NACA Digital Library - UK Mirror

    347 records

  1. Gordon L. Dugger, Dorothy M. Simon; Prediction of flame velocities of hydrocarbon flames; naca-report-1158; 1954

  2. John S. Serafini; Impingement of water droplets on wedges and double-wedge airfoils at supersonic speeds; naca-report-1159; 1954

  3. Albert J. Evans; The zero-lift drag of a slender body of revolution (NACA RM-10 research model) as determined from tests in several wind tunnels and in flight at supersonic speeds; naca-report-1160; 1954

  4. Elmo J. Mottard, J. Dan Loposer; Average skin-friction drag coefficients from tank tests of a parabolic body of revolution (NACA RM-10); naca-report-1161; 1954

  5. Harvard Lomax; Lift developed on unrestrained rectangular wings entering gusts at subsonic and supersonic speeds; naca-report-1162; 1954

  6. Howard Z. Herzig, Arthur G. Hansen, George R. Costello; A visualization study of secondary flows in cascades; naca-report-1163; 1954

  7. H. S. Ribner; Convection of a pattern of vorticity through a shock wave; naca-report-1164; 1954

  8. Franklin K. Moore; Unsteady oblique interaction of a shock wave with a plane disturbance; naca-report-1165; 1954

  9. J. C. Richmond, D. G. Moore, H. B. Kirkpatrick, W. N. Harrison; Relation between roughness of interface and adherence of porcelain enamel to steel; naca-report-1166; 1954

  10. Albert P. Martina; Method for calculating the rolling and yawing moments due to rolling for unswept wings with or without flaps or ailerons by use of nonlinear section lift data; naca-report-1167; 1954

  11. Harold E. Rohlik, Milton G. Kofskey, Hubert W. Allen, Howard Z. Herzig; Secondary flows and boundary-layer accumulations in turbine nozzles; naca-report-1168; 1954

  12. James J. Donegan; Matrix methods for determining the longitudinal-stability derivatives of an airplane from transient flight data; naca-report-1169; 1954

  13. S. S. Manson; Behavior of materials under conditions of thermal stress; naca-report-1170; 1954

  14. Donald R. Riley; Effect of horizontal-tail span and vertical location on the aerodynamic characteristics of an unswept tail assembly in sideslip; naca-report-1171; 1954

  15. Harry Press, Bernard Mazelsky; A study of the application of power-spectral methods of generalized harmonic analysis to gust loads on airplanes; naca-report-1172; 1954

  16. Robert W. Leonard, Bernard Budiansky; On traveling waves in beams; naca-report-1173; 1954

  17. John Laufer; The structure of turbulence in fully developed pipe flow; naca-report-1174;

  18. T. C. Lin, R. E. Street; Effect of variable viscosity and thermal conductivity on high-speed slip flow between concentric cylinders; naca-report-1175; 1954

  19. S. Katzoff, M. Frances Faison, Hugh C. Dubose; Determination of mean camber surfaces for wings having uniform chordwise loading and arbitrary spanwise loading in subsonic flow; naca-report-1176; 1954

  20. William J. Anderson, E. Fred Macks, Zolton N. Nemeth; Comparison of performance of experimental and conventional cage designs and materials for 75-millimeter-bore cylindrical roller bearings at high speed; naca-report-1177; 1954

  21. T. H. Skopinski, William S. Aiken, Jr., Wilber B. Huston; Calibration of strain-gage installations in aircraft structures for the measurement of flight loads; naca-report-1178; 1954

  22. James J. Kramer, John D. Stanitz; A note on secondary flow in rotating radial channels; naca-report-1179; 1954

  23. Walter G. Vincenti, Cleo B. Wagoner; Theoretical study of the transonic lift of a double-wedge profile with detached bow wave; naca-report-1180; 1954

  24. John C. Houbolt, Eldon E. Kordes; Structural response to discrete and continuous gusts of an airplane having wing bending flexibility and a correlation of calculated and flight results; naca-report-1181; 1954

  25. E. R. G. Eckert, N. B. Livingood; Comparison of effectiveness of convection-, transpiration-, and film-cooling methods with air as coolant; naca-report-1182; 1954

  26. Milton D. Van Dyke; Supersonic flow past oscillating airfoils including nonlinear thickness effects; naca-report-1183; 1954

  27. Walter R. Castles, Jacob Henri De Leeuw; The normal component of the induced velocity in the vicinity of a lifting rotor and some examples of its application; naca-report-1184; 1954

  28. Max A. Heaslet, Harvard Lomas; The calculation of pressure on slender airplanes in subsonic and supersonic flow; naca-report-1185; 1954

  29. Rose L. Schalla, Thomas P. Clark, Glen E. McDonald; Formation and combustion of smoke in laminar flames; naca-report-1186; 1954

  30. Merwin Sibulkin; Theoretical and experimental investigation of additive drag; naca-report-1187; 1954

  31. Murray Tobak; On the use of the indicial-function concept in the analysis of unsteady motions of wings and wing-tail combinations; naca-report-1188; 1954

  32. Antonio Ferri, Louis M. Nucci; Theoretical and experimental analysis of low-drag supersonic inlets having a circular cross section and a central body at Mach numbers 3.30, 2.75, and 2.45; naca-report-1189; 1954

  33. H. J. Grover, W. S. Hyler, Paul Kuhn, Charles B. Landers, F. M. Howell; Axial-load fatigue properties of 24S-T and 75S-T aluminum alloy as determined in several laboratories; naca-report-1190; 1954

  34. Evan A. Fradenburg, D. Wyatt Demarquis; Theoretical performance characteristics of sharp-lip inlets at subsonic speeds; naca-report-1193; 1954

  35. Milton D. Van Dyke; A study of hypersonic small-disturbance theory; naca-report-1194; 1954

  36. Norris R. Dow, Charles Libove, Ralph E. Hubka; Formulas for the elastic constants of plates with integral waffle-like stiffening; naca-report-1195; 1954

  37. Wilmer H. Reed, III; An analytical study of the effect of airplane wake on the lateral dispersion of aerial sprays; naca-report-1196; 1954

  38. Donald C. Cheatham; A study of the characteristics of human-pilot control response to simulated aircraft lateral motions; naca-report-1197; 1954

  39. I. E. Garrick, Charles E. Watkins; A theoretical study of the effect of forward speed on the free-space sound-pressure field around propellers; naca-report-1198; 1954

  40. John P. Campbell, Marion O. McKinney, Jr.; A study of the problem of designing airplanes with satisfactory inherent damping of the dutch roll oscillation; naca-report-1199; 1954

  41. Kenneth B. Amer; Method for studying helicopter longitudinal maneuver stability; naca-report-1200; 1954

  42. B. H. Little, Jr., Stafford W. Wilbur; Performance and boundary-layer data from 12 degree and 23 degree conical diffusers of area ratio 2.0 at Mach numbers up to choking and Reynolds numbers up to 7.5 x 10(6); naca-report-1201; 1954

  43. Roger A. Anderson, Joseph W. Semonian; Charts relating the compressive buckling stress of longitudinally supported plates to the effective deflectional and rotational stiffness of the supports; naca-report-1202; 1954

  44. M. J. Queijo, Byron M. Jaquet, Walter D. Wolhart; Wind-tunnel investigation at low speed of the effects of chordwise wing fences and horizontal-tail position on the static longitudinal stability characteristics of an airplane model with a 35 degree sweptback wing; naca-report-1203; 1954

  45. John M. Eggleston, Charles W. Mathews; Application of several methods for determining transfer functions and frequency response of aircraft from flight data; naca-report-1204; 1954

  46. W. H. Gray, J. M. Hallissy, Jr., A. R. Heath, Jr.; A wind-tunnel investigation of the effects of thrust-axis inclination on propeller first-order vibration; naca-report-1205; 1954

  47. Kermit G. Pratt, Walter G. Walker; A revised gust-load formula and a re-evaluation of v-g data taken on civil transport airplanes from 1933 to 1950; naca-report-1206; 1954

  48. Kenneth B. Amer, Robert J. Tapscott; Studies of the lateral-directional flying qualities of a tandem helicopter in forward flight; naca-report-1207; 1954

  49. William C. Schneider; A comparison of the spanwise loading calculated by various methods with experimental loadings obtained on a 45 degree sweptback wing of aspect ratio 8.02 at a Reynolds number of 4.0 x 10(6); naca-report-1208; 1954

  50. Leslie S. G. Kovasznay; Development of turbulence-measuring equipment; naca-report-1209; 1954

  51. William B. Boatright; An analysis of pressure studies and experimental and theoretical downwash and sidewash behind five pointed-tip wings at supersonic speeds; naca-rm-l54b10; Apr 1954

