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    266 records

  1. Robert G. Deissler; Analysis of turbulent heat transfer, mass transfer, and friction in smooth tubes at high Prandtl and Schmidt numbers; naca-report-1210; 1955

  2. E. R. G. Eckert, A. J. Diaguila; Experimental investigation of free-convection heat transfer in vertical tube at large Grashof numbers; naca-report-1211; 1955

  3. George J. Pack, W. E. Phillips, Jr.; Analog study of interacting and noninteracting multiple-loop control systems for turbojet engines; naca-report-1212; 1955

  4. Hermon M. Parker; Minimum-drag ducted and pointed bodies of revolution based on linearized supersonic theory; naca-report-1213; 1955

  5. Norman S. Silsby; Statistical measurements of contact conditions of 478 transport-airplane landings during routine daytime operations; naca-report-1214; 1955

  6. R. J. Brun, W. Lewis, P. L. Perkins, J. S. Serafin; Impingement of cloud droplets on a cylinder and procedure for measuring liquid-water content and droplet sizes in supercooled clouds by rotating multicylinder method; naca-report-1215; 1955

  7. Kenneth B. Amer, Alfred Gessow; Charts for estimating tail-rotor contribution to helicopter directional stability and control in low-speed flight; naca-report-1216; 1955

  8. John R. Spreiter, Alberta Alksne; Theoretical prediction of pressure distributions on nonlifting airfoils at high subsonic speeds; naca-report-1217; 1955

  9. G. Chester Furlong, Thomas V. Bollech; Effect of ground interference on the aerodynamic and flow characteristics of a 42 degree sweptback wing at Reynolds numbers up to 6.8 x 10(6); naca-report-1218; 1955

  10. Wilber B. Huston, T. H. Skopinski; Measurement and analysis of wing and tail buffeting loads on a fighter airplane; naca-report-1219; 1955

  11. E. R. G. Eckert, J. N. B. Livingood; Calculations of laminar heat transfer around cylinders of arbitrary cross section and transpiration-cooled walls with application to turbine blade cooling; naca-report-1220; 1955

  12. Clarence W. Matthews; Theoretical study of the tunnel-boundary lift interference due to slotted walls in the presence of the trailing-vortex system of a lifting model; naca-report-1221; 1955

  13. Alvin Seiff; A free-flight wind tunnel for aerodynamic testing at hypersonic speeds; naca-report-1222; 1955

  14. A. F. Lietzke; Theoretical and experimental investigation of heat transfer by laminar natural convection between parallel plates; naca-report-1223; 1955

  15. Alex Goodman, David T. Thomas, Jr.; Effects of wing position and fuselage size on the low-speed static rolling stability characteristics of a delta-wing model; naca-report-1224; 1955

  16. James J. Donegan, Samuel W. Robinson, Jr., Ordway B. Gates, Jr.; Determination of lateral-stability derivatives and transfer-function coefficients from frequency-response data for lateral motions; naca-report-1225; 1955

  17. Warren A. Tucker; A method for the design of sweptback wings warped to produce specified flight characteristics at supersonic speeds; naca-report-1226; 1955

  18. James J. Gallagher, James N. Mueller; An investigation of the maximum lift of wings at supersonic speeds; naca-report-1227; 1955

  19. Franklin W. Diederich, Martin Zlotnick; Calculated spanwise lift distributions, influence functions, and influence coefficients for unswept wings in subsonic flow; naca-report-1228; 1955

  20. Patrick L. Donoughe, John N. B. Livingood; Exact solutions of laminar-boundary-layer equations with constant property values for porous wall with variable temperaturE; naca-report-1229; 1955

  21. Harvard Lomax, Franklyn B. Fuller, Loma Sluder; Generalized indical forces on deforming rectangular wings in supersonic flight; naca-report-1230; 1955

  22. Ray H. Wright, Vernon G. Ward; NACA transonic wind-tunnel test sections; naca-report-1231; 1955

  23. Kenneth L. Wadlin, Charles L. Shuford, Jr., John McGehee; A theoretical and experimental investigation of the lift and drag characteristics of hydrofoils at subcritical and supercritical speeds; naca-report-1232; 1955

  24. H. S. Ribner; Shock-turbulence interaction and the generation of noise; naca-report-1233; 1955

  25. Charles E. Watkins, Harry L. Runyan, Donald S. Woolston; On the Kernel function of the integral equation relating the lift and downwash distributions of oscillating finite wings in subsonic flow; naca-report-1234; 1955

  26. ; Standard atmosphere - tables and data for altitudes to 65,800 feet; naca-report-1235; 1955

  27. Morris D. Friedman, Doris Cohn; Arrangement of fusiform bodies to reduce the wave drag at supersonic speeds; naca-report-1236; 1955

  28. Seth B. Anderson, Richard S. Bray; A flight evaluation of the longitudinal stability characteristics associated with the pitch-up of a swept-wing airplane in maneuvering flight at transonic speeds; naca-report-1237; 1955

  29. Eugene S. Love; Investigations at supersonic speeds of 22 triangular wings representing two airfoil sections for each of 11 apex angles; naca-report-1238; 1955

  30. Thomas C. O'Bryan, Edward C. B. Danforth, J. Ford Johnston; Error in airspeed measurement due to the static-pressure field ahead of an airplane at transonic speeds; naca-report-1239; 1955

  31. K. R. Czarnecki, Archibald R. Sinclair; An 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-report-1240; 1955

  32. Howard J. Curfman, Jr.; Theoretical and analog studies of the effects of nonlinear stability derivatives on the longitudinal motions of an aircraft in response to step control deflections and to the influence of proportional automatic control; naca-report-1241; 1955

  33. George E. Solomon; Transonic flow past cone cylinders; naca-report-1242; 1955

  34. George C. Towe, Henry J. Gomberg, J. W. Freemen; High-resolution autoradiography; naca-report-1243; 1955

  35. Stanley Corrsin, Alan L. Kistler; Free-stream boundaries of turbulent flows; naca-report-1244; 1955

  36. Morris Morduchow; Analysis and calculation by integral methods of laminar compressible boundary-layer with heat transfer and with and without pressure gradient; naca-report-1245; 1955

  37. Kenneth L. Wadlin, John A. Ramsen, Victor L. Vaughn, Jr.; The hydrodynamic characteristics of modified rectangular flat plates having aspect ratios of 1.00, 0.25, and 0.125 and operating near a free water surface; naca-report-1246; 1955

