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    606 records

  1. Maynard I. Weinstein; Performance of supersonic scoop inlets; naca-rm-E52A22; February, 1952

  2. The Division of Research Information; Supplementary bibliography of NACA reports related to instrumentation and research techniques; naca-rm-52d11; Jun 1952

  3. Carl E. Grigsby; Tests at Mach number 1.62 of a series of missile configurations having tandem cruciform lifting surfaces; naca-rm-l51j15; Jan 1952

  4. Charles F. Merlet, Howard S. Carter; Total-pressure recovery of a circular underslung inlet with three different nose shapes at a Mach number of 1.42; naca-rm-l51k05; Feb 1952

  5. H. Kurt Strass, E. M. Fields, Eugene D. Schult; Free-flight measurements of some effects of aileron span, chord, and deflection and of wing flexibility on the rolling effectiveness of ailerons on sweptback wings at Mach numbers between 0.8 and 1.6; naca-rm-l51k16; Jan 1952

  6. H. Kurt Strass; Summary of some effective aerodynamic twisting-moment coefficients of various wing-control configurations at Mach numbers from 0.6 to 1.7 as determined from rocket-powered models; naca-rm-l51k20; Jan 1952

  7. Edward F. Ulmann, Robert W. Dunning; Some effects of fin plan on the static stability of fin body combination at Mach number 4.06; naca-rm-l52d15a; Jul 1952

  8. R. G. MacLeod; Low-speed wind-tunnel investigation of a fixed and a free-floating wing-tip aileron on a wing with leading edge swept back 51.3 degrees; naca-rm-l51h16a; Feb 1952

  9. Merrill H. Mead; Observations of unsteady flow phenomena for an inclined body fitted with stabilizing fins; naca-rm-a51k05; Jan 1952

  10. John F. Stroud; Experimental investigation of the effect of forebody bluntness on the pressure recovery and drag of a twin-scoop inlet-body combination at Mach numbers of 1.4 and 1.7; naca-rm-a51k14; Feb 1952

  11. John R. Spreiter; Downwash and sidewash fields behind cruciform wings; naca-rm-a51l17; Jan 1952

  12. Howard F. Matthews, Walter E. McNeill; The effect of various missile characteristics on airframe frequency response; naca-rm-a51l17a; Jan 1952

  13. John B. McDevitt; A correlation by means of the transonic similarity rules of the experimentally determined characteristics of 22 rectangular wings of symmetrical profile; naca-rm-a51l17b; Feb 1952

  14. Donald W. Smith, Verlin D. Reed; A comparison of the chordwise pressure distribution and spanwise distribution of loading at subsonic speeds on two triangular wings of aspect ratio 2 having NACA 0005 and 0008 sections; naca-rm-a51l21; May 1952

  15. Robert H. Barnes; An analysis of the effect of structural feedback on the flutter of a control surface having a power-boost system; naca-rm-a51i25; Jun 1952

  16. S. Sherman Edwards; Experimental and theoretical study of factors influencing the longitudinal stability of an air-to-air missile at a Mach number of 1.4; naca-rm-a51j19; Jan 1952

  17. Ellis G. Slack; Experimental investigation of heat transfer through laminar and turbulent boundary layers on a cooled flat plate at a mach number of 2.4; naca-tn-2686; Apr 1952

  18. Herbert F. Hardrath, Elmer C. Utley, Jr.; An experimental investigation of the behavior of 24S-T4 aluminum alloy subjected to repeated stresses of constant and varying amplitudes; naca-tn-2798; Oct 1952

  19. Paul Kuhn, Herbert F. Hardrath; An engineering method for estimating notch-size effect in fatigue tests on steel; naca-tn-2805; Oct 1952

  20. Coleman duP. Donaldson, Roy H. Lange; Study of the pressure rise across shock waves required to separate laminar and turbulent boundary layers; naca-rm-l52c21; may 1952

  21. Alexander D. Hammond, James M. Watson; The aerodynamic characteristics at transonic speeds of an all-movable, tapered, 45 degrees sweptback, aspect-ratio-4 tail surface deflected about a skewed hinge axis; naca-rm-l52d28; Jul 1952

  22. Harvey H. Hubbard; A survey of the aircraft-noise problem with special reference to its physical aspects; naca-tn-2701; May 1952

  23. Chung-Hua Wu, Curtis A. Brown, Vasily D. Prian; An approximate method of determining the subsonic flow in an arbitrary stream filament of revolution cut by arbitrary turbomachine blades; naca-tn-2702; Jun 1952

  24. Charles E. Shepard, Isidore Warshawsky; Electrical techniques for compensation of thermal time lag of thermocouples and resistance thermometer elements; naca-tn-2703; May 1952

  25. Joseph Marin, W. P. Hughes; Fatigue strengths of 14S-T4 aluminum alloy subjected to biaxial tensile stresses; naca-tn-2704; Jun 1952

  26. Robert H Wasserman; Theory of supersonic potential flow in turbomachines; naca-tn-2705; Jun 1952

  27. Donald J. Michel, John Mizisin, Vasily Prian; Effect of changing passage configuration on internal-flow characteristics of a 48-inch centrifugal compressor; naca-tn-2706; May 1952

  28. Arthur L. Jones, John S. White; Analogue-computer simulation of an autopilot servo system having nonlinear response characteristics; naca-tn-2707; Jun 1952

  29. Wallace E. Howell; Comparison of three multicylinder icing meters and critique of multicylinder method; naca-tn-2708; Jun 1952

  30. Darnley M. Howard, Frank C. Smith; Fatigue and static tests of flush-riveted joints; naca-tn-2709; Jun 1952

  31. Ivan E. Beckwith, Herbert W. Ridyard, Nancy Cromer; The aerodynamic design of high Mach number nozzles utilizing axisymmetric flow with application to a nozzle of square test section; naca-tn-2711; Jun 1952

  32. John H. Hilton, Jr.; Flow characteristics over a lifting wedge of finite aspect ratio with attached and detached shock waves at a Mach number of 1.40; naca-tn-2712; Jun 1952

  33. Sidney C. Huntley; Effect of compressor-outlet air bleed on performance of a centrifugal-flow turbojet engine with a constant-area jet nozzle; naca-tn-2713; Jun 1952

  34. Almer D. Crim, Marlin E. Hazen; Normal accelerations and operating conditions encountered by a helicopter in air-mail operations; naca-tn-2714; Jun 1952

  35. Julian H. Kainer, Mary Dowd King; The theoretical characteristics of triangular-tip control surfaces at supersonic speeds Mach lines behind trailing edges; naca-tn-2715; Jul 1952

  36. R. S. Barker; Effect of open circular holes on tensile strength and elongation of sheet specimens of a magnesium alloy; naca-tn-2716; Jun 1952

  37. H. W. Eickner, W. Z. Olson, R. F. Blomquist; Effect of temperatures from -70 to 600 F on strength of adhesive-bonded lap shear specimens of clad 24S-T3 Aluminum alloy and of cotton-and glass-fabric plastic laminates; naca-tn-2717; Jun 1952

  38. Hans J. Reissner, Leonard Meyerhoff, Martin Bloom; Two-dimensional steady nonviscous and viscous compressible flow through a system of equidistant blades; naca-tn-2718; Jun 1952

  39. E. Epremian, R. F. Mehl; Investigation of statistical nature of fatigue properties; naca-tn-2719; Jun 1952

  40. W. F. Lindsey, Milton D. Humphreys; Effects of aspect ratio on air flow at high subsonic Mach numbers; naca-tn-2720; Jul 1952

  41. Franklin K. Moore; Displacement effect of a three-dimensional boundary layer; naca-tn-2722; Jun 1952

  42. Franklin K. Moore; Use of the boundary layer of a cone to measure supersonic flow inclination; naca-tn-2723; Jun 1952

  43. Keith C. Harder; Transonic similarity rules for lifting wings; naca-tn-2724; Jun 1952

  44. W. E. Moeckel; Interaction of oblique shock waves with regions of variable pressure, entropy, and energy; naca-tn-2725; Jun 1952

  45. John R. Spreiter; On the application of transonic similarity rules; naca-tn-2726; Jun 1952

  46. John P. Roberts, Leo L. Beranek; Experiments in external noise reduction of a small pusher-type amphibian airplane; naca-tn-2727; Jul 1952

  47. Samuel Kraus; An analysis of supersonic flow in the region of the leading edge of curved airfoils, including charts for determining surface-pressure gradient and shock-wave curvature; naca-tn-2729; Jun 1952

  48. W. F. Lindsey; Choking of a subsonic induction tunnel by the flow from an induction nozzle; naca-tn-2730; Jul 1952

  49. H. J. Hamjian, W. G. Lidman; Influence of structure on properties of sintered chromium carbide; naca-tn-2731; Jun 1952

  50. Leo Cohen; Theoretical investigation of velocity diagrams of a single-stage turbine for a turbojet engine at maximum thrust per square foot turbine frontal area; naca-tn-2732; Jun 1952

  51. E. R. G. Eckert, John N. B. Livingood; Method for calculation of heat transfer in laminar region of air flow around cylinders of arbitrary cross section (including large temperature differences and transpiration cooling); naca-tn-2733; Jun 1952

  52. Robert K. Souter, Joseph B. Emerson; Summary of available hail literature and the effect of hail on aircraft in flight; naca-tn-2734; Sep 1952

  53. Walter G. Walker, Paul W. J. Schumacher; An analysis of the normal accelerations and airspeeds of a two-engine type of transport airplane in commercial operations on routes in the central United States from 1948 to 1950; naca-tn-2735; Jul 1952

  54. James J. Kramer, John D. Stanitz; Two-dimensional shear flow in a 90 degree elbow; naca-tn-2736; Jun 1952

  55. Joseph Marin, H. A. B. Wiseman; Plastic stress-strain relations for combined tension and compression; naca-tn-2737; Jul 1952

  56. Bernard Mazelsky, Joseph A. Drischler; Numerical determination of indicial lift and moment functions for a two-dimensional sinking and pitching airfoil at Mach numbers 0.5 and 0.6; naca-tn-2739; Jul 1952

  57. Randall C. Maydew, Constantine C. Pappas; Experimental investigation of the local and average skin friction in the laminar boundary layer on a flat plate at a Mach number of 2.4; naca-tn-2740; Jul 1952

  58. John D. Bird, Jacob H. Lichtenstein, Byron M. Jaquet; Investigation of the influence of fuselage and tail surfaces on low-speed static stability and rolling characteristics of a swept-wing model; naca-tn-2741; Jul 1952

  59. Paul F. Brinich, Nick S. Diaconis; Boundary-layer development and skin friction at mach number 3.05; naca-tn-2742; Jul 1952

  60. W. Flugge; Landing-gear impact; naca-tn-2743; Oct 1952

  61. Milton D. Van Dyke; Practical calculation of second-order supersonic flow past nonlifting bodies of revolution; naca-tn-2744; Jul 1952

  62. J. W. Freeman, J. F. Ewing, A. E. White; Influence of chemical composition on rupture test properties at 1500 F of forged chromium-cobalt-nickel-iron base alloys; naca-tn-2745;

  63. F. N. Rhines, A. W. Cochardt; Preview of behavior of grain boundaries in creep of aluminum bicrystals; naca-tn-2746; Jul 1952

  64. Chung-Hua Wu, Curtis A. Brown, Eleanor L. Costilow; Analysis of flow in a subsonic mixed-flow impeller; naca-tn-2749; Aug 1952

  65. Chung-Hau Wu; Matrix and relaxation solutions that determine subsonic through flow in an axial-flow gas turbine; naca-tn-2750; Jul 1952

  66. Franklin W. Diederich; A simple approximate method for calculating spanwise lift distributions and aerodynamic influence coefficients; naca-tn-2751; Aug 1952

  67. Neal Tetervin, David A. Levine; A study of the stability of the laminar boundary layer as affected by changes in the boundary-layer thickness in regions of pressure gradient and flow through the surface; naca-tn-2752; Aug 1952

  68. James E. Fitzpatrick, WIlliam C. Schneider; Effects of Mach number variation between 0.07 and 0.34 and Reynolds number variation between 0.97 x 10(exp 6) and 8.10 x 10(exp 6) power on the maximum lift coefficient of a wing of NACA 64-210 airfoil sections; naca-tn-2753; Aug 1952

  69. James L. Amick; A method of selecting the thickness, hollowness, and size of a supersonic wing for least drag and sufficient bending strength at specified flight conditions; naca-tn-2754; Jul 1952

  70. Leslie W. Lassiter; Noise from intermittent jet engines and steady-flow jet engines with rough burning; naca-tn-2756; Aug 1952

  71. Leslie W. Lassiter, Harvey H. Hubbard; Experimental studies of noise from subsonic jets in still air; naca-tn-2757; Aug 1952

  72. Robert L. Johnson, Max A. Swikert, Edmond E. Bisson; Wear and sliding friction properties of nickel alloys suited for cages of high-temperature rolling-contact bearings I : alloys retaining mechanical properties to 600 F; naca-tn-2758; Aug 1952

  73. Robert L. Johnson, Max A. Swikert, Edmond E. Bisson; Wear and sliding friction properties of nickel alloys suited for cages of high-temperature rolling-contact bearings II : alloys retaining mechanical properties above 600 F; naca-tn-2759; Aug 1952

  74. Paul Seide; Derivation of stability criterions for box beams with longitudinally stiffened covers connected by posts; naca-tn-2760; Aug 1952

  75. Almer d. Crim, John P. Reeder, James B. Whitten; Instrument-flight results obtained with a combined-signal flight indicator modified for helicopter use; naca-tn-2761; Aug 1952

  76. John M. Riebe, Rodger L. Naeseth; Aerodynamic characteristics of three deep-step planing-tail flying-boat hulls and a transverse-step hull with extended afterbody; naca-tn-2762; Aug 1952

  77. John C. Houbolt, Eldon E. Kordes; Gust-response analysis of an airplane including wing bending flexibility; naca-tn-2763; Aug 1952

  78. Dorris M. Ehret; Accuracy of approximate methods for predicting pressures on pointed nonlifting bodies of revolution in supersonic flow; naca-tn-2764; Aug 1952

  79. Eziaslav N. Harrin; A flight investigation of the effect of shape and thickness of the boundary layer on the pressure distribution in the presence of shock; naca-tn-2765; Sep 1952

