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    424 records

  1. Jacob Zarovsky, Robert A. Gardiner; Flight investigation of a roll-stabilized missile configuration at varying angles of attack at Mach numbers between 0.8 and 1.79; naca-tn-3915; Jan 1957

  2. Franklin W. Diederich, Joseph A. Drischler; Effect of spanwise variations in gust intensity on the lift due to atmospheric turbulence; naca-tn-3920; Apr 1957

  3. Andrew Beke; Analytical investigation of the effect of water injection on supersonic turbojet-engine-inlet matching and thrust augmentation; naca-tn-3922; Jan 1957

  4. N. S. Diaconis, John R. Jack, Richard J. Wisniewski; Boundary-layer transition at Mach 3.12 as affected by cooling and nose blunting; naca-tn-3928; Jan 1957

  5. Kenneth P. Coffin, Richard S. Brokaw; A general system for calculating burning rates of particles and drops and comparison of calculated rates for carbon, boron, magnesium, and isooctane; naca-tn-3929; Feb 1957

  6. George E. Glawe, Robert C. Johnson; Experimental study of heat transfer to small cylinders in a subsonic, high-temperature gas stream; naca-tn-3934; May 1957

  7. Paul M. Ordin; Hydrogen-oxygen explosions in exhaust ducting; naca-tn-3935; Apr 1957

  8. Percy J. Bobbitt, Peter J. Maxie , Jr.; Sidewash in the vicinity of lifting swept wings at supersonic speeds; naca-tn-3938; Feb 1957

  9. John L. Crigler; Comparison of calculated and experimental load distributions on thin wings at high subsonic and sonic speeds; naca-tn-3941; Jan 1957

  10. Vernon Van Hise; Investigation of variation in base pressure over the Reynolds number range in which wake transition occurs for nonlifting bodies of revolution at Mach numbers from 1.62 to 2.62; naca-tn-3942; Jan 1957

  11. Nathaniel B. Cohen; A power-series solution for the unsteady laminar boundary-layer flow in an expansion wave of finite width moving through a gas initially at rest; naca-tn-3943; Jun 1957

  12. Robert L. Trimpi, Nathaniel B. Cohen; An integral solution to the flat-plate laminar boundary-layer flow existing inside and after expansion waves and after shock waves moving into quiescent fluid with particular application to the complete shock-tube flow; naca-tn-3944; Jun 1957

  13. Lloyd J. Fisher, Edward L. Hoffman; Ditching investigations of dynamic models and effects of design parameters on ditching characteristics; naca-tn-3946; Feb 1957

  14. Homer P. Mason, William N. Gardner; A limited correlation of atmospheric sounding data and turbulence experienced by rocket-powered models; naca-tn-3953; Apr 1957

  15. John M. Eggleston; A theory for the lateral response of airplanes to random atmospheric turbulence; naca-tn-3954; May 1957

  16. David G. Stone; A collection of data for zero-lift damping in roll of wing-body combinations as determined with rocket-powered models equipped with roll-torque nozzles; naca-tn-3955; Apr 1957

  17. Joseph A. Drischler, Franklin W. Diederich; Lift and moment responses to penetration of sharp-edged traveling gusts, with application to penetration of weak blast waves; naca-tn-3956; May 1957

  18. Albert G. Few, Jr., Thomas J. King, Jr.; Some effects of tail height and wing plan form on the static longitudinal stability characteristics of a small-scale model at high subsonic speeds; naca-tn-3957; May 1957

  19. James C. Dunavant; Cascade investigation of a related series of 6-percent-thick guide-vane profiles and design charts; naca-tn-3959; May 1957

  20. C. Frederick Hansen; The erosion of meteors and high-speed vehicles in the upper atmosphere; naca-tn-3962; Mar 1957

  21. Donald E. Gault; A correlation of low-speed, airfoil-section stalling characteristics with Reynolds number and airfoil geometry; naca-tn-3963; Mar 1957

  22. John B. Mcdevitt; The linearized subsonic flow about symmetrical nonlifting wing-body combinations; naca-tn-3964; Apr 1957

  23. Warren Winovich, Howard A. Stine; Measurements of the nonlinear variation with temperature of heat-transfer rate from hot wires in transonic and supersonic flow; naca-tn-3965; Apr 1957

  24. J. Richard Spahr; Theoretical investigation of the effects of configuration changes on the center-of-pressure shift of a body-wing-tail combination due to angle of attack and mach number at transonic speeds; naca-tn-3966; May 1957

  25. Frank J. Centolanzi; Characteristics of a 40 degree cone for measuring Mach number, total pressure, and flow angles at supersonic speeds; naca-tn-3967; May 1957

  26. Brian F. Doolin; The application of matrix methods to coordinate transformations occurring in systems studies involving large motions of aircraft; naca-tn-3968; May 1957

  27. Morris W. Rubesin, Mamoru Inouye; A theoretical study of the effect of upstream transpiration cooling on the heat-transfer and skin-friction characteristics of a compressible, laminar boundary layer; naca-tn-3969; May 1957

  28. John R. Spreiter, Alberta Y. Alksne; Thin airfoil theory based on approximate solution of the transonic flow equation; naca-tn-3970; May 1957

  29. Vernon J. Rossow; On flow of electrically conducting fluids over a flat plate in the presence of a transverse magnetic field; naca-tn-3971; May 1957

  30. I. Irving Pinkel, Solomon Weiss, G. Merritt Preston, Gerard J. Pesman; Origin and prevention of crash fires in turbojet aircraft; naca-tn-3973; May 1957

  31. Robert C. Kohl, Joseph S. Algranti; Investigation of a full-scale, cascade-type thrust reverser; naca-tn-3975; Apr 1957

  32. Harold R. Mull, John C. Erickson, Jr.; Survey of the acoustic near field of three nozzles at a pressure ratio of 30; naca-tn-3978; Apr 1957

  33. Paul F. Brinich, Norman Sands; Effect of bluntness on transition for a cone and a hollow cylinder at Mach 3.1; naca-tn-3979; May 1957

  34. Harold E. Rohlik, William T. Wintucky; Investigation of semivaneless turbine stator designed to produce axially symmetrical free-vortex flow; naca-tn-3980; Apr 1957

  35. Lewis Laboratory Computing Staff; Tables of various Mach number functions for specific-heat ratios from 1.28 to 1.38; naca-tn-3981; Apr 1957

  36. William R. Mickelsen; Effect of standing transverse acoustic oscillations on fuel-oxidant mixing in cylindrical combustion chambers; naca-tn-3983; May 1957

  37. Porter J. Perkins, William Lewis, Donald R. Mulholland; Statistical study of aircraft icing probabilities at the 700- and 500-millibar levels over ocean areas in the northern hemisphere; naca-tn-3984; May 1957

  38. Richard J. Priem; Propellant vaporization as a criterion for rocket engine design : calculations of chamber length to vaporize a single n-heptane drop; naca-tn-3985; Jul 1957

  39. Eli Reshotko, Ivan E. Beckwith; Compressible laminar boundary layer over a yawed infinite cylinder with heat transfer and arbitrary Prandtl number; naca-tn-3986; Jun 1957

  40. Howard T. Mchenry, H. B. Probst; Effect of environments of sodium hydroxide, air, and argon on the stress-rupture properties of nickel at 1500 F; naca-tn-3987; Jan 1958

  41. R. J. Priem, G. L. Borman, M. M. El Wakil, O. A. Uyehara, P. S. Myers; Experimental and calculated histories of vaporizing fuel drops; naca-tn-3988; Aug 1957

  42. Donald H. Desy, J. O. Brittain, M. Gensamer; Strength and ductility of bainitic steels; naca-tn-3989; Aug 1957

  43. J. G. Weinberg, J. A. Bennett; Effect of crystal orientation on fatigue-crack initiation in polycrystalline aluminum alloys; naca-tn-3990; Aug 1957

  44. Martin E. Barzelay, George F. Holloway; Interface thermal conductance of twenty-seven riveted aircraft joints; naca-tn-3991; Jul 1957

  45. Kermit G. Pratt, Floyd V. Bennett; Charts for estimating the effects of short-period stability characteristics on airplane vertical-acceleration and pitch-angle response in continuous atmospheric turbulence; naca-tn-3992; Jun 1957

  46. Stafford W. Wilbur; An investigation of flow in circular and annular 90 degrees bends with a transition in cross section; naca-tn-3995; Aug 1957

  47. Stafford W. Wilbur, James T. Higginbotham; Investigation of a short-annular-diffuser configuration utilizing suction as a means of boundary-layer control; naca-tn-3996; Jun 1957

  48. K. R. Czarnecki, Archibald R. Sinclair; A note on the effect of heat transfer on peak pressure rise associated with separation of turbulent boundary layer on a body of revolution (NACA RM-10) at a Mach number of 1.61; naca-tn-3997; Apr 1957

  49. George W. Brooks, John E. Baker; An experimental investigation of the effect of various; naca-tn-4005; Sept 1958

  50. William A. Brooks, Jr, George E. Griffith, Kurt H. Strass; Two factors influencing temperature distributions and thermal stresses in structures; naca-tn-4052; Jun 1957

  51. George W. Zender, Richard A. Pride; The combinations of thermal and load stresses for the onset of permanent buckling in plates; naca-tn-4053; Jun 1957

  52. Louis F. Vosteen, Robert R. Mcwithey, Robert G. Thomson; Effect of transient heating on vibration frequencies of some simple wing structures; naca-tn-4054; Jun 1957

  53. Thomas L. Coleman, Harry Press, C. C. Shufflebarger; Effects of airplane flexibility on wing bending strains in rough air; naca-tn-4055; Jul 1957

  54. William H. Phillips; Loads implications of gust-alleviation systems; naca-tn-4056; Jun 1957

  55. Delwin R. Croom, Jarrett K. Huffman; Investigation at low speeds of deflectors and spoilers as gust alleviators on a model of the Bell X-5 airplane with 35 degree swept wings and on a high-aspect-ratio 35 degree swept-wing-fuselage model; naca-tn-4057; Jun 1957

  56. John A. Zalovik; Calculated effect of some airplane handling techniques on the ground-run distance in landing on slippery runways; naca-tn-4058; Jul 1957