  38. P. S. Klebanoff; Characteristics of turbulence in boundary layer with zero pressure gradient; naca-report-1247; 1955

  39. Benjamin Milwitzky, Dean C. Lindquist, Dexter M. Potter; An experimental study of applied ground loads in landing; naca-report-1248; 1955

  40. A. J. Eggers, Jr., Raymond C. Savin; A unified two-dimensional approach to the calculation of three-dimensional hypersonic flows, with application to bodies of revolution; naca-report-1249; 1955

  41. William C. Triplett, Stuart C. Brown, G. Allan Smith; The dynamic-response characteristics of a 35 degree swept-wing airplane as determined from flight measurements; naca-report-1250; 1955

  42. Harvey G. McComb, Jr.; Stress analysis of circular semimonocoque cylinders with cutouts; naca-report-1251; 1955

  43. Jack N. Nielsen; Quasi-cylindrical theory of wing-body interference at supersonic speeds and comparison with experiment; naca-report-1252; 1955

  44. John B. McDevitt; A correlation by means of transonic similarity rules of experimentally determined characteristics of a series of symmetrical and cambered wings of rectangular plan form; naca-report-1253; 1955

  45. Jack D. Brewer; Description and bibliography of NACA research on wing controls - January 1946 - February 1955; naca-rm-54k24; Mar 1955

  46. Joseph W. Semonian, James P. Peterson; An analysis of the stability and ultimate compressive strength of short sheet-stringer panels with special reference to the influence of the riveted connection between sheet and stringer; naca-report-1255; Jan 1955

  47. Ivan E. Beckwith, John A. Moore; An accurate and rapid method for the design of supersonic nozzles; naca-tn-3322; Feb 1955

  48. Allen R. Vick, Paul E. Dewey; An investigation of the discharge and drag characteristics of auxiliary-air outlets discharging into a transonic stream; naca-tn-3466; Jul 1955

  49. Paul E. Dewey; A preliminary investigation of aerodynamic characteristics of small inclined air outlets at transonic Mach numbers; naca-tn-3442; May 1955

  50. William H. Sterbentz, John C. Evvard; Criterions for prediction and control of ram-jet flow pulsations; naca-tn-3506; Aug 1955

  51. Virgil A. Sandborn; Study of the momentum distribution of turbulent boundary layers in adverse pressure gradients; naca-tn-3264; Jan 1955

  52. Virgil A. Sandborn; Experimental evaluation of momentum terms in turbulent pipe flow; naca-tn-3266; Jan 1955

  53. Harold W. Woolley; Effect of dissociation on thermodynamic properties of pure diatomic gases; naca-tn-3270; Apr 1955

  54. M. Metzger, J. Intrater; Intergranular corrosion of high-purity aluminum in hydrochloric acid II : grain-boundary segregation of impurity atoms; naca-tn-3282; Apr 1955

  55. F. S. Sherman; A low-density wind-tunnel study of shock-wave structure and relaxation phenomena in gases; naca-tn-3298; Jul 1955

  56. H. J. Cunningham, R. R. Lundstrom; Description and analysis of a rocket-vehicle experiment on flutter involving wing deformation and body motions; naca-tn-3311; Jan 1955

  57. William M. Bland, Jr., Carl A. Sandhal; A technique utilizing rocket-propelled test vehicles for the measurement of the damping in roll of sting-mounted models and some initial results for delta and unswept tapered wings; naca-tn-3314; May 1955

  58. John DeYoung, Walter H. Barling, Jr.; Prediction of downwash behind swept-wing airplanes at subsonic speed; naca-tn-3346; Jan 1955

  59. Raymond C. Savin; Application of the generalized shock-expansion method to inclined bodies of revolution traveling at high supersonic airspeeds; naca-tn-3349; Apr 1955

  60. A. C. Charters; The linearized equations of motion underlying the dynamic stability of aircraft, spinning projectiles, and symmetrical missiles; naca-tn-3350; Jan 1955

  61. R. D. Johnson, A. P. Young, A. D. Schwope; Plastic deformation of aluminum single crystals at elevated temperatures; naca-tn-3351; Apr 1955

  62. G. B. Dubois, F. W. Ocvirk, R. L. Wehe; Experimental investigation of misaligning couples and eccentricity at ends of misaligned plain bearings; naca-tn-3352; Feb 1955

  63. James R. Reese, John L. Sewall; Effective moment of inertia of fluid in offset, inclined, and swept-wing tanks undergoing pitching oscillations; naca-tn-3353; Jan 1955

  64. James P. Trant, Jr.; Preliminary investigation of a stick shaker as a lift-margin indicator; naca-tn-3355; Feb 1955

  65. J. Mayers, Bernard Budiansky; Analysis of behavior of simply supported flat plates compressed beyond the buckling load into the plastic range; naca-tn-3368; Feb 1955

  66. Conrad Rennemann, Jr.; Minimum-drag bodies of revolution in a nonuniform supersonic flow field; naca-tn-3369; Feb 1955

  67. John M. Hedgepeth, Paul G. Waner, Jr., Robert J. Kell; A simplified method for calculating aeroelastic effects on the roll of aircraft; naca-tn-3370; Mar 1955

  68. Robert F. Peck; Flight measurements of base pressure on bodies of revolution with and without simulated rocket chambers; naca-tn-3372; Apr 1955

  69. Kenneth Margolis; Theoretical calculations of the pressures, forces, and moments due to various lateral motions acting on thin isolated vertical tails with supersonic leading and trailing edges; naca-tn-3373; Mar 1955

  70. Maurice J. Brevoort, Bernard Rashis; Turbulent-heat-transfer measurements at a Mach number of 2.06; naca-tn-3374; Mar 1955

  71. Robert L. Trimpi, Nathaniel B. Cohen; A theory for predicting the flow of real gases in shock tubes with experimental verification; naca-tn-3375; Mar 1955

  72. James H. Walls; An experimental study of orifice coefficients, internal strut pressures, and loads on a small oleo-pneumatic shock strut; naca-tn-3426; Apr 1955

  73. Keith C. Harder, Conrad Rennemann, Jr.; On boattail bodies revolution having minimum wave drag; naca-tn-3478; Aug 1955

  74. William S. Aiken, Bernard Wiener; Analysis of the horizontal-tail loads measured in flight on a multiengine jet bomber; naca-tn-3479; Sep 1955

  75. James J. Kramer, John D. Stanitz; Prediction of losses induced by angle of attack in cascades of sharp-nosed blades for incompressible and subsonic compressible flow; naca-tn-3149; Jan 1955

