NACA Digital Library - UK Mirror

    301 records

  1. Richard R. Heldenfels, Eldon E. Mathauser; A summary of NACA research on the strength and creep of aircraft structures at elevated temperatures; naca-rm-L56D06; May, 1956

  2. Edmond E. Bisson, Robert L. Johnson, Max A Swikert, Douglas Godfrey; Friction, wear, and surface damage of metals as affected by solid surface films; naca-report-1254; Jan 1956

  3. Max A. Heaslet, Franklyn B. Fuller; Axially symmetric shapes with minimum wave drag; naca-report-1256; Jan 1956

  4. Charles E. Watkins, Julian H. Berman; On the Kernel function of the integral equation relating lift and downwash distributions of oscillating wings in supersonic flow; naca-report-1257; Jan 1956

  5. Benjamin H. Beam; A wind-tunnel test technique for measuring the dynamic rotary stability derivatives at subsonic and supersonic speeds; naca-report-1258; Jan 1956

  6. Dean R. Chapman; Some possibilities of using gas mixtures other than air in aerodynamic research; naca-report-1259; Jan 1956

  7. Robert J. Tapscott, Kenneth B. Amer; Studies of the speed stability of a tandem helicopter in forward flight; naca-report-1260; Jan 1956

  8. Leslie W. Lassiter, Harvey H. Hubbard; The near noise field of static jets and some model studies of devices for noise reduction; naca-report-1261; Jan 1956

  9. Harry L. Runyan, Donald S. Woolston, Gerald A. Rainey; Theoretical and experimental investigation of the effect of tunnel walls on the forces on an oscillating airfoil in two-dimensional subsonic compressible flow; naca-report-1262; Jan 1956

  10. Richard E. Kuhn, John W. Draper; 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-report-1263; Jan 1956

  11. A. E. Potter, Jr., A. I. Berlad; A thermal equation for flame quenching; naca-report-1264; Jan 1956

  12. Robert L. Trimpi; A theory for stability and buzz pulsation amplitude in ram jets and an experimental investigation including scale effects; naca-report-1265; Jan 1956

  13. Alfred Gessow, Robert J. Tapscott; Charts for estimating performance of high-performance helicopters; naca-report-1266; Jan 1956

  14. M. J. Queijo; Theoretical span load distributions and rolling moments for sideslipping wings of arbitrary plan form in incompressible flow; naca-report-1269; Jan 1956

  15. Bernard Lubarsky, Samuel J. Kaufman; Review of experimental investigations of liquid-metal heat transfer; naca-report-1270; Jan 1956

  16. Keith C. Harder, Conrad Renneman, Jr.; On boattail bodies of revolution having minimum wave drag; naca-report-1271; Jan 1956

  17. Harry Press, May T. Meadows, Ivan Hadlock; A reevaluaion of data on atmospheric turbulence and airplane gust loads for application in spectral calculations; naca-report-1272; Jan 1956

  18. Richard T. Whitcomb; A study of the zero-lift drag-rise characteristics of wing-body combinations near the speed of sound; naca-report-1273; Jan 1956

  19. Milton D. Van Dyke; Second-order subsonic airfoil theory including edge effects; naca-report-1274; Jan 1956

  20. Frederick C. Grant; The proper combination of lift loadings for least drag on a supersonic wing; naca-report-1275; Jan 1956

  21. Curt A. Holzhauser, Richard S. Bray; Wind-tunnel and flight investigations of the use of leading-edge area suction for the purpose of increasing the maximum lift coefficient of a 35 degree swept-wing airplane; naca-report-1276; Jan 1956

  22. Maurice Tucker; Interaction of a free flame front with a turbulence field; naca-report-1277; Jan 1956

  23. Francis E. Cook, Benjamin Milwitzky; Effect of interaction on landing-gear behavior and dynamic loads in a flexible airplane structure; naca-report-1278; Jan 1956

  24. James J. Kramer, Vasily D. Prian, Chung-Hua Wu; Theoretical analysis of incompressible flow through a radial-inlet centrifugal impeller at various weight flows; naca-report-1279; jan 1956

  25. Herbert C. Nelson, Herbert J. Cunningham; Theoretical investigation of flutter of two-dimensional flat panels with one surface exposed to supersonic potential flow; naca-report-1280; Jan 1956

  26. R. I. Sears, C. F. Merlet, L. W. Putland; Flight determination of drag of normal-shock nose inlets with various cowling profiles at Mach numbers from 0.9 to 1.5; naca-report-1281; Jan 1956

  27. Harvard Lomax, Max A. Heaslet; A special method for finding body distortions that reduce the wave drag of wing and body combinations at supersonic speeds; naca-report-1282; Jan 1956

  28. Robert R. McCready; Extrapolation techniques applied to matrix methods in neutron diffusion problems; naca-report-1283; Jan 1956

  29. Robert T. Jones; Theory of wing-body drag at supersonic speeds; naca-report-1284; Jan 1956

  30. H. B. Tolefson; Summary of derived gust velocities obtained from measurements within thunderstorms; naca-report-1285; Jan 1956

  31. Clyde C. Swett, Jr.; Spark ignition of flowing gases; naca-report-1287; jan 1956

  32. NACA Subcommittee on Power-Plant Materials; Cooperative investigation of relationship between static and fatigue properties of wrought n-155 alloy at elevated temperatures; naca-report-1288; Jan 1956

  33. G. B. Schubauer, P. S. Klebanoff; Contributions on the mechanics of boundary-layer transition; naca-report-1289; Jan 1956

  34. R. D. Johnson, A. P. Young, A. D. Schwope; Plastic deformation of aluminum single crystals at elevated temperatures; naca-report-1267; Jan 1956

  35. G. M. Kline, I. Wolock, B. M. Axilrod, M. A. Sherman, D. A. George, V. Cohen; Development of craze and impact resistance in glazing plastics by multiaxial stretching; naca-report-1290; Jan 1956

  36. Franklin K. Moore; Lift hysteresis at stall as an unsteady boundary-layer phenomenon; naca-report-1291; Jan 1956

  37. James C. Laurence; Intensity, scale, and spectra of turbulence in mixing region of free subsonic jet; naca-report-1292; Jan 1956

  38. Clarence B. Cohen, Eli Reshotko; Similar solutions for the compressible laminar boundary layer with heat transfer and pressure gradient; naca-report-1293; Jan 1956

  39. Clarence B. Cohen, Eli Reshotko; The compressible laminar boundary layer with heat transfer and arbitrary pressure gradient; naca-report-1294; Jan 1956

  40. Vernon L. Rogallo, Paul F. Yaggy, John L. McCloud, III; An analysis of once-per-revolution oscillating aerodynamic thrust loads on single-rotation propellers on tractor airplanes at zero yaw; naca-report-1295; Jan 1956

  41. William R. Mickelsen, Norman E. Ernstein; Propagation of a free flame in a turbulent gas stream; naca-report-1286; Jan 1956

  42. Robert H. Kirby; Exploratory investigation of the effectiveness of biplane wings with large-chord double slotted flaps in redirecting a propeller slipstream downward for vertical take-off; naca-tn-3800; Oct 1956

