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LIST OF REPORTS
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EDITION MARCH 1934


UNITED STATES
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NATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE
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NOTE
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by subjects.
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INDEX
Page
Annual reports---------------- 1-------------------- 1
Bibliographies------- ----------------------------- 1
Technical reports ---------------------------------- 3
Aerodynamics --------------------------------- 3
Airfoils and wing sections----------------------- 5
Airplanes-Full-scale experiments --------------- 10
Airplanes-Model experiments------------------ 14
Airships-------------------------------------- 18
Autogiros ------------------------------------ 20
Engines and accessories------------------------- 20
Fuels----------------------------------------- 30
Gases ---------------------------------------- 31
Helicopters---------------------------------- 31
Hydrodynamics ------------------------------- 32
Instruments----------------------------------- 32
Materials ---------------------- ------ 36
Meteorology ---------------------------------- 37
Miscellaneous -------------------------------- 38
Nomenclature ---------------------------------
Parachutes- ----------------------------------39
Propellers -------------------------------- 40
Seaplanes------------------------------------- 44
Stability and control--------------------------- 44
Strength of construction ------------------------ 46
Wind tunnels and laboratories ---------------- 48
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I Out of print. Available for reference or loan in the Office of Aeronautical Intel-
ligence, National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, and in the libraries of large
cities.
NOTE.-Beginning with the sixteenth, the annual reports are to be bound in buck-
ram only.
BIBLIOGRAPHIES


Bibliography of Aeronautics
Bibliography of Aeronautics
Bibliography of Aeronautics
Bibliography of Aeronautics
Bibliography of Aeronautics
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Bibliography of Aeronautics
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TECHNICAL REPORTS
AERODYNAMICS


No.

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20


I Out of print. Annual volume available for reference or loan in the Office of
Aeronautical Intelligence, National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, and in
the libraries of large cities.
3 Out of print. Available as a separate report for reference or loan in the Office
of Aeronautical Intelligence, National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics.


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Title Price

Experimental Researches on the Resistance of
Air. By L. Marchis. (Second Annual, 1916)-----
Aerodynamic Coefficients and Transformation
Tables. By Joseph S. Ames. (Third Annual,
1917)--------------------------------- $0.05
The Limiting Velocity in Falling from a Great
Height. By Edwin Bidwell Wilson. (Fifth
Annual, 1919)------ ----------------
Bomb Trajectories. By Edwin Bidwell Wilson.
(Fifth Annual, 1919)--------- --------
Wind Tunnel Studies in Aerodynamic Phe-
nomena at High Speed. By F. W. Caldwell
and E. N. Fales. (Sixth Annual, 1920)---- ------
General Theory of the Steady Motion of an
Airplane. By George de Bothezat. (Sixth
Annual, 1920)---------------------------- .15
Some New Aerodynamical Relations. By Max
M. Munk. (Seventh Annual, 1921) -----
Applications of Modern Hydrodynamics to
Aeronautics. By L. Prandtl. (Seventh An-
nual, 1921)----------- ------ ------------. 10
Influence of Model Surface and Air Flow Tex-
ture on Resistance of Aerodynamic Bodies.
By A. F. Zahm. (Eighth Annual, 1922)_---- .05
The Decay of a Simple Eddy. By H. Bateman.
(Eighth Annual, 1922)--------------------- .05
General Biplane Theory. By Max M. Munk.
(Eighth Annual, 1922) -----------
The Resistance of Spheres in Wind Tunnels
and in Air. By David L. Bacon and Elliott
G. Reid. (Ninth Annual, 1923)----------- .10
A New Relation Between the Induced Yawing
Moments and the Rolling Moments of an
Airfoil in Straight Motion. By Max M.
Munk. (Tenth Annual. 1924)-----------------


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AERODYNAMICS-Continued

No. Title Price

213 A Resum6 ot the Advances in Theoretical
Aeronautics Made by Max M. Munk. By
Joseph S. Ames. (Eleventh Annual, 1925)--'-- $0. 15
3 247 Pressure of Air on Coming to Rest from Various
Speeds. ByA.F.Zahm. (Twelfth Annual,1926). ----
3 253 Flow and Drag Formulas for Simple Quadrics.
By A. F. Zahm. (Twelfth Annual, 1926)---------
287 Theories of Flow Similitude. By A. F. Zahm.
(Thirteenth Annual, 1927)----------------- 05
289 Forces on Elliptic Cylinders in Uniform Air
Stream. By A. F. Zahm, R. H. Smith, and
F. A. Louden. (Fourteenth Annual, 1928)-- .05
311 Aerodynamic Theory and Test of Strut
Forms-I. By R. H. Smith. (Fifteenth
Annual, 1929)--------------------------- .10
316 Tables for Pressure of Air on Coming to Rest
from Various Speeds. By A. F. Zahm and
F. A. Louden. (Fifteenth Annual, 1929)____ .05
323 Flow and Force Equations for a Body Revolv-
ing in a Fluid. By A. F. Zahm. (Fifteenth
Annual, 1929)----------------------------- .20
335 Aerodynamic Theory and Test of Strut Forms.
Part II. By R. H. Smith. (Fifteenth Annual,
1929)-----------------------------. ----- 20
349 A Proof of the Theorem Regarding the Distribu-
tion of Lift over the Span for Minimum In-
duced Drag. By W. F. Durand. (Sixteenth
Annual, 1930)---------------------------- .10
361 Experimental Determination of Jet Boundary
Corrections for Airfoil Tests in Four Open
Wind Tunnel .Jets of Different Shapes. By
Montgomery Knight and Thomas A. Harris.
(Sixteenth Annual, 1930) ------------------- 20
362 An Extended Theory of Thin Airfoils and Its
Application to the Biplane Problem. By
SClark B. Millikan. (Sixteenthl Annual, 1930)_- .20
395 A New Principle of Sound Frequeincy Analysis.
By Theodore Theodorsen. (Seventeenth An-
nual, 1931)------------------------------- 15
3 Out of print. Available as a separate report for reference or loan In the Office
of Aeronautical Intelligence, Natiornil Ad visorv Committee for Aeronautics.






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A E R ODYNAMICS- Continued

No. Title Price

411 Theory of Wing Sections of Arbitrary Shape.
SBy Theodore Theodorsen. (Eighteenth An-
nual, 1932) -------------------------------$0. 10
Relation Between Aeronautic Research and Air-
craft Design. By Joseph S. Ames. (Appen-
dix to Administrative Report, 1923)--------- 15
452 General Potential Theory of Arbitrary Wing
Sections. By T. Theodorsen and I. E. Gar-
rick. (Nineteenth Annual, 1933)----------- .10
465 Determination of the Theoretical Pressure Dis-
1tribution for Twenty Airfoils. By I. E. Gar-
rick. 1 Nineteenth Annual, 1933)----------- .05


AIRFOILS AND WING SECTIONS

118 Aerofoils and Aerofoil Structural Combinations.
Bv Edgar S. Gorrell and H. S. Martin.
(Third Annual, 1917)------------------------
3 28 An Introduction to the Study of the Laws of Air
Resistance of Aerofoils. Bv George de
Bothezat. (Fourth Annual, 1918)---------------
1 75 The Aerodynamic Properties of Thick Aerofoils
Suitable for Internal Bracing. By F. H.
Norton. (Fifth Annual, 1919)------------------
1 77 The Parker Variable Camber Wing. By H. F.
Parker. (Fifth Annual, 1919) -----------------
1 93 Aerodynamic Characteristics of Airfoils. By
National Advisory Committee for Aero-
nautics. (Sixth Annual, 1920) -----------..- ------
111 The Variation of Airfoil Lift and Drag Coeffi-
cients with Changes in Size and Speed. By
W. S. Diehl. (Seventh Annual, 1921)-------
9121 The Minimum Induced Drag of Airfoils. By
Max M. Munk. (Seventh Annual, 1921)---------
I Out of print. Annual volume available for reference or loan in the Office of
Aeronautical Intelligence, National Advisory Comrnmittee for Aeronautics, and
in the libraries of large cities.
* Out of print. Available as a separate report for reference or loan in the Office of
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AIRFOILS AND WING SECTIONS-Continued

No. Title Price

124 Aerodynamniic Characteristics of Airfoils-II.
By the National Advisory Committee for
Aeronautics. (Seventh Annual, 1921)------- $0.30
3 142 General Theory of Thin Wing Sections. By
Max M. Munk. (Eighth Annual, 1922)
1 150 Pressure Distribution over Thick Aerofoils-
Model Tests. By F. H. Norton and D. L.
Bacon. (Eighth Annual. 1922)-- --------
3152 The Aerodynamic Properties of Thick Aero-
foils-II. By F. H. Norton and D. L.
Bacon. (Eighth Annual, 1922) ----------
"169 The Effect of Airfoil Thickness and Plan Form
on Lateral Control. By H. I. Hoot. (Ninth
Annual, 1923) --------------------- ---
S182 Aerodynamic Charactersitics of Airfoils-III.
By National Advisory Committee for Aero-
nautics. (Ninth Annual, 1923)------------- ------
3 191 Elements of the Wing Section Theory and of the
Wing Theory. By Max M. Munk. (Tenth
Animal, 1924) ----------------------------------
200 Some Problems on the Lift and Rolling Mo-
minents of Airplane Wings. By Jas. B. Scar-
borough. (Tenth Annual, 1924) ----------- .10
201 The Effects of Shielding the Tips of Airfoils.
By Elliott G. Reid. Tenth Annual, 1924)_
207 Aerodynamic Characteristics of Airfoils at High
Speeds. By L. J. Briggs, G. F. Hull, and
H. L. Dryden. (Tenth Annual, 1924)------ .10
217 Preliminary Wing Model Tests in the Variable
Density Wind Tunnel of the National Advi-
sory Conmmittee for Aeronautics. By Max M.
Mlink. (Eleventh Anntial, 1925) 10
s221 Model Tests with a Systematic Series of 27
Wing Sections at Full Reynolds Number.
By Max MN. Munk and Elton W. Miller.
I (Elevenrth Annual, 1925)-------------------
I ut af print. Annual volume av'il..'lc for rertriince or loan in the Office of
A.,rnjiautiu:til IutlligenuQe, National Advisor,y (',,iniiiitte, ror Aeronautics, and in
the libmrriws of large cities.
I Out of print. Available as a separate report for reference or loan in the Office
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No.


Title


Price


229 Pressure Distribution over Thick, Tapered Air-
foils, N. A. C. A. 81, U. S. A. 27 C Modified
and U. S. A. 35. By Elliott G. Reid.
(Eleventh Annual, 1925)------------------- $0. 10
8233 The Aerodynamic Characteristics of Seven Fre-
quently Used Wing Sections at Full Reynolds
Number. By Max M. Munk and Elton W.
Miller. (Twelfth Annual, 1926)----------------
244 Aerodynamic Characteristics of Airfoils-IV.
By National Advisory Committee for Aero-
nautics (Twelfth Annual, 1926) -----------------
255 Pressure Distribution over Airfoils at High
Speeds. By L. J. Briggs and H. L. Drvden.
(Twelfth Annual, 1927)-------------------- .15
267 Drag of Wings with End Plates. By Paul E.
Hemke. (Thirteenth Annual, 1927)-------- .10
271 Pressure Distribution Tests on PW-9 Wing
i Models Showing Effects of Biplane Interfer-
ence. By A. J. Fairbanks. (Thirteenth
Annual, 1927)---------------------------- 10
278 Lift, Drag, and Elevator Hinge Moments of
Handley-Page Control Surfaces. By R. H.
Smith. (Thirteenth Annual, 1927)---------- 10
285 A Study of Wing Flutter. By A. F. Zahm and
R. M. Bear. (Fourteenth Annual, 1928)---- 15
286 Aerodynamic Characteristics of Airfoils-V.
By National Advisory Committee for Aero-
nautics. (Fourteenth Annual, 1928)-------- 25
288 Pressure Distribution over a Rectangular Mono-
plane Wing Model up to 90 Angle of Attack.
By Montgomery Knight and Oscar Loeser, jr.
(Fourteenth Annual, 1928) ----------------- 10
309 Joint Report on Standardization Tests on
N. P. L. R. A. F. 15 Airfoil Model. By
Walter S. Diehl. (Fifteenth Annual, 1929)-- 10
312 The Prediction of Airfoil Characteristics. By
George J. Higgins. (Fifteenth Annual, 1929)._ 10
315 Aerodynamic Characteristics of Airfoils-VI.
By National Advisory Committee for Aero-
nautics. (Fifteenth Annual, 1929)--------- .20
3 Out of print. Available as a separate report for reference or loan in the Offi-e
of Aeronautical Intelligence, National Advisory Committee for Aeronriautics.