  52. M. Spearman, Ross B. Robinson; Aerodynamic characteristics of a cruciform-wing missile with canard control surfaces and of some very small span wing-body missiles at a Mach number of 1.41; naca-rm-l54b11; Apr 1954

  53. Thomas B. Sellers, George M. Stakes, Don D. Davis; An experimental investigation of the transonic-flow-generation and shock-wave-reflection characteristics of a two-dimensional wind tunnel with 17-percent-open perforated walls; naca-rm-l54b15a; Apr 1954

  54. Richard E. Walters; Comparison of experimental with calculated results for the lifting effectiveness of a flexible 45 degree sweptback wing of aspect ratio 6.0 at Mach numbers from 0.8 to 1.3; naca-rm-l54b16; Apr 1954

  55. H. Norman Silvers, William J. Alford; Investigation at high subsonic speeds of finned and unfinned bodies mounted at various locations from the wings of unswept- and swept-wing--fuselage models, including measurements of body loads; naca-rm-l54b18; Apr 1954

  56. Albert L. Braslow, Gene J. Bingham; Subsonic investigation of effects of body indentation on zero-lift drag characteristics of a 45 degree sweptback wing-body combination with natural and fixed boundary-layer transition through a range of Reynolds numbers; naca-rm-l54b18a; Apr 1054

  57. Isabella J. Cole, Kenneth Margolis; Span load distribution resulting from constant vertical acceleration for thin sweptback; naca-tn-3120; Jan 1954

  58. Lewis R. Fisher; Some effects of aspect ratio and tail length on the contribution of a vertical tail to unsteady lateral damping and directional stability of a model oscillating continuously in yaw; naca-tn-3121; Jan 1954

  59. Robert M. O Donnell; Experimental investigation at a Mach number of 2.41 of average skin-friction coefficients; naca-tn-3122; Jan 1954

  60. Jerome Persh, Bruce M. Bailey; Effect of various arrangements of triangular ledges on the performance of a 23 degree conical diffuser at subsonic Mach numbers; naca-tn-3123; Jan 1954

  61. Persh, Jerome Bailey, Bruce M; A method for estimating the effect of turbulent velocity fluctuations in the boundary layer on diffuser total-pressure-loss measurements; naca-tn-3124; 1954

  62. Thomas N. Canning; A simple mechanical analogue for studying the dynamic stability of aircraft having nonlinear moment characteristics; naca-tn-3125; Feb 1954

  63. Robert E. Dannenberg; A design study of leading-edge inlets for unswept wings; naca-tn-3126; Mar 1954

  64. Louis S. Stivers, Jr.; The effectiveness at high subsonic Mach numbers of a 20-percent-chord plain trailing-edge flap on the NACA 65-210 airfoil section; naca-tn-3127; Mar 1954

  65. William C. Pitts, Jack N. Nielsen, Maurice P. Gionfriddo; Comparison between theory and experiment for interference pressure field between wing and body at supersonic speeds; naca-tn-3128; Apr 1954

  66. John A. Axelson, George L. Stevens; Investigation of a slat in several different positions on an NACA 64A010 airfoil for a wide range of subsonic Mach numbers; naca-tn-3129; Mar 1954

  67. Carr B. Neel; A procedure for the design of air-heated ice-prevention systems; naca-tn-3130; Jun 1954

  68. Herbert F. Hardrath, Walter Illg; Fatigue tests at stresses producing failure in 2 to 10,000 cycles; naca-tn-3132; Jan 1954

  69. Ordway B. Gates, Jr., C. H. Woodling; A method for estimating variations in the roots of the lateral-stability quartic due to changes in mass and aerodynamic parameters of an airplane; naca-tn-3134; Jan 1954

  70. William H. Michael, Jr.; Investigation of mutual interference effects of several vertical-tail-fuselage configuration in sideslip; naca-tn-3135; Jan 1954

  71. Joseph Kempner; Creep bending and buckling of linearly viscoelastic columns; naca-tn-3136; Jan 1954

  72. Joseph Kempner; Creep bending and buckling of nonlinearly viscoelastic columns; naca-tn-3137; Jan 1954

  73. Joseph Kempner, Sharad A. Patel; Creep buckling of columns; naca-tn-3138; Jan 1954

  74. Nathan Ness; Time-dependent buckling of a uniformly heated column; naca-tn-3139; Jan 1954

  75. W. E. Moeckel; Use of aerodynamic heating to provide thrust by vaporization of surface coolants; naca-tn-3140; Feb 1954

  76. Simon Ostrach; Combined natural- and forced-convection laminar flow and heat transfer of fluids with and without heat sources in channels with linearly varying wall temperatures; naca-tn-3141; Apr 1954

  77. Robert L. Ferguson; A further investigation of the effect of surface finish on fatigue properties at elevated temperatures; naca-tn-3142; Mar 1954

  78. Willard D. Coles; Experimental determination of thermal conductivity of low-density ice; naca-tn-3143; Mar 1954

  79. John M. Bailey, Douglas Godfrey; Coefficient of friction and damage to contact area during the early stages of fretting II : steel, iron, iron oxide, and glass combinations; naca-tn-3144; Apr 1954

  80. Simon Ostrach; Note on the aerodynamic heating of an oscillating surface; naca-tn-3146; Apr 1954

  81. Rinaldo J. Brun, Robert G. Dorsch; Impingement of water droplets on an ellipsoid with fineness ration 10 in axisymmetric flow; naca-tn-3147; May 1954

  82. Kenneth C. Dike; Evaluation of alloys for vacuum brazing of sintered wrought molybdenum for elevated-temperature applications; naca-tn-3148; May 1954

  83. James E. Hubbartt, Henry O. Slone, Vernon L. Arne; Method for rapid determination of pressure change for one-dimensional flow with heat transfer, friction, rotation, and area change; naca-tn-3150; Jun 1954

  84. Paul A. Libby, Morris Morduchow; Method for calculation of compressible laminar boundary layer with axial pressure gradient and heat transfer; naca-tn-3157; Jan 1954

  85. M. J. McGuigan, D. F. Bryan, R. E. Whaley; Fatigue investigation of full-scale transport-airplane wings : summary of constant-amplitude tests through 1953; naca-tn-3190; Mar 1954

  86. D. G. Moore, J. W. Pitts, W. N. Harrison; Role of nickel dip in enameling of sheet steel; naca-tn-3207; Jun 1954

  87. John A. Kelly, George B. McCullough; Aerodynamic loads on a leading-edge flap and a leading-edge slat on the NACA 64A010 airfoil section; naca-tn-3220; Jun 1954

  88. C. C. Pappas; Measurement of heat transfer in the turbulent boundary layer on a flat plate in a supersonic flow and comparison with skin friction results; naca-tn-3222; Jun 1954

  89. Joseph M. Spiegel, Phillips J. Tunnell; An analysis of shock-wave cancellation and reflection for porous walls which obey an exponential mass-flow pressure-difference relation; naca-tn-3223; Aug 1954

  90. Duane W. Dugan, Katsumi Hikido; Theoretical investigation of the effects upon lift of a gap between wing and body of a slender wing-body combination; naca-tn-3224; Aug 1954

  91. Walter G. Vincenti, Duane W. Dugan, E. Ray Phelps; An experimental study of the lift and pressure distribution on a double-wedge profile at Mach numbers near shock attachment; naca-tn-3225; Jul 1954

  92. Arthur Wm. Rogers; Application of two-dimensional vortex theory to the prediction of flow fields behind wings of wing body combinations at subsonic and supersonic speeds; naca-tn-3227; Sep 1954

  93. H. Clyde McLemore, Michael D. Cannon; Aerodynamic investigation of a four-blade propeller operating through an angle-of-attack range from 0 to 180 degrees; naca-tn-3228; Jun 1954

  94. Carl Kaplan; The small-disturbance method for flow of a compressible fluid with velocity potential and stream function as independent variables; naca-tn-3229; Aug 1954

  95. K. R. Czarnecki, Ross B. Robinson, John H. Hilton, Jr.; Investigation of distributed surface roughness on a body of revolution at a Mach number of 1.61; naca-tn-3230; Jun 1954

  96. Aldie E. Johnson, Jr.; Bending tests on box beams having solid- and open-construction webs; naca-tn-3231; Aug 1954

  97. Joseph W. Semonian, Roger A. Anderson; An analysis of the stability and ultimate bending strength of multiweb beams with formed-channel webs; naca-tn-3232; Aug 1954

  98. Charles L. Shuford, Jr.; A review of planing theory and experiment with a theoretical study of pure-planing lift of rectangular flat plates; naca-tn-3233; Aug 1954

