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The Aeronautical Journal of the Royal Aeronautical Society 


INCORPORATING THE INSTITUTION OF AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERS AND THE HELICOPTER ASSOCIATION OF GREAT BRITAIN 


VOLUME LXXxXIl 


JANUARY—DECEMBER 1978 


Aeronautical Journal December 1978 Index 





The Aeronautical Journal of the Royal Aeronautical Society 


INCORPORATING THE INSTITUTION OF AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERS AND THE HELICOPTER ASSOCIATION OF GREAT BRITAIN 


VOLUME LXXxXIil 


JANUARY—DECEMBER 1978 


ADAMS, R. J. 
The importance of the weather in aerial spraying, pp 265-266 
(June). 


ADVANCED computational methods in the aerodynamic design of 
transport aircraft configurations, Recent applications of, F. T. 
Lynch, pp 503-516 (Dec.). 


AERODYNAMICS 

A compliant wall, supersonic wind tunnel, Prof. E. H. Dowell, 
pp 448-451 (Oct.). 

Analysis of a piston-driven shock tube, Gabi Ben-Dor and Ozier 
igra, pp 178-181 (April). 

Asymmetric distributions of base pressure on an _ axi-symmetric 
body, W. S. Mair and S. M. Wilkin, pp 273-275 (June). — 

On the linear superposition of aerodynamic forces on wings in 
periodic gusts, M. H. Patel, pp 267-272 (June). 

Pitot-tubes at 90 and 180 degrees of yaw, O. O. Mojola, pp 
355-357 (Aug.). 

Separated and unsteady flows in aeronautics: Research at the 
University of Bristol, W. J. Flower and A. Simpson, pp 475— 
483 (Nov.). 

The use of wing tip sails to reduce vortex drag, J. J. Spillman, 
pp 387-395 (Sept.). 


AGRICULTURAL AVIATION 
The importance of the weather in aerial spraying, R. J. Adams, 
pp 265-266 (June). 
The operator's responsibility. J. Morland Beazley, pp. 261-264 
(June). 


AIRCRAFT 

Avions Pierre Robin HR 100—280 (illus.), p 115 (March). 

BAC 221 (illus.), p 12 (Jan.). 

Boeing 7478 (illus.j), Cover (Jan.}. 

Comet 1 (illus.), Cover (March). 

Cranfield A1 (illus.), p 113 (March), 
(Sept.). 

DC-3 (illus.), p 149 (April). 

DC-10 (illus.), p 149 (Apri!). 

DH-51 “Miss Kenya’ (illus.), p a (Sept.). 

DH-71 Racer (illus.), t. 

DH-88 Comet -~ 

E.28/39 (illus.), a 

Gloster F.9/40 iiftus p 97 (March). 

Gnat trainer, pp 223- 228 (May). 

Grumman American GA-7 ad (illus.), p 115 (March). 

Hunting H.126 (illus.), 13 12 (Jan.). 

Jaguar (illus.), Cover (June). 

Lockheed XP-80 (illus. - 378 | pt.). 

Martin passenger aircraft F hol P 149 (April). 

Mayo Composite (illus.), p 373 (S 

NDN-1 Firecracker (ilius.), p 12 March). 

Piper Navajo (illus.), p 116 (March). 

Pitts S1 (illus.), p 114 (March). 

Short Sperrin (illus.), p = (Sept.). 

Space Shuttle (illus.), p 248 (June). 

Tornado (illus.), Cover (April & Aug.). 

Wittman Tailwind (illus.), p 113 (March). 


Cover and pp 381-386 


Helicopters 
Dragonfly (illus.), 
Lynx (illus.), p 3 
Sea King Mk. ie (ill 
Wasp (illus.), p 
Wessex Mk. 3 ¢ | 
Whirlwind Mk. 


AIR LAW 
Bermuda 2—A discussion of its implications, W. P. Shovelton, 
" — C. E. Powell, T. K. Taylor, Elihu Schott, pp 51-63 
eb.). 


AIR TRANSPORT 

Competitive restraints on air travel around modes and tele 
communications, R. S. Shevell, pp 75-84 (Feb.). 