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Title


317 Wind Tunnel Tests on a Series of Wing Models
Through a Large Angle of Attack Range. Part
I, Force Tests. By Montgomery Knight and
Carl J. Wenzinger. (Fifteenth Annual, 1929).
319 Aerodynamic Characteristics of Twenty-four
Airfoils at High Speeds. By L. J. Briggs
and H. L. Dryden. (Fifteenth Annual, 1929)._
331 Collection of Wind Tunnel Data on Commonly
Used WingSections. By F. A. Louden. (Fif-
teenth Annual, 1929)-------------------
336 Tests of Large Airfoils in the Propeller Research
Tunnel, including Two with Corrugated Sur-
faces. By Donald H. Wood. (Fifteenth An-
nual, 1929)----------------------------
352 Large-Scale Aerodynamic Characteristics of Air-
foils as Tested in the Variable-Density Wind
Tunnel. By Eastman N. Jacobs and Ray-
i1on( F. Anderson. (Sixteenth Annual, 1930)_i
353 Airfoil Pressure Distribution Investigation in the
Variablec-Density WVind Tunnel. By Eastnan
N. Jacobs, John Stack, and Robert M. Pinker-
ton. (Sixteenth Annual, 1930,)-----------
360 Pressure Distribution over a Svnyinetrical Airfoil
Section with Trailing Edge Flap. By East-
lman N. Jacobs and Robert M. Pinkerton.
(Sixteenth Annual, 1930)-----------------
3115 Aerodviinamnic Characteristics of Circular-Arc
Airfoils at High Speeds. Bv L. J. Briggs and
H. L. Dryden. (Seventeenth Annual, 1931).
36>7 Pressure Distribution overaThick, Tapered,and
Twisted Monoplane Wing Model. N. A. C. A.
S1-J. Bv Carl J. Wenzinger. (Seventeenth
Annual, 131) ---------------------
370 E'ffect of Variation of Chord and Span of Ailerons
on hinge Mormiients at Several Angles of Pitch.
Bv H. B. Moni.sih. (Seventeentlih Annual,
I'1.-------------------------------- ---
3S,3 I 11e Thleory of \\ing Stecliols witli Particular
veferevnce to t lie Prcssure Distribution. Byi
PlT1h1)l -re IC"l' i -t-o rs, (Seve- tee- th -Annu -al,
1! )31).. ........................i. .. . .


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AIRFOILS AND WING SECTIONS-Continued

No. I Title Price

385 Wind Tunnel Tests on Airfoil Boundary Layer
Control Using a Backward-Opening Slot. By
Millard J. Bamber. (Seventeenth Annual,
1931)------------------------------------ $0. 20
391 The Aerodynamic Characteristics of Eight Very
Thick Airfoils from Tests in the Variable Den-
sity Wind Tunnel. By Eastman N. Jacobs.
(Seventeenth Annual, 1931)--------------- 10
400 The Aerodynamic Characteristics of a Slotted
Clark Y Wing as Affected by the Auxiliary
Airfoil Position. By Carl J. Wenzinger and
Joseph A. Shortal. (Seventeenth Annual,
1931)------------------------------------ 15
407 The Characteristics of a Clark Y Wing Model
Equipped with Several Forms of Low-Drag
Fixed Slots. By Fred E. Weick and Carl J.
Wenzinger. (Eighteenth Annual, 1932)--- ___ .10
427 The Effect of Multiple Fixed Slots and a Trail-
ing-Edge Flap on the Lift and Drag of a Clark
I Y Airfoil. By Fred E. Weick and Joseph
A. Shortal. (Eighteenth Annual. 1932)______ .05
428 Wind-Tunnel Tests of a Clark Y Wing with a
Narrow Auxiliary Airfoil in Different Posi-
tions. By Fred E. Weick and Millard J.
Bamber. (Eighteenth Annual, 1932) -------- 10
431 Characteristics of Clark Y Airfoils of Small
Aspect Ratios. By C. H. Zimmerman.
(Eighteenth Annual, 1932) -.---------------- O5
446 Airfoil Section Characteristics as Affected by
Protuberances. By Eastinan N. Jacobs.
(Nineteenth Annual, 1933)----------------- li,
449 Wing Characteristics as Affected by Protuber-
ances of Short Span. By Eastman N. Jacobs
and Albert Sherman. (Nineteenth Annual,
1933)------------------------------------ 05
460 The Characteristics of 78 Related Airfoil Sec-
tions from Tests in the Variable-Densitv
Wind Tunnel. By Eastiian N. Jacobs, Ken-
keth E. Ward and Robert M. Pinkerton.
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AIRFOILS AND WING SECTIONS-Continued

No. Title Price

465 Determination of the Theoretical Pressure Dis-
tribution for Twenty Airfoils. By I. E. Gar-
rick. (Nineteenth Annual, 1933)----------- $0.05
472 Wind-Tunnel Tests on Combinations of a Wing
with Fixed Auxiliary Airfoils having Various
Chords and Profiles. By Fred E. Weick and
Robert Sanders. (Nineteenth Annual, 1933)_ 10
480 The Aerodynamic Effects of Wing Cut-Outs.
By Albert Sherman --------------------- ----

AIRPLANES-FULL-SCALE EXPERIMENTS

3 69 A Study of Airplane Ranges and Useful Loads.
By J. C. Coffin. (Fifth Annual, 1919)-------
1 70 Preliminary Report on Free Flight Tests. By
Edward P. Warner and F. H. Norton. (Fifth
Annual, 1919) ---------------------- ---
3 105 Angles of Attack and Air Speeds during Maneu-
vers. By Edward P. Warner and F. H.
Norton. (Sixth Annual, 1920) -------- -
3118 The Pressure Distribution over the Horizontal
Tail Surfaces of an Airplane. By F. H. Nor-
ton. (Seventh Annual, 1921)----------
S14S Tihe Pressure Distribution over the Horizontal
Tail Surfaces of an Airplane-III. By F. H.
Norton and I'. G. Brown. (Eighth Annual.
1922) ......---------------- -------------
'149 Pressure Distribution over the Rudder and Fin
of an Airplane in Flight. By F. H. Norton
and W. G. Brown. (Eighth Annual, 1922)--- ...
$154 A Study of Taking Off and Landing an Airplane.
By. T. Carroll. (Eighth Annual, 1922)-----------
8155 A Study of Airplane Maneuvers with Special
Reference to Angular Velocities. By H. J.
E. Reid. (Eighthl Annual, 1922)
162 Complete Study of the Longitudinal Oscillation
of a VE-7 Airplane. By F. If. Norton and
W. G. Brown. (Ninth Annual, 1923)------ $0. 05
I Out of print. Available as a separate report for reference or loan in the Office
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No.


Title


Price


163 The Vertical, Longitudinal, and Lateral Accelera-
tions Experienced by an S-5A Airplane while
Maneuvering. By F. H. Norton and T.
Carroll. (Ninth Annual, 1923)----- .-- $0.05
167 The Measurement of the Damping in Roll on a
JN4H in Flight. By F. H. Norton. (Ninth
Annual, 1923)----------------------------- .05
S170 A Study of Longitudinal Dynamic Stability in
Flight. By F. H. Norton. (Ninth Annual,
1923)-------------------------
173 Reliable Formulae for Estimating Airplane
Performance and the Effects of the Changes in
Weight, Wing Area, or Power. By Walter
S. Diehl. (Ninth Annual, 1923)------------ 05
174 The Small Angular Oscillations of Airplanes in
Steady Flight. By F. H. Norton. (Ninth
Annual, 1923)---------------------------- 05
3192 Charts for Graphical Estimation of Airplane
Performance. By Walter S. Diehl. (Tenth
Annual, 1924)----------------------------------
3 193 Pressure Distribution Over the Wings of an
MB-3 Airplane in Flight. By F. H. Norton.
(Tenth Annual, 1924)--- --------------
s 194 Investigation of Slip Stream Velocity. By J. W.
Crowley, jr. (Tenth Annual, 1924) ------- ---
203 Accelerations in Flight.. By J. H. Doolittle.
(Tenth Annual, 1924)----------------------- 10
219 Some Aspects of the Comparison of Model and
Full-Scale Tests. By D. W. Taylor. (Elev-
enth Annual, 1925)----------------------- .10
228 A Study of the Effect of a Diving Start on Air-
plane Speed. By Walter S. Diehl. (Eleventh
Annual, 1925)----------------------------- .05
234 Three Methods of Calculating Range and En-
durance of Airplanes. By Walter S. Diehl.
(Twelfth Annual, 1926)-------------------- 10
238 The Effect of Flight Path Inclination on Airplane
Velocity. By Walter S. Diehl. (Twelfth
Annual, 1926)---------------------------- .05
I Out of print. Available as a separate report for reference or loan in the Office
of Aeronautical Intelligence, National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics.
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AIRPLANES-FULL-SCALE EXPERIMENTS-Continued

No. Title Pric

3 249 A Comparison of the Take-off and Landing
Characteristics of a Number of Service Air-
planes. By Thomas Carroll. (Twelfth An-
nual, 1926)---------- ---------
257 Pressure Distribution over a Wing and Tail
Rib of a VE-7 and of a TS Airplane in Flight.
By J. W. Crowley, jr. (Thirteenth Annual,
1927) ----------------------------------- $0.15
S265 A Full-Scale Investigation of Ground Effect.
By Elliott G. Reid. (Thirteenth Annual,
1927) --------------------
293 Two practical Methods for the Calculation of
the Horizontal Tail Area Necessary for a
Statically Stable Airplane. By Walter S.
Diehl. (Fourteenth Annual, 1928) ---------- 10
297 The Reduction of Observed Airplane Perform-
ance to Standard Conditions. By Walter S.
Diehl. (Fourteenth Annual, 1928)-- -------- .15
304 An Investigation of the Aerodynamic Charac-
teristics of an Airplane Equipped with Several
Different Sets of Wings. By J. W. Crowley,
jr., and M. W. Green. (Fourteenth Annual,
1928)-------------------------------------.10
307 The Pressure Distribution over the Horizontal
and Vertical Tail Surfaces of the F6C-4 Pur-
Auit Airplane in Violent Maneuvers. By R.
V. Rhode. (Fourteenth Annual, 1928)----- 10
364 Pressure Distribution over the Wings and Tail
Surfaces of a PW-9 Pursuit Airplane in Flight.
Bv Richard V. Rhode. (Sixteenth Annual,
1930)------------------------------------ .60
346 Dynamic and Flight Tests on Rubber-Cord and
Oleo-Rubber-Disk Landing Gears for an
F6C4 Airplane. By Wm. C. Peck. (Seven-
teenth A:inual, 1931)---------------------- 10
368 A New Chart for Estimating the Absolute Ceil-
ing of an Airplane. By Walter S. Diehl.
(Seventeenth Annual, 1931)---------------- 10
369 Maneuverability Investigation of the F6C3
Airplane with Special Flight Instruments.
By C. H. Dearborn and H. W. Kirchbauui.
Seventeenth Annual, 1931)----------------- 15
t Out of print. Available as a separate report for reference or loan in the Office
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AIRPLANES-FULL-SCALE E X PERIMENTS-Continued

