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November 15, 1916

Tests on Air-Speed Meters*

Course in Aerodynamics and Airplane Design

The Sturtevant Model 5A, Type 8, 140 H.P. Aeronautical Engine

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Tests on Air-Speed Meters*

In the tests made at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the following instruments were calibrated, and an attempt was made to determine the nature of the errors they presented: 1. The Ogilvie Air-Speed Indicator. 2. The Foxboro Indicator.

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Course in Aerodynamics and Airplane Design

Biplane Combinations

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The Sturtevant Model 5A, Type 8, 140 H.P. Aeronautical Engine

The latest design of the Sturtevant aeronautical engine, manufactured by the B. F. Sturtevant Company, Hyde Park, Boston, Mass., is known as Model 5A, Type 8. By an extensive use of aluminum alloys, a saving of approximately 132 pounds in weight has been effected over the previous 140 horsepower models.
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News of the Fortnight

Government Inspectors in Airplane Factories

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Victor Carlstrom Flies from Chicago to New York

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A Wire Bender for the Airplane Factory

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News of the Fortnight

Recruits Wanted for Aviation Section

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Editorials

Simplifying Nomenclature

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Book Review

AERIAL RUSSIA

THE ROMANCE OF THE GIANT AEROPLANE

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News of the Fortnight

The National Aeroplane Fund Report

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