  57. Max C. Kurbjun; Noise survey of a full-scale supersonic turbine-driven propeller under static conditions; naca-tn-4059; Jul 1957

  58. Robert W. Herr; A wide-frequency-range air-jet shaker; naca-tn-4060; Jun 1957

  59. Andrew G. Swanson, James J. Buglia, Leo T. Chauvin; Flight measurements of boundary-layer temperature profiles on a body of revolution (NACA RM-10) at Mach numbers from 1.2 to 3.5; naca-tn-4061; Jul 1957

  60. Godwin, William R; Effect of sweep on performance of compressor blade sections as indicated by swept-blade rotor, unswept-blade rotor, and cascade tests; naca-tn-4062; Jul 1957

  61. James N. Mueller; Equations, tables, and figures for use in the analysis of helium flow at supersonic and hypersonic speeds; naca-tn-4063; Sep 1957

  62. William H. Phillips, B. Porter Brown, James T. Matthews, Jr; Review and investigation of unsatisfactory control characteristics involving instability of pilot-airplane combination and methods for predicting these difficulties from ground tests; naca-tn-4064; Aug 1957

  63. Ivo M. Kurg; Tensile properties of Inconel X sheet under rapid-heating and constant-temperature conditions; naca-tn-4065; Aug 1957

  64. Bernard B. Klawans, Jack A. White; A method utilizing data on the spiral, roll-subsidence, and dutch roll modes for determining lateral stability derivatives from flight measurements; naca-tn-4066; Aug 1957

  65. Richard R. Heldenfels, Louis F. Vosteen; Approximate analysis of effects of large deflections and initial twist on torsional stiffness of a cantilever plate subjected to thermal stresses; naca-tn-4067; Aug 1957

  66. Max C. Kurbjun; Effects of blade plan form on free-space oscillating pressures near propellers at flight Mach numbers to 0.72; naca-tn-4068; Aug 1957

  67. Robert O. Schade; Flight-test investigation on the Langley control-line facility of a model of a propeller-driven tail-sitter-type vertical-take-off airplane with delta wing during rapid transitions; naca-tn-4070; Aug 1957

  68. C. C. Shufflebarger, Chester B. Payne, George L. Cahen; A correlation of results of a flight investigation with results of an analytical study of effects of wing flexibility on wing strains due to gusts; naca-tn-4071; Aug 1957

  69. Carl R. Huss, James J. Donegan; Tables for the numerical determination of the Fourier transform of a function of time and the inverse Fourier transform of a function of frequency, with some applications to operational calculus methods; naca-tn-4073; Oct 1957

  70. Ivo M. Kurg; Tensile stress-strain properties of 17-7 PH and AM 350 stainless-steel sheet at elevated temperatures; naca-tn-4075; Sep 1957

  71. Leslie W. Lassiter, Robert W. Hess; Calculated and measured stresses in simple panels subject to intense random acoustic loading including the near noise field of a turbojet engine; naca-tn-4076; Sep 1957

  72. David F. Thomas, Jr, Walter D. Wolhart; Static longitudinal and lateral stability characteristics at low speed of 45 degree sweptback-midwing models having wings with an aspect ratio of 2, 4, or 6; naca-tn-4077; Sep 1957

  73. Neal Tetervin; A discussion of cone and flat-plate Reynolds numbers for equal ratios of the laminar shear to the shear caused by small velocity fluctuations in a laminar boundary layer; naca-tn-4078; Aug 1957

  74. Edwin E. Davenport; Wind-tunnel investigation of external-flow jet-augmented double slotted flaps on a rectangular wing at an angle of attack of 0 degree to high momentum coefficients; naca-tn-4079; Sep 1957

  75. John P. Rowe, J. W. Freeman; Effect of overheating on creep-rupture properties of S-816 alloy at 1,500 F; naca-tn-4081; Dec 1957

  76. R. F. Decker, A. I. Rush, A. G. Dano, A. G. Freeman; Abnormal grain growth in nickel-base heat-resistant alloys; naca-tn-4082; Dec 1957

  77. John P. Rowe, J. W. Freeman; Effect of overheating on creep-rupture properties of HS-31 alloy at 1,500 F; naca-tn-4083; Dec 1957

  78. R. F. Decker, A. I. Rush, A. G. Dano, J. W. Freeman; Abnormal grain growth in M-252 and S-816 alloys; naca-tn-4084; Nov 1957

  79. Robert D. Ingebo, Hampton H. Foster; Drop-size distribution for cross current breakup of liquid jets in airstreams; naca-tn-4087; Oct 1957

  80. A. Mendelson, S. Manson; Practical solution of plastic deformation problems in elastic-plastic range; naca-tn-4088; Sep 1957

  81. Charles E. May; The mechanism of thermal-gradient mass transfer in the sodium hydroxide-nickel system; naca-tn-4089; Sep 1957

  82. Herbert G. Hurrell; Analysis of shock motion in ducts during disturbances in downstream pressure; naca-tn-4090; Sep 1957

  83. William E. Brunk; Experimental investigation of transpiration cooling for a turbulent boundary layer in subsonic flow using air as a coolant; naca-tn-4091; Oct 1957

  84. James P. Lewis, Robert S. Ruggeri; Experimental droplet impingement on four bodies of revolution; naca-tn-4092; Dec 1957

  85. Robert S. Ruggeri, James P. Lewis; Investigation of heat transfer from a stationary and rotating conical forebody; naca-tn-4093; Oct 1957

  86. John R. Jack, Richard J. Wisniewski, N. S. Diaconis; Effects of extreme surface cooling on boundary-layer transition; naca-tn-4094; Oct 1957

  87. William H. Roudebush; An analysis of the effect of several parameters on the stability of an air-lubricated hydrostatic thrust bearing; naca-tn-4095; Oct 1957

  88. Rudolph C. Meyer; Flow-turning losses associated with zero-drag external-compression supersonic inlets; naca-tn-4096; Oct 1957

  89. Johnson, Donald F.; Investigation of some mechanical properties of thermenol compressor blades; naca-tn-4097; Oct 1957

  90. Richard J. Priem; Propellant vaporization as a criterion for rocket-engine design : calculations using various log-probability distributions of heptane drops; naca-tn-4098; Oct 1957

  91. Thomas L. Carter; Effect of lubricant viscosity on rolling-contact fatigue life; naca-tn-4101; Oct 1957

  92. E. R. G. Eckert, Patrick L. Donoughe, Betty JO Moore; Velocity and friction characteristics of laminar viscous boundary-layer and channel flow over surfaces with ejection or suction; naca-tn-4102; Dec 1957

  93. Philip M. Edge, Jr; Impact-loads investigation of chine-immersed model having a circular-arc transverse shape; naca-tn-4103; Sep 1957

  94. Frederick C. Grant; The use of pure twist for drag reduction on arrow wings with subsonic leading edges; naca-tn-4104; Aug 1957

  95. P. R. Hill; A method of computing the transient temperature of thick walls from arbitrary variation of adiabatic-wall temperature and heat-transfer coefficient; naca-tn-4105; Oct 1957

  96. Philip M. Edge, Jr, John S. Mixson; Impact-loads investigation of a chine-immersed model having a longitudinally curved bow and a V-bottom with a dead-rise angle of 30 degrees; naca-tn-4106; Sep 1957

  97. Richard H. Rhyne, Harold N. Murrow; Effects of airplane flexibility on wing strains in rough air at 5,000 feet as determined by flight tests of a large swept-wing airplane; naca-tn-4107; Sep 1957

  98. Norman R. Richardson, Elmer A. Horton; A thermal system for continuous monitoring of laminar and turbulent boundary-layer flows during routine flight; naca-tn-4108; Sep 1957

  99. William D. Deveikis; Investigation of the compressive strength and creep of 7075-T6 aluminum-alloy plates at elevated temperatures; naca-tn-4111; Nov 1957

  100. George J. Heimerl, Arthur J. Mcevily, Jr; Generalized master curves for creep and rupture; naca-tn-4112; Oct 1957

  101. Wayne D. Erickson; Study of pressure distributions on simple sharp-nosed models at Mach numbers from 16 to 18 in helium flow; naca-tn-4113; Oct 1957

  102. James P. Peterson; Weight-strength studies of structures representative of fuselage construction; naca-tn-4114; Oct 1957

  103. William J. O'Sullivan, Jr; Theory of aircraft structural models subject to aerodynamic heating and external loads; naca-tn-4115; Sep 1957

  104. Raymond D. Vogler, Thomas R. Turner; Wind-tunnel investigation at low speeds to determine flow-field characteristics and ground influence on a model with jet-augmented flaps; naca-tn-4116; Sep 1957

  105. Herman S. Fletcher; Experimental investigation of lift, drag, and pitching moment of five annular airfoils; naca-tn-4117; Oct 1957

  106. Byron M. Jaquet; Wind-tunnel investigation of effects of ground proximity and of split flaps on the lateral stability derivatives of a 60 degree delta-wing model oscillating in yaw; naca-tn-4119; Sep 1957

  107. William J. O'Sullivan, Jr, William R. Wade; Theory and apparatus for measurement of emissivity for radiative cooling of hypersonic aircraft with data for Inconel and Inconel X; naca-tn-4121; Oct 1957

  108. Norman S. Silsby; External interference effects of a flow through static-pressure orifices of a NACA airspeed head at a Mach number of 3; naca-tn-4122; Oct 1957

  109. Melvin F. Markey, Thomas D. Carpini; Rough-water impact-load investigation of a chine-immersed V-bottom model having a dead-rise angle of 10 degrees; naca-tn-4123; Oct 1957

  110. William A. Newsom, Jr; Effect of ground proximity on the aerodynamic characteristics of a four-engine vertical-take-off-and-landing transport-airplane model with tilting wing and propellers; naca-tn-4124; Oct 1957

  111. Ivan E. Beckwith, James J. Gallagher; Heat transfer and recovery temperatures on a sphere with laminar, transitional, and turbulent boundary layers at Mach numbers of 2.00 and 4.15; naca-tn-4125; Dec 1957

  112. William Gracey; The measurement of pressure altitude on aircraft; naca-tn-4127; Oct 1957

  113. Clifford L. Fricke; A thermocouple subcarrier oscillator for telemetering temperatures from pilotless aircraft; naca-tn-4128; Dec 1957