European air transport up to the year 2000, Roy Watts, pp 
300-312 (July). 

on ¥ influencing schedule reliability in international operations, 

J. Yates, pp 1—11 (Jan.). 

me tk. airline performance, Roy J. Pearson, pp 64—74 (Feb.). 

Passenger transportation in N. America—Ajir versus ground, W. H. 
D. Hanchet, pp 33-37 (Jan.). 

Road, rail and air competition for passengers in Europe, J. M. 
Thomson, pp 139-147 (April). 


one .. 


le (Aug.). 
336 (Aug.). 
p 335 (Aug.). 


AIRWORTHINESS ; - 
The certification of light aircraft, 
(March) 


ALLDRIDGE, W. J. 
Limit cycle stability of systems containing a pulse ratio modulator, 
pp 440-445 (Oct.). 


ANTONARAS, D. G. and TZIVANIDIS, G. I. i 
Pure bending of an I-section beam having initial curvature, pp 
523-526 (Dec.). 


ASHFORD, R. : 
AIDS: The CAA requirement and its experience, pp 210-217 
May). 


AVIATION’S impact upon business—past, present and_ future, 
yee —E. Black and G. Russell Morrissey, pp 148-158 
pril 


AYRES, R. M. 
The aerodynamic behaviour of fully inflated parachutes, pp 1—11 
Jan.). 


Darrol Stinton, pp 109-116 


BABISTER, 
Static = dynamic stability, pp 85-87 (Feb.). 


BARNES, A. G. and HOUGHTON, E. 
Air-to-air combat simulation, pp 285-260 (June). 


BARTON, |. J. 
Runway water depth measurement—a simple accurate method, 
pp 128-130 (March). 


BEN-DOR, GABI and IGRA, OZIER 
Analysis of a piston-driven shock tube, pp 178-181 (April). 


BIRD, J. D. 
a — of the Shuttle Mission Simulator, pp 247-254 
une). 


BLACK, RICHARD E. and MORRISSEY, G. RUSSELL 
Aviation’s impact upon business—past, present and future, pp 
148-158 (April). 


BUCKLING 
design-orientated alternative to finding the initial bucklin 
loads of prismatic plate assemblies, F. W. Williams and C 
Wright, pp 399-402 (Sept.). 
The local buckling coefficient for orthotropic structural sections, 
D. J. Lee, pp 313-320 (July). 


CHERRY, Prof. J. 
Industrial education, selection, progress appraisal, motivation to 
achieve industrial wealth, the creation of a sense of commit- 
ment, pp 422—428 (Oct.). 


COBHAM, SIR ALAN, MEMORIAL LECTURE-—2nd 
In-flight refuelling and the world of the eighties, J. E. McCormick, 
pp 327-333 (Aug.). 


COCKPIT DESIGN 
The design of future cockpits for high performance fighter aircraft, 
Graham Roe, pp 159—166 (April) 


COMPUTERS 
Computer generated images for aircraft use, Dr. D. C. Evans, pp 
342-345 (Aug.). 
Recent applications of advanced computational methods in the 
aerodynamic design of transport aircraft configurations, F. T. 
Lynch, pp 503—516 (Dec.). 


CONTROLS 
— cycle stability of systems containing a pulse ratio modulator, 
. Alldridge, pp 440—445 (Oct.). 


CRABBE, E. N. 
Simple theory of spinning with particular reference to the HS 
Gnat trainer, pp 223-228 (May). 


DALEY, E. and DELAHUNTY, 
AIDS in Military Aircraft, aA 243-246 (June). 


DASARATHY, BELUR V. 
Attitude of a satellite spinning with an angular velocity varying 
in time—an exact solution, pp 130—131 (March). 


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DAVIES, A. E. 
AIDS in Engine Management Programmes, pp 235-242 (June). 


DE HAVILLAND engines—some recollections, Dr. E. S. Moult, Hon. 
FRAeS, pp 369-380 (Sept.). 


DELAHUNTY, A. and DALY, 
AIDS in Military ) hy pp 243-246 (June). 


DOWELL, Prof. E. H. 
A compliant wall, supersonic wind tunnel, pp 448-451 (Oct.). 