No. Title Price

377 A Method of Flight Measurement of Spins. By
Hartley A. Soule and Nathan F. Scudder.
(Seventeenth Annual, 1931)--------------- $0. 10
380 Pressure Distribution over the Fuselage of a
PW-9 Airplane in Flight. By R. V. Rhode
and E. E. Lundquist. (Seventeenth Annual,
1931)--------------------------------- .20
381 Static, Drop and Flight Tests on Musselman
Type Airwheels. By Wmi. C. Peck and
Albert P. Beard. (Seventeenth Annual,
1931)------------------------------------ .15
386 Maneuverability Investigation of an F6C-4
Fignter Airplane. By C. H. Dearborn and
H. W. Kirschbaum. (Seventeenth Annual,
1931)-------------------------------------. 20
403 Ice Prevention on Aircraft by Means of Engine
Exhaust Heat and a Technical Study of Heat
Transmission from a Clark Y Airfoil. By
Theodore Theodorsen and William C. Clay.
Eighteenth Annual, 1932)------------------ .20
406 Drop and Flight Tests on NY-2 Landing Gears,
Including Measurements of Vertical Velocities
at Landing. By W. C. Peck and A. P. Beard.
(Eighteenth Annual, 1932)----------------- 15
408 General Formulas and Charts for the Calcula-
tion of Airplane Performance. By W. Bailey
Oswald. (Eighteenth Annual, 1932)-------- .25
413 A Method for Computing Leading Edge Loads.
By Richard V. Rhode and Henry A. Pearson.
(Eighteenth Annual, 1932) ---------------- .10
414 The Effect on Airplane Performance of Several
Types of Low-Drag Cowling for Radial Air-
Cooled Engines. By Wmi. H. McAvoy, Oscar
W. Schey, and Alfred W. Young. (Eigh-
teenth Annual, 1932) ---------------------- .20
415 Tests of Nacelle-Propeller Combinations in Va-
rious Positions with Reference to Wings.
Part I. Thick Wing-N. A. C. A. Cowled
Nacelle-Tractor Propeller. By Donald H.
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No. Title Price

418 Preli nil nary Investigatiou of Modifications to
Conventional Airplanes to give Nonstalling
and Short-Landing Characteristics. By Fred
E. Weick. (Eighteenth Annual, 1932)------- $0.05
434 Lift and Drag Characteristics and Gliding Per-
formance of an Autogiro as Determined in
Flight. By John B. Wheatlev. (Eighteenth
Annual, 1932)--------------------------- .05
436 Tests of Nacelle-Propeller Combinations in Va-
rious Positions with Reference to Wings.
Part II-Thick Wing-Various Radial-Engine
Cowlings-Tractor Propeller. By Donald H.
Wood. (Eighteenth Annual, 1932)---------- .10
441 i A Flight Investigation of the Spinning of the
NY-1 Airplane with Varied Mass Distribu-
tion and Other Modifications, and an Analysis
Based on Wind-Tunnel Tests. By Nathan F.
Scudder. (Nineteenth Annual, 1933)-------- 10
450 The Calculation of Take-Off Run. By Walter
S. Diehl. (Nineteenth Annual, 1933)----- .05
457 Maneuverability Investigation of an "03U-1"
Observation Airplane. By F. L. Thompson
and H. W. Kirschbaum. (Nineteenth Annual,
1933)------------------------------------ .05
462 Tests of Nacelle-Propeller Combinations in
Various Positions with Reference to Wings.
Part III-Clark Y Wing-Various Radial-
Engine Cowlings-Tractor Propeller. By
Donald H. Wood. (Nineteenth Annual,
1933)------------------------------------ .10

AIRPLANES-MODEL EXPERIMENTS

3 74 Construction of Models for Tests in Wind Tun-
nels. By' F. H. Norton. (Fifth Annual, 1919) ------
119 The Pressure Distribution over the Horizontal
Tail Surfaces of an Airplane-II. By F. H.
Norton and D. L. Bacon. (Seventh Annual,
1921) ---------------------------------- $0. 10
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Preliminary Experiments to Determine Scale
and Slip Stream Effects on a 1/24 Size Model
of a JN4H Biplane. By D. L. Bacon. (Sev-
enth Annual, 1921)-----------------------
The Tail Plane. By Max M. Munk. (Eighth
Annual, 1922)-----------------------------
Damping Coefficients due to Tail Surfaces in Air-
craft. By Lynn Chu. (Eighth Annual, 1922)._
Point Drag and Total Drag of Navy Struts No.
1 Modified. By A. F. Zahm, R. H. Smith,
and G. C. Hill. (Eighth Annual, 1922) ----
Lift and Drag Effects on Wing Tip-Rake. By
A. F. Zahm, R. M. Bear, and G. C. Hill.
(Eighth Annual, 1922)---------- -
Some Aspects of the Comparison of Model and
Full-Scale Tests. By D. W. Taylor. (Elev-
enth Annual, 1925)------------------------
The Air Forces on a Model of the Sperry Mes-
senger Airplane Without Propeller. By Max
M. Munk and Walter S. Diehl. (Eleventh
Annual, 1925)----------------------------
Tests on Airplane Fuselages, Floats, and Hulls.
By Walter S. Diehl. (Twelfth Annual, 1926)_
Distribution of Pressure over Model of the
Upper Wing and Aileron of a Fokker D-VII
Airplane. By A. J. Fairbanks. (Twelfth
Annual, 1926)---------------- ----
The Air Forces on a Systematic Series of Biplane
and Triplane Cellule Models. By Max M.
Munk. (Twelfth Annual, 1926) ------------
The Effect of a Flap and Ailerons on the N. A.
C. A.-M6 Airfoil Section. By George J. Hig-
gins and Eastman N. Jacobs. (Thirteenth
Annual, 1927)------------------------
Air Force and Moment of N-20 Wing with Cer-
tain Cut-Outs. By R. H. Smith. (Thir-
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3269 Air Force Tests of Sperry Messenger Model
with Six Sets of Wings. Bv James M. Shoe-
maker. (Thirteenth Annual, 1927)----------
273 Wind Tunnel Tests on Autorotation and the
"Flat Spin." By Montgomery Knight.
(Thirteenth Annual, 1927)---------------- $
279 Tests on Models of Three British Airplanes in
the Variable Density Wind Tunnel. By
George J. Higgins, W. S. Diehl, and George
L. DeFoe. (Thirteenth Annual. 1927)..---
296 Pressure Distribution Tests on PW-9 Wing
Models from -18 through 90 Angle of At-
tack. By Oscar E. Loeser, jr. (Fourteenth
Annual, 1928) .------------.
417 Pressure Distribution Tests on a Series of Clark
Y Biplane Cellules -with Special Reference to
Safety. Bvy Richard W. Noyes. (Eighteenth
Annual, 1932)---------------------------
419 Wind-Tunnel Research Comparing Lateral Con-
trol Devices, Particularly at High Angles of
Attack. I-Ordinary Ailerons on Rectangu-
lar Wings. By Fred E. Weick and Carl J.
Wenzinger. (Eighteenth Annual, 1932)....
422 WVind-Tunnel Research Comparing Lateral Con-
trol Devices, Particularly at High Angles of
Attack. II-Slotted Ailerons and Frise Ail-
erons. By Fred E. Weick and Richard W.
Noyes. (Eighteenth Annual, 1932)-------
423 Wind-Tunnel Research Comparing Lateral Con-
trol Devices, Particularly at HIigh Angles of
Attack. Ill-Ordinary Ailerons Rigged up
10 When Neutral. By Fred E. Weick and
( arl J. Wenzinger (Eighteenth Annual,
11132) ------------------------------------
42.1 IWindl-T'innel Research (Comp)aring Lateral Con-
trol Devices, Particularly at High Angles of
Attack. IV-Floating-'lip Ailerons on Rec-
tangdlar Wings. By Fred E. Weick and
'lio ias A. Harris. E ighteenth Annual,
19.32) ----------------------------
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No. Title Price

437 The Effect of Area and Aspect Ratio on the
Yawing Moments of Rudders at Large Angles
of Pitch on Three Fuselages. By Hugh L.
Dryden and B. H. Monish. (Eighteenth
Annual, 1932)---------------------------- $0.05
439 Wind-Tunnel Research Comparing Lateral Con-
trol Devices, Particularly at High Angles of
Attack. V-Spoilers and Ailerons on Rec-
tangular Wings. By Fred E. Weick and Joseph
A. Shortal. (Eighteenth Annual, 1932)------ .10
444 Wind-Tunnel Research Comparing Lateral Con-
trol Devices, Particularly at High Angles of
Attack. VI-Skewed Ailerons on Rectangu-
lar Wings. By Fred E. Weick and Thomas
A. Harris. (Nineteenth Annual, 1933)------ .05
445 Working Charts for the Determination of the
Lift Distribution between Biplane Wings.
By Paul Kuhn. (Nineteenth Annual, 1933)-- 10
456 The Aerodynamic Forces and Moments Exerted
on a Spinning Model of the "NY-1" Airplane
as Measured by the Spinning Balance. By
M. J. Bamber and C. H. Zimmerman. (Nine-
teenth Annual, 1933)---------------------- .05
458 Relative Loading on Biplane Wings. Bv Walter
S. Diehl. (Nineteenth Annual, 1933) ------- 10
468 The Interference between Struts in Various Coinm-
binations. By David Biermann and William
H. Herrnstein, Jr. (Nineteenth Annual. 1933)- .05
472 Wind-Tunnel Tests on Combinations of a Wing
with Fixed Auxiliary Airfoils having Various
Chords and Profiles. By Fred E. Weick and
Robert Sanders. (Nineteenth Annual, 1933). .10
480 The Aerodynamic Effects of Wing Cut-Outs.
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AIRSHIPS

No. Title Price

3 115 Bending Moments, Envelope and Cable Stresses
in Nonrigid Airships. By C. P. Burgess.
(Seventh Annual, 1921)------------ -----
117 The Drag of Zeppelin Airships. By Max M.
Munk. (Seventh Annual, 1921)__------- -_ $0. 05
138 The Drag of "C" Class Airship Hull with Vary-
ing Lengths of Cylindric Midships. By A. F.
Zahm, R. H. Smith, and G. C. Hill. (Eighth
Annual, 1922)---------------------------- .05
164 The Inertia Coefficients of an Airship in a Fric-
tionless Fluid. By H. Bateman. (Ninth
Annual, 1923)-------------------------. .05
3 184 The Aerodynamic Forces on Airship Hulls. By
Max M. Munk. (Ninth Annual, 1923)-----
204 Forces on Airships in Gusts. By C. P. Burgess.
(Tenth Annual, 1924)--------------------- .05
20S Determination of the Turning Characteristics of
an Airship by Means of a Camera Obscura.
By J. W. Crowley, jr., and R. G. Freeman.
(Tenth Annual, 1924) ----------------. 10
210 Inertia Factors of Ellipsoids for Use in Airshlip
Design. By L. B. Tuckerman. (Eleventh
Annual, 1925)---------------------------- .05
211 Water Model Tests for Semirigid Airships. By
L. B. Tuckerman. (Eleventh Annual 1925) .05
212 Stability Equations for Airship Hulls. By A. F.
Zahm. (Eleventh Annual, 1925).------- 05
215 Air Forces, Moments, and Damping on Model
of Fleet Airship Shenandoah. By A. F.
Zahm, R. H. Smith, and F. A. Louden.
(Eleventh Annual, 1925)------------------- .15
223 Pressure Distribution on the C-7 Airship. By
J. W. Crowley, jr., and S. J. DeFrance.
(Eleventh Annual, 1925)------------------- 15
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No. Title Price

291 Drag of C-Class Airship Hulls of Various Fine-
ness Ratios. By A. F. Zahm, R. H. Smith,
and F. A. Louden. (Fourteenth Annual, 1928) $0. 10
318 Speed and Deceleration Trials of U. S. S. Los
Angeles, September, 1927. By S. J. DeFrance
and C. P. Burgess. (Fifteenth Annual, 1929)_ .10
324 Flight Tests on U. S. S. Los Angeles. Part I.
Full-Scale Pressure Distribution Investigation.
By S. J. DeFrance. (Fifteenth Annual, 1929)_ 15
325 Flight Tests on U. S. S. Los Angeles. Part II.
Stress and Strength Determination. By C.
P. Burgess. (Fifteenth Annual, 1929)--------. 15
333 Full-Scale Turning Characteristics of the U. S. S.
Los Angeles. By F. L. Thompson. (Fifteenth
Annual, 1929)---------------------------- .10
394 Airship Model Tests in the Variable Density
Wind Tunnel. By Ira H. Abbott. (Seven-
teenth Annual, 1931)---------------------- .20
397 The Drag Characteristics of Several Airships
Determined by Deceleration Tests. By F. L.
Thompson and H. W. Kirschbaum. (Seven-
teenth Annual, 1931)---------------------- .10
405 Application of Practical Hydrodynamics to Air-
ship Design. By R. H. Upson and W. A.
Klikoff. (Eighteenth Annual, 1932) -------- 15
430 Measurements of Flow in the Boundary Layer
a 1/40-Scale Model of the U. S. Airship
"Akron." By Hugh B. Freeman. (Eight-
eenth Annual, 19321)----------------------- .05
432 Force Measurements on a 1/40-Scale Model of
the U. S. Airship "Akron." By Hugh B.
Freeman. (Eighteenth Annual, 1932) ------- .05
443 Pressure-Distribution Measurements on the
Hull and Fins of a 1/40-Scale Model of the
U. S. Airship "Akron." By Hugh B. Free-
man. (Nineteenth Annual, 1933)----------- .05
451 The Drag of Two Streamline Bodies as Affected
by Protuberances and Appendages. By Ira
H. Abbott. (Nineteenth Annual, 1933)----- .05