  114. Martin R. Copp, Walter G. Walker; Analysis of operational airline data to show the effects of airborne weather radar on the gust loads and operating practices of twin-engine short-haul transport airplanes; naca-tn-4129; Nov 1957

  115. George C. Ashby, Jr, John R. Erwin, Wallace M. Schulze; NACA 65-series compressor rotor performance with varying annulus-area ratio, solidity, blade angle, and Reynolds number and comparison with cascade results; naca-tn-4130; Oct 1057

  116. Louis P. Tosti; Transition-flight investigation of a four-engine-transport vertical-take-off airplane model utilizing a large flap and extensible vanes for redirecting the propeller slipstream; naca-tn-4131; Dec 1957

  117. Richard E. Whaley; Fatigue investigation of full-scale transport-airplane wings : variable-amplitude tests with a gust-loads spectrum; naca-tn-4132; Nov 1957

  118. John R. Spreiter, Alvin H. Sacks; A theoretical study of the aerodynamics of slender cruciform-wing arrangements and their wakes; naca-report-1296; Jan 1957

  119. Harvard Lomax; Nonlifting wing-body combinations with certain geometric restraints having minimum wave drag at low supersonic speeds; naca-report-1297; Jan 1957

  120. Henry C. Barnett, Robert R. Hibbard; Basic considerations in the combustion of hydrocarbon fuels with air; naca-report-1300; Jan 1957

  121. Percy J. Bobbitt; Linearized lifting-surface and lifting-line evaluations of sidewash behind rolling triangular wings at supersonic speeds; naca-report-1301; jan 1957

  122. Robert W. Leonard, John M. Hedgepeth; On panel flutter and divergence of infinitely long unstiffened and ring-stiffened thin-walled circular cylinders; naca-report-1302; Jan 1957

  123. William Gracey; Wind-tunnel investigation of a number of total-pressure tubes at high angles of attack -- subsonic, transonic, and supersonic speeds; naca-report-1303; jan 1957

  124. Gerald A. Rainey; Measurement of aerodynamic forces for various mean angles of attack on an airfoil oscillating in pitch and on two finite-span wings oscillating in bending with emphasis on damping in the stall; naca-report-1305; Jan 1957

  125. A. J. Eggers, Jr., Meyer M. Resnikoff; Bodies of revolution having minimum drag at high supersonic airspeeds; naca-report-1306; Jan 1957

  126. William C. Pitts, Jack N. Nielsen, George E. Kaattari; Lift and center of pressure of wing-body-tail combinations at subsonic, transonic, and supersonic speeds; naca-report-1307; Jan 1957

  127. Eldon E. Mathauser, William D. Deveikis; Investigation of the compressive strength and creep lifetime of 2024-T3 aluminum-alloy plates at elevated temperatures; naca-report-1308; Jan 1957

  128. Julian D. Maynard, Leland B. Salters, Jr.; Aerodynamic characteristics at high speeds of related full-scale propellers having different blade-section cambers; naca-report-1309; Jan 1957

  129. Charles H. McLellan, Mitchel H. Bertram, John A. Moore; An investigation of four wings of square plan form at a Mach number of 6.9 in the Langley 11-inch hypersonic tunnel; naca-report-1310; Jan 1957

  130. Alberta Y. Alksne; Determination of vortex paths by series expansion technique with application to cruciform wings; naca-report-1311; Jan 1957

  131. W. E. Moeckel; Some effects of bluntness on boundary-layer transition and heat transfer at supersonic speeds; naca-report-1312; Jan 1957

  132. Mitchel H. Bertram; Exploratory investigation of boundary-layer transition on a hollow cylinder at a Mach number of 6.9; naca-report-1313; Jan 1957

  133. John H. Povolny, Fred W. Steffen, Jack G. McArdle; Summary of scale-model thrust-reverser investigation; naca-report-1314; Jan 1957

  134. Keith C. Harder, E. B. Klunker; On slender-body theory at transonic speeds; naca-report-1315; Jan 1957

  135. Harvey G. McComb, Jr.; Torsional stiffness of thin-walled shells having reinforcing cores and rectangular, triangular, or diamond cross section; naca-report-1316; Jan 1957

  136. Rinaldo J. Brun; Cloud-droplet ingestion in engine inlets with inlet velocity ratios of 1.0 and 0.7; naca-report-1317; Jan 1957

  137. Max A. Heaslet, John R. Spreiter; Three-dimensional transonic flow theory applied to slender wings and bodies; naca-report-1318; Jan 1957

  138. Harry H. Heyson, S. Katzoff; Induced velocities near a lifting rotor with nonuniform disk loading; naca-report-1319; Jan 1957

  139. George J. Nothwang; An evaluation of four experimental methods for measuring mean properties of a supersonic turbulent boundary layer; naca-report-1320; Jan 1957

  140. John M. Eggleston, Franklin W. Diederich; Theoretical calculation of the power spectra of the rolling and yawing moments on a wing in random turbulence; naca-report-1321; Jan 1957

  141. Harry L. Runyan, Donald S. Woolston; Method for calculating the aerodynamic loading on an oscillating finite wing in subsonic and sonic flow; naca-report-1322; Jan 1957

  142. Davis H. Crawford, William D. McCauley; Investigation of the laminar aerodynamic heat-transfer characteristics of a hemisphere-cylinder in the Langley 11-inch hypersonic tunnel at a Mach number of 6.8; naca-report-1323; Jan 1957

  143. James J. Donegan, Carl R. Huss; Comparison of several methods for obtaining the time response of linear systems to either a unit impulse or arbitrary input from frequency-response data; naca-report-1324; Jan 1957

  144. Franklin K. Moore, Simon Ostrach; Average properties of compressible laminar boundary layer on flat plate with unsteady flight velocity; naca-report-1325; Jan 1957

  145. John E. Yeates, Jr., George W. Brooks, John C. Houbolt; Flight and analytical methods for determining the coupled vibration response of tandem helicopters; naca-report-1326; Jan 1957

  146. William J. Alford, Jr.; Theoretical and experimental investigation of the subsonic-flow fields beneath swept and unswept wings with tables or vortex-induced velocities; naca-report-1327; Jan 1957

  147. Clarence A. Syvertson, David H. Dennis; A second-order shock-expansion method applicable to bodies of revolution near zero lift; naca-report-1328; Jan 1957

  148. Edmund E. Callaghan, Willard D. Coles; Far noise field of air jets and jet engines; naca-report-1329; Jan 1957

  149. Henry A. Cole, Jr., Stuart C. Brown, Euclid C. Holleman; Experimental and predicted longitudinal and lateral-directional response characteristics of a large flexible 35 degree swept-wing airplane at an altitude of 35,000 feet; naca-report-1330; Jan 1957

  150. F. N. Rhines, W. W. Bond, M. A. Kissel; Influence of alloying upon grain-boundary creep; naca-report-1331; Jan 1957

  151. Irving I. Pinkel, Edmund G. Rosenberg; Seat design for crash worthiness; naca-report-1332; Jan 1957

  152. Harold Mirels; Attenuation in a shock tube due to unsteady-boundary-layer action; naca-report-1333; Jan 1957

  153. Howard J. Childs, Thaine W. Reynolds, Charles C. Graves; Relation of turbojet and ramjet combustion efficiency to second-order reaction kinetics and fundamental flame speed; naca-report-1334; Jan 1957

  154. Robert T. Jones; Minimum wave drag for arbitrary arrangements of wings and bodies; naca-report-1335; Jan 1957

  155. Robert M. Reynolds, Robert I. Samonds, John H. Walker; An investigation of single- and dual-rotation propellers at positive and negative thrust, and in combination with an NACA 1-series D-type cowling at Mach numbers up to 0.84; naca-report-1336; Jan 1957

  156. Robert E. Street; Problem of slip flow in aerodynamics; naca-rm-57a30; Mar 1957

  157. Richard B. Skoog; An analysis of the effects of aeroelasticity on static longitudinal stability and control of a swept-wing airplane; naca-report-1298; Jan 1957

  158. Robert F. Smiley; Correlation, evaluation, and extension of linearized theories for tire motion and wheel shimmy; naca-report-1299; Jan 1957

  159. Paul C. Simon, Dennis W. Brown, Ronald G. Huff; Performance of external-compression bump inlet at Mach numbers of 1.5 and 2.0; naca-rm-e56l19; Apr 1957

  160. Fred W. Steffen, Lewis A. Rodert; Foreign-object retention and flow characteristics of retractable engine-inlet screens; naca-rm-e57a15; Jul 1957

  161. Donald J. Vargo, Philip N. Parks, Owen H. Davis; Investigation of a high-performance top inlet to Mach number of 2.0 and at angles of attack to 20 degrees; naca-rm-e57a21; Mar 1957

  162. John E. McAulay; Full-scale free-jet investigation of a two-shock side-inlet diffuser at Mach 2.75 and a comparison with a single-shock diffuser; naca-rm-e57a31; Apr 1957

  163. Henry O. Slone, Patrick L. Donoughe; Analysis of coolant flow and pressure requirements for a return-flow turbine rotor blade design using hydrogen, helium, or air as coolant; naca-rm-e57b18; May 1957

  164. Leonard K. Tower; Thermal relations for two-phase expansion with phase equilibrium and example for combustion products of boron-containing fuel; naca-rm-e57c11; may 1957

  165. Elmer H. Davison; Analysis of two-spool turboprop-engine characteristics; naca-rm-e57c21; Jun 1957

  166. Robert E. English, Peggy L. Yohner; Theoretical analysis of one-stage windmills for reducing flow distortion; naca-rm-e57d05; Jun 1957

  167. Arthur A. Anderson, Maynard I. Weinstein; Aerodynamic performance of several techniques for spike-position control of a blunt-lip nose inlet having internal contraction; Mach numbers of 0.63 and 1.5 to 2.0; naca-rm-e57d15; Sep 1957

  168. W. E. Moeckel; Oblique-shock relations at hypersonic speeds for air in chemical equilibrium; naca-tn-3895; Jan 1957

  169. Julian H. Allen, A. J. Eggers, Jr.; A study of the motion and aerodynamic heating of missiles entering the earth's atmosphere at high supersonic speeds; naca-tn-4047; Oct 1957

