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    476 records

  1. J. Lyell Sanders, Jr., Harvey G. Mccomb, Jr., Floyd R. Schlechte; A variational theorem for creep with applications to plates and columns; naca-report-1342; 1958

  2. Elbridge Z. Stowell; A phenomenological relation between stress, strain rate, and temperature for metals at elevated temperatures; naca-report-1343; 1958

  3. Leonard Sternfield; A simplified method for approximating the transient motion in angles of attack and sideslip during a constant rolling maneuver; naca-report-1344; 1958

  4. Franklin W. Diederich; The response of an airplane to random atmospheric disturbances; naca-report-1345; 1958

  5. John C Houbolt, George W Brooks; Differential equations of motion for combined flapwise bending, chordwise bending, and torsion of twisted nonuniform rotor blades; naca-report-1346; 1958

  6. Lloyd J Fisher, Edward L Hoffman; Ditching investigations of dynamic models and effects of design parameters on ditching characteristics; naca-report-1347; 1958

  7. B Porter Brown; Ground simulator studies of the effects of valve friction, stick friction, flexibility, and backwash on power control system quality; naca-report-1348; 1958

  8. Albert E. Von Doenhoff, Elmer A Horton; A low-speed experimental investigation of the effect of a sandpaper type of roughness on boundary-layer transition; naca-report-1349; 1958

  9. F. B. Gustafson, Robert J. Tapscott; Methods for obtaining desired helicopter stability characteristics and procedures for stability predictions; naca-report-1350; 1958

  10. Robert P. Coleman, Arnold M. Feingold; Theory of self-excited mechanical oscillations of helicopter rotors with hinged blades; naca-report-1351; 1958

  11. Edmund R. Jonash, Jerrold D. Wear, William P. Cook; Effect of fuel variables on carbon formation in turbojet-engine combustors; naca-report-1352; 1958

  12. Maurice S. Cahn; An experimental investigation of sting-support effects on drag and a comparison with jet effects at transonic speeds; naca-report-1353; 1958

  13. Jack B. Esgar, Eugene F. Schum, Arthur N. Curren; Effect of chord size on weight and cooling characteristics of air-cooled turbine blades; naca-report-1354; 1958

  14. Charles L. Shuford, Jr.; A theoretical and experimental study of planing surfaces including effects of cross section and plan form; naca-report-1355; 1958

  15. Dean R. Chapman, Donald M. Kuehn, Howard K. Larson; Investigation of separated flows in supersonic and subsonic streams with emphasis on the effect of transition; naca-report-1356; 1958

  16. Lewis R Fisher; Experimental determination of effects of frequency and amplitude on the lateral stability derivatives for a delta, a swept, and unswept wing oscillating in yaw; naca-report-1357; 1958

  17. Vernon J. Rossow; On flow of electrically conducting fluids over a flat plate in the presence of a transverse magnetic field; naca-report-1358; 1958

  18. John R. Spreiter, Alberta Y. Alksne; Thin airfoil theory based on approximate solution of the transonic flow equation; naca-report-1359; 1958

  19. Perry L. Blackshear, Jr.; Growth of disturbances in a flame-generated shear region; naca-report-1360; 1958

  20. 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-report-1361; 1958

  21. Leonard K. Tower, Roland Breitwieser, Benson E. Gammon; Theoretical combustion performance of several high-energy fuels for ramjet engines; naca-report-1362; 1958

  22. I. Irvin Pinkel, Solomon Weiss, G. Merritt Preston, Gerard J. Pesman; Origin and prevention of crash fires in turbojet aircraft; naca-report-1363; 1958

  23. William Gracey; Measurement of static pressure on aircraft; naca-report-1364; 1958

  24. C. C. Shufflebarger, Chester B. Payne, George L. Cohen; A correlation of results of flight investigation with results of an analytical study of effects of wing flexibility on wing strains due to gusts; naca-report-1365; 1958

  25. Charles E. May; The mechanism of thermal-gradient mass transfer in the sodium hydroxide-nickel system; naca-report-1366; 1958

  26. 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-report-1367; 1958

  27. James C. Emery, L. Joseph Herrig, John R. Erwin, A. Richard Felix; Systematic two-dimensional cascade tests of NACA 65-series compressor blades at low speeds; naca-report-1368; 1958

  28. Mark W. Kelly, Seth B. Anderson, Robert C. Innis; Blowing-type boundary-layer control as applied to the trailing-edge flaps of a 35 degree swept-wing airplane; naca-report-1369; 1958

  29. Woodrow L. Cook, Seth B. Anderson, George E. Cooper; Area-suction boundary-layer control as applied to the trailing-edge flaps of a 35 degree swept-wing airplane; naca-report-1370; 1958

  30. Leland H. Jorgensen, Edward W. Perkins; Investigation of some wake vortex characteristics of an inclined ogive-cylinder body at Mach number 2; naca-report-1371; 1958

  31. 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-report-1372; 1958

  32. Charles C. Graves, Jack S. Grobman; Theoretical analysis of total-pressure loss and airflow distribution for tubular turbojet combustors with constant annulus and liner cross-sectional areas; naca-report-1373; 1958

  33. Milton D. Van Dyke; The similarity rules for second-order subsonic and supersonic flow; naca-report-1374; 1958

  34. Albert J. Evans, George Liner; A wind-tunnel investigation of the aerodynamic characteristics of a full-scale supersonic-type three-blade propeller at Mach numbers to 0.96; naca-report-1375; 1958

  35. Leland H. Jorgensen; Elliptic cones alone and with wings at supersonic speed; naca-report-1376; 1958

  36. Max C. Kurbjun, Arthur W. Vogeley; Measurements of free-space oscillating pressures near propellers at flight Mach numbers to 0.72; naca-report-1377; 1958

  37. A. J. Eggers, Jr.; A method for simulating the atmospheric entry of long-range ballistic missiles; naca-report-1378; 1958

  38. Eli Reshotko, Iavn E. Beckwith; Compressible laminar boundary layer over a yawed infinite cylinder with heat transfer and arbitrary Prandtl number; naca-report-1379; 1958

  39. William B. Boatright; An analysis of pressure studies and experimental and theoretical downwash and sidewash behind five pointed-tip wings at supersonic speeds; naca-report-1380; 1958

  40. H. Julian Allen, A. J. Eggers, Jr.; A study of the motion and aerodynamic heating of ballistic missiles entering the earth's atmosphere at high supersonic speeds; naca-report-1381; 1958

  41. Alfred J. Eggers, Jr., H. Julian Allen, Stanford E. Neice; A comparative analysis of the performance of long-range hypervelocity vehicles; naca-report-1382; 1958

  42. Isadore L. Drell, Frank E. Belles; Survey of hydrogen combustion properties; naca-report-1383; 1958

  43. Lewis Laboratory Staff; A summary of preliminary investigations into the characteristics of combustion screech in ducted burners; naca-report-1384; 1958

  44. Max A. Heaslet, Franklyn B. Fuller; Drag minimization for wings and bodies in supersonic flow; naca-report-1385; 1958

  45. Edward W. Perkins, Leland H. Jorgensen, Simon C. Sommer; Investigation of the drag of various axially symmetric nose shapes of fineness ratio 3 for Mach numbers from 1.24 to 7.4; naca-report-1386; 1958

  46. Willard D. Coles, Edmund E. Callaghan; Full-scale investigation of several jet-engine noise-reduction nozzles; naca-report-1387; 1958

  47. M. L. Pinns, W. T. Olson, H. C. Barnett, R. Breitwieser; NACA research on slurry fuels; naca-report-1388; 1958

  48. Ray H. Wright, Virgil S. Wright, Virgil S. Ritchie, Albin O. Pearson; Characteristics of the Langley 8-foot transonic tunnel with slotted test section; naca-report-1389; 1958

  49. C. H. Wilts; Incompressible flutter characteristics of representative aircraft wings; naca-report-1390; 1958

  50. I. Flugge-Lotz, C. F. Taylor, H. E. Lindberg; Investigation of a nonlinear control system; naca-report-1391; 1958

  51. R. F. Decker, John P. Rowe, J. W. Freeman; Boron and zirconium from crucible refractories in a complex heat-resistant alloy; naca-report-1392; 1993

  52. Ralph T. Dittrich; Discharge coefficients for combustor-liner air-entry holes II : flush rectangular holes, step louvers, and scoops; naca-tn-3924; Apr 1958

  53. Howard F. Calvert, Gordon T. Smith; Vibration survey of four representative types of air-cooled turbine blades; naca-tn-4100; Jul 1958

  54. Mitchel H. Bertram; Boundary-layer displacement effects in air at Mach numbers 6.8 and 9.6; naca-tn-4133; Feb 1958

  55. Kriebel, Anthony R (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Seidel, Barry S (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Schwind, Richard G; Stall propagation in a cascade of airfoils; naca-tn-4134; Jul 1958

  56. E. G. Bodine, R. L. Carlson, G. K. Manning; Creep deformation patterns of joints under bearing and tensile loads; naca-tn-4138; Dec 1957

  57. Willmarth, William W (California Institute of Technology); Wall pressure fluctuations in a turbulent boundary layer; naca-tn-4139; Mar 1958

  58. Ashkenas, Harry (Cornell University); Turbulent shearing stress in the boundary layer of yawed flat plates; naca-tn-4140; Apr 1958

  59. Jackson R. Stalder; The useful heat capacity of several materials for ballistic nose-cone construction; naca-tn-4141; Nov 1957

  60. Creager, Marcus O; Effects of leading-edge blunting on the local heat transfer and pressure distributions over flat plates in supersonic flow; naca-tn-4142; Dec 1957

  61. A. C. Charters, B. Pat Denardo, Vernon J. Rossow; Development of a piston-compressor type light-gas gun for the launching of free-flight models at high velocity; naca-tn-4143; Nov 1957

  62. Steve P. Heims; Effect of oxygen recombination on one-dimensional flow at high Mach numbers; naca-tn-4144; Jan 1958

  63. Marvin Shinbrot, Grace C. Carpenter; An analysis of the optimization of a beam rider missile system; naca-tn-4145; Mar 1958

  64. J. Richard Spahr; Contribution of the wing panels to the forces and moments of supersonic wing-body combinations at combined angles; naca-tn-4146; Jan 1958

  65. Henry A. Cole, Jr., Euclid C. Holleman; Measured and predicted dynamic response characteristics of a flexible airplane to elevator control over a frequency range including three structural modes; naca-tn-4147; Feb 1958

  66. John R. Spreiter, Alberta Y. Alksne, B. Jeanne Hyett; Theoretical pressure distribution for several related nonlifting airfoils at high subsonic speeds; naca-tn-4148; Jan 1958

  67. Morris W. Rubesin, Constantine C. Pappas; An analysis of the turbulent boundary-layer characteristics on a flat plate with distributed light-gas injection; naca-tn-4149; Feb 1958

