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BRADBURY, L. J. S. 
A a for Compressible Flow Graphs for Use in Subsonic Flow, pp. 948-949 
(Oct.). 


BRAMWELL, A. R. S., CLARKE, A. E. 
Selected Aspects of the Aerodynamics of Rotorcraft (Lecture Summary), p 
LXXIX (Nov.). 


BREAREY, F. W. 
(illus.), p. 61 (Jan.). 


BRERETON, R. C., MODI, V. J. 
On the Stability of Planar Librations of a Dumb-bell Satellite in an Elliptic Orbit, 
pp. 1098-1102 (Dec.). 


BRENCHLEY, G. H. 
Aerial Photography of Potato Blight Epidemics, pp. 1077-1081 (Dec.). 


BRITISH COMMONWEALTH, TWENTY-FIRST LECTURE 
Private Enterprise in British Air Transport, F. A. Laker, pp. 330-334 (Feb.). 


BRITISH COMMONWEALTH, TWENTY-SECOND LECTURE 
Aeronautical Research in India, Dr. S$. Dhawan (Lecture Summary), p. LXXIl 
(Oct.). 


BROUGHTON, R. J. 
Air Traffic Control of Helicopters—Current Experience in the London Control 
Zone (Lecture Summary), p. XXIV (Mar.). 


BROWN, L. 
The Journal, Correspondence, p. 621 (June). 


BOWYER, E. 
British Aircraft Industry—Men and Machines, pp. 280-284 (Jan.). 


BROOKS, P. W. 
British Light Aviation, pp. 270-273 (Jan.). 


BROWN, SIR VERNON 
Gunsight Trials at Orfordness in 1916-17, p. 247 (Jan.). 
The Story of Air Accident Investigation by a Onetime Inspector, pp. 243-247 
(Jan.). 


BRYANT, A. J., et al. 
Recent Developments in High Strength Aluminium Alloys, pp. 757-763 (Aug.). 


BRYER, G. 
Ship Planes { in the Grand Fleet, pp. 592-593 (May). 


BULMAN, G. P. 
Early Days, pp. 176-178 (Jan.). 
Tribute to Sir Sydney Camm, pp. 751-752 (Aug.). 


BUCHANAN BARBOUR, 
British Aviation Medicine, p. A004 (Dec.). 


BUTLER, A. R. 
Aircraft Reliability in Service—A Résumé of MoA Procedure, pp. 417—418 (Mar.) 


CALDECOTE, LORD 
Britain’s Future in Space, Thirteenth Barnwell Memorial Lecture, pp. 623-631 
(June). 


CALVERT, J. R. 
Blockage Corrections for Blunt-Based Bodies of Revolution, pp. 532-533 (April). 


CAMM, SIR SYDNEY 
A Lifetime of Design, pp. 138-139 (Jan.). 
Tributes, pp. 749-756 (Aug.). 


CARTER, B. C. 
A Journey into Aeronautics, pp. 495-496 (April). 


CASCADES 
Recent German Contributions to Research in Thermogasdynamics of Aerospace 
Propulsion Systems, pp. 705-721 (July). 
The Steady Flow Through a Cascade of Closely Spaced Circular Cylinders, B. W. 
Roberts, pp. 886-887 (Sept.). 


CAVE-BROWNE-CAVE, T. R. 
Some Airship Personalities, pp. 52-53 (Jan.). 


CAYLEY MEMORIAL LECTURE, TWELFTH 
Reliability—Old Practices and New Concepts, F. Nixon (Lecture Summary), 
p. XVIII (Feb.). 


CENTURY OF BRITISH AERONAUTICS 
pp. 1-299 (Jan.), 335-350 (Feb.), 433-440 (Mar.), 487-496 (April), 585-594 (May), 
657-660 (June), 1031-1035 (Nov.), 1091-1094 (Dec.). 


CHAPLIN, J. C. 
Flying Quality Requirements for Supersonic Transports (Lecture Summary), p. V 


(Jan.). 


INDEX TO VOLUME LXX—JANUARY — DECEMBER 1966 








CHAPLIN, R. H. 
Tribute to Sir Sydney Camm, pp. 749-751 (Aug.). 


CHEESEMAN, J. C., SEED, A. R. 
Applications of Circulation Control by Blowing to Helicopter Rotors (Lecture 
Summary), p. XVII (Feb.). 


CHITTY, MISS L. 
pp. 67-68 (Jan.). 


CIERVA MEMORIAL LECTURE, SIXTH 
The Heavy Assault Transport Helicopter, R. B. Lightfoot, pp. 914-922 (Oct.). 


CIERVA MEMORIAL LECTURE, SEVENTH 
The Future of Rotorcraft and Hovercraft, Sir Eric Mensforth (Lecture Summary), 
p. LIX (Aug.). 


CLAIRE, R. LE 
Evaluation of the Heat Dissipated Inside Compartments by Internal Structural 
Members on High Speed Aircraft, pp. 534~537 (April). 


CLARKE, A. E., BRAMWELL, A. R. S. 
Selected Aspects of the Aerodynamics of Rotorcraft (Lecture Summary), 
p. LXXIX (Nov.). 


CLARKE, B. 
The Journal, Correspondence, p. 722 (July). 


CLARKE, M. J. 
Material Strength, Correspondence, p. 622 (June). 


CLARKSON, R. M. 
Sir Geoffrey de Havilland 1882-1965, First Memorial Lecture (Summary), 


p. LXXVIII (Nov.). 


CLAVIERE, A. DE, et al. 
Progress Report on ESRO Il Programme—Symposium (Lecture Summary), 
p. LXXIl (Oct.). 


CLEAVER, A. 
Rocketry and ies Flight, pp. 288-293 (Jan.). 


CLEGG, W. B., SMITH, T. W., DERBYSHIRE, T. 
Economic Space Transportation, pp. 849-862 (Sept.). 


COBHAM, SIR ALAN 
Aviation 1916-1966 (Lecture Summary), p. LX! (Aug.). 
Blazing the Trail, pp. 268-269 (Jan.). 
Short Biography, p. XLVI (June). 


COCKRELL, D. J., LEE, B. E. 
Production of Shear Profiles in a Wind Tunnel by Cylindrical Rods Placed Normal 
to the Stream, pp. 724-725 (July). 


CODY, S. F. 
(Illus.), pp. 12, 189 (Jan.). 


COHEN, M. J. 
Correction to Integral Axi-symmetric Nozzle Design (Nov. 1965), p. 362 (Feb.). 


COLES, R. B. 
Aircraft Reliability in Service—Responsibilities of User Personnel, pp. 414-415 


(Mar.). 


COLLAR, A. R. 
Short Proof of the Prandtl-Meyer Expansion Formula, pp. 885-886 (Sept.) 
The Use of Wind Tunnels in the Study of Problems in Industrial Aerodynamics, 
pp. 574-578 (May). 


COMPRESSIBLE FLOW 
A Suggestion for Compressible Flow Graphs for Use in Subsonic Flow, L. J. S. 
Bradbury, pp. 948-949 (Oct.). 


COMPRESSORS 
Circumferential Asymmetry in Axial Flow Compressors, pp. 956-957 (Oct.). 


COMPUTERS 
World Survey, Computer Utilisation, pp. 735-737 (July). 


CONCATO, DR. L. 
Italian Helicopter Activities (Lecture Summary), p. LXXXIX (Dec.). 


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CONNOLLY, J. 
Aerospace Management—2016 AD (Lecture Summary), p. LXIV (Aug.). 
Aircraft Production, pp. 214-220 (Jan.) 
Short Biography, p. XLVI! (June). 


CONTRACTING DUCTS 
On the Length of Two-Dimensional Contractions, W.T.F. Lau, pp. 673-675 


(June). 
On the Effective ‘Length’ of Two-Dimensional Contracting Ducts, J. C. Gibbings 


p. 676 (June). 














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CONTROL ‘ 
Application of Dynamic Programming to the Design of Invariant Auto-Stabilisers, 
pp. 469-476 (April). 
— Control: The Next Fifty Years, P. A. Hearne (Lecture Summary), p. LXIll 
(Aug.). 


COOPER, Cc. 
Siting Considerations for Aircraft Static Dischargers, pp. 730-734 (July). 


COPLIN, J. F., DAVIES, D. O. 
Some VTOL Powerplant Design and Development Experience, pp. 977-986 
(Nov.). 


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CORRESPONDENCE 
Ashford, D. M., Space Transportation, p. 1087 (Dec.). 
Boreham, F. J., An Appreciation of Lord Sempill, p. 621 (June). 
Brown, L., The Journal, p. 621 (June). 
Clarke, B., The Journal, p. 722 (July). 
Clarke, M. J., Material Strength, p. 622 (June). 
Cox, J. H., Airline Engineering Apprentice Training, p. — (Sept.). 
Fedden, Sir Roy, Britain’s Role in Aerospace, p. 882 (Se 
Fell, L. F. R., Fairey-Curtiss D12, pp. 1024 (Nov.), 1090 { tee. ). 
Fry, R.A., Civil Air Transport Training Board, p. 882 (Sept.). 
Gandy, G. L., The Journal, p. 622 (June). 
Hand, A. J., The Journal, pp. 621-622 (June). 
Harrop, E. A., The Journal, pp. 583-584 (May). 
Harrop, E. A., Aircraft Industry, p. 1088 (Dec.). 
Harvey, R. A., DH 103—Hornet, p. 622 (June). 
Hubble, P. E., "The Journal, p. 582 (May). 
Macmillan, N., Fairey-Curtiss D12, p. 4024 (Nov.) 1090 (Dec.). 
Munro, A. D., The Journal, p. 583 (May). 
Page, R. K., The Journal, p. 722 (July). 
Payne, H. W., Training, p. 1023 (Nov.). 
Peacock, G. D., Training, p. 1024 (Nov.). 
Pike, E. W., The Journal, pp. 582-583 (May). 
Rainbow, J. M. and Peacock, G. D., Training, p. 723 (July). 
Rattle, A. C., The Journal, p. 622 (June). 
Sayer, M. P., Wyvenhoe Flier, p. 1090 (Dec.). 
Smith, T. W., Space Transportation, p. 1087 (Dec.). 
Sturgess, G. J., The Journal, p. 582 (May). 
Thirkettle, A. J., Young Man’s View of the Aerospace Profession, p. 1088 (Dec.). 
Wilkinson, K. G., Training, p. 1023 (Nov.). 


cox, H. L. 
The Royal Aeronautical Society's Data Sheets, pp. 35-39 (Jan.). 


cox, J. H. 
Airline Engineering Apprentice Training, Correspondence, p. 883 (Sept.). 


COX-WALKER, N., BARTON, F. S. 
The Contribution of Radio Telephony, Telegraphy and the Later Electronic 
) 


Techniques to Aviation, pp. 230-231 (Jan.). 


CULVER, |. H. 
Progress of the Rigid Rotor Concept (Lecture Summary), p. LXXIX (Nov.). 


DAVIES, D. O., COPLIN, J. F. 
Some VTOL Powerplant Design and Development Experience, pp. 977-986 
(Nov.). 


DAVIES, H. 
The Management of Cost Reduction—Method or Myth, pp. 639-648 (June). 


DAVIES, R. E. G. 
British Air Transport, pp. 258-267 (Jan.). 


DAVIES, S. D. 
Plowden and the Man in Industry, pp. 459-460 (April). 
Tribute to Sir Sydney Camm, pp. 753-754 (Aug.). 


DAY, A. 
Design Requirements for Military Aircraft, pp. 250-252 (Jan.). 


DEAN, SIR PATRICK 
Tribute to Sir Sydney Camm, p. 756 (Aug.). 


DE HAVILLAND, GEOFFREY 
(Ilus.), p. 189 (Jan.). 


DE HAVILLAND MEMORIAL LECTURE, FIRST 
Sir Geoffrey de Havilland 1882-1965, R. M. Clarkson (Lecture Summary), p 
LXXVIII (Nov.). 


DERBYSHIRE, T., CLEGG, W. B., SMITH, T. 
Economic Space ‘Transportation, pp. 849-862. Hd % see also Correspondence, 
p. 1087 (Dec.). 


DESIGN 
A Lifetime of Design, Sir Sydney Camm, pp. 138-139 (Jan.). 
A Survey, Chiefly Historical, but with a "Structural Flavour, Covering the Period 
1939-1964, R. H. T. Harper, pp. 477-486 (April). 
British Aircraft Design, N. Macmillan, pp. 121-131 (Jan.). 
Design Requirements for Military Aircraft, A. e. pp. 250-252 (Jan.). 
Flying-Boats, Henry Knowler, pp. 134-137 (Jan.). 
Hindsight is Always One Hundred Percent, B. S. Shenstone, pp. 131-134 (Jan.). 
Looking Backwards, Hessel! Tiltman, pp. 143-145 (Jan.). 
Reminiscences of 50 Years of Aviation, C. C. Walker, pp. 148-149 (Jan.). 


DHAWAN, S. 
Aeronautical Research in India, Twenty-Second British Commonwealth Lecture, 
(Summary), p. LXXII (Oct.). 