ENGINES 
Airdisco engine (illus.), p 371 (Sept.). 
Reardace--dtatieed—-Pultiamat (illus.), p 370 (Sept.). 
Derwent V (illus.), pp 94-95 (March). 


DH Gipsy III (illus.), p 373 (S 

DH-Iris (replica), (illus.), p 369 (Sept.). 

F.1 (illus.), p 97 (March). 

F.2 (illus.), p 97 Wien hp 

Geared Gipsy Six (illus.), 375 (Sept.). 

Gipsy family of engines ‘itlu s.), p 374 (Sept.). 

Goblin H1 (illus.), p 376 (Sept.). 

a & Gyron Junior (illus.), p 380 (Sept.). 
type Napier =. (illus.), p 373 (Sept.). 

RB. ee (illus.), 94-95 (March). 

RB.211—524 tiitds.). and p 285 (July). 

Renault engine, 80 hp (illus.), p 371 (Sept.). 


EUROPEAN aerospace industry, The future of the, A. Greenwood, pp 
496-502 (Dec.). 


EVANS, Dr. D. C. ' 
Computer generated images for aircraft use, pp 342-345 (Aug.). 


FAIREY, Sir RICHARD (illus.), p 496 (Dec.). 


FLIGHT REFUELLING Ses 
in-flight refuelling and the world of the eighties, J. 
Cormick, pp 327-333 (Aug.). 


FLIGHT TEST 
Certification of light aircraft, Darrol Stinton, pp 109-116 (Mar.). 
Flight testing the Cranfield A.1, M. McVitie, pp 381-386 

(Sept.). 


FLOWER, J. W. and SIMPSON, A. 
Separated and unsteady flows in aeronautics: Research at the 
University of Bristol, pp 475-483 (Nov.). 


GARRETT, K. 
The use of modern quenchants in heat treatment of light alloy 
parts, pp 446-447 (Oct.). 


GILL, K. F. and SMITH, E. H. : : 
Cn the design of optimal discrete observers with particular 
reference to a flexible communications satellite, pp 174-177 
(April). 


GREENWOOD, A. 
The future of the European aerospace industry, pp 496-502 (Dec.). 


GYROS, powerful tools in aerospace technology, Prof. Dr. Kurt 
Magnus, pp 346-354 (Aug.). 


E. Mc- 


HALL, P. G. ’ 
The simple arithmetic and hard facts of our survival and 
standard of living, pp 457—466 (Nov.). 


HANCHET, W. H. D. 
Passenger transportation in N. America—Air versus ground, 
pp 33-37 (Jan.). 


HAWTHORNE, Sir WILLIAM 
Aircraft propulsion from the back room, pp 93-108 (March). 


HELICOPTERS 
Airworthiness of helicopters, H. E. Le Sueur, pp 411-416 (Oct.). 


HOUGHTON, D. E. A. and BARNES, 
Air-to-Air combat simulation, pp 355:260 (June). 


IGRA, OZIER and BEN-DOR, GABI , 
Analysis of a piston-driven shock tube, pp 178-181 (April). 


INDUSTRIAL education, selection. progress appraisal, motivation to 
achieve industrial wealth, the creation of a sense of commit- 
ment, Prof. J. Cherry, pp 422-428 (Oct.). 


JAARSMA, F. and SEIDEL, M. 
The "alae low speed wind tunnel DNW, pp 167-173 
(April). 


JACK, P., SHOVELTON, W. P., POWELL, C. E., TAYLOR, T. K. and 
SCHOTT, ELIHU 
Bermuda 2—A discussion of its implications, pp 51—63 (Feb.). 


KELL, D. M. 
A surface flow visualisation technique for use in cryogenic wind 
tunnels, pp 484—487 (Nov.). 


KIRTLESIDE, LORD DOUGLAS OF, LECTURE 
er mane up to the year 2000, R. Watts, pp 300— 
uly). 


LARGE, E. 
Cae flight paths for a winged supersonic rocket vehicle, pp 
517-522 (Dec.). 