  76. Kaattari, George E; Pressure distributions on triangular and rectangular wings to high angles of attack Mach numbers 2.46 and 3.36; naca-rm-a54j12; January 18, 1955

  77. Eggers, A J , Jr Hermach, C A; Initial experiments on the aerodynamic cooling associated with large-scale vortical motions in supersonic flow; naca-rm-a54l13; March 08, 1955

  78. Mellenthin, Jack A; The effect of a 4-percent-high spoiler on buffeting forces on a naca 65(sub 06)A004 two-dimensional airfoil at subsonic Mach numbers; naca-rm-a54l22; March 23, 1955

  79. Bright, Loren G; A flight investigation at transonic speeds of a model having a triangular wing of aspect ratio 4; naca-rm-a54l27; March 24, 1955

  80. Hunton, Lynn W; A study of the application of airfoil section data to the estimation of the high-subsonic-speed characteristics of swept wings; naca-rm-a55c23; June 24, 1955

  81. Delany, Noel K; Exploratory investigation of the low-speed static stability of a configuration employing three identical triangular wing panels and a body of equal length; naca-rm-a55c28; April 29, 1955

  82. Dugan, Duane W; Experimental investigation of some aerodynamic effects of a gap between wing and body of a moderately slender wing-body combination at a Mach number of 1.4; naca-rm-a55d08; May 27, 1955

  83. Kaattari, George E Hill, William A , Jr Nielsen, Jack N; Controls for supersonic missiles; naca-rm-a55d12; May 27, 1955

  84. Triplett, William C; Considerations involved in the design of a roll-angle computer for a bank-to-turn interceptor; naca-rm-a55d18a; June 1955

  85. Eggers, A J , Jr Hansen, Frederick Cunningham, Bernard E; Theoretical and experimental investigation of the effect of yaw on heat transfer to circular cylinders in hypersonic flow; naca-rm-a55e02; July 25, 1955

  86. Katzen, Elliott D Pitts, William C; Load distributions on wings and wing-body combinations at high angles of attack and supersonic speeds; naca-rm-a55e17; July 21, 1955

  87. Seiff, Alvin Allen, H Julian; Some aspects of the design of hypersonic boost-glide aircraft; naca-rm-a55e26; August 15, 1955

  88. Jorgensen, Leland H Perkins, Edward W; Investigation of some wake vortex characteristics of an inclined ogive-cylinder body at Mach number 1.98; naca-rm-a55e31; August 23, 1955

  89. Reese, David E , Jr; An experimental investigation of the unsteady lift induced on a wing in the downwash field of an oscillating canard control surface; naca-rm-a55f01; August 15, 1955

  90. Canning, Thomas N Derose, Charles E; Drag and rolling-moment effectiveness of trailing-edge spoilers at Mach numbers 2.2 and 5.0; naca-rm-a55f15; October 03, 1955

  91. Eggers, A J , Jr; A discussion of methods for reducing aerodynamic heating in supersonic flight; naca-rm-a55f21a; September 1955

  92. Pfyl, Frank A; An investigation of the effects of nose and lip shapes for an underslung scoop inlet at Mach numbers from 0 to 1.9; naca-rm-a55g13; November 18, 1955

  93. Reller, John O Hamaker, Frank M; Temperature recovery factors on a slender 12 degree cone-cylinder at Mach numbers from 3.0 to 6.3 and angles of attack up to 45 degrees; naca-rm-a55g20; October 03, 1955

  94. Dennis, David H Syvertson, Clarence A; Effects of boundary-layer separation on normal force and center of pressure of a cone-cylinder model with a large base flare at Mach numbers from 3.00 to 6.28; naca-rm-a55h09; October 03, 1955

  95. Eggers, A J , Jr; A method for simulating the atmospheric entry of long-range ballistic missiles; naca-rm-a55i15; December 28, 1955

  96. Rubesin, Morris W Pappas, Constantine C Okuno, Arthur F; The effect of fluid injection on the compressible turbulent boundary layer : preliminary tests on transpiration cooling of a flat plate; naca-rm-a55i19; December 21, 1955

  97. Reese, David E JR Carlson, William C A; An experimental investigation of the hinge-moment characteristics of a constant-chord control surface oscillating at high frequency; naca-rm-a55j24; December 1955

  98. Conrad, E William; Preliminary analysis of performance of turbojet engines used as pumps for boundary-layer control; naca-rm-e55e20a; August 16, 1955

  99. Childs, J Howard Friedman, Robert Kochendorfer, Fred D Lubick, Robert J; Stall and flame-out resulting from firing of armament; naca-rm-e55e25; August 05, 1955

  100. Dorsch, Robert G Serafini, John S Fletcher, Edward A; A preliminary investigation of static-pressure changes associated with combustion of aluminum borohydride in a supersonic wind tunnel; naca-rm-e55f07; August 18, 1955

  101. Henzel, James G , Jr Mcardle, Jack G; Preliminary performance data of several tail-pipe-cascade-type model thrust reversers; naca-rm-e55f09; August 29, 1955

  102. Hurrell, Herbert G Vasu, George Dunbar, William R; Experimental study of shock-positioning method of ram-jet-engine control; naca-rm-e55f21; August 29, 1955

  103. Reynolds, T W; Aircraft-fuel-tank design for liquid hydrogen; naca-rm-e55f22; August 09, 1955

  104. Smith, Kenneth J Osborn, Walter M; Design and test of mixed-flow impellers VI : performance and parabolic-bladed impeller with shroud redesigned by rapid approximate method; naca-rm-e55f23; September 07, 1955

  105. Piercy, Thomas G Klann, John L; Experimental investigation of methods of improving diffuser-exit total-pressure profiles for side-inlet model at Mach number 3.05; naca-rm-e55f24; August 29, 1955

  106. Rabb, Leonard Simpkinson, Scott H; Free-flight heat-transfer measurements on two 20 degree-cone-cylinders at Mach numbers from 1.3 to 4.9; naca-rm-e55f27; July 18, 1955

  107. Perkins, Porter J; Statistical survey of icing data measured on scheduled airline flights over the United States and Canada from November 1951 to June 1952; naca-rm-e55f28a; September 08, 1955

  108. Conners, James F Meyer, Rudolph C; Performance characteristics of axisymmetric two-cone and isentropic nose inlets at Mach number 1.90; naca-rm-e55f29; December 07, 1955