DISCUSSIONS—CONTRIBUTORS TO 

Allwright, E. S., pp. 427-428 (Mar.); Ashley, H. R., pp. 799-800 (Aug.); 
Austin, R. G., p. 551 (May); Barton, A. E. M., p. 549 (May); Baxter, A. D., p. 
912 (Oct.); Bedford, A. W., pp. 702, 704 (July); Bennett, D. C. T., p. 547 
(May); Billington, N. S., p. 579 (May); Bloch, R., p. 390 (Mar.); Blythe, A. A., 
p. 551 (May); Bore, C. L., p. 547 (May); Broomfield, p. 913 (Oct.); Buxton, 
G. M., p. 834 (Sept.); Caldecote, Lord, p. 546 (May); Cameron, Air Cdre., p.656 
(June); Capian, H., pp. 391 (Mar.), 550 (May), 1060 (Dec.); Carton, p. 912 
(Oct.); Christensen, V., p. 468 (April); Cleaver, A. V., pp. 547 (May), 913 
(Oct.); Clifton, A. N., p. 551 (May); Coles, N., p. 428 Aig Cooper, p. 912 
(Oct.); Crabtree, H. . p. 552 (May); Davies, D. P., pp. 702, 703, 704 (July); 
Davies, Handel, p. 389 (Mar); Dick, A. D., pp. 656 ‘unc, 701 (July); Disbrey, 
W. D., pp. 427, 428, 429 (Mar.); Dubourcq, V. H. L., p. 467 (April); Dunning, 
p. 912 ‘(Oct.); Dye, R. C. F., p. 580 (May); Dyment, J. T., pp. 465-468 (April); 
Edwards, Sir George, pp. 333-334 (Feb.); Elliott, A. G. M., p. 551 (May); 
England, E. C. Gordon, pp. 551-552 (May); Ewans, J. R., p. 548 (May); 
Fielding, J., p. 800 (Aug.); Gardner, Sir George, pp. 334 (Feb.), 392 (Mar.), 467 
tag’ Gardner, H., p. 835 (Sept.); Gould, R. W. F., p. 581 (May); Cos 
R. C., p. 552 (May); Hardingham, R. E., p. 547 (May); Harris, R. |., p. 579 
(May); p tomy E.A., p. 549 (May); Hearne, P.A., pp. 391-392 (Mar.), 546-549 
(May), 694 (July); Henson, G. S., pp. 546, 548 (May): Herriott, J. P., p. 552 
(May); Heyworth, A. J., p. 921 {Oct. ); Higton, D. J., p. 702 Guiry, Hislop, 
p. 920 (Oct.); Holden, E. J., p. 656 (June); Holden, P., p. 1060 (Dec.); 

Isaacs, Re. J. H., p. 551 (May); Keith-Lucas, D., pp. 427 (Mar.), 834 (Sept.); 
Kuchemann, D., pp. 581 (May), 721 (July); Laight, B. P., p. 835 (Sept.); Law, 
R., p. 922 (Oct.); Lawson, K., pp. 701, 703 (July); Leavy, L. E., p. 581 (May); 
Lewis, p. 912 (Oct.); Livesy, I. K., p. 580 (May); Lombard, A. A., pp. 334 
(Feb.), 391 (Mar.); MacDonald, Gp. Capt., p. 656 (June); McLean, D., p. 467 
(Apri!); Maddocks, Wing Cdr., p. 656 (June); Milner, C. G., p. 549 (May); 
Mitchell, p. 550 (May); Mitchell, G., p. 552 (May); Morris, F., p. 1059 (Dec.); 
Nayler, J. L., pp. 848 (Sept.), 1014-1015 (Nov.); Newberry, M. C. W., pp. 
579-580 (May); Nilsson, Karl, pp. 466, 467 (April); Owen, Prof., pp. 580, 581 
; Pasquill, Dr. F., p. 578 (May); Peacock, G. D., p. 551 (May); Porter, 

M. K. D., p. 428 (Mar.); Ratcliffe, G., pp. 549-550 (May); Reeve, J. M. L., 
p. 549 (May); Richards, E. J., pp. 311 (Feb.), 548 (May); Shenstone, B. S., p. 427 
(Mar.); Smith, A. W. J., p. 551 (May); Still, Dr. E. W., p. 546 (May); Thomas, 
C. J. Hamshaw, p. 550 (May); Troughton, A. J., p. 799 (Aug.); Tye, W., pp. 
427, 428 (Mar.), 548 (May); Wallace, p. 912 (Oct.); Wansbrough-White, G., 
p. 549 (May); Watson, Dr. W. G., p. 468 (April); Watts, Gp. Capt., p. 702 
(July); Weight, A. J., p. 467 (April); White, R. G. S., pp. 578, 581 (May); 
Wigdor, L. S., p. 922 (Oct.); Williams, J., p. 833 (Sept.); Wimpenny, J. C., 
p. 835 (Sept.); Wingfield, L. A., pp. 334 (Feb.), 1060 (Dec.); Winny, H. F., 
p. 921 (Oct.); Wood, B., p. 580 (May); Woodford, C.G.A., p. 550 (May). 


DITCHING—see Safety 


DOLLIMORE, CG. P. 
Practical Applications of Planning Development Programmes and New Manage- 
ment Techniques (Lecture Summary), p. XVIi (Feb.). 


DORLING, E. B. 
The Acquisition and Processing of Data from the Ariel | and Ariel 2 Satellites, pp. 
997-1006 (Nov.). 


DOWTY, SIR GEORGE 
Aviation—The Pacemaker, pp. 227-229 (Jan.). 


DOYLE, M. D. C., HORLOCK, J. H. 
Circumferential Asymmetry in Axial Flow Compressors, pp. 956-957 (Oct.). 


DUCAMUS, P. M., e 
Progress Report on SRO Il Programme—Symposium (Lecture Summary), p 
LXXII (Oct.). 


DUNNING, J. E. P. 
The Rocket Propulsion Establishment, Westcott, pp. 285-287 (Jan.). 


DURHAM, R. J., et al. 
Recent Developments in High Strength Aluminium Alloys, pp. 757-763 (Aug.). 


DYER, P., NOTON, A. R. M., RUTHERFORD, D. 
The Application of Dynamic Programming to the Design of Invariant Auto- 
Stabilisers, pp. 469-476 (April). 


DYNAMIC PROGRAMMING 
The Application of Dynamic Programming to the Design of Invariant Auto- 
Stabilisers, pp. 469-476 (April). 


EADON, 
taht dae pp. 347-348 (Feb.). 


EAKER, H. L. 
Progress Report on ESRO Il—Symposium (Lecture Summary), p. LXXII (Oct.). 


EDINBURGH, DUKE OF 
Annual General Meeting (Illus.), p. XLI (June). 
Centenary Congress (Illus.), pp. 1026-1028 (Nov.). 
Centenary Luncheon (illus.), pp. 618-619 (June). 
Centenary Message, p. 3 (Jan.). 
(Illus.), p. 2 (Jan.). 
Influences on the Development of Aviation, Centenary Address, pp. 893-900 
Oct.). 


EDUCATION-—see also Training 
Education of Aerospace Engineers—2016 AD, Prof. K. L. C. Legg (Lecture 
Summary), p. LXIV (Aug.). 


EJECTION SEATS 
Sir James Martin, pp. 276-279 (Jan.). 


ELECTROSTATICS 
Siting Considerations for Aircraft Static Dischargers, C. E. Cooper, pp. 730-734 
(July). 

















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ELKINGTON, R. W., et al. 
Recent Developments in High Strength Aluminium Alloys, pp. 757-763 (Aug.). 


EMPIRE TEST PILOTS’ SCHOOL 
pp. 100 (Jan.), 649-656 (June). 


ENGINES, POWERPLANTS—see also Propulsion 

Aerodynamics of “‘Hangar’’ Type Engine Test Facilities, R. A. Wallis and N. 
Ruglen, pp. 312-320 (Feb.). 

— — Development During the Past Half Century, F. Nixon, pp. 150- 

(Jan.). 

Applications of the Vapour Core Pump to Aero Engine Fuel Systems, S. R. Tyler, 
pp. 923-935 (Oct.). 

Bristol Centaurus 3000 hp (illus.), p. 175 (Jan.). 

BS/SNECMA M45 (lIllus.), p. 616 (June). 

Calibration of a Turbine © ead pp. 725-727 (July). 

Engine Repair Shops Pont de L’Arche, L. F. R. Fell, pp. 167-168 (Jan.). 

Fairey-Curtiss D.12, N. Macmillan, L. F. R. Fell, Correspondence, pp. 1024 (Nov.), 
1090 (Dec.). 

Future Powerplants for Rotorcraft, G. L. Wilde, P. A. Taylor (Lecture 
Summary), p. XVII (Feb.). 

Journey into Aeronautics, B. C. Carter, pp. 495-496 (April). 

M.V. Led., F.2 Turbo-compressor (Illus.), p. 165 (Jan.). 

Post First World War, L. F. R. Fell, pp. 657-658 (June). 

Pyestock, pp. 182-183 (Jan.). 

*R’ Engine on Test, Derby, 1931 (Illus.), p. 161 (Jan.). 

Random Reminiscences in Centenary Year, F. M. Owner, p. 181 (Jan.). 

Some Aero Engine and Other Reminiscences 1905-1918, pp. 593-594 (May). 

Some Aspects of International Collaboration Between Bristol Siddeley and 
SNECMA, pp. 615-617 (June). 

Some VTOL Powerplant Design and Development Experience, D. O. Davies, 
J. F. Coplin, pp. 977-986 (Nov.). 

Engine Flight RAE in Wartime, J. M. F. White, pp. 1092-1093 (Dec.). 


ENGLAND, E. C. GORDON 
1908 Onwards, pp. 197-199 (Jan.). 


EQUIPMENT —See Instruments 


EVANS, T. C., JOHNSON, D. 
Flight Testing for Carrier Operation (Lecture Summary), p. LXVIII (Sept.). 


EWANS, J. R. 
Cost Reduction and Cost Avoidance by Value Engineering (Lecture Summary), 
p. LXVIII (Sept.). 


EWINS, P. D. 
A Career in the Aerospace Industry, pp. 944-947 (Oct.) 


EYRE, DONALD 
Dr. A. A. Griffith, pp. 658-660 (June). 


FAGE, A. 
Early Days: Memories of People and Places, pp. 91-92 (Jan.). 


FEDDEN, SIR ROY 
Britain's Role in Aerospace, Correspondence, p. 882 (Sept.). 
Centenary Luncheon, p. 619 (June). 
Letter to the President, p. XXXIlI (April). 
Reminiscences of 50 years in the Field of Aircraft Propulsion, pp. 169-175 (Jan.). 


FELL, L. F. R. 
Engine Repair Shops Pont de L’Arche, pp. 167-168 (Jan.). 
Fairey-Curtiss D.12, Correspondence, pp. 1024 (Nov.), 1090 (Dec.). 
Post First World War, pp. 657-658 (June). 


FINCHER, H. M. 
A Young Man’s View of the Aerospace Profession, pp. 936-944 (Oct.). 
Professional Education and Manpower for a Future British Aerospace Industry 
(Lecture Summary), p. LIV (July). 


FLEET AIR ARM—see Naval Aircraft 


FLIGHT REFUELLING 
C. H. Latimer-Needham, pp. 335-339 (Feb.). 


FLUID FLOW 
Initial Flow in the Entrance of a Straight Circular Pipe, J. Gillis and M. Shimshoni, 
pp. 368-369 (Feb.). 


FLUTTER—see Aeroelasticity, Vibration 


FLYING 

A and AEE, pp. 98-100 (Jan.). 

Blackpool Aviation Meeting 18th-23rd October 1909, p. 490 (April). 

Development of Army Flying, Brigadier P. W. Mead, pp. 212-213 (Jan.). 

Early Days with Aircraft Design and Development, T. Jones, pp. 492-494 (April). 

Early Flights at Farnborough, C. G. Sandison, p. 491 (April). 

Early Research at Farnborough and Felixstowe, Sir Harry Garner, pp. 95-97 
(Jan.). 

Superinanenl Flight 1915. Upavon (illus.), 98 (Jan.). 

Fifty-five years in aviation, J. D. North, pp. $46- 147 (Jan.). 

Fleet Air Arm, Rear Admiral Sir Matthew Slattery, pp. 208-211 (Jan.). 

Flight Testing for Carrier Operation (Lecture Summary), Cdr. T. C. Evans, 
D. Johnson, p. LXVIII (Sept.). 

My Early Days at the Royal Aircraft Factory 1914 Onwards, H. L. Stevens, pp. 
92-94 (Jan 

Stalling and Spinning, pp. 74-76 (Jan.). 





Test Flying During the Century, Harald Penrose, pp. 188-196 (Jan.). 
When Aeronautical Science was Young, Sir Geoffrey Taylor, pp. 108-113 (Jan.). 
Early Reminiscences, L. J. Cardew Wood, pp. 1091(Dec.). 


FORSYTH, P. J. 
Wire Reinforced Pict Composites, pp. 794-796 (Aug.). 


FRANCE 
Relationships Between Government and Aeronautics—A Discussion, pp. 382-392 
Mar.). 
Some Aspects of International Collaboration between Bristol Siddeley and 
SNECMA, pp. 615-617 (June). 


FROGE, E. L., et al. 
Progress Report on ESRO I! Programme—Symposium (Lecture Summary), p 
LXXII (Oct.). 


FRY, R. A. 
Civil Air Transport Training Board, Correspondence, p. 882 (Sept.). 


FUELS AND OILS 
Piston Engine Fuels, E. L. Bass, pp. 184-187 (Jan.). 


GANDY, G. L. 
The Journal, Correspondence, p. 622 (June). 


GARDNER, D., WEIR, J. 
The Drag Due to Lift of Plane Wings at Subsonic Speeds, pp. 595-599 (May). 


GARDNER, SIR GEORGE 
Centenary Luncheon, pp. 619-620 (June). 
The Plowden Report, p. 303 (Feb.). 
Discussion on the Plowden Report, pp. 545-552 (May). 


GARDNER, H. H. 
Discussion on the Plowden Report, pp. 545-55 2 (May). 


GARNER, SIR HARRY 
Early Research at Farnborough and Felixstowe, pp. 95-97 (Jan.). 


GATES, S. B. 
Then and Now, pp. 295-296 (Jan.). 


GIBBINGS, J. C. 
On the Effective ‘Length’ of Two-Dimensional Contracting Ducts, p. 676 (June). 


GIBBS-SMITH, C. H. 
Aviation 1866-1916 (Lecture Summary), p. LX! (Aug.). 
Short biography, p. XLVI (June). 
Some Old Masters of the Society, and their Far-reaching Influence in Aviation, 
pp. 32-33 (Jan.). 


GILLIS, J.. SHIMSHONI, M. 
Initial Flow in the Entrance of a Straight Circular Pipe, pp. 368-369 (Feb.). 


GILMORE, J. L. 
Technical Workings and Future Trends within IATA, pp. 461-468 (April). 


GLAISHER, JAMES 
(Ilus.), p. 6 (Jan.). 


GLIDING 
P. A. Wills, pp. 273-275 (Jan.). 


GOFF, R. F. D. PORTER 
Decision Theory and the Shape of Structures, pp. 448-458 (Mar.). 


GOODINGE, H. W. 
The Society of British Aerospace Companies Ltd., pp. 836-842 (Sept.). 


GRAHAM, W. J., MACDONALD, A. G. J. 
Interference Effects at Sonic Speeds for a Biconvex Aerofoil in a Wind Tunnef 
with Slotted Liners, pp. 446-448 (Mar.) 


GRAYLEY, M. E. 
Shear Stiffness of Sandwich Panels. A Review of Test Methods, pp. 950-951 (Oct.). 


GREEN, F. M. 
The First Ten Years, p. 346 (Feb.) 


GRIFFITH, A. A. 
Dr. A. A. Griffith, D. Eyre, pp. 658-660 (June). 


GRIFFITH, P. T. 
A Century of British Aeronautics, p. 434 (Mar.). 


GUIDED FLIGHT 
Acquisition and Processing of Data from Ariel | and Ariel 2 Satellites, E. B. 
Dorling, pp. 997-1006 (Nov.). 
Analysis and Interpretation of Telemetred Results of Blue Streak Flight Trials, 
P. L. V. Hickman, pp. 1006-1013 (Nov.). 
Black Arrow, p. 629 (June) 
Black Knight (Il!us.), p. 292 (Jan.). 











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Developments in Range Instrumentation, J. E. A. Harrison, pp. 987-996 (Nov.). 

Economic Space Transportation, pp. 802-810 (Aug.), 849-862 (Sept.). 