  68. C. Frederick Hansen; Approximations for the thermodynamic and transport properties of high-temperature air; naca-tn-4150; Mar 1958

  69. Vernon H. Gray; Correlations among ice measurements, impingement rates icing conditions, and drag coefficients for unswept NACA 65A004 airfoil; naca-tn-4151; Feb 1958

  70. Eli Reshotko; Laminar boundary layer with heat transfer on a cone at angle of attack in a supersonic stream; naca-tn-4152; Dec 1957

  71. Andrew Beke; Effect of wall cooling on inlet parameters of a scoop operating in a turbulent boundary layer on a flat or conical surface for Mach numbers 2 to 10; naca-tn-4153; Mar 1958

  72. Eli Reshotko, Maurice Tucker; Approximate calculation of the compressible turbulent boundary layer with heat transfer and arbitrary pressure gradient; naca-tn-4154; Dec 1957

  73. Vernon H. Gray, Uwe H. Von Glahn; Aerodynamic effects caused by icing of an unswept NACA 65A004 airfoil; naca-tn-4155; Feb 1958

  74. Sheldon Heimel; Effect of initial mixture-temperature on burning velocity of hydrogen-air mixtures with preheating and simulated preburning; naca-tn-4156; Oct 1957

  75. H. B. Probst, C. E. May, Howard T. Mchenry; Corrosion resistance of nickel alloys in molten sodium hydroxide; naca-tn-4157; Jan 1958

  76. G. Merritt Preston, Gerard J. Pesman; Accelerations in transport-airplane crashes; naca-tn-4158; Feb 1958

  77. Donald B. Kirsch, Leon M. Wenzel, Clint E. Hart; Experimental investigation of turbojet-engine multiple-loop controls for non-afterburning and afterburning modes of engine operation; naca-tn-4159; Jan 1958

  78. Francis J. Clauss, James W. Freeman; Thermal fatigue of ductile materials I: effect of variations in the temperature cycle on the thermal-fatigue of S-816 and Inconel 550; naca-tn-4160; Sep 1958

  79. Thomas L. Carter; Effect of lubricant base stock on rolling-contact fatigue life; naca-tn-4161; Feb 1958

  80. Donald R. Boldman, Perry L. Blackshear, Jr.; Study of some burner cross-section changes that increase space-heating rates; naca-tn-4162; Nov 1957

  81. Thomas L. Carter; Effect of temperature on rolling-contact fatigue life with liquid and dry powder lubricants; naca-tn-4163; Jan 1958

  82. Edward R. Gotsky, James P. Cusick, Donald Bogart; Two-dimensional diffusion theory analysis of reactivity effects of a fuel-plate-removal experiment; naca-tn-4164; Jan 1958

  83. Francis J. Clauss, James W. Freeman; Thermal fatigue of ductile materials II : effect of cyclic thermal stressing on the stress-rupture life and ductility of S-816 and Inconel 550.; naca-tn-4165; Sep 1958

  84. John L. Sewall; An experimental and theoretical study of the effect of fuel on pitching-translation flutter; naca-tn-4166; Dec 1957

  85. Eugene S. Love, Ronald H. Long; A rapid method for predicting attached-shock shape; naca-tn-4167; Oct 1957

  86. Kenneth L. Wadlin, Kenneth W. Christopher; A method for calculation of hydrodynamic lift for submerged and planing rectangular lifting surfaces; naca-tn-4168; Jan 1958

  87. H. B. Tolefson; Atmospheric temperature observations to 100,000 feet for several climatological regions of the Northern Hemisphere; naca-tn-4169; Nov 1957

  88. Roy F. Brissenden; Some ground measurements of the forces applied by pilots to a side-located aircraft controller; naca-tn-4171; Nov 1957

  89. Max C. Kurbjun; Noise survey under static conditions of a turbine-driven full-scale modified supersonic propeller with an advance ratio of 3.2; naca-tn-4172; Jan 1958

  90. Norman L. Crabill; An analytical investigation of the gust-alleviating properties of a simple pitch damper; naca-tn-4173; Dec 1957

  91. James W. Wiggins, Paul G. Fournier; Wind-tunnel investigation of the static lateral stability characteristics of wind-fuselage combinations at high subsonic speeds : taper-ratio series; naca-tn-4174; Oct 1957

  92. Delwin R. Croom, Jarrett K. Huffman; Investigation of deflectors as gust alleviators on a 0.09-scale model of the Bell X-5 airplane with various wing sweep angles from 20 degrees to 60 degrees at Mach numbers from 0.40 to 0.90; naca-tn-4175; Nov 1957

  93. Joseph L. Johnson, Jr.; Wind-tunnel investigation of the static longitudinal stability and trim characteristics of a sweptback-wing jet-transport model equipped with an external-flow jet augmented flap; naca-tn-4177; Jan 1958

  94. James C. Emery; Low-speed cascade investigation of compressor blades having loaded leading edges; naca-tn-4178; Jan 1958

  95. James T. Matthews, Jr.; Analytical investigation of acceleration restriction in a fighter airplane with an automatic control system; naca-tn-4179; Jan 1958

  96. James N. Mueller; Investigation of spoilers at a Mach number of 1.93 to determine the effects of height and chordwise location on the section aerodynamic characteristics of a two-dimensional wing; naca-tn-4180; Feb 1958

  97. Kenneth P. Spreemann; Investigation of the effects of propeller diameter on the ability of a flapped wing, with and without boundary-layer control, to deflect a propeller slipstream downward for vertical take-off; naca-tn-4181; Dec 1957

  98. Roland D. English, Abraham Spinak, Eldred H. Helton; Physical characteristics and test conditions of an ethylene-heated high-temperature jet; naca-tn-4182; Jan 1958

  99. John R. Sevier, Jr., K. R. Czarnecki; Investigation of effects of distributed surface roughness on a turbulent boundary layer over a body of revolution at a mach number of 2.01; naca-tn-4183; Feb 1958

  100. William Gracey; Measurement of static pressure on aircraft; naca-tn-4184; Nov 1957

  101. James W. Wiggins; Wind-tunnel investigation of effect of sweep on rolling derivatives at angles of attack up to 13 degrees and at high subsonic Mach numbers, including a semiempirical method of estimating the rolling derivatives; naca-tn-4185; Jan 1958

  102. D. W. Dunn, W. H. Reid; Heat transfer in isotropic turbulence during the final period of decay; naca-tn-4186; Jun 1958

  103. Daniel Savitsky, R. E. Prowse, D. H. Lueders; High-speed hydrodynamic characteristics of a flat plate and 20 degrees dead-rise surface in unsymmetrical planing conditions; naca-tn-4187; Jun 1958

  104. Aldie E. Johnson; Charts relating the compressive and shear buckling stresses of longitudinally supported plates to the effective deflectional stiffness; naca-tn-4188; Feb 1958

  105. H. J. Cunningham; Lift and moment on thin arrowhead wings with supersonic edges oscillating in symmetric flapping and roll and application to the flutter of an all-movable control surface; naca-tn-4189; Jan 1958

  106. William A. Newsom, Jr.; Experimental investigation of the lateral trim of a wing-propeller combination at angles of attack up to 90 degrees with all propellers turning in the same direction; naca-tn-4190; Jan 1958

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

  108. Seaberg, Ernest C; Three-degree-of freedom evaluation of the longitudinal transfer functions of a supersonic canard missile configuration including changes in forward speed; naca-tn-4192; Dec 1957

  109. Robert W. Miller; Comparison of hydrodynamic-impact acceleration and response for systems with single and with multiple elastic modes; naca-tn-4194; Feb 1958

  110. Eugene S. Love, Louise P. Lee; Shape of initial portion of boundary of supersonic axisymmetric free jets at large jet pressure ratios; naca-tn-4195; Jan 1958

  111. John M. Eggleston, William H. Phillips; A method for the calculation of the lateral response of airplanes to random turbulence; naca-tn-4196; Feb 1958

  112. Dennis J. Martin; Summary of flutter experiences as a guide to the preliminary design of lifting surfaces on missiles; naca-tn-4197; Feb 1958

  113. Richard H. Rhyne; Effects of airplane flexibility on wing strains in rough air at 35,000 feet as determined by a flight investigation of a large swept-wing airplane; naca-tn-4198; Jan 1958

  114. Helmut A. Kuehnel, Arnold R. Beckhardt, Robert A. Champine; A flight investigation of the effects of varied lateral damping on the effectiveness of a fighter airplane as a gun platform; naca-tn-4199; Jan 1958

  115. Spreemann, Kenneth P; Effectiveness of boundary-layer control, obtained by blowing over a plain rear flap in combination with a forward slotted flap, in deflecting a slipstream downward for vertical take-off; naca-tn-4200; Feb 1958

  116. William E. Stoney, Jr.; Collection of zero-lift drag data on bodies of revolution from free-flight investigations; naca-tn-4201; Jan 1958

  117. Stanley Faber; Qualitative simulator study of longitudinal stick forces and displacements desirable during tracking; naca-tn-4202; Feb 1958

  118. Leroy H. Ludi; Flight investigation of effects of atmospheric turbulence and moderate maneuvers on bending and torsional moments encountered by a helicopter rotor blade; naca-tn-4203; Feb 1958

  119. Walter F. Lindsey, Emma Jean Landrum; Compilation of information on the transonic attachment of flows at the leading edges of airfoils; naca-tn-4204; Feb 1958

  120. Richard A. Pride, John B. Hall, Jr.; Transient heating effects on the bending strength of integral aluminum-alloy box beams; naca-tn-4205; Mar 1958

  121. William R. Wade; Measurements of total hemispherical emissivity of various oxidized metals at high temperature; naca-tn-4206; Mar 1958

  122. J. Lyell Sanders, Jr.; Effect of a stringer on the stress concentration due to a crack in a thin sheet; naca-tn-4207; Mar 1958

  123. Willis H. Braun; Turbulent boundary layer on a yawed cone in a supersonic stream; naca-tn-4208; Jan 1958

  124. Kenneth P. Coffin, Cleveland O'Neal, Jr.; Experimental thermal conductivities of the N2O4 is in equilibrium to 2NO2 system; naca-tn-4209; Feb 1958

  125. A. E. Potter, Jr., E. L. Wong, A. L. Berlad; Stability of propane-air flames in vortex flow; naca-tn-4210; Feb 1958

  126. D. W. Wisander, W. F. Hady, R. L. Johnson; Friction studies of various materials in liquid nitrogen; naca-tn-4211; Feb 1958

  127. NACA Lewis Laboratory Staff; Central automatic data processing system; naca-tn-4212; Apr 1958

  128. Paul F. Brinich; Recovery temperatures and heat transfer near two-dimensional roughness elements at Mach 3.1; naca-tn-4213; Feb 1958