  109. Englert, Gerald W Wasserbauer, Joseph F Whalen, Paul; Interaction of a jet and flat plate located in an airstream; naca-rm-e55g19; September 08, 1955

  110. Altschuller, Aubrey P; Calculated heats of formation and combustion of boron compounds (boron, hydrogen, carbon, silicon); naca-rm-e55g26; October 04, 1955

  111. Esgar, Jack B Ziemer, Robert R; Review of status, methods and potentials of gas-turbine air-cooling; naca-rm-e54i23; February 23, 1955

  112. Piercy, Thomas G; Preliminary investigation of some internal boundary-layer-control systems on a side inlet at Mach number 2.96; naca-rm-e54k01; February 18, 1955

  113. Foster, Hampton H Fletcher, Edward A Straight, David M; Aluminum borohydride - hydrocarbon mixtures as a source of ignition for a turbojet combustor; naca-rm-e54k12; February 23, 1955

  114. Morgan, W C Kemp, R H; An experimental evaluation of several design variations of hollow turbine blades for expendable engine application; naca-rm-e54k23; February 23, 1955

  115. Harry, David P , III Lubick, Robert J; Inlet-air distortion effects on stall, surge, and acceleration margin of a turbojet engine equipped with variable compressor inlet guide vanes; naca-rm-e54k26; October 04, 1955

  116. Steffen, Fred W Krull, H George Schmiedlin, Ralph F; Effects of several geometric variables on internal performance of short convergent-divergent exhaust nozzles; naca-rm-e54l09; February 18, 1955

  117. Baughman, L Eugene; Wind-tunnel investigation at Mach 1.9 of multijet-missile base pressures; naca-rm-e54l14; March 1955

  118. Wise, G A Campbell, R C; Investigation of a ramp-type inlet designed for improved angle-of-attack performance at Mach number 2.0; naca-rm-e54l17; February 23, 1955

  119. Wilcox, Fred A Hearth, Donald P; Application of oblique-shock sensing system to ram-jet-engine flight Mach number control; naca-rm-e54l22a; March 03, 1955

  120. Morris, James F Caves, Robert M Lord, Albert M; Blow-out velocities of several slurry and liquid fuels in a 1 7/8 inch-diameter combustor; naca-rm-e54l27a; February 23, 1955

  121. Olson, Walter T Breitwieser, Roland; NACA research on slurry fuels through 1954; naca-rm-e55b14; April 21, 1955

  122. Kerslake, William R Dangle, E E Cervenka, A J; Experimental evaluation of boron-hydrocarbon slurry in a 16-inch ram-jet combustor; naca-rm-e55c07; July 1955

  123. Silverstein, Abe Hall, Eldon W; Liquid hydrogen as a jet fuel for high-altitude aircraft; naca-rm-e55c28a; April 15, 1955

  124. Hearth, Donald P Englert, Gerald W Kowalski, Kenneth L; Matching of auxiliary inlets to secondary-air requirements of aircraft ejector exhaust nozzles; naca-rm-e55d21; August 16, 1955

  125. Hamrick, Joseph T Osborn, Walter M; Design and test of mixed-flow impellers V : design procedure and performance results for two vaned diffusers tested with impeller model MFI-1B; naca-rm-e55e13; July 07, 1955

  126. Chiarito, Patrick T; Effectiveness of a turbojet tubular combustor in screening the turbine from foreign objects; naca-rm-e55e16; July 18, 1955

  127. Kremzier, Emil J Wise, George A; Effect of centerbody boundary-layer removal near the throat of three coniccal nose inlets at Mach 1.6 to 2.0; naca-rm-e55h16a; November 15, 1955

  128. Rabb, Leaonard Disher, John H; Boundary-layer transition at high Reynolds numbers as obtained in flight of a 20 degree cone-cylinder with wall to local stream temperature ratios near 1.0; naca-rm-e55i15; November 03, 1955

  129. Witzke, Walter R Prok, George M Keller, Thomas A; Design considerations of a condensing system for vaporized magnesium; naca-rm-e55i20; November 30, 1955

  130. Ordin, Paul M; Transportation of liquid fluorine; naca-rm-e55i23; November 08, 1955

  131. Allen, John L; Preliminary investigation of effect on performance of dividing conical-spike nose inlets into halves at Mach numbers 1.5 to 2.0; naca-rm-e55i26; December 19, 1955

  132. Pinkel, Benjamin Deutsch, George C Morgan, William C; Preliminary investigation of several root designs for cermet turbine blades in turbojet engine III : curved-root design; naca-rm-e55j04; December 28, 1955

  133. Tomazic, William A; Rocket-engine throttling; naca-rm-e55j20; 1955

  134. Lindsey, Walter F Landrum, Emma Jean; Flow and force characteristics of 2-percent-thick airfoils at transonic speeds; naca-rm-l54i30; January 18, 1955

  135. Peck, Robert F; Jet effects on longitudinal trim of an airplane configuration measured at Mach numbers between 1.2 and 1.8; naca-rm-l54j29a; January 18, 1955

  136. Welsh, Clement J Wallskog, Harvey A Sandahl, Carl A; Effects of some leading-edge modifications, section and plan-form variations, and vertical position on low-lift wing drag at transonic speeds; naca-rm-l54k01; January 18, 1955

  137. Alford, William J Silvers, H Norman King, Thomas, J , jr; Experimental aerodynamic forces and moments at low speed of a missile model during simulated launching from the midsemispan location of a 45 degree sweptback wing-fuselage combination; naca-rm-l54k11a; February 04, 1955

  138. Parks, James H; Transonic longitudinal aerodynamic effects of sweeping up the rear of the fuselage of a rocket-propelled airplane model having no horizontal tail; naca-rm-l54k12; January 20, 1955

  139. Kuhn, Richard E Byrnes, Andrew L , Jr; Aerodynamic loading characteristics in sideslip of a 45 degree sweptback wing with and without a fence at high subsonic speeds; naca-rm-l54k15; January 28, 1955

  140. Bridgland, T F , Jr; A theoretical investigation of the effect of auxiliary damping on the longitudinal response of a transonic bomber configuration in flight through continuous turbulence; naca-rm-l54k15a; March 1955

  141. English, Roland D; Free-flight investigation, including some effects of wing aeroelasticity, of the rolling effectiveness of an all-movable horizontal tail with differential incidence at Mach numbers from 0.6 to 1.5; naca-rm-l54k30; January 25, 1955