Europa 1 (ELDO-A) (Illus.), p. 293 (Jan.). 

we Report on the ESRO Il—Symposium (Lecture Summaries), p. LXXII 

ct 

Rocketry and Space | Plighe, J A. V. Cleaver, pp. 288-293 (Jan.). 

Rocket Pr . Wesecore, J. E. P. Dunning, pp. 285-287 (Jan.). 

Stability of ae Librations of a Dumb-bell Satellite in an Elliptic Orbit, pp. 
1096-11 Dec.) 

Third of ELDO-A Rocket (Illus.), p. 713 (July). 

Trials Data and their Handling a pp. 987-1015 (Nov.). 

Twenty Years of Guided Weapons, T. L. Smith, pp. 585-591 (May). 

UK 3 (illus.), pp. 626-627 (June). 

UK Polaris Project, C. W. H. Shepherd, pp. 843-848 (Sept.). 





GUY, Ss. H. 
Rhodesia Division, p. XC (Dec.). 


HAFNER, R. 
British Rotorcraft, pp. 235-242 (Jan.). 


HALFORD MEMORIAL LECTURE, FIFTH 
A Survey, Chiefly Historical, but with a Structural Flavour, Covering the Period 
1939-1964, R. H. T. Harper, pp. 477-486 (April). 


HAND, A. J. 
The Journal, Correspondence, pp. 621-622 (June). 


HANDLEY PAGE MEMORIAL LECTURE, FOURTH 
Were the Wrights Wrong? Sir William Hildred, pp. 687-694 (July). 


HARGRAVE, LAWRENCE 
(Ilus.), p. 11 (an.). 


HARPER, R. H. T. 
A Survey, Chiefly Historical, but with a Structural Flavour, Covering the Period 
1939-1964, The Fifth Halford Memorial Lecture, pp. 477-486 (April). 


HARRIS, J. D. 
wear Regulations—National and International (Lecture Summary), 
Pp. an.). 


HARRISON, J. E. A. 
Developments in Range Instrumentation, pp. 987-996 (Nov.). 


HARROP, E. A. 
Correspondence, Aircraft Industry, p. 1088 (Dec.), The Journal, pp. 583-584 (May). 


wg 12 R. A. 
H103——Correspondence, p. 622 (June). 
The Effect of Reliability on the Sortie of a Patrolling Aircraft, pp. 430-432 (Mar.), 
Correction, p. 537 (April). 


HAVILAND, D. W. G. L. 
~~ Between Government and Aeronautics—A Discussion, pp. 382-392 
ar 


HAYNES, A. G. 
Development and Future Potential of Maraging Steels, pp. 766-772 (Aug.). 


HEARNE, P. A. 
Flight Control: The Next Fifty Years (Lecture Summary), p. LXIII (Aug.). 
Short Biography, p. XLVI (June). 


HEFFERNAN, T. 
The Aeroplane and Armament Experimental Establishment, pp. 98-100 (Jan.). 


HELICOPTERS—see Rotorcraft 


HENSON and STRINGFELLOW LECTURE, ELEVENTH 
Some VTOL Powerplant Design and Development Experience, D. O. Davies and 
J. F. Coplin, pp. 977-986 (Nov.). 


HERBERT, M. V., LEWIS, W. G. E., HERD, R. J. 
Life Characteristics of Asymmetric Exhaust Nozzles at High Flight Speeds, pp. 
1036-1040 (Nov.). 


HERD, R. J., HERBERT, M. V., LEWIS, W. G. 
Life ‘Characteristics of Asymmetric Exhaust dy at High Flight Speeds, pp. 
1036-1040 (Nov.). 


HICKMAN, P. L. V. 
Analysis and Interpretation of Telemetred Results of Blue Streak Flight Trials, 
pp. 1006-1013 (Nov.). 


HILLS, R., MACADAM, E. J. 
Aircraft Research Association Limited, pp. 101-102 (Jan.). 


HILDRED, SIR WILLIAM 
Were the Wrights Wrong? Fourth Handley Page Memorial Lecture, pp. 687-694 


(July). 


HILTON, W. 
British erected Research Facilities, pp. 103-107 (Jan.). 


HOFFMAN, S. 
Propulsion for - Flight (Lecture Summary), p. XXIV (Mar.), (Lecture), pp 
901-913 (Oct,). 


HOGBEN, N. 
An Investigation of Hovercraft Wavemaking, pp. 321-329 (Feb.). 


HORLOCK, J. H., DOYLE, M. D. C. 
Circumferential Asymmetry in Axial Flow Compressors, pp. 956-957 (Oct.). 


HOSEGOOD, C. T. D. 
The Application of Helicopters in the Electrical Industry, (Lecture Summary), p 
XXIV (Mar.). 


HOVERCRAFT 
An Investigation of Hovercraft Wavemaking, N. Hogben, pp. 321-329 (Feb.). 
The Future of Rotorcraft and Hovercraft, Sir Eric Mensforth (Lecture Summary), 
p. LIX (Aug.). 
The Momentum Equation for a Static Hovercraft at Zero Incidence, A. J. 
Alexander, p. 363 (Feb.). 


HOWARD, H. B. 
Aircraft Structures, pp. 54-66 (Jan.). 


HUBBLE, P. E. 
The Journal, Correspondence, p. 582 (May). 


HUME, C. R. 
Progress Report on ESRO II Programme—Symposium (Lecture Summary), p. 
LXXIl (Oct.). 


HYDRAULICS 
Automation on a coal face (Illus.), p. 229 (Jan.). 
Aviation—The Pacemaker, Sir George Dowty, pp. 227-229 (Jan.). 


HYPERSONIC FLIGHT : 
The Prospects for Hypersorfic Flight,’J. Staek; Fifty-fifth Wilbur and Orville 
Wright Memorial LecgGre, (Summary), p. LXXIX (Nov.). 


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1ATO—see Air Transport 


ICA O—see Hildred 


IMRIE, W. M. 
An Assessment of Maraging Steel for Aircraft Applications, pp. 772-777 (Aug.). 


INSTRUMENTS AND EQUIPMENT 

Aircraft Accessories, J. H. Stevens, pp. 221-226 (Jan.). 

APU for Trident (Illus.), p. 225 (Jan.). 

BAC One-Eleven Seat Mock-up (Illus.), p. 224 (Jan.). 

Cabin Blower (Illus.), p. 225 (Jan.). 

Cockpit Instrumentation—DH 9 (Illus.), HS 125, Dominie (Illus.), p. 222 (Jan.). 

Emergency Oxygen Supply, H. S. Dominie (Illus.), p. 226 (Jan.). 

Flying Controls, VC10 (illus.), p. 224 (Jan.). 

HP 0/400 Basketwork Seats (Illus.), p. 224 (Jan.). 

Instruments and Equipment for Testing, A. E. Bingham, pp. 340-343 (Feb.). 

Three-Component, Strain-gauged Sting Balance for Use in Small Low-speed 
Wind Tunnels, J. A. C. Marsden, pp. 951-952 (Oct.). 

Undercarriage forging for VC10 (Illus.), p. 221 (Jan.). 

Undercarriage, Short Belfast (Illus.), p. 221 (Jan.). 


JAMES, D. 
Aircraft Reliability in Service Aircraft, pp. 411-413 (Mar.). 
The Use of High Strength Aluminium Alloys, pp. 765768 (Aug. ). 


JOHNS, D. J. 
Cylindrical Shell Flutter—Theory and Experiment, p. 533 (April). 
On the Linear Buckling of Circular Cylindrical Shells under Asymmetric Axial 
Compressive Stress Distributions, pp. 1095-1097 (Dec.). 


JOHNSON, D., EVANS, T. C. 
Flight Testing for Carrier Operation (Lecture Summary), p. LXVIII (Sept.). 


JOHNSTON, J. 
Recalling the First Fifty Years 1910-1960, pp. 435-437 (Mar.). 


JOHNSTONE, D. R. 
Cotton Spraying in Rhodesia, pp. 1075-1076 (Dec.). 


JONES, SIR B. MELVILL 
Cloud Flying in the First World War, p. 207 (Jan.). 


JONES, T. 
Early Days with Aircraft Design and Development, pp. 492-494 (April). 


KEITH-LUCAS, Prof. D. 
Discussion on the Plowden Report, pp. 545-552 (May). 


KIRK, A. 
Air Traine Control of Helicopters—Current [een in the London Control 
Zone (Lecture Summary), p. XXIV (Mar.). 


KIRK, J. A. 
Experience with a V/STOL Wind Tunnel (Lecture Summary), p. LXXVIII (Nov.). 











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KLEIN, B. 
Recent Data on the Collapse of Spherical Caps under External Pressure, pp. 366- 
367 (Feb.). 


KNOWLER, H. 
Flying-Boats, pp. 134-137 (Jan.). 


KORNECKI, A., MAIMON, G. 
A Note on the free Vibrations of Cantilever Plates with Swept-Back Leading 
Edge, pp. 604-605 (May). 


KUCHEMANN, D. 
Possible Types of Flying Vehicles in the Future (Lecture Summary), p. LXII (Aug.). 
Short biography, p. XLVI (June). 


LAIGHT, B. P. 
Aircraft Reliability in Service—A Manufacturer's Viewpoint, pp. 399-401 (Mar.). 


LAKER, F. A. 
Private Enterprise in British Air Transport, Twenty-First British Commonwealth 
Lecture, pp. 330-334 (Feb.). 


LANCHESTER MEMORIAL LECTURE, NINTH 
STOL—Some Possibilities and Limitations, W. A. Mair (Summary), p. XXXII 
(April), (Lecture), pp. 825-835 (Sept.). 


LATIMER-NEEDHAM, C. H. 
Flight Refuelling, pp. 335-339 (Feb.). 


LAU, W. T. F. 
On the Length of Two-Dimensional Contractions, pp. 673-675 (June). 


LAWRENCE, J. O. N. 
Aircraft Reliability in Service—Proving the Design of Accessories, pp. 403-405 
Mar.). 


LEADBEATER, C. 
Beryllium, pp. 781787 (Aug.). 


LECAMUS, R. 
Relationships Between Government and Aeronautics—A Discussion, pp. 382-392 
Mar.). 


LECTURES, DISCUSSIONS, SYMPOSIA (for list of contributors to discussions 
see Discussions) 
Main Society—See also Bleriot, British Commonwealth, Halford, Handley Page, 

Henson and Stringfellow, Lanchester, Reynolds-Prandtl, Wright, Lectures. 

Aircraft Reliability in Service, a Colloquium, pp. 393-429 (Mar.). 

Air Transportation—its Successes and Failures, D. C. Tennant (Southend) 
(Lecture Summary), p. XVII (Feb.). 

Cost Reduction and Cost Avoidance by Value Engineering, J. R. Ewans (Summary), 
p. LXVIII (Sept.). 

Discussion on the Plowden Report, pp. 545-552 (May). 

Industrial Aerodynamics (Symposium), C. Scruton, D. J. W. Richards, Dr. J. L. 
Livesey, Prof. A. R. Collar, pp. 553-581 (May). 

Joint Discussion of the RAeS/IEE on the Problems of Education and Training from 
the Operator's Side—The Human Factor (Summary), p. V (Jan.). 

Management Symposium: Improvements in Management Control of Complex 
Projects, D. Rowley; Value Engineering, H.L.C. Leslie; Practical Applications 
of Planning Development Programmes and New Management Techniques, 
G. P. Dollimore (Summaries), p. XVII (Feb.). 

Metallic Materials Symposium, W. A. Baker, A. J. Bryant, R. J. Durham and 
R. W. Elkington; D. James; A. G. Haynes; W. M. Imrie; H. W. Shaw; 
C. J. Leadbeater; G. Llewelyn; P. J. E. Forsyth; J. Morley; pp. 757-801 (Aug.). 

Propulsion for Space Flight, S. K. Hoffman (Lecture Summary), p. XXIV (Mar), 
(Lecture), pp. 901-913 (Oct.). 

Relationships Between Government and Aeronautics—A Discussion, D. W. G. L. 
Haviland, General R. Lecamus, Brig. General Ake Sunden, pp. 382-392 (Mar.). 

Reliabilicty—Old Practices and New Concepts, Twelfth Cayley Memorial Lecture, 
F. Nixon (Brough) (Summary), p. XVIII (Feb.). 

Simulators for the Lunar Mission, J. M. McGowan (Birmingham and Wolver- 
hampten) (Summary), p. XVII (Feb.). 

Sir Geoffrey de Havilland 1882-1965, First Memorial Lecture (Hatfield), R, M. 
Clarkson (Summary), p. LXXXVIII (Nov.). 


Agricultural Aviation Group 
Symposium, R. A. Moore, D. R. Johnstone, D. Yeo, G. H. Brenchley, pp. 1065- 


1078 (Dec.). 


Air Law Group 
Practical Noise Control at International Airports with Special Reference to 
Heathrow, F. C. Petts, pp. 1051-1060 (Dec.). 
Airworthiness Regulations—National and International, J. D. Harris (Summary), 
p. V (Jan.). 


Astronautics and Guided Flight Section 
The U.K. Polaris Project, Capt. C. W. H. Shepherd, pp. 843-348 (Sept.). 
Symposium, Progress Report on the ESRO II Programme; C. R. Hume; H. L. 
Eaker; P. Quetard, P.M. Ducamus, A. de Ciaviere and R. L. Froge (Summaries), 
p. LXXII (Oct.). 
Symposium—Trials Data and their Handling, J. E. A. Harrison, E. B. Dorling, 
P. L. V. Hickman, pp. 987-1015 (Nov.). 


Branches 
See—Barnwell Memorial Lecture (Bristol), Halford Memorial Lecture (Hatfield). 
Air Transportation—its Successes and Failures, D. C. Tennant (Southend) 
(Lecture Summary), p. XVII (Feb.). 
An Approach to Economic Space Transportation, T. W. Smith (Preston), pp. 
802-810 (Aug.). 


Sir Geoffrey de Haviland Memorial Lecture, First, R. M. Clarkson (Summary) 
(Hatfield), p. LX XVII! (Nov.), 

Some VTOL Powerplants and Development Experience, Henson and String- 
fellow Lecture, D. O. Davies, J. F. Coplin (Yeovil), pp. 977-986 (Nov.). 

Reliability—Old Practices and New Concepts, Twelfth Cayley Memorial Lecture, 
F. Nixon (Brough) (Summary), p. XVIII (Feb.). 

Simulators for the Lunar Mission, J. M. McGowan (Birmingham and Wolver- 
hampton) (Summary), p. XVII (Feb.). 

Technical Workings and Future Trends within IATA, J. L. Gilmore (Prestwick), 
pp. 461-468 (April). 

Young Man’s View of the Aerospace Profession, Part |, H. M. Fincher (South- 
ampton), pp. 936-939 (Oct.). 