  99. Robert D. Harrington; Reduction of helicopter parasite drag; naca-tn-3234; Aug 1954

  100. Walter B. Horne, Bertrand H. Stephenson, Robert F. Smilely; Low speed yawed-rolling and some other elastic characteristics of two 56-inch-diameter, 24-ply-rating aircraft tires; naca-tn-3235; Aug 1954

  101. Garland J. Morris, Lindsay J. Lina; Description and preliminary flight investigation of an instrument for detecting subnormal acceleration; naca-tn-3252; Nov 1954

  102. George E. Glawe, Charles E. Shepard; Some effects of exposure to exhaust-gas streams on emittance and thermoelectric power of bare-wire platinum rhodium - platinum thermocouples; naca-tn-3253; Aug 1954

  103. Perry W. Kuhns; Determination of flame temperatures from 2000 to 3000 K by microwave absorption; naca-tn-3254; Aug 1954

  104. John R. Jack, Barry Moskowitz; Experimental investigation of temperature recovery factors on a 10 degree cone at angle of attack at a Mach number of 3.12; naca-tn-3256; Jul 1954

  105. S. F. Murray, Robert L. Johnson; Effects of chemically active additives on boundary lubrication of steel by silicones; naca-tn-3257; Aug 1954

  106. Rudolph C. Haefeli, Harry Bernstein; Investigation of Mach number changes obtained by discharging high-pressure pulse through wind tunnel operating supersonically; naca-tn-3258; Aug 1954

  107. Milton G. Kofskey, Hubert W. Allen; Smoke study of nozzle secondary flows in a low-speed turbine; naca-tn-3260; Nov 1954

  108. Henry R. Hunczak, Morris D. Rousso; Starting and operating limits of two supersonic wind tunnels utilizing auxiliary air injection downstream of the test section; naca-tn-3262; Sep 1954

  109. Alexander Mendelson, Robert W. Carroll; Lift and moment equations for oscillating airfoils in an infinite unstaggered cascade; naca-tn-3263; Oct 1954

  110. Robert D. Ingebo; Vaporization rates and drag coefficients for isooctane sprays in turbulent air streams; naca-tn-3265; Oct 1954

  111. Paul F. Brinich; Boundary-layer transition at Mach 3.12 with and without single roughness elements; naca-tn-3267; Dec 1954

  112. H. W. Liepmann, G. T. Skinner; Shearing-stress measurements by use of a heated element; naca-tn-3268; Nov 1954

  113. E. C. Hartmann, Marshall Holt, I. D. Eaton; Additional static and fatigue tests of high-strength aluminum-alloy bolted joints; naca-tn-3269; Jul 1954

  114. R. H. MacNeal; Electrical analogies for stiffened shells with flexible rings; naca-tn-3280; Dec 1954

  115. Almer D. Crim; Gust experience of a helicopter and an airplane in formation flight; naca-tn-3354; Dec 1954

  116. W. S. Hyler, R. A. Lewis, H. J. Grover; Experimental investigation of notch-size effects on rotating-beam fatigue behavior of 75S-T6 aluminum alloy; naca-tn-3291; Nov 1954

  117. William H. Colner, Howard T. Francis; Influence of exposed area on stress-corrosion cracking of 24S aluminum alloy; naca-tn-3292; Nov 1954

  118. Harold Mirels; Attenuation in a shock tube due to unsteady-boundary-layer action; naca-tn-3278; Aug 1954

  119. Alvin Seiff; Examination of the existing data on the heat transfer of turbulent boundary layers at supersonic speeds from the point of view of Reynolds analogy; naca-tn-3284; Aug 1954

  120. James A. Weiberg, Robert E. Dannenberg; Section characteristics of an NACA 0006 airfoil with area suction near the leading edge; naca-tn-3285; Jan 1954

  121. Harvard Lomax, Franklyn B. Fuller, Loma Sluder; Generalized indicial forces on deforming rectangular wings in supersonic flight; naca-tn-3286; Nov 1954

  122. Jackson R. Stalder, Helmer V. Nielsen; Heat transfer from a hemisphere-cylinder equipped with flow-separation spikes; naca-tn-3287; Sep 1954

  123. Herbert C. Nelson, Ruby A. Rainey; Comparison of flutter calculations using various aerodynamic coefficients with experimental results for some rectangular cantilever wings at Mach number 1.3; naca-tn-3301; Nov 1954

  124. Charles H. McLellan, Thomas W. Williams; Liquefaction of air in the Langley 11-inch hypersonic tunnel; naca-tn-3302; Oct 1954

  125. Maurice J. Brevoort, Bernard Rashis; Turbulent-heat-transfer measurements at a Mach number of 3.03; naca-tn-3303; Sep 1954

  126. Milton D. Humphreys; An investigation of a lifting 10-percent-thick symmetrical double-wedge airfoil at mach number up to 1; naca-tn-3306; Nov 1954

  127. Richard E. Kuhn, John W. Draper; An investigation of a wing-propeller configuration employing large-chord plain flaps and large-diameter propellers for low-speed flight and vertical take-off; naca-tn-3307; Dec 1954

  128. S. A. Clevenson, E. Widmayer, Jr., Franklin W. Diederich; An exploratory investigation of some types of aeroelastic instability of open and closed bodies of revolution mounted on slender struts; naca-tn-3308; Nov 1954

  129. Aldie E. Johnson, Jr.; Mechanical properties at room temperature of four cermets of tungsten carbide with cobalt binder; naca-tn-3309; Dec 1954

  130. Eldon E. Mathauser; Investigation of static strength and creep behavior of an aluminum-alloy multiweb box beam at elevated temperatures; naca-tn-3310; Nov 1954

  131. W. J. Tuovila, John E. Baker, Arthur A. Regier; Initial experiments on flutter of unswept cantilever wings at Mach number 1.3; naca-tn-3312; Nov 1954

  132. Robert G. Chilton; Some measurements of atmosphere turbulence obtained from flow-direction vanes mounted on an airplane; naca-tn-3313; Nov 1954

  133. Philip J. Hughes, John E. Inge, Stanley B. Prosser; Tensile and compressive stress-strain properties of some high-strength sheet alloys at elevated temperatures; naca-tn-3315; Nov 1954

  134. Leslie W. Lassiter, Robert H. Heikotter; Some measurements of noise from three solid-fuel rocket engines; naca-tn-3316; Dec 1954

  135. Warren A. Tucker; Design considerations for wings having minimum drag due to lift; naca-tn-3317; Dec 1954

  136. Morris W. Rubesin; An analytical estimation of the effect of transpiration cooling on the heat-transfer and skin-friction characteristics of a compressible, turbulent boundary layer; naca-tn-3341; Dec 1954

  137. James R. Jedlicka, Max E. Wilkins, Alvin Seiff; Experimental determination of boundary-layer transition on a body of revolution at M = 3.5; naca-tn-3342; Oct 1954

  138. Milton D. Van Dyke; Subsonic edges in thin-wing and slender-body theory; naca-tn-3343; Nov 1954

  139. Howard A. Stine, Kent Wanlass; Theoretical and experimental investigation of aerodynamic-heating and isothermal heat-transfer parameters on a hemispherical nose with laminar boundary layer at supersonic Mach numbers; naca-tn-3344; Dec 1954

  140. Henry C. Lessing, Thomas B. Fryer, Merrill H. Mead; A system for measuring the dynamic lateral stability derivatives in high-speed wind tunnels; naca-tn-3348; Dec 1954

  141. W. A. Maxwell, E. M. Grala; Investigation of nickel-aluminum alloys containing from 14 to 34 percent aluminum; naca-tn-3259; Aug 1954

  142. Peterson, Robert B; The effects of circular end plates on the lift, drag, and pitching moment at subsonic and supersonic speeds on a modified triangular wing having an aspect ratio of 2, a taper ratio of 0.33, and a 45 degree swept leading edge; naca-rm-a53j14; March 09, 1954

  143. Jedlicka, James R Wilkins, Max E Seiff, Alvin; Experimental determination of boundary-layer transition on a body of revolution at M = 3.5; naca-rm-a53l18; March 15, 1954

  144. Christensen, Frederik B; An experimental investigation of four triangular-wing-body combinations in sideslip at Mach numbers 0.6, 0.9, 1.4, and 1.7; naca-rm-a53l22; March 15, 1954

  145. Heitmeyer, John C; Effect of nose shape and trailing-edge bluntness on the aerodynamic characteristics of an unswept wing of aspect ratio 3.1, taper ratio 0.4, and 3-percent thickness; naca-rm-a54a04; March 15, 1954

  146. Katzen, Elliott D Kuehn, Donald M Hill, William A , Jr; Investigation of the effects of profile shape on the aerodynamic and structural characteristics of thin, two-dimensional airfoils at supersonic speeds; naca-rm-a54b08a; May 07, 1954

