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"Aircraft engines" is a book by Arthur Boquer Domonoske.
- also known as "Aircraft engines; theory, analysis, design, and operation"
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by Ian McNeil
The Manly enginewas unique inits anticipation of many features that became standardon later aircraft engines: a radial arrangement ofthe cylinders withamaster connecting rod, the cam andvalvegear arrangement,and crankcase, cylinders ...
by Colin Hempstead, William Worthington
Aircraft Engines andGasTurbines. Cambridge, MA, 1977. Leyes, R. The History of North American Small Gas Turbine Aircraft ...
by Walter J. Boyne
,at its Oh-e-machi plant in the southern section of the port of Nagoya,produced Renault 70-hp aircraft engines as early as 1916. The following year, France licensed the company to ...
An Encyclopedia by James Ciment
Aircraft engines today burn much hotter than they did a decade or two ago, and this combustion environment produces fewer unburned hydrocarbons and reduced carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide. Higher engine temperatures, however, ...
The Definitive Encyclopedia and Document Collection by Spencer C. Tucker
By the early 1930s, however, improvements in aircraft design and, more important, aircraft engines resulted in the emergence of civil aviation aircraft, such as the Douglas DC-3, for commercial passenger service. Military planners were quick ...
Social Science and Policy by Mark Garrett
Thevarious categoriesof aircraft engines yield different typesof emissions, many ofthem directly harmful to human beings, others deleterious tothe balance of atmospheric gaseson whichwe depend. Two vectors are driving the changing nature ...
by C. C. Lee
Class TF: All turbofan 0r turbojet aircraft engines except engines ...
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