Graduates’ and Students’ Section 
Centenary Symposium—The Skyward Urge—Aviation 1866-2016, C. H. Gibbs- 
Smith, Sir Alan Cobham, Julian Snow, Dr. D. Kiichemann, P. A. Hearne, 
A. A. Lombard, Prof. J. Loxham, K. L. C. Legg, J. Connolly, (Summaries), pp. 
LXI-LXIV (Aug.). 
A Young Man’s View of the Aerospace Profession, Part Il, H. M. Fincher, pp. 
939-944 (Oct.). 


Rotorcraft Section—See also Cierva Memorial Lecture. 

Air Traffic Control of Helicopters, Symposium, Current Experience in the 
London Control Zone, A. R. Kirk; Future Developments, R. J. Broughton; 
The Application of Helicopters in the Electrical Industry, C. T. D. Hosegood 
(Lecture Summaries), p. XXIV (Mar.). 

Symposium; Future Powerplants for Rotorcraft, G. L. Wilde, P. A. Taylor; 
Applications of Circulation Control by Blowing to Helicopter Rotors, |. C. 
Cheeseman, A. R. Seed (Lecture Summaries), p. XVII (Feb.). 

Symposium; Italian Helicopter Activities, L. Concato; Principles and Objectives 
of Cost Effectiveness Analysis, A. Stratton (Summary), p. LXXXIX (Dec.). 
Symposium: Selected Aspects of the Aerodynamics of Rotorcraft, A. E. Clarke, 
A. R.S. Bramwell; Progress of the Rigid Rotor Concept, |. H. Culver (Lecture 

Summaries), p. LXXIX (Nov.). 


Specialist 
Experience with a V/STOL Wind Tunnel, J. A. Kirk (Summary), p. LXXVIIlI 
(Nov.). 


Test Pilots’ Group 

Flight Testing for Carrier Operations, Cdr. T. C. Evans, D. Johnson (Summary), 
p. LXVIII (Sept.). 

Flying Quality Requirements for Supersonic Transports, J. C. Chaplin (Summary), 
p. V (Jan.). 

Low Speed Handling with Special Reference to the Super Stall, E. B. Trubshaw, 
pp. 695-704 (July). 

Test and Operational Requirements for VTOL Transport, D. W. Wood 
(Summary), p. XXXI (April). 

The Training of Test Pilots, Gp. Capt. R. A. Watts, pp. 649-656 (June). 


LEE, B. E., COCKRELL, D. J. 
Production of Shear Profiles in a Wind Tunnel by Cylindrical Rods Placed Normal 
to the Stream, pp. 724-725 (July). 


LEGG, K. L. C. 
Education of Aerospace Engineers—2016 A.D. (Lecture Summary), p. LXiIll 


(Aug.). 
Short biography, p. XLVI! (June). 


LESLIE, H. L. C. 
Value Engineering (Lecture Summary), p. XVII (Feb.). 


LEWES PRESS 
Some Lewes Thoughts, p. 299 (Jan.). 


LEWIS, G. W. E., HERD, R. J.. HERBERT, M. V. 
Life Characteristics of Asymmetric Exhaust Nozzles at High Flight Speeds, pp. 
1036-1040 (Nov.). 


LIGHTFOOT, R. B. . 
The Heavy Assault Transport Helicopter, Sixth Cierva Memorial Lecture, pp. 


914-922 (Oct.). 


LIVESEY, J. L. 
Internal Aerodynamics Problems, pp. 565-574 (May). 


LLEWELYN, G. 
The Refractory Metals, pp. 787-794 (Aug.). 


LLOYD, E. 
Aircraft Reliability in Service—The Safety and Reliability of Complex Systems, 


pp. 405-407 (Mar.). 


LOCKWOOD-GOOSE, B. : a a 
Aircraft Reliability in Service—Acting upon User Experience—Civil and Military 


Systems Compared, pp. 418-419 (Mar.). 


LOENING, GROVER 
Tribute to Sir Sydney Camm, p. 755 (Aug.). 


LOMBARD, A. A. 
Propulsion in the New Century (Lecture Summary), p. LXIII (Aug.) 


Short biography, p. XLVII (June). 


LONGMORE, AIR CHIEF MARSHAL SIR ARTHUR 
Flying and The First World War, pp. 200-201 (Jan.). 


LOWENFELD, A. F. 
The Warsaw Convention and the Washington Compromise, pp. 1061-1064 


(Dec.). 














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LOXHAM, PROF. J. 
Aerospace Production—2016 (Lecture Summary), p. LXIll (Aug). 
Short biography, p. XLVI! (June). 


MACADAM, E. J. and HILLS, R. 
Aircraft Research Association Limited, pp. 101-102 (Jan.). 


McCULLAGH, F. M. 
Aircraft Reliability in Service—The State of Affairs in the Army, p. 396 (Mar.). 
MACDONALD, A. G. J. and GRAHAM, W. J. 


Interference Effects at Sonic Speeds for a Biconvex Aerofoi!l in a Wind Tunnel 
with Slotted Liners, pp. 446-448 (Mar.). 


McGOWAN, J. M. 
Simulators for the Lunar Mission (Lecture Summary), p. XVII (Feb.). 


MACKENZIE, J. 
Aircraft Reliability in Service—The Reliability of Military Aircraft—A User’s 
Point of View, pp. 407-408 (Mar.). 


MACMILLAN, N. 
British Aircraft Design, pp. 121-131 (Jan.). 
Fairey-Curtiss D12, Correspondence, pp. 1024 (Nov.), 1090 (Dec.). 


MACROBERTSON TROPHY RACE 
pp. 66, 149 (Illus.), 174 (Jan.). 


MAHALINGAM, S. 
Receptance Methods in the Iterative Solution of Torsional Vibration Problems, 
pp. 953-955 (Oct.). 


MAIMON, G., KORNECKI, A. 
A Note on the Free Vibrations of Cantilever Plates with Swept-Back Leading 
Edge, pp. 604-605 (May). 


MAIR, W. 
STL Some Possibilities and Limitations, Ninth Lanchester Memorial Lecture 
(Summary), p. XXXI (April). (Lecture), pp. 825-835 (Sept.). 


MAN POWERED AIRCRAFT 
Design Problems of Man Powered Aircraft, M. S. Pressnell (Lecture Summary), 
p. LIV (July). 


‘ 


MANAGEMENT 

Cost Reduction and Cost Avoidance by Value Engineering, J. R. Ewans (Lecture 
Summary), p. LXVIII (Sept.). 

er System for Project Control and Evaluation, G. Mitchell, pp. 884-885 

ept.). 

Improvements in Management Control of Complex Projects, D. Rowley (Lecture 
Summary), p. XVI (Feb.). 

Management—2016 AD, J. Connolly, (Lecture Summary), p. LXIV (Aug.). 

Management of Cost Reduction—Method or Myth? H. Davies, pp. 639-648 (June). 

Practical Applications of Planning Development Programmes and New Manage- 
ment Techniques, G. P. Dollimore (Lecture Summary), p. XVII (Feb.). 

Value Engineering, H. L. C. Leslie (Lecture Summary), p. XVII (Feb.). 


MARSDEN, J. A. C. 
A Three-Component, Strain-Gauged Sting Balance for Use in Small Low-Speed 
Wind Tunnels, pp. 951-952 (Oct.). 


MARTIN, SIR JAMES 
Ejection Seats, pp. 276-279 (Jan.). 


MASEFIELD, P. G. 
Discussion on the Plowden Report, pp. 545-552 (May). 
Envoi, pp. 297-298 (Jan.). 
Light Aviation—Problems, Prospects and Performance, Nineteenth Louis 
Biériot Lecture, pp. 967-976 (Nov.). 


MATERIALS 
Materia's in Aircraft Structures, A. J. Murphy, pp. 114-119 (Jan.). 
Metallic Materials Symposium; W. A. Baker, A. J. Bryant, R. J. Durham, 
R. W. Elkington; D. James; A. G. Haynes; W.M. Imrie; H. W. Shaw; C. J. 
Leadbeater; G. Llewelyn; P.J.E. Forsyth; J. Morley, pp. 757-801 (Aug.). 
With Frewen Jenkin at the Ministry, L. Aitchison, p. 120 (Jan.). 


MATRIX METHODS 

Arbitrary ene Spar Webs for the Matrix Displacement Method, pp. 359- 
362 (Feb.). 

Membrane Parallelogram Element with Linearly Varying Edge Strain for Matrix 
Displacement Method, pp. 599-604 (May). 

Rates of Change of Eigenvalues of a Lambda Matrix, pp. 364-365 (Feb.). 

— TRIM 6 Element for the Matrix Displacement Method, pp. 1040-1043 
(Nov.). 

TRIAX ie Element for Axisymmetric Analysis by the Matrix Displacement 
Method, pp. 1102-1106 (Dec.). 


MAULL, D. J. 
The Pressure Distribution at Low Speeds on Two-Dimensional Aerofoils with 
Blunt Trailing Edges at Zero Incidence, pp. 727-729 (July). 


MEAD, BRIGADIER P. W. 
The Development of Army Flying, pp. 212-213 (Jan.). 


MENSFORTH, SIR ERIC 
The Future of Rotorcraft and Hovercraft, Seventh Cierva Memorial Lecture 
(Summary), pl LIX (Aug.). 


Fifty Years of Military Airworthiness, pp. 248-250 (Jan.). 


MORLEY, A. W. 
Transient Vibration by Vector Methods, pp. 357-359 (Feb.). 


MITCHELL, C. G. B. 
Comment on A Young Man’s View of the Aerospace Profession, pp. 942-943 


(Oct.). 


MITCHELL, G. 
A Generalised System for Project Control and Evaluation, pp. 884-885 (Sept.). 


MODI, V. J., BRERETON, R. C. 
On the Stability of Planar Librations of a Dumb-bell Satellite in an Elliptic Orbit, 
pp. 1098-1102 (Dec.). 


MOORE, R. A., 
Increased Use "of Helicopters in Commercial Agriculture, pp. 1065-1072 (Dec.). 


MORLEY, J. 
Ceramic Fibre Reinforced Metals, pp. 796-799 (Aug.) 


MORRIS, D. E. 
Aircraft Reliability in Service—The Ministry of Aviation Viewpoint, pp. 398-399 
Mar.). 


MULLEY, F. 
The Future of British Aerospace, Correspondence, pp. LV-LVII (Aug.). 


MULLIN, L. R. 
Aircraft Reliability in Service—A Sub-Contractor’s Point of View, pp. 401-403 
Mar.). ‘ 


MUNRO, A. D. 
The Journal, Correspondence, p. 583 (May). 


MURDEN, M. 
Non-Destructive Testing in Aircraft Servicing, pp. 632-638 (June). 


MURPHY, A. J. 
Materials in Aircraft Structures, pp. 114-119 (Jan.). 


NANCE, C. T. 
Aircraft Reliability in Service—The State of Affairs in the Royal Air Force, pp. 
393-394 (Mar.). 


NAVAL AIRCRAFT 
G. E. Petty, p. 345 (Feb.). 
The Fleet Air Arm, Sir Matthew Slattery, pp. 208-211 (Jan.). 
Ship-Planes in the Grand Fleet, G. M. Bryer, pp. 592-593 (May). 


NAVIGATION 
Cloud Flying in the First World War, Sir B Melvill Jones, p. 207 (Jan.). 
RAF (Keith Lucas) Mark Il Air Compass 1916-18 (Illus.), p. 207 (Jan.). 
Early Reminiscences, L. J. Cardew Wood, pp. 1091-1092 (Dec.). 


NAYLER, J. L. 
Aeronautical Research at the N.P.L., pp. 82-84 (Jan.). 
Aeronautical Research Council, pp. 79-82 (Jan.). 
Centenary Garden Party, pp. 812-813 (Aug.). 
Summary of Discussion, Polaris, p. 848 (Sept.). 
Summary of Discussion, Trials Data and deel Handling, pp. 1014-1015 (Nov.). 


NEW ZEALAND 
The Economics of Agricultural Aviation, p. 1025 (Nov.). 


NIXON, F. 
Aircraft Engine Developments During the Past Half Century, pp. 150-167 (Jan.). 
Reliability—Old Practices and New Concepts, Twelfth Cayley Memorial Lecture 
(Summary), p. XVIII (Feb.). 


NOISE 
Practical Noise Control at International Airports, F. C. Petts, pp. 1051-1060 (Dec.) 


NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING 
Non-Destructive Testing in Aircraft Servicing, M. Murden, pp. 632-638 (June). 


NORTH, J.D. 
Fifty-Five Years in Aviation, pp. 146-147 (Jan.). 


NOTON, A. R. M., DYER, P., RUTHERFORD, D. 
The Application of Dynamic Programming to the Design of Invariant Auto- 
Stabilisers, pp. 469-476 (April). 


NOZZLES 
Lift Characteristics of Asymmetric Exhaust Nozzles at High Flight Speeds, pp. 
1036-1040 (Nov.). 


OWNER, F. M. 
Random Reminiscences in Centenary Year, p. 181 (Jan.). 








INDEX TO VOLUME LXX—JANUARY-DECEMBER 1966 





PAGE, SIR FREDERICK HANDLEY 
The Pioneers, God Bless "Em, G. C. D. Russell, pp. 140-142 (Jan). 


PAGE, R. K. 
The Journal, Correspondence, p. 722 (July). 


PATEL, R. P. 
Note on Turbulent Skin Friction Measured with a Preston Tube, pp. 1043-1044 
(Nov.). 


PAYNE, H. W., 
Training, Correspondence, p. 1023 (Nov.). 


PEACOCK, G. D. 
Training, Correspondence, p. 1024 (Nov.). 


PEACOCK, G. D., RAINBOW, J. M. 
Training, Correspondence, p. 723 (July). 


PENROSE, H. 
Test Flying During the Century, pp. 188-196 (Jan.). 
Tribute to Miss Barwood, p. LXXXII (Dec.). 


PETERSEN, P. A. 
Tribute to Sir Sydney Camm, pp. 754-755 (Aug.). 


PETTS, F. C. 
Practical Noise Control at International Airports with Specia! Reference to 
Heathrow, pp. 1051-1060 (Dec.). 


PETTY, G. E. 
Naval Aircraft, p. 345 (Feb.). 


PHYTHIAN, J. E. 
Body-Wing Interference at Supersonic Speeds, Part |. Pressure Distribution, 
pp. 497-505 (April), Part Il, Overall Body-Wing Characteristics, pp. 1016-1022 
(Nov.). 


PIKE, E. C. 
oe of Agricultural Aviation Group Symposium Discussion, pp. 1085-1086 
(Dec.). 


PIKE, E. W. 
The Journal, Correspondence, pp. 582-583 (May). 


PILOTS AND PILOTING 
See Flying, Test Pilots’ Group. Lectures. 


PIPPARD, A. J.S. 
Admiralty Air Department 1915, pp. 69-70 (Jan.) 


