1 edition of Principles of aircraft engines. found in the catalog.
Principles of aircraft engines.
Shields, Bert A
|Statement||by Bert A. Shields...|
|Series||His Introductory aviation series|
|LC Classifications||TL702 .S512|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 378 p.|
|Number of Pages||378|
|LC Control Number||42023815|
showed that an engine with sufficient horsepower—even steam engines—could make very heavy aircraft fly. About this time another aviation pioneer, Samuel P. Langley, entered the race for powered flight. In he developed a steam-powered model aircraft that weighed 26 lb and had a 5-ft wing span that flew for over a half mile (mi). -flow engine is seen in the fact that practically all jet engines on fixed wing aircraft have had some inspiration from this design. By the s the jet engine was almost universal in combat aircraft, with the exception of cargo, liaison and other specialty types. By this point some of the British designs were already cleared for.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Farleigh, Minor M. Principles and problems of aircraft engines. New York, J. Wiley & Sons, inc.; London, Chapman & Hall. • The engine shown here is known as a “Whittle” type engine, since it follows the original design features developed by Sir Frank Whittle in the ’s. The first flight of a jet engine of his design was in • All engines in use on today’s commercial jet airplanes have been developed based on this original design.
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