  142. Curfman, Howard J , Jr; Application of nonlinear aerodynamic stability characteristics to simplify missile control and guidance systems; naca-rm-l54l06a; February 15, 1955

  143. Chauvin, Leo T Maloney, Joseph P; Turbulent convective heat-transfer coefficients measured from flight tests of four research models (NACA RM-10) at Mach numbers from 1.0 to 3.6; naca-rm-l54l15; March 11, 1955

  144. Vitale, A James; Characteristics of loads in rough air at transonic speeds of rocket-powered models of a canard and a conventional-tail configuration; naca-rm-l54l17; March 1955

  145. Piland, Robert O; Performance measurements from a rocket-powered exploratory research missile flown to a Mach number of 10.4; naca-rm-l54l29a; March 15, 1955

  146. Fischetti, Thomas L Loving, Donald L; Effect of an all-movable wing-tip control on the longitudinal stability of 60 degree sweptback-wing-indented-body configuration equipped with fences at transonic speeds; naca-rm-l54l30; April 04, 1955

  147. Platt, Robert J , Jr Brooks, Joseph D; Transonic wind-tunnel investigation of the effects of sweepback and thickness ratio on the wing loads of a wing-body combination of aspect ratio 4 and taper ratio 0.6; naca-rm-l54l31b; April 04, 1955

  148. Palmer, William E Burrows, Dale L; A transonic wind-tunnel investigation of the longitudinal force and moment characteristics of two delta wings and one clipped-tip delta wing of 4 percent thickness on a slender body; naca-rm-l55a07a; April 04, 1955

  149. Alford, William J , Jr; Experimental static aerodynamic forces and moments at low speed on a canard missle during simulated launching from the midsemispan and wing-tip locations of a 45 degree sweptback wing-fuselage combination; naca-rm-l55a12; April 06, 1955

  150. Wallskog, Harvey A; Flutter experiences with thin pointed-tip wings during flight tests of rocket-propelled models at Mach numbers from 0.8 to 1.95; naca-rm-l55a14; April 04, 1955

  151. Rumsey, Charles B Piland, Robert O Hopko, Russell N; Aerodynamic-heating data obtained from free-flight tests between Mach numbers of 1 and 5; naca-rm-l55a14a; March 11, 1955

  152. Ulmann, Edward F Smith, Fred M; Aerodynamic characteristics of a 60 degree delta wing having a half-delta tip control at a Mach number of 4.04; naca-rm-l55a19; April 25, 1955

  153. Bartlett, Walter, A , jr Hagginbotham, William K , Jr; Flight and preflight tests of a ram jet burning magnesium slurry fuel and utilizing a solid-propellant gas generator for fuel expulsion; naca-rm-l55a24; April 06, 1955

  154. Henry, Beverly Z , Jr Cahn, Maurice S; Preliminary results of an investigation at transonic speeds to determine the effects of a heated propulsive jet on the drag characteristics of a related series of afterbodies; naca-rm-l55a24a; March 25, 1955

  155. Bertram, Mitchel H Mccauley, William D; An investigation of the aerodynamic characteristics of thin delta wings with a symmetrical double-wedge section at a Mach number of 6.9; naca-rm-l55b14; October 14, 1955

  156. Spearman, M Leroy; Investigation of the aerodynamic characteristics in pitch and sideslip of a 45 degree sweptback-wing airplane model with various vertical locations of the wing and horizontal tail : effect of wing location and geometric dihedral for the wing-body com; naca-rm-l55b18; April 06, 1955

  157. Thompson, Robert F Taylor, Robert T; Effect of a wing leading-edge flap and chord-extension on the high subsonic control characteristics of an aileron located at two spanwise positions; naca-rm-l55b18a; May 10, 1955

  158. Coletti, Donard E; Investigation of interference lift, drag, and pitching moment of a series of triangular wing and body combinations at a Mach number of 1.62; naca-rm-l55b25; May 27, 1955

  159. Nason, Martin L Rock, Rupert S Brown, Clarence, Jr; An evaluation of a rolleron-roll-rate-stabilization system for a canard missile configuration at Mach numbers from 0.9 to 2.3; naca-rm-l55c22; September 15, 1955

  160. Chauvin, Leo T Carter, Howard S; Exploratory tests of transpiration cooling on a porous 8 degree cone at M = 2.05 using nitrogen gas, helium gas, and water as the coolants; naca-rm-l55c29; June 03, 1955

  161. Dow, Norris F Peters, Roger W; Preliminary investigation of the failure of pressurized stiffened cylinders; naca-rm-l55d15b; May 20, 1955

  162. Alford, William J , Jr Silvers, H Norman King, Thomas J , Jr; Experimental static aerodynamic forces and moments at low speed on a missile model during simulated launching from the 25-percent-semispan and wing-tip location of a 45 degree sweptback wing-fuselage combination; naca-rm-l55d20; May 25, 1955

  163. Wiley, Harleth G Moseley, William C , Jr; An investigation at high subsonic speeds of the effects of horizontal-tail height on the aerodynamic and loading characteristics in sideslip on a 45 degree sweptback, untapered tail assembly as determined from force tests and integrated vertical-tail; naca-rm-l55e04; June 28, 1955

  164. Smith, Norman F Carlson, Harry W; Some effects of configuration variables on store loads at supersonic speeds; naca-rm-l55e05; July 06, 1955

  165. Bressette, Walter E Faget, Maxime A; An investigation of jet effects on adjacent surfaces; naca-rm-l55e06; June 28, 1955

  166. Jones, Jim J; Experimental drag coefficients of round noses with conical windshields at Mach number 2.72; naca-rm-l55e10; June 28, 1955

  167. Davis, Don D , Jr Hieser, Gerald; Loads on thin wings at transonic speeds; naca-rm-l55e11c; June 28, 1955

  168. Czarnecki, K R Lord, Douglas R; Simplified procedures for estimating flap-control loads at supersonic speeds; naca-rm-l55e12; May 27, 1955

  169. Lord, Douglas, R Czarnecki, K R; Loads associated with spoilers at supersonic speeds; naca-rm-l55e12a; June 14, 1955

  170. Runckel, Jack F Gray, W H; An investigation of loads on ailerons at transonic speeds; naca-rm-l55e13; May 27, 1955

  171. Guy, Lawrence D; Loads on external stores at transonic and supersonic speeds; naca-rm-l55e13b; August 15, 1955

  172. Silsby, Norman S Harrin, Eziaslav N; Landing conditions for large airplanes in routine operations; naca-rm-l55e18c; July 06, 1955