PLAIN, GP. CAPT. I. J. DE LA 
Aircraft Reliability in Service—Collection, 
Experience, pp. 415-416 (Mar.) 


Collation and Feed-Back of User 


PLOWDEN REPORT 
Sir George Gardner, p. 303 ) 
Discussion, pp. 545-552 mM 
Plowden and the Man in industry, pp. 459-460 (April). 
Future of British Aerospace, A. D. Baxter and F. 
LV-LVII ( Aug.). 


POLARIS—see Guided Flight 


POTTS, 
Trial 'Flighe 6 on HMR33, 1919, p. 345 (Feb.). 
Tribute to Miss Barwood, p. XXXII! (Dec.). 


POULTON, E. A. 
Aircraft Reliability i in Service—Special Problems in the Military Field, pp. 424-425 
Mar.). 


POWERPLANTS—See Engines; Propulsion 


PRAND 
(lilus) : 706 (July). 


PRESSNELL, M. S. 
Design Problems of Man Powered Airc vale (Summary), p. LIV (uly 


PRITCHARD, J. L. 
Centenary Luncheon, p. 620 (June) 
The Royal Aeronautical Society 1866-1966, p 
Tribute to Miss Barwood, p. LXXXi! (De 
William Francis Forbes-Sempill, pp. 543-544 (iay) 


5-29 (Jan 


PRITCHARD, MRS. J. L. 
Centenary Luncheon, p. 620 (June). 


PRODUCTION 
Aircraft Production, J. V. Connolly, pp. 214-220 (Jan.). 
——- Production—2016, Prof. J. Loxham (Lecture Summary), p. LXIll 
) 
Australian Aircraft and Engineering Co. Sydney (Illus.), p. 215 (jan.) 


PROPULSION—See also Engines 

Agena (Illus.), p. 902 (Oct.). 

Apollo (Illus.), pp. a bone (Oct ). 

Atlas (Illus.), p. 903 (Oct.). 

Centaur RL- 10 A-3 (ius \ p. 902 (Oct.) 

Delta (Illus.), p. 902 (O 

Jupiter (illus.), p. 901 rom ). 

Lunar excursion module (Illus.), p. 909 (Oct.). 

Nerva nuclear rocket engine (Iilus.), p. 911 (Oct.). 

Propulsion Controls on the Concorde, P. Young, pp. 863-881 (Sept.). 

Propulsion for Space Flight, S. K. Hoffman, (Lecture Summary), p. XXIV (Mar.), 
Lecture, pp. 901-913 (Oct.). 

Propulsion in the New Century, A. A. Lombard (Lecture Summary), p. LXIll 
(Aug.). 

Recent German Contributions to Research in Thermogasdynamics of Aerospace 
Propulsion Systems, A. W. Quick, Third Reynolds-Prandtl (Lecture Sum- 
mary), p. XXIV (Mar.), gaan pp. 705-721 (July). 

Redstone (ilius.), p. 901 (O 

Reminiscences of 50 Years in ~~ A Field of Aircraft Propulsion, Sir Roy Fedden, pp. 
169-175 (Jan.). 

Saturn (Illus.), pp. 905, 906, 907, 908 (Oct.). 

Thor (Illus.), p. 901 (Oct.). 

Titan (illus.), pp. 903-909 (Oct.). 


PUGSLEY, SIR ALFRED 
Airships, pp. 44-51 (Jan.) 
The Well-Balanced Structure, Fifty-Fourth Wilbur and Orville Wright Memorial 
Lecture, pp. 304-311 (Feb.). 


QUARMBY, A. 
A Calibration of a Turbine Flowmeter, pp. 725-727 (July). 


QUETARD, P., et a 
Progress Report on  ESRO Il Programme—Symposium (Lecture Summary), p 
LXXiI (Oct.) 


QUICK, A. W. 
Recent German Contributions to Research in Thermogasdynamics of Aerospace 
Propulsion Systems, Third Reynolds-Prandti Lecture (Summary), p. XXIV 
(Mar.), (Lecture), pp. 705-721 (July) 


RADIO and RADAR 
The Contribution of Radio Telephony, Telegraphy and the Later Electronic 
Techniques to Aviation, pp. 230-231 (Jan.). 


RAINBOW, J. M. and PEACOCK, G. D. 
Training, Correspondence, p. 723 (July). 


RAJARATNAM, N. 
A Note on the Static Hole Error Problem, p. 370 (Feb.). 


RATTLE, A. C. 
The Journal, Correspondence, p. 622 (June). 


REAY, D. A. 
The Centenary Garden Party, p. 813 (Aug.). 


RELIABILITY 
Aircraft Reliability in Service, A Colloquium, pp. 393-429 (Mar.). 
The Effect of Reliability on the Sortie of a Patrolling Aircraft, R. A. Harvey, pp. 
430-432 (Mar.). 
Reliability—Old Practices and New Concepts, F. Nixon (Lecture Summary), 
p. XVIII (Feb.). 


RESEARCH 

A. and A.E.E. T. Heffernan, pp. 98-100 (Jan.). 

The Aeronautical Research Council, J. L. Nayler, pp. 79-82 (Jan.). 

Aeronautical Research, India, Dr. S. Dhawan (Lecture Summary), p. LXXi (Oct.). 

Aeronautical Research, N.P.L., J. L. Nayler, pp. 82-84 (Jan.). 

Aircraft Research Association Limited, R. Hills and E. J. Macadam, pp. 101-102 
(Jan.). 

British Aeronautical Research Facilities, W. F. Hilton, pp. 103-107 (Jan.). 

Early Days, Memories of People and Places, A. Fage, pp. 91-92 (Jan.). 

Early Research at Farnborough and Felixstowe, Sir Harry Garner, pp. 95-97 
(Jan.). 

Gunsight Trials at Orfordness in 1916-17, Sir Vernon Brown, p. 247 (Jan.). 

Pyestock, pp. 182-183 (Jan.). 

Recent German Contributions to Research in Thermogasdynamics of Aerospace 
Propulsion Systems, pp. 705-721 (July). 

Recollections 1914-1934, R. McKinnon Wood, pp. 89-90 (Jan.). 

Some British Contributions to Aerodynamics, A. V. Seastienn, pp. 71-78 (Jan.). 

Structural Research and the ARC, pp. 63-64 (Jan.). 


REVIEWS 


Aerodynamics 

Aerodynamics of Wings and Bodies, H. Ashley and M. Landahl, p. 739 (July). 

Elements of Hypersonic Aerodynamics, R. N. Cox, L. F. Crabtree, Sir Graham 
Sutton (Gen. Ed.), p. 678 (June). 

Theory of Laminar Flows, F. K. Moore (Ed.), p. 373 (Feb.). 


Aeronautics 

Aeronautics, Science Museum, C. H. Gibbs-Smith, G. W. B. Lacey, W. J. Tuck, 
W. T. O'Dea, p. 377 (Feb.). 

Aviation: The Creative Ideas, O. Stewart, p. 1108 (Dec.). 

Flight, H. Guyford Stever, James J. Haggerty, p. 372 (Feb.). 

L’Homme, L’Air et L’Espace, C. Dolifus, H. Beaubois, C. Rougeron, p. 740 (July). 

Mastery of the Air. An Account of the Science of Mechanical Flight, Sir Graham 
Sutton, p. 677 (June). 

Proceedings of the International Council of the Aeronautical Sciences; Fourth 
Congress in Paris 1964, R. R. Dexter (Ed.), p. 741 (July). 

Russian-English Aerospace Dictionary, Harry L. Darcy, pp. 376-377 (Feb.). 








JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL AERONAUTICAL SOCIETY 





Aircraft 

Aircraft Profiles Nos. 61-96, p. 1109 (Dec.). 

British Flying-Boats and Amphibians, R. G. Duval, p. 962 (Oct.). 

Building Aeroplanes for “Those Magnificent Men,’’ Air Commodore A. Wheeler, 


Pp. May). 
The Aircraft of the World, W. Green, G. Pollinger, p. 679 (June). 
The Focke-Wulfe 190: A Famous German Fighter, H. J. Nowarra, p. 742 (July) 
The Murder of TSR2, Stephen Hastings, p. 1045 (Nov.). 
Westiand 50, J. W. R. Taylor, M. F. Allward, p. 608 (May). 


Air Power 
The Broken Wing—A Study in the British Exercise of Air Power, David Divine, 
p. 738 (July). 


Biography 

Rolls of Rolls-Royce, Lord Montagu, p. 959 (Oct.). 

a Rising—The Autobiography of the Flying Fysh, Sir Hudson Fysh, p. 1108 
(Dec.). 


Cascades 
Aerodynamik der Schaufelgitter |, N. Scholz, p. 1107 (Dec.). 


Combustion 
Tenth Symposium (International) on Combustion, p. 453 (Mar.). 


Control 

Automatic Control of Aircraft and Missiles, J. H. Blakelock, p, 608 (May). 

Gyros, Proc. |. Mech.E., p. 607 (May). 

Statistical Dynamics of Linear Automatic Control Systems, V. V. Solodovnikov, 
p. 609 (May). 


Engines 
Carburation, C. H. Fisher, p. 961 (Oct.). 


Flight Test 
Flight Test Instrumentation, Vol. 3, M. A. Perry (Ed.), p. 610 (May). 


Fluid Mechanics 
Etude des transferts en mécanique des fluides monophasiques, M. Douchez, p. 819 


(Aug.). 
— to Physical Gas Dynamics, W. G. Vincenti, C. H. Kruger, p. 741 


(July). 
a Frontiers in Fluid Dynamics, (Eds.) R. J. Seeger, G. Temple, pp. 606-607 
ay). 


Flying 
Tales of Two Air Wars, Norman Macmillan, p. 453 (Mar.). 
The Powerless Ones: Gliding in Peace and War, Michael Cummings, p. 959 (Oct.). 


History 

The Aeronauts. A History of Ballooning, 1783-1903, L. T. C. Rolt, p. 1109 (Dec.). 

Beli and Baldwin: Their Development of Aerodromes and Hydrodomes at 
Baddock, Nova Scotia, J. H. Parkin, p. 375 (Feb.). 

The Invention of the Aeroplane, 1799-1909, C. H, Gibbs-Smith, p. 888 (Sept.). 

The Royal Flying Corps—A History, G. Norris, p. 607 (May). 

With Prejudice—The War Memoirs of Marshal of the ‘Royal Air Force, Lord 
Tedder, p. 1107 (Dec.). 


Industry 
Roots of British Air Policy, Richard Worcester, p. 888 (Sept.). 


Law 
internationales Lufttransportrech, Werner Guldimann, pp. 374-375 (Feb). 
Patent Protection: The Inventor and his Patent, C. Lees, p. 677 (June). 


Magnetohydrodynamics 

A Textbook of Magnetohydrodynamics, J. A. Shercliff, p. 453 (Mar.). 

rene Magnetohydrodynamics, G. W. Sutton and A. Sherman, p. 606 
ay 


Materials 
fens and Fracture of Metals and Alloys in Nuclear Environments, ASTM, p. 740 
July). 

Foundations of the Non-Linear Mechanics of Continua, L. |. Sedov, p. 740 (July). 

Fracture Toughness Testing and its Applications, ASTM, p. 374 (Feb.). 

High-Temperature Compounds of Rare Earth Metals with Nonmetals, G. V. 
Samsonov, p. 367 (Feb.). 

Metals for the Space Age, Plansee Proceedings, F. Benesousky (Ed.), p. 372 (Feb.). 

Physical Chemistry for Metallurgists, J. Mackowiak, pp. 373-374 (Feb.). 

Probability and its orgy | Uses, p. 371 (Feb.). 

Space 360 (One ‘ae C. G. Goetzel, J. B. Rittenhouse, J. B. Singletary (Eds.), 
Pp. Oct 


Mathematics 

Solution of Cubic and Quartic Equations, $. Neumark, p. 819 (Aug.). 
The Algebraic Eigenvalue eg J. H. Wilkinson, p. £09 ( May). 
The Matrix Analysis of Vibration, R. E. D. Bishop, p. 888 (See ) 


Mechanics 

Mecanique, M. Roy, p. 961 (Oct.). 

Science and Civilisation in China, Vol. IV, Part 2, J. Needham, p. 1103 (Dec.). 
Theory of Machines, P. J. Howard, p. 679 (une). 


Medicine 
A Textbook of Aviation Physiology, J. A. Gillies (Ed.), p. 609 (May). 


Space 

Astronautics for Science Teachers, J. G. Meitner (Ed.), p. 741 (July). 

H k of Satellites and Space Vehicles, R. P. Haviland, p. 372 (Feb.). 

Human Spatial Orientation, |. P. Howard, W. B. Templeton,  P- 960 (Oct.). 

Manned Satellites—Their Achiev and P W. F. Hilton, p. 678 
(June). 

Methods of Orbit Determination, P. R. Escobal, p. 738 (July). 

Other Worlds than Ours, C. Maxwell Cade, p. 1107 (Dec.). 

Planets for Man, S. H. Dole and |. Asimov, p. 679 (June). 

Sourcebook on the Space Sciences, S. Glasstone, pp. 371-372 (Feb.). 

Space Probes and Planetary Explanation, W. Corliss, pp. 607-608 (May). 

Space Science and Engineering, E. Stuhlinger, G. Mesmer (Eds.), p. m9 (Aug.). 








Stability 
An Introduction to the Longitudinal Static Stability of Low-speed Aircraft, F. G. 
Irving, p. 959 (Oct.). 


Structures 

1965 Book of ASTM Standards, hey 16: Structural Sandwich Constructions; 
Wood; Adhesives, pp. 

Basic Theory of Structures, J. S. C. ones, p. 1110 (Dec.). 


Creep and Stress Relaxation in Metals I, 1. A. Oding (Ed.), p. 679 (June). 
Elementary Mechanics of Solids, P. P. Benham, p. 739 (July). 
Foundations of Solid Mechanics, Y. C. Fung, pp. 453-454 (Mar.). 
Linear Elastic Theory of Thin Shells, J. E. Gibson, p. 677 (June). 

The Design of Structures of Least Weight, H. L. Cox, p. 367 (Feb.). 
The Stability of Frames; M. R. Horne, W. Merchant, p. 741 (July). 
Therma! Stress Analyses, D. J. Johns, p. 371 (Feb.). 


Navigation 
The Principles of Navigation, E. W. Anderson, p. 742 (July). 


Propulsion 
Jet eee for Aerospace Applications, W. J. Hesse, N. V. S. Mumford, p. 742 


(July). 
Rockets 


Dynamics of Rockets and Satellites, G. V. Groves (Ed.), p. 375 (Feb.). 
The History of Rocket Technology, Eugene M. Emme, (Ed.), p. 374 (Feb.). 


Wind Tunnel 
High Speed Wind Tunnel Testing, A. Pope, K. C. Goin, p. 739 (July). 


