Theses and Dissertations
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A temperature survey of the region aft of a cooling orifice of an air film cooled metal surface exposed to high temperature and high velocity gases
(St. Paul, Minnesota; University of Minnesota, 1951-08)
The object of this investigation was to determine the temperature pattern in the region downstream from a cooling air orifice of an air film cooled simulated turbine blade exposed to high velocity and high temperature ...
The mechanism of radial compressor instability
(Troy, New York; Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1951-05)
The limit imposed on the operating range of a radial flow compressor by surging or pulsations in the reduced flow region has long been a source of concern to design engineers who would like to use this otherwise simple, ...
An introduction to ultra-high-frequency converters for television receivers
(Annapolis, Maryland: Naval Postgraduate School ;, 1951)
This paper is not intended to prove the superiority of certain configurations over others, but rather to indicate some of the factors to be considered and the methods used in the design of a satisfactory ultra-high-frequency ...
Frequency stability of L-C oscillators
(Annapolis, Maryland; Naval Postgraduate School, 1951)
This thesis, a requirement for a master's degree, was prepared and written during the second and fourth terms of the school year 1950-51 while at the Naval Postgraduate School, Annapolis, Md., and during the third term ...
Some results of the perturbation method applied to two-dimensional non-divergent models in an incompressible fluid
(Monterey, California: U.S. Naval Postgraduate School, 1951)
In this paper only the long, slow moving or retrograding waves are considered. The frequency equation resulting from the solution of the boundary systems determined by a sinusoidal velocity profile and a linear shear zone ...
A review of practices and techniques for broad-banding antennas
(Monterey, California: Naval Postgraduate School, 1951)
This survey of the broad field of antenna broadbanding was made at the United States Naval Postgraduate School during the latter half of the academic year 1951. It was undertaken in an attempt to correlate the scattered ...
The application of hipernik reactors to frequency shift keying at 100 kilocycles per second
(Annapolis, Maryland: U.S. Naval Postgraduate School, 1951)
This thesis is the result of work accomplished at the Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Wilkens Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland. The general aim of the project was to ascertain the feasibility of frequency shift keying an ...
Branch Of Service
Lieutenant Commander, United States Navy (7)