  129. Paul F. Brinich; Boundary-layer transition on an open-nose cone; naca-tn-4214; Feb 1958

  130. R. H. Kemp, C. R. Morse, M. H. Hirschberg; Application of a high-temperature static strain gage to the measurement of thermal stresses in a turbine stator vane; naca-tn-4215; Mar 1958

  131. Vern G. Rollin; Effect of jet temperature on jet-noise generation; naca-tn-4217; Mar 1958

  132. M. H. Hirschberg, A. Mendelson; Analysis of stresses and deflections in a disk subjected to gyroscopic forces; naca-tn-4218; Mar 1958

  133. Marcus F. Heidmann, Richard J. Priem; Propellant vaporization as a criterion for rocket engine design : relation between percentage of propellant vaporized and engine performance; naca-tn-4219; Mar 1958

  134. M. Murdochow, A. Muzyka; Analysis of harmonic forces produced at hub by imbalances in helicopter rotor blades; naca-tn-4226; Apr 1958

  135. Max A. Heaslet, Franklyn B. Fuller; Drag minimization for wings in supersonic flow, with various constraints; naca-tn-4227; Feb 1958

  136. Paul W. Huber; Tables and graphs of normal-shock parameters at hypersonic Mach numbers and selected altitudes; naca-tn-4352; September 1958

  137. Arthur G. Hansen, Howard Z. Herzig; Approximate solutions of a class of similarity equations for three-dimensional, laminar, incompressible boundary-layer flows; naca-tn-4375; Sep 1958

  138. W. F. Weiland, W. H. Lowdermilk, R. G. Deissler; Analytical and experimental investigation of temperature recovery factors for fully developed flow of air in a tube; naca-tn-4376; Sep 1958

  139. Uwe H. Von Glahn; Use of the Coanda effect for jet deflection and vertical lift with multiple-flat-plate and curved-plate deflection surfaces; naca-tn-4377; Sep 1958

  140. Norman Sands, John R. Jack; Preliminary heat-transfer studies on two bodies of revolution at angle of attack at a Mach number of 3.12; naca-tn-4378; Sep 1958

  141. Warner L. Stewart; Torque-speed characteristics for high-specific-work turbines; naca-tn-4379; Sep 1958

  142. William E. Brunk; Approximate method for calculation of laminar boundary layer with heat transfer on a cone at large angle of attack in supersonic flow; naca-tn-4380; Sep 1958

  143. Andrew E. Potter, Jr., Edgar L. Wong; Effect of pressure and duct geometry on bluff-body flame stabilization; naca-tn-4381; Sep 1958

  144. Warren H. Lowdermilk, Chester D. Lanzo, Byron L. Siegel; Investigation of boiling burnout and flow stability for water flowing in tubes; naca-tn-4382; Sep 1958

  145. Lloyd N. Krause, Robert C. Johnson, George E. Glawe; A cooled-gas pyrometer for use in high-temperature gas streams; naca-tn-4383; Sep 1958

  146. Robert G. Deissler, Maynard F. Taylor; Analysis of turbulent flow and heat transfer in noncircular passages; naca-tn-4384; Sep 1958

  147. Savin, Raymond C; Comparison of shock-expansion theory with experiment for the lift, drag, and pitching-moment characteristics of two wing-body combinations at M=5.0; naca-tn-4385; Sep 1958

  148. Richard J. Weber, John S. Mackay; An analysis of ramjet engines using supersonic combustion; naca-tn-4386; Sep 1958

  149. Emanuel Schnitzer; Experimental evaluation of low-band-pass landing-gear shock absorber for pulse loadings; naca-tn-4387; Sep 1958

  150. K. R. Czarnecki, Mary W. Jackson; Effects of nose angle and Mach number on transition on cones at supersonic speeds; naca-tn-4388; Sep 1958

  151. Jerome B. Hammack, Thomas C. O'Bryan; Effect of advance ratio on flight performance of a modified supersonic propeller; naca-tn-4389; Sep 1958

  152. William Letko, Herman S. Fletcher; Effects of frequency and amplitude on the yawing derivatives of triangular, swept, and unswept wings and of a triangular-wing-fuselage combination with and without a triangular tail performing sinusoidal yawing oscillations; naca-tn-4390; SEP 1958

  153. Leonard Roberts; Mass transfer cooling near the stagnation point; naca-tn-4391; SEP 1958

  154. Leonard Roberts; A theoretical study of stagnation-point ablation; naca-tn-4392; SEP 1958

  155. Robert J. Tapscott; Some static longitudinal stability characteristics of an overlapped-type tandem-rotor helicopter at low airspeeds; naca-tn-4393; SEP 1958

  156. Arthur J. Mcevily, Jr., Walter Illg; The rate of fatigue-crack propagation in two aluminum alloys; naca-tn-4394; SEP 1958

  157. Donald S. Woolston, John L. Sewall; Use of the Kernel function in a three-dimensional flutter analysis with application to a flutter-tested delta-wing model; naca-tn-4395; SEP 1958

  158. Elbridge Z. Stowell; A phenomenological theory for the transient creep of metals at elevated temperatures; naca-tn-4396; SEP 1958

  159. Walter D. Wolhart, David F. Thomas; Static longitudinal and lateral stability characteristics at low speed of 60 degree sweptback-midwing models having wings with an aspect ratio of 2, 4, or 6; naca-tn-4397; SEP 1958

  160. Harvey G. Mccomb, Jr.; Analysis of the creep behavior of a square plate loaded in edge compression; naca-tn-4398; SEP 1958

  161. Richard Hord; Relative motion in the terminal phase of interception of a satellite or a ballistic missile; naca-tn-4399; SEP 1958

  162. James M. Mckay, Richard H. Sawyer, Albert W. Hall; Measurements of ground-reaction forces and vertical center-of-gravity accelerations of a bomber airplane taxiing over obstacles; naca-tn-4400; SEP 1958

  163. Philip M. Edge, Jean P. Mason; Hydrodynamic impact loads on 30 degree and 60 degree V-step plan-form models with and without dead rise; naca-tn-4401; SEP 1958

  164. Sherman A. Clevenson, Sumner A. Leadbetter; Measurements of aerodynamic forces and moments at subsonic speeds on a simplified T-tail oscillating in yaw about the fin midchord; naca-tn-4402; SEP 1958

  165. James P. Peterson, Richard G. Updegraff; Tests of ring-stiffened circular cylinders subjected to a transverse shear load; naca-tn-4403; SEP 1958

  166. William C. Hayes, Richard E. Kuhn, Irving R. Sherman; Effects of propeller position and overlap on the slipstream deflection characteristics of a wing-propeller; naca-tn-4404; SEP 1958

  167. Walter L. Kouyoumjian, Sherwood Hoffman; Free-flight investigation to determine the drag of flat- and vee- windshield canopies on a parabolic fuselage with and without transonic indentation between Mach numbers of 0.75 and 1.35; naca-tn-4405; SEP 1958

  168. Eziaslav N. Harrin; Low tire friction and cornering forces on a wet surface; naca-tn-4406; SEP 1958

  169. Kenneth P. Spreemann, Irving R. Sherman; Effects of ground proximity on the thrust of a simple downward-directed jet beneath a flat surface; naca-tn-4407; SEP 1958

  170. Louis A. Girifalco, Hubert H. Grimes; The theory of diffusion in strained systems; naca-tn-4408; SEP 1958

  171. John E. Yeates; Flight measurements of the vibration experienced by a tandem helicopter in transition, vortex-ring state, landing, approach, and yawed flight; naca-tn-4409; SEP 1958

  172. Thomas C. O'Bryan; Flight measurements of the vibratory stresses on a propeller designed for an advance ratio of 4.0 and a Mach number of 0.82; naca-tn-4410; SEP 1958

  173. Frank S. Malvestuto, Jr, Julia M. Goodwin; Effect of angle of attack and thickness on aerodynamic coefficients of a rigid wing oscillating at very low frequencies in two-dimensional supersonic flow; naca-tn-4069; Jan 1958

  174. Carl A. Moore, Jr, Stephen J. Kline; Some effects of vanes and of turbulence in two-dimensional wide-angle subsonic diffusers; naca-tn-4080; Jun 1958

  175. P. P. Bijlaard; Method of split rigidities and its application to various buckling problems; naca-tn-4085; Jul 1958

  176. Charles Saltzer; Discrete potential theory for two-dimensional Laplace and Poisson difference equations; naca-tn-4086; Jan 1958

  177. W. E. Moeckel, Kenneth C. Weston; Composition and thermodynamic properties of air in chemical equilibrium; naca-tn-4265; Apr 1958

  178. Walter B. Horne, Robert F. Smiley; Low-speed yawed-rolling characteristics and other elastic properties of a pair of 40-inch-diameter, 14-ply-rating, type VII aircraft tires; naca-tn-4109; Jan 1958

  179. Robert F. Smiley, Walter B. Horne; Mechanical properties of pneumatic tires with special reference to modern aircraft tires; naca-tn-4110; Jan 1958

  180. William T. House, Milton Orchin; Low-temperature, vapor-phase oxidation of fuel-rich hydrocarbon mixtures; naca-tn-4118; Jan 1958

  181. Kenneth Margolis, Frank S. Malvestuto, Jr, Peter J. Maxie, Jr; Theoretical calculations of subsonic wave drag at zero lift for a particular store arrangement; naca-tn-4120; Jan 1958

  182. Robert T. Taylor; Experimental investigation of the effects of some shroud design variables on the static thrust characteristics of a small-scale shrouded propeller submerged in a wing; naca-tn-4126; Jan 1958

  183. Stanley Corrsin; Local isotropy in turbulent shear flow; naca-rm-58b11; May 1958

  184. Stephen C. Traugott; Influence of solid-body rotation on screen-produced turbulence; naca-tn-4135; Aug 1958

  185. Frank Lane, Manfred Friedman; Theoretical investigation of subsonic oscillatory blade-row aerodynamics; naca-tn-4136; Feb 1958

  186. W. S. Hyler, H. G. Popp, S. A. Gordon, H. J. Grover, D. N. Gideon; Fatigue behavior of aircraft structural beams; naca-tn-4137; Jan 1958

  187. Edward C. Polhamus; Effect of flow incidence and Reynolds number on low-speed aerodynamic characteristics of several noncircular cylinders with applications to directional stability and spinning; naca-tn-4176; Jan 1958

  188. Harold L. Crane, George J. Hurt, Jr., John M. Elliott; Subsonic flight investigation of methods to improve the damping of lateral oscillations by means of a viscous damper in the rudder system in conjunction with adjusted hinge-moment parameters; naca-tn-4193; Jan 1958

  189. Thomas L. Carter; Effect of fiber orientation in races and balls under rolling-contact fatigue conditions; naca-tn-4216; Feb 1958

  190. William Lewis, Porter J. Perkins, Jr.; A flight evaluation and analysis of the effect of icing conditions on the ZPG-2 airship; naca-tn-4220; Apr 1958