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LEE, D. J. 
The local buckling coefficient for orthotropic structural sections, 
pp 313-320 (July). 


LE SUEUR, H. E. 
Airworthiness of helicopters, pp 411-416 (Oct.). 


LYNCH, F. T. 
Recent applications of advanced computational methods in the 


aerodynamic design of transport aircraft configurations, 
503-516 (Dec.). " . ” 


MAGNUS, Prof. Dr. KURT 
Gyros, powerful tools in aerospace technology, pp 346-354 (Aug.). 


MAIR, W. S. and WILKIN, S. M. 
Asymmetric distributions of base pressure on an axi-symmetric 
body, pp 273-275 (June). 


MANAGEMENT STUDIES 

The role of management and trade unions in the future per- 
formance of British Industry, The Rt. Hon. James Prior, pp 
437-439 (Oct.). 

Motivation—a comparison of UK and US industry—one man’s 
experience, R. J. B. Woodhams, pp 429-431 (Oct.). 

Supervision and workshop organisation: some Scandinavian, 
British and Japanese attempts to improve the supervisory 
function, Keith Thurley, pp 432—436 (Oct.). 


McCORMICK, J. E. 
in-flight _ and the world of the eighties, pp 327-333 
ug.). 


McVITIE, A. M. 
Flight testing the Cranfield A.1, pp 381-386 (Sept.) 


MOJOLA, O. O. 
Pitot-tubes at 90 and 180 degrees of yaw, pp 355-357 (Aug.). 


MORLAND BEAZLEY, J. 
The operator's responsibility, pp 261—264 (June). 


MORRISSEY, G. RUSSELL and BLACK, R. E. 
—* impact upon business—past, present and future, pp 
148-158 (April). 


MOULT, E. S. 
De Havilland engines—some recollections, pp 369-380 (Sept.). 


MUKHOPADHYAY, M. 


A rae Se a for clamped skew plates in bending, pp 396— 


NEWMAN, R. 
Cc. c; Walker, 1877-1968. A centenary appreciation, pp 417-— 


OPTIMISATION 
Optimal flight paths for a winged supersonic rocket vehicle, 
E. Large, pp 517-522 (Dec.). 


PARACHUTES 
The aerodynamic behaviour of fully inflated parachutes, R. M. 
Ayres, pp 1—11 (Jan.). 


—s transportation in North America—Air versus ground by 
H. D. Hanchet, pp 33-37 (Jan.). 


PATEL, M. H. . 
On the linear superposition of aerodynamic forces on wings in 
periodic gusts, pp 267-272 (June). 


PEARSON, ROY J. 
Monitoring airline performance, pp 64—74 (Feb.). 


POWELL, C. E., SHOVELTON, W. D., JACK, P., TAYLOR, T. K., 
and SCHOTT, ELIHU 
Bermuda 2—A discussion of its implications, pp 51-63 (Feb.). 


PRIOR, The Rt. Hon. JAMES 
The role of management and trade unions in the future per- 
formance of British industry, pp 437—439 (Oct.). 


PROPULSION 
ee t Propulsion from the back room, Sir William Hawthorne, 
8 (March). 
De eras engines—some recollections, E. S. Moult, pp 369— 
e dil turbofans and powerplants, G. L. Wilde, pp 
281-25 9 (July). 


PURE bending of an |-section beam having initial curvature, D. G. 
Antonaras and G. |. Tzivanidis, pp 523-526 (Dec.). 


QUENCHANTS, The use of modern, in heat treatments of light 
ailoy parts, Ken Garrett, pp 446-447 (Oct.). 


REVIEWS—AUTHORS 
Bacon, D. H. and Stephens, R. C., Mechanical Technology, p 88 


(Feb.). 
Brookner, E., Radar Technology, p28 (June). 


Clarke, J. F. and McChesney, 
p 88 (Feb.). 
~— a J. A., Sir Samuel Hoare: A Political Biography, p 403 
ept.). 
Davis, M, H. A., Linear Estimation and Stochastic Control, p 321 


Dynamics of Relaxing Gases, 


uly). 
Ford, Hand senee, J. M., Advanced Mechanics of Materials, 


ug.). 
Frost, W. a “ Moulden, T. H., Handbook ~ Turbulence, Vol |. 
Fundementels and Applications, p 403 (Se 


Holister, G. S., Developments in Comgache ry p 229 


(May). 
Kerrebrock, d, t.. 
(Aug.). 


