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NACA-RM-50J19Effects of molding conditions on some physical properties of glass-fabric unsaturated-polyester laminatesImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-51A04Cooperative investigation of relationship between static and fatigue properties of heat-resistant alloys at elevated temperaturesImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-51B05Properties of low-carbon N-155 alloy bar stock from 1200 to 1800 FImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-51B23The properties of three cast polyester resins of Sierracin 212, 212A, and 250AImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-51C21Effects of humidity during fabrication on some physical properties of glass-fabric unsaturated-polyester laminatesImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-51D20Review of current and anticipated lubricant problems in turbojet enginesImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-51D23Notes on heat-resistant materials in Britain from technical mission October 13 to November 30, 1950Image harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-51E04Investigation of torsion creep-to-rupture properties of N-155 alloyImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-51G11Effective modulus in plastic buckling of high-strength aluminum-alloy sheetImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-51K06Investigation of stresses due to thermal gradients in typical aircraft structuresImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-51K29Graphic Analysis of American and British Axial-Flow Turbojet Engine Performance Trends (Current and Future)Image harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-52D03Design of apparatus for determining heat transfer and frictional pressure drop of nitric acid flowing through a heated tubeImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-52D11Supplementary bibliography of NACA reports related to instrumentation and research techniquesImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-52F19Development of metal-bonding adhesive FPL-710 with improved heat-resistant propertiesImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-52I09A meter for timing the flow of very small volumes of a gasImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-52I25Moore, R L (Aluminum Company of America) Clark, J W (Aluminum Company of America); Torsion, compression, and bending tests of tubular sections machined from 75S-T6 rolled round rod; naca-rm-52i25; November 12, 1952U Cinc. has sent
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NACA-RM-53B19Weight bar chartsImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-53D14Effects of high degrees of biaxial stretch forming on crazing and other properties of acrylic plastic glazingImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-53D28A compilation of summaries from NACA reports on fuels research, 1945-1952Image harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-53L22Additional fatigue tests on effects of design details in 355-T6 sand-cast aluminum alloyImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-54A04Effects of molecular weight on crazing and tensile properties of polymethyl methacrylateImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-54D01Development of metal-bonding adhesives with improved heat-resistant propertiesImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-54D19Preliminary measurements of turbulence and temperature fluctuations behind a heated gridImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-54F01Bibliography of NACA reports related to aircraft control and guidance systems January 1949 - April 1954Image harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-54F22Effects of multiaxial stretching on crazing and other properties of transparent plasticsImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-54G26Effects of resin coating methods and other variables on physical properties of glass-fabric reinforced polyestersImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-54H23Turbojet Propulsion-System Research and the Resulting Effects on Airplane PerformanceImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-54J27Some results of flight testing of ski-equipped aircraft at the Naval Air Test CenterImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-54K24Description and bibliography of NACA research on wing controls : January 1946 - February 1955Image harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-54L29Meteorological problems associated with commercial turbojet-aircraft operationImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-55F08Metal-bonding adhesives for high-temperature serviceImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-55I30Static shear strength of 2117-T4 (A17S-T4) aluminum-alloy rivets at elevated temperaturesImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-55K16Application of non-afterburning turbojets to supersonic flightImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-56B07Elevated-temperature fatigue properties of two titanium alloysImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-56C20Correlation of creep-buckling tests with theoryImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-56D27Stability of systems containing a heat source : the Rayleigh criterionImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-56I12A survey and evaluation of flutter research and engineeringImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-57A30Problem of slip flow in aerodynamicsImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-57B25Propagation of sound into a wind-created shadow zoneImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-57E17Experimental investigation of creep bending and buckling of thin circular cylindrical shellsImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-58B11Local isotropy in turbulent shear flowImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-8C29A restricted list of aircraft materials research projectsImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-8I07Response of a Rotating Propeller to Aerodynamic ExcitationImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-8J05(Author(s) Not Available); Bibliography of NACA and other reports on air inlets and internal flows; naca-rm-8j05; October 11, 1948Need Image