  147. Rosnikoff, Meyer M; Optimum lifting bodies at high supersonic airspeeds; naca-rm-a54b15; May 07, 1954

  148. Boissevain, Alfred G; Experimental investigation of the damping in roll of cruciform triangular wing-body combinations at Mach numbers from 1.5 to 6.0; naca-rm-a54b15a; April 07, 1954

  149. Kaattari, George E; Pressure distributions on triangular and rectangular wings to high angles of attack Mach numbers 1.45 and 1.97; naca-rm-a54d19; June 25, 1954

  150. Dennis, David H Cunningham, Bernard E; Forces and moments on inclined bodies at Mach numbers from 3.0 to 6.3; naca-rm-a54e03; June 25, 1954

  151. Anderson, Warren E Scherrer, Richard; Investigation of a flow deflector and an auxiliary scoop for improving off-design performance of nose inlets; naca-rm-a54e06; July 20, 1954

  152. White, Maurice D; A flight investigation at transonic speeds of the aerodynamic characteristics of a model having a thin unswept wing of aspect ratio 3.1; naca-rm-a54e12; August 04, 1954

  153. Nelson, Warren H Frank, Joseph L; The effect of wing profile on the transonic characteristics of rectangular and triangular wings having aspect ratios of 3 : transonic bump technique; naca-rm-a54h12a; October 27, 1954

  154. Canning, Thomas N; Investigation of the lift, center of pressure, and drag of a projectile at a Mach number of 8.6 and a Reynolds number of 17 million; naca-rm-a54h23a; November 19, 1954

  155. Holdaway, George H; A flight investigation at transonic speeds and small angles of attack of the aerodynamic characteristics of a model having a 45 degree sweptback wing of aspect ratio 3 with an Naca 64A006 airfoil section; naca-rm-a54i17; January 25, 1954

  156. Conners, James F Woollett, Richard R; Force, moment, and pressure characteristics of several annular nose inlets at Mach number 3.85; naca-rm-e53j09; February 03, 1954

  157. Huntley, S C Yanowitz, Herbert; Pumping and thrust characteristics of several divergent cooling-air ejectors and comparison of performance with conical and cylindrical ejectors; naca-rm-e53j13; January 20, 1954

  158. Sivo, Joseph N Fenn, David B; A method of measuring jet thrust of turbojet engines in flight installations; naca-rm-e53j15; January 21, 1954

  159. Rothenberg, Edward A Ordin, Paul M; Preliminary investigation of performance and starting characteristics of liquid fluorine : liquid oxygen mixtures with jet fuel; naca-rm-e53j20; January 06, 1954

  160. Jack, John R Moskowitz, Barry; 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) IV : aerodynamic characteristics of series of four bodies having near-parabolic noses and cylindrical afterbodies; naca-rm-e53j27; January 25, 1954

  161. Dangle, E E Friedman, Robert Cervenka, Adolph J; Analytical and experimental studies of a divided-flow ram-jet combustor; naca-rm-e53k04; January 11, 1954

  162. Gibbs, James B; Starting characteristics and combustion performance of magnesium slurry in 6.5-inch-diameter ram-jet engine mounted in connected-pipe facility; naca-rm-e53k05; January 28, 1954

  163. North, Warren J; Summary of free-flight performance of a series of ram-jet engines at Mach numbers from 0.80 to 2.20; naca-rm-e53k17; February 11, 1954

  164. Ziemer, Robert R Schafer, Louis J JR Heaton, Thomas R; Performance of two air-cooled turbojet engines determined analytically from engine component performance for a range of cooling-air weight flows; naca-rm-e53k19; February 17, 1954

  165. Witzke, Walter R Prok, George M Walsh, Thomas J; A preliminary study of the preparation of slurry fuels from vaporized magnesium; naca-rm-e53k23; February 04, 1954

  166. Donoughe, Patrick L Diaguila, Anthony J; Exploratory engine test of transpiration-cooled turbine-rotor blade with wire-cloth shell; naca-rm-e53k27; 1954

  167. Hamrick, Joseph T Beede, William L Withee, Joseph R JR; Design and test of mixed-flow impellers IV : experimental results for impeller models MF-1 and MF-2 with changes in blade height; naca-rm-e53l02; February 11, 1954

  168. Jack, John R Moskowitz, Barry; Aerodynamic characteristics of two flat-bottomed bodies at Mach number of 3.12; naca-rm-e53l11b; April 02, 1954

  169. Mckeown, A B Belles, Frank E; Vapor pressures and calculated heats of vaporization of concentrated nitric acid solutions in the composition range 71 to 89 percent nitrogen dioxide, 1 to 10 percent water, and in the temperature range 10 to 60 degrees C; naca-rm-e53l14; February 05, 1954

  170. Farley, John M Welna, Henry J; Investigation of conical subsonic diffusers for ram-jet engines; naca-rm-e53l15; March 15, 1954

  171. Hearth, Donald P Gorton, Gerald C; Investigation of thrust and drag characteristics of a plug-type exhaust nozzle; naca-rm-e53l16; February 19, 1954

  172. Maxwell, W A Gurnick, R S Francisco, A C; Preliminary investigation of the 'freeze-casting' method for forming refractory powders; naca-rm-e53l21; March 09, 1954

  173. Schwenk, Francis C Servory, George K Lewis, George W; Experimental investigation of a transonic axial-flow-compressor rotor with double-circular-arc airfoil blade sections I : design, over-all performance and stall characteristics; naca-rm-e53l21a; April 05, 1954

  174. Shum, Eugene F Stepka, Francis S; Analytical and experimental investigation of a forced-convection air-cooled internal strut-supported turbine blade; naca-rm-e53l22a; March 12, 1954

  175. Morse, C R Kemp, R H; Evaluation of a compressor bleed system for RIM cooling the turbine wheel of a turbojet engine; naca-rm-e53l22b; March 22, 1954

  176. Fradenburgh, Evan A Gorton, Gerald C Beke, Andrew; Thrust characteristics of a series of convergent-divergent exhaust nozzles at subsonic and supersonic flight speeds; naca-rm-e53l23; March 12, 1954

  177. Hearth, Donald P Wilcox, Fred A; Thrust and drag characteristics of a convergent-divergent nozzle with various exhaust jet temperatures; naca-rm-e53l23b; March 11, 1954

  178. Stewart, Warner L Wong, Robert Y Evans, David G; Design and experimental investigation of transonic turbine with slight negative reaction across rotor hub; naca-rm-e53l29a; March 12, 1954

  179. Rabb, Leonard Messing, Wesley E; Force measurements on cone-cylinder body of revolution with various nose and fin configurations at Mach number 4.0; naca-rm-e53l29b; March 12, 1954

  180. Hunczak, Henry R; Pressure, recovery and mass-flow performance of four annular nose inlets operating in Mach number region of 3.1 and Reynolds number range of approximately 0.45 x 10(exp 6) to 2.20 x 10(exp 6); naca-rm-e54a07; March 26, 1954

  181. Seashore, Ferris, L Hurrell, Herbert G; Starting and performance characteristics of a large asymmetric supersonic free-jet facility; naca-rm-e54a19; April 1954

  182. Male, Theodore Kerslake, William R Tischler, Adelbert O; Photographic study of rotary screaming and other oscillations in a rocket engine; naca-rm-e54a29; 1954

  183. Moskowitz, Barry Jack, John R; 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) V : aerodynamic load distributions for a series of four boattailed bodies; naca-rm-e54b11; May 06, 1954

  184. Englert, Gerald W Vargo, Donald J Cubbison, Robert W; Effect of jet-nozzle-expansion ratio on drag of parabolic afterbodies; naca-rm-e54b12; April 19, 1954

  185. Sterbentz, William H Leissler, L Abbott; Investigation of a translating-cone inlet at Mach numbers from 1.5 to 2.0; naca-rm-e54b23; May 11, 1954

  186. Kremzier, Emil J Campbell, Robert C; Angle-of-attack-supersonic performance of a configuration consisting of a ramp-type scoop inlet located either on top or bottom of a body of revolution; naca-rm-e54c09; May 13, 1954

  187. Douglass, Howard W; Experimental performance of liquid fluorine-liquid ammonia propellant combination in 1000-pound-thrust rocket engines; naca-rm-e54c17; May 13, 1954

  188. Campbell, Robert C Kremzier, Emil J; Performance of wedge-type boundary layer diverters for side inlets at supersonic speeds; naca-rm-e54c23; May 13, 1954

  189. Valerino, Alfred S; Jet effects on pressure loading of all-movable horizontal stabilizer; naca-rm-e54c24; October 10, 1954

  190. Reynolds, Thaine W Male, Donald W; Effect of immersed surfaces in combustion zone on efficiency and stability of 5-inch diameter ram-jet combustor; naca-rm-e54c25; June 21, 1954