  80. Richard R. Heldenfels, William M. Roberts; Experimental and theoretical determination of thermal stresses in a flat; naca-tn-2769; Aug 1952

  81. Myron L. Gossard, Paul Seide, William M. Roberts; Thermal buckling of plates; naca-tn-2771; Aug 1952

  82. Perry L. Blackshear, Jr.; Driving standing waves by heat addition; naca-tn-2772; Aug 1952

  83. Mitchel H. Bertram; An approximate method for determining the displacement effects and viscous drag of laminar boundary layers in two-dimensional hypersonic flow; naca-tn-2773; Sep 1952

  84. Neal Tetervin; A method for finding a least-squares polynomial that passes through a specified point with specified derivatives; naca-tn-2774; Sep 1952

  85. Byron M. Jaquet; Effect of linear spanwise variations of twist and circular-arc camber on low-speed static stability, rolling, and yawing characteristics of a 45 degree sweptback wing of aspect ratio 4 and taper ratio 0.6; naca-tn-2775; Aug 1952

  86. John M. Hedgepeth; Theoretical distribution of slip angles in an aggregate of face-centered cubic crystals; naca-tn-2777; Aug 1952

  87. M. A. Sherman; Stress and strain at onset of crazing of polymethyl methacrylate at various temperatures; naca-tn-2778; Sep 1952

  88. B. M. Axilrod, M. A. Sherman, V. Cohen, I. Wolock; Effects of moderate biaxial stretch-forming on tensile and crazing properties of acrylic plastic glazing; naca-tn-2779; Oct 1952

  89. Harry C. Mickleboro, Richard B. Fahrer, C. C. Shufflebarger; Flight investigation of transient wing response on a four-engine bomber airplane in rough air with respect to center-of-gravity accelerations; naca-tn-2780; Sep 1952

  90. H. G. Lew; Bending of thin plates with compound curvature; naca-tn-2782; Oct 1952

  91. Martin B. Biles, J. A. Putnam; Use of a consolidated porous medium for measurement of flow rate and viscosity of gases at elevated pressures and temperatures; naca-tn-2783; Sep 1952

  92. Morris Morduchow, Joseph H. Clarke; Method for calculation of compressible laminar boundary-layer characteristics in axial pressure gradient with zero heat transfer; naca-tn-2784; Sep 1952

  93. Stanley U. Benscoter, Richard H. MacNeal; Introduction to electrical-circuit analogies for beam analysis; naca-tn-2785; Sep 1952

  94. Stanley U. Benscoter, Richard H. MacNeal; Equivalent-plate theory for a straight multicell wing; naca-tn-2786; Sep 1952

  95. Dean R. Chapman; Airfoil profiles for minimum pressure drag at supersonic velocities : application of shock-expansion theory, including consideration of hypersonic range; naca-tn-2787; Sep 1952

  96. S. F. Murray, Robert L. Johnson; Effects of solvents in improving boundary lubrication of steel by silicones; naca-tn-2788; Sep 1952

  97. A. J. Eggers; On the calculation of flow about objects traveling at high supersonic speeds; naca-tn-2811; Oct 1952

  98. C. W. MacGregor, N. Grossman; Effects of cyclic loading on mechanical behavior of 24S-T4 and 75S-T6 aluminum alloys and SAE 4130 steel; naca-tn-2812; Oct 1952

  99. Robert F. Smiley; The application of planing characteristics to the calculation of the water-landing loads and motions of seaplanes of arbitrary constant cross section; naca-tn-2814; Nov 1952

  100. Joseph L. Sims, Emmanuel Schnitzer; A theoretical investigation of the effect of partial wing lift of hydrodynamic landing characteristics of V-bottom seaplanes in step impacts; naca-tn-2815; Nov 1952

  101. Robert F. Smiley; Water-pressure distribution during landings of a prismatic model having an angle of dead rise of 22 1/2 degrees and beam-loading coefficients of 0.48 and 0.97; naca-tn-2816; Nov 1952

  102. Robert F. Smiley; A theoretical and experimental investigation of the effects of yaw on pressures, forces, and moments during seaplane landings and planing; naca-tn-2817; Nov 1952

  103. Stephen H. Maslen; Second approximation to laminar compressible boundary layer on flat plate in slip flow; naca-tn-2818; Nov 1952

  104. Jacob H. Lichtenstein, James L. Williams; Effect of high-lift devices on the static-lateral-stability derivatives of a 45 degree sweptback wing of aspect ratio 4.0 and taper ratio 0.6 in combination with a body; naca-tn-2819; Nov 1952

  105. Marvin Shinbrot; An analysis of the errors in curve-fitting problems with an application to the calculation of stability parameters from flight data; naca-tn-2820; Nov 1952

  106. J. W. Clark; Torsion tests of aluminum-alloy stiffened circular cylinders; naca-tn-2821; Nov 1952

  107. J. W. Clark; Torsion tests of aluminum-alloy stiffened circular cylinders; naca-tn-2823; Nov 1952

  108. Stanley F. Racisz; Effects of independent variations of mach number and reynolds number on the maximum lift coefficients of four NACA 6-series airfoil sections; naca-tn-2824; Nov 1952

  109. Gerald E. Nitzberg, Stewart M. Crandall; A comparative examination of some measurements of airfoil section lift and drag at supercritical speeds; naca-tn-2825; Nov 1952

  110. J. R. Ketchum, R. T. Craig; Simulation of linearized dynamics of gas-turbine engines; naca-tn-2826; Nov 1952

  111. E. B. Klunker, Conrad Rennemann, Jr.; Effect of a finite trailing-edge thickness on the drag of rectangular and delta wings at supersonic speeds; naca-tn-2828; Nov 1952

  112. George P. Wood; Experiments on transonic flow around wedges; naca-tn-2829; Nov 1952

  113. William M. Schulze, George C. Ashby, Jr., John R. Erwin; Several combination probes for surveying static and total pressure and flow direction; naca-tn-2830; Nov 1952

  114. Margery E. Hannah, Kenneth Margolis; Span load distributions resulting from constant angle of attack, steady rolling velocity, steady pitching velocity, and constant vertical acceleration for tapered sweptback wings with streamwise tips subsonic leading edges and supersonic trailing ...; naca-tn-2831; Dec 1952

  115. Walter G. Vincenti, Cleo B. Wagoner; Theoretical study of the transonic lift of a double-wedge profile with detached bow wave; naca-tn-2832; Dec 1952

  116. Roy Steiner; An analysis of normal accelerations and airspeeds of one type of twin-engine transport airplane in commercial operations over a northern transcontinental route; naca-tn-2833; Now 1952

  117. John D. Stanitz, Gaylord O. Ellis; Flow surfaces in rotating axial-flow passages; naca-tn-2834; Nov 1952

  118. John Mizisin, Donald J. Michel; Effect of changing passage configuration on internal-flow characteristics of a 48-inch centrifugal compressor II : change in hub shape; naca-tn-2835; Nov 1952

  119. D. C. Hamilton, W. R. Morgan; Radiant-interchange configuration factors; naca-tn-2836; Dec 1952

  120. I. J. Kolodner, F. Reiche, H. F. Ludloff; Corrections for drag, lift, and moment of an axially symmetrical body placed in a supersonic tunnel having a two-dimensional pressure gradient; naca-tn-2837; Nov 1952

  121. Virgil E. Schrock; Calorimetric determination of constant-pressure specific heats of carbon dioxide at elevated pressures and temperatures; naca-tn-2838; Dec 1952

  122. John P. Reeder, James B. Whitten; Some effects of varying the damping in pitch and roll on the flying qualities of a small single-rotor helicopter; naca-tn-2459; Jan 1952

  123. Y. C. Fung, A. Kaplan; Buckling of low arches or curved beams of small curvature; naca-tn-2840; Nov 1952

  124. Nemeth, Zolton N Macks, E Fred Anderson, William J; Investigation of 75-millimeter-bore deep-groove ball bearings under radial load at high speeds I : oil-flow-studies; naca-tn-2841; December 1952

  125. Ulysse J. Blanchard; The planing characteristics of a surface having a basic angle of dead rise of 40 degrees and horizontal chine flare; naca-tn-2842; Dec 1952

  126. James C. Laurence, L. Gene Landes; Auxiliary equipment and techniques for adapting the constant-temperature hot-wire anemometer to specific problems in air-flow measurements; naca-tn-2843; Nov 1952

  127. John Dimeff, Ralph K. Hallett, Jr., C. Frederick Hansen; X-ray instrumentation for density measurements in a supersonic flow field; naca-tn-2845; Dec 1952

  128. Robert L. Johnson, Max A. Swikert, Edmond E. Bisson; Effective lubrication range for steel surfaces boundary lubricated at high sliding velocities by various classes of synthetic fluids; naca-tn-2846; Dec 1952

  129. Robert E. Dannenberg, James A. Weiberg; Section characteristics of a 10.5-percent-thick airfoil with area suction as affected by chordwise distribution of permeability; naca-tn-2847; Dec 1952

  130. Charles E. Frank, Angus U. Blackham, Donald E. Swarts; Investigation of spontaneous ignition temperatures of organic compounds with particular emphasis on lubricants; naca-tn-2848; Dec 1952

  131. H. F. Ludloff, M. B. Friedman; Corrections for lift, drag, and moment of an airfoil in a supersonic tunnel having a given static pressure gradient; naca-tn-2849; Dec 1952

  132. Henry B. Suydam; Hydrodynamic characteristics of a low-drag, planing-tail flying boat hull; naca-tn-2481; Jan 1952

  133. Jerome B. Hammack; The aerodynamic design of supersonic propellers from structural considerations; naca-tn-2851; Dec 1952

  134. Carr B. Neel, Jr.; An investigation utilizing an electrical analogue of cyclic de-icing of a hollow steel propeller with an external blade shoe; naca-tn-2852; Dec 1952

  135. W. F. Lindsey, Bernard N. Daley; Effect of compressibility on the flow past a two-dimensional bump; naca-tn-2484; Apr 1952

  136. Robert S. Ruggeri; General correlation of temperature profiles downstream of a heated air jet directed at various angles to air stream; naca-tn-2855; Dec 1952

  137. Alfred A. Marino, N. Mastrocola; Wind-tunnel investigation of the contribution of a vertical tail to the directional stability of a fighter-type airplane; naca-tn-2488;

  138. Albert A Schy, Ordway B. Gates, Jr.; A theoretical method of analyzing the effects of yaw-damper dynamics on the stability of an aircraft equipped with a second-order yaw damper; naca-tn-2857; Dec 1952

  139. Arthur Henderson, Jr.; Supersonic wave drag of nonlifting delta wings with linearly varying thickness ratio; naca-tn-2858; Dec 1952

  140. Blake W. Corson, Jr., Julian D. Maynard; The Langley 2,000-horsepower propeller dynamometer and tests at high speed of an NACA 10-(3)(08)-03 two-blade propeller; naca-tn-2859; Dec 1952

  141. Herbert S. Ribner, E. Leonard Arnoff; Interaction between a supersonic stream and a parallel subsonic stream bounded by fluid at rest; naca-tn-2860; Dec 1952

  142. J. M. Hodge, W. T. Lankford; Influence of nonmartensitic transformation products on mechanical properties of tempered martensite; naca-tn-2862; Dec 1952

  143. Simon Ostrach; Laminar natural-convection flow and heat transfer of fluids with and without heat sources in channels with constant wall temperatures; naca-tn-2863; Dec 1952

  144. B. F. Ruffner, Eloise Hout; Stresses and deformations in wings subjected to torsion; naca-tn-2600; Feb 1952

  145. Manuel Stein, J. Mayers; Compressive buckling of simply supported curved plates and cylinders of sandwich construction; naca-tn-2601; Jan 1952

  146. W. D. Manly, Paul A. Beck; Survey of the chromium-cobalt-nickel phase diagram at 1200 C; naca-tn-2602; Feb 1952

  147. E. L. Kamen, Paul A. Beck; Survey of portions of the cobalt-chromium-iron-nickel quaternary system; naca-tn-2603; Feb 1952

  148. Chung-Hua Wu; A general theory of three-dimensional flow in subsonic and supersonic turbomachines of axial-, radial-, and mixed-flow types; naca-tn-2604; Jan 1952

  149. Alvin H. Sacks; Behavior of vortex system behind cruciform wings - motions of fully rolled-up vortices; naca-tn-2605; Jan 1952

  150. Arleigh P. Helfer; Electrical pressure integrator; naca-tn-2607; Jun 1952

  151. Harold Mirels; Estimate of slip effect on compressible laminar-boundary-layer skin friction; naca-tn-2609; Jan 1952

  152. John D. Stanitz; One-dimensional compressible flow in vaneless diffusers of radial- and mixed-flow centrifugal compressors, including effects of friction, heat transfer and area change; naca-tn-2610; Jan 1952

  153. W. Flugge; Stress problems in pressurized cabins; naca-tn-2612; Feb 1952

  154. Bernard Mazelsky; Determination of indicial lift and moment of a two-dimensional pitching airfoil at subsonic mach numbers from oscillatory coefficients with numerical calculations for a Mach number of 0.7; naca-tn-2613; Feb 1952

  155. Frank E. Marble, Irving Michelson; Analytical investigation of some three-dimensional flow problems in turbomachines; naca-tn-2614; Mar 1952

  156. Carr B. Neel, Jr., Charles P. Steinmetz; The calculated and measured performance characteristics of a heated-wire liquid-water-content meter for measuring icing severity; naca-tn-2615; Jan 1952

  157. J. C. Evvard, Lawrence R. Marcus; Achievement of continuous wall curvature in design of two-dimensional symmetrical supersonic nozzles; naca-tn-2616; Jan 1952

  158. A. D. Schwope, F. R. Shober, L. R. Jackson; Creep in metals; naca-tn-2618;

  159. Kenneth Margolis; Some remarks on an approximate method of estimating the wave drag due to thickness at supersonic speeds of three-dimensional wings with arbitrary profile; naca-tn-2619; Feb 1952

  160. Chi-Teh Wang; Principle and application of complementary energy method for thin homogeneous and sandwich plates and shells with finite deflections; naca-tn-2620; Feb 1952

  161. E. B. Klunker, Keith C. Harder; Comparison of supersonic minimum-drag airfoils determined by linear and nonlinear theory; naca-tn-2623; Feb 1952