  43. Allister F. Fraser; Experimental investigation of the strength of multiweb beams with corrugated webs; naca-tn-3801; Oct 1956

  44. James C. Dunavant, John R. Erwin; Investigation of a related series of turbine-blade profiles in cascade; naca-tn-3802; Oct 1956

  45. George P. Wood, Paul B. Gooderum; A factor affecting transonic leading-edge flow separation; naca-tn-3804; Oct 1956

  46. Emanuel Schnitzer; Band-pass shock and vibration absorbers for application to aircraft landing gear; naca-tn-3803; Oct 1956

  47. John M. Eggleston; Calculation of the forces and moments on a slender fuselage and vertical fin penetrating lateral gusts; naca-tn-3805; Oct 1956

  48. Eugene S. Love; Initial inclination of the mixing boundary separating an exhausting supersonic jet from a supersonic ambient stream; naca-rm-l55j14; Jan 1956

  49. Archibald R. Sinclair, William D. Mace; Wind-tunnel calibration of a combined pitot-static tube and vane-type flow-angularity indicator at Mach numbers of 1.61 and 2.01; naca-tn-3808; Oct 1956

  50. Charles E. Watkins, Barbara J. Durling; A method for calculation of free-space sound pressures near a propeller in flight including considerations of the chordwise blade loading; naca-tn-3809; Nov 1956

  51. Robert A. Makofski; Charts for estimating the hovering endurance of a helicopter; naca-tn-3810; Oct 1956

  52. Dorothy B. Lee, Maxime A. Faget; Charts adapted from Van Driest's turbulent flat-plate theory for determining values of turbulent aerodynamic friction and heat-transfer coefficients; naca-tn-3811; Oct 1956

  53. Robert H. Kirby; Flight investigation of the stability and control characteristics of vertically rising airplane research model with swept or unswept wings and x- or +-tails; naca-tn-3812; Oct 1956

  54. George W. Zender; Comparison of theoretical stresses and deflections of multicell wings with experimental results obtained from plastic models; naca-tn-3813; Nov 1956

  55. M. J. Queijo, Evalyn G. Wells; Effects of vertical fins near the nose of the fuselage on the directional and damping-in-yaw stability derivatives of an airplane model under steady-state and oscillatory conditions; naca-tn-3814; Dec 1956

  56. Keith C. Harder, E. B. Klunker; On slender-body theory and the area rule at transonic speeds; naca-tn-3815; Nov 1956

  57. Arthur J. McEvily, Jr., Walter Illg, Herbert F. Hardrath; Static strength of aluminum-alloy specimens containing fatigue cracks; naca-tn-3816; Oct 1956

  58. John R. Erwin, Melvyn Savage, James C. Emery; Two-dimensional low-speed cascade investigation of NACA compressor blade sections having a systematic variation in mean-line loading; naca-tn-3817; Nov 1956

  59. James W. Wiggins, Richard E. Kahn, Paul G. Fournier; Wind-tunnel investigation to determine the horizontal- and vertical-tail contributions to the static lateral stability characteristics of a complete-model swept-wing configuration at high subsonic speeds; naca-tn-3818; Nov 1956

  60. De E. Beeler, Donald R. Bellman, Edwin J. Saltzman; Flight techniques for determining airplane drag at high Mach numbers; naca-tn-3821; Aug 1956

  61. Walter F. Lindsey, Patrick J. Johnston; Some observations on maximum pressure rise across shocks without boundary-layer separation on airfoils at transonic speeds; naca-tn-3820; Nov 1956

  62. Sherman A. Clevenson, Sumner A. Leadbetter; Some measurements of aerodynamic forces and moments at subsonic speeds on a wing-tank configuration oscillating in pitch about the wing midchord; naca-tn-3822; Dec 1956

  63. Harold W. Woolley; Thermodynamic properties of gaseous nitrogen; naca-tn-3271; Mar 1956

  64. Harold W. Woolley, William S. Benedict; Generalized tables of corrections to thermodynamic properties for nonpolar gases; naca-tn-3272; Mar 1956

  65. Lilla Fano, John H. Hubbell, Charles W. Beckett; Compressibility factor, density, specific heat, enthalpy, entropy, free-energy function, viscosity, and thermal conductivity of steam; naca-tn-3273; Aug 1956

  66. John E. Dalgleish, Adelbert O. Tischler; Experimental investigation of a lightweight rocket chamber; naca-tn-3827; Oct 1956

  67. David Novik; Some linear dynamics of two-spool turbojet engines; naca-tn-3274; Jun 1956

  68. Cleveland O'Neal, Jr.; Effect of pressure on the spontaneous ignition temperature of liquid fuels; naca-tn-3829; Oct 1956

  69. Perry L. Blackshear, Jr.; Growth of disturbances in a flame-generated shear region; naca-tn-3830; Nov 1956

  70. Albert Kaufman, Andre J. Meyer, Jr.; Investigation of the effect of impact damage on fatigue strength of jet-engine compressor rotor blades; naca-tn-3275; Jun 1956

  71. Henry C. Barnett, Robert R. Hibbard; Properties of aircraft fuels; naca-tn-3276; Aug 1956

  72. Burton D. Fine, Paul Wagner; Space heating rates for some premixed turbulent propane-air flames; naca-tn-3277; Jun 1956

  73. George C. Fryburg, Norman H. Katz, Sidney L. Simon; Effect of phosphate coatings on temperature of metal parts exposed to flame environments; naca-tn-3279; Jul 1956

  74. Alexander P. Sabol, John S. Evans; Investigation of the use of the thermal decomposition of nitrous oxide to produce hypersonic flow of a gas closely resembling air; naca-tn-3624; Mar 1956

  75. James N. Mueller; Conversion of inviscid normal-force coefficients in helium to equivalent coefficients in air for simple shapes at hypersonic speeds; naca-tn-3807; Oct 1956

  76. Morris D. Rousso, Eugene L. Baughman; Spreading characteristics of a jet expanding from choked nozzles at mach 1.91; naca-tn-3836; Dec 1956

  77. Holdaway, George H Mersman, William A; Application of Tchebichef form of harmonic analysis to the calculation of zero-lift wave drag of wing-body-tail combinations; naca-rm-a55j28; February 13, 1956

  78. Gloria, Hermilo R Wong, Thomas J; Effects of two trailing-edge controls on the aerodynamic characteristics of a rectangular wing and body combination at Mach numbers from 3.00 and 5.05; naca-rm-a55k07; February 1956

  79. Pitts, William C; Force, moment, and pressure-distribution characteristics of rectangular wings at high angles of attack and supersonic speeds; naca-rm-a55k09; February 13, 1956

  80. Page, William A; Influence of the body flow field on the zero-lift wave drag of wing-body combinations modified in accordance with the transonic area rule; naca-rm-a55k10; February 07, 1956

  81. Savin, Raymond C Wong, Thomas J; Lift, drag, and static longitudinal stability characteristics of configurations consisting of three triangular wing panels and a body of equal length at Mach numbers from 3.00 to 6.28; naca-rm-a55k21; February 07, 1956

