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C.P. No. 1100
MINISTRY OF TECHNOLOGY
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CURRENT PAPERS
List of Current Papers
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Title
Author(s)
1051
31 068
Civil aircraft
airworthiness
data
recording programme. Special
events releting
to airspeed
control and handling (February 1966
to December 1967)
(August, 196P)
King,
1052
31 021
Free flight
model measurements of
the longitudinal
stability
of a
transonic swept-minged aircraft.
Hunt, G. K.
(July,
G. E.
1968)
1053
30 a34
Finite
difference
solutions for an
unsteady interference
parameter
in slotted wind tunnels.
(October, 1968)
Rushton, K.R.
and
Lah.!z, Lucy, M.
1054
30 525
A sm-vey of fluxd flow and heat
transfer in rotating
ducts.
(September, 1968)
Barrow,
Henry
1055
30 526
An experimental investigation
of
lmnar
heat transfer
in a
uniformly heated tube rotating
about a parallel
axis.
(September, 1968)
Morris,
W. D.
1056
30 866
Inflated
mobile lifting
structures:
Practical
design and trials
of a
circular
planforn mo3el using
Iumbrane construction.
(June, 1968)
Sjmpson, A. Y.
1057
31 263
Performance estimates for a
reflected-shook
tunnel with a
modified driver to produce high
test-section
Re clds numbers.
(November, 1968 7
Woodley, J, G.
1058
31 245
Modjfication
of a normal shock
by electrostatic
forces.
(March, 1969)
Butler,
G. F.
-2-
22.
No.
1059
Council
No.
30 107
Tit13
Tests at M = 1.82 on an engin?
31 270
Griffiths,
R. T.
installation
with bounda&lQer
diverters
for a slender gothia
eniz.
kpt,
1060
Author(s)
1967)
The infleuence
of elevetor movement,
on the normal acoeleration~
experienced by a transport
aircraft
in moderate turbulence.
Eckford,
D. J.
(January, 4969)
1061
30 005
A technique for studing high
velocity
drawing in polymers.
(August, 1966)
Stevens, G. W. H.
and
Eiluett, F. C.
1062
31 065
Discreet element analysis of the
lateral
vibration
of rectangular
lates in the presence of membrane.
7,September, 1968)
Dawe, D. J.
1063
20 839
Supersonio lsminar boundary layers
on cones.
(November, 1966).
Cooke, J. (2.
1064
29 bo7
Approximate solutions
of the
three-dimensional
lsminar boundarylayer momentumintegral equations.
(September, 1967)
Smith, P. D.
and
Ymw, A. D.
1065
30 345
Flight measurements of wing-tip
vortex motion near the ground.
(January, 1968).
Dee, F. IV.
and
1066
30 406
The stability
of boundary conditions
in the numerical solution of the
time-dependent NavierStokes
equations.
(August, 1968).
Taylor,
1067
30 782
Crossflow in turbulent
layers.
(December, 1968).
Cumpsty, N. A.
1068
30 781
A critical
examination of the use
of a two-dimensional
turbulent
profile
family to represent
three-dimensional
boundary layers.
(December, 1968).
Cumpsty, N. A.
1069
30 561
Heat transfer
Humphreys, J. F.
boundary
in a tube revolving
P. J.
I
:a.
No.
1070
Council
31 296
No.
Title
A preliminary
experiment in
resonance testing a rctatirq
, (April,
1969)
Author(s)
blade.
1071
30 697
The cZwclcpment of o. dumm,ybird
use in bird-~strike
research.
( June, 1968).
1072
30 287
The ool~ralation and prediction
of
pressure distributions
on
ccmprensicn surfaces of shorp-dged
ccnicd. ho&es at high supersonic
SpWdS.
(May, 1968).
Larocmbe, M. J.
1073
29 185
A semi-ompiricd
theory for the
grcwth and bursting
of laminar
w~;x$:;gq/i3;bbles.
Horton,
1074
29 730
Win&-tunnel. tests on six wing-body
moiiels at Al : 4.
l'lke,
(August,
for
Skingle, c. MT.,
Gaukroger, D. R.
and
Taylor, G. A.
Alloock,
A. WY.R.
and
Ccllin,
D. M.
H. P.
J.
1967).
1075
30 826
Wall corrections
to longitudinal
components measured on windtunnel models with tails.
(August, 1968).
Lovell,
1076
30 080
Lcwq3eed wind-tunnel
tests of a
number of fin configurations
on (li
flat-plate
gothic wing of u3d.t
aspect ratio.