REVIEWS, AUTHORS 


Allward, M. F., Taylor, J. W. R.,Westland 50, p. 608 (May). 

Anderson, E. W., The Principles of Navigation, p. 742 (July). 

Ashley, H., Landahl, M., Aerodynamics of Wings and Bodies, p. 739 (July). 

Asimov, |., Dole, S. H., Planets for Man, p. 679 (June). 

ASTM, Flow and Fracture of Metals and Alloys in Nuclear Environments, p. 740 
(July). 

ASTM, Fracture Toughness Testing and its Applications, p. 374 (Feb.). 

ASTM, 1965 Book of ASTM Standards, Part 16: Structural Sandwich Con- 
structions; Wood; Adhesives, pp. 609-610 (May). 

—, H., Rougeron, C., Dollfus, C., L’'Homme, L'Air et L'Espace, p. 740 
(July). 

Benesousky, ¥. &. Plansee Proceedings, Metals for the Spec Age, p. 372 (Feb.). 

5 4S tary Mechanics of Solids, p. 739 (July). 

Bishop, R.E. D° The Matrix Analysis of Vibration, p. 888 (Sept.). 

Blakelock, J. H., Automatic Control of Mircraft and Missiles, p. 608 (May). 

Browne, J. S. C., Basic Theory of Structures, p. 1110 (Dec.). 

Cade, C. Maxwell, Other Worlds than Ours, p. 1107 (Dec.). 

Corliss, W., Space Probes and Planetary Exploration, pp. 607-608 (May). 

Cox, H. L., The Design of Structures of Least Weight, p. 367 (Feb.). 

Cox, R. N., Crabtree, L. F., Sutton, Sir Graham (Gen. Ed.), Elements of Hyper- 
sonic Aerodynamics, p . 678 (June). 

Crabtree, L. F., Cox, R. N.. Sutton, Sir Graham (Gen. Ed.), Elements of Hyper- 
sonic Aerodynamics, Pp. 678 (June). 

Cummings, M., The Powerless Ones: Gliding in Peace and War, p. 959 (Oct.). 

Darcy, Harry .. Russian-English Aerospace Dictionary, pp. 376-377 (Feb.). 

Dexter, R. R. (Ed. ), Proceedings of the International Council of the Aeronautical 
Sciences; Fourth Congress in Paris 1964, p. 741 (July). 

Divine, David, The Broken Wing—A Study in the British Exercise of Air Power, 
p. 738 (July). 

Dole, S. H., Asimov, I., Planets for Man, p. 679 (June). 

Dollifus, C., Beaubois, H., Rougeron, ‘¢. L’'Homme, L'Air et L’Espace, p. 740 
(July). 

Qeathin, M., Etude des transferts en mécanique des fluides monophasiques, p- 
819 (Aug 5. 

Duval, R. C. British Flying-Boats and Amphibians, p. 962 (O 

Emme, Eugene M. (Ed.), The History of Rocket od alle wong p “hn (Feb.). 

Escobal, P. R., Methods of Orbit Determination, p. 738 (July). 

Fisher, C. H., ‘Carburation, p. 961 (Oct.). 

Fry, C. Thornton, Probability and its Engineering Uses, p. 371 (Feb.). 

Fung, Y. C., Foundations of Solid Mechanics, pp. 453-454 (Mar.). 

Fysh, Sir Hudson, Qantas Rising—The Autobiography of the Flying Fysh, p. 1108 





(Dec.). 

Gibbs-Smith, C. H., The Invention of the Aeroplane, 1799-1909, p. 888 (Sept.). 

Gibson, J. E., Linear Elastic Theory of Thin Shells, p. 677 (June). 

Gillies, J. A. (Ed. ), A Textbook of Aviation Physiology, p. 609 (M 

Glasstone, Samuel, Sourcebook on the Space Sciences, pp. 371-372 (Feb. ) 

Goetzel, C. G., et al. (Editors), Space Materials Handbook, p. 960 (Oct.) 

Goin, K. L., Pope, A., High Speed Wind Tunnel Testing, p. 739 (July) 

Green, Ww. ‘and Pollinger, G., The Aircraft of the World, p. 679 a 

Groves, G. V. (Ed.), Dynamics of Rockets and Satellites, p. 375 (Feb 

Guldimann, Werner, Internationales Lufttransportrecht, pp. Aas (Feb.). 

Haggerty, James J. and Stever, Guyford H., ana p. 372 (Feb.). 

Hastings, Stephen, The Murder of TSR2, p. 1045 (Nov.). 

Haviland, R. P., Handbook of Satellites and Space Vehicles, p. 372 (Feb.). 

esse, Ww. J., Mumford, N. V. S., Jet Propulsion for Aerospace Applications, p. 

742 (July). 

Hilton, W. F., Manned Satellites, Their Achievements and Potentialities, p. 678 
(June). 

Horne, M. R., Merchant, W., The Stability of Frames, p. 741 (July). 

Howard, |. P., Templeton, W. B., Human Spatial Orientation, p. 960 (Oct.). 

Howard, P. J., Theory of Machines, p . 679 (June). 

Irving, F. G., ‘An Introduction to the Longitudinal Static Stability of Low-Speed 
Aircraft, p. 959 (Oct.). 

Johns, D. J., Tacoma Stress Analysis, p. 371 (Feb.). 

“—— C. H., Vincenti, W. G., Introduction to Physical Gas Dynamics, p. 741 
(July). 

Landahi, M., Ashley, M., Aerodynamics of Wings and Bodies, p. 739 (July), 

Lees, C., Patent Protection: The Inventor and his Patent, p. 677 (June). 

Mackowiak, J., Physical Chemistry for Metallurgists, pp. 373-374 (Feb.). 

Macmillan, Norman, Tales of Two Air Wars, 453 (Mar.). 

Meitner, J. G., Astronautics for Science Teaches. p. 741 (July). 

Merchant, W., Horne, M. R., The Stability of Frames, p. 741 (July). 

Mesmer, G., Stuhlinger, E. (Eds.), Space Science and Engineering, p. 819 (Aug.). 

Montagu, Lord, Rolls of Rolls-Royce, p. 959 (Oct.). 

Moore, F. K. (Ed.), Theory of Laminar Flows, p. 373 (Feb.). 

Mumford, N. V. S., Hesse, W. J., Jet Propulsion for Aerospace Applications, p. 
742 (July). 

Needhan, J., Science and Civilisation in China, p. 1109 (Dec.). 

Neumark, ‘. Solution of Cubic and Quartic Equations, p. 819 (Aug.). 

Norris, G., The Royal Flying Corps— A History, p (May). 

Nowarra, H. J., The Focke-Wulfe 190: A enous German Fighter, p. 742 (July). 

Oding, |. A. (Ed.), Creep and Stress Relaxation in Metals, p. 679 (June). 

Parkin, J. H., Bell and Baldwin: Their Development of Aerodromes and Hydro- 
domes at Baddock, Nova Scotia, p. 375 (Feb.). 

Perry, M. A. (Ed.), Flight Test Instrumentation, Vol. 3, p. 610 (May). 

Pollinger, G., Green, W., The Aircraft of the World, p. 679 (June). 

Pope, A., Goin, K. L., High Speed Wind Tunnel Testing, p. 739 (July). 

Rittenhouse, J. B., et al. (Eds.), Space Materials Handbook, p. 960 (Oct.). 

Rolt, L. T. C., The Aeronauts—A | History * a, p. 1109 (Dec.). 

—— C!, Dolifus, C., B » 4, L , L’Air et L’Espace, p. 740 

Roy, M., Mecanique (in French), p. 961 (Oct.). 











INDEX TO VOLUME LXX—JANUARY-DECEMBER 1966 





Samsonov, G. V., High-Temperature Compounds of Rare Earth Metals with 
Nonmetals, p. 367 (Feb.). 

Scholz, N., Aerodynamik der Schaufelgitter |, p. 1107 (Dec.). 

Science Museum, Aeronautics, p. 377 (Feb.). 

Sedov, L. |., Foundations of the Non-Linear Mechanics of Continua, p. 740 (July). 

Seeger, R. J., Temple, G. (Editors), Research Frontiers in Fluid Dynamics, pp. 


606-607 (May). 

Shercliff, J. A. A., Textbook of Magnetohydrodynamics, p. 453 (Mar.). 

Sherman, A., Sutton, G. W., Engineering Magnetohydrodynamics, p. 606 (May). 

Singletary, J. B., et al. (Eds.), Space Materials Handbook, p. 960 (Oct.) 

Solodovnikov, v. V., Statistical Dynamics of Linear Automatic nol Systems, 
p. 609 (May). 

Stever, Guyford H. and Haggerty, James J., Flight, p. 372 (Feb.). 

Stewart, Oliver, Aviation; The Creative Ideas, p. 1108 (Dec.). 

Stuhlinger, E., Mesmer, G. (Editors), Space Science and Engineering, p. 819 (Aug.). 

Sutton, Sir Graham, Mastery of the Air. An Account of the Science of Mechanical 
Flight, p. 677 (June). 

Sutton, Sir Graham (Gen. Ed.), Cox, R. N., Crabtree, L. F., Elements of Hypersonic 
Aerodynamics, p. 678 (June). 

Sutton, G. W., Sherman, A., Engineering Magnetohydrodynamics, p. 606 (May). 

Taylor, J. W. R., Allward, M. F., Westland 50, p. 608 (May). 

Tedder, Lord, With Prejudice—The War Memoirs of Marshal of the Royal Air 
Force, p. 1107 (Dec.). 

Temple, G., Seeger, R. J. (Editors), Research Frontiers in Fluid Dynamics, pp. 606— 
607 (May). 

Templeton, W. B., Howard, |. P., Human Spatial Orientation, p. 960 (Oct.). 

Wheeler, Air Commodore Allen, Building Aeroplanes for ‘“‘Those Magnificent 
Men,”’ pp. 608-609 (May). 

Wilkinson, J. H., The Algebraic Eigenvalue Problem, p. 609 (May). 

Worcester, R., Roots of British Air Policy, p. 888 (Sept.). 

Vincenti, W. G., Kruger, C. H., Introduction to Physical Gas Dynamics, p. 741 
(July). 


REYN OLDS-PRANDTL LECTURE, THIRD 
Recent German Contributions to Research in Thermogasdynamics of Aerospace 
Propulsion Systems, A. W. Quick (Summary), p. XXIV (Mar.). (Lecture), 
pp. 705-721 (July). 


RHODESIA 
Cotton Spraying in Rhodesia, D. R. Johnstone, pp. 1075-1076 (Dec.). 


RICHARDS, D. J. W. 
Survey of Aerodynamic Problems in the Electrical Power Supply industry, pp. 
560-565 (May). 


RICHARDS, S. T. A. 
Some Handley Page Recollections, p. 142 (Jan.). 


RIPPER, R. A. 
Alan Marsh Award Note, p. XCIl (Dec.). 
The Economics of Agricultural Aviation in New Zealand (Summary), p. 1025 
(Nov.). 


ROBERTS, B.W. 
The Steady Flow Through a Cascade of Closely Spaced Circular Cylinders, pp. 
886-887 (Sept.). 


ROBINSON, J. 
World Survey, April 1965, Computer Utilisation for Structural Analysis, p. 735 
(July). 


ROCKETS—See Guided Flight, Propulsion and Space 


ROSSITER, H. G. 
Aircraft Reliabilicy in Service—The State of Affairs in Civil Airlines, pp. 396-398 
(Mar.). 


ROTORCRAFT 

Air Traffic Control of Helicopters—Symposium Summary, p. XXIV (Mar.). 

Applications of Circulation Control by Blowing to Helicopter Rotors, Dr. I. 
Cheeseman and A. R. Seed (Lecture Summary), p. XVII (Feb.). 

British Rotorcraft, R. Hafner, pp. 235-242 (Jan.). 

Heavy Assault Transport Helicopter, R. B. Lightfoot, pp. 914-922 (Oct.). 

Increased Use of Helicopters in Commercial Agriculture, R. A. Moore, pp. 1073- 
1075 (Dec.). 

Future of Rotorcraft and Hovercraft, Sir Eric Mensforth (Lecture Summary), p 
LIX (Aug 

Future Powerplants for Rotorcraft, G. L. Wilde and P. A. Taylor (Lecture 
Summary), p. XVII (Feb. 

Progress of the Rigid Rotor Concept, |. H. Culver (Lecture Summary), p. LXXIX 
Nov.). 

Selected Aspects of the Aerodynamics of Rotorcraft, A. E. Clarke, A. R. S. 
Bramwell (Lecture Summary), p. LX XIX (Nov.). 

Symposium: Italian Helicopter Activities, L. Concato; Principles and Objectives 
of Cost Effectiveness Analysis, A. Stratton (Summary), p. 0000 (Dec.). 


ROYAL AERO CLUB 
The Royal Aero Club of the United Kingdom, pp. 487-490 (April). 


ROWLEY, D. 
Improvements in Management Control of Complex Projects (Lecture Summary) 
p. XVII (Feb.). 


ROYAL AERONAUTICAL SOCIETY 

Acknowledgments, pp. XII (Feb.), XXi (Mar.), XXVII Ye - (June), XLIX 
(July), LVI (Aug.), LXV (Sept.), LXXV (Nov.), LXXV (D 

Advisory Committee, pp. 23, 25-28, 149, 172, 173 (Jan.). 

Aeronautical Exhibition, First, 1868 (Illus.), p. 10 (Jan.). 

Aeronautical Society, Members and the Maxim Machine, Baldwins Park, 1893 
(itlus.), p. 12 (Jan.). 

Agricultural Aviation Group All-day Meeting, p. | (Jan.). 

Agricultural Aviation and Man Powered Aircraft Groups, p. XLIX (July). 

Aircraft Production, 1918-1926, p. LXXV (Nov.), 


Airlift to the Hajj, p. Li (July). 

Alan Cobham Prize, p. XV (Feb.). 

Anglo-American Aeronautical Conference 1967, LXXXII (Dec.). 

Annual General Meeting, pp. XXI (Mar.), XXVII (April), XLI (June). 

Annual Report of the Council, The One Hundred and First, 1965-66, pp. 506-531 
(April). 

Applications for Fellowships, p. LXXXI (Dec.). 

Applied Research in Rheology, Gold Medal, p. LXX (Oct.). 

Associate Fellowship Examinations, p. LXXI (Oct.). 