  191. Dangle, E E Cervenka, A J Perchonok, Eugene; Effect of mechanically induced sinusoidal air-foil oscillations on operation of a ram-jet engine; naca-rm-e54d01; June 16, 1954

  192. Vargo, Donald J Englert, Gerald W; Effect of nozzle contour on drag of parabolic afterbodies; naca-rm-e54d02; June 21, 1954

  193. Reynolds, Thaine W Haas, Donald P; Performance of slurries of 50 percent boron in JP-4 fuel in 5-inch ram-jet burner; naca-rm-e54d07; June 10, 1954

  194. Osborn, Walter M; Performance of mixed-flow impeller, model MFI-1B, with diffuser vanes at equivalent impeller speeds from 1100 to 1700 feet per second; naca-rm-e54d23; June 16, 1954

  195. Freche, John C Mckinnon, Roy A; Design and experimental investigation of light-weight bases for air-cooled turbine rotor blades; naca-rm-e54e10; July 02, 1954

  196. Johnson, Harry W Piercy, Thomas G; Effect of wedge-type boundary-layer diverters on performance of half-conical side inlets at Mach number 2.96; naca-rm-e54e20; August 1954

  197. Englert, Gerald W Leissler, L Abbott; Preliminary wind tunnel investigation of two types of jet-exit configurations for control of aircraft; naca-rm-e54e27; August 06, 1954

  198. Goodman, Irving A Fenn, Virginia O; Preparation and properties of concentrated boronhydrocarbon slurry fuels; naca-rm-e54f18a; August 06, 1954

  199. Harp, James L , Jr Velie, Wallaace W Mallett, William; An evaluation of turbojet engine thrust control by exhaust-nozzle-area modulation and compressor-inlet throttling; naca-rm-e54f21; August 02, 1954

  200. Male, Theodore Kerslake, William R; A method for prevention of screaming in rocket engines; naca-rm-e54f28a; August 19, 1954

  201. Henzel, James G Trout, Arthur M; Altitude investigation of 20-inch-diameter ram-jet engine with annular-piloted combustor; naca-rm-e54g12; August 27, 1954

  202. Hearth, Donald P Perchonok, Eugene; Performance of a 16-inch ram-jet engine with a can-type combustor at Mach numbers of 1.5 to 2.16; naca-rm-e54g13; August 27, 1954

  203. Jones, Merle L Rabb, Leonard Simpkins, Scott H; Drag data for 16-inch-diameter ram-jet engine with double-cone inlet in free flight at Mach numbers from 0.7 to 1.8; naca-rm-e54h02; October 25, 1954

  204. Gordon, Sanford Wilkins, Roger L; Theoretical maximum performance of liquid fluorine - liquid oxygen mixtures with JP-4 fuel as rocket propellants; naca-rm-e54h09; October 11, 1954

  205. Vasu, G Wilcox, F A Himmel, S C; Preliminary report of experimental investigation of ram-jet controls and engine dynamics; naca-rm-e54h10; October 25, 1954

  206. Wentworth, Carl B; Performance of five low-temperature-ratio ram-jet combustors over range of simulated altitudes; naca-rm-e54h13; November 1954

  207. Steffen, Fred W Krull, H George Schmiedlin, Ralph F; Effect of divergence angle on the internal performance characteristics of several conical convergent-divergent nozzles.; naca-rm-e54h25; November 29, 1954

  208. Salmi, Reino J; Experimental investigation of drag of afterbodies with exiting jet at high subsonic Mach numbers; naca-rm-e54i13; November 29, 1954

  209. Leissler, L Abbott Nettles, J Cary; Investigation to Mach number 2.0 of shock-positioning control systems for a variable-geometry inlet in combination with a J34 turbojet engine; naca-rm-e54i27; December 20, 1954

  210. Seaberg, Ernest C Geller, Edward S; Flight investigation of the aerodynamic derivatives and performance of control systems of two full-scale guided bombs; naca-rm-l53e22; June 17, 1954

  211. Arbic, Richard G Gillespie, Warren, Jr; Summary of rocket-model tests at zero lift of an arrow-wing missile configuration from Mach numbers of 0.9 to 1.8; naca-rm-l53j02; January 14, 1954

  212. Wiley, Harleth G Taylor, Robert T; Investigation at transonic speeds of the lateral-control and hinge-moment characteristics of a flap-type spoiler aileron on a 60 degree delta wing; naca-rm-l53j05; January 11, 1954

  213. Burrows, Dale L Newman, Ernest E; Wind-tunnel tests of a model of a wingless fin-controlled missile to obtain static stability and control characteristics through a range of Mach numbers from 0.5 to 0.88; naca-rm-l53j06; April 12, 1954

  214. Walters, Richard E; Application of transonic area rule to a sharp-lipped ducted nacelle; naca-rm-l53j09b; January 05, 1954

  215. Hammond, Alexander D Graven, Jean C JR; The twisting effect at transonic speeds of spoiler ailerons on a 45 degree sweptback, aspect-ratio-4, tapered wing; naca-rm-l53k03a; January 07, 1954

  216. Sevier, John R , Jr; Effects of a series of inboard plan-form modifications on the longitudinal characteristics of two unswept wings of aspect ratio 3.5, taper ratio 0.2, and different thickness distributions at Mach numbers of 1.61 and 2.01; naca-rm-l53k11; February 05, 1954

  217. Love, Eugene S; A summary of information on support interference at transonic and supersonic speeds; naca-rm-l53k12; January 12, 1954

  218. Dettwyler, H Rudolph Trout, Otto F JR; Flight and preflight evaluation of an automatic thrust-coefficient control system in a twin-engine ram-jet missile; naca-rm-l53k13; January 22, 1954

  219. Ikard, Wallace L; An air-flow-direction pickup suitable for telemetering use on pilotless Aircraft; naca-rm-l53k16; March 10, 1954

  220. Stoney, William E JR; Transonic drag measurements of eight body-nose shapes; naca-rm-l53k17; February 05, 1954

  221. Clevenson, Sherman A Tomassoni, John E; Experimental investigation of the oscillating forces and moments on a two-dimensional wing equipped with an oscillating circular-arc spoiler; naca-rm-l53k18; January 12, 1954

  222. Church, James D; Flight investigation of the rolling effectiveness of fingered semaphore spoilers on a tapered 45 sweptback wing between Mach numbers 0.6 and 1.3; naca-rm-l53k20; January 14, 1954

  223. Wiley, Harleth G Hayes, William C JR; Wind-tunnel investigation at low and transonic speeds of the feasibility of self-actuating spoilers as a lateral-control device for a missile; naca-rm-l53k27; January 28, 1954

  224. Chauvin, Leo T Maloney, Joseph P; Experimental convective heat transfer to a 4-inch and 6-inch hemisphere at Mach numbers from 1.62 to 3.04; naca-rm-l53l08a; February 03, 1954

  225. Alford, William J , Jr Pasteur, Thomas B , Jr; The effects of changes in aspect ratio and tail height on the longitudinal stability characteristics at high subsonic speeds of a model with a wing having 32.6 degree sweepback; naca-rm-l53l09; February 02, 1954

  226. Strass, H Kurt; Summary of some rocket-model investigations of effects of wing aspect ratio and thickness on aileron rolling effectiveness including some effects of spanwise aileron location for sweptback wings with aspect ratio of 8; naca-rm-l53l11; February 17, 1954

  227. Schult, Eugene, D Fields, E M; Free-flight measurements of the rolling effectiveness and drag of trailing-edge spoilers on a tapered sweptback wing at Mach numbers 0.6 and 1.4; naca-rm-l53l14a; February 18, 1954

  228. Lord, Douglas R Czarnecki, K R; Aerodynamic characteristics of a full-span trailing-edge control on a 60 degree delta wing with and without a spoiler at Mach number 1.61; naca-rm-l53l17; March 10, 1954

  229. Wiggins, James W; Wind-tunnel investigation at high subsonic speeds to determine the rolling derivatives of two wing-fuselage combinations having triangular wings, including a semiempirical method of estimating the rolling derivatives; naca-rm-l53l18a; February 08, 1954

  230. Stoney, William E Sandahl, Carl A; Effect of some section modifications and protuberances on the zero-lift drag of delta wings at transonic and supersonic speeds; naca-rm-l53l24a; February 18, 1954

  231. Robinson, Harold L; Pressures and associated aerodynamic and load characteristics for two bodies of revolution at transonic speeds; naca-rm-l53l28a; March 11, 1954

  232. Kehlet, Alan B; Aerodynamic characteristics at transonic and supersonic speeds of a rocket-propelled airplane configuration having a 52.5 degree delta wing and a low, swept horizontal tail; naca-rm-l54a20; March 29, 1954