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AUTOGIROS

No. Title Price

434 Lift and Drag Characteristics and Gliding Per-
formance of an Autogiro as Determined in
Flight. By John B. Wheatley. (Eighteenth
Annual, 1932) ----------------------------$0.05
475 Wing Pressure Distribution and Rotor-Blade
Motion of an Autogiro as Determined in
Flight. By John B. Wheatley. (Twentieth
Annual. 1934)---------------------------- .05

ENGINES AND ACCESSORIES

1 7 Thermodynamic Efficiency of Present Types of
Internal Combustion Engines for Aircraft.
By Columbia University. (First Annual, 1915) ------
Part 1. Review of the Development of
Engines Suitable for Aeronautic Service.
Part 2. Aero Engines Analyzed with Refer-
ence to Elements of Process or Function.
1 10 Mufflers for Aeronautic Engine. By H. Die-
derichlis and 0. B. Upton. (Second Annual,
1916)-----------------------------------------
11 Carburetor Design-A Preliminary Study of the
State of the Art. By Charles Edward Lucke,
assisted by Friedrich Otto Willhofft. (Sec-
ond Annual, 1916)-------------------------------
1 23 Aeronauitic Power-Plant Investigations. By the
Subcommittee on Power Plants. jThird
Annual, 1917)--------------------------------
Part 1. Performance of Aeronautic Engines
at IHigh Altitudes.
Part 2. Radiator Design.
Part 3. Spark Plugs.
3 24 Air Flow through Poppe)I)t Valves. By G. W.
Lewis and E. M. Nutting. (Fourth Annual,
1918)-------------------------------------
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ENGINES AND ACCESSORIES-Continued

No. Title Price

943 Synopsis of Aeronautic Radiator Investigations
for the years 1917 and 1918. By R. V. Klein-
schmidt. (Fourth Annual, 1918)----------- ------
345 Effect of Compression Ratio, Pressure, Tem-
perature, and Humidity on Power. (Fourth
Annual, 1918)----------------------------------
Part 1. Variation of Horsepower with Al-
titude and Compression Ratio. By
H. C. Dickinson, W. S. James, and G. V.
Anderson.
Part 2. Value of Supercharging. By H. C:
Dickinson and G. V. Anderson.
Part 3. Variation of Horsepower with
Temperature. By H. C. Dickinson,
W. S. James, and G. V. Anderson.
Part 4. Influence of Water Injection on En-
gine Performance. By V. W. Brinkerhoff.
146 A Study of Airplane Engine Tests. By V. R.
Gage. (Fourth Annual, 1918)-------------------
S48 Carbureting Conditions Characteristic of Air-
craft Engines. By P. S. Tice. (Fourth
Annual, 1918) --------------------- ------
349 Metering Characteristics of Carburetors. By
P. S. Tice. (Fourth Annual, 1918)-------------
S51 Spark-Plug Defects and Tests. (Fifth Annual,
1919)-----------------------------------------
Part 1. Causes of Failure of Spark Plugs.
By F. B. Silsbee.
Part 2. Gas Leakage in Spark Plugs. By
L. Sawyer.
Part 3. Methods for Tests of Spark Plugs.
By H. C. Dickinson.
52 Temperatures in Spark Plugs having Steel and
Brass Shells. By C. S. Cragoe. (Fifth Annual,
1919)--------------------------------- $0. 05
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Properties and Preparation of Ceramic Insula-
tors for Spark Plugs. (Fifth Annual, 1919)--....
Part 1. Methods of Measuring Resistance
of Insulators at High Temperatures.
By F. B. Silsbee and R. K. Honaman.
Part 2. Electrical Resistance of Various In-
sulating Materials at High Temperatures.
By R. K. Honaman and E. L. Fonseca.
Part 3. Preparation and Composition of
Ceramic Bodies for Spark-Plug Insula-
tors. By A. V. Bleininger.
Part 4. Cements for Spark-Plug Elcctrodes.
By H. F. Staley.
Effect of Temperature and Pressure on the
Sparking Voltage. By F. B. Silsbee and L.
B. Loeb. (Fifth Annual, 1919)--------
Investigation of the Muffling Problem for Air-
plane Engines. By G. B. Upton and V. R.
Gage. (Fifth Annual, 1919) -------....-
Heat Energy of Various Ignition Sparks. (Fifth
Annual, 1919) -------------------
Part 1. Method of Measuring Heat Energy
of Ignition Sparks. By F. B. Silsbee, L.
B. Loeb, and E. L. Fonseca.
Part 2. Measurement of Heat Energy per
Spark of Various Ignition Systems. By
B. Silsbee and E. L. Fonseca.
The Subsidiary Gap as a Means for Improving
Ignition. By W. S. Gorton. (Fifth Annual,
1919)----------------------------
Characteristics of High-Tension Magnetos.
(Fifth Annual, 1919)
Part 1. Cycle of Operation of Jump-Spark
Ignition Systems. By F. B. Silsbee.
Part 2. Transformation Ratio and Coupling
in High-Tension Magnetos. By F. B.
Silsbee.
General Analysis of Airplane Radiator Problems.
By H. C. Dickinson, W. S. James, and R. V.
Kleinschmidt. (Fifth Annual, 1919)...


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No. Title Price

60 General Discussion of Test Methods for Radi-
ators. By H. C. Dickinson, W. S. James, and
W. B. Brown. (Fifth Annual, 1919)-------- $0. 10
61 Head Resistance Due to Radiators. (Fifth
Annual, 1919)---------------------------- .10
Part 1. Head Resistance of Radiator Cores.
By R. V. Kleinschmidt and S. R. Parsons.
Part 2. Preliminary "Report on Resistance
Due to Nose Radiator. By R. V. Klein-
schmidt.
Part 3. Effect of Streamline Casing for
Free Air Radiators. By S. R. Parsons.
62 Effect of Altitude on Radiator Performance.
By W. S. James and S. R. Parsons. (Fifth
Annual, 1919)---------------------------- .10
63 Results of Tests on Radiators for Aircraft En-
gines. (Fifth Annual, 1919)--------------- .10
Part 1. Heat Dissipation of Radiators. By
H. C. Dickinson, W. S. James, and R. V.
Kleinschmidt.
Part 2. Water Flow through Radiator
Cores. By W. S. James.
86 Properties of Special Types of Radiators. By
S. R. Parsons. (Sixth Annual, 1920)-------- .10
3 87 Effects of Nature of Cooling Surface on Radiator
Performance. By S. R. Parsons and R. V.
Kleinschmidt. (Sixth Annual, 1920)------------
88 Pressure Drop in Radiator Air Tubes. By S. R.
Parsons. (Sixth Annual, 1920)------------- .05
3 101 The Calculated Performance of Airplanes
Equipped with Supercharging Engines. By
E. C. Kemble. (Sixth Annual, 1920)-------------
3 102 Performance of a Liberty 12 Airplane Engine.
By S. W. Sparrow and H. S. White. (Sixth
Annual, 1920)---------------------------------
8103 Performance of a 300-horsepower Hispano-
Suiza Airplane Engine. By S. W. Sparrow
and H. S. White. (Sixth Annual, 1920) ------------
106 Turbulence in the Air Tubes of Radiators for
Aircraft Engines. By S. R. Parsons. (Sixth
Annual. 1920)--------------------------- .05
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3108 Some Factors of Airplane Engine Performance.
By Victor R. Gage. (Sixth Annual, 1920)----
1 123 Simplified Theory of the Magneto. By F. B.
Silsbee. (Seventh Annual, 1921) -----
3 134 Performance of Maybach 300-horsepower Air-
plane Engine. By S. W. Sparrow. (Eighth
Annual, 1922)----------------- ---
3135 Performance of B. M. W. 185-horsepower Air-
plane Engine. By S. W. Sparrow. (Eighth
Annual, 1922)---------------------
3158 Mathematical Equations for Head Conduction
in the Fins of Air-Cooled Engines. By D. R.
Harper and W. G. Brown. (Eighth Annual,
1922) --------------------- -----
3 159 Jet Propulsion for Airplanes. By Edgar Buck-
ingham. (Ninth Annual, 1923)---- ------
3171 Engine Performance and the Determination of
Absolute Ceiling. By Walter S. Diehl.
(Ninth Annual, 1923)- --------------
3 179 The Effect of Electrode Temperature on the
Sparking Voltage of Short Spark Gaps. By
F. B. Silsbee. Ninth Annual, 1923)--
187 Flame Speed and Spark Intensity. By D. W.
Randolph and F. B. Silsbee. (Tenth Annual,
1924)--------------------------
3 189 Relation of Fuel-Air Ratio to Engine Perform-
ance. By Stanwood W. Sparrow. (Tenth
Annual, 1924) -------------------------
$190 Correcting Horsepower Measurements to a
Standard Temperature. By Stanwood W.
Sparrow. jTenth Annual, 1924)..... .
202 Thie Sparking Voltage of Spark Plugs. By F. B.
Silsbee. (Tenth Annual, 1924)--$--------- 0. 05
205 The Effect of Changcs in Compression Ratio
upon Engine Performance. By Stanwood
W. Sparrow. (Tenth Annual, 1924)-------- .10
222 Spray Pelnetration with a Siniple Fuel Injection
Nozzle. By IHarold E. Miller and Edward G.
Beardsley. (Eleventh Annual, 1925)-------- .05
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Aeron:iii icid I rilIligrnc', N ati(oial,] Advisory (C'uminitie for Aeronraut fus, nnd in
the lirhiries of 1irg. (I oIc.,
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ENGINES AND ACCESSORIES-Continued


No. Title Price

224 An Investigation of the Coefficient of Discharge
of Liquids through Small Round Orifices.
By W. F. Joachim. (Eleventh Annual, 1925)_ $0. 05
230 Description and Laboratory Tests of a Roots
Type Aircraft Engine Supercharger. By
MarsdenWare. (Eleventh Annual, 1925)--...-- .10
3239 Power Output and Air Requirements of a Two-
Stroke Cycle Engine for Aeronautical Use.
By C. R. Paton and Carlton Kemper.
(Twelfth Annual, 1926)-------------------
241 Electrical Characteristics of Spark Generators
for Automotive Ignition. By R. B. Brode,
D. W. Randolph, and F. B. Silsbee. (Twelfth
Annual, 1926)---------------------------- .15
243 A Preliminary Study of Fuel Injection and Com-
pression Ignition as Applied to an Aircraft
Engine Cylinder. By Arthur W. Gardiner.
(Twelfth Annual, 1926)-------------------- .10
250 Description of the N. A. C. A. Universal Test
Engine and some Test Results. By Marsden
Ware. (Twelfth Annual, 1926)------------ .10
252 The Direct Measurement of Engine Power on an
Airplane in Flight with a Hub Type Dyna-
mometer. By W. D. Gove and M. W. Green.
(Twelfth Annual, 1926)-------------------- 10
258 Some Factors Affecting the Reproducibility of
Penetration and the Cut-Off of Oil Sprays for
Fuel Injection Engines. By E. G. Beardsley.
(Thirteenth Annual, 1927)- ----------------- 05
'261 Resistance and Cooling Power of Various Radia-
tors. By R. H. Smith. (Thirteenth Annual,
1927)----------------------
262 Friction of Aviation Engines. By S. W. Spar-
row and M. A. Thorne. (Thirteenth Annual,
1927)------------------------------------ .10
263 Preliminary Flight Tests of the N. A. C. A.
Roots Type Aircraft Engine Supercharger.
By Arthur W. Gardiner and Elliott G. Reid.
(Thirteenth Annual, 1927)----------------- 10
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ENGINES AND ACCESSORIES-Continued

