Sunderland squadrons of World War 2 by Jon Lake

By Jon Lake

The based Sunderland was once the RAF's staple maritime patrol airplane all through WW2. the most important within the conflict of the Atlantic, the Sunderland was once instrumental in defeating the U-Boat risk which threatened to starve the united kingdom into submission. Nicknamed the Flying Porcupine because of its heavy armoury of 14 weapons, the Sunderland proved a right away luck in conflict. apart from its all over the world use with the RAF, it observed motion with the RAAF, RNZAF and RCAF. this is often the 1st ebook dedicated to the Sunderland's WW2 carrier to be released in over a decade

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32. , "Geometry of the complex characteristics in transonic flow," Comm. Pure Appl. , Vol. 21, 1968, pp. 175-185. 33. Whitcomb, R. , "Review of NASA supercritica1 airfoils," Ninth International Congress on Aeronautical Sciences, Haifa, 1974. VI. 1. USERS MANUAL FOR THE DESIGN CODE Introduction This chapter is intended for users of the new design program. is essentially independent of the material discussed earlier. It After studying it readers should be able to run the program effectively. The code, written in Fortran IV, has been run on the CDC 6600 at the Courant Institute to design isolated airfoils and compressor and turbine cascades.

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