  233. Silvers, H Norman King, Thomas J , Jr; Wind-tunnel investigation at high subsonic speeds of the effects of wing-mounted external stores on the loading and aerodynamic characteristics in pitch of a 45 degree sweptback wing combined with a fuselage; naca-rm-l54a21; March 23, 1954

  234. Thompson, Robert F; Hinge-moment, lift, and pitching-moment characteristics of a flap-type control surface having various hinge-line locations on a 4-percent-thick 60 degree delta wing : transonic bump method; naca-rm-l54b08; March 24, 1954

  235. Henderson, James H Swihart, John M Heiser, Gerald; Transonic aerodynamic and loads characteristics of a 4-percent-thick unswept-wing--fuselage combination; naca-rm-l54b24; May 24, 1954

  236. Kuehnel, Helmut A Phillips, William H; Theoretical investigation of some discontinuous yaw dampers; naca-rm-l54b24a; April 05, 1954

  237. Fournier, Paul G Few, Albert G , Jr; Effects of sweep and thickness on the static longitudinal aerodynamic characteristics of a series of thin, low-aspect-ratio, highly tapered wings at transonic speeds : transonic-bump method; naca-rm-l54b25; April 08, 1954

  238. Gillespie, Warren, Jr Dietz, Albert E; Rocket-powered model investigation of lift, drag, and stability of a body-tail configuration at Mach numbers from 0.8 to 2.3 and angles of attack between plus or minus 6.5 degrees; naca-rm-l54c04; April 15, 1954

  239. Coletti, Donald E; Measurements and predictions of flow conditions on a two-dimensional base separating a Mach number 3.36 jet and a Mach number 1.55 outer stream; naca-rm-l54c08; May 07, 1954

  240. Church, James D; Rocket-powered-model investigation of the hinge-moment and normal-force characteristics of a half-diamond tip control on a 60 degree sweptback diamond wind between Mach numbers of 0.5 and 1.3; naca-rm-l54c10; April 26, 1954

  241. De Moraes, Carlos A Nowitzky, Albin M; Experimental effects of propulsive jets and afterbody configurations on the zero-lift drag of bodies of revolution at a Mach number of 1.59; naca-rm-l54c16; April 22, 1954

  242. Wiley, Harleth G; A wind-tunnel investigation at high subsonic speeds of the lateral control characteristics of various plain spoiler configurations on a 3-percent-thick 60 degree delta wing; naca-rm-l54d01; May 26, 1954

  243. Maloney, Joseph P; Drag and heat transfer on a parabolic body of revolution (NACA RM-10) in free flight to Mach number 2 with both constant and varying Reynolds number and heating effects on turbulent skin friction; naca-rm-l54d06; June 17, 1954

  244. Comenzo, Raymond J; A preliminary investigation of the pressure recovery of several two-dimensional supersonic inlets at Mach number of 2.01; naca-rm-l54d14; June 23, 1954

  245. Burrows, Dale L; Large-scale low-speed wind-tunnel tests of a model having a 60 degree delta horizontal canard control surface and wing to obtain static-longitudinal-stability and canard surface hinge-moment data; naca-rm-l54d16a; June 17, 1954

  246. Lord, Douglas R Czarnecki, K R; Aerodynamic characteristics of several flap-type trailing-edge controls on a trapezoidal wing at Mach numbers of 1.61 and 2.01; naca-rm-l54d19; June 14, 1954

  247. English, Roland D; Flight investigation of an aileron and a spoiler on a wing of the X-3 airplane plan form at Mach numbers from 0.5 to 1.6; naca-rm-l54d26a; June 18, 1954

  248. Demoraes, Carlos, A; Transonic flight test of a rocket-powered model to determine propulsive jet influence on the configuration drag; naca-rm-l54d27; June 18, 1954

  249. Gammal, Abraham A Kennedy, Thomas L; Flight investigation to determine lift and drag characteristics of a canard ram-jet missile configuration in the Mach number range of 0.8 to 2.0; naca-rm-l54d28; June 17, 1954

  250. D'Aiutolo, Charles T; Low-amplitude damping-in-pitch characteristics of tailless delta-wing-body combinations at Mach numbers from 0.80 to 1.35 as obtained with rocket-powered models; naca-rm-l54d29; June 24, 1954

  251. Ulmann, Edward F Dunning, Robert W; Normal force, center of pressure, and zero lift drag of several ballistic-type missiles at Mach numbers of 4.05; naca-rm-l54d30a; July 06, 1954

  252. Grigsby, Carl E; An investigation of the effects of jet exhaust and Reynolds number upon the flow over the vertical stabilizer and rudder of the Douglas D-558-II research airplane at Mach numbers of 1.62, 1.93, and 2.41; naca-rm-l54e03; June 17, 1954

  253. Bland, William M , Jr; Effect of wing flexibility on the damping roll of a notched delta-wing body combination between Mach numbers 0.6 and approximately 2.2 as determined with rocket-propelled models; naca-rm-l54e04; June 18, 1954

  254. Fletcher, Herman S; A wind-tunnel investigation of the use of spoilers for obtaining static longitudinal stability of a canard-missile model in reverse flight; naca-rm-l54e05; June 21, 1954

  255. Kurbjun, Max C; Longitudinal stability and drag characteristics of a fin stabilized body of revolution with a fineness ratio of 12 as measured by the free-fall method; naca-rm-l54e13; June 24, 1954

  256. Offenhartz, Edward; An experimental investigation of two-dimensional, supersonic cascade-type inlets at a Mach number of 3.11; naca-rm-l54e17; August 25, 1954

  257. Grigsby, Carl E; Investigation of a canard missile configuration (NACA RM-4) in the Langley 9-inch supersonic tunnel at Mach numbers of 1.62 and 1.93; naca-rm-l54e20; June 24, 1954

  258. Lord, Douglas R Czarnecki, K R; Aerodynamic characteristics of several tip controls on a 60 degree wing at a Mach number of 1.61; naca-rm-l54e25; August 05, 1954

  259. Mathews, Charles W; Study of the attack of an automatically controlled interceptor on a maneuvering bomber with emphasis on proper coordination of lift-acceleration and roll-angle commands during rolling maneuvers; naca-rm-l54e27; August 04, 1954

  260. Seaberg, Ernest C Willoughby, William W Geller, Edward S; Theoretical investigation based on experimental frequency-response measurements of an automatic altitude control in combination with supersonic missile configuration; naca-rm-l54f04; August 03, 1954

  261. Spearman, M Leroy CORNELIUS DRIVER; Wind-tunnel investigation at a Mach number of 2.01 of the aerodynamic characteristics in combined pitch and sideslip of some canard-type missiles having cruciform wings and canard surfaces with 70 degree delta plan forms; naca-rm-l54f09; August 23, 1954

  262. Donlan, Charles J; An assessment of the airplane drag problem at transonic and supersonic speeds; naca-rm-l54f16; July 15, 1954

  263. Mclellan, Charles H; A method for increasing the effectiveness of stabilizing surfaces at high supersonic Mach numbers; naca-rm-l54f21; August 03, 1954

  264. Driver, Cornelius Lord, Douglas R; Investigation of the effect of balancing tabs on the hinge-moment characteristics of a trailing-edge flap-type control on a trapezoidal wing at a Mach number of 1.61; naca-rm-l54f22; August 05, 1954

  265. Kell, Robert J Hedgepeth, John M; Comparison between theoretical and experimental rates of roll of two models with flexible rectangular wings at supersonic speeds; naca-rm-l54f23; August 05, 1954

  266. Guy, Lawrence D; Effects of overhang balance on the hinge-moment and effectiveness characteristics of an unswept trailing-edge control on a 60 degree delta wing; naca-rm-l54g12a; September 14, 1954

  267. Strass, H Kurt Tucker, Warren A; Some effects of aileron span, aileron chord, and wing twist on rolling effectiveness as determined by rocket-powered model tests and theoretical estimates; naca-rm-l54g13; September 14, 1954

  268. Spearman, M Leroy Robinson, Ross B; Aerodynamic characteristics at Mach number of 2.01 of two cruciform missile configurations having 70 degree delta wings with length-diameter ratios of 14.8 and 17.7 with several canard controls; naca-rm-l54g20; August 30, 1954

  269. Merlet, Charles, F Putland, Leonard W; Flight determination of the drag of conical-shock nose inlets with various cowling shapes and axial positions of the center body at Mach numbers from 0.8 to 2.0; naca-rm-l54g21a; September 10, 1954

  270. Comenzo, Raymond J Mackley, Ernest A; Effect of yaw and angle of attack pressure recovery and mass-flow characteristics of a rectangular supersonic scoop inlet at a Mach number of 2.71; naca-rm-l54g22; September 10, 1954

