September 1, 1944

Aviation Research—Engineering—Production

Takeoff Analysis for Flying Boats and Seaplanes

Civil Operations and Training

A New Approach to Flight Instruction Technique

Shop Equipment & Accessories

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Aviation Research—Engineering—Production

Takeoff Analysis for Flying Boats and Seaplanes

Concluding his two-part takeoff analysis, the author presents varied computation methods, including specific examples for still air and for a 15 mph. headwind.

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Civil Operations and Training

A New Approach to Flight Instruction Technique

Anticipating a large and divergent crop of flight students, this veteran flyer presents a different method of teaching use of controls.

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Shop Equipment & Accessories

Designed for power requirements of 1/125 to 1/25 hp., A. G. Redmond Co., Owosso, Mich., offers new shaded-pole totally enclosed motor incorporating pressure-locked rubber mounting. Mounting assembly consists of two rubber pads, two spring steel lock rings, and base.
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Marketing

Merchandising Goes Beyond the Sale

Here's a practical, tested plan by which returning vets—and others —can set themselves up in the personal plane sales business to stay there. And that staying is most important, for—

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Aviation Research—Engineering—Production

High Frequency A. C. "Ups” Motor Performance

Thirty horsepower for auxiliaries is a normal but somewhat tough order for the aircraft electrical manufacturer to fill. Here, one of those who handled it tells how it is done.

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Aviation Maintenance

Aircraft Tubing Requires Careful Installation

A million-dollar mill turns out a perfect piece of tubing—and what happens to it? Plenty of things. Here are a few reasons why it doesn't always "live happily ever after".

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Airpower Can Mean National Security

Maintaining the peace requires eternal vigilance, which can be had with least expense through an adequate air force. Here is a program—which might well become national policy—for continuing research and development necessary to keep air supremacy.

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Air Transport

Confusion in Canada

Very existence of Dominion air transport is threatened by one-man control, states Mr. Edgar, and he proceeds to detail the facts as he finds them. These pages have been opened to the author's opinions because AVIATION believes the questions thus highlighted invite careful consideration by other governments and operators.

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Aviation Maintenance

Hard Working Hydraulic Pumps Warrant Careful Service

When several tons total pressure are concentrated in a vital unit no larger than a man's fist, Pesco's service instructions given here become of considerable importance.
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Aviation Maintenance

Preventive Maintenance Keeps Motors Young

Once in operation, even the best electric motor is no better than its maintenance man, as this article demonstrates, detailing approved methods for prolonging life of these essential accessories either in aircraft or factory.

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