2 edition of Metals for supersonic aircraft and missiles found in the catalog.
Metals for supersonic aircraft and missiles
Conference "Heat Tolerant Metals for Aerodynamic Applications," University of New Mexico 1957.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Technical editor: D.W. Grobecker.|
|Contributions||Grobecker, D. W. ed.|
|LC Classifications||TL699.M4 C63 1957|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 432 p.|
|Number of Pages||432|
|LC Control Number||58003248|
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Metals for supersonic aircraft and missiles; proceedings. [D W Grobecker;] Metals for supersonic aircraft and missiles. Cleveland, American Society for Metals  (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: D W Grobecker.
Find more information about: OCLC Number: The development of supersonic aircraft together with advances in rocket technology during the s prompted the need for high-temperature materials. The aerospace industry invested heavily in the development of new materials for supersonic airliners such as Concorde, high-speed fighters and surveillance aircraft for the Cold War, and.
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On 1 October the Ministry of Supply asked Morgan to form a new study group, the Supersonic Transport Aircraft Committee (STAC) (sometimes referred to as the Supersonic Transport Advisory Committee), with the explicit goal of developing a practical SST design and finding industry partners to build the very first meeting, on 5 Novemberthe decision was made to fund the Manufacturer: BAC (later BAe and BAE Systems).
Composite materials for aircraft structures / Published: () Metals for supersonic aircraft and missiles; proceedings. Published: () The behavior of structures composed of composite materials / by: Vinson, Jack R., Published: ().
Military aircraft have been able to fly supersonically since the s, and substantial effort was placed on keeping aerodynamic drag down at supersonic speeds, as well as on developing reliable turbojets outfitted with afterburners to fill that need.
However, for very high speeds corresponding to M 0 = 4 in the stratosphere at around 24 km altitude, where T 0 = K and p 0 = kPa, the. Design information on 5Cr-Mo-V alloy steels (H and 5Cr-Mo-V aircraft steel) for aircraft and missiles: (Revised) /, by R. Favor, W.
Achbach, issuing body Defense Metals Information Center (U.S.), and United States. Office of the Director of Defense Research and Engineering (page images at HathiTrust). Armament: two Mk Harpoon missile launchers, Mk torpedoes, one Mk 5-inch/54 caliber lightweight gun, two 20mm Phalanx (CIWS), four machine guns, one Mk Mod.
8 missile launcher for Standard missiles (ER) and ASROC Combat Systems: SPS 3D Air Search Radar, SPS Air Search Radar, SPS Surface Search Radar, SQQ Sonar, (1) Mk 14 Weapon Direction System, (4) Mk.
The only task those aircraft are designed for is to get in launch range and fire off their Kh missiles that themselves have ~km range. It's pretty well known that if a real war was ever to break out, there would be two kinds of aircraft carrier ships.2/5().