No. Title Price

268 Factors in the Design of Centrifugal Type In-
jection Valves for Oil Engines. By W. F.
Joachim and E. G. Beardsley. (Thirteenth
Annual, 1927)---------------------------- $0.10
272 The Relative Performance Obtained with Several
Methods of Control of an Overcompressed
Engine Using Gasoline. By Arthur W. Gar-
diner and William E. Whedon. (Thirteenth
Annual, 1927)------------------- -- 10
274 The N. A. C. A. Photographic Apparatus for
Studying Fuel Sprays from Oil Engine Injec-
tion Valves and Test Results from Several
Researches. By Edward G. Beardsley.
(Thirteenth Annual, 1927).---------- 10
276 Combustion Time in the Engine Cylinder and
Its Effect on Engine Performance. By
Charles F. Marvin, jr. (Thirteenth Annual,
1927)--------------------------- --------- .10
277 The Comparative Performance of an Aviation
Engine at Normal and High Inlet Air Tem-
peratures. By Arthur W. Gardiner and Oscar
Schey. (thirteenth Annual, 1927) -------. 10
280 The Gaseous Explosive Reaction-The Effect of
Inert Gases. By F. W. Stevens. (Thirteenth
Annual, 1927)---------------------------- .10
281 The Effects of Fuel and Cylinder Gas Densities
on the Characteristics of Fuel Sprays for Oil
Engines. By W. F. Joachim and Edward G.
Beardsley. (Thirteenth Annual, 1927)__ 10
3282 Tlhe Performance of Several Combustion Cham-
bers Designed for Aircraft Oil Engines. By
William F. Joachim and Carlton Kemper.
(Thirteenth Annual, 1927) ----------....
283 A Preliminary Investigation of Supercharging an
Air-Cooled Engine in Flight. By Marsden
Ware and Oscar W. Schey. (Fourteenth
Annual. 1928).--..-------------------------- 10
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27

ENGINES AND ACCESSORIES-Continued

No. Title Price

284 The Comparative Performance of Roots Type
Aircraft Engine Superchargers as Affected by
Change in Impeller Speed and Displacement.
By Marsden Ware and Ernest E. Wilson.
(Fourteenth Annual, 1928)-----------------1 $0. 10
294 The Measurement of Maximum Cylinder Pres-
sures. By Chester W. Hicks. (Fourteenth
Annual, 1928)--------------------------- .15
295 The Variation in Engine Power with Altitude
Determined from Measurements with a Hub
I Dynamometer. By W. D. Gove. (Four-
S teenth Annual, 1928)---------------------- 10
303 An Investigation of the Use of Discharge Valves
and an Intake Control for Improving the Per-
formance of N. A. C. A. Roots Type Super-
charger. By Oscar W. Schey and Ernest E.
S Wilson. (Fourteenth Annual, 1928) --- ----- .10
313 Drag and Cooling with Various Forms of Cowl-
ing for a "Whirlwind" Radial Air-Cooled
Engine-I. By Fred E. Weick. (Fifteenth
Annual, 1929)---------------------------- .15
314 Drag and Cooling with Various Forms of Cowl-
Sing for a "Whirlwind" Radial Air-Cooled
Engine-LI. By Fred E. Weick. (Fifteenth
Annual, 1929)---------------------------- .20
327 The Effect of Supercharger Capacity on Engine
and Airplane Performance. By C. W. Schey
and W. D. Gove. (Fifteenth Annual, 1929).- 10
330 Experimental and Analytical Determination of
the Motion of Hydraulically Operated Valve
Stems in Oil Engine Injection Systems. By
A. G. Gellales and A. M. Rothrock. (Fifteenth
Annual, 1929)----------------------------. 10
332 The Effect of Cowling on Cylinder Tempera-
tures and Performance of a Wright J-5 En-
gine. By Oscar W. Schey and Arnold E.
Biermann. (Fifteenth Annual, 1929)------- .15
341 The Design and Development of an Automatic
Injection Valve with an Annular Orifice of
Varying Area. By William F. Joachim,
Chester W. Hicks and Hampton W. Foster.
(Sixteenth Annual, 1930) --------------- 10








28


ENGINES AND ACCESSORIES-Continued

No. Title Price

355 Comparative Flight Performance with an N. A.
C. A. Roots Supercharger and a Turbocen-
trifugal Supercharger. By Oscar W. Schev
and Alfred W. Young. (Sixteenth Annual,
1930) ----------------------------------- $0. 10
359 An Investigation of the Effectiveness of Ign'tion
Sparks. By Melville F. Peters, Wayne L.
Suiiinerville, and Merlin Davis. (Sixteenth
Annual, 1930)--------------------- .10
363 Pressure Fluctuation in a Common-Rail Fuel
Injection System. By A. M. Rothrock.
(Sixteenith Annual, 1930) ------------------- 10
373 Coefficients of Discharge of Fuel Injection Noz-
zles for Compression-Ignition Engines. By
A. G. Gelalles. (Seventeenth Annual, 1931)_-- .10
374 The Automtotive Ignition Coil. By T. H. Dar-
1nell. Note by F. B. Silshee. (Seventeenth
Annual, 1931) -------------------------- .25
384 The Comnparative Performance of Superchargers.
By Oscar W. Sche\- (Seventeenth Annual,
1931)----------------------------------- .05
390 The E':ffe(t. of \'Val e Timing upon the Perform-
ance of a Supercharged Engine at Altitude and
an Unsupercharged Engimne at Sea Level. By
Oscar W. Schey and Arnold E. Biermann.
(Seventeenth Annual, 1931)---------------- .10
396 Hlydraulics of Fuel Injection Putmps for Coin-
pression-Ignition Engines. By A. M. Roth-
rock. (Seventeenth Annual, 1931)---------- .25
399 Flamnte Movement and Pressure Development in
an Engine Cylinder. By Charles F. Marvin
and Robert 1). Best. (Seventeenth Annual,
1931)----------------------------------- .10
401 Combustion in High-Speed Compression-Igni-
tion Engine. By A. M. Rothrock. (Eight-
eenth Annual, 1932) ---------------------- 15
402 Effect of Orifice Length-Diameter Ratio on Fuel
Sprays for Compression-Ignition Engine. By
A. G. Gelalles. (Eighteenth Annual, 1932).- .15
403 Ice Prevention on Aircraft by Means of Engine
Exhaust Iteat and a Technical Study of Heat
Transmission from a Clark Y Airfoil. By
Theodore Thcodorsen & Williamt C. Clay.
(Eighteenth Annual, 1932) .-----------.---- 20








29

ENGINES AND ACCESSORIES-Continued

No. Title Price

404 The Effect of Increased Carburetor Pressure on
Engine Performance at Several Compression
Ratios. By Oscar W. Schey and Vern G.
Rollin. (Eighteenth Annual, 1932) -------- $0. 10
409 The Elimination of Fire Hazard due to Back-
Fires. Theodore Theodorsen and Ira M.
Freeman. (Eighteenth Annual, 1932) ---------. 10
414 The Effect on Airplane Performance of Several
Types of Low-Drag Cowling for Radial Air-
Cooled Engines. By Wm. H. McAvoy,
Oscar W. Schey, and Alfred W. Young.
(Eighteenth Annual, 1932)------------------ .20
425 The Effect of Nozzle Design and Operation Con-
ditions on the Atomization and Distribution
of Fuel Sprays. By Dana W. Lee. (Eight-
eenth Annual, 1932) ----------------------- 10
426 The Effect of Humidity on Engine Power at
Altitude. By D. B. Brooks and E. A. Gar-
lock. (Eighteenth Annual, 1932)----------- .05
429 The N. A. C. A. Apparatus for Studying the For-
mation and Combustion of Fuel Sprays and
the Results from Preliminary Tests. By
A. M. Rothrock. (Eighteenth Annual, 1932)_ 10
433 Rates of Fuel Discharge as Affected by the De-
sign of Fuel-Injection Systems for Internal-
Combustion Engines. By A. G. Gelalles and
E. T. Marsh. (Eighteenth Annual, 1932)--- 05
435 Fuel Vaporization and its Effect on Combustion
in a High-Speed Compression-Ignition Engine.
By A. M. Rothrock and C. D. Waldron.
(Eighteenth Annual, 1932)----------------- 10
438 Experiments on the Distribution of Fuel in Fuel
Sprays. By Dana W. Lee. (Eighteenth An-
nual, 1932)------------------------------- 10
440 The Mechanism of Atomization Accompanying
Solid Injection. By R. A. Castleman, Jr.
(Eighteenth Annual, 1932)------------------ .05
454 Photomicrographic Studies of Fuel Sprays. By
Dana W. Lee and Robert C. Spencer. (Nine-
teenth Annual, 1933) ---------------------- .10








30

ENGINES AND ACCESSORIES-Continued

No. Title Price

455 Penetration and Duration of Fuel Sprays from a
Pump Injection System. By A. M. Rothrock
and E. T. Marsh. (Nineteenth Annual, 1933) $0. 05
469 Increasing the Air Charge and Scavenging the
Clearance Volume of a Compression-Ignition
Engine. By J. A. Spanogle, C. W. Hicks, and
H. H. Foster. (Nineteenth Annual, 1933).. .05
471 Performance of a Fuel-Injection Spark-Ignition I
Engine Using a Hydrogenated Safety Fuel.
Bv Oscar W. Scliev and Alfred W. Young.
(Nineteenth Annual, 1933)----------------- .05
477 Effect of isco)sity on Fuel Leakage between
Lapped Plungers and Sleeves and on the Dis-
charge from a Punmp-Injection System. Bv
A. M. Rutlhrock and E. T. Marsh. (Tweentieth
Aniinmil. 1934)------------------------------

FUELS

3 42 A New Process for tile Production of Aircraft-
Engine Fuels. By Auguste Jean Paris, jr.,and
W. Francklyn Paris. (Fourth Annual, 1918)__ -....
347 Power Characteristics of Fuels for Aircraft!
Engines. (Fourth Annual, 1918)-----------------
Part 1. Power Characteristics of Aviation
Gasoline. By E. W. Roberts.
Part 2. Power Characteristics of Sumatra
and Borneo Gasolines. By E. W. Roberts.
Part 3. Power Characteristics of 20 per
cent Benzol Mixtures. By E. W. Roberts.
9SO Comparison of Alcogas Aviation Fuel with
Export Aviation Gasoline. By V. R. Gage,
S. \V. Sparrow, and D. RI. Harper. (Sixth
Annual, 1920) --------------------------- $0.05
90 Cormparison of IHector Fuel with Export Aviation
Gasoline. By H. C. Dickinson, V. R. Gage,
and S. W. Sparrow. (Sixth Annual, 1920)--- .05
232 Fuels for High-Compression Engines. Bv Stan-
wood W. Sparrow. (Eleventh Annual, 1925). 10
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No.

305

321


337


372



476


GASES


The Ferrosilicon Process for the Generation of
Hydrogen. By E. R. Weaver, W. M. Berry, i
V. L. Bohnson, and B. D. Gordon. (Fourth
Annual, 1918)------ ----------
Testing of Balloon Gas. By Junius David
Edwards. (Fourth Annual, 1918)-- ----


HELICOPTERS

Stability of the Parachute and Helicopter. By
H. Bateman. (Fifth Annual, 1919)--------- -----


Title

The Gaseous Explosive Reaction-A Study of
the Kinetics of Composite Fuels. By F. W.
Stevens. (Fourteenth Annual, 1928)--------
Fuel Vapor Pressures and Their Relation to the
Preparation of Fuel for Combustion in Fuel
Injection Engines. By W. F. Joachim and
A.M. Rothrock. (Fifteenth Annual, 1929)....--
The Gaseous Explosive Reaction at Constant
Pressure-The Reaction Order and Reaction
Rate. By F. W. Stevens. (Sixteenth Annual,
1930) ---------------------------
The Gaseous Explosive Reaction: The Effect of
Pressure on the Rate of Propagation of the
Reaction Zone and upon the Rate of Molecular
Transformation, ByF. W. Stevens. (Seven-
teenth Annual, 1931)__
Relation of Hydrogen and Methane to Carbon
Monoxide in Exhaust Gases from Internal-
Combustion Engines. By Harold C. Gerrish
and Arthur M. Tessmann. (Twentieth An-
nual, 1934)-----------------------


Price



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.10


.15



.05


40


41


80


$0. 15

.05


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No.

