College of Aeronautics Memoranda, Aero (1964-1968)

College of Aeronautics Memoranda, Aero (1964-1968)

 

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  • Stevenson, T. N. (College of Aeronautics, 1964-09)
    Approximate integral equations are derived for the compressible laminar boundary layer with arbitrary pressure gradient and arbitrary suction or injection velocity through a porous wall, Reasonable agreement is obtained ...
  • Cleaver, J. W. (College of Aeronautics, 1964-06)
    The non-equilibrium supersonic flow of a relaxing or reacting gas through a plane expansion has been studied from a numerical,, analytical and experimental point of view. The flow of an ideal dissociating gas in a two ...
  • Hemp, W. S.; Chan, H. S. Y. (College of Aeronautics, 1965-07)
    The design of the best structure for a given purpose depends upon the criterion used for optimisation. Structures may be designed to safely transmit a given system of forces using the least weight of material.. They may ...
  • Carton, Dennis S. (College of Aeronautics, 19)
    Reusable first stages using hydrogen-oxygen, hydrogen-fluorine and kerosine-oxygen are compared with non-reusable stages using a solid in addition to the liquid combinations. The criterion used for comparison is the ...
  • College of Aeronautics, (Cranfield) (College of Aeronautics, 1964-12)
    For some years now the structural integrity of wooden aircraft of timber and glued plywood torsion box construction has been a matter of concern to the Air Registration Board since it is impossible to assess, by inspection, ...
  • Battat, D. (College of Aeronautics, 1964-07)
    The Boltzmann equation is written in terms of two functions associated with the gain and loss of a certain type of molecule due to collisions. Its integral form is then applied to the problem of normal shock structure, and ...
  • Lilley, G. M. (College of Aeronautics, 1964-03)
    An elementary theory of aircraft trailing vortex decay is presented based on an assumed law for the variation of the mean eddy viscosity with distance from the wing. This law is based on the experimental data of Rose ...
  • Kalitventzeff, B. (College of Aeronautics, 19)
    Preliminary staging studies of multi-stage space launchers are described. Both propellant and thrust scaling factors are used, and also cost parameters for propellant, propellant scaling units and thrust scaling units. ...