In Partnership With

August 1, 1916

Modern Aeronautical Laboratories

Dynamical Stability of Aeroplanes

Review of Technical Press, Engineering and Scientific Publications

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Modern Aeronautical Laboratories

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Dynamical Stability of Aeroplanes

Abstract of a Thesis submitted to the Faculty of The Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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Review of Technical Press, Engineering and Scientific Publications

MODERN GERMAN AEROPLANES

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The Wright, Model L, Light Reconnaissance Aeroplane

The Wright, Model L, Light Scout, a one-man tractor, has been designed to fulfill a demand for high speed, moderate power, light weight, economical upkeep, and ability to fly at very low speeds, at a fair purchase price. This machine gets off the ground very quickly, even at slow speed, and has a range from 35 to 81 miles an hour, as measured by the Wright Company on the field, the latter speed being obtained at a test in which half a mile was registered in 22 seconds.
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The Two Hundred and Twenty Horse-power Renault Aero Engine

One of the most successful foreign aero engines of great power is the twelve cylinder V-type Renault engine which is rated to develop 220 horse-power at a normal engine speed of 1,200 revolutions per minute. As the Renault Company of France was the first concern to produce a V-type aero engine, it is interesting to examine its latest product, which has been designed with the particular object of driving the powerful “gun-planes” of the French Air Service.
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Liberal Naval Aeronautical Appropriations Are Expected

WASHINGTON, July 31.—No changes of importance are anticipated in the Naval Appropriation bill as far as aeronautical matters are concerned as a result of the coming conference of the House and Senate committees, according to those who have been following the legislative activities.
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With the Aero Clubs

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Course in Aerodynamics and Aeroplane Design

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Editorials

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Book Reviews

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