Aircraft Engines and Gas Turbines, p 364 





Li, Kuo, World Wide Space Law Bibliography, p 527 (Dec.). 

Lieb, 7 C., Transportation: the wy System, p 229 (May). 
Linton, Air Power at Sea 1939-45, p 45 (Jan.). 

Mandelbrot B. B., Fractals—form, chance and dimension, p 276 
Marschall, Charles W. and Maem Robert E., Dimensional In- 

stability—an Introduction, p 132 (March). 
Matte, N., Annals of Air and Space Fn Vol |, p 45 (Jan.). 
Morelli, Piero, Static Stability and Control of Sailplanes, p 230 


(May). 
Musgrove, G., Pathfinder Force. A History of 8 Group, p 88 (Feb.). 
win B., Jump Jet, the Revolutionary V/STOL Fighter, p 488 
. 


v.). 
G., The Plastic Methods of Structural Analysis, Third 

(si Edition, » 285 (July). 

Richards, D., Portal of Hungerford, p 321 (July). 

Rogers, R. H., Fluid Mechanics, p 403 (Sep 

ie % Pushpindar, Aircraft of the nin Ar Force, 1933-1973, 

132 (March). 

me 4, J. W. R., Jane's All the World's Aircraft 1978-79, p 488 

N 


ov. 

Turnill, Reginald, The Observers Spaceflight Directory, p 132 

larch). 

Weishaupt, Prof. G. and Kilani, Sahbi, Recueil des Accords, Inter- 
nationaux relatif au Droit Aerien, p 229 (May). 

Wyckoff, Daryl! and Maister, David, The Domestic Airline Industry, 
p 133 (March). 

Zucrow, M. J. and Hoffman, J. D., Gas Dynamics, Vol Il, p 45 
(Jan.). 


REVIEWS—TITLES 

Advanced Mechanics of Materials, H. Ford and J. M. Alexander, 
p 364 (Aug.). 

Air Power at Sea 1939-45, J. Linton, p 45 (Jan.). 

Aircraft Engines and Gas Turbines, J. L. Kerrebrock, p 364 (Aug.). 

Aircraft of the Indian Air Force, 1933-1973, Pushpindar Singh, 
p 123 (March). 

Annals of Air and Space Law, Vol |, N. Matte, p 45 (Jan.). 

Developments in Composite Materials—1, G. S. Holister, p 229 
(May). 

Dimensional Instability—an Introduction, C. W. Marschall and 
R. E. Maringer, p 123 (March). : 

The Domestic Airline Industry, D. Wyckoff and D. Maister, p 133 
(March). 

Dynamics of Relaxing Gases, J. F. Clarke and M. McChesney, 
p 88 (Feb.). 

Fluid Mechanics, R. H. Rogers, p 403 (Sept.). 

Fractals—form, chance and dimension, B. B. Mandelbrot, p 276 
(June). 

Gas Dynamics, Vol Il, M. J. Zucrow and J. D. Hoffman, p 45 
(Jan.). 

Handdook of Turbulence, Vol 1, Fundamentals and Applications, 
W. Frost and T. H. Moulden, p 403 (Sept.). 

Jane’s All the World's Aircraft 1978-79, J. W. R. Taylor, p 488 
(Nov.). 

Jump Jet—the Revolutionary V/STOL Fighter, B. Myles, p 488 
(Nov.). 

Linear Estimation and Stochastic Control, M. H. A. Davis, p 321 


(July). 
Mechanical Technology, D. H. Bacon and R. C. Stephens, p 88 
(Feb.). 
The Observers Spaceflight Directory, R. Turnill, p 132 (March). 
Pathfinder Force: A History of 8 Group, G. Musgrove, p 88 


(Feb.). 

The Plastic Methods of Structural Analysis, Third (SI) Edition, 
B. G. Neal, p 321 (July). 