  82. Hopkins, Edward J Sorensen, Norman E; A study of a missile designed to fly at low speed with its longitudinal axis aligned with the flight path; naca-rm-a55k30; February 07, 1956

  83. Eggers, A J , Jr Syverton, Clarence A; Aircraft configurations developing high lift-drag ratios at high supersonic speeds; naca-rm-a55l05; March 05, 1956

  84. Lessing, Henry C Reese, David E , Jr; A simulation study of a wingless missile; naca-rm-a55l06; February 08, 1956

  85. Rossow, Vernon J; A theoretical study of the lifting efficiency at supersonic speeds of wings utilizing indirect lift induced by vertical surfaces; naca-rm-a55l08; March 26, 1956

  86. Hikido, Katsumi Hayashi, Paul H Lessing, Henry C; Investigation of the possibility of simplifying missile guidance systems by the use of free-floating flaps and spring-mounted control surfaces; naca-rm-a55l09; May 17, 1956

  87. Rubesin, Morris W; The influence of surface injection on heat-transfer and skin friction associated with the high-speed turbulent boundary layer; naca-rm-a55l13; February 20, 1956

  88. Goodwin, Glen; Heat-transfer characteristics of blunt two-and three-dimensional bodies at supersonic speeds; naca-rm-a55l13a; February 16, 1956

  89. Nielsen, Jack N Spahr, J Richard Centolanzi, Frank; Aerodynamics of bodies, wings, and wing-body combinations at high angles of attack and supersonic speeds; naca-rm-a55l13c; February 13, 1956

  90. Chapman, Dean R Kuehn, Donald M Larson, Howard K; Preliminary report on a study of separated flows in supersonic and subsonic streams; naca-rm-a55l14; June 12, 1956

  91. Levy, Lionel L JR Dickey, Robert R; External-store drag reduction at transonic and low supersonic Mach numbers by application of Baldwin's moment-of-area rule; naca-rm-a55l14a; March 05, 1956

  92. Allen, H Julian Neice, Stanford E; Problems of performance and heating of hypersonic vehicles; naca-rm-a55l15; March 05, 1956

  93. Mossman, Emmet A Pfyl, Frank A; A study of a symmetrical, circular, internal, compression inlet; naca-rm-a55l16; February 13, 1956

  94. Seiff, Alvin; A review of recent information on boundary-layer transition at supersonic speeds; naca-rm-a55l21; March 05, 1956

  95. Wong, Thomas J Gloria, Hermilo R; A preliminary investigation of the static stability characteristics of four airplane-like configurations at Mach numbers from 3.00 to 6.28; naca-rm-a56a06; March 26, 1956

  96. Pitts, William C; Reduction of wave drag of wing-body combinations at supersonic speeds through body distortions; naca-rm-a56b10; April 13, 1956

  97. Carros, Robert J; Effect of Mach number on boundary-layer transition in the presence of pressure rise and surface roughness on an ogive-cylinder body with cold wall conditions; naca-rm-a56b15; April 20, 1956

  98. Stine, Howard A Winovich, Warren; Light diffusion through high-speed turbulent boundary layers; naca-rm-a56b21; May 26, 1956

  99. Stalder, Jackson R Inouye, Momoru; A method of reducing heat transfer to blunt bodies by air injection; naca-rm-a56b27a; May 17, 1956

  100. Davis, Wallace F Gowen, Forrest E; The change with mass-flow ratio of the cowl pressure drag of normal-shock inlets at supersonic speeds; naca-rm-a56c06; June 22, 1956

  101. Sammonds, Robert I Reynolds, Robert M; The effect of conical camber on the static longitudinal, lateral, and directional characteristics of a 45-degree sweptback wing at Mach numbers up to 0.96; naca-rm-a56d02; July 03, 1956

  102. Tendeland, Thorval Okuno, Arthur F; The effect of fluid injection on the compressible turbulent boundary layer : the effect of skin friction of air injected into the boundary layer of a cone at M = 2.7; naca-rm-a56d05; June 19, 1956

  103. Dickey, Robert R; Effect of camber on the drag of a body of revolution; naca-rm-a56e23; October 19, 1956

  104. Mossman, Emmett A Pfyl, Frank A; An experimental investigation at Mach numbers from 2.1 to 3.0 of circular-internal-contraction inlets with translating centerbodies; naca-rm-a56g06; October 31, 1956

  105. Gloria, Hermilo R; An investigation of the lift, drag, and static-stability characteristics of a triangular-wing airplane configuration at Mach numbers from 3.00 to 6.28; naca-rm-a56h27; December 19, 1956

  106. Knechtel, Earl D Andrea, Arvid N; Aerodynamic characteristics in pitch of several triple-body missile configurations at Mach numbers 0.6 to 1.4; naca-rm-a56h31; November 02, 1956

  107. Morrell, Virginia E; Effect of combustion-chamber pressure and nozzle expansion ratio on theoretical performance of several rocket propellant systems; naca-rm-e50c30; May 25, 1956

  108. Lezberg, Erwin A Lord, Albert M; Spontaneous ignition of pentaborane sprays in a hot-air stream; naca-rm-e55f29a; November 23, 1956

  109. Weber, Richard J Luidens, Roger W; A simplified method for evaluating jet-propulsion-system components in terms of airplane performance; naca-rm-e56j26; December 06, 1956

  110. Mcdonald, Glen E; Thermal stability of pentaborane in the range 329 to 419 F; naca-rm-e54g16; December 19, 1956

  111. (Author(s) Not Available); Factors that affect operational reliability of turbojet engines; naca-rm-e55h02; January 31, 1956

  112. Hearth, Donald P Cubbison, Robert W; Investigation at supersonic and subsonic Mach numbers of auxiliary inlets supplying secondary air flow to ejector exhaust nozzles; naca-rm-e55j12a; January 25, 1956

  113. Salmi, Reino J Klann, John L; Interference effects at Mach 1.9 on a horizontal tail due to trailing shock waves from an axisymmetric body with an exiting jet; naca-rm-e55j13a; January 25, 1956

  114. Foster, Hampton H Ingebo, Robert D; Evaporation of JP-5 fuel sprays in air streams; naca-rm-e55k02; February 21, 1956

  115. Mull, Harold R Algranti, Joseph S; Preliminary flight survey of aerodynamic noise on an airplane wing; naca-rm-e55k07; March 02, 1956

  116. Lubick, Robert J Chelko, Louis J Wallner, Lewis E; Effect of inlet-duct length in uniform-flow field on turbojet-engine operation; naca-rm-e55k15; April 11, 1956

  117. Lezberg, Erwin A Blackshear, Perry L , Jr Rayle, Warren D; Weight-flow and thrust limitations due to use of rotating combustors in a turbojet engine; naca-rm-e55k16; August 17, 1956

  118. Beheim, Milton, A Evans, Phillip J; Effects of rocket-armament exhaust gas on the performance of a supersonic-inlet J34-turbojet-engine installation at Mach 2.0; naca-rm-e55k22; February 20, 1956