  173. Polhamus, Edward C; Some factors affecting the variation of pitching moment with sideslip of aircraft configurations; naca-rm-l55e20b; July 15, 1955

  174. Carlson, Harry W Gapcynski, John P; An experimental investigation at a Mach number of 2.01 of the effects of body cross-section shape on the aerodynamic characteristics of bodies and wing-body combinations; naca-rm-l55e23; July 21, 1955

  175. Feller, William V; Investigation of equilibrium temperatures and average laminar heat-transfer coefficients for the front half of swept circular cylinders at a Mach number of 6.9; naca-rm-l55f08a; August 18, 1955

  176. Beckwith, Ivan E; Theoretical investigation of laminar heat transfer on yawed infinite cylinders in supersonic flow and a comparison with experimental data; naca-rm-l55f09; August 09, 1955

  177. Falanga, Ralph A; A free-flight investigation of the effects of simulated sonic turbojet exhaust on the drag of a boattail body with various jet sizes from Mach number 0.87 to 1.50; naca-rm-l55f09a; August 18, 1955

  178. Griffith, George E Miltonberger, Georgene H Rosecrans, Richard; Tests of aerodynamically heated multiweb wing structures in a free jet at Mach number 2 : two aluminum-alloy models of 20-inch chord with 0.064- and 0.081-inch-thick skin; naca-rm-l55f13; August 09, 1955

  179. Strass, H Kurt Stephens, Emily W Fields, E M Schult, Eugene D; Collection and summary of flap-type-aileron rolling-effectiveness data at zero lift as determined by rocket-powered model tests at Mach numbers between 0.6 and 1.6; naca-rm-l55f14; September 02, 1955

  180. Passera, Anthony L Garner, H Douglas; Simulator studies of a simple homing system; naca-rm-l55g06; October 06, 1955

  181. Schult, Eugene D; :A Free-flight investigation at high subsonic and low supersonic speeds of the rolling effectiveness and drag of three spoiler controls having potentially low actuating-force requirements; naca-rm-l55g11a; September 20, 1955

  182. Rumsey, Charles B; Free-flight measurements of aerodynamic heat transfer to Mach number 3.9 and of drag to Mach number 6.9 of a fin-stabilized cone-cylinder configuration; naca-rm-l55g28a; October 07, 1955

  183. Seaberg, Ernest C Sproull, Royce H Reid, H J E , Jr; Flight investigation at supersonic Mach numbers of an automatic acceleration control missile in which rate damping is obtained from a linear accelerometer placed ahead of the missile center of gravity; naca-rm-l55g29; November 08, 1955

  184. Hoffman, Sherwood; Free-flight tests to determine the power-on and power-off pressure distribution and drag of the NACA RM-10 research vehicle at large Reynolds numbers between Mach numbers 0.8 and 3.0; naca-rm-l55h02; September 20, 1955

  185. Guy, Lawrence D Hadaway, William M; Aerodynamic loads on an external store adjacent to a 45 degree sweptback wing at Mach numbers from 0.70 to 1.96, including an evaluation of techniques used; naca-rm-l55h12; November 15, 1955

  186. Turner, Thomas R Vogler, Raymond D; Wind-tunnel investigation at transonic speeds of a jet control on an 80 degree delta-wing missile; naca-rm-l55h22; November 1955

  187. Gapcynski, John P; An experimental investigation of the flow phenomena over bodies at high angles of attack at a Mach number of 2.01; naca-rm-l55h29; October 27, 1955

  188. Clements, James E; A theoretical analysis of a simple aerodynamic device to improve the longitudinal damping of a cruciform missile configuration at supersonic speeds; naca-rm-l55h31; October 27, 1955

  189. Purser, Paul E; Comparative dispersion data from ground-launched 2.25-inch rockets equipped with cruciform and monoplane fins; naca-rm-l55i06; November 1955

  190. Gillespie, Warren, Jr; Lift, drag, and longitudinal stability at Mach numbers from 1.4 to 2.3 of a rocket-powered model having a 52.5 degree sweptback wing of aspect ratio 3 and inline tail surfaces; naca-rm-l55i12; December 15, 1955

  191. Falanga, Ralph A Judd, Joseph H; Flight investigation of the effect of underwing propulsive jets on the lift, drag, and longitudinal stability of a delta-wing configuration at Mach numbers from 1.23 to 1.62; naca-rm-l55i13; December 15, 1955

  192. Coletti, Donald E; Investigation of interference lift, drag, and pitching moment of a series of triangular-wing and body combinations at a Mach number of 1.94; naca-rm-l55i14; December 21, 1955

  193. Schmeer, James W; The effect of leading-edge droop upon the pressure distribution and aerodynamic loading characteristics of a 45 degree sweptback wing at transonic speeds; naca-rm-l55i16; November 08, 1955

  194. Press, Harry Meadows, May T Hadlock, Ivan; Estimates of probability distribution of root-mean-square gust velocity of atmospheric turbulence from operational gust-load data by random-process theory; naca-tn-3362; March 1955

  195. Keith, Arvid L , Jr Schiff, Jack; Low-speed wind-tunnel investigation of a triangular sweptback air inlet in the root of a 45 degree sweptback wing; naca-tn-3363; 1955

  196. Reller, John O , Jr Hamaker, Frank M; An experimental investigation of the base pressure characteristics of nonlifting bodies of revolution at Mach numbers from 2.73 to 4.98; naca-tn-3393; March 17, 1955

  197. Daley, Bernard N Lord, Douglas R; Aerodynamic characteristics of several 6-percent-thick airfoils at angles of attack from 0 degrees to 20 degrees at high subsonic speeds; naca-tn-3424; May 1955

  198. Bird, John D; Some calculations of the lateral response of two airplanes to atmospheric turbulence with relation to the lateral snaking problem; naca-tn-3425; May 1955

  199. Seaberg, Ernest C; Theoretical investigation of a proportional-plus-flicker automatic pilot; naca-tn-3427; May 1955

  200. Pendley, Robert E Robinson, Harold L; An investigation of several NACA 1-series nose inlets with and without protruding central bodies at high-subsonic Mach numbers and at a Mach number of 1.2; naca-tn-3436; May 1955

  201. Nichols, Mark R Pierpont, Kenneth P; Preliminary investigation of a submerged air scoop utilizing boundary-layer suction to obtain increased pressure recovery; naca-tn-3437; April 1955