  170. Julian H. Allen; Motion of a ballistic missile angularly misaligned with the flight path upon entering the atmosphere and its effect upon aerodynamic heating, aerodynamic loads, and miss distance; naca-tn-4048; Oct 1957

  171. R. F. Decker, John P. Rowe, J. W. Freeman; Influence of crucible materials on high-temperature properties of vacuum-melted nickel-chromium-cobalt alloy; naca-tn-4049; Jun 1957

  172. Jim J. Jones; Experimental investigation of attenuation of strong shock waves in a shock tube with hydrogen and helium as driver gases; naca-tn-4072; Jul 1957

  173. Bland A. Stein; Compressive stress-strain properties of 17-7 PH and AM 350 stainless-steel sheet at elevated temperatures; naca-tn-4074; Aug 1957

  174. N. S. Diaconis, Richard J. Wisniewski, John R. Jack; Heat transfer and boundary-layer transition on two blunt bodies at Mach numbers 3.12; naca-tn-4099; Oct 1957

  175. Robert W. Hess, Robert W. Fralich, Harvey H. Hubbard; Studies of structural failure due to acoustic loading; naca-tn-4050; Jul 1957

  176. Willard R. Westphal, William R. Godwin; Comparison of NACA 65-series compressor-blade pressure distributions and performance in a rotor and in cascade; naca-tn-3806; Mar 1957

  177. S. R. Montgomery, J. J. Braun; Investigation of rotating stall in a single-stage axial compressor; naca-tn-3823; Jan 1957

  178. Martin E. Barzelay, George F. Holloway; Effect of an interface on transient temperature distribution in composite aircraft joints; naca-tn-3824; Apr 1957

  179. I. Flugge-Lotz, C. F. Taylor; Investigation of a nonlinear control system; naca-tn-3826; Apr 1957

  180. Edward M. Grala; Investigation of the NiAl phase of nickel-aluminum alloys; naca-tn-3828; Jan 1957

  181. George Gerard, Herbert Becker; Handbook of structural stability part III: buckling of curved plates and shells; naca-tn-3783; Aug 1957

  182. Max A. Heaslet; The minimization of wave drag for wings and bodies with given base area or volume; naca-tn-3289; Jul 1957

  183. Murray Tobak; On the minimization of airplane responses to random gusts; naca-tn-3290; Oct 1957

  184. George Gerard, Herbert Becker; Handbook of structural stability part I : buckling of flat plates; naca-tn-3781; Jul 1957

  185. Eugene Perchonok, Donald P. Hearth; Effect of ambient-temperature variation on the matching requirements of inlet-engine combinations at supersonic speeds; naca-tn-3834; Jan 1957

  186. Marcus F. Heidmann, Richard J. Priem, Jack C. Humphrey; A study of sprays formed by two impinging jets; naca-tn-3835; Mar 1957

  187. Seiff, Alvin Sommer, Simon C Canning, Thomas N; Some experiments at high supersonic speeds on the aerodynamic and boundary-layer transition characteristics of high-drag bodies of revolution; naca-rm-a56i05; January 14, 1957

  188. Peterson, Robert B; Comparison of experimental and theoretical zero-lift wave-drag results for various wing-body-tail combinations at Mach numbers up to 1.9; naca-rm-a56i07; March 27, 1957

  189. Barnett, Robert M Kaufman, William M Fulcher, Elmer C; Application of a windshield-display system to the low-altitude bombing problem; naca-rm-a56i10; January 04, 1957

  190. Hickey, Daniel P; Experimental investigation of a method of wave-drag reduction for combinations employing quasicylindrical bodies and swept wings at supersonic speeds; naca-rm-a56i18; February 19, 1957

  191. Holdaway, George H Hatfield, Elaine W; Investigation of symmetric body indentations designed to reduce the transonic zero-lift wave drag of a 45 degree swept wing with an NACA 64A006 section and with a thickened leading-edge section; naca-rm-a56k26; March 19, 1957

  192. Hermach, C A Kraus, Samuel Reller, John O , Jr; Reductions in temperature-recovery factor associated with pulsating flows generated by spike-nosed cylinders at a Mach number of 3.50; naca-rm-a56l05; March 04, 1957

  193. Peterson, Victor, L Boyd, John W; Effects of conical camber on the lift, drag, and pitching-moment characteristics of a triangular wing of aspect ratio 3.0; naca-rm-a56l18; February 19, 1957

  194. Mcdevitt, John B Taylor, Robert A; An investigation of wing-body juncture interference effects at transonic speeds for several swept-wing and body combinations; naca-rm-a57a02; May 16, 1957

  195. Phelps, E Ray Boyd, John W; A wind-tunnel investigation of the effects of conical camber for an airplane configuration having a triangular wing of aspect ratio 2.2; naca-rm-a57a10; April 30, 1957

  196. Treon, Stuart L Knechtel, Earl D; Lateral-directional aerodynamic characteristics of several coplanar triple-body missile configurations at Mach numbers from 0.6 to 1.4; naca-rm-a57a25; April 10, 1957

  197. Evans, William T; Leading-edge contours for thin swept wings : an analysis of low-and high-speed data; naca-rm-a57b11; March 29, 1957

  198. Foster, John V Fulcher, Elmer C Heinle, Donovan R; An air-borne target simulator for use with scope-presentation type fire-control systems; naca-rm-a57c19; May 10, 1957

  199. Canning, Thomas N Sommer, Simon C; Investigation of boundary-layer transition on flat-faced bodies of revolution at high supersonic speeds; naca-rm-a57c25; June 07, 1957

  200. Sadoff, Melvin Stewart, John D Cooper, George E; Analytical study of the comparative pitch-up behavior of several airplanes and correlation with pilot opinion; naca-rm-a57d04; June 12, 1957

  201. Drinkwater, Fred J , III White, Maurice D; A comparison of carrier approach speeds as determined from flight tests and from pilot-operated simulator studies; naca-rm-a57d30; June 19, 1957

  202. Migotsky, Eugene Adams, Gaynor, J; Some properties of wing and half-body arrangements at supersonic speeds; naca-rm-a57e15; July 22, 1957

  203. Spahr, J Richard Polhamus, Edward C; Aerodynamic loads on tails at high angles of attack and sideslip; naca-rm-a57e21; July 23, 1957

  204. Holdaway, George H Wallace, Minor R , Jr; Investigation of axially symmetric flow over steps at transonic speeds with comparisons of estimated and experimental drag results; naca-rm-a57e24; July 22, 1957

  205. Reller, John O , Jr; Heat transfer to blunt nose shapes with laminar boundary layers at high supersonic speeds; naca-rm-a57f03a; August 16, 1957

  206. Sutton, Fred B Lautenberger, J Walter, Jr; A buffet investigation at high subsonic speeds of wing-fuselage-tail combinations having sweptback wings with NACA 64A thickness distributions, fences, a leading-edge extension, and body contouring; naca-rm-a57f06a; August 1957

  207. Lee, George Summers, James L; Effects of string-support interference on the drag of an olgive-cylinder body with and without a boatail at 0.6 to 1.4 Mach number; naca-rm-a57i09; December 03, 1957

  208. Hill, William A , Jr; Experimental lift of low-aspect-ratio triangular wings at large angles of attack and supersonic speeds; naca-rm-a57i17; November 20, 1957

  209. Neice, Stanford E Carson, James A Cunningham, Bernard E; Experimental investigation of the simulation of atmospheric entry of ballistic missiles; naca-rm-a57i26; December 12, 1957

  210. Dennis, David H; The effects of boundary-layer separation over bodies of revolution with conical tail flares; naca-rm-a57i30; December 12, 1957

  211. Nussdorfer, T J Sederstrom, D C Perchonok, E; Investigation of combustion in 16-inch ram jet under simulated conditions of high altitude and high Mach number; naca-rm-e50d04; June 27, 1957

  212. Schafer, Louis J , Jr Stepka, Francis S; Results of turbojet engine operation tests using a 50-50 mixture of JP-4 and tributyl borate as the fuel; naca-rm-e52l17a; January 16, 1957

  213. Heidmann, M F; A study of injection processes for 15-percent fluorine - 85-percent oxygen and heptane in a 200-pound-thrust rocket engine; naca-rm-e56j11; January 15, 1957

  214. Spakowski, A E Graab, J; Identification of foreign objects damaging compressor blades in turbojet engines; naca-rm-e56j12; January 07, 1957

  215. Beke, Andrew; Experimental investigation of water injection in subsonic diffuser of a conical inlet operation at free-stream Mach number of 2.5; naca-rm-e56j15; January 15, 1957

  216. Huff, Ronald G Anderson, Arthur R; Internal performance of several auxiliary air inlets immersed in a turbulent boundary layer at Mach numbers of 1.3, 1.5, and 2.0; naca-rm-e56j18; January 18, 1957

  217. Norgren, Carl T; Performance of an experimental annular turbojet combustor with methane and propane; naca-rm-e56j22; January 16, 1957

  218. Hearth, Donald P; Use of main-inlet bypass to supply ejector exhaust nozzle at supersonic speeds; naca-rm-e56k08; February 28, 1957

  219. Connors, James F Meyer, Rudolph C; Investigation of an asymmetric 'penshape' exit having circular projections and discharging into quiescent air; naca-rm-e56k09a; January 24, 1957

  220. Huff, Vearl N Gordon, Sanford; Theoretical rocket performance of JP-4 fuel with mixtures of liquid ozone and fluorine; naca-rm-e56k14; January 28, 1957

  221. Shillito, Thomas B Koffel, William K; Experimental investigation of ejector-nozzle metal temperatures; naca-rm-e56k20; February 27, 1957

  222. Price, Harold G , Jr Douglass, Howard W; Material compatibility with gaseous fluorine; naca-rm-e56k21; January 23, 1957

  223. Musial, Norman T; Comparison of effect of a turbojet engine and three cold-flow configurations on the stability of a full-scale supersonicle inlet; naca-rm-e56k23; January 24, 1957

  224. Livingood, John N B Diaguila, Anthony J; A method for determining core dimensions of heat exchanger with one dominating film resistance and verification with experimental data; naca-rm-e56k26a; January 28, 1957