  119. Wilcox, Fred Whalen, Paul; Dynamics of a supersonic inlet with adjustable bypass in combination with a J34 turbojet engine; naca-rm-e55l13a; March 23, 1956

  120. Wilcox, Fred A Perchonok, Eugene; Aerodynamic control of supersonic inlets for optimum performance; naca-rm-e55l14; February 20, 1956

  121. Connors, James F; Some aspects of supersonic inlet stability; naca-rm-e55l16a; February 29, 1956

  122. Obery, Leonard J Schueller, Carl F; Effects of internal boundary-layer control on the performance of supersonic aft inlets; naca-rm-e55l17; March 02, 1956

  123. Gordon, Sanford Huff, Vearl N; Theoretical performance of JP-4 fuel with a 70-percent-flourine -30-percent-oxygen mixture as a rocket propellant I : frozen composition; naca-rm-e56a13a; April 11, 1956

  124. Wasserbauer, Joseph F Englert, Gerald W; Interaction of an exhaust jet and elementary contoured surfaces located in a supersonic air stream; naca-rm-e56a16; April 06, 1956

  125. Huff, Vearl N Fortini, Anthony; Theoretical performance of JP-4 fuel and liquid oxygen as a rocket propellant I : frozen composition; naca-rm-e56a27; April 17, 1956

  126. Gray, Vernon H Von Glahn, Uwe H; Heat-requirements for ice protection of a cyclically gas-heated, 36 degree swept airfoil with partial-span leading-edge slat; naca-rm-e56b23; May 14, 1956

  127. Hall, Eldon W Weber, Richard J; Tables and charts for thermodynamic calculations involving air and fuels containing boron, carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen; naca-rm-e56b27; July 13, 1956

  128. Pass, Isaac Tischler, Adelbert O; Effect of fuels on screaming in 200-pound-thrust liquid-oxygen - fuel rocket engine; naca-rm-e56c10; June 22, 1956

  129. Valerino, Alfred S Yeager, Richard A; External-stream effects on gross thrust and pumping characteristics of ejectors operating at off-design Mach numbers; naca-rm-e56c14; June 26, 1956

  130. Klann, John L Huff, Ronald G; Experimental investigation of interference effects of lateral-support struts on afterbody pressures at Mach 1.9; naca-rm-e56c16; May 14, 1956

  131. Heidmann, Marcus F; Injection principles for liquid oxygen and heptane using two-element injectors; naca-rm-e56d04; June 26, 1956

  132. Kowalski, K Piercy, Thomas G; Stability of supersonic inlets at Mach 1.91 with air injection and suction; naca-rm-e56d12; June 28, 1956

  133. Huff, Vearl N Fortini, Anthony Gordon, Sanford; Theoretical performance of JP-4 fuel and liquid oxygen as a rocket propellant II : equilibrium composition; naca-rm-e56d23; September 07, 1956

  134. Nettles, J C; Investigation of the air-flow regulation characteristics of a translating-spike inlet with two oblique shocks from Mach 1.6 to 2.0; naca-rm-e56d23b; July 24, 1956

  135. Krull, H George Beale, William T; Internal performance characteristics of short convergent-divergent exhaust nozzles designed by the method of characteristics; naca-rm-e56d27a; July 24, 1956

  136. Low, George M; Boundary-layer transition at supersonic speeds; naca-rm-e56e10; August 03, 1956

  137. Huntley, S C Braithwaite, Willis M; Effect of variable-position inlet guide vanes and interstage bleed on compressor performance of a high-pressure-ratio turbojet engine; naca-rm-e56e23a; December 28, 1956

  138. Gordon, Sanford Huff, Vearl N; Theoretical performance of JP-4 fuel with a 70-30 mixture of fluorine and oxygen as a rocket propellant : equilibrium composition; naca-rm-e56f04; October 02, 1956

  139. Whalen, Paul P Wilcox, Fred A; Use of a diffuser Mach number as a supersonic-inlet control parameter; naca-rm-e56f05; September 14, 1956

  140. Salmi, R J Cortright, E M , Jr; Effects of external stream flow and afterbody variations on the performance of a plug nozzle; naca-rm-e56f11a; October 02, 1956

  141. Ladanyi, Dezso J; Effects of variations in combustion-chamber configuration on ignition delay in a 50-pound-thrust rocket; naca-rm-e56f22; October 05, 1956

  142. Krull, H George Beale, William T Schmiedlin, Ralph F; Effect of several design variables on internal performance of convergent-plug exhaust nozzles; naca-rm-e56g20; October 29, 1956

  143. Disher, John H Rabb, Leonard; Observation of laminar flow on a blunted 15 degree cone-cylinder in free flight at high reynolds numbers and free-stream mach numbers to 8.17; naca-rm-e56g23; October 15, 1956

  144. Cavicchi, Richard H; Analysis of limitations imposed on one-spool turboprop-engine designs by compressors and turbines at flight mach numbers of 0.06, and 0.8; naca-rm-e56i05; December 06, 1956

  145. Signorelli, R A Johnston, J R Weeton, J W; Preliminary investigation of Guy alloy as a turbojet-engine bucket material for use at 1650 degrees F; naca-rm-e56i19; November 29, 1956

  146. Salmi, Reino J; Preliminary investigation of methods to increase base pressure of plug nozzles at Mach 0.9; naca-rm-e56j05; December 19, 1956

  147. Hall, James Rudyard; Effect of wing size and amount of indentation on applicability of transonic area rule to swept-wing configurations; naca-rm-l55f03; July 20, 1956

  148. Putland, Leonard W; Flight determination of drag and pressure recovery of two scoop inlets located at maximum-body-diameter station at Mach numbers from 0.8 to 1.8; naca-rm-l55h22a; January 10, 1956

  149. Platt, Robert J , Jr; Transonic wind-tunnel investigation of the effects of indentation on the wing loads of a 45 degree sweptback wing-body combination; naca-rm-l55h26; January 11, 1956

  150. Unangst, John R Jones, George W , Jr; Some effects of sweep and aspect ratio on the transonic flutter characteristics of a series of thin cantilever wings having a taper ratio of 0.6; naca-rm-l55i13a; January 24, 1956

  151. Lord, Douglas R Czarnecki, K R; Pressure distribution and aerodynamic loadings for several-flap-type trailing-edge controls on a trapezoidal wing at Mach numbers of 1.61 and 2.01; naca-rm-l55j03; March 12, 1956

  152. Lord, Douglas R Czarnecki, K R; Tabulated pressure data for several flap-type trailing edge controls on a trapezoidal wing at Mach numbers of 1.61 and 2.01; naca-rm-l55j04; February 27, 1956

  153. Loving, Donald L; A transonic investigation of changing indentation design Mach number on the aerodynamic characteristics of a 45 degree sweptback-wing-body combination designed for high performance; naca-rm-l55j07; January 10, 1956

  154. Few, Albert G , Jr; Some effects of sweep and thickness on the experimental downwash characteristics at transonic speeds of a series of highly tapered wings with an aspect ratio of 3 : transonic bump method; naca-rm-l55j12; February 16, 1956