  191. Albert L. Loeffler, Jr., Morris Perlmutter; Turbulent flow through porous resistances slightly inclined to the flow direction; naca-tn-4221; Feb 1958

  192. Robert D. Ingebo; Drop-size distributions for impinging-jet breakup in airstreams simulating the velocity conditions in rocket combustors; naca-tn-4222; mar 1958

  193. F. W. Ocvirk, G. B. DuBois; Relation of journal bearing performance to minimum oil-film thickness; naca-tn-4223; Apr 1958

  194. B. S. Berry, A. S. Nowick; Internal-friction study of aluminum alloy containing 4 weight percent copper; naca-tn-4225; Aug 1958

  195. Herbert Becker; General instability of stiffened cylinders; naca-tn-4237; Jul 1958

  196. Walter Castles, Jr., Howard L. Durham, Jr., Jirair Kevorkian; Normal component of induced velocity for entire field of a uniformly loaded lifting rotor with highly swept wake as determined by electromagnetic analog; naca-tn-4238; Jun 1958

  197. John W. McKee, Rodger L. Naeseth; Experimental investigation of the drag of flat plates and cylinders in the slipstream of a hovering rotor; naca-tn-4239; Apr 1958

  198. Edward Widmayer, Jr., Sherman A. Clevenson, Sumner A. Leadbetter; Some measurements of aerodynamic forces and moments at subsonic speeds on a rectangular wing of aspect ratio 2 oscillating about the midchord; naca-tn-4240; May 1958

  199. Floyd E. Valentine; An approximate method for design or analysis of two-dimensional subsonic-flow passages; naca-tn-4241; Apr 1958

  200. E. B. Klunker, Keith C. Harder; General solutions for flow past slender cambered wings with swept trailing edges and calculation of additional loading due to control surfaces; naca-tn-4242; May 1958

  201. Paul B. Gooderum; An experimental study of the turbulent boundary layer on a shock-tube wall; naca-tn-4243; Jun 1958

  202. Robert W. Leonard; On solutions for the transient response of beams; naca-tn-4244; Jun 1958

  203. Robert W. Fralich, John M. Hedgepeth; Flutter analysis of rectangular wings of very low aspect ratio; naca-tn-4245; Jun 1958

  204. Herbert F. Hardrath, Herbert A. Leybold; Further investigation of fatigue-crack propagation in aluminum-alloy box beams; naca-tn-4246; Jun 1958

  205. Albert W. Hall, Richard H. Sawyer, James M. McKay; Study of ground-reaction forces measured during landing impacts of a large airplane; naca-tn-4247; May 1958

  206. S. Katzoff, Raymond L. Barger; Boundary-induced downwash due to lift in a two-dimensional slotted wind tunnel; naca-tn-4289; Jun 1958

  207. Richard T. Whitcomb; A fuselage addition to increase drag-rise Mach number of subsonic airplanes at lifting conditions; naca-tn-4290; Jun 1958

  208. Thomas L. Coleman, Harry Press, May T. Meadows; An evaluation of the effects of flexibility on wing strains in rough air for a large swept-wing airplane by means of experimentally determined frequency-response functions with an assessment of random-process techniques employed; naca-tn-4291; Jul 1958

  209. Melvin S. Anderson; Local instability of the elements of a truss-core sandwich plate; naca-tn-4292; Jul 1958

  210. Richard T. Whitcomb; Special bodies added on a wing to reduce shock-induced boundary-layer separation at high subsonic speeds; naca-tn-4293; Jun 1958

  211. John R. McGehee; Effects of nose shape and spray control strips on emergence and planing spray of hydro-ski models; naca-tn-4294; Jul 1958

  212. Raymond L. Barger; Reflection and transmission of sound by a slotted wall separating two moving fluid streams; naca-tn-4295; Jun 1958

  213. Bland A. Stein; Compressive strength and creep of 17-7 PH stainless-steel plates at elevated temperatures; naca-tn-4296; Jul 1958

  214. Helmut A. Kuehnel, Robert W. Sommer; Flight investigation of the acceptability of a small side-located controller used with an irreversible hydraulic control system; naca-tn-4297; Jul 1958

  215. John M. Riebe, Edwin E. Davenport; Exploratory wind-tunnel investigation to determine the lift effects of blowing over flaps from nacelles mounted above the wing; naca-tn-4298; Jun 1958

  216. K. R. Czarnecki, John R. Sevier, Jr., Melvin M. Carmel; Effects of fabrication-type roughness on turbulent skin friction at supersonic speeds; naca-tn-4299; Jul 1958

  217. William E. Stoney, Jr., J. Thomas Markley; Heat-transfer and pressure measurements on flat-faced cylinders at a Mach number of 2; naca-tn-4300; Jul 1958

  218. Mitchel H. Bertram, Arthur Henderson, Jr.; Effects of boundary-layer displacement and leading-edge bluntness on pressure distribution, skin friction, and heat transfer of bodies at hypersonic speeds; naca-tn-4301; Jul 1958

  219. Donald S. Woolston, Sherman A. Clevenson, Sumner A. Leadbetter; Analytical and experimental investigation of aerodynamic forces and moments on low-aspect-ratio wings undergoing flapping oscillations; naca-tn-4302; Aug 1958

  220. Wilbur E. Thompson; Measurements and power spectra of runway roughness at airports in countries of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization; naca-tn-4303; Jul 1958

  221. Alton P. Mayo; Matrix method for obtaining spanwise moments and deflections of torsionally rigid rotor blades with arbitrary loadings; naca-tn-4304; Aug 1958

  222. James L. Williams; Wind-tunnel investigation of effects of spoiler location, spoiler size, and fuselage nose shape on directional characteristics of a model of a tandem-rotor helicopter fuselage; naca-tn-4305; Jul 1958

  223. William A. Brooks, Jr.; Temperature and thermal-stress distributions in some structural elements heated at a constant rate; naca-tn-4306; Aug 1958

  224. Jerome N. Engel; Experimental measurements of the effects of airplane motions on wing and tail angles of attack of a swept-wing bomber in rough air; naca-tn-4307; Aug 1958

  225. Robert L. Trimpi, Robert A. Jones; Transient temperature distribution in a two-component semi-infinite composite slab of; naca-tn-4308; Sep 1958

  226. D. L. Cochran, S. J. Kline; Use of short flat vanes for producing efficient wide-angle two-dimensional subsonic diffusers; naca-tn-4309; Sep 1958

  227. E. M. Sparrow, J. L. Gregg; Prandtl number effects on unsteady forced-convection heat transfer; naca-tn-4311; Jun 1958

  228. Jack G. McArdle; Internal characteristics and performance of an aerodynamically controlled, variable-discharge convergent nozzle; naca-tn-4312; Jul 1958

  229. John R. Jack; Effect of favorable pressure gradients on transition for several bodies of revolution at Mach 3.12; naca-tn-4313; Jul 1958

  230. Porter J. Perkins; Icing frequencies experienced during climb and descent by fighter-interceptor aircraft; naca-tn-4314; Jul 1958

  231. Edmund E. Callaghan; An estimate of the fluctuating surface pressures encountered in the reentry of a ballistic missile; naca-tn-4315; Jul 1958

  232. Gordon P. Allen, Donald H. Buckley, Robert L. Johnson; Friction and wear with reactive gases at temperatures up to 1200 F; naca-tn-4316; Sep 1958

  233. Willard D. Coles, John A. Mihaloew, Edmund E. Callaghan; Turbojet engine noise reduction with mixing nozzle-ejector combinations; naca-tn-4317; Aug 1958

  234. Seymour Lieblein; Analytical relation for wake momentum thickness and diffusion ratio for low-speed compressor; naca-tn-4318; Aug 1958

  235. Stephen H. Maslen; On fully developed channel flows: some solutions and limitations, and effects of compressibility, variable properties, and body forces; naca-tn-4319; Sep 1958

  236. Simon Ostrach, Philip R. Thornton; Compressible laminar flow and heat transfer about a rotating isothermal disk; naca-tn-4320; Aug 1958

  237. Walter Castles, Jr.; Flow induced by a rotor in power-on vertical descent; naca-tn-4330; Jul 1958

  238. Herbert A. Leybold, Herbert F. Hardrath, Robert L. Moore; An investigation of the effects of atmospheric corrosion on the fatigue life of aluminum alloys; naca-tn-4331; Sep 1958

  239. Harry Press, Roy Steiner; An approach to the problem of estimating severe and repeated gust loads for missile operations; naca-tn-4332; Sep 1958

  240. Howard S. Carter; Effect of some external crosswise stiffeners on the heat transfer and pressure distribution on a flat plate at Mach numbers of 0.77, 1.39, and 1.98; naca-tn-4333; Sep 1958

  241. William T. Davis; Lag in pressure systems at extremely low pressures; naca-tn-4334; Sep 1958

  242. Homer G. Morgan, Vera Huckel, Harry L. Runyan; Procedure for calculating flutter at high supersonic speed including camber deflections, and comparison with experimental results; naca-tn-4335; Sep 1958

  243. David J. Carter, Jr., Allen R. Vick; Experimental investigation of axial and normal force characteristics of skewed nozzles; naca-tn-4336; Sep 1958

  244. Harvey H. Hubbard, Domenic J. Maglieri; An investigation of some phenomena relating to aural detection of airplanes; naca-tn-4337; Sep 1958

  245. G. L. Borman, M. M. El Wakil, O. A. Uyehara, P. S. Myers; Graphs of reduced variables for computing histories of vaporizing fuel drops, and drop histories under pressure; naca-tn-4338; Sep 1958

  246. Philip M. Edge, Jr.; Hydrodynamic impact loads of a -20 degree dead-rise inverted-V model and comparisons with loads of a flat-bottom model; naca-tn-4339; Aug 1958

  247. Paul G. Fournier; Wind-tunnel investigation of the high-subsonic static longitudinal stability characteristics of several wing-body configurations designed for high lift-drag ratios at a Mach number of 1.4; naca-tn-4340; Jul 1958

  248. Herman S. Fletcher; Low-speed experimental determination of the effects of leading-edge radius and profile thickness on static and oscillatory lateral stability derivatives for a delta wing with 60 degrees of leading-edge sweep; naca-tn-4341; Jul 1958

  249. Thomas C. O'Bryan; Flight measurements of the vibratory bending and torsional stresses on a modified supersonic propeller for forward Mach numbers up to 0.95; naca-tn-4342; Jun 1958

  250. James J. Buglia, Helen Brinkworth; A comparison of two methods for calculating transient temperatures for thick walls; naca-tn-4343; Aug 1958

  251. James C. Emery, Paul W. Howard; Performance at low speeds of compressor rotors having low-cambered NACA 65-series blades with high inlet angles and low solities; naca-tn-4344; Aug 1958