  225. Schueller, Carl F Stitt, Leonard E; An inlet design concept to reduce flow distortion at angle of attack; naca-rm-e56k28b; February 26, 1957

  226. Valerino, Alfred S Zappa, Robert F; Investigation of mass-flow and pressure recovery characteristics of several underslung scoop-type inlets at free-stream Mach numbers of 2.0, 1.8, 1.5, and 0.66; naca-rm-e56k29; March 13, 1957

  227. Beale, William T Povolny, John H; Internal performance of two-dimensional wedge exhaust nozzles; naca-rm-e56k29b; February 28, 1957

  228. Rabb, Leonard Krasnican, Milan J; Observation of laminar flow on an air-launched 15 degree cone-cylinder at local Reynolds numbers to 50 x 10(exp 6) at peak Mach number of 6.75; naca-rm-e56l03; March 04, 1957

  229. Luidens, Roger W; Arrangements of jet engine and airframe for increased range; naca-rm-e56l04; July 26, 1957

  230. Osborn, Walter M Smith, Kenneth J Hamrick, Joseph T; Design and test of mixed-flow impellers VIII : comparison of experimental results for three impellers with shroud redesigned by rapid approximate method; naca-rm-e56l07; February 27, 1957

  231. Fortini, Anthony Huff, Vearl N; Theoretical performance of liquid hydrogen and liquid fluorine as a rocket propellant for a chamber pressure of 600 pounds per square inch absolute; naca-rm-e56l10a; January 25, 1957

  232. Wise, Paul H Lipschitz, Abraham; Comparison of combustion reactivity of ethyldecaborane fuels with typical hydrocarbon fuels on basis of spray flammability limits of fuel-rich mists and calculated lean-limit flame temperatures for fuel vapor-air systems; naca-rm-e56l12; February 27, 1957

  233. Rosenblum, Louis; Thermal decomposition of some group I, II, and III metal alkyls; naca-rm-e56l18; February 15, 1957

  234. Tannenbaum, Stanley; The heat of combustion of tetraethyldiborane; naca-rm-e53e11; January 16, 1957

  235. Fletcher, Edward A; Spontaneous flammability of pentaborane and pentaborane-3-methylpentane blends; naca-rm-e53i17; February 13, 1957

  236. Disher, John H Rabb, Leonard; Initial performance investigation of pentaborane fuel in free-flight ram-jet engine; naca-rm-e54d28; January 24, 1957

  237. Setze, Paul C; A study of liquid boric oxide particle growth rates in a gas stream from a simulated jet engine combustor; naca-rm-e55i20a; April 30, 1957

  238. Curren, Arthur N Cochran, Reeves P; A balanced-pressure sliding seal used for transfer of pressurized air between stationary and rotating parts; naca-rm-e56i11; January 09, 1957

  239. Mitchell, Glenn A Campbell, Robert C; Performance of a supersonic ramp-type side inlet with ram-scoop throat bleed and varying fuselage boundary-layer removal : Mach number range 1.5 to 2.0 / Glenn A. Mitchell and Robert C. Campbell; naca-rm-e56i26; January 17, 1957

  240. Wise, George A Sterbentz, William H; Investigation of shock-boundary-layer interaction on the spike of a conical-spike nose inlet; naca-rm-e56i26a; January 09, 1957

  241. Mcaulay, John E Prince, William R; Some operating experience and problems encountered during operation of a free-jet facility; naca-rm-e56j02; February 13, 1957

  242. Hearth, Donald P Musial, Norman T; Investigation of a supersonic-inlet - turbojet-engine combination at Mach 2.0 and angles of attack up to 6 degrees; naca-rm-e57d18; July 1957

  243. Drell, Isadore L Belles, Frank E; Survey of hydrogen combustion properties; naca-rm-e57d24; July 26, 1957

  244. Schmidt, Harold W; Reaction of fluorine with carbon as a means of fluorine disposal; naca-rm-e57e02; July 18, 1957

  245. Baughman, L Eugene Kochendorfer, Fred D; Jet effects on base pressures of conical afterbodies at Mach 1.91 and 3.12; naca-rm-e57e06; August 12, 1957

  246. Rohlik, Harold E Wintucky, William T Scribbe, Herbert W; Investigation of a 0.6 hub-tip radius-ratio transonic turbine designed for secondary-flow study II : design and experimental performance of turbine with low-velocity-turning stator and standard rotor; naca-rm-e57e09; July 18, 1957

  247. Neu, Richard F; Injection principles for liquid oxygen and heptane using nine-element injectors in an 1800-pound-thrust rocket engine; naca-rm-e57e13; July 18, 1957

  248. Dorsch, Robert G Serafini, John S Fletcher, Edward A; Exploratory investigation of aerodynamic effects of external combustion of aluminum borohydride in airstream adjacent to flat plate in Mach 2.46 tunnel; naca-rm-e57e16; July 29, 1957

  249. Krasnican, M J Wisniewski, R J; Free-flight determination of boundary-layer transition and heat transfer for a hemisphere-cylinder at Mach numbers to 5.6; naca-rm-e57f10; October 21, 1957

  250. Trout, Arthur M Papell, S Stephen Povolny, John H; Internal performance of several divergent-shroud ejector nozzles with high divergence angles; naca-rm-e57f13; October 02, 1957

  251. King, Charles R; A semiempirical correlation of afterburner combustion efficiency and lean-blowout fuel-air-ratio data with several afterburner-inlet variables and afterburner lengths; naca-rm-e57f26; September 17, 1957

  252. Disher, John H; Flight investigation of pentaborane fuel in rocket boosted 9.75-inch-diameter ramjet engine with convergent-divergent exhaust nozzle; naca-rm-e57f27; September 17, 1957

  253. Gelder, Thomas F; Total-pressure distortion and recovery of supersonic nose inlet with conical centerbody in subsonic icing conditions; naca-rm-e57g09; September 17, 1957

  254. Gordon, Sanford Drellishak, Kenneth S; Theoretical rocket performance of JP-4 fuel with several fluorine-oxygen mixtures assuming frozen composition; naca-rm-e57g16a; November 13, 1957

  255. Price, Harold G , Jr Douglass, Howard W; Nonmetallic material compatibility with liquid fluorine; naca-rm-e57g18; October 02, 1957

  256. Morrell, Gerald; Summary of NACA research on ignition lag of self-igniting fuel - nitric acid propellants; naca-rm-e57g19; October 03, 1957

  257. Samanich, Nick E; Pressure drag of axisymmetric cowls having large initial lip angles at Mach numbers from 1.90 to 3.88; naca-rm-e57g24; October 21, 1957

  258. Morrell, Gerald Ladanyi, Dezso J; Chemical igniters for starting jet fuel - nitric acid rockets; naca-rm-e57g26; October 08, 1957

  259. Connors, James F Wise, George A; Performance of a translating-double-cone axisymmetric inlet with cowl bypass at Mach numbers from 2.0 to 3.5; naca-rm-e57h07b; November 13, 1957

  260. Hurrell, Herbert G; Simplified theory for dynamic relation of ramjet pressures and fuel flow; naca-rm-e57i13; 1957

  261. Larson, Terry J Stillwell, Wendell H Armistead, Katharine H; Static-pressure error calibrations for nose-boom airspeed installations of 17 airplanes; naca-rm-h57a02; March 13, 1957

  262. Saltzman, Edwin J; Flight-determined induction-system and surge characteristics of the YF-102 airplane with a two-spool turbojet engine; naca-rm-h57c22; June 28, 1957

  263. Purser, Paul E Fields, E M; Some research on the lift and stability of wing-body combinations; naca-rm-l55g06a; July 02, 1957

  264. Pride, Richard A Hall, John B , Jr Anderson, Melvin S; Effects of rapid heating on strength of airframe components; naca-tn-4051; June 1957

  265. Love, Eugene S; A reexamination of the use of simple concepts for predicting the shape and location of detached shock waves; naca-tn-4170; December 1957

  266. Aiken, William S , Jr; Analysis of horizontal-tail loads in pitching maneuvers on a flexible swept-wing jet bomber; naca-tn-4191; December 1957

  267. Houbolt, John C Brooks, George W; Differential equations of motion for combined flapwise bending, chordwise bending, and torsion of twisted nonuniform rotor blades; naca-tn-3905; February 1957

  268. Vaughan, Victor L , Jr Ramsen, John A; Hydrodynamic characteristics over a range of speeds up to 80 feet per second of a rectangular modified flat plate having an aspect ratio of 0.25 and operating at several depths of submersion; naca-tn-3908; April 1957

  269. Smiley, Robert F Horne, Walter B; Vertical force-deflection characteristics of a pair of 56-inch-diameter aircraft tires from static and drop tests with and without prerotation; naca-tn-3909; February 1957

  270. Lovell, Powell M , Jr Parlett, Lysle P; Flight tests of a model of a high-wing transport vertical-take-off airplane with tilting wing and propellers and with jet controls at the rear of the fuselage for pitch and yaw control; naca-tn-3912; March 1957

  271. Sylvester, Maurice A Baker, John E; Some experimental studies of panel flutter at Mach number 1.3; naca-tn-3914; February 1957

  272. Newsom, William A , Jr; Effect of propeller location and flap deflection on the aerodynamic characteristics of a wing-propeller combination for angles of attack from 0 degrees to 80 degrees; naca-tn-3917; 1957

  273. Kuhn, Richard E Hayes, William C , Jr; Wind-tunnel investigation of effect of propeller slipstreams on aerodynamic characteristics of a wing equipped with a 50-percent-chord sliding flap and a 30-percent-chord slotted flap; naca-tn-3918; February 1957

  274. Kuhn, Richard E; Investigation of effectiveness of a wing equipped with a 50-percent-chord sliding flap, a 30-percent-chord slotted flap, and a 30-percent-chord slat in deflecting propeller slipstreams downward for vertical take-off; naca-tn-3919; 1957

  275. Castles, Walter, Jr (Georgia Institute of Technology); Approximate solution for streamlines about a lifting rotor having uniform loading and operating in hovering or low-speed vertical-ascent flight conditions; naca-tn-3921; February 1957