  155. Hall, James Rudyard; Preliminary free-flight study of the drag and stability of a series of short-span missiles at Mach numbers from 0.9 to 1.3; naca-rm-l55j13; February 08, 1956

  156. Stokes, George M; A method for the design of porous-wall wind tunnels; naca-rm-l55j13a; January 20, 1956

  157. Brooks, Joseph D; Transonic wind-tunnel investigation of the aerodynamic loading characteristics of a highly tapered upswept wing in the presence of a body with and without indentation; naca-rm-l55j20; February 1956

  158. Lauten, William T , Jr O'Kelly, Burke R; Free-flight flutter tests in the transonic and low supersonic speed range of three low-aspect-ratio swept, tapered wings on rocket-propelled vehicles; naca-rm-l55j21; March 19, 1956

  159. Gardiner, Robert A Gillis, Clarence L Graves, G B , Jr; Analysis of a flight investigation at supersonic speeds of a simple homing system; naca-rm-l55j28; January 10, 1956

  160. Penland, Jim A Fetterman, David E , Jr; The effects at a Mach number of 6.86 of drag brakes on the lift, drag, and pitching moment of an ogive cylinder; naca-rm-l55k23; March 19, 1956

  161. Jones, George W , Jr Unangst, John R; Investigation to determine effects of center-of-gravity location on the transonic flutter characteristics of a 45 degree sweptback wing; naca-rm-l55k30; February 20, 1956

  162. Lord, Douglas R Czarnecki, K R; Aerodynamic loadings associated with swept and unswept spoilers on a flat-plate at Mach numbers of 1.61 and 2.01; naca-rm-l55l12; March 12, 1956

  163. Bressette, Walter E Leiss, Abraham; Investigation of jet effects on a flat surface downstream of the exit of a simulated turbojet nacelle at a free-stream Mach number of 1.39; naca-rm-l55l13; April 02, 1956

  164. Mclellan, Charles H Dunning, Robert W; Factors affecting the maximum lift-drag ratio at high supersonic speeds; naca-rm-l55l20a; February 13, 1956

  165. Falanga, Ralph A; A free-flight investigation of the effects of a sonic jet on the total-drag and base-pressure coefficients of a boattail body of revolution from Mach number 0.83 to 1.70; naca-rm-l55l21; March 08, 1956

  166. Riebe, John M Moseley, William C , Jr; Low-speed stability characteristics of a cambered-delta-wing model; naca-rm-l55l21a; March 08, 1956

  167. Lowry, John G; Recent control studies; naca-rm-l55l22a; February 16, 1956

  168. Malvestuto, Frank S , Jr Alford, William J , Jr; Effects of wing-body geometry on the lateral-flow angularities at subsonic speeds; naca-rm-l55l26a; February 21, 1956

  169. Vitale, A James Mitchell, Jesse L; Experimental results from a test in rough air at high subsonic speeds of a tailless rocket model having cruciform triangular wings, and a note on the calculation of mean square loads of aircraft in continuous rough air; naca-rm-l55l28; April 13, 1956

  170. Bobbitt, Percy J Malvestuto, Frank S , Jr Margolis, Kenneth; Theoretical prediction of the side force on stores attached to configurations traveling at supersonic speeds; naca-rm-l55l30b; March 12, 1956

  171. Syvertson, Clarence A Dennis, David H; A second-order shock-expansion method applicable to bodies of revolution near zero lift; naca-tn-3527; 1956

  172. Connors, James F Meyers, Rudolph C; Design criteria for axisymmetric and two-dimensional supersonic inlets and exits; naca-tn-3589; 1956

  173. Anderson, Roger A Anderson, Melvin S; Correlation of crippling strength of plate structures with material properties; naca-tn-3600; 1956

  174. Peterson, Marshall B Johnson, Robert L; Friction studies of graphite and mixtures of graphite with several metallic oxides and salts at temperatures to 1000 F; naca-tn-3657; February 1956

  175. Heyson, Harry H Katzoff, S; Normal component of induced velocity in the vicinity of a lifting rotor with a nonuniform disk loading; naca-tn-3690; April 1956

  176. Whitney, Warren J; Tabulation of mass-flow parameters for use in design of turbomachine blade rows for ratios of specific heats of 1.3 and 1.4; naca-tn-3831; October 1956

  177. Herzig, Howard Z Hansen, Arthur G; On possible similarity solutions for three-dimensional incompressible laminar boundary layers II : similarity with respect to stationary polar coordinates; naca-tn-3832; November 1956

  178. Fine, Burton; Stability limits and burning velocities of laminar hydrogen-air flames at reduced pressure; naca-tn-3833; November 1956

  179. Leiws, James P Ruggeri, Robert S; Investigation of heat transfer from a stationary and rotating ellipsoidal forebody of fineness ratio 3; naca-tn-3837; November 1956

  180. Mcardle, Jack G; Performance characteristics of ring-cascade-type thrust reversers; naca-tn-3838; November 1956

  181. Gelder, Thomas, F Smyers, William H , Jr Von Glahn, Uwe; Experimental droplet impingement on several two-dimensional airfoils with thickness ratios of 6 to 16 percent; naca-tn-3839; December 1956

  182. Hansen, Arthur G Herzig, Howard Z; Analysis of particle motions for a class of three-dimensional incompressible laminar boundary layers; naca-tn-3840; November 1956

  183. Castles, Walter, Jr (Georgia Institute of Technology) Durham, Howard L , Jr (Georgia Institute of Technology); Distribution of normal component of induced velocity in lateral plane of a lifting rotor; naca-tn-3841; December 1956

  184. Jaquet, Byron M Fletcher, Herman S; Experimental steady-state yawing derivatives of a 60 degree delta-wing model as affected by changes in vertical position of the wing and in ratio of fuselage diameter to wing span; naca-tn-3843; October 1956

  185. Whaley, Richard E Mcguigan, M J , Jr Bryan, D F; Fatigue-crack-propagation and residual-static-strength results on full-scale transport-airplane wings; naca-tn-3847; December 1956

  186. Foster, Gerald V Griner, Roland F; A study of several factors affecting the stability contributed by a horizontal tail at various vertical positions on a sweptback-wing airplane model; naca-tn-3848; November 1956

  187. Shivers, James P Carpenter, Paul J; Experimental investigation on the Langley helicopter test tower of compressibility effects on a rotor having NACA 63(sub 2)-015 airfoil sections; naca-tn-3850; December 1956

  188. Potter, A E , Jr Berlad, A L; A relation between burning velocity and quenching distance; naca-tn-3882; November 1956

  189. Anagnostou, E Brokaw, R S Butler, J N; Effect of concentration on ignition delays for various fuel-oxygen-nitrogen mixtures at elevated temperatures; naca-tn-3887; December 1956

  190. Donegan, James J Huss, Carl R; Incomplete time response to a unit impulse and its application to lightly damped linear systems; naca-tn-3897; December 1956

  191. Dewalt, W J (Aluminum Company of America) Bogardus, K O (Aluminum Company of America); Static shear strength of 2117-T4 (A17S-T4) aluminum-alloy rivets at elevated temperatures; naca-rm-55i30; January 04, 1956