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NACA-RM-9A05Determination of rate, area, and distribution of impingement of waterdrops on various airfoils from trajectories obtained on the differential analyzerImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-9D06U Cinc. has sent
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NACA-RM-9D13Summary of the availability and performance problems of high octane number fuelsImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-A50A03Wind-tunnel tests of a 0.16-scale model of the X-3 airplane at high subsonic speeds : stability and control characteristicsImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-A50A04Stall Characteristics Obtained from Flight 10 of Northrop X-4 No. 2 Airplane (USAF No. 46-677)Image harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-A50A04aChordwise and spanwise loadings measured at a large triangular wing having an aspect ratio of 2 and a thin, subsonic-type airfoil sectionImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-A50A13An experimental investigation of a jet-engine nacelle in several positions on a 37.25 degree swept-back wingImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-A50A23Wind-tunnel investigation at low speed of a wing swept-back 63 degrees and twisted and cambered for a uniform load at a lift coefficient of 0.5Image harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-A50A31aAerodynamic study of a wing-fuselage combination employing a wing swept back 63 degrees : effectiveness of an elevon as a longitudinal control and the effects of camber and twist on the maximum lift-drag ratio at supersonic speedsImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-A50B13Pressure coefficients at Mach numbers from 0.60 to 0.85 for a semispan wing with NACA 0012-64 section, 20-percent-chord plain aileron, and 0 degree and 45 degree sweepbackImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-A50C13Preliminary investigation of the transonic characteristics of an NACA submerged inletImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-A50C20Wind-tunnel investigation at Mach numbers of 2.0 and 2.9 of several configurations of a supersonic ram-jet test vehicleImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-A50C30Wind-tunnel tests of a 0.16-scale model of the X-3 airplane at high subsonic speeds : additional stability and control characteristics and the aerodynamic effects of external stores and ram jetsImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-A50D04Effects of leading-edge radius and maximum thickness-chord ratio on the variation with Mach number of the aerodynamic characteristics of several thin NACA airfoil sectionsImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-A50D06Flight determination of the effects of rudder-pedal-force characteristics on the aiming error in azimuth of a conventional fighter airplaneImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-A50D07Wind-tunnel tests of a 0.16-scale model of the X-3 airplane at high subsonic speeds : wing and fuselage pressure distributionImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-A50D27Longitudinal-stability characteristics of the Northrop X-4 airplane (USAF No. 46-677)Image harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-A50E02Pressure-distribution and ram-recovery characteristics of NACA submerged inlets at high subsonic speedsImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-A50E09The effects of compressibility on the pressures on a body of revolution and on the aerodynamic characteristics of a wing-nacelle combination consisting of the body of revolution mounted on a swept-back wingImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-A50E10The transonic characteristics of a low-aspect-ratio triangular wing with a constant-chord flap as determined by wing-flow tests, including correlation with large-scale testsImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-A50E26Investigation at high subsonic speeds of methods of alleviating the adverse interference at the root of a swept-back wingImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-A50F06Lift and pitching-moment interference between a pointed cylindrical body and triangular wings of various aspect ratios at Mach numbers of 1.50 and 2.02Image harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-A50F09Aerodynamic study of a wing-fuselage combination employing a wing swept back 63 degrees : effect of sideslip on aerodynamic characteristics at a Mach number of 1.4 with the wing twisted and camberedImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-A50F13An experimental investigation at large scale of an NACA submerged intake and deflector installation on the rearward portion of a fuselageImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-A50G06Low-speed investigation of a 0.16-scale model of the X-3 airplane : longitudinal characteristicsImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-A50G10Aerodynamic study of a wing-fuselage combination employing a wing swept back 63 degrees : effect of Reynolds number at supersonic Mach numbers on the longitudinal characteristics of a wing twisted and cambered for uniform loadImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-A50H02Effect