  162. Gordon L. Dugger, Sheldon Heimel; Flame speeds of methane-air, propane-air, and ethylene-air mixtures at low initial temperatures; naca-tn-2624; Feb 1952

  163. Walter G. Walker, Roy Steiner; Summary of acceleration and airspeed data from commercial transport airplanes during the period from 1933 to 1945; naca-tn-2625; Feb 1952

  164. John R. Meyer, Jr.; An investigation of bending-moment distribution on a model helicopter rotor blade and a comparison with theory; naca-tn-2626; Feb 1952

  165. Stanley Fultz, M. L. Pool; Coincidence method applied to ion beam measurement; naca-tn-2627; Feb 1952

  166. Douglas Godfrey, Edmond E. Bisson; Bonding of molybdenum disulfide to various materials to form a solid lubricating film I : the bonding mechanism; naca-tn-2628; Feb 1952

  167. R. G. Deissler, C. S. Eian; Analytical and experimental investigation of fully developed turbulent flow of air in a smooth tube with heat transfer with variable fluid properties; naca-tn-2629; Feb 1952

  168. Robert V. Hess; A solution of the Navier-Stokes equation for source and sink flows of a viscous heat-conducting compressible fluid; naca-tn-2630; Feb 1952

  169. Frank M. Hamaker, Thomas J. Wong; The similarity law for nonsteady hypersonic flows and requirements for the dynamical similarity of related bodies in free flight; naca-tn-2631; Feb 1952

  170. Fred M. Reinhart; Corrosion of magnesium alloy ZK60A in marine atmosphere and tidewater; naca-tn-2632; Feb 1952

  171. Ralph W. Stone, Jr.; Estimation of the maximum angle of sideslip for determination of vertical-tail loads in rolling maneuvers; naca-tn-2633; Feb 1952

  172. Gene J. Delio; Evaluation of three methods for determining dynamic characteristics of a turbojet engine; naca-tn-2634; Feb 1952

  173. Simon Ostrach; An analysis of laminar free-convection flow and heat transfer about a flat plate parallel to the direction of the generating body force; naca-tn-2635; Feb 1952

  174. Fred E. Macks, William J. Anderson, Zolton N. Nemeth; Influence of lubricant viscosity on operating temperatures of 75-millimeter-bore cylindrical-roller bearing at high speeds; naca-tn-2636; Feb 1952

  175. Paul Seide; Compressive buckling of flat rectangular metalite type sandwich plates with simply supported loaded edges and clamped unloaded edges; naca-tn-2637; Feb 1952

  176. H. J. Grover, W. S. Hyler, 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 1.5; naca-tn-2639; Feb 1952

  177. P. P. Bijlaard, G. P. Fisher; Interaction of column and local buckling in compression members; naca-tn-2640; Mar 1952

  178. John C. Martin; A vector study of linearized supersonic flow applications to nonplanar problems; naca-tn-2641; Jun 1952

  179. Marcel Dandois, David Novik; Application of linear analysis to an experimental investigation of a turbojet engine with proportional speed control; naca-tn-2642; Feb 1952

  180. John C. Martin, Isabella Jeffreys; Span load distributions resulting from angle of attack, rolling, and pitching for tapered sweptback wings with streamwise tips; naca-tn-2643; Jul 1952

  181. Dale L. Burrows, Milton A. Schwartzberg; Experimental investigation of an NACA 64A010 airfoil section with 41 suction slots on each surface for control of laminar boundary layer; naca-tn-2644; Apr 1952

  182. Dean C. Lindquist; Effects of wing lift and weight on landing-gear loads; naca-tn-2645; Mar 1952

  183. A. J. Eggers, Jr., Clarence A. Syvertson; Inviscid flow about airfoils at high supersonic speeds; naca-tn-2646; Mar 1952

  184. Philip Schwed; Implication of the transport equation for the semiempirical treatment of shields; naca-tn-2647; Mar 1952

  185. S. E. Slaymaker, Robert R. Lynn, Robin B. Gray; Experimental investigation of transition of a model helicopter rotor from hovering to vertical autorotation; naca-tn-2648; Mar 1952

  186. William B. Briggs; Effect of Mach number on the flow and application of compressibility corrections in a two-dimensional subsonic-transonic compressor cascade having varied porous-wall suction at the blade tips; naca-tn-2649; Mar 1952

  187. M. L. Pool, S. Fultz; Radioautographic method for examining distribution of particles in a cyclotron beam; naca-tn-2650; Mar 1952

  188. Stephen H. Maslen; Supersonic conical flow; naca-tn-2651; Mar 1952

  189. John D. Stanitz, Gaylord O. Ellis; Two-dimensional flow on general surfaces of revolution in turbomachines; naca-tn-2654; Mar 1952

  190. Paul A. Libby, Morris Morduchow, Martin Bloom; Critical study of integral methods in compressible laminar boundary layers; naca-tn-2655; Mar 1952

  191. Walter Castles, Jr., Noah C. New; A blade-element analysis for lifting rotors that is applicable for large inflow and blade angles and any reasonable blade geometry; naca-tn-2656; Jul 1952

  192. Artur Mager, Arthur G. Hansen; Laminar boundary layer over flat plate in a flow having circular streamlines; naca-tn-2658; Mar 1952

  193. John L. Patterson; A miniature electrical pressure gage utilizing a stretched flat diagram; naca-tn-2659; Apr 1952

  194. Harry Press; An approach to the prediction of the frequency distribution of gust loads on airplanes in normal operations; naca-tn-2660; Apr 1952

  195. Paul Kuhn, James P. Peterson, L. Ross Levin; A summary of diagonal tension Part I : methods of analysis; naca-tn-2661; May 1952

  196. Paul Kuhn, James P. Peterson, L. Ross Levin; A summary of diagonal tension Part II : experimental evidence; naca-tn-2662; May 1952

  197. Harry Press, Robert L. McDougal; The gust and gust-load experience of a twin-engine low-altitude transport airplane in operation on a northern transcontinental route; naca-tn-2663; Apr 1952

  198. Howard A. Stine, Richard Scherrer; Experimental investigation of the turbulent-boundary-layer temperature-recovery factor on bodies of revolution at Mach numbers from 2.0 to 3.8; naca-tn-2664; Mar 1952

  199. Alfred Gessow, Almer D. Crim; An extension of lifting rotor theory to cover operation at large angles of attack and high inflow conditions; naca-tn-2665; Apr 1952

  200. G. V. R. Rao; Two-dimensional subsonic flow past elliptic cylinder by the variational method; naca-tn-2666; Mar 1952

  201. W. D. Hayes, R. C. Roberts, N. Haaser; Generalized linearized conical flow; naca-tn-2667; Mar 1952

  202. Daniel Friedman, Willard R. Westphal; Experimental investigation of a 90 degree cascade diffusing bend with an area ratio of 1.45:1 and with several inlet boundary layers; naca-tn-2668; Apr 1952

  203. Barry Moskowitz; Approximate theory for calculation of lift of bodies, afterbodies, and combinations of bodies; naca-tn-2669; Apr 1952

  204. Milton D. Van Dyke; High-speed subsonic characteristics of 16 NACA 6-series airfoil sections; naca-tn-2670; Mar 1952

  205. Chi-Teh Wang, Harry Zukerberg; Investigation of stress distribution in rectangular plates with longitudinal stiffeners under axial compression after buckling; naca-tn-2671; Mar 1952

  206. Reece V. Hensley; Theoretical augmentation of turbine-propeller engine by compressor-inlet water injection, tail-pipe burning, and their combination; naca-tn-2672; Mar 1952

  207. Reece V. Hensley; Theoretical performance of an axial-flow compressor in a gas-turbine engine operating with inlet water injection; naca-tn-2673; Mar 1952

  208. John D. Bird, Donald R. Riley; Some experiments on visualization of flow fields behind low-aspect-ratio wings by means of a tuft grid; naca-tn-2674; May 1952

  209. R. Fabian Goranson, Christopher C. Kraft, Jr.; Measurements of flying qualities of an F-47D-30 airplane to determine lateral and directional stability and control characteristics; naca-tn-2675; Jul 1952

  210. Jack N. Nielsen, William C. Pitts; Wing-body interference at supersonic speeds with an application to combinations with rectangular wings; naca-tn-2677; Apr 1952

  211. A. I Rush, J. W. Freeman, A. E. White; Abnormal grain growth in S-816 alloy; naca-tn-2678; Apr 1952

  212. Paul Seide; The stability under longitudinal compression of flat symmetric corrugated-core sandwich plates with simply supported loaded edges and simply supported or clamped unloaded edges; naca-tn-2679; Apr 1952

  213. Gordon L. Dugger, Dorothy D. Graab; Flame speeds of 2,2,4-trimethylpentane-oxygen-nitrogen mixtures; naca-tn-2680; Apr 1952

  214. Willard R. Wesphal, James C. Dunavant; A compressible-flow plotting device and its application to cascade flows; naca-tn-2681; Apr 1952

  215. Mark R. Nichols, Edwin B. Goral; A low-speed investigation of a fuselage-side air inlet for use at transonic flight speeds; naca-tn-2684; Apr 1952

  216. Mark R. Nichols, Donald W. Rinkoski; A low-speed investigation of an annular transonic air inlet; naca-tn-2685; Apr 1952

  217. Adolf Busemann; Application of transonic similarity; naca-tn-2687; Apr 1952

  218. John C. Evvard, Stephen H. Maslen; Three-dimensional supersonic nozzles and inlets of arbitrary exit cross section; naca-tn-2688; Apr 1952

  219. Jacob H. Lichtenstein; Effect of high-lift devices on the low-speed static lateral and yawing stability characteristics of an untapered 45 degrees sweptback wing; naca-tn-2689; May 1952

  220. C. Frederick Hansen, George J. Nothwang; Condensation of air in supersonic wind tunnels and its effects on flow about models; naca-tn-2690; Apr 1952

  221. Seymour Lieblein; Theoretical and experimental analysis of one-dimensional compressible flow in a rotating radial-inlet impeller channel; naca-tn-2691; Apr 1952

  222. Coleman DuP. Donaldson; On the form of the turbulent skin-friction law and its extension to compressible flows; naca-tn-2692; May 1952

  223. Walton L. Howes, Donald R. Buchele; A theory and method for applying interferometry to the measurement of certain two-dimensional gaseous density fields; naca-tn-2693; Apr 1952

  224. Stanford E. Neice; A method for stabilizing shock waves in channel flow by means of a surge chamber; naca-tn-2694; Jun 1953

  225. William N. Harrison, Joseph W. Pitts, Joseph C. Richmond, Stanley G. Benner; Migration of cobalt during firing of ground-coat enamels on iron; naca-tn-2695; Jun 1952

  226. L. D. McGraw, C. A. Snavely, H. L. Moore, P. T. Woodberry, C. L. Faust; A fundamental study of the mechanism by which hydrogen enters metals during chemical and electrochemical processing; naca-tn-2696; Apr 1952

  227. George B. Brajnikoff; Method and graphs for the evaluation of air-induction systems; naca-tn-2697; May 1952

  228. Robert W. Miller; Theoretical analysis of hydrodynamic impact of a prismatic float having freedom in trim; naca-tn-2698; Jun 1952

  229. John C. Martin, Kenneth Margolis, Isabella Jeffreys; Calculation of lift and pitching moments due to angle of attack and steady pitching velocity at supersonic speeds for thin sweptback tapered wings with streamwise tips and supersonic leading and trailing edges; naca-tn-2699; Jun 1952

  230. George E. Kaattari, Jack N. Nielsen, William C. Pitts; Method for estimating pitching-moment interference of wing-body combinations at supersonic speed; naca-rm-a52b06; Apr 1952

  231. John C. Heitmeyer, Robert B. Petersen; 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 0005-63 thickness distributions; naca-rm-a52b08; Apr 1952

  232. Simon C. Sommer, James A. Stark; The effect of bluntness on the drag of spherical-tipped truncated cones of fineness ratio 3 at Mach numbers 1.2 to 7.4; naca-rm-a52b13; Apr 1952

  233. Bruce E. Tinling, Armando E. Lopez; The effects of Reynolds number at Mach numbers up to 0.94 on the loading on a 35 degree swept-back wing having NACA 65(1)A012 streamwise sections; naca-rm-a52b20; Jun 1952

  234. Robert S. Chubb; Experimental investigation of the static aerodynamic and dynamic damping-in-roll characteristics of an 8-cm aircraft rocket with solid and slotted fins; naca-rm-a52c04; Jun 1952

  235. Donald Conrard; Lift, drag, and pitching moment of low-aspect-ratio wings at subsonic and supersonic speeds : plane triangular wing of aspect ratio 3 with air-to-air missile models mounted externally; naca-rm-a52c10a; Jun 1952

  236. Forrest E. Gowen, Edward W. Perkins; Drag of circular cylinders for a wide range of Reynolds numbers and Mach numbers; naca-rm-a52c20; Jun 1952

  237. Thomas N. Canning, Billy Pat Denardo; Investigation of lift and center of pressure of low-aspect-ratio, cruciform, triangular, and rectangular wings in combination with a slender fuselage at high supersonic speeds; naca-rm-a52c24; Jun 1952

  238. John W. Boyd; Aerodynamic characteristics of two 25-percent-area trailing-edge flaps on an aspect ratio 2 triangular wing at subsonic and supersonic speeds; naca-rm-a52d01c; Jul 1952

  239. Dean R. Chapman, Robert H. Kester; Effect of trailing edge thickness on lift at supersonic velocities; naca-rm-a52d17; Jul 1952

  240. John C. Heitmeyer; 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 rounded nose section; naca-rm-a52d23; Jul 1952

  241. Jack N. Nielsen, George E. Kaattari, William C. Drake; Comparison between prediction and experiment for all-movable wing and body combinations at supersonic speeds : lift, pitching moment, and hinge moment; naca-rm-a52d29; Aug 1952

  242. Duane W. Dugan; Effects of three types of blunt trailing edges on the aerodynamic characteristics of a plane tapered wing of aspect ratio 3.1, with a 3-percent- thick biconvex section; naca-rm-a52e01; Jul 1952

  243. John O. Reller, Jr., Frank M. Hamaker; An experimental investigation of the base pressure characteristics of nonlifting bodies of revolution at Mach numbers from 2.73 to 4.98; naca-rm-a52e20; Sep 1952