  276. Wenzel, L M Hart, C E Craig, R T; Experimental comparison of speed : fuel-flow and speed-area controls on a turbojet engine for small step disturbances; naca-tn-3926; March 1957

  277. Robins, Leonard Grala, Edward M; Preliminary investigation of the effect of surface treatment on the strength of a titanium carbide - 30 percent nickel base cermet; naca-tn-3927; February 1957

  278. Probst, H B Mchenry, Howard T; A study of the "toss factor" in the impact testing of cermets by the Izod pendulum test; naca-tn-3931; February 1957

  279. Russell, Walter E Wisner, John P; An investigation of high-temperature vacuum and hydrogen furnace brazing; naca-tn-3932; March 1957

  280. Hart, C E Wenzel, L M Craig, R T; Experimental investigation of temperature feedback control systems applicable to turbojet-engine control; naca-tn-3936; March 1957

  281. Felix, A Richard Emery, James C; A comparison of typical National Gas Turbine Establishment and NACA axial-flow compressor blade sections in cascade at low speed; naca-tn-3937; March 1957

  282. Edge, Philip M , Jr; Impact-loads investigation of chine-immersed models having concave-convex transverse shape and straight or curved keel lines; naca-tn-3940; February 1957

  283. Gustafson, F B Tapscott, Robert J; Methods for obtaining desired helicopter stability characteristics and procedures for stability predictions; naca-tn-3945; February 1957

  284. Salmirs, Seymour Tapscott, Robert J; Instrument flight trials with helicopter stabilized in attitude about each axis individually; naca-tn-3947; 1957

  285. Clevenson, Sherman A Tomassoni, John E; Experimental investigation of the oscillating forces and moments on a two-dimensional wing equipped with an oscillating circular-arc spoiler; naca-tn-3949; March 1957

  286. Christopher, Kenneth W; Investigation of the planing lift of a flat plate at speeds up to 170 feet per second; naca-tn-3951; March 1957

  287. Hedgepeth, John M Waner, Paul G , Jr; Analysis of static aeroelastic behavior of low-aspect-ratio rectangular wings; naca-tn-3958; April 1957

  288. Diederich, Franklin W; Expected numbers of maxima and minima of a stationary random process with non-Gaussian frequency distribution; naca-tn-3960; April 1957

  289. Jaquet, Byron M Fletcher, H S; Effect of fuselage length and a canopy on the static longitudinal and lateral stability characteristics of 45 degrees sweptback airplane models having fuselages with square cross sections; naca-tn-3961; April 1957

  290. Valluri, S R (California Institute of Technology); Effect of frequency and temperature on fatigue of metals; naca-tn-3972; February 1957

  291. Coles, Willard D Callaghan, Edmund E; Full-scale investigation of several jet-engine noise-reduction nozzles; naca-tn-3974; April 1957

  292. Dance, James H Clauss, Francis J; Rupture strength of several nickel-base alloys in sheet form; naca-tn-3976; April 1957

  293. Fine, Burton; Further experiments on the stability of laminar and turbulent hydrogen-air flames at reduced pressures; naca-tn-3977; April 1957

  294. Von Glahn, Uwe H; Exploratory study of ground proximity effects on thrust of annular and circular nozzles; naca-tn-3982; April 1957

  295. Peters, Roger W Kuhn, Paul; Bursting strength of unstiffened pressure cylinders with slits; naca-tn-3993; April 1957

  296. Illg, Walter Mcevily, Arthur J , Jr; Static strength of cross-grain 7075-T6 aluminum-alloy extruded bar containing fatigue cracks; naca-tn-3994; April 1957

  297. LOVE EUGENE S; Base pressure at supersonic speeds on two-dimensional airfoils and on bodies of revolution with and without fins having turbulent boundary layers; naca-tn-3819; 1957

  298. Reinhart, F W (National Bureau of Standards) Good, C L (National Bureau of Standards) Turner, P S (National Bureau of Standards) Wolock, I (National Bureau of Standards); Comparison of mechanical properties of flat sheets, molded shapes, and postformed shapes of cotton-fabric phenolic laminates; naca-tn-3825; 1957

  299. Mordfin, Leonard (National Bureau of Standards) Legate, Alvin C (National Bureau of Standards); Creep behavior of structural joints of aircraft materials under constant loads and temperatures; naca-tn-3842; 1957

  300. Coletti, Donald E; Experimental investigation of the forces and moments due to sideslip of a series of triangular vertical- and horizontal-tail combinations at Mach numbers of 1.62, 1.93, and 2.41; naca-tn-3846; March 1957

  301. Powell, Robert D , Jr; The effect of forward-flight speed on the propulsive characteristics of a pulse-jet engine mounted on a helicopter rotor; naca-tn-3855; 1957

  302. Herzig, Howard Z Hansen, Arthur G; On possible similarity solutions for three-dimensional incompressible laminar boundary layers III : similarity with respect to stationary polar coordinates for small angle variation; naca-tn-3890; 1957

  303. Anderson, William J; Performance of 110-millimeter-bore M-1 tool steel ball bearings at high speeds, loads, and temperatures; naca-tn-3892; 1957

  304. Probst, H B Mchenry, Howard T; A study of the impact behavior of high-temperature materials; naca-tn-3894; March 1957

  305. Pridmore-Brown, David C (Massachusetts Institute of Technology); Propagation of sound into a wind-created shadow zone; naca-rm-57b25; April 22, 1957

  306. Erickson, Burton : (Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn) Patel, Sharad A : (Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn) French, Francis W : (Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn) Lederman, Samuel : (Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn) Hoff, N J : (Polytechnic Institute; Experimental investigation of creep bending and buckling of thin circular cylindrical shells; naca-rm-57e17; July 23, 1957

  307. Gillis, Clarence L Mitchell, Jesse L; Determination of longitudinal stability and control characteristics from free-flight model tests with results at transonic speeds for three airplane configurations; naca-report-1337; 1957

  308. Howes, Walton L Callaghan, Edmund E Coles, Willard D Mull, Harold R; Near noise field of a jet-engine exhaust; naca-report-1338; 1957

  309. Furlong, G Chester Mchugh, James G; A summary and analysis of the low-speed longitudinal characteristics of swept wings at high Reynolds number; naca-report-1339; 1957

  310. Adamson, David Boatright, William B; Investigation of downwash, sidewash, and Mach number distribution behind a rectangular wing at a Mach number of 2.41; naca-report-1340; 1957

  311. Ewing, John F Freeman, J W; Influence of hot-working conditions on high-temperature properties of a heat-resistant alloy; naca-report-1341; 1957

  312. Creer, Brent Y; An analog computer study of several stability augmentation schemes designed to alleviate roll-induced instability; naca-rm-a56h30; February 19, 1957

  313. Buell, Donald A Reed, Verlin D Lopez, Armando E; The static and dynamic-rotary stability derivatives at subsonic speeds of an airplane model with an unswept wing and a high horizontal tail; naca-rm-a56i04; January 14, 1957

  314. James, Harry A Maki, Ralph L; Wind-tunnel tests of the static longitudinal characteristics at low speed of a swept-wing airplane with blowing flaps and leading-edge slats; naca-rm-a57d11; July 05, 1957

  315. Buell, Donald A Kolbe, Carl D; The effects at subsonic speeds of wing fences and a tail on the longitudinal characteristics of a 63 degree swept-wing fuselage combination; naca-rm-a57e02; July 02, 1957

  316. Anderson, Seth B Faye, Alan E , Jr; Flight investigation of the low-speed characteristics of a 35 degree swept-wing airplane equipped with an area-suction ejector flap and various wing leading-edge devices; naca-rm-a57g10; September 26, 1957

  317. Holdaway, George H Wallace, Minor R , Jr Hatfield, Elaine W; A transonic investigation of the effects of semisubmerged-store cavities and of slots on the zero-lift drag of a body of revolution; naca-rm-a57h19a; October 28, 1957

  318. Koenig, David G Aoyagi, Kiyoshi; The use of a leading-edge area-suction flap and leading-edge modifications to improve the high-lift characteristics of an airplane model with a wing of 45 degree sweep and aspect ratio 2.8; naca-rm-a57h21; November 04, 1957

  319. Mcfadden, Norman M Pauli, Frank A Heinle, Frank A; A flight study of longitudinal-control-system dynamic characteristics by the use of a variable-control-system airplane; naca-rm-a57l10; 1957

  320. Chauvin, Leo T; Temperature measurements from a flight test of two wing-body combinations at 7 degree angle of attack for Mach numbers to 4.86 and Reynolds numbers to 19.2 X 10(exp 6); naca-rm-l57f27; September 12, 1957

  321. Nelson, Robert L Welsh, Clement J; Some examples of the applications of the transonic and supersonic area rules to the prediction of wave drag; naca-rm-l56d11; March 20, 1957

  322. Leiss, Abraham Bressette, Walter E; Pressure distribution induced on a flat plate by a supersonic and sonic jet exhaust at a free-stream Mach number of 1.80; naca-rm-l56i06; January 10, 1957

  323. Few, Albert G , Jr Fournier, Paul G; Wind-tunnel investigation of the aerodynamic characteristics of a series of swept, highly tapered thin wings at transonic speeds : transonic bumb method; naca-rm-l56i24; January 04, 1957

  324. Barlett, Walter A , Jr Merlet, Charles F; Flight investigation of a ram jet burning magnesium slurry fuel and having a conical shock inlet designed for a Mach number of 4.1; naca-rm-l56i24a; January 22, 1957

  325. Morris, Odell A; Aerodynamic forces and moments on a large ogive-cylinder store at various locations below the fuselage center line of a swept-wing bomber configuration at a Mach number of 1.61; naca-rm-l56i25; January 14, 1957

  326. Potter, Dexter M; Measurements of runway roughness of four commercial airports; naca-rm-l56i26; January 07, 1957

  327. Alford, William J King, Thomas, Jr; Experimental static aerodynamic forces and moments at high subsonic speeds on a missile model during simulated launching from the midsemispan location of a 45 degree sweptback wing-fuselage-pylon combination; naca-rm-l56j05; January 10, 1957

  328. Mayer, John P Hamer, Harold A; Applications of power spectral analysis methods to maneuver loads obtained on jet fighter airplanes during service operations; naca-rm-l56j15; January 15, 1957