116

405


470


32

HYDRODYNAMICS

Title

Applications of Modern Hydrodynamics to
Aeronautics. By L. Prandtl. (Seventh
Annual, 1921)--------------
Application of Practical Hydrodynamics to Air-
ship Design. By R. H. Upson and W. A.
Klikoff. (Eighteenth Annual, 1932) ------
The N. A. C. A. Tank-A High-Speed Towing
Basin for Testing Models of Seaplane Floats.
By Starr Truscott. (Nineteenth Annual,
1933)------------------------------------


Price


$0. 10


.10


INSTRUMENTS

12 Investigation of Pitot Tubes. (First Annual,
1915)----------------------------
Part 1. The Pitot Tube and Other Ane-
mometers for Airplanes. By W. H.
Herschel.
Part 2. The Theory of the Pitot and Ven-
turi Tubes. By E. Buckingham.
18 General Specifications Covering Requirements
of Aeronautic Instruments. By National
Advisory Committee for Aeronautics. (Sec-
ond Annual, 1916)---------------------------
31 Development of Air Speed Nozzles. By A. F.
Zahm. (Fourth Annual, 1918)------------- $0. 10
32 The Airplane Tensiometer. By L. J. Larson.
(Fourth Annual, 1918)--------------------- .05
50 Calculation of Low Pressure Indicator Dia-
grams. By E. C. Kemnble. (Fourth Annual,
1918)---------------------------- .05
81 Comparison of U. S. and British Standard
Pitot-Static Tubes. By A. F. Zahm and R. H.
Smith. (Fifth Annual, 1919)--------------- .05
94 The Efficiency of Small Bearings in Instruments
of the Type Used in Aircraft. By F. H.
Norton. (Sixth Annual, 1920)-------------- .05
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33

INSTR U M ENTS-Continued

No. Title Price

99 Acceleration in Flight. By F. H. Norton and
E. T. Allen. (Sixth Annual, 1920)---------- $0.10
a 100 Accelerometer Design. By F. H. Norton and
Edward P. Warner. (Sixth Annual, 1920)
3107 A High-Speed Engine Pressure Indicator of the
Balanced Diaphragm Type. By H. C. Dick-
inson and F. B. Newell. (Sixth Annual, 1920) -------
8 110 The Altitude Effect on Air Speed Indicators.
By M. D. Hersey, F. L. Hunt, and H. N.
Eaton. (Sixth Annual, 1920)---------------
125 Aeronautic Instruments: Section I-General
Classification of Instruments and Problems,
Including Bibliography. By Bureau of
Standards. (Seventh Annual, 1921)--------- .05
126 Aeronautic Instruments: Section II-Altitude
Instruments. By Bureau of Standards.
(Seventh Annual, 1921)-------------------- .25
Part 1. Altimeters and Barographs.
Part 2. Precision Altimeter Design.
Part 3. Statiscopes and Rate-of-Climb In-
dicators.
Part. 4. Aerographs and Strut Thermome-
ters.
127 Aeronautic Instruments: Section III-Aircraft
Speed Instruments. By Bureau of Stand-
ards. (Seventh Annual, 1921)--------------- 10
Part 1. Air Speed Indicators.
Part 2. Testing of Air Speed Meters.
Part 3. Principles of Ground-Speed Instru-
ments.
128 Aeronautic Instruments: Section IV-Direc-
tion Instruments. By Bureau of Standards.
(Seventh Annual, 1921)--------------------- .25
Part 1. Inclinometers and Banking Indi-
cators.
Part 2. The Testing and Use of Magnetic
Compasses for Airplanes.
Part 3. Aircraft Compasses- Description
and Classification.
Part 4. Turn Indicators.
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INSTRUMENTS-Continued

No. Title Price

3 129 Aeronautic Instruments. Section V-Power-
Plant Instruments. By Bureau of Stand-
ards. (Seventh Annual, 1921)____
Part 1. Airplane Tachometers.
Part 2. Testing of Airplane Tachometers.
Part 3. Thermometers for Aircraft Engines.
Part 4. Air-Pressure and Oil-Pressure
Gages.
Part 5. Gasoline-Depth Gages and Flow
Meters for Aircraft.
130 Aeronautic Instruments: Section VI-Oxygen
Instruments. By Bureau of Standards.
(Seventh Annual, 1921)------------------ $0. 10
131 Aeronautic Instruments: Section VII-Aerial
Navigation Instruments. By Bureau of
Standards. (Seventh Annual, 1921) ---- .10
132 Aeronautic Instruments: Section VIII-Recent
Developments and Outstanding Problems.
By Bureau of Standards. (Seventh Annual,
1921)-------------- ---------------------..- 05
3 156 The Altitude Effect of Air Speed Indicators-II.
By H. N. Eaton and W. A. McNair. (Eighth
Annual, 1922)--------- ------- ----
3 160 An Airship Slide Rule. By E. R. Weaver and
S. F. Pickering. (Ninth Annual, 1923)-----------
3 165 Diaphragms for Aeronautic Instruments. By
M. D. Hersey. (Ninth Annual, 1923)----------
3166 The Aerodynamic Plane Table. By A. F.
Zahm. (Ninth Annual, 1923) -------------
176 A Constant-Pressure Bomb. By F. W. Stevens.
(Ninth Annual, 1923)---------------------- .05
198 Astronomical Methods in Aerial Navigation.
By K. Hilding Beij. (Tenth Annual, 1924)-- 15
199 Interference Tests on an N. A. C. A. Pitot Tube.
By Elliott G. Reid. (Tenth Annual, 1924)-- 05
3 206 Nonmetallic Diaphragms for Instruments. Bv
I1. N. Eaton and C. T. Buckinghanm. (Tenth
Annual, 1924)---------------------------------
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INSTRUMENTS-Continued

No. Title Price

264 Differential Pressures on a Pitot-Venturi and a
Pitot-Static Nozzle over 360 Pitch and Yaw.
By R. M. Bear. (Thirteenth Annual, 1927)-- $0. 05
270 The Measurement of Pressure Through Tubes
in Pressure Distribution Tests. By Paul E.
Hemke. (Thirteenth Annual, 1927)--------- 10
299 Investigation of Damping Liquids for Aircraft
Instruments. By G. H. Keulegan. (Four-
teenth Annual, 1928)--------------------- 10
310 Pressure Element of Constant Logarithmic
Stiffness for Temperature Compensated Alti-
meter. By W. G. Brombacher and F. I
Cordero. (Fifteenth Annual, 1929)--------- 10
320 The Measurement of Fluctuations of Air Speed
by the Hot Wire Anemometer. By H. L.
Dryden and A. M. Keuthe. (Fifteenth An-
nual, 1929)----------------------------- 15
358 Temperature Coefficient of the Modulus of
Rigidity of Aircraft Instrument Diaphragm
and Spring Materials. By W. G. Brom-
bacher and E. R. Melton. (Sixteenth Annual,
1930)------------------------------------ .10
371 Present Status of Aircraft Instruments. By
the Subcommittee on Air Navigation In-
struments. (Seventeenth Annual, 1931)----- .15
388 Pressure Cell Investigation. By Theodore
Theodorsen. (Seventeenth Annual, 1931) ...---- 10
398 Investigation of Damping Liquids for Aircraft
Instruments-II. By M. R. Houseman and
H. W. Kirschbaum. (Seventeenth Annual,
1931)------------------------------------ .15
420 Aircraft Speed Instruments. By K. Hilding
Beij. (Eighteenth Annual, 1932)------- .----- 10
448 Improved Apparatus for the Measurement of
Fluctuations of Air Speed in Turbulent Flow.
By W. C. Mock, jr., and H. L. Dryden.
(Nineteenth Annual, 1933) ----------------- 10
466 Aircraft Power-Plant Instruments. By Har-
court Sontag and W. G. Brombacher. (Nine-
teenth Annual, 1933)---------------------- 15










MATERIALS

No. Title Price

15 Relative Worth of Improvements on Fabrics.
Bv the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.
(First Annual, 1915)------------------ ------
1 6 Investigations of Balloon and Airplane Fabrics.
(First Annual, 1915) ----------- -- ----
Part 1. Balloon and Airplane Fabrics. By
Willis A. Gibbons and Omar H. Smith.
Part. 2. Skin Friction of Various Surfaces
in Air. By Willis A. Gibbons.
1 16 The Stretching of the Fabric and the Deforma-
tion of the Envelope in Nonrigid Balloons.
(Third Annual, 1917)-----------------------
Part 1. The Stretching of the Fabric and
the Shape of the Envelope. By Rudolf
Haas.
Part 2. The Deformation of the Envelope
of the Siemens-Schuckert Airships.
By Alexander Dietzius.
1 22 Fabrics for Aeronautic Construction. By Sub-
committee on Standardization and Investi-
gation of Materials. (Third Annual, 1917)
Part 1. Cotton Airplane Fabrics.
Part 2. Balloon Fabrics.
$33 Self-Luminous Materials. Bv N. E. Dorsev.
(Fourth Annual, 1918) -------------------
1 34 Aluminum and Its Light Alloys. By Paul D.
Merica. (Fourth Annual, 1918)---------------
1 36 The Structure of Airplane Fabrics. By E.
Dean Walen. (Fourth Annual, 1918)
3 37 Fabric Fastenings. By E. Dean Walen and R.
T. Fisher. (Fourth Annual, 1918)--------------
1 38 Airplane Dopes and Doping. By W. H. Smith.
(Fourth Annual, 1918)--------------------------
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Aeronautical Intelligence, National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, and in
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MATERIALS-Continued

No. Title Price

39 The Testing of Balloon Fabrics. By Junius
David Edwards and Irwin L. Moore.
(Fourth Annual, 1918)--------------------- $0.05
i Part 1. Characteristic Exposure Tests of
Balloon Fabrics.
Part 2. Use of Ultra-Violet Light for Test-
ing Balloon Fabrics.
S65 The Kiln Drying of Woods for Airplanes. By
Harry D. Tieman. (Fifth Annual, 1919)---- ------
S66 Glues Used in Airplane Parts. By S. W. Allen
and T. R. Truax. (Fifth Annual, 1919) ------
3 67 Supplies and Production of Aircraft Woods. 1
By W. N. Sparhawk. (Fifth Annual, 1919)-- ------
68 The Effect of Kiln Drying on the Strength of
Airplane Woods. By T. R. C. Wilson. (Fifth
Annual, 1919)---------------------------- 15
3 84 Data on the Design of Plywood for Aircraft.
By Armin Elinendorf. (Sixth Annual, 1920)
3 85 Moisture Resistant Finishes for Airplane Woods.
By M. E. Dunlap. (Sixth Annual, 1920)- -
248 The Corrosion of Magnesium and of the Mag-
nesium Aluminum Alloys Containing Manga-
nese. ByJ.A.Boyer. (Twelfth Annual, 1926)-_ .20
354 Aircraft Woods: Their Properties, Selection,
and Characteristics. By L. J. Markwardt.
(Sixteenth Annual, 1930)------------------- 20

METEOROLOGY

1 4 Preliminary Report on the Problem of the At-
mosphere in Relation to Aeronautics. By
Charles F. Marvin. (First Annual, 1915)_------
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Aeronautical Intelligence, National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, and in
the libraries of large cities.
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METEOROLOGY-Continued

No. Title Price

13 Meteorology and Aeronautics. By Win. R.
Blair. (Third Annual, 1917)------------- $0. 10
Part 1. Physical Properties and Dynamics
of the Atmosphere.
Part 2. Topographic and Climatic Factors
in Relation to Aeronautics.
Part 3. Current Meteorology and Its Use.
' 147 Standard Atmosphere. By Willis Ray Gregg.
(Eighth Annual, 1922)----- ---- .
1216 The Reduction of Airplane Flight-Test Data to
Standard Atmosphere Conditions. By Wal-
ter S. Diehl and E. P. Lesley. (Eleventh An-
nual, 1925)-------- ----- ---------- ---
218 Standard Atmosphere-Tables and Data. By
Walter S. Diehl. (Eleventh Annual, 1925)--- 10
245 Meteorological Conditions along Airways. By
W. R. Gregg. (Twelfth Annual, 1926)------- 10
'246 Tables for Calibrating Altimeters and Com-
puting Altitudes Based on the Standard At-
mosphere. By W. G. Brombacher. (Twelfth
Annual, 1926)---------- -----
376 Some Approximate Equations for the Standard
Atmosphere. By Walter S. Diehl. (Seven-
teenth Annual, 1931)--------------------- .15

MISCELLANEOUS

308 Aircraft Accidents-Methods of Analysis. By
the Special Committee on the Nomenclature,
Subdivision, and Classification of Aircraft
Accidents, N. A. C. A. (Fourteenth Annual,
1928)----------------------------------- $0. 10
357 Aircraft Accidents-Method of Analysis. By
the Committee on Aircraft Accidents. (Six-
teenth Annual, 1930)----------------------- 10

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Aeronautics al nicih n( e, Nulional Advi.or3 Committee for Aeronautics, and in
the libraries of la;irge (ities.
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NOMENCLAT U RE


No.