  192. Rey, William K (University of Alabama); Elevated-temperature fatigue properties of two titanium alloys; naca-rm-56b07; April 24, 1956

  193. Patel, Sharad A (Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn) Kempner, Joseph (Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn) Erickson, Burton (Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn) Mobassery, Abol H (Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn); Correlation of creep-buckling tests with theory; naca-rm-56c20; May 23, 1956

  194. Chu, Boa-Teh (Johns Hopkins University); Stability of systems containing a heat source : the Rayleigh criterion; naca-rm-56d27; June 26, 1956

  195. (Author(s) Not Available); A survey and evaluation of flutter research and engineering; naca-rm-56i12; October 05, 1956

  196. Margolis, Kenneth Bobbitt, Percy J; Theoretical calculations of the pressure, forces, and moments at supersonic speeds due to various lateral motions acting on thin isolated vertical tails; naca-report-1268; 1956

  197. Davis, Wallace F Scherrer, Richard; Aerodynamic principles for the design of jet-engine induction systems; naca-rm-a55f16; February 27, 1956

  198. Mossman, Emmet A Pfyl, Frank A Lazzeroni, Frank A; Fuselage side inlets : a study of some factors affecting their performance and a comparison with nose inlets; naca-rm-a55f29; April 02, 1956

  199. Goodwin, Glen Creager, Marcus O Winkler, Ernest L; Investigation of local heat-transfer and pressure drag characteristics of a yawed circular cylinder at supersonic speeds; naca-rm-a55h31; January 24, 1956

  200. Rolls, L Stewart Innis, Robert C; A flight evaluation of a wing-shroud-blowing boundary-layer control system applied to the flaps of an F9F-4 airplane; naca-rm-a55k01; February 14, 1956

  201. Anderson, Seth B Quigley, Hervey C; Flight measurements of the low-speed characteristics of a 35 degree swept-wing airplane with area suction boundary-layer control on the flaps; naca-rm-a55k29; February 03, 1956

  202. LAZZERONI FRANK A Pfyl, Frank A; Effect of boundary-layer control and inlet lip shape on the performance of a twin-scoop air-induction system at Mach numbers from 0 to 1.9; naca-rm-a55l02; February 14, 1956

  203. Dods, Jules B , Jr Watson, Earl C; The effects of blowing over various trailing-edge flaps on an NACA 0006 airfoil section, comparisons with various types of flaps on other airfoil sections, and an analysis of flow and power relationships for blowing systems; naca-rm-a56c01; June 12, 1956

  204. Hill, William A Kaattari, George E; Force and pressure-distribution investigation to high angles of attack on all-movable triangular and rectangular wings in combination with a body at supersonic speeds; naca-rm-a56c12; July 10, 1956

  205. Edwards, George G Savage, Howard F; A horizontal-tail arrangement for counteracting static longitudinal instability of sweptback wings; naca-rm-a56d06; May 25, 1956

  206. Koenig, David G; The use of area suction for improving the longitudinal characteristics of a thin unswept wing-fuselage model with leading- and trailing-edge flaps; naca-rm-a56d23; July 10, 1956

  207. Summers, James L Treon, Stuart L Graham, Lawrence A; Wind-tunnel investigation at Mach numbers from 0.8 to 1.4 of static longitudinal and lateral-directional characteristics of an unswept-wing airplane model; naca-rm-a56e22; December 13, 1956

  208. Tolhurst, William H , Jr Kelly, Mark W; Full-scale wind-tunnel tests of a 35 degree sweptback-wing airplane with high-velocity blowing over the trailing-edge flaps : longitudinal and lateral stability and control; naca-rm-a56e24; October 05, 1956

  209. Holzhauser, Curt A Martin, Robert K Page, V Robert; Application of area suction to leading-edge and trailing-edge flaps on a 44 degree swept-wing model; naca-rm-a56f01; September 26, 1956

  210. Matthews, Howard F Merrick, Robert B; A simulator study of some longitudinal stability and control problems of a piloted aircraft in flights to extreme altitude and high speed; naca-rm-a56f07; September 07, 1956

  211. Kelly, Mark W; Analysis of some parameters used in correlating blowing-type boundary-layer control data; naca-rm-a56f12; September 26, 1956

  212. Jorgenson, Leland H Katzen, Eliott D; Wing-body combinations with wings of very low aspect ratio at supersonic speeds; naca-rm-a56g16; October 26, 1956

  213. Boltz, Frederick W Kenyon, George C Allen, Clyde Q; Measurements of boundary-layer transition at low speed on two bodies of revolution in a low-turbulence wind tunnel; naca-rm-a56g17; September 26, 1956

  214. Kelly, Mark W Tucker, Jeffrey H; Wind-tunnel tests of blowing boundary-layer control with jet pressure ratios up to 9.5 on the trailing-edge flaps of a 35 degree sweptback wing airplane; naca-rm-a56g19; October 26, 1956

  215. Anderson, Seth B Quigley, Hervey C Innis, Robert C; Flight measurements of the low-speed characteristics of a 35 degree swept-wing airplane with blowing-type boundary-layer control in the trailing-edge flaps; naca-rm-a56g30; October 25, 1956

  216. Buell, Donald A Tinling, Bruce E; The subsonic lateral and longitudinal static stability characteristics up to large angles of sideslip for a triangular-wing airplane model having a ventral fin; naca-rm-a56h06; October 25, 1956

  217. Koenig, David G Aoyagi, Kiyoshi; Large-scale wind-tunnel tests of an airplane model with a 45 degree sweptback wing of aspect ratio 2.8 with area suction applied to trailing-edge flaps and with several wing leading-edge modifications; naca-rm-a56h08; November 02, 1956

  218. Bland, William M , Jr Collie, Katherine A; Free-flight aerodynamic-heating data to Mach number 10.4 for a modified Von Karman nose shape; naca-rm-l56d25; July 10, 1956

  219. Weber, Richard J Luidens, Roger W; Analysis of ram-jet engine performance including effects of component changes; naca-rm-e56d20; October 29, 1956

  220. Allen, John L; Performance of a blunt-lip side inlet with ramp bleed, bypass, and a long constant-area duct ahead of the engine : Mach number 0.66 and 1.5 to 2.1; naca-rm-e56j01; December 28, 1956

  221. Sevier, John R , Jr; Investigation of the effects of body camber and body indentation on the longitudinal characteristics of a 60 degree delta-wing-body combination at a Mach number of 1.61; naca-rm-l56a03; April 20, 1956

  222. Judd, Joseph H Falanga, Ralph A; Flight investigation of the effect of a propulsive jet positioned according to the transonic area rule on the drag coefficients of a single-engine delta-wing configuration at Mach numbers from 0.83 to 1.36; naca-rm-l56a16; April 13, 1956

  223. Hall, James Rudyard; Two experiments on applications of the transonic area rule to asymmetric configurations; naca-rm-l56a25; April 20, 1956

  224. Tuovila, W J Hess, Robert W; Aerodynamic damping at Mach numbers of 1.3 and 1.6 of a control surface on a two-dimensional wing by a free-oscillation method; naca-rm-l56a26a; May 1956

