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NACA-CB-3D24Study of the two-dimensional flow through a converging-diverging nozzle
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NACA-CB-3D27WR-L-698Effects of a typical nacelle on the characteristics of a thick low-drag airfoil critically affected by leading-edge roughness
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NACA-CB-3E14Preliminary correlation of the effects of beveled trailing egdes on the hinge-moment characteristics of control surfaces
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NACA-CB-3E19WR-W-101Notes on maximum airplane angular velocities
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NACA-CB-3E27WR-L-757Characteristics of an NACA 66, S-209 section hydrofoil at several depths
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NACA-CB-3E29WR-L-406Some effects of Reynolds and Mach numbers on the lift of an NACA 0012 rectangular wing in the NACA 19-foot pressure tunnel
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NACA-CB-3F17WR-E-116Effect of exhaust back pressure on engine power
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NACA-CB-3I13WR-L-452Tests in the NACA two-dimensional low-turbulence tunnel of airfoil sections designed to have small pitching moments and high lift-drag ratios
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NACA-CB-3K18WR-W-3Hood and Allen
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NACA-CB-3L02WR-L-281Limitations of lifting-line theory for estimation of aileron hinge-moment characteristics
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NACA-CB-3L07WR-L-338The advantages of uniform fuel distribution for air-cooled engines from considerations of cooling requirements and fuel economy
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NACA-CB-4A27Effects of interaction between normal shock and boundary layer
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NACA-CB-4D10The possible use of ceramic materials in aircraft propulsion systems
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NACA-CB-5B05WR-A-11Computation of hinge-moment characteristics of horizontal tails from section data
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NACA-CB-5H03A preliminary survey of existing information pertaining to dynamic loads in aircraft structures
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NACA-CB-5H31WR-A-57Comparison of the energy method with the accelerometer method of computing drag coefficients from flight data
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NACA-CB-E5A04WR-E-207Suitability of ethers as aviation fuel components the knock-limited performance of several ethers blended with AN-F-28 fuel
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NACA-CB-E5J11WR-E-208A relation between knock-limited or preignition-limited air-fuel ratio at lean mixtures and fuel-air ratio at rich mixtures
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NACA-CB-E5K21WR-E-209The effect of two inlet-duct designs on turbine efficiency
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NACA-CB-L4D15Wire-strain-gage hinge-moment indicators for use in tests of airplane models
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NACA-CB-L4E25WR-L-200A proposed method of measuring engine charge air flow in flight
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NACA-CB-L4E29WR-L-75Effect of Mach number on position error as applied to a pitot-static tube located 0.55 chord ahead of an airplane wing
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NACA-CB-L4G10WR-L-140Wind tunnel investigation of NACA 66(215)-216, 66,1-212, and 65(sub 1)-212 airfoils with 0.20-airfoil-chord split flaps
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NACA-CB-L4G17WR-L-141Investigation of effects of various camouflage paints and painting procedures on the drag characteristics of an NACA 65(sub 421)-420, a = 1.0 airfoil section
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NACA-CB-L4H01WR-L-24Effect of power on the stick-fixed neutral points of several single-engine monoplanes as determined in flight
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NACA-CB-L4H10WR-L-209Tests of the NACA 653-018 airfoil section with boundary-layer control by suction
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NACA-CB-L4H12WR-L-178
Wind-tunnel investigation of aileron effectiveness of 0.20-airfoil-chord plain ailerons of true airfoil contour on NACA 65(sub 2)-415, 65(sub 3)-418 and 65(sub 4)-421 airfoil sections
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NACA-CB-L4H14WR-L-181Analysis of vertical-tail loads in rolling pull-out maneuvers
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NACA-CB-L4I25WR-L-156Aerodynamic characteristics of the NACA 747A315 and 747A415 airfoils from tests in the NACA two-dimensional low-turbulence pressure tunnel
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NACA-CB-L4I30WR-L-664Effects of trailing-edge modifications on pitching moment characteristics of airfoils
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NACA-CB-L4L07WR-L-182The relation between spanwise variations in the critical Mach number and spanwise load distributions
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NACA-CB-L5C01WR-L-116Estimation of stick-fixed neutral points of airplanes
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NACA-CB-L5C09WR-L-19Note on compressibility effects on downwash at the tail at subcritical speeds