  244. David H. Dennis, Bernard E. Cunningham; Forces and moments on pointed blunt-nosed bodies of revolution at Mach numbers from 2.75 to 5.00; naca-rm-a52e22; Aug 1952

  245. John C. Heitmeyer, Willard G. Smith; Effects of simulated skin wrinkles on the wing surface on the aerodynamic characteristics of two wing-body combinations employing wings of low aspect ratio at subsonic and supersonic speeds; naca-rm-a52e23; Aug 1952

  246. Marvin Abramovitz; Theoretical investigation of the performance of proportional navigation guidance systems : effect of method of positioning the radar antenna on the speed of response; naca-rm-a52e27; Aug 1952

  247. Benjamin H. Beam; The effects of oscillation amplitude and frequency on the experimental damping in pitch of a triangular wing having an aspect ratio of 4; naca-rm-a52g07; Sep 1952

  248. Edward W. Perkins, Leland H. Jorgensen; Investigation of the drag of various axially symmetric nose shapes of fineness ratio 3 for Mach numbers from 1.24 to 3.67; naca-rm-a52h28; Nov 1952

  249. William C. Triplett, Stuart C. Brown; Lateral and directional dynamic-response characteristics of a 35 degree swept-wing airplane as determined from flight measurements; naca-rm-a52i17; Dec 1952

  250. Elliott D. Katzen, William C. Pitts; Comparison between prediction and experiment for all-movable wing and body; naca-rm-a52i30; Dec 1952

  251. Emil J. Kremzier, Joseph Davids; Performance characteristics of canard-type missile with wing-mounted nacelle engines at Mach numbers 1.5 to 2.0; naca-rm-e52j08; Nov 1952

  252. Alfred S. Valerino; Effects of internal corner fillets on pressure recovery : mass flow characteristics of scoop-type conical supersonic inlets; naca-rm-e52j10; Dec 1952

  253. Leonard J. Obery, Evan A. Fradenburgh, John F. Mello; Influence of fuselage and canard-type control surface on the flow field adjacent to a rearward fuselage station at a Mach number of 2.0 : data presentation; naca-rm-e51k05; Jan 1952

  254. David S. Gabriel, George G. Younger, William R. Mickelsen; Experimental study of isothermal wake-flow characteristics of various flame-holder shapes; naca-rm-e51k07; Jan 1952

  255. K. R. Vincent, S. C. Huntley, H. D. Wilsted; Comparison of locked-rotor and windmilling drag characteristics of an axial-flow-compressor type turbojet engine; naca-rm-e51k15; Jan 1952

  256. Fred T. Esenwein, Carl F. Schueller; Analytical and experimental investigation of inlet-engine matching for turbojet-powered aircraft at Mach numbers up to 2.0; naca-rm-e51k20; Feb 1952

  257. I. Irving Pinkel, John S. Serafini, John L. Gregg; Pressure distribution and aerodynamic coefficients associated with heat addition to supersonic air stream adjacent to two-dimensional supersonic wing; naca-rm-e51k26; Feb 1952

  258. Stanley L. Koutz, Reece V. Hensley; Loitering and range performance of turbojet-powered aircraft determined by off-design engine cycle analysis; naca-rm-e51k29; Feb 1952

  259. Jackson, H Herbert; Flight measurements of the effects of surface condition on the supersonic drag of fin-stabilized parabolic bodies of revolution; naca-rm-l52b26; May 02, 1952

  260. Henry R. Hunczak; Investigation at Mach numbers 2.98 and 2.18 of axially symmetric free-jet diffusion with a ram-jet engine; naca-rm-e51l24; Feb 1952

  261. Richard Hood, WIlliam E. Phillips, Jr.; Dynamic response of turbine-blade temperature to exhaust-gas temperature for gas-turbine engines; naca-rm-e52a14; Feb 1952

  262. Seymour Lieblein, George W. Lewis, Jr., Donald M. Sandercock; Experimental investigation of an axial flow compressor inlet stage operating at transonic relative inlet Mach numbers I : over-all performance of stage with transonic rotor and subsonic stators up to rotor relative inlet Mach number of 1.1; naca-rm-e52a24; Mar 1952

  263. Thomas R. Heaton, William R. Slivka, Leonard F. Westra; Cold-air investigation of a turbine with nontwisted rotor blades suitable for air cooling; naca-rm-e52a25; Mar 1952

  264. Albert M. Lord; An experimental investigation of the combustion properties of a hydrocarbon fuel and several magnesium and boron slurries; naca-rm-e52b01; Apr 1952

  265. Irving A. Johnsen; Investigation of a 10-stage subsonic axial-flow research compressor I : aerodynamic design; naca-rm-e52b18; Apr 1952

  266. Wesley E. Messing, Loren W. Acker; Transonic free-flight drag results of full-scale models of 16-inch-diameter ram-jet engines; naca-rm-e52b19; Apr 1952

  267. George R. Kinney; Internal-film-cooling experiments with 2- and 4-inch smooth-surface tubes and gas temperatures to 2000 F; naca-rm-e52b20; Apr 1952

  268. Emil J. Kremzier, Murray Dryer; Aeronautical interference effects on normal and axial force coefficients of several engine-strut-body configurations at Mach numbers of 1.8 and 2.0; naca-rm-e52b21; Apr 1952

  269. John F. Klapproth, Guy N. Ullman, Edward R. Tysl; Performance of an impulse-type supersonic compressor with stators; naca-rm-e52b22; Apr 1952

  270. S. C. Huntley, H. D. Wilsted; Altitude performance investigation of two flame-holder and fuel-system configurations in short afterburner; naca-rm-e52b25; May 1952

  271. R. G. Dressler, C. S. Eian; Investigation of effective thermal conductivities of powders; naca-rm-e52c05; Jun 1952

  272. John R. Jack, Lawrence I. Gould; 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) II : aerodynamic load distributions of series of five bodies having conical noses and cylindrical afterbodies; naca-rm-e52c10; May 1952

  273. Reeves P. Cochran, Francis S. Stepka, Morton H. Krasner; Experimental investigation of air-cooled turbine blades in turbojet engine XI : internal-strut-supported rotor blade; naca-rm-e52c21; Jun 1952

  274. Warner L. Sterwart, Harold J. Schum, Warren J. Whitney; Investigation of turbines for driving supersonic compressors I : design and performance of first configuration; naca-rm-e52c25; Jun 1952

  275. Andrew E. Abramson; Investigation of internal film cooling of exhaust nozzle of a 1000-pound-thrust liquid-ammonia liquid-oxygen rocket; naca-rm-e52c26; Jun 1952

  276. George W. Lewis, Jr.; Experimental investigation of axial-flow compressor inlet stage operating at transonic relative inlet Mach numbers : blade-coordinate data; naca-rm-e52c27; Jun 1952

  277. Harold L. Bloom; Preliminary survey of boundary-layer development at a nominal Mach number of 5.5; naca-rm-e52d03; Jun 1952

  278. A. J. Cervenka, E. E. Dangle; Effect of fuel-air distribution on performance of a 16-inch ram-jet engine; naca-rm-e52d08; Jun 1952

  279. Ward W. Wilcox; An analysis of the potentialities of a two-stage counterrotating supersonic compressor; naca-rm-e52e01; Jul 1952

  280. Alfred S. Valerino; Performance characteristics at Mach numbers to 2.0 of various types of side inlets mounted on fuselage of proposed supersonic airplane I : two-dimensional compression-ramp inlets with semicircular cowls; naca-rm-e52e02; Jul 1952

  281. George A. Wise, Murray Dryer; Influence of a canard-type control surface on flow field in vicinity of symmetrical fuselage at Mach numbers 1.8 and 2.0; naca-rm-e52e13; Jul 1952

  282. Edgar M. Cortright, Jr., James F. Connors; Survey of some preliminary investigations of supersonic diffusers at high Mach numbers; naca-rm-e52e20; Jul 1952

  283. Wesley E. Messing, Leonard Rabb; Transonic free-flight investigation of the total drag and of the component drags (cowl pressure, additive, base, friction, and internal) encountered by a 16-inch-diameter ram-jet engine for Mach numbers from 0.80 to 1.43; naca-rm-e52f02; Aug 1952

  284. James F. Connors, Richard R. Woollett; Experimental investigation of a two-dimensional split-wing ram-jet inlet at Mach number of 3.85; naca-rm-e52f04; Aug 1952

  285. Murray Dryer, Andrew Beke; Performance characteristics of a normal-shock side inlet located downstream of a canard control surface at Mach numbers of 1.5 and 1.8; naca-rm-e52f09; Jul 1952

  286. L. J. Obery, H. S. Krasnow; Influence of a canard-type control surface on the internal and external performance characteristics of nacelle-mounted supersonic diffusers (conical centerbody) at a rearward body station for a Mach number of 2.0; naca-rm-e52f16; Aug 1952

  287. Edward R. Bartoo, John L. Clure; Experimental investigation of air-cooled turbine blades in turbojet engine XII : cooling effectiveness of a blade with an insert and with fins made of a continuous corrugated sheet; naca-rm-e52f24; Aug 1952

  288. Fred Wilcox, Donald Pennington; Spreading of exhaust jet from 16-inch ram jet at Mach number 2.0; naca-rm-e52f25; Aug 1952

  289. Jack B. Esgar; An analytical method for evaluating factors affecting application of transpiration cooling to gas turbine blades; naca-rm-e52g01; Sep 1952

  290. Robert E. English, Elmer H. Davison; Investigation of turbines suitable for use in a turbojet engine with high compressor pressure ratio and low compressor-tip speed III : velocity-diagram study of two-stage and downstream-stator turbines for engine operation at constant rotative speed; naca-rm-e52g15; Nov 1952

  291. Robert R. Ziemer, Henry O. Slone; Analytical procedures for rapid selection of coolant passage configurations for air-cooled turbine rotor blades and for evaluation of heat-transfer, strength, and pressure-loss characteristics; naca-rm-e52g18; Sep 1952

  292. David S. Boman, William E. Mallett; Investigation of thrust augmentation using water-alcohol injection on a 5200-pound-thrust axial-flow-type turbojet engine at static sea-level conditions; naca-rm-e52g30; Sep 1952

  293. Hadley T. Richards, Henry O. Slone, W. Byron Brown; Procedure for calculating turbine blade temperatures and comparison of calculated with observed values for two stationary air-cooled blades; naca-rm-e52h07; Sep 1952

  294. Leonard J. Obery, Howard S. Krasnow; Performance characteristics of canard-type missile with vertically mounted nacelle engines at Mach numbers 1.5 to 2.0; naca-rm-e52h08; Sep 1952

  295. H. George Krull, Fred W. Steffen; Performance characteristics of one convergent and three convergent-divergent nozzles; naca-rm-e52h12; Sep 1952

  296. Upson, Ralph H (University of Minnesota) Phelps, George M (University of Minnesota) Liu, Tung-Sheng (University of Minnesota); Equal-strength design of tension-field webs and uprights; naca-tn-2548; 1952

  297. Elmer H. Davison, Robert E. English; Investigation of turbines suitable for use in a turbojet engine with high compressor pressure ratio and low compressor-tip speed IV : effect of increasing blade speed on velocity diagrams of turbine for engine operation at constant rotative speed; naca-rm-e52h13; Nov 1952

  298. Paul M. Ordin, Edward A. Rothenberg, William H. Rowe; Investigation of liquid fluorine and hydrazine-ammonia mixture in 100-pound-thrust rocket engine; naca-rm-e52h22; Oct 1952

  299. Leonard K. Tower; Effect of water vapor on combustion of magnesium hydrocarbon slurry fuels in small-scale afterburner; naca-rm-e52h25; Oct 1952

  300. Eugene Perchonok, Fred A. Wilcox; Investigation of ram-jet afterburning as a means of varying effective exhaust nozzle area; naca-rm-e52h27; Nov 1952

  301. Paul C. Simon; Performance characteristics at Mach numbers to 2.0 of various types of side inlets mounted on fuselage of proposed supersonic airplane IV : rectangular cowl inlets with two-dimensional compression ramps; naca-rm-e52h29; Oct 1952

  302. George A. Wise, Leonard J. Obery; Influence of fuselage-mounted rocket boosters on flow field at inlet and on diffuser performance of strut-mounted engine at Mach numbers of 1.8 and 2.0; naca-rm-e52i02; Oct 1952

  303. James F. Connors, Richard R. Woolett; Some observations of flow at the throat of a two-dimensional diffuser at a Mach number of 3.85; naca-rm-e52i04; Nov 1952

  304. Carl B. Wentworth, Herbert G. Hurrell, Shigeo Nakanishi; Evaluation of operating characteristics of a supersonic free-jet facility for full-scale ram-jet investigations; naca-rm-e52i08; Oct 1952

  305. James F. Connors, Richard R. Woollett; Performance characteristics of several types of axially symmetric nose inlets at Mach number 3.85; naca-rm-e52i15; Nov 1952

  306. Frank, Charles E (University of Cincinnati) Blackham, Angus U (University of Cincinnati); Investigation of hydrocarbon ignition; naca-tn-2549; 1952

  307. Andrew Beke, J. L. Allen; Force and pressure-recovery characteristics of a conical-type nose inlet operating at Mach numbers of 1.6 to 2.0 and at angles of attack to 9 degrees; naca-rm-e52i30; Nov 1952

  308. Satish Dhawan; Direct measurements of skin friction; naca-tn-2567; Jan 1952

  309. Chieh-Chien Chang; General consideration of problems in compressible flow using the hodograph method; naca-tn-2582; Jan 1952

  310. John L. Crigler, Jean Gilman, Jr.; Calculation of aerodynamic forces on a propeller in pitch or yaw; naca-tn-2585; Jan 1952

  311. D. N. Frey, J. W. Freeman, A. E. White; Fundamental effects of cold-work on some cobalt-chromium-nickel-iron base creep-resistant alloys; naca-tn-2586; Jan 1952

  312. Herbert C. Nelson, Julian H. Berman; Calculations on the forces and moments for an oscillating wing-aileron combination in two-dimensional potential flow at sonic speed; naca-tn-2590; Jan 1952

  313. Harold E. Cleary; The effects of Reynolds number on the application of NACA 16-series airfoil characteristics to propeller design; naca-tn-2591; Jan 1952