  225. Nason, Martin L; An evaluation of an aeromechanical method of minimizing servo- missile transfer function variations with flight condition; naca-rm-l56a31; April 18, 1956

  226. Rumsey, Charles B Lee, Dorothy B; Measurements of aerodynamic heat transfer and boundary-layer transition on a 10 degree cone in free flight at supersonic Mach numbers up to 5.9; naca-rm-l56b07; April 26, 1956

  227. Driver, Cornelius Hamilton, Clyde V; Wind-tunnel investigation of a ram-jet model having a wing and canard surfaces of delta plan form with 70 degrees swept leading edges : force and moment characteristics at combined angles of pitch and sideslip for Mach number 2.01; naca-rm-l56b21; April 26, 1956

  228. Ridyard, Herbert W Fetterman, David E , Jr; Aerodynamic characteristics of a 6-percent-thick symmetrical circular-arc airfoil having a 30-percent-chord trailing-edge flap at a Mach number of 6.9; naca-rm-l56b24; May 05, 1956

  229. Hoffman, Sherwood; Supersonic-area-rule design and rocket-propelled flight investigation of a zero-lift straight-wing-body-nacelle configuration between Mach numbers 0.8 and 1.53; naca-rm-l56b27; April 26, 1956

  230. Piland, Robert O Collie, Katherine A Stoney, William E; Turbulent and laminar heat-transfer measurements on a 1/6-scale NACA RM-10 missile in free fight to Mach number of 4.2 and to a wall temperature of 1400 R; naca-rm-l56c05; July 03, 1956

  231. Jackson, H Herbert; Free-flight measurements of the zero-lift drag of several wings at Mach numbers from 1.4 to 3.8; naca-rm-l56c13; June 22, 1956

  232. Schmeer, James W; Effect of leading-edge droop on the aerodynamic and loading characteristics of a 4-percent-thick unswept-wing-fuselage combination at transonic speeds; naca-rm-l56c14; May 23, 1956

  233. Gillespie, Warren, Jr; Effect of wing camber and twist at Mach numbers from 1.4 to 2.1 on the lift, drag, and longitudinal stability of a rocket-powered model having a 52.5 degree sweptback wing of aspect ratio 3 and inline tail surfaces; naca-rm-l56c16; May 07, 1956

  234. Cubbage, James M , Jr; Jet effects on base and afterbody pressures of a cylindrical afterbody at transonic speeds; naca-rm-l56c21; May 23, 1956

  235. Carter, Howard S; Heat transfer on the lifting surfaces of a 60 degree delta wing at angle of attack for Mach number 1.98; naca-rm-l56c23; May 31, 1956

  236. Brown, Clarence, A , jr; Longitudinal stability characteristics of a simple infrared homing missile configuration at Mach numbers of 0.7 to 1.4; naca-rm-l56d10; June 12, 1956

  237. Palmer, William E Howell, Robert R Braslow, Albert L; Transonic investigation at lifting conditions of streamline contouring in the sweptback-wing-fuselage juncture in combination with the transonic area rule; naca-rm-l56d11a; July 20, 1956

  238. Riley, Donald R; Some effects of wing fences on the lateral stability derivatives of a 60 degree delta wing oscillating continuously in yaw; naca-rm-l56d13; July 11, 1956

  239. Stoney, William E, Jr Royall, John F; Zero-lift drag of a series of bomb shapes at Mach numbers from 0.60 to 1.10; naca-rm-l56d16; July 26, 1956

  240. Lange, Roy H Wittliff, Charles E; Force and pressure-distribution measurements at a Mach number of 3.12 of slender bodies having circular, elliptical, and triangular cross sections and the same longitudinal distribution of cross-sectional area; naca-rm-l56d17; July 13, 1956

  241. Stephens, Emily W; The effect of external stiffening ribs on the rolling power of ailerons on a swept wing; naca-rm-l56d19; October 25, 1956

  242. Leiss, Abraham; Free-flight investigation of effects of simulated sonic turbojet exhaust on the drag of twin-jet boattail bodies at transonic speeds; naca-rm-l56d30; July 20, 1956

  243. Beckwith, Ivan E Gallagher, James J; Experimental investigation of the effect of boundary-layer transition on the average heat transfer to a yawed cylinder in supersonic flow; naca-rm-l56e09; July 13, 1956

  244. Lowry, John G Taylor, Robert T; The variation with wing aspect ratio of flap effectiveness on thin rectangular wings at transonic speeds; naca-rm-l56e18; August 23, 1956

  245. Faber, Stanley Cheatham, Donald C Champine, Robert A; Flight investigation of factors affecting pilots' ability to utilize a radarscope display of steering information; naca-rm-l56e21; November 23, 1956

  246. Aiken, William S , Jr Fisher, Raymond A; Lift-curve slopes determined in flight on a flexible swept-wing jet bomber; naca-rm-l56e21a; December 19, 1956

  247. Guy, Lawrence D; Hinge moment and effectiveness of an unswept constant-chord control and an overhang-balanced, swept hinge-line control on an 80 degree swept pointed wing at Mach numbers from 0.75 to 1.96; naca-rm-l56f11; August 28, 1956

  248. Swanson, Andrew G Rumsey, Charles B; Aerodynamic heating of a wing as determined from a free-flight rocket-model test to Mach number 3.64; naca-rm-l56f11a; September 11, 1956

  249. Mcdearmon, Russell W Jones, Robert A; Wind-tunnel investigation of damping in roll at supersonic speeds of triangular wings at angles of attack; naca-rm-l56f13a; September 14, 1956

  250. Foster, Gerald V Driver, Cornelius; Effects of external stores on the static longitudinal aerodynamic characteristics of a model of a 45 degree swept-wing fighter airplane at Mach numbers of 1.61 and 2.01; naca-rm-l56f15a; August 23, 1956

  251. Hammond, Alexander D; Wind-tunnel investigation of the effect of aspect ratio and chordwise location on effectiveness of plain spoilers on thin untapered wings at transonic speeds; naca-rm-l56f20; September 26, 1956

  252. Burrows, Dale L; Transonic wind-tunnel investigation of static longitudinal force and moment characteristics of two wing-body combinations with clipped-tip and full delta wings of aspect ratio 1.73; naca-rm-l56f21; September 14, 1956

  253. Becker, John V Korycinski, Peter F; Heat transfer and pressure distribution at a Mach number of 6.8 on bodies with conical flares and extensive flow separation; naca-rm-l56f22; July 20, 1956

  254. Rumsey, Charles B Lee, Dorothy B; Measurements of aerodynamic heat transfer and boundary-layer transition on a 15 degree cone in free flight at supersonic Mach numbers up to 5.2; naca-rm-l56f26; October 15, 1956

  255. Thomson, William C; Model ditching investigation of a jet transport airplane with various engine installations; naca-rm-l56g10; August 20, 1956

  256. Henry, Beverly Z JR Cahn, Maurice S; Additional results of an investigation at transonic speeds to determine the effects of a heated propulsive jet on the drag characteristics of a series of related afterbodies; naca-rm-l56g12; September 24, 1956