( November, 1968)
Peckhem, P. H.
1077
31 029
The calculation
of three-d%mensional
turbulent boundary layers.
?art IV: Comparison of
measurements with calculations
on
the rear of a swept wing.
Cumpsty, N. A.
and
Head, M. R.
(k-oh,
1969).
1078
29 884
A mcdel for the aqua p1a.d~
tyres on wet runways.
(September, 1967).
1079
31 386
Gusts, discrete
(uarch,
1080
31 460
D. A.
of
and indisorete.
Cooke, J. C.
Bullen,
N. I.
1969).
Civil aircraft
airworthiness
data
recording pro:;ranune. Special
events relating
to handling and
control.
(~J~anuary 1963 to
February 1966).
(Februesy, 1969).
Card.r%ok,A. W.
and
Mephan, K. D.
C.P. No.
council
Title
No.
Author(s)
1081
31 483
Low altitude
turbulence moasurem~ents Wells,
over land and sea during flights
in a Canberra aircraft.
(Juno, 1969).
1082
28 443
A discussion of sonic
jet-lift
V/STOL aircraft
characteristics
and their likely
effect on
operational
applications.
(June, 1966).
Lean, D.
1083
31 205
Numerjcal. solutions of hypersonio
near+&9
flow by the partiolein-cell
method.
(August, 1968).
Crane, R. I.
1084
31' 379
Comparison of different
methods of
assessing the free oscillatory
characteristics
of aeroelastio
systems.
(December, 1968).
Lawrence, A. J.
and
Jackson, P,
1085
29 349
Estimation
of surfaoe pressures
from observed shock-wave
envelopes surrounding conical
bodies at M = 4.0,
Laroasbe,M.
@w-t,
1086
30 608
E. W.
J.
1967).
A theoretiosl
investigation
delta-wings mithleading-edge
separation at low speeds.
for
Nwia,
R. K.
and
Hancock, 6. J.
(August, 1968).
1087
28 RO
Effects of suction on the
interaction
between shook wava
and boundary layer at a
compression corner.
@b-v,
1088
31 672
Tanner, L. A.
and
Gei, S. L.
1967).
Civil aircraft
sir-worthiness
data
recording progrsmme.Speoial events
related to airspeed control
practices.
(February 1963 to
February 1966).
cardriok,
n, w.
end
Melpan,K.
D.
(June, 1969).
1089
31 669
cumulative fatigue damage studies
of pinned-lug and olamped-lug
struotu?3l
elements in aluminium
alloy.
bh9st,
1090
30 837
Kirkby,
W. T.
and
Edwards, P. R.
1969).
A brief account of so1118
unrecorded
techniques for flow visualisation
in flight
for locating
(a) boundla er transition
at altitude,
yy shook-wave position.
July, 1968)
Gray, W. E.
C.P. No.
Council
No.
Ti tie
fwhor(
s)
1091
31 113
Atmospheric ~xd.s - A review of
the results
of some recent RAE
research.
(October, 1968).
Burnhem, J.
1092
29 789
An inflated
mobile lifting
system for an 8 ton load.
(hsst,
1967).
Brcwn, I. S. H.
and
Kiernan, F. T.
1093
31
An investigation
of the scatter
5, constant amplitude fat'lgue
test results of aluminium alloys
Stagg, A. M.
800
2024 and 7075.
(April,
1969).
1094
31 220
Cabin air requx-ements for crew
comfort in military
aircraft.
(Dece,i,ber, 1968).
Hughes, T. L,
1095
31 798
A method of correlating
the
ground effects on the
longitudinal
characteristics
of slender wings.
(September, 1969).
Kirkpatrick,
1096
29 747
Leminar boundary-layer
caloulations
compared with
measurements by Hummel.
(Septemb~er, 1967).
Cooke, J. C.
1097
31 289
Lo# speed wind-tunnel
measurements
of the oscillatory
1aterKl
stability
derivatives
for a
model of a slender aircraft
(FP,115)
including
the effects
of frequency parameter.
(February, 1969),
Thanpson, J. S.,
Fail, R. A.
azld
Inglesby,
J. V.
1098
31 835
Civil aircraft
airworthiness
data
,reccraing programme. Sane
characteristics
of severe
turbulence.
King,
(July,
1099
29
558
R134675/1/501371
K3 6,70
P
G. E.
1969)e
A short static probe with
incidence characterstics
supersonic speed.
(October, 1967).
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