  314. Morton Cooper, Clyde V. Hamilton; Orientation of orifices on bodies of revolution for determination of stream static pressure at supersonic speeds; naca-tn-2592; Jan 1952

  315. Dwight O. Fearnow; Investigation of the structural damping of a full-scale airplane wing; naca-tn-2594; Feb 1952

  316. Robert T. Yntema, Benjamin Milwintzky; An impulse-momentum method for calculating landing-gear contact conditions in eccentric landings; naca-tn-2596; Jan 1952

  317. E. R. Van Driest; Investigation of laminar boundary layer in compressible fluids using the Crocco method; naca-tn-2597; Jan 1952

  318. Melvyn Savage, Loren A. Beatty; A technique applicable to the aerodynamic design of inducer-type multistage axial-flow compressors; naca-tn-2598; Mar 1952

  319. Marvin D. Scadron, Isidore Warshasky; Experimental determination of time constants and Nusselt numbers for bare-wire thermocouples in high-velocity air streams and analytic approximation of conduction and radiation errors; naca-tn-2599; Jan 1952

  320. Gerald W. Englert, Leonard J. Obery; Evaluation of five conical center-body supersonic diffusers at several angles of attack; naca-rm-e51l04; May 1952

  321. Gerard, George (New York University) Wildhorn, Sorrel (New York University); A study of Poisson's ratio in the yield region; naca-tn-2561; 1952

  322. Wallner, Lewis E Prince, William R; Investigation of afterburner performance and afterburner fuel system coking of the Westinghouse XJ34-WE-32 engine; naca-rm-e51h28; February 21, 1952

  323. Hennings, Glen Morrell, Gerald; Preliminary investigation of a chemical starting technique for the acid - gasoline rocket propellant system; naca-rm-e52k21; 1952

  324. Goin, Kennith L; Theoretical analyses to determine unbalanced trailing-edge controls having minimum hinge moments due to deflection at supersonic speeds; naca-rm-l51f19; November 19, 1952

  325. Lauten, W T , Jr Sylvester, Maurice A; Flutter investigation of two thin, low-aspect ratio, swept, solid, metal wings in the transonic range by use of a free-falling body; naca-rm-l51k28a; February 26, 1952

  326. Stoney, William E , Jr; Pressure distributions at Mach numbers from 0.6 to 1.9 measured in free flight on a parabolic body of revolution with sharply convergent afterbody; naca-rm-l51l03; April 1952

  327. Marley, Edward T English, Roland D; Some effects of aeroelasticity at Mach numbers from 0.7 to 1.6 on the rolling effectiveness of thin flat-plate delta wings having 45 degree swept leading edges and full-span constant-chord ailerons; naca-rm-l51l05; February 19, 1952

  328. Hallissy, Joseph M , Jr; Pressure measurements on a body of revolution in the Langley 16-foot transonic tunnel and a comparison with free-fall data; naca-rm-l51l07a; March 05, 1952

  329. Lord, Douglas R Ulmann, Edward F; Pressure measurements on an ogive-cylinder body at Mach number 4.04; naca-rm-l51l20; February 26, 1952

  330. Grigsby, Carl E; An investigation at Mach numbers of 1.62 and 1.93 of the lift effectiveness and integrated downwash characteristics of several in-line missile configurations having equal-span wings and tails; naca-rm-l52a02; April 11, 1952

  331. Hasel, Lowell E Hamilton, Clyde V Sinclair, Archibald R; Preliminary investigation of the drag characteristics of the NACA RM-10 missile at Mach numbers of 1.40 and 1.59 in the Langley 4- by 4-foot tunnel; naca-rm-l52a14; April 18, 1952

  332. Kuhn, Richard E Wiggins, James W; Wind-tunnel investigation of the aerodynamic characteristics in pitch of wing-fuselage combinations at high subsonic speeds : aspect-ratio series; naca-rm-l52a29; April 1952

  333. Chapman, Rowe, Jr Morrow, John D; Longitudinal stability and drag characteristics at Mach numbers from 0.70 to 1.37 of rocket-propelled models having a modified triangular wing; naca-rm-l52a31; May 02, 1952

  334. Purser, Paul E; An approximation to the effect of geometric dihedral on the rolling moment due to sideslip for wings at transonic and supersonic speeds; naca-rm-l52b01; April 1952

  335. Hall, Albert W Mckay, James M; The effects on the aerodynamic characteristics of varying the wing thickness ratio of a triangular wing-body configuration at transonic speeds from tests by the NACA wing-flow method; naca-rm-l52b18; April 02, 1952

  336. Gillespie, Warren, Jr Dietz, Albert E; Use of an aerodynamically pulsed all-movable horizontal tail to obtain longitudinal characteristics of rocket-powered models in free flight and some initial results from an arrow-wing-body-tail configuration; naca-rm-l52c10; May 19, 1952

  337. Nelson, William J Bloetscher, Frederick; An experimental investigation of the zero-lift pressure distribution over a wedge airfoil in closed, slotted, and open-throat tunnels at transonic Mach numbers; naca-rm-l52c18; June 16, 1952

  338. Czarnecki, K R Marte, Jack E; Skin-friction drag and boundary-layer transition on a parabolic body of revolution (NACA RM-10)at a Mach number of 1.6 in the Langley 4-by-4 foot supersonic pressure tunnel; naca-rm-l52c24; May 20, 1952

  339. Brown, Clarence A , Jr Lundstrom, Reginald R; Flight investigation from Mach number 0.8 to 2.0 to determine some effects of wing-to-tail distance on the longitudinal stability and control characteristics of a 60 degree delta-wing-canard missile; naca-rm-l52c26; June 20, 1952

  340. Welsh, Clement J; Results of flight tests to determine the drag of finite-length cylinders at high Reynolds numbers for a Mach number range of 0.5 to 1.3; naca-rm-l52c31; June 16, 1952

  341. Hoffman, Sherwood; Transonic flight tests to compare the zero-lift drags of underslung nacelles varied spanwise on a 45 degree sweptback wing and body combination; naca-rm-l52d04a; July 1952

  342. Wiggins, James W Kuhn, Richard E; Wind-tunnel investigation of the aerodynamic characteristics in pitch of wing-fuselage combination at high subsonic speeds : sweep series; naca-rm-l52d18; July 02, 1952

  343. Goin, Kennith L; Effects of plan form, airfoil section, and angle of attack on the pressures along the base of blunt-trailing-edge wings at Mach numbers of 1.41, 1.62, and 1.96; naca-rm-l52d21; September 16, 1952

  344. Estabrooks, Bruce B; An analysis of the pressure distribution measured on a body of revolution at transonic speeds in the slotted test section of the Langley 8-foot transonic tunnel; naca-rm-l52d21a; June 25, 1952

  345. Sanders, E Claude, Jr; Damping in roll of models with 45, 60 and 70 degree delta wings determined at high subsonic, transonic, and supersonic speeds with rocket-powered models; naca-rm-l52d22a; June 25, 1952

  346. Leiss, Abraham; Flight measurements at Mach numbers from 1.1 to 1.9 of the zero-lift drag of a twin-engine supersonic ram-jet configuration; naca-rm-l52d24; June 23, 1952

  347. Moul, Martin T Wineman, Andrew R; Longitudinal stability and control characteristics from a flight investigation of a cruciform canard missile configuration having an exposed wing-canard area ratio of 16:1; naca-rm-l52d24a; June 25, 1952

  348. Hopko, Russell N Sandahl, Carl A; Free-flight investigation of the zero-lift drag of several wings at supersonic Mach numbers extending to 2.6; naca-rm-l52d29; December 02, 1952

  349. Cole, Richard I; Pressure distributions on bodies of revolution at subsonic and transonic speeds; naca-rm-l52d30; July 21, 1952

  350. Jones, Jim J; Flow separation from rods ahead of blunt noses at Mach number 2.72; naca-rm-l52e05a; July 15, 1952

  351. Faget, Maxime A; A proposed ram-jet control system operated by use of diffuser pressure recovery; naca-rm-l52e05b; September 03, 1952

  352. Hart, Roger G; Effects of stabilizing fins and a rear-support sting on the base pressure of a body of revolution in free flight at Mach numbers from 0.7 to 1.3; naca-rm-l52e06; September 22, 1952

  353. Judd, Joseph H Lauten, William T , Jr; Flutter of a 60 degree delta wing (NACA 65A003 airfoil) encountered at supersonic speeds during the flight test of a rocket-propelled model; naca-rm-l52e06a; September 25, 1952

  354. Bland, William M , Jr; Effect of fuselage interference on the damping in roll of delta wings of aspect ratio 4 in the Mach number range between 0.6 and 1.6 as determined with rocket propelled vehicles; naca-rm-l52e13; July 15, 1952

  355. Spearman, M Leroy Robinson, Ross B; Wind-tunnel investigation of a ram-jet canard missile model having a wing and canard surfaces of delta plan form with 70 degree swept leading edges : longitudinal and lateral stability and control characteristics at a Mach number of 1.60; naca-rm-l52e15; August 1952

  356. Gates, Ordway B , Jr Schy, Albert A; A theoretical investigation of the effect of a target seeker sensitive to pitch attitude on the dynamic stability and response characteristics of a supersonic canard missile configuration; naca-rm-l52e19; August 26, 1952

  357. Coletti, Donald E; Investigation of interference, lift, drag, and pitching moment of a series of rectangular wing and body combinations at Mach numbers of 1.62, 1.93,and 2.41; naca-rm-l52e26; August 13, 1952

  358. Wood, George P; Reflection of shock waves from slotted walls at Mach number 1.62; naca-rm-l52e27; July 21, 1952

  359. Czarnecki, K R Sinclair, Archibald, R; Preliminary investigation of the effects of heat transfer on boundary-layer transition on a parabolic body of revolution (NACA RM-10) at a Mach number of 1.61; naca-rm-l52e29a; July 29, 1952

  360. Curfman, Howard J , Jr Grigsby, Carl E; Longitudinal stability and control characteristics of a canard missile configuration for Mach numbers from 1.1 to 1.93 as determined from free-flight and wind-tunnel investigation; naca-rm-l52f06; August 08, 1952

  361. Hopko, Russell N; Preliminary free-flight investigation of the effects of rivets and lap joints on the drag of bodies at zero lift at supersonic Mach numbers to 2.1; naca-rm-l52f09; August 20, 1952

  362. Giladett, Leo V Wineman, Andrew R; Investigation of vanes immersed in the jet of a solid-fuel rocket motor; naca-rm-l52f12; September 10, 1952

  363. Piland, Robert O; Preliminary free-flight investigation of the zero-lift drag penalties of several missile nose shapes for infrared seeking devices; naca-rm-l52f23; December 09, 1952

  364. Rainey, Robert W; An investigation of several supersonic missile configurations directed toward minimizing center-of-pressure travel; naca-rm-l52g01; September 23, 1952

  365. D'Aiutolo, Charles T Parker, Robert N; Preliminary investigation of the low-amplitude damping in pitch of tailless delta- and swept-wing configurations at Mach numbers from 0.7 to 1.35; naca-rm-l52g09; August 20, 1952

  366. Cooper, Morton Hasel, Lowell E Gapcynski, John P; A pressure-distribution investigation of a fineness-ratio-12.2 parabolic body of revolution (NACA RM-10) at M = 1.59 and angles of attack up to 36 degrees; naca-rm-l52g14a; October 30, 1952

  367. Osborne, Robert S Mugler, John P , Jr; Effects of wing elasticity on the aerodynamic characteristics of a 45 degree sweptback-wing-fuselage combination measured in the Langley 8-foot transonic tunnel; naca-rm-l52g23; September 17, 1952

  368. Sabol, A P; A preliminary investigation of shock-wave reflections in a small closed ballistic range with various types of walls; naca-rm-l52g25; September 04, 1952

  369. Donaldson, Coleman Dup; Heat transfer and skin friction for turbulent boundary layers on heated or cooled surfaces at high speeds; naca-rm-l52h04; October 02, 1952

  370. Grigsby, Carl E; The use of the rolled-up vortex concept for predicting wing-tail interference and comparison with experiment at Mach number of 1.62 for a series of missile configurations having tandem cruciform lifting surfaces; naca-rm-l52h05; September 24, 1952

  371. Martz, C William Church, James D Goslee, John W; Rocket-model investigation to determine the force and hinge-moment characteristics of a half-Delta tip control on a 59 degree sweptback delta wing between Mach numbers of 0.55 and 1.43; naca-rm-l52h06; October 06, 1952

  372. Schult, Eugene D Fields, E M; Free-flight measurements of some effects of spoiler span and projection and wing flexibility on rolling effectiveness and drag of plain spoilers on a tapered sweptback wing at Mach numbers between 0.6 and 1.6; naca-rm-l52h06a; October 03, 1952

  373. Whitcomb, Richard T; A study of the zero-lift drag-rise characteristics of wing-body combinations near the speed of sound; naca-rm-l52h08; September 03, 1952

  374. Johnson, Joseph L , Jr; A study of the flow field behind the triangular horizontal tail of a canard airplane at approximately the vertical-tail location by means of a tuft grid; naca-rm-l52h11; October 10, 1952

  375. Moul, Martin T Baber, Hal T , Jr; The longitudinal stability and control characteristics of a 60 degree delta-wing missile having half-delta tip controls as obtained from a free-flight investigation at transonic and supersonic speeds; naca-rm-l52h14; October 03, 1952

  376. Fields, E M; Some effects of spoiler height, wing flexibility, and wing thickness on rolling effectiveness and drag of unswept wings at Mach numbers between 0.4 and 1.7; naca-rm-l52h18; October 07, 1952

  377. Love, Eugene S Coletti, Donald E Bromm, August F , Jr; Investigation of the variation with Reynolds number of the base, wave, and skin-friction drag of a parabolic body of revolution (NACA RM-10) at Mach numbers of 1.62, 1.93, and 2.41 in the Langley 9-inch supersonic tunnel; naca-rm-l52h21; October 17, 1952

  378. Purser, Paul E Stevens, Joseph E; Exploratory rocket flight tests to investigate the use of a freely spinning monoplane tail for stabilizing a body; naca-rm-l52i05a; October 15, 1952

  379. Love, Eugene S; The effects of a small jet of air exhausting from the nose of a body of revolution in supersonic flow; naca-rm-l52i19a; November 12, 1952