  252. Ivan E. Beckwith; Similar solutions for the compressible boundary layer on a yawed cylinder with transpiration cooling; naca-tn-4345; Sep 1958

  253. Martin T. Moul, Teresa R. Brennan; Approximate method for calculating motions in angles of attack and sideslip due to step pitching- and yawing-moment inputs during steady roll; naca-tn-4346; Sep 1958

  254. Robert L. Trimpi, Nathaniel B. Cohen; A nonlinear theory for predicting the effects of unsteady laminar, turbulent, or transitional boundary layers on the attenuation of shock waves in a shock tube with experimental comparison; naca-tn-4347; Sep 1958

  255. Louis F. Vosteen; Effect of temperature on dynamic modulus of elasticity of some structural alloys; naca-tn-4348; Aug 1958

  256. Robert T. Swann; Heat transfer and thermal stresses in sandwich panels; naca-tn-4349; Sep 1958

  257. Neal Tetervin; Theoretical distribution of laminar-boundary-layer thickness, boundary-layer Reynolds number and stability limit, and roughness Reynolds number for a sphere and disk in incompressible flow; naca-tn-4350; Sep 1958

  258. William Gracey; Summary of methods of measuring angle of attack on aircraft; naca-tn-4351; Aug 1958

  259. Vernard E. Lockwood, Raymond D. Vogler; Exploratory wind-tunnel investigation at high subsonic and transonic speeds of jet flaps on unswept rectangular wings; naca-tn-4353; Aug 1958

  260. Alexander P. Sabol; Measurements in a shock tube of heat-transfer rates at the stagnation point of a 1.0-inch-diameter sphere for real-gas temperatures up to 7,900 R; naca-tn-4354; Aug 1958

  261. Robert D. Powell, Jr., Paul J. Carpenter; Low tip Mach number stall characteristics and high tip Mach number compressibility effects on a helicopter rotor having an NACA 0009 tip airfoil section; naca-tn-4355; Jul 1958

  262. James P. Shivers, Paul J. Carpenter; Effects of compressibility on rotor hovering performance and synthesized blade-section characteristics derived from measured rotor performance of blades having NACA 0015 airfoil tip sections; naca-tn-4356; Sep 1958

  263. Paul J. Carpenter; Lift and profile-drag characteristics of an NACA 0012 airfoil section as derived from measured helicopter-rotor hovering performance; naca-tn-4357; Sep 1958

  264. Eugene S. Love; Supersonic wave interference affecting stability; naca-tn-4358; Sep 1958

  265. Frederick C. Hansen, Steve P. Heims; A review of the thermodynamic, transport, and chemical reaction rate properties of high-temperature air; naca-tn-4359; Jul 1958

  266. Joseph M. Spiegel, Phillips J. Tunnell, Warren S. Wilson; Measurements of the effects of wall outflow and porosity on wave attenuation in a transonic wind tunnel with perforated walls; naca-tn-4360; Aug 1958

  267. Elliott D. Katzen; Idealized wings and wing-bodies at a Mach number of 3; naca-tn-4361; Jul 1958

  268. John B. McDevitt, Robert A. Taylor; Force and pressure measurements at transonic speeds for several bodies having elliptical cross sections; naca-tn-4362; Sep 1958

  269. Albert L. Braslow, Eugene C. Knox; Simplified method for determination of critical height of distributed roughness particles for boundary-layer transition at Mach numbers from 0 to 5; naca-tn-4363; Sep 1958

  270. Alvin Seiff, Barbara J. Short; An investigation of supersonic turbulent boundary layers on slender bodies of revolution in free flight by use of a Mach-Zehnder interferometer and shadowgraphs; naca-tn-4364; Sep 1958

  271. James A. Weiberg, Roy N. Griffin, George L. Florman; Large-scale wind-tunnel tests of an airplane model with an unswept, aspect-ratio-10 wing, two propellers, and area-suction flaps; naca-tn-4365; Sep 1958

  272. Fred A. Demele, K. Harmon Powell; The effects of an inverse-taper leading-edge flap on the aerodynamic characteristics in pitch of a wing-body combination having an aspect ratio of 3 to 45 degrees of sweepback at Mach numbers to 0.92; naca-tn-4366; Aug 1958

  273. John L. McCloud, III, George B. McCullough; Wind-tunnel tests of a full-scale helicopter rotor with symmetrical and with cambered blade sections at advance ratios from 0.3 to 0.4; naca-tn-4367; Sep 1958

  274. Lionel V. Baldwin; Slip-flow heat transfer from cylinders in subsonic airstreams; naca-tn-4369; Sep 1958

  275. Peggy L. Yohner, Arthur G. Hansen; Some numerical solutions of similarity equations for three-dimensional laminar incompressible boundary-layer flows; naca-tn-4370; Sep 1958

  276. S. R. Valluri; Some observations relating to recovery of internal friction during fatigue of aluminum; naca-tn-4371; Sep 1958

  277. E. E. Underwood, L. L. Marsh, G. K. Manning; Effect of precipitate particles on creep of aluminum-copper alloys during age hardening; naca-tn-4372; Sep 1958

  278. Richard H. Kemp, Marvin H. Hirschberg, William C. Morgan; Theoretical and experimental analysis of the reduction of rotor blade vibration in turbomachinery through the use of modified stator vane spacing; naca-tn-4373; Sep 1958

  279. Vernon A. Slabey, Edward A. Fletcher; Rate of reaction of gaseous fluorine with water vapor at 35 C; naca-tn-4374; Sep 1958

  280. Leroy L. Presley, Emmet A. Mossman; A study of several theoretical methods for computing the zero-lift wave drag of a family of open-nosed bodies of revolution in the Mach number range of 2.0 to 4.0; naca-tn-4368; Sep 1958

  281. Stewart, Elwood C Druding, Frank Nishiura, Togo; The effects of target and missile characteristics on theoretical minimum miss distance for a beam-rider guidance system in the presence of noise; naca-rm-a57f26; February 10, 1958

  282. Nielsen, Helmer V; Heat transfer on an afterbody immersed in the separated wake of a hemisphere; naca-rm-a57k07a; January 30, 1958

  283. Jorgensen, Leland H; Experimental lift-drag ratios for two families of wing-body combinations at supersonic speeds; naca-rm-a58a08; March 10, 1958

  284. Gloria, Hermilo R; An experimental investigation of the static longitudinal stability and control characteristics of a wingless missile configuration at Mach numbers from 3.0 to 6.3; naca-rm-a58c20; June 24, 1958

  285. Gambucci, Bruno J Wyss, John A; Experimental investigation of the drag due to wedges along the trailing edge of a swept wing; naca-rm-a58d15; June 27, 1958

  286. Cunningham, Bernard E Kraus, Samuel; Experimental investigation of the effect of yaw on rates of heat transfer to transverse circular cylinders in a 6500-foot-per-second hypersonic air stream; naca-rm-a58e19; August 26, 1958

  287. Hopkins, Edward J Keating, Stephen J , Jr Muhl, Richard R; Forces and pitching moments on an aspect-ratio-3.1 wing-body combination at Mach numbers from 2.5 to 3.5 and sublimation studies of the effect of single-elements roughness on the boundary-layer flow; naca-rm-a58e21a; August 26, 1958

  288. Savin, Raymond C; Approximate solutions for the flow about flat-top wing-body configurations at high supersonic airspeeds; naca-rm-a58f02; September 15, 1958

  289. Lazzeroni, Frank A; Investigation of wingless missile configurations with folding controls and low-aspect-ratio stabilizing surfaces; naca-rm-a58f30; September 17, 1958

  290. Priem, Richard J Clark, Bruce J; Comparison of injectors with a 200-pound-thrust ammonia-oxygen engine; naca-rm-e57h01; September 04, 1958

  291. Bloomer, Harry E; Experimental results of an investigation of two methods of inflight thrust measurement applicable to afterburning turbojet engines with ejectors; naca-rm-e57h28; May 02, 1958

  292. Valentine, Harold H Beale, William T; Experimental investigation of distortion removal characteristics of several free-wheeling fans; naca-rm-e57i12; January 07, 1958

  293. Rabb, Leonard Krasnican, Milan J; Effects of surface roughness and extreme cooling on boundary-layer transition for 15 degrees cone-cylinder in free flight at Mach numbers to 7.6; naca-rm-e57k19; March 05, 1958

  294. Brokaw, Richard S; Correlation of turbulent heat transfer in a tube for the dissociating system N204 reversibly yields 2N02; naca-rm-e57k19a; March 05, 1958

  295. Nettles, J Gary Campbell, Robert C; Investigation at supersonic speeds of the compressor stall and inlet buzz characteristics of a J34 - spike-inlet combination; naca-rm-e57k19b; March 05, 1958

  296. Gordon, Sanford; Theoretical rocket performance of JP-4 fuel with several fluorine-oxygen mixtures assuming equilibrium composition; naca-rm-e57k22; February 25, 1958

  297. Stewart, Warner L; Analytical investigation of multistage-turbine efficiency characteristics in terms of work and speed requirements; naca-rm-e57k22b; February 18, 1958

  298. Stewart, Warner L Evans, David G Whitney, Warren J; A method for determining turbine design characteristics for rocket turbodrive applications; naca-rm-e57k25a; May 02, 1958

  299. Dryer, Murray Luidens, Roger W; Aerodynamic and inlet-flow-field characteristics at a free-stream Mach number of 3.0 for airplanes with circular fuselage cross sections and for two engine locations; naca-rm-e57k26; March 18, 1958

  300. Woolett, Richard R Ferguson, Harold M; Performance of a two-dimensional cascade inlet at a free-stream Mach number of 3.05 and at angles of attack of -3 degrees, 0 degrees, 3 degrees, and 6 degrees; naca-rm-e57l06; March 05, 1958

  301. Esgar, Jack B Hickel, Robert O Stepka, Francis S; Preliminary survey of possible methods for hypersonic aircraft; naca-rm-e57l19; May 12, 1958

  302. Gordon, Sanford Glueck, Alan R; Theoretical performance of liquid ammonia with liquid oxygen as a rocket propellant; naca-rm-e58a21; May 12, 1958

  303. Campbell, Carl E; Performance of basic XJ79-GE-1 turbojet engine and its components; naca-rm-e58c12; May 08, 1958

  304. Baker, Louis, Jr; A study of the combustion rates of hydrocarbon fuels with red fuming nitric acid in a small rocket engine; naca-rm-e58d03a; August 06, 1958

  305. Schmidt, Harold W; Compatibility of metals with liquid fluorine at high pressures and flow velocities; naca-rm-e58d11; July 15, 1958

  306. Baker, Louis, Jr Steffen, Fred W; Screaming tendency of the gaseous-hydrogen - liquid-oxygen propellant combination; naca-rm-e58e09; September 30, 1958