Miss F. E. Barwood, pp. LXIX (Oct.), LXXXII (Dec.). -—- 

Branches: Alcock, W. Newman, an appreciation, p. LXXX (Nov.); Centenary 
Celebrations, pp. | (Jan.), XXV (Mar.), XXXIV (April), eB ie (May}, XLVII! 
(June), Lill (july), LXV (Sept.), LXXIII (Oct.); Conference, pp. XIX (Feb.), 
XLVIII (June); CEI Local Committees, p. XXV (Mar.); Bedford, p. Lill (July); 
Belfast, p. XXV (Mar.); Bristol, pp. XXXIV (April) XXXIX (May), Lill 
(July), LX (Aug.); Brough, pp. XXV (Mar.), LX (Aug.), LXXX (Nov.); 
Christchurch (Illus.), p. LXXX (Nov.); Coventry, p. XXXIV (April); Derby, 
p. LXXX (Nov.); Gloucester and Cheltenham, pp. Lill (July), ST (Oct.); 
Halton, p. XLVIII (June); Hatfield, pp. XXXIX (May), Lill uly); Leicester 
Branch Becomes Loughborough, p. XXIII (Mar.); London Airport, p. Lill 
(July); Loughborough, p. LXXX (Nov.); Luton, p. Lill (July); Preston, pp. 
XXXIV (April), Lill (July); Prestwick, pp. Lill (July), LX (Aug.); Reading, 7 
XXXIX (May); River Thames, p. LX (Aug.); Southend, pp. XXV (Mar.), 
XXXIV (Apri!), XXXIX (May), XLVIII (June), Lill (July); Swindon, p. xIxX 
(Feb.); Weybridge, pp. XIX (Feb.), Lill (July) 

British Acoustical Society, p. XLII! (June) 

British Light Aviation, p. LVII (Aug.). 

British National Committee on Materials and the British National Committee for 
Non-Destructive Testing, p. XXXVII (May). 

Cambridge, New Appointments at, p. Lil (July). 

CE! Examinations, p. XCI (Dec.); ‘Qualifications for Chartered Engineer, p. XCI 
(Dec.); News, p. LXV Sept.). 

Centenary—Address by H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh, pp. 893-900 (Oct.); 
Banquet, pp. XI (Feb.), XLIX (July); Calendar, p. XII (Feb.); Congress, p. XI 
(Feb.); Congress and 5th Congress of ICAS, pp. XLII-—XLIII (une), LIX 
ne 1026-1030 (Nov.); Conversazione, pp. 351-356 (Feb.); Garden Party, 

. XXVII (April), XXXVI (May), LX (Aug.), 811-813 (Aug.); Greetings, pp. 
353 355 (Feb.); Luncheon, pp. 618-620 (June). 

Centenary of “Engineering,”’ p. XII (Feb.). 

Chapman Fund, p. XLIX (July). 

Chartered Engineers, p. LXXXI(Dec.), Lecture 1966, p. | (Jan.). 

Claude the Condor, p. 21 (Jan.). 

Courses on Air Law, p. LXV (Sept.). 

Courses in Applied Mechanics, p. L (July). 

Course on Aspects of Engineering Design, p. XXVII (April). 

Course on Experimental Fluid Dynamics, p. XXVII (April). 

Colloquium—Constant Frequency Power Generation, p. LXIX (Oct.). 

Council: 1866, p. 4 (Jan.); One Hundred Years Ago—Council Minutes, pp. XVIII 
(Feb.), XXIV (Mar.), XXXII (April); Extract from Minute Book, 12th January 
1946, p. 29 (Jan.); Council Meeting, 1950 (illus.), p. 22 (Jan.); Nomination of 
Condideion, pp. XI (Feb.), XXI (Mar.); 

Data Sheet, 1927 (illus.), p. 34 (Jan.). 

Design Research Society, p. XLI (June). 

Dinner under the Original Wright Machine, Science Museum, 1928 (Illus.), p. 19 
(Jan.). 

Divisions: Australian, pp. LVII (Aug.), LX XVII (Nov.); New Zealand p. LVII (Aug.); 
Rhodesia p. XC (Dec.); Southern Africa, pp. XXXII (April); LXXXI (Dec.) 

Dorothy Spicer Memorial Award, 1965, p. XII (Feb.). 

Elections, pp. Ill (Jan.), XV (Feb.), XXII (Mar.), XXIX (April), XXXVII (May), 
XLIV (June), L (July), LVIIl (Aug.), LXV (Sept.), LXIX (Oct.), LXXV (Nov.), 
LXXXIV (Dec.). 

Elliott Memorial Prize, pp. XLI (June), LXXV (Nov.). 

Engineer Man Power, Survey, p. XXXVI (May). 

Engineers’ Foreign Language Circle, p. LXXXV (Dec.). 

Engineers’ Guild Appointments Service, p. XLV (June). 

Entrance Hall at 4 Hamilton Place, 1939 (illus.), p. 22 (Jan.). 

ETPS Staff Visit to Canada and the U.S.A., p. XXVII (April). 

ESDU p. ! (Jan.). 

Federation of Automatic Control Congress, p. LX XVII (Nov.). 

Filtration Society Gold Medal, p. XLIII (June). 

Fellows Elected, pp. | (Jan.), XXI(Mar.), XXVII (April), XXXVI (May), XLI (June), 
XLIX (July), LVI (Aug.), LXXV (Nov.), LXXXiil (Dec.) 

Future Developments in Inertial Navigation (Summary), p. Lil (July). 

Graduates’ and Students’ Section: Alan Marsh Award, pp. LXXIV(Oct.), LXXXIII 
(Dec.); Centenary Symposium, pp. XXVI (Mar.), XL (May), XLVI-XLVII 
(June); LXI-LXIV (Aug.); Chairman's Letter, p. LXXIV (Oct); City University 
Sub-Section, p. LXXIX (Nov.); Committee, pp. LIV (July), LXXIV (Oct.); 
Elections, p. XX Northampton College Sub-Section, p. XX (Feb.); Preserving 
Historic Aircraft, C. Abell, J. G. Davis, C. Klapper (Summary), p. XCH (Dec.); 
Visit to Guinness Brewery, p. XL (May). 

Handley Page Memorial Fund, p. XXXVI (May). 

Henlow Prize, p. LXXXVI (Dec.). 

History of Aviation in Scotland, p. LVI! (Aug.). 

History of the Society, J. L. Pritchard, pp. 5-29 (Jan.). 

History of the Society, Short, p. LXXXVI (Dec.). 

Honours Awarded to Members, pp. | (Jan.), X! (Feb.), XX! (Mar.), XLI (June), 
XLIX (July), LVI (Aug.), LXIX (Oct.), LXXV (Nov.), LXXXII (Dec.). 

Honorary Companions, p. LXXXIill (Dec.). 

Honorary Fellow, p. LXXXIil (Dec.). 

H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh, pp. 2, 3 (Jan.), XLI, 618 (June), 893-900 (Oct.), 
1026-1029 (Nov.). 

— Astronautical Congress, XVilth, Madrid, pp. XIV (Feb.), XXXVI 
May). 

International Conference on Non-Destructive Testing, Fifth, p. XV (Feb.). 

Joint British Committee for Stress Analysis, p LXXXV (Dec.). 

The Journal, p. 381 (Mar.). 

Journal Back Issues, p. XII (Feb.). 

Journal Binding, p. LXXV (Nov.). 

Journal, January 1966, pp. |! “—s XII (Feb.). 

Lecture on Dr. A. P. Thurston, p. XI_(Feb.). 

Lecture Summaries, pp. V (Jan. 4 XVil (Feb.), XXIV (Mar.), XXX (April), LIX 
(Aug.), LXVIII (Sept.), LX XII (Oct.), yor (Nov.), LXXXIX (Dec.). 

Library at Albemarle Street (illus.), p. 21 (Jan 

Library, Additions to the, pp. Vi (Jan.), a 377 (Feb.), 454 (Mar.), 538 (Apri!), 
610-611 (May), 680 rode 4 743-744 (July), 820 (Aug.), 889-890 (Sept.), 962 
(Oct.), 1045 dusv., 1110 (Dec 

Library Notes, pp. XXVII (April), XLIx (July), LVI (Aug.), LXV (Sept.). 

Louis Bleriot Lecture, 19th, p. X b.). 

Management Studies Group, Pp. KOC (Dec.). 

Medals and Awards 1966, p. LXXXIill (Dec.). 

Mike Lithgow, Memorial, p. XXVII (April). 

News of Members, pp. IV (Jan.), XV (Feb.), XXIII (Mar.), XXIX (April), XXXVI 
(May), LXIV Soe L (July), LIX (Aug.), LXVII (Sept.), LXXI (Oct.), LXXVIE 
(Nov.), LXXXVI (Dec 

New Year ly p.! (an.). 

Non-Destructive Testing Conference, p. LXXVII (Nov.). 








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Presentation of the First Gold Medals to the Wright Brothers, 1909 (Illus.), p. 13 
(Jan.). 

Presentation to Sir Vernon Brown, p. XIV (Feb.). 

President 1966-1967, p. XXXV (May). 

President-Elect and Vice-President, p. XLI (June). 

Prizes for written papers, p. XXXVI (May). 

Professional Engineering Manpower Survey, p. LVIII (Aug.). 

Public International Law, Research Fellowships, p. LXXXV (Dec.). 

RAeS Prizes, pp. XII (Feb.), LX XV (Nov.). 

RAeS—RAF Meeting, Bristol 1941 (Illus.), p. 158 (Jan.). 

RAF Locking Prize, pp. XLIX (July), LXXXVI (Dec.). 

Rees Jeffreys Grant for Research into the Economics of Transport, p. XXXVI 
(May). 

RFC Memorial, pp. XXXVII (May), LXV (Sept.). 

Robert Blackburn Memorial Trust, p. XXXVI' (May). 

Rotorcraft Section Dinner, pp. XLIX (July), LVI (Aug.). 

‘Royal’ conferred on the Society, 1918, (illus.), p. 14 (Jan.). 

SBAC Air Display Stand (Illus.), p. LXIX (Oct.). 

School of Welding Technology, p. IV (Jan.). 

Science Research Council Postgraduate Awards, p. XLIII (June). 

Secretary's News Letter, p. LXXXI (Dec.). 

Strain Analysis Journal, p. LVII (Aug.). 

Symposium on High Temperature Problems in Aircraft Design, pp. | (Jan.), XIV 
(Feb.), XX (Mar.). 

Symposium on the Impact of Digital Computers on Engineering, pp. XII (Feb.), 
XXI (Mar.). 

Symposi on Manag p. XI (Feb.). 

Symposium on Metallic Peseriais, p. | (Jan.). 

Symposium on Structural Stability and Optimisation, pp. L (July), LXX (Oct.). 

Technical Department Change of Name, p. | (Jan.). 

Terrace at rear of 4 Hamilton Place, 1939 (Illus.), p. 23 (Jan.). 

Test Pilots’ Group Annual General Meeting, p. Xx! (Mar.). 

Test Pilots’ Group Lecture, p. XII (Feb.). 

Ultrasonoscope School, p. XIV (Feb.). 

War Conferences, pp. 24-25 (Jan.). 

Whitworth Foundation Awards, p. | (Jan.). 

Women's Engineering Society Annual Conference, p. L (July). 

Zonta International Earhart Fellowship, p. LXIX (Oct.). 





ROYAL AIRCRAFT ESTABLISHMENT AND FACTORY 
Aerodynamics Department 1918 (Illus.), p. 77 (Jan.). 
Antiquity of the RAE, P. B. Walker, pp. 40-43 (Jan.). 
Book of Aeron, pp. 85-88 (Jan.). 
Early Days with Aircraft Design and Development, T. fone pp. 492-494 (April). 
Early Flights at Farnborough, C. G. Sandison, p. 491 (Apr 
Engine Flight—RAE in Wartime, J. M. F. White, pp. 1892-1093 (Dec.). 
My Early rma at the Royal Aircraft Factory, 1914 Onwards, H. L. Stevens, pp. 
92-94 (Jan.) 
Propeller manufacture, hand carving (Illus.), p. 346 (Feb.). 
RAE Farnborough about 1916, aircraft line-up (Illus.), p. 94 (Jan.). 
Sir Roy Fedden, pp. 170-171 (Jan.). 
Some Early Experiments, W. K. Alford, p. 433 (Mar.). 
Staff of AID-Military Aeronautics Directorate, 1915 (Illus.), p. 151 (Jan.). 
When Aeronautica! Science was Young, Sir Geoffrey Taylor, pp. 108-113 (Jan.). 


ROYAL AIR FORCE 
Reflections on and Reminiscences of the Royal Air Force, Air Vice-Marshal 
Silyn Roberts, pp. 202-206 (Jan.). 


ROBERTS, AIR VICE-MARSHAL SILYN 
Reflections on and Reminiscences of the Royal Air Force, pp. 202-206 (Jan.). 


RUGLEN, N., WALLIS, R. A. 
On the Aerodynamics .of “Hangar’’ type Engine Test Facilities, pp. 312-320 
(Feb.). 


RUSSELL, G. C. D. 
The Pioneers, God Bless ‘Em, pp. 140-142 (Jan.). 


RUTHERFORD, D., DYER, P., NOTON, A. R. M. 
The Application of Dynamic Programming to the Design of Invariant Auto- 
Stabilisers, pp. 469-476 (April). 


SAFETY 
Escape, Survival, Search and Rescue, B. W. Townshend, pp. 1065-1072 (Dec.). 


SANDISON, C. G. 
Early Flights at Farnborough, p. 491 (April). 


SARGINSON, E. 
Aircraft Relicbiliey i in Service—A Résumé of Methods of Contracting, pp. 421-422 


Mar.). 
SATELLITES—see Guided Flight, Propulsion, Space 


SAYER, M. P. 
Wyvenhoe Flier, Correspondence, p. 1090 (Dec.). 


SBAC 
The Society of British Aerospace Companies Ltd., H. W. Goodinge, pp. 836-842 


(Sept.). 


SCHNEIDER TROPHY 
Tea Party at West Wittering (Illus.), 162, 174; Memories of the Last 
Schneider Trophy Contests, F. R. a pp. 179-180; 1931 entries at Calshot 


(IMus.), p. 180 (VJan.). 


SCRUTON, C. 
A Brief Review of Wind Effects on Buildings and Structures, pp. 553-560 (May). 


SEED, A. R., CHEESEMAN, DR. I. C. 
Applications of Circulation Control by Blowing to Helicopter Rotors (Lecture 


Summary), p. XVII (Feb.). 


SEMPILL, LORD 
An appreciation by F. J. Boreham, p. 621 (June). 
An appreciation by J. L. Pritchard, pp. 543-544 (May). 


SHAW, H. W. 
Recent Developments in Titanium, pp. 777-781 (Aug.). 


SHENSTONE, B. S. 
Hindsight is Always One Hundred Percent, pp. 131-134 (Jan.). 


SHEPHERD, C. W. H. 
The UK Polaris Project, pp. 843-848 (Sept.). 


SHIMSHONI, M., GILLIS, J. 
Initial Flow in the Entrance of a Straight Circular Pipe, pp. 368-369 (Feb.). 


SHORT, 
Pp. 196 lism); “Aircraft with Stressed Skin Metal Construction, pp. 1031-1035 


(Nov.). 