  380. Jones, Ira P , Jr; Measurements of aerodynamic heating obtained during demonstration flight tests of the Douglas D-558-II airplane; naca-rm-l52i26a; November 26, 1952

  381. Boatright, William B; Total pressure and Schlieren studies of the wakes of various canard control surfaces mounted on a missile body at a Mach number of 1.93; naca-rm-l52i29; November 20, 1952

  382. Comenzo, Raymond J Mackley, Ernest A; Preliminary investigation of a rectangular supersonic scoop inlet with swept sides designed for low drag at a Mach number of 2.7; naca-rm-l52j02; November 26, 1952

  383. Silvers, H Norman King, Thomas J , Jr; Investigation at high subsonic speeds of bodies mounted from the wing of an unswept-wing-fuselage model, including measurements of body loads; naca-rm-l52j08; November 14, 1952

  384. Wiley, Harleth G Solomon, Martin; A wind-tunnel investigation at low speeds of the aerodynamic characteristics of various spoiler configurations on a thin 60 degrees delta wing; naca-rm-l52j13; November 19, 1952

  385. Letko, William; A low-speed experimental study of the directional characteristics of a sharp-nosed fuselage through a large angle-of-attack range at zero angle of sideslip; naca-rm-l52j14; November 19, 1952

  386. Love, Eugene S O'Donnell, Robert M; Investigation at supersonic speeds of the base pressure on bodies of revolution with and without sweptback stabilizing fins; naca-rm-l52j21a; December 23, 1952

  387. Coletti, Donald E; Investigation of the aerodynamic characteristics of the NACA RM-10 missile (with fins) at a Mach number of 1.62 in the Langley 9-inch supersonic tunnel; naca-rm-l52j23a; December 19, 1952

  388. Jacobsen, Carl R; Control characteristics of trailing-edge spoilers on untapered blunt trailing-edge wings of aspect ratio 2.7 with 0 degree and 45 degrees sweepback at Mach numbers of 1.41 and 1.96; naca-rm-l52j28; December 03, 1952

  389. Bartlett, Walter A , Jr Dettwyler, H Rudolph; Flight test of a radial-burning solid-fuel ram jet; naca-rm-l52k03; December 10, 1952

  390. Chauvin, Leo T; Pressure distribution and pressure drag for a hemispherical nose at Mach numbers 2.05, 2.54, and 3.04; naca-rm-l52k06; December 31, 1952

  391. Ulmann, Edward F Dunning, Robert W; Aerodynamic characteristics of two delta wings at Mach number 4.04 and correlations of lift and minimum-drag data for delta wings at Mach numbers from 1.62 to 6.9; naca-rm-l52k19; December 23, 1952

  392. Diederich, Franklin W Foss, Kenneth A; Charts and approximate formulas for the estimation of aeroelastic effects on the loading of swept and unswept wings; naca-tn-2608; February 1952

  393. Moore, Dwight G (National Bureau of Standards) Mason, Mary A (National Bureau of Standards) Harrison, William N (National Bureau of Standards); Relative importance of various sources of defect-producing hydrogen introduced into steel during application of vitreous coatings; naca-tn-2617; February 1952

  394. Stein, Manuel Anderson, J Edward Hedgepeth, John M; Deflection and stress analysis of thin solid wings of arbitrary plan form with particular reference to delta wings; naca-tn-2621; February 1952

  395. Shinbrot, Marvin; A description and a comparison of certain nonlinear curve-fitting techniques, with applications to the analysis of transient-response data; naca-tn-2622; February 1952

  396. Budiansky, Bernard Kruszewski, Edwin T; Transverse vibrations of hollow thin-walled cylindrical beams; naca-tn-2682; April 1952

  397. Rideout, Sheldon Paul (University of Notre Dame) Beck, Paul A (University of Notre Dame); Survey of portions of the chromium-cobalt-nickel-molybdenum quaternary system at 1200 degrees C; naca-tn-2683; April 1952

  398. Donaldson, Coleman Dup Lange, Roy H; Study of the pressure rise across shock waves required to separate laminar and turbulent boundary layers; naca-tn-2770; September 1952

  399. Cole, Richard I Jordan, Gareth H; The effect of a simulated propeller slipstream on the aerodynamic characteristics of an unswept wing panel with and without nacelles at Mach numbers from 0.30 to 0.86; naca-tn-2776; September 1952

  400. Merten, Kenneth F Stephenson, Bertrand H; Some dynamic effects of fuel motion in simplified model tip tanks on suddenly excited bending oscillations; naca-tn-2789; September 1952

  401. Michael, William H , Jr; flow studies in the vicinity of a modified flat-plate rectangular wing of aspect ratio 0.25; naca-tn-2790; September 1952

  402. Holms, Arthur G Repko, Andrew J; Correlation of tensile strength, tensile ductility, and notch tensile strength with the strength of rotating disks of several designs in the range of low and intermediate ductility; naca-tn-2791; September 1952

  403. Sinclair, Archibald R Robins, A Warner; A method for the determination of the time lag in pressure measuring systems incorporating capillaries; naca-tn-2793; September 1952

  404. Sullivan, Roger D; A comparison of two methods of linearized characteristics for a simple unsteady flow; naca-tn-2794; September 1952

  405. Rogallo, Vernon L; Effects of wing sweep on the upwash at the propeller planes of multiengine airplanes; naca-tn-2795; September 1952

  406. Schwartzberg, Milton A Braslow, Albert L; Experimental study of the effects of finite surface disturbances and angle of attack on the laminar boundary layer of an NACA 64A010 airfoil with area suction; naca-tn-2796; October 1952

  407. Hess, Robert V; A study of the transient behavior of shock waves in transonic channels flows; naca-tn-2797; October 1952

  408. Gray, Vernon H; Simple graphical solution of heat transfer and evaporation from surface heated to prevent icing; naca-tn-2799; October 1952

  409. Brown, W Byron Livingood, John N B; Solutions of laminar-boundary-equations which result in specific-weight-flow profiles locally exceeding free-stream values; naca-tn-2800; September 1952

  410. Wood, George P Gooderum, Paul B; Investigation with an interferometer of the flow around a circular-arc airfoil at mach numbers between 0.6 and 0.9; naca-tn-2801; October 1952

  411. Godfrey, Douglas Bisson, Edmond E; Bonding of molybdenum disulfide to various materials to form a solid lubricating film II : friction and endurance characteristics of films bonded by practical methods; naca-tn-2802; October 1952

  412. Wilterdink, P I Holms, A G Manson, S S; A theoretical and experimental investigation of the influence of temperature gradients on the deformation and burst speeds of rotating disks; naca-tn-2803; October 1952

  413. Kapryan, Walter J Weinstein, Irving; The planing characteristics of a surface having a basic angle of dead rise of 20 degrees and horizontal chine flare; naca-tn-2804; October 1952

  414. Ellis, Gaylord O Stanitz, John D; Comparison of two- and three-dimensional potential-flow solutions in a rotating impeller passage; naca-tn-2806; October 1952

  415. Lina, Lindsay J Ricker, Harry H , Jr; Measurements of temperature variations in the atmosphere near the tropopause with reference to airspeed calibration by the temperature method; naca-tn-2807; October 1952

  416. Frocht, M M (Illinois Institute of Technology) Guernsey, R , Jr (Illinois Institute of Technology); A special investigation to develop a general method for three-dimensional photoelastic stress analysis; naca-tn-2822; December 1952

  417. Barzelay, Martin E (Syracuse University) Boison, James C (Syracuse University); Investigation of stresses due to thermal gradients in typical aircraft structures; naca-rm-51k06; January 25, 1952

  418. Reese, Bruce A (Purdue University) Graham, Robert W (Purdue University); Design of apparatus for determining heat transfer and frictional pressure drop of nitric acid flowing through a heated tube; naca-rm-52d03; June 16, 1952

  419. Black, John M (Forest Products Laboratory) Blomquist, R F (Forest Products Laboratory); Development of metal-bonding adhesive FPL-710 with improved heat-resistant properties; naca-rm-52f19; July 08, 1952

  420. Westmoreland, J C (National Bureau of Standards); A meter for timing the flow of very small volumes of a gas; naca-rm-52i09; October 17, 1952

  421. Moore, R L (Aluminum Company of America) Clark, J W (Aluminum Company of America); Torsion, compression, and bending tests of tubular sections machined from 75S-T6 rolled round rod; naca-rm-52i25; November 12, 1952

  422. Holzhauser, Curt A; The effect of entrance Mach number and lip shape on the subsonic characteristics of a scoop-type-air-induction system for a supersonic airplane; naca-rm-a51j19a; January 09, 1952

  423. Cook, Woodrow L Kelly, Mark W; The use of area suction for the purpose of delaying separation of air flow at the leading edge of a 63 degree swept-back wing : effects of controlling the chordwise distribution of suction air velocities; naca-rm-a51j24; January 14, 1952

  424. Smith, Donald W Shibata, Harry H Selan, Ralph; Lift, drag, and pitching moment of low-aspect-ratio wings at subsonic and supersonic speeds : an investigation at large Reynolds numbers of the low-speed characteristics of several wing-body combinations; naca-rm-a51k28; February 15, 1952

  425. Taylor, Robert A; Some effects of side-wall modifications on the drag and pressure recovery of an NACA submerged inlet at transonic speeds; naca-rm-a51l03a; February 15, 1952

  426. Mcfadden, Norman M Bray, Richard S Rathert, George A , Jr; Flight calibration of angle-of-attack and sideslip detectors on the fuselage of a 35 degree swept-wing fighter airplane; naca-rm-a52a04; February 25, 1952

  427. Hunton, Lynn W; Effects of finite span on the section characteristics of two 45 degree swept-back wings of aspect ratio 6; naca-rm-a52a10; March 17, 1952

  428. Cole, Henry, A , jr Abramovitz, Marvin; Theoretical investigation of the stability at negative static margins of a supersonic missile with an autopilot sensitive to pitch angle and pitching velocity; naca-rm-a52a14; March 17, 1952

  429. Kelly, Mark W; Low-speed aerodynamic characteristics of a large-scale 60 degree swept-back wing with high lift devices; naca-rm-a52a14a; March 03, 1952

  430. Seiff, Alvin SOMMER SIMON C; Experimental investigation of the drag of 30 degree, 60 degree, and 90 degree cone cylinders at Mach numbers between 1.5 and 8.2; naca-rm-a52a14b; April 25, 1952

  431. Briggs, Robert O Kerwin, William J Schmidt, Stanley F; Instrumentation of the Ames supersonic free-flight wind tunnel; naca-rm-a52a18; April 24, 1952

  432. Seiff, Alvin James, Carlton S Canning, Thomas N Boissevain, Alfred G; The Ames supersonic free-flight wind tunnel; naca-rm-a52a24; April 25, 1952

  433. Rolls, L Stewart Matteson, Frederick H; Wing load distribution on a swept wing airplane in flight at Mach numbers up to 1.11, and comparison with theory; naca-rm-a52a31; April 14, 1952

  434. Maki, Ralph L; Full-scale wind-tunnel investigation of the effects of wing modifications and horizontal-tail location on the low-speed static longitudinal characteristics of a 35 degree swept-wing airplane; naca-rm-a52b05; April 03, 1952

  435. James, Harry A; Low-speed aerodynamic characteristics of a large-scale 45 degree swept-back wing with partial-span slats, double-slotted flaps, and ailerons; naca-rm-a52b19; April 28, 1952

  436. Emerson, Horace F Gale, Bernard M; Aerodynamic characteristics of two-plane, unswept tapered wings of aspect ratio 3 and 3-percent thickness from tests on a transonic bump; naca-rm-a52c07; May 02, 1952

  437. Blackaby, James R; An analytical study of the comparative performance of four air-induction systems for turbojet-powered airplanes designed to operate at Mach numbers up to 1.5; naca-rm-a52c14; June 17, 1952

  438. Shibata, Harry H Bandettini, Angelo Cleary, Joseph; An investigation of the subsonic speed range of a full-span and a semispan model of a plane wing and of a cambered and twisted wing, all having 45 degrees of sweepback; naca-rm-a52d01; June 26, 1952

  439. Mccullough, George B Gambucci, Bruno J; Boundary-layer measurements on several porous materials with suction applied; naca-rm-a52d01b; June 18, 1952

  440. Boltz, Frederick W Kolbe, Carl D; The forces and pressure distribution at subsonic speeds on a cambered and twisted wing having 45 degrees of sweepback and aspect ratio of 3 and a taper ratio of 0.5; naca-rm-a52d22; July 18, 1952

  441. Dods, Jules B , Jr; Control effectiveness and hinge-moment characteristics at low-speed of large-chord, horn-balanced, flap-type controls on a triangular wing of aspect ratio 2; naca-rm-a52f13; August 18, 1952

  442. White, Maurice D; Effect of camber and twist on the stability characteristics of models having a 45 degree swept wing as determined by the free-fall method at transonic speeds; naca-rm-a52f16; August 29, 1952

  443. Anderson, Warren E Frazer, Alson C; Investigation of an NACA submerged inlet at Mach numbers from 1.17 to 1.99; naca-rm-a52f17; September 15, 1952

  444. Edwards, George G Tinling, Bruce E Ackerman, Arthur C; The longitudinal characteristics at Mach numbers up to 0.92 of a cambered and twisted wing having 40 degrees of sweepback and an aspect ratio of 10; naca-rm-a52f18; September 15, 1952

  445. Selna, James Bright, Loren G Schlaff, Bernard A; Investigation of drag and pressure recovery of a scoop inlet in the transonic speed range; naca-rm-a52f27; December 15, 1952

  446. Bandettini, Angelo; An investigation at subsonic speeds of the rolling effectiveness of a small perforated spoiler on a wing having 45 degrees of sweepback; naca-rm-a52g02; September 15, 1952

  447. Chubb, Robert S; Experimental investigation of the stability, control, and induced rolling moments of a canard missile airframe at a Mach number of 1.7; naca-rm-a52g29; September 23, 1952

  448. Tinling, Bruce E; The longitudinal characteristics at Mach numbers up to 0.9 of a wing-fuselage-tail combination having a wing with 40 degrees of sweepback and an aspect ratio of 10; naca-rm-a52i19; December 12, 1952

  449. Reynolds, Robert M Buell, Donald A Walker, John H; Investigation of an NACA 4-(5)(05)-041 four-blade propeller with several spinners at Mach numbers up to 0.90; naca-rm-a52i19a; December 24, 1952