19


1 15


3 25


91

3157


3 240


474


PARACHUTES


S80 Stability of the Parachute and Helicopter. By
H. Bateman. (Fifth Annual, 1919)--------- ------

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the libraries of large cities.
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Title Price

Nomenclature for Aeronautics. By National
Advisory Committee for Aeronautics. (Sec-
ond Annual, 1916)-----------------------------
Nomenclature for Aeronautics. By National
Advisory Committee for Aeronautics. (Third
Annual, 1917)---------------------------------
Nomenclature for Aeronautics. By National
Advisory Committee for Aeronautics. (Fourth
Annual, 1918)---------------------------------
Nomenclature for Aeronautics. By National
Advisory Committee for Aeronautics. (Sixth
Annual, 1920)---------------------------- $0. 15
Nomenclature for Aeronautics. By National
Advisory Committee for Aeronautics. (Eighth
Annual, 1922)----------------------------------
Nomenclature for Aeronautics. By Nation-
al Advisory Committee for Aeronautics.
(Twelfth Annual, 1926)--------------------------
Nomenclature for Aeronautics. By National
Advisory Committee for Aeronautics. (Nine-
teenth Annual, 1933)---------------------- .10
NOTE-Reports 9, 15, 25, 91, 157, and 240
are obsolete.










PROPELLERS


No.


Title


Price


S14 Experimental Research on Air Propellers. Bv
Wm. F. Durand. (Third Annual, 1917)-----
Part 1. The Aerodynamic Laboratory at
Leland Stanford Junior University and
the Equipment Installed with Special
Reference to Tests on Air Propellers.
Part 2. Tests on 48 Model Forms of Air
Propellers, with Analysis and Discussion
of Results and Presentation of the Same
in Graphic Form.
Part 3. A Brief Discussion of the Law of
Similitude as Affecting the Relation Be-
tween the Results Derived from Model
Forms and Those to be Anticipated from
Full-sized Forms.
119 Periodic Stresses in Gyroscopic Bodies-with
Applications to Air Screws. By A. F. Zahim.
(Third Annual, 1917)----------------------
Part 1. The Gyroscopic Particle.
Part 2. Thle Gyroscopic Three-Dimensional
Body.
3 29 The General Theory of Blade Screws. By
George de Bothezat. (Fourth Annual, 1918)
130 Experimental Research on Air Propellers-II.
By Wmn. F. Durand and E. P. Lesley. (Fourth
Annual, 1918)----------------------------
64 Experimental Research on Air Propellers-III.
By Win. F. Durand and E. P. Lesley. (Fifth
Annual, 1919).---------------------------
71 Slip-Stream Corrections in Performance Com-
putation. B, Edward P. Warner. Fifth
Annual, 1919).---------------------------
3 109 Experimental Research on Air Propellers-IV.
By Win. F. Durand and E. P. Lesley. (Sixth
Annual, 1920)---------------------------
113 Tests on Air Propellers in Yaw. By Win. F.
Durand and E. P. Lesley. (Seventh Annual,
1921)----------------------------------


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the libraries i'f Ilirge ci' ie
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PROPELLERS-Continued

No. Title Price

141 Experimental Research on Air Propellers-V.
By Win. F. Durand and E. P. Lesley. (Eighth
I Annual, 1922) ---------------------------I $0. 15
3 168 The General Efficiency Curve for Air Propellers.
By Walter S. Diehl. (Ninth Annual, 1923)------
3175 Analysis of W. F. Durand's and E. P. Lesley's
Propeller Tests. By Max M. Munk. (Ninth
Annual, 1923)---------------------------------
3 177 The Effect of Slip-Stream Obstructions on Air
Propellers. By E. P. Lesley and B. M.
Woods. (Ninth Annual, 1923)-------------------
3 178 Relative Efficiency of Direct and Geared Drive
SPropellers. By Walter S. Diehl. (Ninth An-
nual, 1923)-------------------------------------
3 183 The Analysis of Free-Flight Propeller Tests and
Its Application to Design. By Max M.
Munk. (Ninth Annual, 1923)------------- :------
3 186 Application of Propeller-Test Data to Design
and Performance Calculations. By Walter
SS. Diehl. (Tenth Annual, 1924)------------------
3 196 Comparison of Model Propeller Tests with the
Airfoil Theory. By W. F. Durand and E. P.
Lesley. (Tenth Annual, 1924) -------------------
220 Comparison of Tests on Airplane Propeller in
Flight with Wind-Tunnel Model Tests on Simi-
lar Forms. By W. F. Durand and E. P. Les-
lev. (Eleventh Annual, 1925)-------------- 15
3235 Interaction between Air Propellers and Airplane
Structures. By W. F. Durand. (Twelfth An-
nual, 1926)- ------------- --- --- -------
237 Tests on Thirteen Navy Type Model Propellers.
By W. F. Durand. (Twelfth Annual, 1926)-- 10
259 Characteristics of Propeller Sections Tested in
the Variable Density Wind Tunnel. By East-
man N. Jacobs. (Thirteenth Annual, 1927)d) 10
292 Characteristics of Five Propellers in Flight.
By J. W. Crowley, jr., and R. E. M\Iixson.
(Fourteenth Annual, 192S)------------------_ 15
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Title


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306

326



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339


340

350



351


375

378


Full Scale Tests of Wood Propellers on a VE-7
Airplane in the Propeller Research Tunnel.
By Fred E. Weick. (Fourteenth Annual,
192S)--------------------
Full Scale Tests on a Thin MAetal Propeller at
Various Tip Speeds. By Fred E. Weick.
(Fourteenth Annual, 1928)------------
Full Scale Wind Tunnel Tests of a Series of
Metal Propellers on a VE-7 Airplane. By
Fred E. Weick. (Fourteenth Annual, 1928)--
Tests of Five Metal Model Propellers with Va-
rious Pitch Distributions in a Free Wind
Stream and in Combination with a Model
VE-7 Fuselage. By E. P. Lesley and Elliott
G. Reid. (Fifteenth Annual, 1929)---------
The Effect of Reduction Gearing on Propeller-
Body Interference as Shown by Full Scale
Wind Tunnel Tests. By Fred E. Weick.
(Sixteenth Annual, 1930)-----------------
Full Scale Wind Tunnel Tests with a Series of
Propellers of Different Diameters on a Single I
Fuselage. By Fred E. Weick. (Sixteenth
Annual, 1930) ------------------------
Full Scale Wind Tunnel Tests on Several Metal
Propellers having Different Blade Forms.1
By Fred E. Weick. (Sixteenth Annual, 1930)_-
Working Charts for the Selection of Aluminum
Alloy Propellers of a Standard Form to
Operate with Various Aircraft Engines and
Bodies. By Fred E. Weick. (Sixteenth
Annual, 1930)--------------------------
Full-Scale Wind Tunnel Tests of a Propeller
with the Diamietcr Changed by Cutting Off
the Blade Tips. By Donald 11. Wood. (Six-
teentlh Anlnual. 1930).-----------------
Tests of Metal Propeller at, High Tip Speeds.
By Donald If. Wood. (Seventeenth Annual,
1931)----------------------------------
A Comparison of Propellers having R. A. F.-6
and Clark Y Airfoil Sections. By HIugh
B. Freeman. (Seventeenth Annual, 1931)___


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PROPELLERS-Continued

No. Title Price

389 The Effect of Small Angles of Yaw and Pitch
on the Characteristics of Airplane Propellers.
By Hugh B. Freeman. (Seventeenth Annual,
1931)------------------------------------ $0. 10
415 Tests of Nacelle-Propeller Combinations in
Various Positions with Reference to Wings.
Part I. Thick Wing-N. A. C. A. Cowled
Nacelle-Tractor Propeller. By Donald H.
Wood. (Eighteenth Annual, 1932) ---------- 10
421 Measurement of the Differential and Total
Thrust and Torque of Six Full-Scale Adjust-
able-Pitch Propellers. By George W. Stickle.
(Eighteenth Annual, 1932)----------------- 10
436 Tests of Nacelle-Propeller Combinations in
Various Positions with Reference to Wings.
Part II-Thick Wing-Various Radial-Engine
Cowlings-Tractor Propeller. By Donald H.
Wood. (Eighteenth Annual, 1932) ---------- 10
447 Static Thrust of Airplane Propellers. By
Walter S. Diehl. (Nineteenth Annual, 1933). 10
462 Tests of Nacelle-Propeller Combinations in
Various Positions with Reference to Wings.
Part III-Clark Y W\ing-r-Various Radial-
Engine Cowlings-Tractor Propeller. By
Donald H. Wood. (Nineteenth Annual,
1933)----------------------------------- .10
464 Negative Thrust and Torque Characteristics of
an Adjustable-Pitch Metal Propeller. By
Edwin P. Hartman. (Nineteenth Annual,
1933)------------------------------------ .05
481 Working Charts for the Determination of Pro-
peller Thrust at Various Air Speeds. By
Edwin P. Hartman------------------------








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SEAPLANES

' 209 Characteristics of a Single-Float Seaplane during
Take-off. By J. W. Crowley, jr., and K. M.
Ronan. (Tenth Annual, 1924)--------------
3226 Characteristics of a Boat-Type Seaplane during
Take-Off. By J. W. Crowley, jr., and K. M.
Ronan. (Eleventh Annual, 1925)----------------
242 Characteristics of a Twin-Float Seaplane during
Take-Off. By John W. Crowley, jr., and K.
M. Ronan. (Twelfth Annual, 1926)-------- $0. 10
290 Water Pressure Distribution on a Seaplane i
Float. By F. L. Thompson. (Fourteenth
Annual, 1928)---------------------------- .10
328 Water Pressure Distribution on a Twin-Float
Seaplane. By F. L. Thomjson. (Fifteenth
Annual, 1929)------------------------------. 10
346 Water Pressure Distribution on a Flying Boat
Hull. Bv F. L. Thomnpson. (Sixteenth
.Xinrual, 1930) ---------------------------- .10
453 The Estimnation of Maxinimn Load Capacity (if
8e.Iplamncs and Fl ving Buats. BY Walter S.
Dicltl. iNineteenth Annufal. 1933j --------- .05

STABILITY AND CONTROL

1 1 Report on Behavior of Airplanes in Gusts.
(First Annual, 1915)----------------------------
Part 1. Experimental Analysis of Inherent
Longitudinal Stability for a Typical Bi-
plane. By J. C. Hunsaker.
Part 2. Theory of an Airplane Encounter-
ing Gusts. By E. B. Wilson.
1 17 An Investigation of the Elements which Con-
tril)ute to Statical and Dynamical Stability,
andl of the Effects of Variation in those Ele-
nients. By Alexander Klemini, Edward P.
Warner, and George M. Denkiniger. (Third
Annual, 1917)-----------------------------
1 21 Theory of an Airplane Encountering Gusts-II.
By E. B. Wilson. (Third Annual, 1917)_.. ---.-
I Out of print. Annual volume available fur reference or loan In the Office of
Aeronautical Intel ligence, National Advisory ('uminittee for Aeronautics, and in
the libraries of large cil ies.
3 Out of print. Available as a separate report for reference or loan In the Office
of Aeronautical Intelligence, National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics.










