.; Altitude-wind-tunnel investigation of performance characteristics of a J47D prototype (RX1-1) turbojet engine with variable-area exhaust nozzle; naca-rm-e51c15; 1951

  500. ; Review of problems of conservation of strategic materials for turbine engines; naca-rm-e51c21; 1951

  501. Graham, Robert C., Klapproth, John F., Barina, Frank J.; Investigation of off-design performance of shock-in-rotor type supersonic blading; naca-rm-e51c22; 1951

  502. Desmon, Leland G., Mosher, Don R.; Preliminary study of circulation in an apparatus suitable for determining corrosive effects of hot flowing liquids; naca-rm-e51d12; 1951

  503. Schwartzbart, H., Jones, M. H., Brown, W. F., Jr.; Observations on Bauschinger effect in copper and brass; naca-rm-e51d13; 1951

  504. Yaker, C., Robards, C. F., Garrett, F. B.; Investigation of mechanisms of blade failure of forged hastalloy B and cast Stellite 21 turbine blades in turbojet engine; naca-rm-e51d16; 1951

  505. Ferguson, Robert R.; Effect of surface finish on fatigue properties at elevated temperatures I :low-carbon N-155 with grain size of A.S.T.M. 1; naca-rm-e51d17; 1951

  506. Perkins, Porter J., Kline, Dwight B.; Analysis of meteorological data obtained during flight in a supercooled stratiform cloud of high liquid-water content; naca-rm-e51d18; 1951

  507. Wallner, Lewis E., Wintler, John T.; Experimental investigation of typical constant- and variable-area exhaust nozzles and effects on axial-flow turbojet-engine performance; naca-rm-e51d19; 1951

  508. Vasu, George., Pack, George J.; Analysis of experimental sea-level transient data and analog method of obtaining altitude response for turbine-propeller engine with relay-type speed control; naca-rm-e51d26; 1951

  509. Delio, Gene J., Schwent, Glennon V.; Instrumentation for recording transient performance of gas-turbine engines and control systems; naca-rm-e51d27; 1951

  510. Wachtl, William. W., Rom, Frank E.; Analysis of the liquid-metal turbojet cycle for propulsion of nuclear powered aircraft; naca-rm-e51d30; 1951

  511. Mankuta, Harry., Guentert, Donald C.; Some effects of solidity on turning through constant-thickness circular-arc guide vanes in axial annular flow; naca-rm-e51e07; 1951

  512. Perkins, Porter J., McCullough, Stuart., Lewis, Ralph D.; A simplified instrument for recording and indicating frequency and intensity of icing conditions encountered in flight; naca-rm-e51e16; 1951

  513. Rebeske, John J., Jr., Berkey, William E., Forrette, Robert E.; Over-all performance of J35-A-23 two-stage turbine; naca-rm-e51e22; 1951

  514. Long, Roger A., Esgar, Jack B.; Experimental investigation of air-cooled turbine blades in turbojet engine VII :rotor-blade fabrication procedures; naca-rm-e51e23; 1951

  515. Arne, Vernon L., Nachtigall, Alfred J.; Calculated effects of turbine rotor-blade cooling-air flow, altitude, and compressor bleed point on performance of a turbojet engine; naca-rm-e51e24; 1951

  516. Lietzke, A. F., Nagey, T. F.; Measurement of distortion in second experimental control rod with temperature patterns simulating shim rod out and shim rod 50 percent inserted for Argonne Naval Reactor / A. F. Lietzke and T. F. Nagey; naca-rm-e51e25; 1951

  517. Armstrong, John C.; Altitude-ignition limit of a turbojet engine using a condenser-discharge ignition system / John C. Armstrong; naca-rm-e51f11; 1951

  518. Hauser, Cavour H., Plohr, Henry W.; Two-dimensional cascade investigation of the maximum exit tangential velocity component and other flow conditions at the exit of several turbine blade designs at supercritical pressure ratios; naca-rm-e51f12; 1951

  519. English, Robert E., Cavicchi, Richard H.; Comparison of measured efficiencies of nine turbine designs with efficiencies predicted by two empirical methods; naca-rm-e51f13; 1951

  520. Oppenheimer, Frank L., Jacques, James R.; Investigation of dynamic characteristics of a turbine-propeller engine; naca-rm-e51f15; 1951