  202. Watkins, Charles E Berman, Julian H; On the Kernel function of the integral equation relating lift and downwash distributions of oscillating wings in supersonic flow; naca-tn-3438; May 1955

  203. Mccomb, Harvey G , Jr Low, Emmet F , Jr; Tables of coefficients for the analysis of stresses about cutouts in circular semimonocoque cylinders with flexible rings; naca-tn-3460; July 1955

  204. Turner, Thomas R; Effects of sweep on the maximum-lift characteristics of four aspect-ratio-4 wings at transonic speeds; naca-tn-3468; July 1955

  205. Gessow, Alfred Tapscott, Robert J; Supplementary charts for estimating performance of high-performance helicopters; naca-tn-3482; July 1955

  206. Turner, Howard L White, John S Van Dyke, Rudolph D , Jr; Flight testing by radio remote control-flight evaluation of a beep-control system; naca-tn-3496; March 1955

  207. Beck, Preston E (Naval Air Test Center); Some results of flight testing of ski-equipped aircraft at the Naval Air Test Center; naca-rm-54j27; February 04, 1955

  208. (Author(s) Not Available); Meteorological problems associated with commercial turbojet-aircraft operation; naca-rm-54l29; June 21, 1955

  209. Black, John M (Forest Products Laboratory) Blomquist, R F (Forest Products Laboratory); Metal-bonding adhesives for high-temperature service; naca-rm-55f08; July 28, 1955

  210. Cesaro, Richard S Walker, Curtis L; Application of non-afterburning turbojets to supersonic flight; naca-rm-55k16; November 18, 1955

  211. Wetzel, Benton E; 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-lateral and directional stability; naca-rm-a54h26b; April 28, 1955

  212. Eggers, A J , Jr Syverton, Clarence A; Experimental investigation of a body flare for obtaining pitch stability and a body flap for obtaining pitch control in hypersonic flight; naca-rm-a54j13; January 18, 1955

  213. Turner, Howard L Triplett, William C White, John S; A flight and analog computer study of some stabilization and command networks for an automatically controlled interceptor during the final attack phase; naca-rm-a54j14; March 23, 1955

  214. Baldwin, Barrett S , Jr Dickey, Robert R; Application of wing-body theory to drag reduction at low supersonic speeds; naca-rm-a54j19; January 28, 1955

  215. Wetzel, Benton E; Effect of taper ratio on lift, drag, and pitching-moment characteristics of thin wings of aspect ratio 3 with 53.1 degrees sweepback of leading edge at subsonic and supersonic speeds; naca-rm-a54j20; January 27, 1955

  216. Sammonds, Robert I Reynolds, Robert M; The pressure-recovery and propeller-force characteristics of a propeller-spinner-cowling combination employing NACA 4-(5) (05)-037 six- and eight-blade dual-rotation propellers with an NACA 1 series D-type cowl; naca-rm-a54j22; January 27, 1955

  217. Tunnell, Phillips J; An investigation of string support interference on base pressure and forebody chord force at Mach numbers from 0.60 to 1.30; naca-rm-a54k16a; January 28, 1955

  218. Sutton, Fred B Dickson, Jerald K; The longitudinal characteristics at Mach numbers up to 0.92 of several wing-fuselage-tail combinations having sweptback wings with NACA four-digit thickness distributions; naca-rm-a54l08; March 24, 1955

  219. Eggers, Alfred J , Jr Allen, H Julian Neice, Stanford E; A comparative analysis of the performance of long-range hypervelocity vehicles; naca-rm-a54l10; March 24, 1955

  220. Knechtel, Earl D Summers, James L; Effects of sweep and taper on the longitudinal characteristics of an aspect ratio 3 wing-body combination at Mach numbers from 0.6 to 1.4; naca-rm-a55a03; March 23, 1955

  221. Sadoff, Melvin; Summary of the flight conditions and maneuvers in which maximum wing and tail loads were experienced on a swept-wing fighter airplane; naca-rm-a55a06; March 30, 1955

  222. Alksne, Alberta; A comparison of two methods for computing the wave of wing-body combinations; naca-rm-a55a06a; April 07, 1955

  223. Hopkins, Edward J Sorensen, Norman E; Downwash survey behind two low-aspect-ratio variable-incidence wings in combination with three different size fuselages at a Mach number of 0.25; naca-rm-a55a07; March 30, 1955

  224. Mossman, Emmet A Lazzeroni, Frank A Pfyl, Frank A; An experimental investigation of the air-flow of a scoop-type normal-shock inlet; naca-rm-a55a13; April 28, 1955

  225. Lomax, Harvard; The wave drag of arbitrary configurations in linearized flow as determined by areas and forces in oblique planes; naca-rm-a55a18; March 24, 1955

  226. Beam, Benjamin H Reed, Verlin D Lopez, Armando E; Wind-tunnel measurements at subsonic speeds of the static and dynamic-rotary stability derivatives of a triangular-wing airplane model having a triangular vertical tail; naca-rm-a55a28; April 25, 1955

  227. Blackaby, James R; Wind-tunnel investigation at low speed of a wing having 63 degree sweepback and a drooped tip; naca-rm-a55b14; April 07, 1955

  228. Mcdevitt, John B; An experimental investigation of two methods for reducing transonic drag of swept-wing and body combinations; naca-rm-a55b21; April 29, 1955

  229. Polentz, Perry P Page, William A Levy, Lionel L , Jr; The unsteady normal-force characteristics of selected NACA profiles at high subsonic Mach numbers; naca-rm-a55c02; May 27, 1955

  230. Walker, Harold J Maillard, William C; A correlation of airfoil section data with the aerodynamic loads measured on a 45 degree sweptback wing model at subsonic Mach numbers; naca-rm-a55c08; May 27, 1955

  231. Neice, Stanford E Wong, Thomas J Hermach, Charles A; Lift, drag, and static longitudinal stability characteristics of four airplane-like configurations at Mach numbers from 3.00 to 6.28; naca-rm-a55c24; April 25, 1955

  232. Dickson, Jerald K Sutton, Fred B; The effect of wing height on the longitudinal characteristics at high subsonic speeds of a wing-fuselage-tail combination having a wing with 40 degrees of sweepback and NACA four digit thickness distribution; naca-rm-a55c30; May 25, 1955

  233. Dickson, Gerald K Sutton, Fred B; The effect of wing fences on the longitudinal characteristics at Mach numbers up to 0.92 of a wing-fuselage-tail combination having a 40 degree sweptback wing with NACA 64A thickness distribution; naca-rm-a55c30a; May 27, 1955