  307. Heidmann, M F Baker, Louis, Jr; Combustor performance with various hydrogen-oxygen injection methods in a 200-pound-thrust rocket engine; naca-rm-e58e21; September 30, 1958

  308. Moffitt, Thomas P; Design and experimental investigation of a single-stage turbine with a rotor entering relative Mach number of 2; naca-rm-e58f20a; September 15, 1958

  309. Anderson, Bernhard H Bowditch, David N; Investigation of inlet control parameters for an external-internal-compression inlet from Mach 2.1 to 3.0; naca-rm-e58g08; September 23, 1958

  310. Samanich, Nick E Cubbison, Robert W; A pivoting-cowl-and-spike technique for efficient angle-of-attack operation of supersonic inlets; naca-rm-e58g11a; September 23, 1958

  311. Nettles, J Cary; Experimental study of ballistic-missile base heating with operating rocket; naca-rm-e58g17; September 23, 1958

  312. Johnson, Clinton T; Flight investigation of the aerodynamic forces on a wing-mounted external-store installation on the Douglas D-558-II research airplane; naca-rm-h58b24; May 13, 1958

  313. Drake, Hubert M Bellman, Donald R Walker, Joseph A; Operational problems of manned orbital vehicles; naca-rm-h58d21; July 21, 1958

  314. Rowe, John P (University of Michigan) Freeman, J W (University of Michigan); Effect of overheating on creep-rupture properties of M-252 alloy; naca-tn-4224; March 1958

  315. Stivers, Louis S , Jr Lippmann, Garth W; Effects of fixing boundary-layer transition for an unswept-wing model and an evaluation of porous tunnel-wall interference for Mach numbers from 0.60 to 1.40; naca-tn-4228; April 1958

  316. Eggers, A J , Jr Hansen, C Frederick Cunningham, Bernard E; Stagnation-point heat transfer to blunt shapes in hypersonic flight, including effects of yaw; naca-tn-4229; April 1958

  317. Heims, Steve P; Prandtl-Meyer expansion of chemically reacting gases in local chemical and thermodynamic equilibrium; naca-tn-4230; March 1958

  318. Smith, Donald W Walker, John H; Skin-friction measurements in incompressible flow; naca-tn-4231; March 1958

  319. Lomax, Harvard Sluder, Loma; A method for the calculation of wave drag on supersonic-edged wings and biplanes; naca-tn-4232; March 1958

  320. Page, William A; Experimental study of the equivalence of transonic flow about slender cone-cylinders of circular and elliptic cross section; naca-tn-4233; April 1958

  321. Taylor, Robert A Mcdevitt, John B; Pressure distributions at transonic speeds for parabolic-arc bodies of revolution having fineness ratios of 10, 12, and 14; naca-tn-4234; March 1958

  322. James, Carlton S; Observations of turbulent-burst geometry and growth in supersonic flow; naca-tn-4235; April 1958

  323. Tendeland, Thorval; Effects of Mach number and wall-temperature ratio on turbulent heat transfer at Mach numbers from 3 to 5; naca-tn-4236; April 1958

  324. Brevoort, Maurice J Arabian, Barbara D; Summary of experimental heat-transfer measurements in turbulent flow for a Mach number range from 0.87 to 5.05; naca-tn-4248; May 1958

  325. Gates, Ordway B , Jr Woodling, C H; A theoretical analysis of the effect of engine angular momentum on longitudinal and directional stability in steady rolling maneuvers; naca-tn-4249; April 1958

  326. Huss, Carl R Donegan, James J; Effect of the proximity of the wing first-bending frequency and the short-period frequency on the airplane dynamic-response factor; naca-tn-4250; June 1958

  327. Mcbride, Ellis E Fisher, Lloyd J; An experimental investigation of wake effects on hydro-skis; naca-tn-4251; May 1958

  328. Sterrett, James R; Experimental investigation of an impulse-type supersonic compressor rotor having a turning of 73 degrees at the mean radius; naca-tn-4252; June 1958

  329. Bland, William M , Jr Kolenkiewicz, Ronald; Free-flight pressure measurements over a flare-stabilized rocket model with a modified Von Karman nose for Mach numbers up to 4.3; naca-rm-l57j24; January 13, 1958

  330. Ludi, Leroy H; Flight investigation of effects of retreating-blade stall on bending and torsional moments encountered by a helicopter rotor blade; naca-tn-4254; May 1958

  331. Johnson, Joseph L , Jr; Wind-tunnel investigation at low speeds of flight characteristics of a sweptback-wing jet-transport airplane model equipped with an external-flow jet-augmented slotted flap; naca-tn-4255; July 1958

  332. Schnitzer, Emanuel; Water-impact theory for aircraft equipped with nontrimming hydro-skis mounted on shock struts; naca-tn-4256; September 1958

  333. Silveira, Milton A Maglieri, Domenic J Brooks, George W; Results of an experimental investigation of small viscous dampers; naca-tn-4257; June 1958

  334. Cahn, Maurice S Olstad, Walter B; A numerical method for evaluating wave drag; naca-tn-4258; June 1958

  335. Huntley, Sidney C; Temperature-pressure-time relations in a closed cryogenic container; naca-tn-4259; February 1958

  336. Howes, Walton L; Ground reflection of jet noise; naca-tn-4260; April 1958

  337. Ciepluch, Carl C North, Warren J Coles, Willard D Antl, Robert J; Acoustic, thrust, and drag characteristics of several full-scale noise suppressors for turbojet engines; naca-tn-4261; April 1958

  338. Deissler, R G Loeffler, A L , Jr; Analysis of turbulent flow and heat transfer on a flat plate at high Mach numbers with variable fluid properties; naca-tn-4262; April 1958

  339. Signorelli, Robert A Johnston, James R Garrett, Floyd B; Effect of prior air force over temperature operation on life of J47 buckets evaluated in a sea-level cyclic engine test; naca-tn-4263; April 1958

  340. Mcardle, Jack G; Internal characteristics and performance of several jet deflectors at primary-nozzle pressure ratios up to 3.0; naca-tn-4264; June 1958

  341. Clark, Thomas P; Studies of OH, CO, CH, and C(sub 2) radiation from laminar and turbulent propane-air and ethylene-air flames; naca-tn-4266; June 1958

  342. Baldwin, Lionel V Blackshear, Perry L; Preliminary survey of propulsion using chemical energy stored in the upper atmosphere; naca-tn-4267; May 1958

  343. Gelder, Thomas F; Droplet impingement and ingestion by supersonic nose inlet in subsonic tunnel conditions; naca-tn-4268; May 1958

  344. North, Warren J; Transonic drag of several jet-noise suppressors; naca-tn-4269; April 1958

  345. Hearth, Donald P Connors, James F; A performance analysis of methods for handling excess inlet flow at supersonic speeds; naca-tn-4270; May 1958

  346. Moffitt, Thomas P; Maximum theoretical tangential velocity component possible from straight-back converging and converging-diverging stators at supercritical pressure ratios; naca-tn-4271; April 1958

  347. Von Glahn, Uwe H; Use of the Coanda effect for obtaining jet deflection and lift with a single flat-plate deflection surface; naca-tn-4272; June 1958

  348. Ostrach, Simon Albers, Lynn U; On pairs of solutions of a class of internal viscous flow problems with body forces; naca-tn-4273; June 1958

  349. Bader, Michel Carlson, William C A; Measurement of the effect of an axial magnetic field on the Reynolds number of transition in mercury flowing through a glass tube; naca-tn-4274; May 1958

  350. Tobak, Murray Allen, H Julian; Dynamic stability of vehicles traversing ascending or descending paths through the atmosphere; naca-tn-4275; July 1958

  351. Chapman, Dean R; An approximate analytical method for studying entry into planetary atmospheres; naca-tn-4276; May 1958

  352. Pitts, William C Nielsen, Jack N; A body modification to reduce drag due to wedge angle of wing with unswept trailing edge; naca-tn-4277; July 1958

  353. Stewart, Elwood C; Application of statistical theory to beam-rider guidance in the presence of noise II : modified Wiener filter theory; naca-tn-4278; June 1958

  354. Hunton, Lynn W; Effects of fixing transition on the transonic aerodynamic characteristics of a wing-body configuration at Reynolds numbers from 2.4 to 12 million; naca-tn-4279; July 1958

  355. Mcdevitt, John B Taylor, Robert A; Pressure distributions at transonic speeds for slender bodies having various axial locations of maximum diameter; naca-tn-4280; July 1958

  356. Van Dyke, Milton D; Second-order slender-body theory : axisymmetric flow; naca-tn-4281; September 1958

  357. Rossow, Vernon J; Boundary-layer stability diagrams for electrically conducting fluids in the presence of a magnetic field; naca-tn-4282; August 1958

  358. Tolhurst, William H , Jr; Full-scale wind-tunnel tests of a 35 degree sweptback-wing airplane with blowing from the shroud ahead of the trailing-edge flaps; naca-tn-4283; July 1958

  359. Rey, William K (University of Alabama); Cumulative fatigue damage at elevated temperature; naca-tn-4284; September 1958

  360. Shepard, L A (University of California, Berkeley) Giedt, W H (University of California, Berkeley); Triangular and intergranular fracture of ingot iron during creep; naca-tn-4285; August 1958

  361. Decker, R F (University of Michigan) Freeman, J W (University of Michigan); Mechanism of beneficial effects of boron and zirconium on creep-rupture properties of a complex heat-resistant alloy; naca-tn-4286; August 1958

  362. Black, J M (Forest Products Laboratory) Blomquist, R F (Forest Products Laboratory); Relationship of metal surfaces to heat-aging properties of adhesive bonds; naca-tn-4287; September 1958

  363. Mills, R R , Jr (Johns Hopkins University) Kistler, A L (Johns Hopkins University) O'Brien, V (Johns Hopkins University) Corrsin, S (Johns Hopkins University); Turbulence and temperature fluctuations behind a heated grid; naca-tn-4288; August 1958

  364. Rhyne, Richard H; Measurements of the motions of a large swept-wing airplane in rough air; naca-tn-4310; September 1958

  365. Bittker, David A; An analytical study of turbulent and molecular mixing in rocket combustion; naca-tn-4321; September 1958

  366. Patterson, Elizabeth W Braslow, Albert L; Ordinates and theoretical pressure-distribution data for NACA 6- and 6A-series airfoil sections with thicknesses from 2 to 21 and from 2 to 15 percent chord, respectively; naca-tn-4322; September 1958

  367. Ostrach, Simon Braun, Willis H; Natural convection inside a flat rotating container; naca-tn-4323; September 1958

  368. Kaufman, Albert; Method for determining the need to rework or replace compressor rotor blades damaged by foreign objects; naca-tn-4324; September 1958

  369. Graham, Robert W Guentert, Eleanor Costilow Huff, Vearl N; A Mach 4 rocket-powered supersonic tunnel using ammonia-oxygen as working fluid; naca-tn-4325; September 1958