of dihedral change on the theoretical dynamic lateral response characteristics of a low-aspect-ratio straight-wing supersonic airplaneImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-A50H03Preliminary flight investigation of the wing-dropping tendency and lateral-control characteristics of a 35 degree swept-wing airplane at transonic Mach numbersImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-A50H09The use of area suction for the purpose of delaying separation of air flow at the leading edge of a 63 degree swept-back wingImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-A50H10Lateral control characteristics and dihedral effect of a wing-body combination with a variable incidence triangular wing and wing-tip ailerons at a Mach number of 1.52Image harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-A50H17High-speed aerodynamic characteristics of a lateral-control model III : section characteristics, fence studies, and tabulated pressure coefficients with modified NACA 0012-64 section, 26.6-percent-chord, plain aileron, 0 and 45 degree sweepbackImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-A50H23Wind-tunnel investigation of the effects of a jet engine nacelle on the aerodynamic characteristics of a 37.25 degree swept back wing at high subsonic speedsImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-A50H24U Cinc. has sent
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NACA-RM-A50I01Summary report of results obtained during demonstration tests of the Northrop X-4 airplanesImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-A50I11Wind-tunnel investigation of a 1/6-scale model of the Bumblebee XPM missile at high subsonic speedsImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-A50I14Wind-tunnel investigation at low speed of a wing swept back 63 degrees and twisted and cambered for uniform load at a lift coefficient of 0.5 and with a thickened tip sectionImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-A50I14aInvestigation of the downwash and wake behind a triangular wing of aspect ratio 4 at subsonic and supersonic Mach numbersImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-A50I27Flight determined buffet boundaries of ten airplanes and comparisons with five buffeting criteriaImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-A50J09Lift and moment characteristics at subsonic Mach numbers of four 10-percent-thick airfoil sections of varying trailing-edge thicknessImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-A50J09aPreliminary flight investigation of the dynamic longitudinal-stability characteristics of a 35 degree swept-wing airplaneImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-A50J09bWind-tunnel investigation at Mach numbers from 0.50 to 1.29 of an unswept tapered wing of aspect ratio 2.67 with leading- and trailing-edge flaps - trailing-edge flaps deflectedImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-A50J17A comparison of the experimental and theoretical loading over triangular wings at supersonic speedsImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-A50J24The effects of camber and twist on the aerodynamic loading and stalling characteristics of a large-scale 45 degree swept-back wingImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-A50J26Experimental damping in pitch of 45 degree triangular wingsImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-A50J26aAerodynamic characteristics including pressure distribution of a fuselage and three combinations of the fuselage with swept-back wings at high subsonic speedsImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-A50K06The effects of boundary-layer control on the longitudinal characteristics of a swept-back wing using suction through streamwise slots in the outboard portion of the wingImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-A50K07Aerodynamic study of a wing-fuselage combination employing a wing swept back 63 degrees : effectiveness at supersonic speeds of a 30-percent chord, 50-percent semispan elevon as a lateral control deviceImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-A50K10Wind-tunnel investigation at Mach numbers from 0.50 to 1.29 of an unswept, tapered wing of aspect ratio 2.67 with leading- and trailing-edge flaps - leading-edge flaps deflectedImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-A50K15The effects of centrally mounted wing-tip tanks on the subsonic aerodynamic characteristics of a wing of aspect ratio 10 with 35 degrees of sweepbackImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-A50K20Lift, drag, and pitching moment of low-aspect-ratio wings at subsonic and supersonic speeds : plane triangular wing of aspect ratio 2 with NACA 0008-63 sectionImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-A50K21Lift, drag, and pitching moment of low-aspect-ratio wings at subsonic and supersonic speeds : plane triangular wing of aspect ratio 2 with NACA 0005-63 sectionImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-A50K24Lift, drag, and pitching moment of low-aspect-ratio wings at subsonic and supersonic speeds : plane triangular wing of aspect ratio 4 with NACA 0005-63 sectionImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-A50K24aLift, drag, and pitching moment of low-aspect-ratio wings at subsonic and supersonic speeds : plane triangular wing of aspect ratio 2 with NACA 0003-63 sectionImage harvested from NTRS
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NACA-RM-A50K24bLift, drag, and pitching moment of low-aspect-ratio wings at subsonic and supersonic speeds : triangular wing of aspect ratio 4 with NACA 0005-63 thickness distribution, cambered and twisted for trapezoidal span load distributionImage harvested from NTRS
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