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1961-01-01
Technical Paper
610388
E. C. Maki
1961-01-01
Technical Paper
610384
Willard H. Nordenson, Russell Candee
1961-01-01
Technical Paper
610385
T. H. MORRELL, K. S. MINARD
After completion of the XO-121 development (12:1 compression ratio for a tractor engine) and additional studies by Ethyl Corporation, development was continued on Oliver’s family of gasoline engines. An important objective was to improve power and economy through better utilization of fuel qualities by finding optimum design combinations for current and projected fuels. Using the XO-121 type combustion chamber, a modified Super 88 engine was tested at various compression ratios and the results compared to those obtained for the XO-121. It became evident that there were many areas requiring further development, including combustion chamber configuration, spark plug location, manifolding, camshaft and valve timing. A series of tests was conducted, taking one item at a time. Evaluation and comparison of the results of these tests constituted a well-integrated, long-range development program.
1961-01-01
Technical Paper
610387
R. F. Burris, A. D. McLean
1961-01-01
Technical Paper
610386
R. E. Dix
1961-01-01
Technical Paper
610383
R. M. Davis
1961-01-01
Technical Paper
610382
H. P. Kirchner, F. A. Vassallo
1961-01-01
Technical Paper
610308
J. R. Belt
1961-01-01
Technical Paper
610310
John H. Harrison
1961-01-01
Technical Paper
610312
W. C. Edmundson
1961-01-01
Technical Paper
610313
JOHN M. STEPHENSON
SYNOPSIS The first-generation powered-lift systems, many already in the hardware phase or flying, consist of rotors, fans, air compressors or hot exhaust jets driven by off-the-shelf turbine engines which were originally designed for propulsion. The engine builders' attention is now turned more closely to new types of powerplant systems designed specifically for lifting various categories of aircraft. This activity will open the way to a revolution in flying as important as anything that has gone before, and lead to shapes and uses of aircraft that can as yet be only dimly foreseen. The paper describes a number of the new powered-lift concepts from the point of view of a turbine engine designer, both for the first-generation 'New Applications' and the long-range development of 'New Types'.
1961-01-01
Technical Paper
610314
W. C. French, E. A. Malick
1961-01-01
Technical Paper
610300
W.J. ASKINS
1961-01-01
Technical Paper
610315
C. F. BURNAP
1961-01-01
Technical Paper
610301
L K. Jensen
1961-01-01
Technical Paper
610302
JAMES NAGY, ARNOLD SELFGSON
The function of a dimensional analysis group in analyzing prototype and current production vehicles for comfort, seating, visibility, ride and handling characteristics are discussed, including the relationship of the group with the body and chassis design and development activities. Test techniques and equipment used in obtaining the information are described in this paper.
1961-01-01
Technical Paper
610304
H. G. Rudolph
1961-01-01
Technical Paper
610305
D. A. Lewis, W. C. Morgan
1961-01-01
Technical Paper
610306
James C. Emanuel
1961-01-01
Technical Paper
610307
William A. Gross
1961-01-01
Technical Paper
610325
R. W. Hallet, S. Gronich
1961-01-01
Technical Paper
610324
W. H. Obrecht, N. B. Helmes
1961-01-01
Technical Paper
610327
G. W. Newton
1961-01-01
Technical Paper
610326
C. D. Fulton, W. B. Thomson
1961-01-01
Technical Paper
610329
J. W. Clark, T. D. Hanscome

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