Theses and Dissertations
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Comparison of theoretical and experimental stresses in an F8U-3 airplane wing loaded in torsion
(Monterey, California. U.S. Naval Postgraduate School, 1967-12)
The stresses near the root of an F8U-3 airplane wing loaded in torsion found using the matrix-force method of analysis . The wing was represented by a simplified, idealized model consisting of axial-load carrying flange ...
An analysis of marine propulsors and their applications
(Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1967-09)
Increased interest on the part of the United States in the exploration and exploitation of the ocean environment has led to the assignment of diverse missions in this field to the military. Development of numerous ...
Characteristics of infinite dimensional vector spaces
(Monterey, California. U.S. Naval Postgraduate School, 1967-09)
The study of finite dimensional vector spaces has been logically extended to that of infinite dimensional vector spaces. Of fundamental importance to this study is the relationship between sets which span a vector space, ...
Route Security for Counterinsurgents.
(Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1967-06)
The problem of providing security for ground lines of communications in the counterinsurgency environment is examined. Several types of forces and modes of employment are considered and analyzed in order to determine their ...
Quarter: the warrior's dilemma
(Judge Advocate General's School, 1967-04)
A consideration of the issues, legal and moral, vis-à-vis the practical applications of quarter and the duty of a belligerent to capture and/or accept the surrender of his enemy.
Branch Of Service
Major, United States Marine Corps (5)