  521. Krebs, Richard P.; Preliminary investigation of the control of a gas-turbine engine for a helicopter / Richard P. Krebs; naca-rm-e51f19; 1951

  522. Gangler, James J., Engel, Walter J.; Resistance of various materials to attack by molten bismuth-lead eutectic at elevated temperatures; naca-rm-e51f21; 1951

  523. Gould, Lawrence I.; Preliminary investigation of the supersonic flow field downstream of wire-mesh nozzles in a constant-area duct / Lawrence I. Gould; naca-rm-e51f25; 1951

  524. Moses, J. J., Serovy, G. K.; Some effects of blade trailing-edge thickness on performance of a single-stage axial-flow compressor; naca-rm-e51f28; 1951

  525. Lubarsky, Bernard.; Experimental investigation of forced-convection heat-transfer characteristics of lead-bismuth eutectic; naca-rm-e51g02; 1951

  526. Bogart, Donald.; Estimation of neutron energy for first resonance from absorption cross section for thermal neutrons; naca-rm-e51g03; 1951

  527. Levine, Joseph., Kleinknecht, Kenneth S.; Adaptation of a cascade impactor to flight measurement of droplet size in clouds; naca-rm-e51g05; 1951

  528. Esgar, Jack B., Lea, Alfred L.; Determination and use of the local recovery factor for calculating the effectiveness gas temperature for turbine blades / Jack B. Esgar and Alfred L. Lea; naca-rm-e51g10; 1951

  529. Jenkins, Joe E., Buchele, Donald R., Long, Roger A.; A specially constructed metallograph for use at elevated temperatures; naca-rm-e51g12; 1951

  530. Garrett, F. B., Yaker, C.; Relation of engine turbine-blade life to stress-rupture properties of the alloys, Stellite 21, Hastelloy B, Cast S-816, Forged S-816, X-40, Nimonic 80, Refractory 26, N-155, and Iconel X; naca-rm-e51g13; 1951

  531. Silvern, David H., Slivka, William R.; Experimental investigation of an 0.8 hub-tip radius-ratio,nontwisted-rotor-blade turbine; naca-rm-e51g14; 1951

  532. Schwed, Philip.; Resolution of annealing experiments for the study of nonequilibrium states; naca-rm-e51g24; 1951

  533. Lieblein, Seymour., Ackley, Richard H.; Secondary flows in annular cascades and effects on flow in inlet guide vanes; naca-rm-e51g27; 1951

  534. Thurston, Sidney., Brunk, Ralph E.; Performance of a cascade in an annular vortex-generating tunnel over range of Reynolds numbers; naca-rm-e51g30; 1951

  535. Macks, E. F., Nemeth, Z. N., Anderson, W. J.; Preliminary investigation of molybdenum disulfide-air-mist lubrication for roller bearings operating to DN values of 1 x 10(exp 6) and ball bearings operating to temperatures of 1000 F; naca-rm-e51g31; 1951

  536. Stewart, Warner L.; Analytical investigation of flow through high-speed mixed-flow turbine; naca-rm-e51h06; 1951

  537. Lown, Harold., Hartmann, Melvin J.; :Investigation of a 24-inch shock-in-rotor type supersonic compressor designed for simple radial equilibrium behind normal shock; naca-rm-e51h08; 1951

  538. Simon, Dorothy M., Wong, Edgar, L.; Flame velocities over a wide composition range for pentane-air, ethylene-air, and propyne-air flames; naca-rm-e51h09; 1951

  539. Smith, Gordon T., Hickel, Robert O.; Experimental investigation of air-cooled turbine blade in turbojet engine VIII :rotor blades with capped leading edges; naca-rm-e51h14; 1951

  540. Ellis, C. W., Hollister, D. P., Sargent, A. F., Jr.; Preliminary investigation of cooling-air ejector performance at pressure ratios from 1 to 10; naca-rm-e51h21; 1951

  541. Wilsted, H. D., Armstrong, J. C.; Preliminary results of turbojet-engine altitude-starting investigation; naca-rm-e51h30; 1951