Portal of Hungerford, D. Richards, p 321 (July). 

Radar Technology, E. Brookner, p 276 (June). 

Recueil des Accords, Internationaux relatif au Droit Aerien, 
Prof. G. Weishaupt and Sahbi Kilani, p 229 (May). 

Sir Samuel Hoare: A Political Biography, Prof. J. A. Cross, p 403 


p 230 


(Sept.). 
Static Stability and Control of Sailplanes, P. Morelli, 
May). 
Transportation. the Domestic System, R. C. Lieb, P. og (May). 
World Wide Space Law Bibliography, Kuo Li, p 527 (Dec.). 


ROAD, rail and air competition for passengers in Europe, J. M. 
Thomson, pp 139-147 (April). 


ROE, GRAHAM 
The design of future cockpits for high performance fighter aircraft, 
pp 159-166 (April). 


ROTHWELL, A. 
A design space representation of stiffened shear webs, pp 358- 
363 (Aug.). 


RUNWAY water depth measurement—a simple accurate method, 
|. J. Barton, pp 128-130 (March). 


SAFETY 

AIDS and the Airlines, Peter Waller, pp 205-209 (May). 

AIDS in Engine Management Programmes, A. E. Davies, pp 235— 
242 (June). 

AIDS: The CAA requirement and its experience, 
pp 210-217 (May). 

=, in pase Aircraft, E. Daley and A. Delahunty, pp 243-246 

une). 

Operational data acquisition and analysis for monitoring of 

military aircraft usage, J. R. Sturgeon, pp 218-222 (May). 


SATELLITES 
Attitude of a satellite spinning with an angular velocity varying 
in time—an exact solution, Belur V. Dasarathy, pp 130—131 
(March). 
On the design of optimal discrete observers with particular 
reference to a flexible communications satellite, K. F. Gill 
and E. H. Smith, pp 174-177 (April). 


R. Ashford, 


SCHOTT, ELIHU, JACK, P., POWELL, C. E., TAYLOR, T. K., 
and SHOVELION, W. P. 


Bermuda 2—A discussion of its implications, pp 51—63 (Feb.}. 


SCHULER, MAX, LECTURE 
Gyros, powerful tools in aerospace technology, Prof. Dr. Kurt 
Magnus, pp 346-354 (Aug.). 


SEIDEL, M. and F. JAARSMA 
ee low speed wind tunnel DNW, pp 167-173 
pril 
SHEVELL, R. S. 


Competitive restraints on air travel ground modes and telecom- 
munications, pp 75—84 (Feb.). 


SHORT BROTHERS COMMEMORATIVE LECTURE—17th 
Future large civil turbofans and powerplants, G. L. Wilde, pp 
281-299 (July). 


SHOVELTON, W. P., JACK, P., TAYLOR, T. K., SCHOTT, ELIHU and 
POWELL, C. E. 


dh 2—A discussion of its implications, pp 51-63 (Feb.). 


SIMPLE arithmetic and hard facts of our survival and standard of 
living, P. G. Hall, pp 457-466 (Nov.). 


SIMPSON, A. and FLOWER, J. W. 
Separated and unsteady flows in aeronautics: 
University of Bristol, pp 475-483 (Nov.). 


SIMULATION 
Air-to-Air Combat Simulation, A. G. Barnes and E. A. Houghton, 
pp 255-260 (June). 
Current problems of flight simulators for research, K. J. Staples, 
pp 12-32 (Jan.). 


Design Concepts of the Shuttle Mission Simulator, J. D. Bird, 
pp 247-254 (June). 


The development and use of simulators for helicopter flight 
training in the Royal Navy, Lt. G. J. P. Wingate, pp 334-341 


(Aug.). 
SMELT, RONALD 


The rdle of wind tunnels in future aircraft development, pp 467— 
474 (Nov.). 


Research at the 


SMITH, E. H. and GILL, K. F. 

On the design of optimal discrete observers with particular refer- 
ence to a flexible communications satellite, pp 174-177 
(April). 

SPACECRAFT 


Design concepts of the Shuttle mission simulator, J. D. Bird, 
pp 247-254 (June). 