  234. Graham, David Evans, William T; Investigation of the effects of an airfoil section modification on the aerodynamic characteristics at subsonic and supersonic speeds of a thin swept wing of aspect ratio 3 in combination with a body; naca-rm-a55d11; June 28, 1955

  235. Cole, Henry A , Jr Brown, Stuart C Holleman, Euclid C; The effects of flexibility on the longitudinal and lateral directional response of a large airplane; naca-rm-a55d14; May 27, 1955

  236. White, Maurice D; A flight investigation at transonic speeds of a model having a triangular wing of aspect ratio 3; naca-rm-a55d18; June 24, 1955

  237. Mossman, Emmett A Pfyl, Frank A Lazzeroni, Frank A; Experimental investigation at Mach numbers from 0 to 1.9 of trapezoidal and circular side inlets for a fighter-type airplane; naca-rm-a55d27; July 28, 1955

  238. Stephenson, Jack D Selan, Ralph Bandettini, Angelo; A comparison at Mach numbers up to 0.92 of the calculated and experimental downwash and wake characteristics at various horizontal tail heights behind a wing with 45 degree of sweepback; naca-rm-a55d27a; June 28, 1955

  239. Stewart, Elwood C; Application of statistical theory to beam-rider guidance in the presence of noise I : Wiener filter theory; naca-rm-a55e11; August 23, 1955

  240. Delany, Noel K; Additional measurements of the low-speed static stability of a configuration employing three triangular wing panels and a body of equal length; naca-rm-a55f02a; July 25, 1955

  241. Holdaway, George H; Additional comparisons between computed and measured transonic drag-rise coefficients at zero lift for wing-body-tail configurations; naca-rm-a55f06; August 15, 1955

  242. Cooper, George E Innis, Robert C; Effect of area-suction-type boundary-layer control on the landing-approach characteristics of a 35 degree swept-wing fighter; naca-rm-a55k14; February 03, 1955

  243. Peterson, Victor L Menees, Gene P; Static stability and control of canard configurations at Mach numbers from 0.70 to 2.22 : lateral-directional characteristics of a triangular wing and canard; naca-rm-a57l18; March 28, 1955

  244. Gillespie, Warren, Jr; Lift, drag, and longitudinal stability at Mach numbers from 0.8 to 2.1 of a rocket-powered model having a tapered unswept wing of aspect ratio 3 and inline tail surfaces; naca-rm-l55b10; April 25, 1955

  245. Cubbage, James M , Jr; Effect of convergent ejector nozzles on the boattail drag of a 16 degree conical afterbody at Mach numbers of 0.6 to 1.26; naca-rm-l58g25; September 17, 1955

  246. Keune, Friedrich.; Lift on a bent, flat plate; naca-tm-1340; 1955

  247. Vladimirov, A. N.; Approximate hydrodynamic design of a finite span hydrofoil; naca-tm-1341; 1955

  248. Germain, Paul.; General theory of conical flows and its application to supersonic aerodynamics; naca-tm-1354; 1955

  249. Miele, Angelo.; General solutions of optimum problems in nonstationary flight; naca-tm-1388; 1955

  250. Miele, Angelo.; Optimum flight paths of turbojet aircraft; naca-tm-1389; 1955

  251. Loeb, Julian.; From linear mechanics to nonlinear mechanics; naca-tm-1396; 1955

  252. Rothrock, Addison M.; Turbojet propulsion-system research and the resulting effects on airplane performance; naca-rm-54h23; 1955

  253. Neel, Carr B., Jr.; A Heated-Wire Liquid-Water-Content Instrument and Results of Initial Flight Tests in Icing Conditions; naca-rm-a54i23; 1955

  254. Dods, Jules B. Jr., Tinling, Bruce E.; Summary of results of a wind-tunnel investigation of nine related horizontal tails; naca-tn-3497; 1955

  255. Deyoung, John Barling, Walter H , Jr; Correction of additional span loadings computed by the Weissinger seven-point method for moderately tapered wings of high aspect ratio; naca-tn-3500; July 1955

  256. Sadoff, Melvin., Matteson, Frederick H., Havill, C. Dewey.; A method for evaluating the loads and controllability aspects of the pitch-up problem; naca-rm-a55d06; 1955

  257. Matthews, Howard F., Schmidt, Stanley F.; A comparison of the maneuvering performance of a monowing versus a cruciform missile; naca-rm-a55d13; 1955

  258. Rathert, George A , Jr Abramovitz, Marvin Gadeberg, Burnett L; The effects of powered controls and fire-control systems on tracking accuracy; naca-rm-a55d12a; May 26, 1955

  259. Doolin, Brian F Smith, G Allan Drinkwater, Fred J , III; An air-borne target simulator for use in optical sight tracking studies; naca-rm-a55f20; September 1955

  260. Scherrer, Richard., Gowen, Forrest E.; Preliminary experimental investigation of a variable-area, variable-internal-contraction air inlet at Mach numbers between 1.42 and 2.44; naca-rm-a55f23; 1955

  261. Warner Robert W.; Comparison between analytical and wind-tunnel results on flutter of several low-aspect-ratio, high-density, unswept wings at high subsonic speeds and zero angle of attack; naca-rm-a55g08; 1955

  262. Boyd, John W., Migotsky, Eugene., Wetzel, Benton E.; A study of conical camber for triangular and sweptback wings; naca-rm-a55g19; 1955

  263. Wetzel, Benton E.; Effect of leading-edge sweepback on lift, drag, and pitching-moment characteristics of thin wings of aspect ratio 3 and taper ratio 0.4 at subsonic and supersonic speeds; naca-rm-a55h04a; 1955

  264. Wong, Thomas J., Gloria, Hermilo R.; Aerodynamic characteristics of two rectangular-plan-form, all moveable controls in combination with a slender body of revolution at Mach numbers from 3.00 to 6.25; naca-rm-a55j07; 1955

  265. Coe, Charles F.; A study of local-pressure fluctuations relative to static-pressure distributions on two-dimensional airfoils at high subsonic Mach numbers; naca-rm-a55j11; 1955

  266. Jack D. Stephenson, Angelo Bandettini, and Ralph Selan (Ames Aeroanutical Laboratory, Moffett Field Calif.); Longitudinal Stability Characteristics at Mach Numbers up to 0.92 of a Wing-Body-Tail Combination Having a Wing with 45o of Sweepback and a Tail in Various Vertical Positions; naca-rm-a54k09; 1955

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