  542. Warshawsky, I., Estrin, M.; A multiple-range self-balancing thermocouple potentiometer; naca-rm-e51h31; 1951

  543. Sobolewski, A. E., Farley, J. M.; Steady-state engine windmilling and engine speed decay characteristics of an axial-flow turbojet engine; naca-rm-e51i06; 1951

  544. Farley, John M.; Altitude wind tunnel investigation of the performance of compressor, combustor, and turbine components of prototype J47D (RX1-1) turbojet engine; naca-rm-e51i13; 1951

  545. Kaufman, S. J., Henderson, R. W.; Forced-convection heat transfer to water at high pressures and temperatures in the nonboiling region; naca-rm-e51i18; 1951

  546. Wallner, Lewis E., Jansen, Emmert T.; Full-scale investigation of cooling shroud and ejector nozzle for a turbojet engine :afterburner installation; naca-rm-e51j04; 1951

  547. Stepka, Francis S., Hickel, Robert O.; Experimental investigation of air-cooled turbine blades in turbojet engine IX :evaluation of the durability of noncritical rotor blades in engine operation; naca-rm-e51j10; 1951

  548. Fleming, William A.; Effects of altitude on turbojet engine performance; naca-rm-e51j15; 1951

  549. Nielsen, Jack N., Kaattari, George E.; Method for estimating lift interference of wing-body combinations at supersonic speeds; naca-rm-a51j04; 1951

  550. Tarr, Philip R.; Methods for connection to revolving thermocouples; naca-rm-e50j23a; 1951

  551. Kovach, Karl., Beede, William L., Hamrick, Joseph T.; Experimental evaluation by thermodynamic methods of work input to a centrifugal compressor operating with water injection; naca-rm-e50j31; 1951

  552. Eckert, E. R. G., Jackson, Thomas W., Francisco, Allen C.; Investigations of slot configurations for film-cooled turbine blades by flow visualization methods; naca-rm-e50k01; 1951

  553. McCullough, Stuart., Perkins, Porter J.; Flight camera for photographing cloud droplets in natural suspension in the atmosphere; naca-rm-e50k01a; 1951

  554. Wyatt, DeMarquis D., Hunczak, Henry R.; An investigation of convergent-divergent diffusers at Mach number 1.85; naca-rm-e50k07; 1951

  555. Gowan, William H., Jr., Mulholland, Donald R.; Effectiveness of thermal-pneumatic airfoil-ice-protection system; naca-rm-e50k10a; 1951

  556. Fox, Jerome L.; Supersonic tunnel investigation by means of inclined-plate technique to determine performance of several nose inlets over Mach number range of 1.72 to 2.18; naca-rm-e50k14; 1951

  557. Jansen, Emmert T., McAulay, John E.; Compressor performance characteristics of a python turbine-propeller engine investigated in altitude wind tunnel; naca-rm-e50k24; 1951

  558. Young, Allen E., McCullough, Stuart., Smith, Richard L.; Power unit for high-intensity light source; naca-rm-e50k27; 1951

  559. Evans, Jerry E., Jr.; Thermal conductivity of 14 metals and alloys up to 1100 F; naca-rm-e50l07; 1951

  560. Brown, W. F., Jr., Schwartzbart, H., Jones, M. H.; Tensile fracturing characteristics of several high-temperature alloys as influenced by orientation in respect to forging direction; naca-rm-e50l28; 1951

  561. Beede, William L, Hamrick, Joseph T, Withee, Joseph R , Jr; Evaluation of centrifugal compressor performance with water injection; naca-rm-e51e21; 1951

  562. Cesaro, Richard S., Lazar, James; Graphic analysis of american and british axial-flow turbojet engine performance trends (current and future); naca-rm-51k29; 1951

  563. Vincent, K. R., Gale, B. M.; Altitude performance of J35-A-17 turbojet engine in an altitude chamber; naca-rm-e50i15; 1951

  564. Donald R. Buchele and Pierce B. Day (Lewis Flight Propulsion Laboratory, Cleveland, Ohio); Interferometer with Large Working Field Utilizing Schlieren Optics; naca-rm-e50i27; 1951

  565. W. E. Moeckel (Lewis Flight Propulsion Laboratory, Cleveland, Ohio); Flow Separation Ahead of a Blunt Axially Symmetric Body at Mach Numbers 1.76 to 2.10; naca-rm-e51i25; 1951

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