  271. Kehlet, Alan B; Aerodynamic characteristics at transonic and supersonic speeds of a rocket-propelled airplane configuration having a diamond-plan-form wing of aspect ratio 3.08 and a low, swept horizontal tail; naca-rm-l54g27a; September 10, 1954

  272. Piland, Robert O; Drag measurements on a 1/6-scale, finless, sting-mounted NACA RM-10 missile in flight at Mach numbers from 1.1 to 4.04 showing some Reynolds number and heating effects; naca-rm-l54h09; October 27, 1954

  273. Sleeman, William C , Jr; Experimental investigation at high subsonic speeds to determine the rolling-stability derivatives of three wing-fuselage configurations; naca-rm-l54h11; October 27, 1954

  274. Fetterman, David E Ridyard, Herbert W; The effect of a change in airfoil section on the hinge-moment characteristics of a half-delta tip control with a 60 degree sweep angle at a Mach number of 6.9; naca-rm-l54h16a; October 15, 1954

  275. Schult, Eugene D; Free-flight measurements of the rolling effectiveness and operating characteristics of a bellows-actuated split-flap aileron on a 60 degree delta wing at Mach numbers between 0.8 and 1.8; naca-rm-l54h17; October 18, 1954

  276. Spearman, M Leroy Plazzo, Edward B; An investigation of a supersonic aircraft configuration having a tapered wing with circular-arc sections and 40 degree sweepback : aerodynamic characteristics of the configuration equipped with a canard control surface at a Mach number of 1.89; naca-rm-l54h19; October 18, 1954

  277. Wiley, Harleth G Moseley, William C , Jr; An investigation at high subsonic speeds of the pressure distributions on a 45 degree sweptback vertical tail in sideslip with and without a 45 degree sweptback horizontal tail located on the fuselage center line; naca-rm-l54h23; November 02, 1954

  278. Vitale, A James Mcfall, John C , Jr; Longitudinal stability characteristics at transonic speeds of a canard configuration having a 45 degree sweptback wing of aspect ratio 6.0 and NACA 65A009 airfoil section; naca-rm-l54i01; November 15, 1954

  279. Macauley, William D Feller, William V; An investigation of the characteristics of the NACA RM-10 (with and without fins) in the Langley 11-inch hypersonic tunnel at a Mach number of 6.9; naca-rm-l54i03; November 26, 1954

  280. Thompson, Robert F Taylor, Robert T; Effect of a wing leading-edge flap and chord-extension on the high subsonic control characteristics of a spoiler-slot-deflector control located at two spanwise positions; naca-rm-l54i09; November 19, 1954

  281. D'Aiutolo, Charles T; Low-amplitude damping-in pitch characteristics of four tailless swept wing-body combinations at Mach numbers from 0.85 to 1.30 as obtained with rocket-powered models; naca-rm-l54i10; November 24, 1954

  282. Bromm, August F O'Donnell, Robert M; Investigation at supersonic speeds of the effect of jet Mach number and divergence angle of the nozzle upon the pressure of the base annulus of a body of revolution; naca-rm-l54i16; December 17, 1954

  283. Hopko, Russell N; The effect of some surface roughness elements on the drag of a body of revolution at supersonic speeds; naca-rm-l54i21; November 24, 1954

  284. O'Donnell, Robert M Mcdearmon, Russell W; Experimental investigation of effects of primary jet flow and secondary flow through a zero-length ejector on base and boattail pressures of a body of revolution at free-stream Mach numbers of 1.62, 1.93, and 2.41; naca-rm-l54i22; December 06, 1954

  285. Piland, Robert O Putland, Leonard W; Zero-lift drag of several conical and blunt nose shapes obtained in free flight at Mach numbers of 0.7 to 1.3; naca-rm-l54a27; March 23, 1954

  286. Amer, Kenneth B Gessow, Alfred; Charts for estimating tail-rotor contribution to helicopter directional stability and control in low-speed flight; naca-tn-3156; May 1954

  287. (Author(s) Not Available); Manual of the ICAO standard atmosphere calculations by the NACA; naca-tn-3182; May 1954

  288. Lassiter, Leslie W Hubbard, Harvey H; The near noise field of static jets and some model studies of devices for noise reduction; naca-tn-3187; July 1954

  289. Silsby, Norman S; Statistical measurements of contact conditions of 478 transport-airplane landings during routine daytime operations; naca-tn-3194; June 1954

  290. Mccomb, Harvey G , Jr; Stress distributions caused by three types of loading on a circular semimonocoque cylinder with flexible rings; naca-tn-3199; September 1954

  291. Mccomb, Harvey G , Jr; Stress analysis of circular semimonocoque cylinders with cutouts by a perturbation load technique; naca-tn-3200; September 1954

  292. Shinbrot, Marvin; On the analysis of linear and nonlinear dynamical systems from transient-response data; naca-tn-3288; December 1954

  293. Draper, John W Kuhn, Richard E; Investigation of the aerodynamic characteristics of a model wing-propeller combination and of the wing and propeller separately at angles of attack up to 90 degrees; naca-tn-3304; November 1954

  294. Eaton, I D (Aluminum Company of America) Youra, John A (Aluminum Company of America); Additional fatigue tests on effects of design details in 355-T6 sand-cast aluminum alloy; naca-rm-53l22; March 10, 1954

  295. Wolock, I (National Bureau of Standards) Sherman, M A (National Bureau of Standards) Axilrod, B M (National Bureau of Standards); Effects of molecular weight on crazing and tensile properties of polymethyl methacrylate; naca-rm-54a04; February 17, 1954

  296. Black, John M (Forest Products Laboratory) Blomquist, R F (Forest Products Laboratory.); Development of metal-bonding adhesives with improved heat-resistant properties; naca-rm-54d01; May 14, 1954

  297. Kistler, A L (Johns Hopkins University) O'Brien, V (Johns Hopkins University) Corrsin, S (Johns Hopkins University); Preliminary measurements of turbulence and temperature fluctuations behind a heated grid; naca-rm-54d19; June 10, 1954

  298. Wolock, Irvin (National Bureau of Standards) George, Desmond A (National Bureau of Standards); Effects of multiaxial stretching on crazing and other properties of transparent plastics; naca-rm-54f22; October 20, 1954

  299. Sutton, Fred B Buell, Donald A; The effect of an operating propeller on the aerodynamic characteristics at high subsonic speeds of a model of a vertical-rising airplane having an unswept wing of aspect ratio 3; naca-rm-a52e06; November 15, 1954

  300. Bandettini, Angelo Selan, Ralph; The effects of horizontal-tail height and a partial-span leading-edge extension on the static longitudinal stability of a wing-fuselage-tail combination having a sweptback wing; naca-rm-a53j07; March 09, 1954

  301. Wetzel, Benton E Pfyl, Frank A; Effects of leading-edge chord extensions and an all-movable horizontal tail on the aerodynamic characteristics of a wing-body combination employing a triangular wing of aspect ratio 3 mounted in a high position at subsonic and supersonic speeds; naca-rm-a53j14a; January 06, 1954

  302. Sutton, Fred B Demele, Fred A; The effects of operating propellers on the longitudinal characteristics at high subsonic speeds of a four-engine tractor airplane configuration having a wing with 40 degrees of sweepback and an aspect ratio of 10; naca-rm-a53j23; January 07, 1954

  303. Ball, Louis H; Investigation of a trailing-edge paddle-control surface on a triangular wing of aspect ratio 2 at subsonic and supersonic speeds; naca-rm-a53k20; February 02, 1954

  304. Coe, Charles F Mellenthin, Jack A; Buffeting forces on two-dimensional airfoils as affected by thickness and thickness distribution; naca-rm-a53k24; February 04, 1954

  305. Nelson, Warren H; The transonic characteristics of unswept wings having aspect ratios of 4, spanwise variations in thickness ratio, and variations in plan-form taper-transonic -bump technique; naca-rm-a53l17; March 12, 1954

  306. Boltz, Frederick W Kolbe, Carl D; Effects of operating propellers on the wing-surface pressures of a four-engine tractor airplane configuration having a wing with 40 degrees of sweepback; naca-rm-a53l29; April 23, 1954

  307. Reynolds, Robert M Molk, Ashley J; Effects of two spinner shapes on the pressure recovery in an NACA 1-series D-type cowl behind a three-blade propeller at Mach numbers up to 0.80; naca-rm-a53l29a; March 19, 1954

  308. Kelly, Mark W Tolhurst, William H , Jr; The use of area suction to increase the effectiveness of a trailing-edge flap on a triangular wing of aspect ratio 2; naca-rm-a54a25; April 1954

