In Partnership With

February 15, 1917

The Aeronautic Exposition

Notes on Speed Indicators for Airplanes

Course in Aerodynamics and Airplane Design

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The Aeronautic Exposition

The Pan-American Aeronautic Exposition held in the Grand Central Palace February 8-15, was a success which reflected credit upon the organizers and exhibitors alike. It presented to the public a concrete demonstration of the state of the American aeronautical industry.
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Notes on Speed Indicators for Airplanes

The Venturi Tube

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Course in Aerodynamics and Airplane Design

Constructors in America have hitherto mainly developed one type of airplane, the tractor biplane reconnaissance machine. But with the rapid development of military aeronautics, airplanes are evolving into distinct classes, just as the component vessels of a fleet.

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The Thomas 150 Horse Power Model 88 Aeromotor

Following their Model 8 Aeromotor, the Thomas-Morse Aircraft Corporation of Ithaca, N. Y., has produced a new engine Model 88, bearing a close resemblance to the earlier model. The main features of that model have been retained; in fact, many parts are interchangeable in the two engines.

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MODERN AMERICAN TWO-PLACE TRACTORS

These Photographs Show Representative Two-Seater Tractor Biplanes of the Unarmed Reconnaissance Type, Weighing Over 2,500 Pounds

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IT IS REPORTED THAT—

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Editorial

Editorial

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New Type German Airplanes

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Post Office Investigates Chicago-New York Air Routes

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Pensacola News and Notes

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