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NACA-CB-L5E22WR-L-91Flight investigation at high speeds of flow conditions over an airplane wing as indicated by surface tufts
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NACA-CB-L5F01WR-L-111Effect of elevator-profile modifications and trailing-edge strips on elevator hinge-moment and other aerodynamic characteristics of a full-scale horizontal tail surface
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NACA-CB-L5F28WR-L-23Variation with Mach Number of Static and Total Pressures Through Various Screens
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NACA-CB-L5H01Tests at transonic speeds of the effectiveness of a swept-back trailing-edge flap on an airfoil having parallel flat surfaces, extreme sweepback, and low aspect ratio
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NACA-CB-L5H08WR-L-40Flight tests of two airplanes having moderately high effective dihedral and different directional stability and control characteristics
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NACA-CB-L5H27WR-L-726Effects of external fuel tanks and bombs on critical speeds of aircraft
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NACA-CB-L5J04WR-L-82Effects of Reynolds number and leading-edge roughness on lift and drag characteristics of the NACA 653-418, a=1.0 airfoil section
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NACA-CB-L6B26WR-L-728Internal and external aerodynamics of ducted bodies at supersonic speeds
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NACA-CB-L6D08Total drag of a body of fineness ratio 12 and its stabilizing tail surfaces measured during free fall at transonic speeds
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NACA-CBWR-E-81Construction of finned aluminum muffs for aircraft engine cylinder barrels
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NACA-CBWR-L-231Preliminary experimental investigation of airfoils in cascade
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NACA-CBWR-L-450Notes on the effects of trailing-edge shapes of low-drag airfoils on profile drag and the trim and balance of control surfaces
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NACA-CBWR-L-474Condensation trails : where they occur and what can be done about them
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NACA-CBWR-L-497The effect of spinner-body gap on the pressures available for cooling in the NACA E-type cowling
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NACA-CBWR-L-527A preliminary study of the effect of compressive load on the fairness of a low-drag wing specimen with z-section stiffeners
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NACA-CBWR-L-659Investigation of extreme leading-edge roughness on thick low-drag airfoils to indicate those critical to separation
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NACA-CBWR-L-660Interference effects of longitudinal flat plates on low-drag airfoils
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NACA-CBWR-L-661Investigation of the variation of lift coefficient with Reynolds number at a moderate angle of attack on a low-drag airfoil
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NACA-CBWR-L-695Some lift and drag measurements of a representative bomber nacelle on a low-drag wing I
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NACA-CBWR-L-696Some lift and drag measurements of a representative bomber nacelle on a low-drag wing II
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NACA-CBAngles of zero lift for some NACA low-drag airfoils
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NACA-CBInvestigation of a low-drag gun port in the NACA two-dimensional low-turbulence tunnel
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NACA-CBPreliminary results of flight tests of a conventional three-blade propeller at high speeds
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NACA-CBFlight tests of internally balanced, sealed ailerons on the Curtiss XP-60 airplane
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NACA-CBComparison of aileron control characteristics as determined in flight tests of P-36, P-40, Spitfire and Hurricane pursuit airplanes
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NACA-CBLangley Memorial aeronautical laboratory: British drawings of "G" restrictors and control booster
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NACA-CBControl-surface instability of high-speed airplanes
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NACA-CBAngular velocities in spins as indicated by Model tests in the NACA free spinning wind tunnels
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NACA-CBProgress in the investigation of condensation trails left by airplanes in flight
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NACA-CBObservation of condensation trails formed by XC-35, airplane over Langley Field, Va.
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NACA-CBNotes on prediction and elimination of exhaust type condensation trails
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NACA-CBNACA apparatus and methods for take-off and landing measurements
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NACA-CBAileron control chacteristics as determined in flight tests of p-36, p-40, spitfire and hurricane pursuit airplanes
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