  329. Guy, Lawrence D; Hinge-moment and effectiveness characteristics of an aspect-ratio-8.2 flap-type control on a 60 degree delta wing at Mach numbers from 0.72 to 1.96; naca-rm-l56j17; January 07, 1957

  330. Howell, Robert R Braslow, Albert L; Experimental study of the effects of scale on the absolute values of zero-lift drag of aircraft configurations at transonic speeds; naca-rm-l56j29; February 08, 1957

  331. Wood, Charles C; Basic performance characteristics of several subsonic-diffuser-bypass-duct combinations for use with supersonic inlets; naca-rm-l56j31; January 21, 1957

  332. Lee, Dorothy B; Flight performance of a 2.8 KS 8100 Cajun solid-propellant rocket motor; naca-rm-l56k01; January 21, 1957

  333. Henry, Beverly Z , Jr Cahn, Maurice S; Pressure distribution over a series of related afterbody shapes as affected by a propulsive jet at transonic speeds; naca-rm-l56k05; January 22, 1957

  334. Brissenden, Roy F Cheatham, Donald C Champine, Robert A; Tolerable limits of oscillatory accelerations due to rolling motions experienced by one pilot during automatic-interceptor flight tests; naca-rm-l56k20; January 25, 1957

  335. Silhan, Frank V Cubbage, James M , Jr; Drag of conical and circular-arc boattail afterbodies at Mach numbers from 0.6 to 1.3; naca-rm-l56k22; January 22, 1957

  336. Felix, A Richard Savage, Melvyn; Investigation of a high-performance axial-flow compressor transonic inlet rotor designed for 37.5 pounds per second per square foot of frontal area : detailed blade-element performance; naca-rm-l56k23; April 12, 1957

  337. Croom, Delwin R Huffman, Jarrett K; Low-speed pressure-distribution investigation of a thin-delta-wing-fuselage model having double slotted flaps and spoilers; naca-rm-l56l07; February 26, 1957

  338. Merlet, Charles F Rumsey, Charles B; Supersonic free-flight measurement of heat transfer and transition on a 10 degree cone having a low temperature ratio; naca-rm-l56l10; January 31, 1957

  339. Lindsey, Walter F Pitts, Robert G; Two-dimensional transonic investigation of flows and forces on a 9-percent-thick airfoil with 30-percent-chord flap; naca-rm-l56l11; February 19, 1957

  340. Henning, Allen B Wineman, Andrew R Rainey, Robert W; Some data on body and jet reaction controls; naca-rm-l56l17; March 04, 1957

  341. Hoffman, Sherwood; Zero-lift drag of a large fuselage cavity and a partially submerged store on a 52.5 degree sweptback-wing-body configuration as determined from free-flight tests at Mach numbers of 0.7 to 1.53; naca-rm-l56l21; February 26, 1957

  342. Schult, Eugene D; Some characteristics of roll controls having possible application to fin-stabilized ammunition; naca-rm-l57a04; March 27, 1957

  343. Gracey, William; Measurement of static pressure on aircraft; naca-rm-l57a09; April 1957

  344. Gillespie, Warren JR; Supersonic aerodynamic characteristics of a low-drag aircraft configuration having an arrow wing of aspect ratio 1.86 and a body of fineness ratio 20; naca-rm-l57a25; March 19, 1957

  345. Letko, William; Experimental determination at subsonic speeds of the oscillatory and static lateral stability derivatives of a series of delta wings with leading-edge sweep from 30 to 86.5 degrees; naca-rm-l57a30; April 12, 1957

  346. Lundstrom, Reginald R; Stability of two rocket-propelled models having aspect-ratio-5 unswept tails on a long body for the Mach number range of 1.7 to 2.4; naca-rm-l57a31a; March 27, 1957

  347. Lord, Douglas R Czarnecki, K R; Hinge-moment characteristics for a series of controls and balancing devices on a 60 degree delta wing at Mach numbers of 1.61 and 2.01; naca-rm-l57b01; April 12, 1957

  348. Alford, William J King, Thomas J , Jr; Experimental static aerodynamic forces and moments at high subsonic speeds on a missile model during simulated launching from unswept-, sweptback and modified-delta-wing-fuselage combinations at zero sideslip; naca-rm-l57b04; March 19, 1957

  349. Dennard, John S; A transonic investigation of the mass-flow and pressure recovery characteristics of several types of auxiliary air inlets; naca-rm-l57b07; April 10, 1957

  350. Chauvin, Leo T Buglia, James J; Measurement of aerodynamic heat transfer to a deflected trailing-edge flap on a delta fin in free flight at Mach numbers from 1.5 to 2.6; naca-rm-l57b20; April 10, 1957

  351. Cubbage, James M , Jr; Jet effects on the drag of conical afterbodies for Mach numbers of 0.6 to 1.28; naca-rm-l57b21; April 12, 1957

  352. Blanchard, Willard S , Jr Hoffman, Sherwood; A flight investigation to determine the effectiveness of Mach number 1.0, 1.2, and 1.41 fuselage indentations for reducing the pressure drag of a 45 degree sweptback wing configuration at transonic and low supersonic speeds; naca-rm-l57b27; May 16, 1957

  353. Bland, William M , Jr Bressette, Walter E; Some effects of heat transfer at Mach number 2.0 at stagnation temperatures between 2,310 and 3,500 R on a magnesium fin with several leading-edge modifications; naca-rm-l57c14; April 18, 1957

  354. Carter, Howard S Bressette, Walter E; Heat-transfer and pressure distribution on six blunt noses at a Mach number of 2; naca-rm-l57c18; April 18, 1957

  355. Schult, Eugene D; Free-flight performance of a rotating-vane-spoiler roll control system with low actuating forces; naca-rm-l57c21; May 10, 1957

  356. Buglia, James J; Heat transfer and boundary-layer transition on a highly polished hemisphere-cone in free flight at Mach numbers up to 3.14 and Reynolds numbers up to 24 x 10(exp 6); naca-rm-l57d05; April 18, 1957

  357. Swihart, John M Foss, Willard E , Jr; Transonic loads characteristics of a 3-percent-thick 60 degree delta-wing-body combination; naca-rm-l57d12; May 28, 1957

  358. Penland, Jim A Carroll, C Maria; Static longitudinal and lateral stability parameters of three flared-skirt two-stage missile configurations at a Mach number of 6.86; naca-rm-l57d15; June 05, 1957

  359. Hall, James R Speegle, Katherine C Piland, Robert O; Preliminary results from a free-flight investigation of boundary-layer transition and heat transfer on a highly polished 8-inch-diameter hemisphere-cylinder at Mach numbers up to 3 and Reynolds numbers based on a length of 1 foot up to 17.7 x 10(exp; naca-rm-l57d18c; May 16, 1957

  360. Robinson, Ross B; Aerodynamic characteristics of missile configurations with wings of low aspect ratio for various combinations of forebodies, afterbodies, and nose shapes for combined angles of attack and sideslip at a Mach number of 2.01; naca-rm-l57d19; June 25, 1957

  361. Bressette, Walter E Leiss, Abraham; Effects on adjacent surfaces from the firing of rocket jets; naca-rm-l57d19a; June 12, 1957

  362. Feller, William V; Heat transfer to bodies at angles of attack; naca-rm-l57d19c; June 19, 1957

  363. Faget, Maxime A; The sine-cosine method for reducing the interference pressure drag of sweptback wings; naca-rm-l57d24; July 02, 1957

  364. Grant, Frederick C Mugler, John P , Jr; Span loadings due to wing twist at transonic and supersonic speeds; naca-rm-l57d24a; July 12, 1957

  365. Swihart, John M Crabill, Norman L; Steady loads due to jet interference on wings, tails, and fuselages at transonic speeds; naca-rm-l57d24b; May 22, 1957

  366. Henning, Allen B; Effects of wing inboard plan-form modifications on lift, drag, and longitudinal stability at Mach numbers from 1.0 to 2.3 of a rocket-propelled free-flight model with a 52.5 degree sweptback wing of aspect ratio 3; naca-rm-l57d29; June 19, 1957

  367. Fischetti, Thomas L; Investigation at Mach numbers from 0.80 to 1.43 of pressure and load distributions over a thin 45 degree sweptback highly tapered wing in combination with basic and indented bodies; naca-rm-l57d29a; June 28, 1957

  368. Smith, Fred M; Experimental and theoretical aerodynamic characteristics of two low-aspect-ratio delta wings at angles of attack to 50 degrees at a Mach number of 4.07; naca-rm-l57e02; July 10, 1957

  369. Hall, James R Speegle, Katherine C; Limited heat-transfer, drag, and stability results from an investigation at Mach numbers up to 9 of a large rocket-propelled 10 degree cone; naca-rm-l57e08; July 22, 1957

  370. Leiss, Abraham; Design and evaluation of a turbojet-exhaust simulator with a solid-propellant rocket motor for free-flight research; naca-rm-l57e10a; July 05, 1957

  371. Gapcynski, John P Carlson, Harry W; The aerodynamic characteristics of a body in the two-dimensional flow field of a circular-arc wing at a Mach number of 2.01; naca-rm-l57e14; July 02, 1957

  372. Garland, Benjamine J Swanson, Andrew G Speegle, Katherine C; Aerodynamic heating and boundary-layer transition on a 1/10-power nose shape in free flight at Mach numbers up to 6.7 and free-stream Reynolds numbers up tp 16 x 10(exp 6); naca-rm-l57e14a; June 17, 1957

  373. Trescot, Charles D , Jr; Investigation at transonic speeds of the effects of inlet-lip sweep on the internal-flow characteristics of a semielliptical air inlet with an inlet-lip stagger of 30 degrees; naca-rm-l57e16; July 23, 1957

  374. Hopko, Russell N Trout, Otto F , Jr; Exploratory tests of the behavior of several materials in a supersonic air jet at 4,000 F; naca-rm-l57e24; July 29, 1957

  375. Martz, C William; Rocket-model investigation of hinge-moments on a trailing-edge control on a 52.5 degree swept wing between Mach numbers of 0.70 and 1.80; naca-rm-l57f04; August 12, 1957