  309. Herrera, Raymond Barnes, Robert H; An experimental investigation of the flutter of several wings of varying aspect ratio, density, and thickness ratio at Mach numbers from 0.60 to 1.10; naca-rm-a54a29; April 07, 1954

  310. Mossman, Emmet A Anderson, Warren E; The effect of lip shape on a nose-inlet installation at Mach numbers from 0 to 1.5 and a method for optimizing engine-inlet combinations; naca-rm-a54b08; May 07, 1954

  311. Koenig, David G; Tests in the Ames 40- by 80-foot wind tunnel of the effects of varying wing modifications on the longitudinal characteristics of two-triangular wing airplane models with and without horizontal tails; naca-rm-a54b09; April 15, 1954

  312. Heitmeyer, John C; Effect of a leading-edge flap upon the lift, drag, and pitching moment of an airplane employing a thin, unswept wing; naca-rm-a54b16; October 20, 1954

  313. Cleary, Joseph W; The transonic aerodynamic characteristics of structurally related wings of low aspect ratio having a spanwise variation in thickness ratio-transonic bump technique; naca-rm-a54b18; April 12, 1954

  314. Van Dyke, Rudolph D , Jr Matteson, Frederick H; Flight investigation of the effects of a partial-span leading-edge chord extension on the aerodynamic characteristics of a 35 degree swept-wing fighter airplane; naca-rm-a54b26; April 23, 1954

  315. Neice, Stanford E; Experimental investigation of the aerodynamic characteristics of a ballistic-type missile; naca-rm-a54c04; April 23, 1954

  316. Demele, Fred A Otey, William R; Investigation of the normal force accompanying thrust-axis inclination of the NACA 1.167-(0)(03)-058 and the NACA 1.167-(0)(05)-058 three-blade propellers at forward Mach numbers to 0.90; naca-rm-a54d22; June 23, 1954

  317. Maki, Ralph L Embry, Ursel R; Effects of high-lift devices and horizontal-tail location on the low-speed characteristics of a large-scale 45 degree swept-wing airplane configuration; naca-rm-a54e10; August 18, 1954

  318. Sutton, Fred B Dickson, Jerald K; A comparison of the longitudinal aerodynamic characteristics at mach numbers up to 0.94 of swept back wings having NACA 4-digit or NACA 64A thickness distributions; naca-rm-a54f18; August 23, 1954

  319. Mcfadden, Norman M Heinle, Donovan R; Flight investigation of the effects of horizontal-tail height, moment of inertia, and control effectiveness on the pitch-up characteristics of a 35 degree swept-wing fighter airplane at high subsonic speeds; naca-rm-a54f21; January 18, 1954

  320. Holdaway, George H; An experimental investigation of reduction in transonic drag rise at zero lift by the addition of volume to the fuselage of a wing-body-tail configuration and a comparison with theory; naca-rm-a54f22; August 18, 1954

  321. Reynolds, Robert M Walker, John H; Investigation of the NACA 4-(5)(05)-037 six- and eight-blade, dual-rotation propellers at positive and negative thrust at Mach numbers up to 0.90, including some aerodynamic characteristics of the NACA 4-(5)(05)-041 two- and four-blade, single-rotat; naca-rm-a54g13; October 08, 1954

  322. Sammonds, Robert I Reynolds, Robert M; Effect of rotation of a NACA 1-series E-type cowling on the internal flow and force characteristics of the cowling at Mach numbers up to 0.84 and at an angle of attack of 0 degrees; naca-rm-a54g14; October 27, 1954

  323. Wyss, John A Herrera, Raymond; Effects of angle of attack and airfoil profile on the two-dimensional flutter derivatives for airfoils oscillating in pitch at high subsonic speeds; naca-rm-a54h12; October 15, 1954

  324. Franks, Ralph W; Tests in the Ames 40- by 80-foot wind tunnel of the aerodynamic characteristics of airplane models with plain spoiler ailerons; naca-rm-a54h26; December 06, 1954

  325. Franks, Ralph W; The application of a simplified lifting-surface theory to the prediction of the rolling effectiveness of plain spoiler ailerons at subsonic speeds; naca-rm-a54h26a; December 06, 1954

  326. Spahr, J Richard; Longitudinal aerodynamic characteristics to large angles of attack of a cruciform missile configuration at a Mach number of 2; naca-rm-a54h27; December 06, 1954

  327. Cook, Woodrow L Griffin, Roy N JR Hickey, David H; A preliminary investigation of the use of circulation control to increase the lift of a 45 degree sweptback wing by suction through trailing-edge slots; naca-rm-a54i21; December 14, 1954

  328. Monfort, James C Wyss, John A; Effects of rigid spoilers on the two-dimensional flutter derivatives of airfoils oscillating in pitch at high subsonic speeds; naca-rm-a54i22; December 17, 1954

  329. Abramovitz, Marvin Van Dyke, Rudolph D , Jr; The effect of stick-force gradient and stick gearing on the tracking accuracy of a fighter airplane; naca-rm-a54i28; December 17, 1954

  330. Gillespie, Warren, Jr; Free-flight determination of force and stability characteristics of an inclined body of fineness ratio 16.9 at a Mach number of 1.74; naca-rm-l54g28a; November 15, 1954

  331. Aladyev, I. T.; Experimental determination of local and mean coefficients of heat transfer for turbulent flow in pipes; naca-tm-1356; 1954

  332. Ferrari, Carlo.; On the determination of certain basic types of supersonic flow fields; naca-tm-1381; 1954

  333. Loposer, J. Dan, Rumsey, Charles B.; Flight measurements of average skin-friction coefficients on a parabolic body of revolution (NACA-RM-10) at mach numbers from 1.0 to 3.7; naca-rm-l54g14; 1954

  334. Stiver, Louis S. Jr.; Effects of subsonic Mach number on the forces and pressure distributions on four NACA 64a-series airfoil sections at angles of attack as high as 28 degrees; naca-tn-3162; 1954

  335. McCafferty, Richard J.; Performance comparisons of Navy jet mix and MIL-F-5624A (JP-3) fuels in tubular and annular combustors / Richard J. McCafferty; naca-rm-e51j17; 1954

  336. Nussdorfer, Theodore J.; Some observations of shock-induced turbulent separation on supersonic diffusers; naca-rm-e51l26; 1954

  337. Reynolds, Robert M., Kenyon, George C.; Investigation of a three-blade propeller in combination with two different spinners and an NACA D-type cowl at Mach numbers up to 0.80; naca-rm-a54b18a; 1954

  338. Wyss, John A., Monfort, James C.; Effects of airfoil profile on the two-dimensional flutter derivatives for wings oscillating in pitch at high subsonic speeds; naca-rm-a54c24; 1954

  339. Rogallo, Vernon L., McCloud, John L., Yaggy, Paul F.; Note on the effects of first-order aerodynamic loads on propeller shaft loads with emphasis on counterrotating propellers; naca-rm-a54c30; 1954

  340. Sadoff, Melvin., Matterson, Frederick H., Van Dyke, Rudolph D. Jr.; The effect of blunt-trailing-edge modifications on the high-speed stability and control characteristics of a swept-wing fighter airplane; naca-rm-a54c31; 1954

  341. Smith, Willard G.; Wind-tunnel investigation at subsonic and supersonic speeds of a fighter model employing a low-aspect-ratio unswept wing and a horizontal tail mounted well above the wing plane - longitudinal stability and control; naca-rm-a54d05; 1954

  342. Niewald, Roy J., Brewer, Jack D.; Bibliography of NACA reports related to aircraft control and guidance systems January 1949 - April 1954; naca-rm-54f01; 1954

  343. B.M. Axilrod, J.E. Wier, and J. Mandel (National Bureau of Standards); Effects of Resin Coating Methods and Other Variables on Physical Properties of Glass-Fabric Reinforce Polyesters; naca-rm-54g26; 1954

  344. William R. Winbrow (Ames Aeroanutical Laboratory, Moffett Field Calif.); Effects of Base Bleed on the Base Pressure of Blunt-Trailing Edge Airfoils at Supersonic Speeds; naca-rm-a54a07; 1954

  345. Joseph H. Judd (Langley Aeronautical Laboratory, Langley Field, Va.); Flight Investigation of Engine Nacelles and Wing Vertical Position on the Drag of a Delta-Wing Airplane Configuration from Mach Number 0.8 to 2.0; naca-rm-l53l21; 1954

  346. Anatol Roshko; On the Development of Turbulent Wakes from Vortex Streets; naca-report-1191; 1954

  347. Don D. Davis, Jr., George M. Stokes, Dewey Moore, George L. Stevens, Jr.; Theoretical and Experimental Investigation of Mufflers with Comment on Engine-Exhaust Muffler Design; naca-report-1192; 1954

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