STABILITY AND CONTROL-Continued

No. Title Price

3 26 The Variation of Yawing Moment Due to Roll-
ing. By E. B. Wilson. (Fourth Annual,
1918)----------------------------------------
3 27 Theory of an Airplane Encountering Gusts-III.
By E. B. Wilson. (Fourth Annual, 1918)-- ------
3 95 Diagrams of Airplane Stability. By H. Bate-
men. (Sixth Annual, 1920)---------------------
1 96 Statical Longitudinal Stability of Airplanes.
By Edward P. Warner. (Sixth Annual, 1920) ------
112 Control in Circling Flight. By F. H. Norton
and E. T. Allen. (Seventh Annual, 1921)--- $0. 10
3 120 Practical Stability and Controllability of Air-
planes. By F. H. Norton. (Seventh Annual,
1921)-------------------------
3153 Controllability and Maneuverability of Air-
planes. By F. H. Norton and W. G. Brown.
S(Eighth Annual, 1922)----------------------
172 Dynamic Stability as Affected by the Longi-
tudinal Moment of Inertia. By Edwin B.
Wilson. (Ninth Annual, 1923)-------------i .05
S293 Two Practical Methods for the Calculation of
the Horizontal Tail Area Necessary for a
Statically Stable Airplane. By Walter S.
Diehl. (Fourteenth Annual, 1928)--------------
298 Effect of Variation of Chord and Span of Aile-
Srons on Rolling and Yawing Moments in
Level Flight. By R. H. Heald and D. L.
Strother. (Fourteenth Annual, 1928)------- 10
343 Effect of Variation of Chord and Span of Aile-
rons on Rolling and Yawing Moments at
Several Angles of Pitch. By R. H. Heald,
D. H. Strother, and B. H. Monish. (Sixteenth
Annual, 1930)----------------------------- .15
379 Rolling Moments due to Rolling and Yaw for
Four Wing Models in Rotation. By Mont-
gomery Knight and Carl J. Wenzinger.
(Seventeenth Annual, 1931) ---------------- .15
1 Out of print. Annual volume available for reference or loan in the Office of
Aeronautical Intelligence, National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, and in
the libraries of large cities
I Out of print. Available as a separate report for reference or loan in the Office
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STABILITY AND CONTROL-Continued

No. Title Price

386 Maneuverability Investigation of an F6C-4
Fighter Airplane. By C. H. Dearborn and H.
W. Kirschbaum. (Seventeenth Annual, 1931). $0. 20
393 Span-Load Distribution as a Factor in Stability
in Roll. By Montgomery Knight and Richard
W. Noyes. (Seventeenth Annual, 1931)----- .10
442 A Comparison between the Theoretical and
Measured Longitudinal Stability Charac-
teristics of an Airplane. By Hartley A.
Soule and John B. Wheatley. (Nineteenth
Annual, 1933)---------------------------- .05
457 Maneuverability Investigation of an "03U-1"
Observation Airplane. By F. L. Thompson
aind H. W. Kirschbaum. tNineteenth An-
nlhil. 1933) ------------------------------- .05
467 The Experimental Determination of the Mo-
mets of Inertia of Airplanes. By Hartley
A. Soule and Marvel P. Miller. .Nineteenth
A1 Anm1al. 1933) ----------------------------- .05

STRENGTH OF CONSTRUCTION
^ _ _ _._.._ .... .... .....
1 3 Report on tlhe Investigations of Aviation Wires
and Cables, Their Fastenings and Terminal
Connections. Bv John A. Roebling's Sons
Co. (First Annual, 1915)------------------ ...
3 35 The Strength of One-Piece, Solid, Built-Up, and
Laminated Woo)d Airplane Wing Beams.
By John 11. Nelson. yFurth Annual, 1918)- -----
3 76 AL'ilvsis of Fuselage Stresses. By Edward P.
Warncr arid Rov (G. Miller. iFifth Annual,
1919)----------------------------------------
82 Airplane Stress Anals' is. By A. F. Zahm.
(Fifth Annual, 1919)------------------------
S92 Analysis of Wing Truss Stresses. By Edward
P.'Warner and Ro1y G. Miller. (Sixth Annual,
1920)------------------------------------ ---.--.
I Out of print Annual volume avail:tlde for refertrne or Inan in the Office of
Aeronautical Intelligence. Nut iinal .il i-or% Cuo miut tee for Aeronautics, and In
the libraries of large cities.
I Out of print. .A\v:ilahle as a separate report for reference or loan in the Office
of Aeronautiiical Irtellience., Na iinmial Ad'visory Committee for Aeronautics.






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STRENGTH OF CONSTRUCTION-Continued


Title


Price


No.

S104

137

8 140

3143

3 145

3 161

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251

329


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of Aeronautical Intelligence, National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics.


Torsion of Wing Trusses at Diving Speeds.
By Roy G. Miller. (Sixth Annual, 1920)----------
Point Drag and Total Drag of Navy Struts
No. 1 Modified. By A. F. Zahm, R. H.
Smith, and G. C. Hill. (Eighth Annual, 1922)- SO. 05
Lift and Drag Effects on Wing Tip-Rake. By
A. F. Zahm, R. M. Bear, and G. C. Hill.
(Eighth Annual, 1922) ---------------------
Analysis of Stresses in German Airplanes. By
Wilhelm Hoff. (Eighth Annual, 1922)------
Internal Stresses in Laminated Construction
By A. L. Heim, A. C. Knauss, and Louis
Seutter. (Eighth Annual, 1922)-------------
The Distribution of Lift over Wing Tips and
Ailerons. By David L. Bacon. (Ninth
Annual, 1923)-----------------------------------
The Influence of the Form of a Wooden Beam
on Its Stiffness and Strength-I: Deflection
of Beams with Special Reference to Shear
Deformations. By J. A. Newlin and G. W.
Trayer. (Ninth Annual, 1923)-------------------
The Influence of the Form of a Wooden Beam
on Its Stiffness and Strength-II: Form
Factors of Beams Subjected to Transverse
Loading Only. By J. A. Newlin and G. W.
Trayer. (Ninth Annual, 1923)-------------------
The Influence of the Form of a Wooden Beam
on Its Stiffness and Strength-III: Stresses
in Wood Members Subjected to Combined
Column and Beam Action. By J. A. Newlin
and G. W. Trayer. (Tenth Annual, 1924)__.... --
Wing Spar Stress Charts and Wing Truss
Proportions. By Edward P. Warner. (Elev-
enth Annual, 1925)------------------------ 10
Approximations for Column Effect in Airplane
Wing Spars. By Edward P. Warner and
Mac Short. (Twelfth Annual, 1926) -------- 10
The Torsional Strength of Wings. By C. P.
Burgess. (Fifteenth Annual, 1929)---------- 10










STRENGTH OF CONSTRUCTION-Continued

No. Title Price

334 The Torsion of Members Having Sections
Common in Aircraft Construction. By
George W. Traver and H. WV. March. (Fif-
teenth Annual, 1929)--------------------- $0.25
344 The Design of Plywood Webs for Airplane Wing
Beams. By George W. Trayer. (Sixteenth
Annual, 1930)---------------------------- .10
345 The Design of Airplane Wing Ribs. By J. A.
Newlin and George WV. Trayer. (Sixteenth
Annual, 1930)----------------------------- 25
347 A Method of Calculating the Ultimate Strength
of Continuous Beamis. By J. A. Newlin and
;Geo. W. Trayer. (Sixteenth Annual, 1930)-- 10
348 Strength of Welded Joints in Tubular Members
for Aircraft. By H. L. Whittemore and
WV. C. Brueggelman (Sixteenth Annual, 1930)._ .30
356 Strength of Rectangular Flat Plates under Edge
Comlpressionl. Bv Louis Schuminan and Goldie
Back. (Sixteenth Aniuial. 1930)------------ 15
382 IThe Elastic Instability of Members having
Sections Conmmion in Aircraft Construction.
By George W. Traver and H. W. March.
(Seveniteenth Annual, 1931)---------------- .25
473 Strength Tc.,ts of Thin-Walled Duraluin1it
Cli nders in CE),mpre,.sion. By Eugene E.
Lilii(1iuist. 'NiMieteentlh Ain\jm l. 1933) .. 10
479 Stil ility of Thin-Walled Tulbes under Torsion.
B\ L. 1. Dwiinell. i(wenti.thl Annual, 19341 10

WIND TUNNELS AND LABORATORIES

8 44 The Altitude Laboratory for the Testing of
Aircraft Engines. By H. C. Dickinson and
H. G. Boutcll. (Fourth Annual, 1918)-----------
72 Wind-tunnel Balances. By Edward P. Warner
and F. 11. Norton. (Fifth Annual. 1919)----- $0. 10
$ 73 The Design of Wind Tunnels and Wind-tunnel
Propellers. By Edward P. Warner and F.
H11. Norton. (Fifth Annual, 1919)--------------
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Title


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374

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195

227


231


275


300


322

342

387


392


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Construction of Models for Tests in Wind Tun-
nels. By F. H. Norton. (Fifth Annual,
1919)--------------------------------
Design of Wind Tunnels and Wind-Tunnel
Propellers-lI. By F. H. Norton and Ed-
ward P. Warner. (Sixth Annual, 1920)-----
The Six-Component Wind Balance. By A. F.
Zahm. (Eighth Annual, 1922)-------------
Standardization Tests of N. A. C. A. No. 1
Wind Tunnel. By Elliott G. Reid. (Tenth
Annual, 1924)----------------------------
The Variable-Density Wind Tunnel of the
National Advisory Committee for Aeronau-
tics. By Max M. Munk and Elton W. Miller.
(Eleventh Annual, 1925)-------------------
Investigation of Turbulence in Wind Tunnels by
a Study of the Flow About Cylinders. By
H. L. Drvden and R. H. Heald. (Eleventh
Annual, 1925)----------------------------
The Effect of the Walls in Closed Type Wind
Tunnels. By George J. Higgins. (Thirteenth
Annual, 1927)---------------------------
The Twenty-Foot Propeller Research Tunnel of
the National Advisory Committee for Aero-
nautics. By Fred E. Weick and Donald H.
Wood. (Fourteenth Annual, 1928)---------
Investigation of Air Flow in Open Throat Wind
Tunnels. Bv Eastman N. Jacobs. (Fifteenth
Annual, 1929)------------------------
Effect of Turbulence in Wind Tunnel Measure-
ments. Bv H. L. Drvden and A. M. Kuethe.
(Sixteenth'Annual, 1930)-----------------
The Vertical Wind Tunnel of the National
Advisory Committee for Aeronautics. By
Carl J. Wenzinger and Thomas A. Harris.
(Seventeenth Annual, 1931)___-------
Reduction of Turbulence in Wind Tunnels.
Bv Hugh L. Dryden. (Seventeenth Annual,
1931)---- ------ ---------


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WIND TUNNELS AND LABORATORIES-Continued

No. Title Price

410 The Theory of Wind-Tunnel Wall Interference.
Theodore Theodorsen. (Eighteenth Annual,
1932)------------------------------------ $0. 10
412 The 7- by 10-Foot Wind Tunnel of the National
Advisory Committee for Aeronautics. By
Thomas A. Harris. (Eighteenth Annual, 1932)_ .10
416 The N. A. C. A. Variable-Density Wind Tunnel.
Bv Eastman N. Jacobs and Ira H. Abbott.
(Eighteenth Annual, 1932)----------------- .05
459 The N. A. C. A. Full-Scale Wind Tunnel. By
Smith J. De France. (Nineteenth Annual,
1933)------------------------------------- .05
461 Interference on an Airfoil of Finite Span in an
Open Rectangular Wind Tunnel. By Theo-
dore Theodorsen. (Nineteenth Annual, 1933) -- .05
463 The N. A. C. A. High-Speed Wind Tunnel and
Tests of Six Propeller Sections. Bv John
Stack. (Nineteenth Annual, 1933)--------------
470 The N. A. C. A. Tank-A High-Speed Towing
Basin for Testing Models of Seaplane Floats.
By Starr Truscott. (Nineteenth Annual,
1933-------------------------------------- .10
478 Experimental Verification of the Theory of
Wind-Tunnel Interference. By Theodore
Theodorsen and Abe Silverstein. (Twentieth
Annual, 1934)-----------------------------------








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