  376. Ladson, Charles L; Two-dimensional airfoil characteristics of four NACA 6A-series airfoils at transonic Mach numbers up to 1.25; naca-rm-l57f05; August 06, 1957

  377. Strass, H Kurt Stephens, Emily W; Aerodynamic heating of a thin, unswept, untapered, multiweb, aluminum-alloy wing at Mach numbers up to 2.67 as determined from a free-flight investigation of a rocket-propelled model; naca-rm-l57f06; August 06, 1957

  378. Kehlet, Alan B; Free-flight investigation of comparative zero-lift rolling effectiveness of a leading edge and a trailing edge air-jet spoiler on an unswept wing; naca-rm-l57f10; August 1957

  379. Rashis, Bernard; Exploratory investigation of transpiration cooling of a 40 degree double wedge using nitrogen and helium as coolants at stagnation temperatures of 1,295 to 2,910 F; naca-rm-l57f11; September 1957

  380. Modisette, Jerry L; Preliminary investigation of lithium hydride as a high-temperature internal coolant; naca-rm-l57f12a; October 03, 1957

  381. Love, Eugene S; The use of cones as stabilizing and control surfaces at hypersonic speeds; naca-rm-l57f14; August 12, 1957

  382. Polhamus, Edward C; Effect of nose shape on subsonic aerodynamic characteristics of a body of revolution having a fineness ratio of 10.94; naca-rm-l57f25; August 12, 1957

  383. Bland, William M , Jr Rumsey, Charles B Lee, Dorothy B Kolenkiewicz, Ronald; Free-flight aerodynamic-heating data to a Mach number of 15.5 on a blunted conical nose with a total angle of 29 degrees; naca-rm-l57f28; August 1957

  384. Jones, George W , Jr; Transonic flutter investigation of a 64 degree delta wing constructed with spars along constant-percent chord lines and streamwise ribs; naca-rm-l57g01; August 12, 1957

  385. Dickens, Waldo L Hastings, Earl C , Jr; Comparison of low-lift drag at Mach numbers from 0.74 to 1.37 of rocket-boosted models having externally braced wings and cantilever wings; naca-rm-l57g10; September 25, 1957

  386. Moore, John A; Experimental determination of damping in pitch of swept and delta wings at supersonic Mach numbers; naca-rm-l57g10a; September 19, 1957

  387. Gillespie, Warren, Jr; Effects of wing warp on the lift, drag, and static longitudinal stability characteristics of an aircraft configuration having an arrow wing of aspect ratio 1.86 at Mach numbers from 1.1 to 1.7; naca-rm-l57g12; August 30, 1957

  388. Thibodaux, Joseph G , Jr Swain, Robert L Wright, George; Analytical and experimental studies of spherical solid-propellant rocket motors; naca-rm-l57g12a; August 16, 1957

  389. Blanchard, Willard S; Effect of conical and flat sting-mounted windshields on the zero-lift drag of a flare-stabilized bluff body at Mach numbers from 0.6 to 1.15; naca-rm-l57g18; September 12, 1957

  390. Mugler, John P JR; Pressure measurements at transonic and low supersonic speeds on a thin conical cambered low-aspect-ratio delta wing in combination with basic and indented bodies; naca-rm-l57g19; September 25, 1957

  391. Hoffman, Sherwood; Free-flight investigation of the drag of a model of a 60 degree delta-wing bomber with strut-mounted siamese nacelles and indented fuselage at Mach numbers from 0.80 to 1.35; naca-rm-l57g29; September 25, 1957

  392. Rashis, Bernard Bond, Aleck C; Free-flight skin-temperature and surface-pressure measurements on a highly polished nose having a 100 degree total-angle cone and a 10 degree half-angle conical flare section up to a Mach number of 4.08; naca-rm-l57g30; August 23, 1957

  393. Runckel, Jack F Swihart, John M; A hydrogen peroxide turbojet-engine simulator for wing-tunnel powered-model investigations; naca-rm-l57h15; November 04, 1957

  394. Miltonberger, Georgene H Davidson, John R Griffith, George E; 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-inch-thick skin at angles of attack of 0 degree and plus or minus 2 degrees; naca-rm-l57h19; October 28, 1957

  395. Lord, Douglas R; Tabulated pressure data for a series of controls on a 40 degree sweptback wing at Mach numbers of 1.61 and 2.01; naca-rm-l57h30; November 08, 1957

  396. Rashis, Bernard; Preliminary indications of the cooling achieved by ejecting water upstream from the stagnation point of hemispherical, 80 degree conical, and flat-faced nose shapes at a stagnation temperature of 4,000 F; naca-rm-l57i03; October 23, 1957

  397. Runckel, Jack F Hieser, Gerald; Normal-force and hinge-moment characteristics at transonic speeds of flap-type ailerons at three spanwise locations on a 4-percent-thick sweptback-wing-body model and pressure distribution measurements on an inboard aileron; naca-rm-l57i23; December 05, 1957

  398. West, F E , Jr Whitcomb, Charles F Schmeer, James W; Aerodynamic load distribution over a 45 degree swept wing having a spoiler-slot-deflector aileron and other spoiler ailerons for Mach numbers from 0.60 to 1.03; naca-rm-l57j11; December 05, 1957

  399. ; The principles of turbulent heat transfer; naca-tm-1408; 1957

  400. ; Reflection and refraction of acoustic waves by a shock wave; naca-tm-1409; 1957

  401. ; Study of the micro-nonuniformity of the plastic deformation of steel; naca-tm-1411; 1957

  402. ; Aerodynamic forces on a vibrating unstaggered cascade; naca-tm-1412; 1957

  403. ; On the spectrum of natural oscillations of two-dimensional laminar flows; naca-tm-1417; 1957

  404. Lagerstrom, P.A., Licher, R.M., Beane, B.J.; A theoretical investigation of the drag of generalized aircraft configurations in supersonic flow; naca-tm-1421; 1957

  405. ; Turbulence in the wake of a thin airfoil at low speeds; naca-tm-1427; 1957

  406. Eaton, Ian D.; Effect of fatigue crack on static strength; naca-tm-1428; 1957

  407. ; Wall interference in a perforated wind tunnel; naca-tm-1429; 1957

  408. Eggers, Alfred J., Jr., Allen, Julian H., Neice, Stanford E.; A comparative analysis of the performance of long-range hypervelocity vehicles; naca-tn-4046; 1957

  409. Hastings, Earl C. Jr., Dickens, Waldo L.; Effects of inlet modification and rocket-rack extension on the longitudinal trim and low-lift drag of the Douglas F5D-1 airplane as abtained with a 0.125-scale rocket-boosted model between mach numbers of 0.81 and 1.64; naca-rm-sl57d30; 1957

  410. Phillips, William H., Kuehnel, Helmut A., Whitten, James B.; Flight investigation of the effectiveness of an automatic aileron trim control device for personal airplanes; naca-report-1304; 1957

  411. Lowry, John G., Polhamus, Edward C.; A method for predicting lift increments due to flap deflection at low angles of attack in incompressible flow; naca-tn-3911; 1957

  412. Berkey, William E., Rebeske, John J., Jr., Forrette, Robert E.; Performance evaluation of reduced-chord rotor blading as applied to J73 two-stage turbine :over-all performance with standard rotor blading at inlet conditions of 35 inches of mercury absolute and 700 R; naca-rm-e52g31; 1957

  413. Sutton, Fred B., Lautenberger, J. Walter, Jr.; The effect of body contouring on the longitudinal characteristics at Mach numbers up to 0.92 of a wing-fuselage-tail and several wing-fuselage combinations having sweptback wings of relatively high aspect ratio; naca-rm-a56j08; 1957

  414. Schmidt, Stanley F., Bergrun, Norman R., Merrick, Robert B., Matthews, Howard F.; A simplified method for assessing the effect of steady rolling on angle of attack and sideslip; naca-rm-a56k07; 1957

  415. Triplett, William C., McLean, John D., White, John S.; The influence of imperfect radar space stabilization on the final attack phase of an automatic interceptor system; naca-rm-a56k19; 1957

  416. Kaufman, Warner B., Gibbs, James B., Branstetter, J. Robert; Preliminary investigation of combustion of diborane in a turbojet combustor; naca-rm-e52l15; 1957

  417. Quigley, Hervey C., Hom, Francis W. K., Innis, Robert C.; A flight investigation of area-suction and blowing boundary-layer control on the trailing-edge flaps of a 35 degree swept-wing-carrier-type airplane; naca-rm-a57b14; 1957

  418. Triplett, William C., Hom, Francis W. K.; Flight tests of an automatic interceptor system with a tracking radar modified to minimize the interaction between antenna and interceptor motions; naca-rm-a57d09; 1957

  419. Hickey, David H.; Preliminary investigation of the characteristics of a two dimensional wing and propeller with the propeller plane of rotation in the wing-chord plane; naca-rm-a57f03; 1957

  420. Knechtel, Earl D., Lee, George.; Effects of wing-tip droop on the longitudinal characteristics of two highly swept wing-body combinations at Mach numbers from 0.6 to 1.4; naca-rm-a57f06b; 1957

  421. Stivers, Louis S., Jr., Lippmann, Garth W.; Effects of vertical location of wing and horizontal tail on the aerodynamic characteristics in pitch at Mach numbers from 0.60 to 1.40 of an airplane configuration with an unswept wing; naca-rm-a57i10; 1957

  422. Wong, Norman D.; An investigation of the control effectiveness of tip ailerons and spoilers on a low-aspect-ratio trapezoidal-wing airplane model at Mach numbers from 1.55 to 2.35; naca-rm-a57i26a; 1957

  423. Garland, Benjamine J., Chauvin, Leo T.; Measurements of Heat Transfer and Boundary-Layer Transition on an 8-inch-Diameter Hemisphere-Cylinder in Free Flight for a Mach Number Range of 2.00 to 3.88.; naca-rm-l57d04a; April 1957

  424. Donald D. Arabian (Langley Aeronautical Laboratory, Langley Field, Va.); Investigation at Transonic Speeds of Loading Over a 30o Sweptback Wing of Aspect Ratio 3, Taper Ratio 0.2, and NACA 65A004 Airfoil Mounted on a Body; naca-rm-l57g09a; 1957

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