  370. Robb, J D (Lightning and Transients Research Institute) Hill, E L (Lightning and Transients Research Institute) Newman, M M (Lightning and Transients Research Institute) Stahmann, J R (Lightning and Transients Research Institute); Lightning hazards to aircraft fuel tanks; naca-tn-4326; September 1958

  371. Talbot, Lawrence (University of California) Koga, Toyoki (University of California) Sherman, Pauline M (University of California); Hypersonic viscous flow over slender cones; naca-tn-4327; September 1958

  372. Maringer, R E (Battelle Memorial Institute) Swetnam, E B (Battelle Memorial Institute) Marsh, L L (Battelle Memorial Institute) Manning, G K (Battelle Memorial Institute); Study of hydrogen embrittlement of iron by internal-friction methods; naca-tn-4328; September 1958

  373. Decker, R F (University of Michigan) Rowe, John P (University of Michigan) Bigelow, W C (University of Michigan) Freeman, J W (University of Michigan); Influence of heat treatment on microstructure and high-temperature properties of nickel-base precipitation-hardening alloy; naca-tn-4329; July 1958

  374. White, Maurice D Schlaff, Bernard A Drinkwater, Fred J , III; A comparison of flight-measured carrier-approach speeds with values predicted by several different criteria for 41 fighter-type airplane configurations; naca-rm-a57l11; May 08, 1958

  375. Kelly, Mark W Anderson, Seth B Innis, Robert C; Blowing-type boundary-layer control as applied to the trailing-edge flaps of a 35 degree swept-wing airplane; naca-rm-a55i09; 1958

  376. Demele, Fred A; Effects of leading-edge slat and trailing-edge split flap on the aerodynamic characteristics of a wing-fuselage combination having a nearly triangular wing of aspect ratio 2.9 at Mach numbers from 0.60 to 0.92; naca-rm-a57h19; January 12, 1958

  377. Axelson, John A; Transonic lateral and longitudinal aerodynamic characteristics of a lateral-control system employing rotatable airfoils mounted vertically at the wing tips of an unswept wing-fuselage-tail combination; naca-rm-a57j16; January 07, 1958

  378. Boyd, John W Peterson, Victor L; Static stability and control of canard configurations at Mach numbers from 0.70 to 2.22 : triangular wing and canard on an extended body; naca-rm-a57k14; February 10, 1958

  379. Gnos, A Vernon Kurkowski, Richard L; Static longitudinal and lateral stability and control characteristics of a model of a swept-wing fighter-bomber-type airplane with a top inlet at Mach numbers from 1.6 to 2.35; naca-rm-a57k20; March 03, 1958

  380. Peterson, Victor L Menees, Gene P; Static stability and control of canard configurations at Mach numbers from 0.70 to 2.22longitudinal characteristics of a triangular wing and unswept canard; naca-rm-a57k26; February 17, 1958

  381. Peterson, Victor L Boyd, John W; Static stability and control of canard configurations at Mach numbers from 0.70 to 2.22 : longitudinal characteristics of an unswept wing and canard; naca-rm-a57k27; February 17, 1958

  382. Triplett, William C; The effects of a modified roll-command system on the flight-path stability and tracking accuracy of an automatic interceptor; naca-rm-a57l11a; March 04, 1958

  383. Nielsen, Jack N; The effects of body vortices and the wing shock-expansion field on the pitch-up characteristics of supersonic airplanes; naca-rm-a57l23; March 24, 1958

  384. Hickey, David H Aoyagi, Kiyoshi; Large-scale wind-tunnel tests of an airplane model with a 45 degree sweptback wing of aspect ratio 2.8 employing high-velocity blowing over the leading- and trailing-edge flaps; naca-rm-a58a09; May 26, 1958

  385. Beam, Benjamin H Endicott, Kenneth C; Wind-tunnel data on the longitudinal and lateral-directional rotary derivatives of a straight-wing, research airplane configuration at Mach numbers from 2.5 to 3.5; naca-rm-a58a14; March 25, 1958

  386. Dickey, Robert R; The effect of moment-of-area-rule modifications on the zero-lift drag of three wing-body combinations; naca-rm-a58a31; May 02, 1958

  387. Wingrove, Rodney C; A flight-test study of total-pressure distortion in a thick-lipped nose inlet; naca-rm-a58b07; June 30, 1958

  388. Scherrer, Richard Anderson, Warren E; Investigation of the performance and internal flow of a variable-area, variable-internal-contraction inlet at Mach numbers of 2.00, 2.50, and 2.92; naca-rm-a58c24; July 15, 1958

  389. Evans, William T; Data from flow-field surveys behind a large-scale thin straight wing of aspect ratio 3; naca-rm-a58d17; June 23, 1958

  390. Scherrer, Richard Lundell, John H Anderson, Lewis A; Viscous flows in inlets; naca-rm-a58d17a; June 30, 1958

  391. Winovich, Warren Higdon, Nancy S; Evaluation of some aerodynamic controls for a low-aspect-ratio missile; naca-rm-a58d17b; July 17, 1958

  392. Havill, C Dewey Wingrove, Rodne C; Flight investigation of a full-scale aircraft ejector with various spacing ratios and correlation with small-scale tests; naca-rm-a58d21; August 26, 1958

  393. Hall, Charles F Boyd, John W; Effects of canards on airplane performance and stability; naca-rm-a58d24; July 07, 1958

  394. Summers, James L; Wind-tunnel investigation at Mach numbers from 0.6 to 1.4 of several ejected pilot-seat models; naca-rm-a58e02; September 10, 1958

  395. Quigley, Hervey C Anderson, Seth B Innis, Robert C; Flight investigation of the low-speed characteristics of a 45 degree swept-wing fighter-type airplane with blowing boundary-layer control applied to the trailing edge flaps; naca-rm-a58e05; August 04, 1958

  396. Turner, Howard L Heinle, Donovan R; A flight study of the effects of noise filtering in the attack display on the pilot's tracking performance; naca-rm-a58e21; September 10, 1958

  397. Kelly, Mark W; Wind-tunnel investigation of the low-speed aerodynamic characteristics of a hypersonic glider configuration; naca-rm-a58f03; September 15, 1958

  398. Lopez, Armando E Tinling, Bruce E; The static and dynamic-rotary stability derivatives at subsonic speeds of a model of the X-15 research airplane; naca-rm-a58f09; September 15, 1958

  399. Syvertson, Clarence A Gloria, Hermilo R Sarabia, Michael F; Aerodynamic performance and static stability and control of flat-top hypersonic gliders at Mach numbers from 0.6 to 18; naca-rm-a58g17; September 17, 1958

  400. Aoyagi, Kiyoshi Hickey, David H; Large-scale wind-tunnel tests of a jet-transport-type model with leading- and trailing-edge high-lift devices; naca-rm-a58h12; September 26, 1958

  401. Sadoff, Melvin Stewart, John D; An analytical evaluation of the effects of an aerodynamic modification and of stability augmenters on the pitch behavior and probable pilot opinion of two current fighter airplanes; naca-rm-a57k07; April 21, 1958

  402. Lampkin, Bedford A Tunnell, Phillips J; Static and dynamic-rotary stability derivatives of an airplane model with an unswept wing and a high horizontal tail at Mach numbers of 2.5, 3.0, and 3.5; naca-rm-a58f17; September 26, 1958

  403. Stitt, Leonard E Obery, Leonard J; Performance of an all-internal conical compression inlet with annular throat bleed at Mach number 5.0; naca-rm-e58e14; August 06, 1958

  404. Banner, Richard D Mctigue, John G Petty, Gilbert, Jr; Boundary-layer-transition measurements in full-scale flight; naca-rm-h58e28; July 28, 1958

  405. Fields, E M Wakelyn, N T; Limited tests of molybdenum coated with molybdenum disilicide in a supersonic heated-air jet and brief description of the coating facility; naca-rm-l57i12; January 09, 1958

  406. Howell, Robert R; An initial experimental study of the effect of variations in frequency and impulse on the reduction in temperature recovery factor afforded by large-scale unsteady flow; naca-rm-l57i27; January 22, 1958

  407. Mackley, Ernest A; Effect of inlet aspect ratio on the starting and pressure recovery characteristics of a rectangular swept scoop inlet tested at a Mach number of 3.1; naca-rm-l57j07; January 13, 1958

  408. Rumsey, Charles B Lee, Dorothy B; Measurements of aerodynamic heat transfer on a 15 degree cone-cylinder-flare configuration in free flight at Mach numbers up to 4.7; naca-rm-l57j10; January 22, 1958

  409. Swihert, John M; Effect of target-type thrust reverser on transonic aerodynamic characteristics of a single-engine fighter model; naca-rm-l57j16; January 13, 1958

  410. Bland, William M , Jr; Effectiveness of various protective coverings on magnesium fins at Mach number 2.0 and stagnation temperatures up to 3,600 R; naca-rm-l57j17; January 09, 1958

  411. Schult, Eugene D; Free-flight roll performance of a steady-flow jet-spoiler control on an 80 degree delta-wing missile between Mach numbers of 0.6 and 1.8; naca-rm-l57j28; January 24, 1958

  412. Mcfarland, Donald R Huber, Paul W; Investigation of vortex movements about a wing in steady subsonic flow undergoing a large angle-of-attack change in a blast-induced gust; naca-rm-l57k04; January 22, 1958

  413. Robins, A Warner; Wind-tunnel investigation of the effects of lip geometry on drag and pressure recovery of a normal-shock nose inlet on a body of revolution at Mach numbers of 1.41 and 1.81; naca-rm-l57k08; February 03, 1958

  414. Bland, William M , Jr; Some effects of fin leading-edge shape on aerodynamic heating at Mach number 2.0 at a stagnation temperature of about 2,600 R; naca-rm-l57k12; January 09, 1958

  415. Casey, Francis W , Jr Hopko, Russell N; Preliminary investigation of graphite, silicon carbide, and several polymer-glass-cloth laminates in a Mach number 2 air jet at stagnation temperatures of 3,000 F and 4,000 F; naca-rm-l57k15; January 09, 1958

  416. Polhamus, Edward C Spreemann, Kenneth P; Effect at high subsonic speeds of fuselage forebody strakes on the static stability and vertical-tail-load characteristics of a complete model having a delta wing; naca-rm-l57k15a; February 10, 1958

  417. Morris, Odell A Carlson, Harry W Geier, Douglas J; Experimental and theoretical determination of forces and moments on a store and on a store-pylon combination mounted on a 45 degree swept-wing-fuselage configuration at a Mach number of 1.61; naca-rm-l57k18; January 30, 1958

  418. Kinard, William H; Feasibility of nose-cone cooling by the upstream ejection of solid coolants at the stagnation point; naca-rm-l57k22; March 24, 1958

