On the Various Modes of Flight in relation to Aeronautics," Proc. Roy.
2 " On the Various Modes of Flight in relation to Aeronautics," by J.
-Some of the books mentioned under Aeronautics contain details of flying machines; see H.
So he hired aeronautics engineers to examine the physics of the situation and come up with a seamless solution.
Aeronautics engineer and inventor of the double-piston, Hugo Junkers, valued punctuality above all else.
Wright Henderson, The Life and Times of John Wilkins (1910), and also the article Aeronautics.
Subjects include aeronautics, astronautics, military vehicle and weapon technology, and electronic and information warfare.
Core businesses cover aeronautics, electronics, energy, information and services, space, systems integration and telecommunications.
The feedback was primarily into military, not civil aeronautics -- most significantly, from Britain's point of view, into the Spitfire.
aeronautics engineer Leonard Cramp suggests this was caused by a powerful gravitational field produced by the craft.
aeronautics industry is one of the UK's leading manufacturing sectors and has achieved continual technological advance and productivity improvement.
aeronautics research experimental craft, was an Annapolis classmate of mine.
aeronautics technologies grew and went through their stages, and this has given me insight into my own.
(See Aeronautics.) with vessels, which when filled can hold no more.
His name is especially associated with two main branches of investigation - aeronautics, and the exploration of the infra-red portions of the solar spectrum.
In aeronautics he succeeded in demonstrating the practicability of mechanical flight.
Moedebeck, A Pocketbook of Aeronautics, trans.
Of the many scientific problems of modern times, there are few possessing a wider or more enduring interest than that of aerial navigation (see also Aeronautics).
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