  257. Mugler, John P , Jr; Effects of two leading-edge modifications on the aerodynamic characteristics of a thin low-aspect-ratio delta wing at transonic speeds; naca-rm-l56g12a; October 12, 1956

  258. Love, Eugene S Woodling, Mildred J Lee, Louise P; Boundaries of supersonic axisymmetric free jets; naca-rm-l56g18; October 05, 1956

  259. Martz, C William; Experimental hinge moments on freely oscillating flap-type control surfaces; naca-rm-l56g20; October 12, 1956

  260. Rainey, Robert W; Investigation at supersonic speeds of the effects of bomb-bay configuration upon the aerodynamic characteristics of fuselages with noncircular cross sections; naca-rm-l56h20; November 29, 1956

  261. Falanga, Ralph A Leiss, Abraham; Free-flight investigation at transonic speeds of drag coefficients of a boattail body of revolution with a simulated turbojet exhaust issuing at the base from conical short-length ejectors; naca-rm-l56h23; December 13, 1956

  262. Turner, Thomas R; A wind-tunnel investigation of the development of lift on wings in accelerated longitudinal motion; naca-rm-l56h28a; November 02, 1956

  263. Schult, Eugene D; Free-flight investigation at Mach numbers between 0.5 and 1.7 of the zero-lift rolling effectiveness and drag of various surface, spoiler, and jet controls on an 80 degree delta-wing missile; naca-rm-l56h29; November 29, 1956

  264. Kliner, Walter J Wilkes, L Faye; Dynamic model investigation of two tail-sitter vertically rising airplanes to determine the altitude required to approach normal flight conditions under power failure in hovering flight; naca-rm-l56h29a; November 09, 1956

  265. Klunker, E B Harder, Keith C; Some considerations of the influence of body cross-sectional shape on the lifting efficiency of wing-body combinations at supersonic speeds; naca-rm-l56h30; October 19, 1956

  266. Croom, Delwin R Huffman, Jarrett K; Low-speed pressure-distribution investigation of a thin-delta-wing-fuselage model with double slotted flap, extended double slotted flap, and canard; naca-rm-l56i11; November 23, 1956

  267. Nason, Martin L; A semigraphical method for the determination of the rolling characteristics of rolleron-equipped missiles; naca-rm-l56i12; November 29, 1956

  268. Boatright, William B; Experimental study and analysis of loading and pressure distributions on delta wings due to thickness and to angle of attack at supersonic speeds; naca-rm-l56i14; December 26, 1956

  269. Purser, Paul E Hopho, Russell N; Exploratory materials and missile-nose-shape tests in a 4,000 F supersonic air jet; naca-rm-l56j09; December 13, 1956

  270. El Badrawy, Rashad M.; Flat plate cascades at supersonic speed; naca-tm-1369; 1956

  271. Krasilschchikova, E. A.; Finite span wings in compressible flow; naca-tm-1383; 1956

  272. Busemann, Adolf.; On the gas dynamics of a rotating impeller; naca-tm-1385; 1956

  273. Benthem, J. P.; On the buckling of bars and plates in the plastic range. Part II; naca-tm-1392; 1956

  274. Deich, M. E.; Flow of gas through turbine lattices; naca-tm-1393; 1956

  275. Donov, A. E.; A flat wing with sharp edges in a supersonic stream; naca-tm-1394; 1956

  276. Schijve, J.; The fatigue strength of riveted joints and lugs; naca-tm-1395; 1956

  277. Kepert, J. L., Payne, A. O.; Interim report on fatigue characteristics of a typical metal wing; naca-tm-1397; 1956

  278. Anton, Leo.; Formation of a vortex at the edge of a plate; naca-tm-1398; 1956

  279. ; Aeroelastic problems of airplane design; naca-tm-1402; 1956

  280. ; On the instability of methods for the integration of ordinary differential equations; naca-tm-1403; 1956

  281. Anderson, H.L.; Effects of intermittent versus continuous heating upon the tensile properties of 2024-T4, 6061-T6, and 7075-T6 aluminum alloys; naca-tm-1419; 1956

  282. Liepmann, H.W.; On the contribution of turbulent boundary layers to the noise inside a fuselage; naca-tm-1420; 1956

  283. ; On landing gear stresses; naca-tm-1422; 1956

  284. ; Safegaurds against flutter of airplanes; naca-tm-1423; 1956

  285. ; On the theory of anisotropic shallow shells; naca-tm-1424; 1956

  286. ; On the calculation of shallow shells; naca-tm-1425; 1956

  287. ; On the theory of thin shallow shells; naca-tm-1426; 1956

  288. Weick, Fred E., Abramson, Norman; Investigation of lateral control near the stall analysis for required longitudinal trim characteristics and discussion of design variables; naca-tn-3677; 1956

  289. Klawans, Bernard B.; A simple method for calculating the characteristics of the Dutch roll motion of an airplane; naca-tn-3754; 1956

  290. Weick, Fred E (Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas) Abramson, H Norman (Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas); Investigation of lateral control near the stall flight tests with high-wing and low-wing monoplanes of various configurations; naca-tn-3676; June 1956

  291. Edwards, S. Sherman.; Some interference effects that influence vertical-tail loads at supersonic speeds; naca-rm-a55h30; 1956

  292. Spiegel, Joseph M., Lawrence, Leslie F.; A description of the Ames 2- by 2-foot transonic wind tunnel and preliminary evaluation of wall interference; naca-rm-a55i21; 1956

  293. Smith, Willard G., Ball, Louis H.; Static lateral-directional stability characteristics of five contemporary airplane models from wind-tunnel tests at high subsonic and supersonic speeds; naca-rm-a55j03; 1956

  294. Demele, Fred A., Kolbe, Carl D.; The effect of trailing-edge bluntness on the performance of a small-scale supersonic propeller at forward Mach numbers to 0.92; naca-rm-a55j12; 1956

  295. Hickey, David H.; Full-scale wind-tunnel tests of the longitudinal stability and control characteristics of the XV-1 convertiplane in the autorotating flight range; naca-rm-a55k21a; 1956

  296. Katzen, Elliot D., Jorgensen, Leland H.; Aerodynamics of missiles employing wings of very low aspect ratio; naca-rm-a55l13b; 1956

  297. Phelps, E. Ray.; Pressure distributions at Mach numbers of 1.6 and 1.9 of a conically cambered wing of triangular plan form with and without pylon-mounted engine nacelles; naca-rm-a56b03; 1956

  298. Evans, William T.; Data from large-scale low-speed tests of airplane configurations with a thin 45 degree swept-wing incorporating several leading-edge contour modifications; naca-rm-a56b17; 1956

  299. Sutton, Fred B; The effect of leading-edge extensions 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-a55i29; January 20, 1956

  300. Griffin, Roy N , Jr Hickey, David H; Investigation of the use of area suction to increase the effectiveness of trailing-edge flaps of various spans on a wing of 45 degree sweepback and aspect ratio 6; naca-rm-a56b27; June 22, 1956

  301. L. G. Loitsianskii; Boundary Layer; naca-tm-1400; 1956

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