  450. Heinle, Donovan R Mcneill, Walter E; Correlation of predicted and experimental lateral oscillation characteristics for several airplanes; naca-rm-a52j06; December 15, 1952

  451. Guy, Lawrence D; Control hinge-moment and effectiveness characteristics of a 60 degree half-delta tip control on a 60 degree delta wing at Mach numbers of 1.41 and 1.96; naca-rm-l52h13; October 14, 1952

  452. Raikh, A.; Calculation of the lateral-dynamic stability of aircraft; naca-tm-1264; 1952

  453. Pomey, Jacques.; Friction and wear; naca-tm-1318; 1952

  454. Wuest, Walter.; Development of a laminar boundary layer behind a suction point; naca-tm-1336; 1952

  455. Bourcier de Carbon, Christian.; Analytical study of shimmy of airplane wheels; naca-tm-1337; 1952

  456. Scheil, Erich.; The oxidation of metals and alloys; naca-tm-1338; 1952

  457. Tammann, Gustav., Koster, Werner.; Velocity of action of oxygen, hydrogen sulfide, and halogens on metals; naca-tm-1339; 1952

  458. Haskind, M. D.; Translational motion of bodies under the free surface of a heavy fluid of finite depth; naca-tm-1345; 1952

  459. Betchov, R.; Nonlinear theory of a hot-wire anemometer; naca-tm-1346; 1952

  460. Sponder, E. W.; On the representation of the stability region in oscillation problems with the aid of the Hurwitz determinants; naca-tm-1348; 1952

  461. Tani, Itiro.; On the design of airfoils in which the transition of the boundary layer is delayed; naca-tm-1351; 1952

  462. Maekawa, T., Atsumi, Shoichi.; Transition caused by the laminar flow separation; naca-tm-1352; 1952

  463. Betchov, R., Welling, W.; Some experiences regarding the nonlinearity of hot wires; naca-tm-1223; 1952

  464. Zalovcik, John A.; Summary of Stall-Warning Devices; naca-tn-2676; 1952

  465. Lewis, William, Bergrun, Norman R.; A probability analysis of the meteorological factors conductive to aircraft icing in the United States; naca-tn-2738; 1952

  466. Costello, George R., Cummings, Robert L., Sinnette, John T., Jr.; Detailed computational procedure for design of cascade blades with prescribed velocity distributions in compressible potential flows; naca-report-1060; 1952

  467. Dugger, Gordon L.; Effect of initial mixture temperature on flame speed of methane-air, propane-air, and ethylene-air mixtures; naca-report-1061; 1952

  468. Johnson, Robert L., Swikert, Max A., Bisson, Edmond E.; Investigation of wear and friction properties under sliding conditions of some materials suitable for cages of rolling-contact bearings; naca-report-1062; 1952

  469. Chapman, Dean R.; Airfoil profiles for minimum pressure drag at supersonic velocities -- general analysis with application to linearized supersonic flow; naca-report-1063; 1952

  470. Macks, E. Fred., Nemeth, Zolton N.; Lubrication and cooling studies of cylindrical-roller bearings at high speeds; naca-report-1064; 1952

  471. Goodman, Irving A., Wise, Paul H.; Correlation of physical properties with molecular structure for some dicyclic hydrocarbons having high thermal-energy release per unit volume -- 2-alkylbiphenyl and the two isomeric 2-alkylbicyclohexyl series; naca-report-1065; 1952

  472. Livingood, John N. B., Brown, W. Byron.; Analysis of temperature distribution in liquid-cooled turbine blades; naca-report-1066; 1952

  473. Mager, Arthur.; Generalization of boundary-layer momentum-integral equations to three-dimensional flows including those of rotating system; naca-report-1067; 1952

  474. Boksenbom, Aaron S., Hood, Richard.; Automatic control systems satisfying certain general criterions on transient behavior; naca-report-1068; 1952

  475. Kaplan, Carl.; On a solution of the nonlinear differential equation for transonic flow past a wave-shaped wall; naca-report-1069; 1952

  476. Donegan, James J., Pearson, Henry A.; Matrix method of determining the longitudinal-stability coefficients and frequency response of an aircraft from transient flight data; naca-report-1070; 1952

  477. Deyoung, John.; Theoretical symmetric span loading due to flap deflection for wings of arbitrary plan form at subsonic speeds; naca-report-1071; 1952

  478. Duberg, John E., Wilder, Thomas W., III.; Inelastic column behavior; naca-report-1072; 1952

  479. Gossard, Myron L.; An iterative transformation procedure for numerical solution of flutter and similar characteristics-value problems; naca-report-1073; 1952

  480. Maxwell, W. A.; Oxidation-resistance mechanism and other properties of molybdenum disilicide; naca-rm-e52a04; 1952

  481. Mayo, Wilbur L.; Hydrodynamic impact of a system with a single elastic mode I : theory and generalized solution with an application to an elastic airframe; naca-report-1074; 1952

  482. Miller, Robert W., Merten, Kenneth F.; Hydrodynamic impact of a system with a single elastic mode II : comparison of experimental force and response with theory; naca-report-1075; 1952

  483. Mathews, Charles W., Talmage, Donald B., Whitten, James B.; Effect on longitudinal stability and control characteristics of a Boeing B-29 airplane of variations in stick-force and control-rate characteristics obtained through use of a booster in the elevator-control system; naca-report-1076; 1952

  484. Lomax, Harvard., Heaslet, Max A., Fuller, Franklyn B., Sluder, Loma.; Two-and three-dimensional unsteady lift problems in high-speed flight; naca-report-1077; 1952

  485. Carpenter, Paul J.; Effects of compressibility on the performance of two full-scale helicopter rotors; naca-report-1078; 1952

  486. Hubbard, Harvey H., Lassiter, Leslie W.; Sound from a two-blade propeller at supersonic tip speeds; naca-report-1079; 1952

  487. Schy, Albert A.; A theoretical analysis of the effects of fuel motion on airplane dynamics; naca-report-1080; 1952

  488. Van Dyke, Milton D.; A study of second-order supersonic flow theory; naca-report-1081; 1952

  489. Hamrick, Joseph T., Ginsburg, Ambrose., Osborn, Walter M.; Method of analysis for compressible flow through mixed-flow centrifugal impellers of arbitrary design; naca-report-1082; 1952

  490. Goldstein, Arthur W.; Axisymmetric supersonic flow in rotating impellers; naca-report-1083; 1952

  491. Mager, Artur., Mohoney, John J., Budinger, Ray E.; Discussion of boundary-layer characteristics near the wall of an axial-flow compressor; naca-report-1085; 1952

  492. Michael, William H., Jr.; Analysis of the effects of wing interference on the tail contributions to the rolling derivatives; naca-report-1086; 1952

  493. Kinney, George R., Abramson, Andrew E., Sloop, John L.; Internal-liquid-film-cooling experiments with air-stream temperatures to 2000 degrees F. in 2- and 4-inch-diameter horizontal tubes; naca-report-1087; 1952

  494. Adams, Gaynor J., Dugan Duane W.; Theoretical damping in roll and rolling moment due to differential wing incidence for slender cruciform wings and wing-body combinations; naca-report-1088; 1952

  495. Runyan, Harry L.; Single-degree-of-freedom-flutter calculations for a wing in subsonic potential flow and comparison with an experiment; naca-report-1089; 1952

  496. Sivells, James C., Westrick, Gertrude C.; Method for calculating lift distributions for unswept wings with flaps or ailerons by use of nonlinear section lift data; naca-report-1090; 1952

  497. Fischel, Jack, Naeseth, Rodger L., Hagerman, John R., O'hare, William M.; Effect of aspect ratio on the low-speed lateral control characteristics of untapered low-aspect-ratio wings equipped with flap and with retractable ailerons; naca-report-1091; 1952

  498. Campbell, John P., Hunter, Paul A., Hewes, Donald E., Whitten, James B.; Flight investigation of the effect of control centering springs on the apparent spiral stability of a personal-owner airplane; naca-report-1092; 1952

  499. Stalder, Jackson R., Goodwin, Glen., Creager, Marcus O.; Heat transfer to bodies in a high-speed rarified-gas stream; naca-report-1093; 1952

  500. Bryson, Arthur Earl, Jr.; An experimental investigation of transonic flow past two-dimensional wedge and circular-arc sections using a Mach-Zehnder interferometer; naca-report-1094; 1952

  501. Vincenti, Walter G., Wagoner, Cleo B.; Transonic flow past a wedge profile with detached bow wave; naca-report-1095; 1952

  502. Lichtenstein, Jacob H.; Experimental determination of the effect of horizontal-tail size, tail length, and vertical location on low-speed static longitudinal stability and damping pitch of a model having 45 degree sweptback wing and tail surfaces; naca-report-1096; 1952

  503. Griffith, George E.; Stresses in a two-bay noncircular cylinder under transverse loads; naca-report-1097; 1952

  504. Campbell, John P., McKinney, Marion O.; Summary of Methods for Calculating Dynamic Lateral Stability and Response and for Estimating Aerodynamic Stability Derivatives; naca-report-1098; 1952

  505. Watkins, Charles E., Berman, Julian N.; Air forces and moments on triangular and related wings with subsonic leading edges oscillating in supersonic potential flow; naca-report-1099; 1952

  506. Liepmann, H. W., Roshko, A., Dhawan, S.; On reflection of shock waves from boundary layers; naca-report-1100; 1952

  507. Brown, B. Porter., Chilton, Robert G., Whitten, James B.; Flight investigation of a mechanical feel device in an irreversible elevator control system of a large airplane; naca-report-1101; 1952

  508. Ferri, Antonio.; The linearized characteristics method and its application to practical nonlinear supersonic problems; naca-report-1102; 1952

  509. Milwitzky, Benjamin.; Generalized theory for seaplane impact; naca-report-1103; 1952

  510. Ferri, Antonio., Nucci, Louis M.; Preliminary investigation of a new type of supersonic inlet; naca-report-1104; 1952

  511. Lomax, Harvard., Sluder, Loma.; Chordwise and compressibility corrections to slender-wing theory; naca-report-1105; 1952

  512. Habel, Louis W., Henderson, James H., Miller, Mason F.; The Langley annular transonic tunnel; naca-report-1106; 1952

  513. Bergrun, Norman R.; An empirically derived basis for calculating the area, rate, and distribution of water-drop impingement on airfoils; naca-report-1107; 1952

  514. Halfman, Robert L.; Experimental aerodynamic derivatives of a sinusoidally oscillating airfoil in two-dimensional flow; naca-report-1108; 1952

  515. Chapman, Dean R., Wimbrow, William R., Kester, Robert H.; Experimental investigation of base pressure on blunt-trailing-edge wings at supersonic velocities; naca-report-1109; 1952

  516. Klebanoff, P. S., Diehl, Z. W.; Some features of artificially thickened fully developed turbulent boundary layers with zero pressure gradient; naca-report-1110; 1952

  517. Macks, E Fred Nemeth, Zolton N; Comparison of high-speed operating characteristics of size 215 cylindrical-roller bearings as determined in turbojet engine and in laboratory test rig; naca-report-1084; 1952

  518. Holms, Arthur G; A biharmonic relaxation method for calculating thermal stress in cooled irregular cylinders; naca-report-1059; 1952

  519. Spakowski, Adolph, A., Belles, Frank E.; Variation of pressure limits of flame propagation with tube diameter for various isooctane-oxygen-nitrogen mixtures; naca-rm-e52a08; 1952

  520. Kofskey, Milton G., Rohlik, Harold E., Monroe, Daniel E.; Experimental investigation of flow in an annular cascade of turbine nozzle blades of constant discharge angle; naca-rm-e52a09; 1952

  521. Scadron, Marvin D.; Analysis of a pneumatic probe for measuring exhaust-gas temperatures with some preliminary experimental results; naca-rm-e52a11; 1952

  522. English, Robert E., Silvern, David H., Davison, Elmer H.; Investigation of turbines suitable for use in a turbojet engine with high compressor pressure ratio and low compressor-tip speed I : turbine-design requirements for several engine operating conditions; naca-rm-e52a16; 1952

  523. Butze, Helmut F.; Effect of inlet air and fuel parameters on smoking characteristics of a single tubular turbojet engine combustor; naca-rm-e52a18; 1952

  524. Mark, H., Mark, Herman., Zettle, Eugene V.; Axial-slot air admission for controlling performance of a one-quarter-annual turbojet combustor and comparison with complete engine; naca-rm-e52a21; 1952

  525. Moshos, George J., Serafini, John S., Brun, Rinaldo J.; Impingement of water droplets on an NACA 65(sub 1)-212 airfoil at an angle of attack of 4 degrees; naca-rm-e52b12; 1952

  526. Jonash, Edmund R., Wear, Jerrold D., Hibbard, Robert R.; Relations between fuel properties and combustion carbon deposition; naca-rm-e52b14; 1952

  527. Rosenbaum, B. M., Allen, G.; Calculation of internal pressures in the fuel tube of a nuclear reactor; naca-rm-e52b28; 1952

  528. McCready, Robert R., Spooner, Robert B., Valerino, Michael F.; Distribution of fissionable material in thermal reactors of spherical geometry for uniform power generation; naca-rm-e52c11; 1952

  529. Koffel, William K., Kaufman, Harold R.; Empirical cooling correlation for an experimental afterburner with an annular cooling passage; naca-rm-e52c13; 1952

  530. Heller, Jack A., Whitney, Rose L., Cavicchi, Richard H.; Experimental investigation of a conservatively designed turbine at four rotor-blade solidities; naca-rm-e52c17; 1952

  531. Wear, Jerrold D., Cook, William P.; Effect of fuel properties on carbon deposition in atomizing and prevaporizing turbojet combustors; naca-rm-e52c24; 1952

  532. Brown, W. Byron., Slone, Henry O.; Pressure drop in coolant passages of two air-cooled turbine-blade configurations; naca-rm-e52d01; 1952

  533. Finger, Harold B., Dugan, James F., Jr.; Analysis of stage matching and off-design performance of multistage axial-flow compressors; naca-rm-e52d07; 1952

  534. Maxwell, W. A.; Some stress rupture and creep properties of molybdenum disilicide in the range of 1600 to 2000 F; naca-rm-e52d09; 1952