  419. Fields, E M Hopko, Russel N Swain, Robert L Trout, Otto F , Jr; Behavior of some materials and shapes in supersonic free jets at stagnation temperatures up to 4,210 F, and descriptions of the jets; naca-rm-l57k26; February 24, 1958

  420. Bland, William M , Jr Swanson, Andrew G Kolenkiewicz, Roland; Free-flight aerodynamic-heating data at Mach numbers up to 10.9 on a flat-faced cylinder; naca-rm-l57k29; January 13, 1958

  421. Garland, Benjamine J Hall, James R; Measurements of aerodynamic heat transfer in turbulent separated regions at a Mach number of 1.8; naca-rm-l57l09; February 20, 1958

  422. Yates, E Carson, Jr; Calculation of flutter characteristics for finite-span swept or unswept wings at subsonic and supersonic speeds by a modified strip analysis; naca-rm-l57l10; March 18, 1958

  423. Clark, Frank L Edwards, Clyde L W; An investigation at Mach numbers 1.94 and 2.41 of jet effects upon the longitudinal and directional stability of a general aircraft configuration employing wing-tip-mounted nacelles; naca-rm-l57l18a; March 04, 1958

  424. Lee, Dorothy B Swanson, Andrew G; Heat transfer measured on a flat-face cylinder-flare configuration in free flight at Mach numbers from 1.6 to 2.7; naca-rm-l58a06; February 03, 1958

  425. Foster, Gerald V; Effects of nose and afterbody modifications on aerodynamic characteristics of a body with and without a vertical tail at a Mach number of 2.01; naca-rm-l58a10; April 15, 1958

  426. O'Neal, Robert L Bond, Aleck C; Heat transfer to 0 degree and 75 degree swept blunt leading edges in free flight at Mach numbers from 1.90 to 3.07; naca-rm-l58a13; March 24, 1958

  427. Braslow, Albert L; Effect of distributed granular-type roughness on boundary-layer transition at supersonic speeds with and without surface cooling; naca-rm-l58a17; March 10, 1958

  428. Robinson, Ross B; Wind-tunnel investigation at a Mach number of 2.01 of the aerodynamic characteristics in combined angles of attack and sideslip of several hypersonic missile configurations with various canard controls; naca-rm-l58a21; March 10, 1958

  429. Nelson, William J Scott, William R; Jet effects on the base drag of a cylindrical afterbody with extended nozzles; naca-rm-l58a27; April 15, 1958

  430. Speegle, Katherine C Chauvin, Leo T Heberlig, Jack C; Heat transfer for Mach numbers up to 2.2 and pressure distributions for Mach numbers up to 4.7 from flight investigations of a flat-face-cone and a hemisphere-cone; naca-rm-l58b18; May 08, 1958

  431. Markley, J Thomas; Heat transfer and pressure measurement on a 5-inch hemispherical concave nose at a Mach number of 2.0; naca-rm-l58c14a; July 17, 1958

  432. Presnell, John G , Jr; Investigation of control effectiveness and stability characteristics of a model of a low-wing missile with interdigitated tail surfaces at Mach numbers of 2.29, 2.97, and 3.51; naca-rm-l58c19; July 14, 1958

  433. Hall, James R Garland, Benjamine J; A feasibility study of the flare-cylinder configuration as a reentry body shape for an intermediate range ballistic missile; naca-rm-l58c21; May 28, 1958

  434. Griffith, George E Miltonberger, Georgene H; Tests of aerodynamically heated multiweb wing structures in a free jet at Mach number 2 and aluminum-alloy model of 40-inch chord with 0.125-inch-thick skin; naca-rm-l58c24; June 23, 1958

  435. Runyan, Harry L Jones, Nan H; Effect of aerodynamic heating on the flutter of a rectangular wing at a Mach number of 2; naca-rm-l58c31; June 23, 1958

  436. Burbank, Paige B Strass, H Kurt; Heat transfer to surfaces and protuberances in a supersonic turbulent boundary layer; naca-rm-l58e01a; July 14, 1958

  437. Rainey, A Gerald Hanson, Perry W Martin, Dennis J; Experimental and analytical investigation of the transonic and supersonic divergence characteristics of a delta-plan-form all-movable control; naca-rm-l58e07; August 04, 1958

  438. Faget, Maxime A Garland, Benjamine J Buglia, James J; Preliminary studies of manned satellites : wingless configuration: nonlifting; naca-rm-l58e07a; August 11, 1958

  439. Woodling, C H Whitten, James B Champine, Robert A Andrews, Robert E; Simulation study of a high-performance aircraft including the effect on pilot control of large accelerations during exit and reentry flight; naca-rm-l58e08a; July 17, 1958

  440. Bond, Aleck C Rashis, Bernard Levin, L Ross; Experimental ablation cooling; naca-rm-l58e15a; July 15, 1958

  441. Smith, Fred M Ulmann, Edwards F Dunning, Robert W; Longitudinal and lateral aerodynamic characteristics at combined angles of attack and sideslip of a generalized missile model having a rectangular wing at a Mach number of 4.08; naca-rm-l58e26; August 14, 1958

  442. Phillips, William H; Analysis of effects of interceptor roll performance and maneuverability on success of collision-course attacks; naca-rm-l58e27; August 06, 1958

  443. Mugler, John P , Jr; Analysis of pressure data obtained at transonic speeds on a thin low-aspect-ratio cambered delta wing-body combination; naca-rm-l58f24; September 26, 1958

  444. Rainey, A Gerald Igoe, William B; Measurements of the buffeting loads on the wing and horizontal tail of a 1/4-scale model of the X-1E airplane; naca-rm-l58f25; September 17, 1958

  445. Swanson, Andrew; Free-flight investigation of aerodynamic heat transfer to a simulated glide-rocket shape at Mach numbers up to 10; naca-rm-l58g03; September 10, 1958

  446. Lee, Dorothy B Rumsey, Charles B Bond, Aleck C; Heat transfer measured in free flight on a slightly blunted 25 degree cone-cylinder-flare configuration at Mach numbers up to 9.89; naca-rm-l58g21; September 26, 1958

  447. Coltrane, Lucille C; Stability investigation of a blunt cone and a blunt cylinder with a square base at Mach numbers from 0.64 to 2.14; naca-rm-l58g24; September 17, 1958

  448. Martz, C William; Rocket-model investigation to determine the lift and pitching effectiveness of small pulse rockets exhausted from the fuselage over the surface of an adjacent wing at Mach numbers from 0.9 to 1.8; naca-rm-l58g29; September 30, 1958

  449. ; Free convection under the conditions of the internal problem; naca-tm-1407; 1958

  450. Fabri, J., Paulon, J.; Theory and experiments on supersonic air-to-air ejectors; naca-tm-1410; 1958

  451. ; Impact on a compressible fluid; naca-tm-1413; 1958

  452. ; Aerodynamic research on fuselages with rectangular cross section; naca-tm-1414; 1958

  453. ; The interaction of a reflected shock wave with the boundary layer in a shock tube; naca-tm-1418; 1958

  454. Heisenberg, W.; On the statistical theory of turbulence; naca-tm-1431; 1958

  455. ; Stability of cylindrical and conical shells of circular cross section, with simultaneous action of axial compression and external normal pressure; naca-tm-1433; 1958

  456. ; Extreme speeds and thermodynamic states in supersonic flight; naca-tm-1434; 1958

  457. ; Elliptic functions and integrals with real modulus in fluid mechanics; naca-tm-1435; 1958

  458. ; Statiscal study of turbulence - spectral functions and correlation coefficients; naca-tm-1436; 1958

  459. ; On possible similarity solutions for three-dimensional incompressible laminar boundary-layer flows over developable surfaces and with proportional mainstream velocity components; naca-tm-1437; 1958

  460. ; On the flutter of cylindrical shells and panels moving in a flow of gas; naca-tm-1438; 1958

  461. ; Application of the method of coordinate perturbation to unsteady duct flow; naca-tm-1439; 1958

  462. ; The turbulent boundary layer on a rough curvilinear surface; naca-tm-1440; 1958

  463. Sugawara, Sugao., Sato, Takashi., Komatsu, Hiroyasu., Osaka, Hiroichi.; The effect of free-stream turbulence on heat transfer from a flat plate; naca-tm-1441; 1958

  464. Seiff, Alvin.; The prospects for laminar flow on hypersonic airplanes; naca-rm-a58d25; 1958

  465. Matting, Fred W., Chapman, Dean R.; Turbulent skin friction at high mach numbers and reynolds numbers; naca-rm-a58d28; 1958

  466. Turner, Howard L., Rathert, George A., Jr., Heinle, Donovan R.; Tracking performance of a swept-wing fighter with a director-type radar fire-control system and scope presentation; naca-rm-a57j01; 1958

  467. Boyd, John W., Peterson, Victor L.; Static stability and control of canard configurations at Mach numbers from 0.70 to 2.22 :longitudinal characteristics of a triangular wing and canard; naca-rm-a57j15; 1958

  468. Reese, David E., Jr.; A wind-tunnel investigation of several wingless missile configurations at supersonic speeds; naca-rm-a57j22; 1958

  469. Holzhauser, Curt A.; Wind-tunnel investigation of the use of leading-edge and trailing-edge area-suction flaps on a 13-percent-thick straight wing and fuselage model; naca-rm-a57k01; 1958

  470. Tinling, Bruce E.; Subsonic aerodynamic characteristics up to extreme angles of attack of an airplane model having an unswept wing and a high horizontal tail; naca-rm-a57k05; 1958

  471. Wyss, John A., Sorenson, Robert M., Gambucci, Bruno J.; Effects of modifications to a control surface on a 6-percent-thick unswept wing on the transonic control-surface flutter derivatives; naca-rm-a58b04; 1958

  472. Holdaway, George H., Hatfield, Elaine W.; Transonic investigation of yawed wings of aspect ratios 3 and 6 with a Sears-Haack body and with symmetrical and asymmetrical bodies indented for a Mach number of 1.20; naca-rm-a58c03; 1958

  473. Sammonds, Robert I., Reynolds, Robert M.; The static longitudinal characteristics of a twisted and cambered 45 degree sweptback wing at Mach numbers up to 0.96; naca-rm-a58c21; 1958

  474. Marie Luise Exner; Investigation of Aperiodic Time Processes with Autocorrelation and Fourier Analysis; naca-tm-1404; 1958

  475. Nils Frossling; Evaporation, Heat Transfer, and Velocity Distribution in Two-Dimensional and Rotationally Symmetrical Laminar Boundary-Layer FLow; naca-tm-1432; 1958

  476. Sanford Gordon and Michael E. Kastner (Lewis Flight Propulsion Laboratory, Cleveland, Ohio); Theoretical Rocket Performance of Liquid Methane with Several Flourine-Oxygen Mixtures Assuming Frozen Composition; naca-rm-e58b20; 1958

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