January 4, 1930

Technical Details of the Dornier X

Development of the "M" Wing Sections

The Important Matter of Confidence and the Air Passenger

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Technical Details of the Dornier X

THE DO.X may be considered a monoplane flying boat having superimposed on the main wing an auxiliary surface bearing housings or gondolas for six pairs of engines in tandem. It is also characterized by relatively short stub wings at either side of the hull, this construction being typical of Dornier practice.
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Development of the "M" Wing Sections

A DIscussion of the Results of a Systematic Series of Model Tests of Mathematically Derived Wing Sections

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The Important Matter of Confidence and the Air Passenger

Some Straight-From-the-Shoulder Criticism of the Highly Unprofitable Methods of Handling Passengers Now Being Followed by Some Transport Companies

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Specializing the Production of Wooden Parts

ENTIRELY beyond the range of the intrinsic mersits of the two competing materials, wood has bad to overcome the added handicap of its own industry’s lethargy toward the airplane industry—a condition of which the airplane manufacturer was not unmindful, and which of necessity influenced his choice to a considerable degree.

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Editorials

Stainless Steels

THAT the great class of ferrous materials, commonly referred to as corrosion-resisting or "stainless steels,” have great possibilities in aeronautical applications, has been predicted and discussed in general terms among the steel and aeronautical trades for quite some time.
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New Volumes FOR THE SHELVES

Educating the Aviator

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GENERAL NEWS

Complete First Unit of the New Buhl Home

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AIRPORTS AND AIRLINES

Airport Construction Projects

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AIRPORTS AND AIRLINES

P.A.A. Plans Direct Miami-Cristobal Line

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FOREIGN ACTIVITIES

Junkers States Case in Ford Controversy

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