Inquiry Into Operations of the United States Air Services: Hearings Before the Select Committee of Inquiry Into Operations of the United States Air Services, House of Representatives, Sixty-eighth Congress, on Matters Relating to the Operations of the United States Air Services, Volume 7; Volume 35

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Page 3368 - Aspect ratio. The ratio of span to mean chord of an airfoil ; ie, the ratio of the square of the span to the area of an airfoil.
Page 3165 - December, 1884, before me personally came and appeared Caroline R. Wright, Anna A. Harris, Harriet B. Skidmore, and Sarah K. Cornell, to me known, and to me personally known to be the individuals described in and who executed the foregoing certificate, and they severally duly acknowledged to me that they executed the same.
Page 3368 - CHORD (OF AN AIRFOIL SECTION) .—The line of a straight edge brought into contact with the lower surface of the section at two points; in the case of an airfoil having double convex camber, the straight line joining the leading and trailing edges. (These edges may be defined, for this purpose, as the two points in the section which are farthest apart.) The line joining the leading and trailing edges should be used also in those cases in which the lower surface is convex except for a short flat portion.
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Page 3368 - AXES OF AN AIRCRAFT: Three fixed lines of reference; usually centroidal and mutually rectangular. The principal longitudinal axis in the plane of symmetry, usually parallel to the axis of the propeller, is called the longitudinal axis; the axis perpendicular to this in the plane of symmetry is called the normal axis; and the third axis, perpendicular to the other two, is called the lateral axis.

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