March 1, 1941

AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING AND PRODUCTION ARTICLES

Carburetor and Propeller Anti-icers

AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING AND PRODUCTION ARTICLES

Seaplane Or Landplane for Transoceanic Service

AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING AND PRODUCTION ARTICLES

Eliminating Propeller Failures

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AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING AND PRODUCTION ARTICLES

Carburetor and Propeller Anti-icers

Reliable pumps that operate under all conditions are a "must" for any anti-icing system

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AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING AND PRODUCTION ARTICLES

Seaplane Or Landplane for Transoceanic Service

The author believes that a properly designed flying boat of a size of 50-100 ton gross weight, besides greater safety and convenience of operation, would have an equal cruising speed, appreciably better payload or longer range at that speed, compared with a land plane of the same gross weight, power plant and volumetric capacity.

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AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING AND PRODUCTION ARTICLES

Eliminating Propeller Failures

In 1932 there were 41 propeller failures in flight. Last year there was none. Here is the dramatic story of the research that brought this improvement.

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AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING AND PRODUCTION ARTICLES

Ninth Annual Meeting of the Institute of the Aeronautical Sciences

Each year the value of the annual meeting of the Institute of the Aeronautical Sciences is increased. It represents a cross-section of the industry's technical developments—a few of the important papers are abstracted in the following.
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National Aviation

Washington (AVIATION Bureau) —Request to Congress for $150,000,000 in addition to the $40,000,000 already allocated to the 200-airport program of the Civil Aeronautics Administration was being anticipated as this was written. It was assumed that the 50 projects already approved by Army and Navy, in addition to the 200, would be included.
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Buyer's Log Book

What's New in Accessories, Materials, Supplies, and Equipment
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Aviation's Battle of Production

WHILE airplane production holds the spotlight in our rearmament effort, aircraft stocks continue to perform in desultory fashion. Such market behavior merely reflects the many uncertainties facing the industry today. Judged by normal standards, the aircraft builders should have a highly encouraging outlook.

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AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING AND PRODUCTION ARTICLES

Why a Rear Engine Installation

A new era of aircraft conception and design is forecast in this story of how an important step in aerodynamics was taken by Bell engineers in the design of the P-39 Airacobra

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Aviation Finance

Marking the largest aircraft merger since the Curtiss-Wright-Atlas Corp. deal (subsequently dropped), Aviation Corp. plans to absorb Aviation & Transportation Corp. Under the proposal the latter company will be dissolved by distribution to shareholders of a liquidating dividend consisting of its holdings in Aviation Corp. and cash remaining after the transaction.

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Winter Always Comes

It's not healthy to land a plane in a snowdrift. Here is one good method in keeping them clean.

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