  535. Yaker, Charles., Garrett, Floyd B., Sikora, Paul F.; Investigation of engine performance and high-temperature properties of precision-cast turbine blades of high carbon Stellite 21 and controlled grain-size-Stellite 21; naca-rm-e52d10; 1952

  536. Koffel, William K., Kaufman, Harold R.; Investigation of heat-transfer coefficients in an afterburner; naca-rm-e52d11; 1952

  537. Davison, Elmer H., English, Robert E.; Investigation of turbines suitable for use in a turbojet engine with high compressor pressure ratio and low compressor tip-speed II : velocity-diagram study of turbine for engine operation with constant exhaust-nozzle area; naca-rm-e52d14; 1952

  538. Sams, Eldon W.; Experimental investigation of average heat-transfer and friction coefficients for air flowing in circular tubes having square-thread-type roughness; naca-rm-e52d17; 1952

  539. Costello, G. R., Cummings, R. L., Serovy, G. K.; Experimental investigation of axial-flow compressor stator blades designed to obtain high turning angles by means of boundary-layer suction; naca-rm-e52d18; 1952

  540. Schum, Eugene F., Freche, John C., Stelpflug, William J.; Comparison of calculated and experimental temperatures of water-cooled turbine blades; naca-rm-e52d21; 1952

  541. Hibbard, R. R., Schalla, R. L.; Solubility of water in hydrocarbons; naca-rm-e52d24; 1952

  542. Ellis, C. W., Hollister, D. P., Wilsted, H. D.; Investigation of performance of several double-shroud ejectors and effect of variable-area exhaust nozzle on single ejector performance; naca-rm-e52d25; 1952

  543. Walker, Curtis L., Fenn, David B.; Investigation of power extraction characteristics and braking requirements of a windmilling turbojet engine; naca-rm-e52d30; 1952

  544. Osborn, Walter M., Hamrick, Joseph T.; Design and test of mixed-flow impellers I :aerodynamic design procedure; naca-rm-e52e05; 1952

  545. Povolny, John H.; Use of choked nozzle technique and exhaust jet diffuser for extending operable range of jet-engine research facilities; naca-rm-e52e12; 1952

  546. Leissler, L. Abbott., Hearth, Donald P.; Preliminary investigation of effect of angle of attack on pressure recovery and stability characteristics for a vertical-wedge-nose inlet at Mach number of 1.90; naca-rm-e52e14; 1952

  547. Rebeske, John J., Jr., Forrette, Robert E.; Investigation of losses in the XJ35-A-23 two-stage turbine; naca-rm-e52e15; 1952

  548. Haefeli, Rudolph C.; Use of fences to increase uniformity of boundary layer on side walls of supersonic wind tunnels; naca-rm-e52e19; 1952

  549. Greathouse, W. K., Hollister, D. P.; Preliminary air-flow and thrust calibrations of several conical cooling-air ejectors with a primary to secondary temperature ratio of 1.0 I :diameter ratios of 1.21 and 1.10; naca-rm-e52e21; 1952

  550. Withee, Joseph R., Jr., Beede, William L.; Design and test of mixed-flow impellers II :experimental results, impeller model MFI-1A; naca-rm-e52e22; 1952

  551. Stewart, Warner L., Schum, Harold J., Wong, Robert Y.; Investigation of turbines for driving supersonic compressors II :performance of first configuration with 2.2 percent reduction in nozzle flow area / Warner L. Stewart, Harold J. Schum, Robert Y. Wong; naca-rm-e52e26; 1952

  552. Huppert, Merle C.; Preliminary investigation of flow fluctuations during surge and blade row stall in axial-flow compressors / c Merle C. Huppert; naca-rm-e52e28; 1952

  553. Nussdorfer, Theodore J., Obery, Leonard J., Englert, Gerald W.; Pressure recovery, drag, and subcritical stability characteristics of three conical supersonic diffusers at stream Mach numbers from 1.7 to 2.0; naca-rm-e51h27; 1952

  554. Obey, Leonard T., Englert, Gerald W., Nussdorfer, Theodore J., Jr.; Pressure recovery, drag, and subcritical stability characteristics of conical supersonic diffusers with boundary-layer removal; naca-rm-e51h29; 1952

  555. Conrad, E. William., Jansen, Emmert T.; Effects of internal configuration on afterburner shell temperatures; naca-rm-e51i07; 1952

  556. Schramm, Wilson B., Ziemer, Robert R.; Investigations of air-cooled turbine rotors for turbojet engines I :experimental disk temperature distribution in modified J33 split-disk rotor at speeds up to 6000 RPM; naca-rm-e51i11; 1952

  557. Meyer, Carl L., Johnson, LaVern A.; Performance and operational characteristics of a python turbine-propeller engine at simulated altitude conditions / Carl L. Meyer and Lavern A. Johnson; naca-rm-e51i14; 1952

  558. Ladanyi, Dezso J.; Ignition delay experiments with small-scale rocket engine at simulated altitude conditions using various fuels with nitric acid oxidants / Dezso J. Ladanyi; naca-rm-e51j01; 1952

  559. Kemp, Richard H., Moseson, Merland L.; Investigations of air-cooled turbine rotors for turbojet engines II :mechanical design, stress analysis, and burst test of modified J33 split-disk rotor / Richard H. Kemp and Merland L. Moseson; naca-rm-e51j03; 1952

  560. Morgan, W. C., Morse, C. R.; Experimental investigation of the vibration characteristics of four designs of turbine blades and of the effect produced by varying the axial spacing between nozzle blades and turbine blades; naca-rm-e51j25; 1952

  561. Gray, V. H., Bowden, D. T., von Glahn, U.; Preliminary results of cyclical de-icing of a gas-heated airfoil; naca-rm-e51j29; 1952

  562. Lewis, James P., Bowden, Dean T.; Preliminary investigation of cyclic de-icing of an airfoil using an external electric heater; naca-rm-e51j30; 1952

  563. Desmon, Leland G., Mosher, Don R.; Dynamic corrosion of a stainless-steel specimen by water at 500 F using a toroid circulating apparatus /c Leland G. Desmon, Don R. Mosher; naca-rm-e52f03; 1952

  564. Deissler, Robert G.; Analysis of fully developed turbulent heat transfer at low Peclet numbers in smooth tubes with application to liquid metals; naca-rm-e52f05; 1952

  565. Himmel, Seymour C.; Some control considerations for ram-jet engines / c Seymour Himmel; naca-rm-e52f10; 1952

  566. Graves, Charles C.; Effect of oxygen concentration of the inlet oxygen-nitrogen mixture on the combustion efficiency of a single J33 turbojet combustor; naca-rm-e52f13; 1952

  567. Harp, James L., Jr., Useller, James W., Auble, Carmon M.; Thrust augmentation of a turbojet engine by the introduction of liquid ammonia into the compressor inlet; naca-rm-e52f18; 1952

  568. Useller, James W., Auble, Carmon W., Harvey, Ray W., Sr.; Thrust augmentation of a turbojet engine at simulated flight conditions by introduction of a water-alcohol mixture into the compressor; naca-rm-e52f20; 1952

  569. Topper, Leonard.; Radiant heat transfer from flames in a single tubular turbojet combustor / Leonard Topper; naca-rm-e52f23; 1952

  570. Greathouse, W. K., Hollister, D. P.; Preliminary air-flow and thrust calibrations of several conical cooling-air ejectors with a primary to secondary temperature ratio of 1.0. II :diameter ratios of 1.06 and 1.40; naca-rm-e52f26; 1952

  571. Metzler, Allen J.; Minimum ignition of six pure hydrocarbon fuels of the C2 and C6 series; naca-rm-e52f27; 1952

  572. Jackson, Robert J.; Effects on the weight-flow range and efficiency of a typical axial-flow compressor inlet stage that result from the use of a decreased blade camber or decreased guide-vane turning; naca-rm-e52g02; 1952

  573. McCafferty, Richard J., Butze, Helmut F.; Temperature response of turbine-blade metal covered with oxide coatings supplied by fuel additives; naca-rm-e52g07; 1952

  574. Allen, J. L., Simon, P. C.; Performance characteristics at Mach numbers to 2.0 of various types of side inlets mounted on fuselage of proposed supersonic airplane II :inlets utilizing half of a conical spike; naca-rm-e52g08; 1952

  575. McDonald, Glen E., Schalla, Rose L.; Effect of free methyl radicals on slow oxidation of propane and ethane; naca-rm-e52g17; 1952

  576. Piercy, Thomas G., Johnson, Harry W.; Investigation at Mach number 2.93 of half of a conical-spike diffuser mounted as a side inlet with boundary-layer control; naca-rm-e52g23; 1952

  577. Renas, Paul E., Braithwaite, Willis M., Jansen, Emmert T.; Altitude investigation of three flame-holder and fuel-systems configurations in a short converging afterburner on a turbojet engine; naca-rm-e52g29; 1952

  578. Novik, David., Heppler, Herbert., Dandois, Marcel.; Some dynamic characteristics of a turbojet engine for large accelerations; naca-rm-e52h04; 1952

  579. Hoffman, C. A., Cooper, A. L.; Investigation of titanium carbide base ceramals containing either nickel or cobalt for use as gas-turbine blades; naca-rm-e52h05; 1952

  580. Hamrick, Joseph T., Mizisin, John.; Investigation of flow fluctuations at the exit of a radial-flow centrifugal impeller; naca-rm-e52h11; 1952

  581. Spakowski, Adolph E.; Pressure limits of flame propagation of pure hydrocarbon-air mixtures at reduced pressure; naca-rm-e52h15; 1952

  582. Esenwein, Fred T.; Performance characteristics at Mach numbers to 2.0 of various types of side inlets mounted on fuselage of proposed supersonic airplane III : normal wedge inlet with semicircular cowl; naca-rm-e52h20; 1952

  583. Hansen, A. G., Costello, G. R., Herzig, H. Z.; Effect of geometry on secondary flows in blade rows; naca-rm-e52h26; 1952

  584. Mosher, Don R Desmon, Leland G; Preliminary investigation of corrosion by molten sodium hydroxide flowing in tubes of AISI 347 stainless steel, Inconel, and nickel having average outer-wall temperatures of 1500 F and a circumferential temperature gradient of 20 F; naca-rm-e51j16; March 1952

  585. Black, Dugald O.; Facilities and methods used in full-scale airplane crash-fire investigation; naca-rm-e51l06; 1952

  586. Schramm, Wilson B., Nachtigall, Alfred J.; Analysis of coolant-flow requirements for an improved, internal-strut-supported, air-cooled turbine-rotor blade; naca-rm-e51l13; 1952

  587. Dorsch, Robert G., Levine, Joseph.; A photographic study of freezing of water droplets falling freely in air; naca-rm-e51l17; 1952

  588. Simon, Dorothy M., Belles, Frank E.; An active particle diffusion theory of flame quenching for laminar flames / Dorothy M. Simon and Frank E. Belles; naca-rm-e51l18; 1952

  589. Peterson, Marshall B., Johnson, Robert L.; Friction and surface damage of several corrosion-resistant materials; naca-rm-e51l20; 1952

  590. 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 :lateral characteristics; naca-rm-a51l03; 1952

  591. Sammonds, Robert I., Molk, Ashley J.; Effects of propeller-spinner juncture on the pressure-recovery characteristics of an NACA 1-series D-type cowl in combination with a four-blade single-rotation propeller at Mach numbers up to 0.83 and at an angle of attack of 0 degrees; naca-rm-a52d01a; 1952

  592. Emerson, Horace F., Gale, Bernard M.; Transonic aerodynamic characteristics of three thin triangular wings and a trapezoidal wing, all of low aspect ratio; naca-rm-a52d21; 1952

  593. McFadden, Norman M., Holden, George R., Ratcliff, Jack W.; Instrumentation and calibration technique for flight calibration of angle-of-attack systems on aircraft; naca-rm-a52i23; 1952

  594. Martin, Andrew., Reed, James F.; Correlation of buffet boundaries predicted from wind-tunnel tests with those measured during flight tests on the F8F-1 and X-1 airplanes -transonic-bump method; naca-rm-a52j17; 1952

  595. Coe, Charles F.; The effects of tip-mounted jet nacelles on the transonic characteristics of low-aspect-ratio wings; naca-rm-a52j21; 1952

  596. Armstrong, John C., Wilsted, H. D.; Investigation of several techniques for improving altitude starting limits of turbojet engines; naca-rm-e52i03; 1952

  597. Berlad, A. L., Hibbard, R. R.; Effect of radiant energy on vaporization and combustion of liquid fuels; naca-rm-e52i09; 1952

  598. Ferguson, Robert R.; Effect of magnitude of vibratory load superimposed on mean tensile load on mechanism of and time to fracture of specimens and correlation to engine blade; naca-rm-e52i17; 1952

  599. Reynolds, Thaine W., Ingebo, Robert D.; Combustion efficiency of homogeneous fuel-air mixtures in a 5-inch ram-jet-type combustor; naca-rm-e52i23; 1952

  600. Butze, Helmut F., Jonash, Edmund R.; Turbojet combustor efficiency with ceramic-coated liners and with mechanical control of fuel wash on walls; naca-rm-e52i25; 1952

  601. Kemp, R. H., Morgan, W. C.; Measurements of thermal distortion of the submarine intermediate reactor "mark a" moderator tube / R. H. Kemp and W. C. Morgan; naca-rm-e52j02; 1952

  602. Wear, Jerrold D., Dittrich, Ralph T.; Performance of pure fuels in a single J33 combustor I :five liquid hydrocarbon fuels; naca-rm-e52j03; 1952

  603. Perkins, Porter J.; Preliminary survey of icing conditions measured during routine transcontinental airline operation; naca-rm-e52j06; 1952

  604. Feiler, Charles E., Morrell, Gerald.; Investigation of effects of additives on storage properties of fuming nitric acids; naca-rm-e52j16; 1952

  605. Swett, Clyde C., Jr., Donlon, Richard H.; Spark ignition of flowing gases III :effect of turbulence promoter on energy required to ignite a propane-air mixture; naca-rm-e52j28; 1952

  606. Bemrose Boyd, Robert G. Dorsch and George H. Brodie (Lewis Flight Propulsion Laboratory, Cleveland, Ohio); True Airspeed Measurement by Ionization-Tracer Technique; naca-rm-e52c31; 1952

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