SPILLMAN, J. J. 
The use of wing tip sails to reduce vortex drag, pp 387-395 
(Sept.). 
SPINNING 


Simple theory of spinning with particular reference to the HS 
Gnat trainer, E. N. Crabbe, pp 223-228 (May). 


STABILITY 


Limit Aang: stability of systems containing a pulse ratio modulator, 
. J. Alldridge, pp 440-445 (Oct.). 


STANDARDISATION 
contribution to European engineering standardisation for the 
Aerospace industry, S. A. White, pp 117-127 (March). 


STAPLES, K. J. 


Current ee of flight simulators for research, pp 12-32 
an. 


STATIC and dynamic stability, A. W. Babister, pp 85-87 (Feb.). 


STINTON, DARROL 
The certification of light aircraft, pp 109-116 (March). 


STRUCTURES 
A design space representation of stiffened shear webs, A. Roth- 
well, pp 358-363 (Aug.). 
A Galerkin solution for clamped skew plates in bending, M. 
Mukhopadhyay, pp 396-398 (Sept.). 


STURGEON, J. R. 
Operational data acquisition and analysis for monitoring of mili- 
tary aircraft usage, pp 218-222 (May). 


TAYLOR, THOMAS K., SHOVELTON, W. P., JACK, P., POWELL, 
Cc. E. and SCHOTT, ELIHU 


Bermuda 2—A discussion of its implications, pp 51-63 (Feb.). 


THOMSON, J. M. 
ee rail and air competition for passengers in Europe, pp 139— 
147 (April). 


THURLEY, KEITH 
Supervision and workshop organisation: some Scandinavian, 
British and Japanese attempts to improve the supervisory 
function, pp 432—436 (Oct.). 


TZIVANIDIS, G. |. and ANTONARAS, D. G. 7 
Pure bending of an I-section beam having initial curvature, pp 
523-526 (Dec.). 


WALKER, C. C., CBE, HonFRAeS, 1877—1968, A centenary apprecia- 
tion, D. R. Newman, pp 417-421 (Oct.). 


WALLER, PETER 
AIDS and the Airlines, pp 205-209 (May). 


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WATTS, ROY 
European air transport up to the year 2000, pp 300-312 (July). 


WHITE, S. A. 
A contribution to European engineering ean for the 
Aerospace industry, pp 117-127 (March). 


WILDE, G. 
Future es civil turbofans and powerplants, pp 281—299 (July). 


WILKIN, S. M. and MAIR, W. S. 
Asymmetric distributions of base pressure on an axi-symmetric 
body, pp 273-275 (June). 


WILLIAMS, F. W. and WRIGHT, C. J. 
A design-orientated alternative to finding the initial buckling loads 
of prismatic plate assemblies, pp 399-402 (Sept.). 


WIND TUNNELS 
A compliant wall, supersonic wind tunnel, Prof. E. H. Dowell, pp 
448-451 (Oct.). 
A surface flow visualisation wenive Ba use in cryogenic wind 
tunnels, D. M. Kell, pp 484—487 (N 
The German-Dutch low speed wind aaa DNW, F. Jaarsma and 
M. Seidel, pp 167-173 (April). 


The réle of wind tunnels in future aircraft development, Ronald 
Smelt, pp 476—474 (Nov.). 


WINGATE, Lt. G. J. P. 
The development and use of simulators for helicopter flight train- 
ing in the Royal Navy, pp 334—341 (Aug.). 


WOODHAMS, R. J. B. 
Motivation—a comparison of UK and US industry—one man’s 
experience, pp 429-431 (Oct.). 


WRIGHT BROTHERS, 75th anniversary of first powered controlled 
flight, p. 495 (Dec.). 


WRIGHT, C. J. and WILLIAMS, F. W. 
A design-orientated alternative to ong | the initial buckling loads 
of prismatic plate assemblies, pp 399-402 (Sept.). 


WRIGHT, WILBUR and ORVILLE, MEMORIAL LECTURE—66th 
— , prope from the back room, Sir William Hawthorne, 
108 (March). 


YATES, R. J. 
Factors, iaencine schedule reliability in international operations, 
pp 





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