SIMPSON, A. 
An Improved Displaced Frequency Method for Estimation of Dynamical Character- 
istics of Mechanical Systems, pp. 661-665 (June). 
A Note on the Improved Displaced Frequency Method Applied to Dynamical 
Systems having a Pair of Equal Frequencies, pp. 1095 (Dec.). 


SKORECKI,. J. 
Some Formulae for Deflection and Volumetric Displacement of a Flat Circular 
Plate, pp. 957-958 (Oct.). 


SLATTERY, REAR ADMIRAL SIR MATTHEW 
The Fleet Air Arm, pp. 208-211 (Jan.). 


SMEDLEY, A. W. 
Aircraft Reliability in Service—Some Thoughts on Contracting for Reliability, 


pp. 425-426 (Mar.). 


SMITH, G. T. 
Some Aspects of International Collaboration Between Bristol Siddeley and 


SNECMA, pp. 615-617 (June). 


SMITH, N. J. 
Aircraft Reliability in Service—The Problems of Electronics, pp. 408-410 (Mar.). 


SMITH, T. L. 
Twenty Years of Guided Weapons, pp. 585-591 (May). 


SMITH, T. W. 
An Approach to Economic Space Transportation, pp. 802-810 (Aug.). 
Correspondence, p. 1087 (Dec.). 


SMITH, T. W., DERBYSHIRE, T., CLEGG, W. B. 
Economic Space Transportation, pp. 849-862 (Sept.). 


SNOW, JULIAN 
Graduates’ and Students’ Section C 


(Aug.). 


y), p. LX 





SOPWITH, SIR THOMAS 
Tribute to Sir Sydney Camm, p. 749 (Aug.). 


SPACE—See also Guided Flight, Propulsion 
An ao to Economic Space Transportation, T. W. Smith, pp. 802-810 


(Aug.) 

BIS Seonarhin, 1938 (illus.), p. 289 (Jan. 

Britain’s Future in Space, Lord Biome « pp. 623-631 (June). 

Economic Space Transportation, T. Derbyshire, W. B. Clegg, T. W. Smith, pp. 
849-862 (Sept.). 

Economic Space Transportation, Correspondence, D. M. Ashford, T. W. Smith, 
p. 1087 (Dec.). 

Mustard (Illus.), pp. 630,631 (June). 

Propulsion for Space Flight, S. K. Hoffman (Lecture Summary), p. XXIV (Mar.), 
Lecture, pp. 901-913 (Oct.). 

Rocketry and Space Flight, A. V. Cleaver, pp. 288-293 (Jan.). 

Simulators for the Lunar Mission, J. M. McGowan (Lecture Summary), p. XVII 
(Feb.). 


SQUIRE, L. C. 
Some Effects of Design Load Distribution on the off-design Behaviour of Slender 
Wings—Correction to August 1965, p. 676 (June). 


SRIDHAR, K., TU, P. K. C. 
Effects of an Initial Gap on the Flow in a Turbulent Wall Jet, pp. 669-673 (June). 


STACK, J. 
The Prospects for Hypersonic Flight, Fifty-fifth oa Orville Wright 


Memorial Lecture (Lecture Summary), p. LXXIX (Nov.). 
STALLING—-see Test Pilots 


STEPHENS, A. V. 
Some British Contributions to Aerodynamics, pp. 71-78 (Jan.). j 











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STEVENS, H. L. 
My Early Days at the Royal Aircraft Factory, 1914 Onwards, pp. 92-94 (Jan.). 


a 


STEVENS, J. H. 
Aircraft Accessories, pp. 221-226 (Jan.). 


STRATTON, A. 
Principles and Objectives of Cost Effectiveness Analysis (Lecture Summary), p. 
LXXXIX (Dec.). 


STRUCTURES 
Aircraft Structures, H. B. Howard, pp. 54-66 (Jan.). 
Aircraft with Stressed Skin Metal Construction, H. O. Short, pp. 1031-1035 


(Nov.). 

Arbitrary Quadrilateral Spar Webs for the Matrix Displacement Method, J. H. 
Argyris, TN6, pp, 359-362 (Feb.). 

A Survey, Chiefly Historical, but with a Structural Flavour, covering the Period 
1939-1964, R. H. T. Harper, pp. 477-486 (April) 

Box Wing Theory, J. L. Taylor, p. 660 (June). 

Correction to Argyris TN’s 1 and 2, p. 452 (Mar.). 

Decision Theory and the Shape of Structures, R. F. D. Porter Goff, pp. 448-458 
(Mar.). 

Evaluation of the Heat Dissipated Inside Compartments by Internal Structural 
Members on High Speed Aircraft, R. Le Claire, pp. 534-537 (April). 

Geodetic fuselage of Vickers B.932 (Illus.), p. 216 (Jan.). 

Free Vibrations of Cantilever Plates with Swept-Back Leading Edge, A. 
Kornecki and G. Maimon, pp. 604-605 (May) 

Hurricane wing (Illus.), p. 216 (Jan.). 

Linear Buckling of Circular Cylindrical Shells under Asymmetric Axial Compress- 
ive Stress Distributions, D. J. Johns, pp. 1095-1097 (Dec.). 

Membrane Parallelogram Element with Linearly Varying Edge Strain, J. H. 
Argyris, TN7, pp. 599-604 (May). 

Miss L. Chitty, pp. 67-68 (Jan.). 

Mosquito fuselages (Illus.), pp. 115-216 (Jan.). 

Rates of Change of the Eigenvalues of a Lambda Matrix and their Use in Flutter 
Investigations, D. L. Woodcock, pp. 364-365 (Feb.). 

Recent Data on the Collapse of Spherical Caps under External Pressure, B. Klein, 
pp. 366-367 (Feb.). 

Shear Stiffness of Sandwich Panels, A Review of Test Methods, pp. 950-951 (Oct.) 

Some Formulae for Deflection and Voiumetric Displacement of a Flat Circular 
Plate, J. Skorecki, pp. 957-958 (Oct.). 

Tapered TRIM 6 Element for the Matrix Displacement Method, TN 8, J. H. 
Argyris, pp. 1040-1043 (Nov.). 

The Well-Balanced Structure, Sir Alfred Pugsley, 54th Wilbur and Orville 
Wright Memorial Lecture, pp. 304-311 (Feb.). 

TRIAX 6 Element for Axisymmetric Analysis by the Matrix Displacement 
Method, J. H. Argyris, TNs 9 and 10, pp. 1102-6 (Dec.). 

World Survey, Computer Utilisation, John Robinson, pp. 735-737 (July). 


STURGESS, G. J. 
The Journal, Correspondence, p. 582 (May). 


STURM, F. 
Aircraft Reliability in Service—Accessories, pp. 413-414 (Mar.). 


SUNDEN A. 
Relationships Between Government and Aeronautics—A Discussion, pp. 382-392 
Mar.). 


SWEDEN 
Relationships Between Government and Aeronautics—A Discussion, pp. 382-392 
(Mar.). 


TAYLOR, SIR GEOFFREY 
When Aeronautical Science was Young, pp. 108-113 (Jan.). 


TAYLOR, J. LOCKWOOD 
Box Wing Theory, p. 660 (June). 


TAYLOR, P. A., WILDE, G. L. 
Future Powerplants for Rotorcraft (Lecture Summary), p. XVII (Feb.). 


TEMPLER, COLONEL 
(Ilus.), p. 40 (Jan.). 


TENNANT, D. C. 
Air Transportation—lIts Successes and Failures (Lecture Summary), p. XVII (Feb.). 


TEST METHODS 
A Survey, Chiefly Historical, but with a Structural Flavour covering the Period 
1939-1964, R. H. T. Harper, pp. 477-486 (April). 
Non-Destructive Testing in Aircraft Servicing, M. Murden, pp. 632-638 (June). 
Sand Loading on BE2 Wings, 1914 (Illus.), p. 62 (Jan.). 


TEST PILOT—see also Group Lectures 
Low Speed Handling with Special Reference to the Super Stall, E. B. Trubshaw, 
pp. 695-704 (July). 
Training of Test Pilots, R. A. Watts, pp. 649-656 (June). 


THIRKETTLE, A. J. 
Young Man’s View of the Aerospace Profession, Correspondence, p. 1088 (Dec.). 


THOMPSON, N. 
Note on the Prediction of the Local Flow Conditions at the Crest of an Aerofoil 
Section in a Sonic Stream, pp. 444-446 (Mar.). 


TILTMAN, HESSELL 
Looking Backwards, pp. 143-145 (Jan.). 


TINSON, C. W. 
The Good Old Days, pp. 349-350 (Feb.). 


TOWNSHEND, B. W. 
Escape, Survival, Search and Rescue, pp. 1065-1072 (Dec.). 


TRAINING—See also Education 
A Career in the Aerospace Industry, P. D. Ewins, pp. 944-947 (Oct.). 
Alan Eadon, pp. 347-348 (Feb.). 
Correspondence, J. H. Cox, p. 883 (Sept.). 
Correspondence, R. A. Fry, p. 882 (Sept.). 
Correspondence, H. W. Payne, p. 1023 (Nov.). 
Correspondence, G. D. Peacock, p. 1024 (Nov.). 
Correspondence, K. G. Wilkinson, p. 1023 (Nov.). 
Problems of Education and Training from the Operator's Side—The Human 
Factor, A Discussion (Summary), p. V (Jan.). 
Young Man’s View of the Aerospace Profession, H. M. Fincher, pp. 936-944 (Oct.). 


TRANSONIC FLOW ; 
Interference Effects at Sonic Speeds for a Biconvex Aerofoil in a Wind Tunnel 
with Slotted Liners, W. J. Graham and A. G. J. Macdonald, pp. 446-448 (Mar.). 
Note on the Prediction of the Local Flow Conditions at the Crest of an Aerofoil 
Section in a Sonic Stream, N. Thompson, pp. 444-446 (Mar.). 


TRUBSHAW, E. B. 
Low Speed Handling with Special Reference to the Super Stall, pp. 695-704 


(July). 


TYE, WALTER 
Civil Airworthiness, pp. 253-257 (Jan.). 


TYLER, S. R. 
Applications of the Vapour Core Pump to Aero Engine Fuel Systems, pp. 923-935 
Oct.). 


TU, P. K. C., SRIDHAR, K. 
Effects of an Initial Gap on the Flow in a Turbulent Wall Jet, pp. 669-673 (June). 


TYMMS, SIR FREDERICK 
Freedom of the Air, pp. 438-440 (Mar.). 


VENTRY, LORD 
The Society and Lighter-than-Air, p. 51 (Jan.). 


VERNEY, R. H. 
Some Aero Engine and other Reminiscences 1905-1918, pp. 593-594 (May). 


VIBRATION —see also Aeroelasticity 
A Note on the Free Vibrations of Cantilever Plates with Swept-Back Leading 
Edge, A. Kornecki, G. Malmon, pp. 604-605 (May). 
Receptance Methods in the Iterative Solution of Torsional Vibration Problems, 
S. Mahalingam, pp. 953-955 (Oct.). 
Transient Vibration by Vector Methods, A. W. Morley, pp. 357-359 (Feb.). 


V/STOL 

Experience with a V/STOL Wind Tunnel (Lecture Summary), p. LXXVIII (Nov.). 

Some VTOL Powerplant Design and Development Experience, pp. 977-986 
(Nov.). 

STOL—Some Possibilities and Limitations, W. A. Mair (Summary), p. XXX 
(April), (Lecture), pp. 825-835 (Sept.). 

Test and Operational Requirements for VTOL Transport, D. W. Wood (Lecture 
Summary), p. XXXI (April). 


WALKER, C. C. 
Reminiscences of 50 Years of Aviation, pp. 148-149 (Jan.). 


WALKER, P. B. 
The Antiquity of the Royal Aircraft Establishment, pp. 40—43 (Jan.). 


WALLIS, R. A., RUGLEN, N. 
On the Aerodynamics of “‘Hangar’’ Type Engine Test Facilities, pp. 312-320 (Feb.) . 


WARSAW CONVENTION—scee Lowenfeld 


WATSON-WATT, SIR ROBERT 
A Discourse, pp. 232-234 (Jan.). 


WATTS, H. C. 
p. 68 (Jan.). 


WATTS, R. A. 
The Training of Test Pilots, pp. 649-656 (June). 


WEIR, J., GARDNER, D. 
The Drag Due to Lift of Plane Wings at Subsonic Speeds, pp. 595-599 (May). 


WENHAM, F. H. 
(Illus.), p. 6 (Jan.). 


WESTON, PAT 
(Illus.), p. 212 (Jan.). 


WHITE, J. M. F. 
Engine Flight RAE in Wartime, pp. 1092-3 (Dec.). 








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WRIGHT WILBUR AND ORVILLE, MEMORIAL LECTURE, 54th 
The Well-Balanced Structure, Sir Alfred Pugsley, pp. 304-311 (Feb.). 


WRIGHT WILBUR AND ORVILLE MEMORIAL LECTURE, 55th 
The Prospects for Hypersonic Flight, J. Stack (Lecture Summary), p. LXXIX 


(Nov.). 


WILDE, G. L., TAYLOR, P. A. 
Future Powerplants for Rotorcraft (Lecture Summary), p. XVII (Feb.). 


WILKINSON, K. G. 
Training, Correspondence, p. 1023 (Nov.). 


WILLIS, R. W. E. 
A New Approach to Airline Economics: The Vehicle Millemile, pp. 814-818 


(Aug.). 


WILLS, P. A. 
Gliding, pp. 273-275 (Jan.). 


WIND TUNNEL TECHNIQUE 


Blockage Corrections for Blunt-Based Bodies of Revolution, J. R. Calvert, pp. 


532-533 (April). 


Experience with a V/STOL Wind Tunnel (Lecture Summary) S. L, Kirk, p. 


LXXVIII (Nov.). 


Production of Shear Profiles in a Wind Tunnel, D. J. Cockrell and B. E. Lee, pp. 


724-725 (July). 


WINGFIELD, L. A. 
Growth of the Royal Aeronautical Society, pp. 30-31 (Jan.). 


WOOD, D. W. 
Test and Operational Requirements for VTOL Transport (Lecture Summary), 


p. XXXI (April). 


WOOD, L. J. CARDEW 
Early Reminiscences, pp. 1091-2 (Dec.). 


WOOD, R. McKINNON 
Recollections 1914-1934, pp. 89-90 (Jan.). 


WOODCOCK, D.L. 
The Rates of Change of the Eigenvalues of a Lamda Matrix and their Use in 


Fiutter Investigations, pp. 364-365 (Feb.). 


WYGNANSKI, I. 
A Wind Tunnel Investigation of a Thin Aerofoil with a Sharp Leading Edge, and 


Blowing Applied at the Mid-Chord at Two Angles Relative to the Surface, pp 
665-669 (June). 


YEO, D. 
Operational Aspects of Locust Control, pp. 1077-1081 (Dec.). 


YOUNG, P. 
Propulsion Controls on the Concorde, pp. 863-881 (Sept.).