Motorless Flight Research, 1972

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James L. Nash-Webber
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1973 - Gliders (Aeronautics) - 632 pages
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This document contains the recommendations of a Workshop to Identify Priorities for Motorless Flight Research, and the Proceedings of the First International Symposium on the Technology and Science of Motorless Flight, both held at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, October 18-22, 1972. Areas discussed include Aerodynamics and Design, Instrumentation, Structural Concepts and Materials, Soaring Meteorology, Self-Launching and Ultralight Sailplanes, and Performance Testing.

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PREFACE
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RESEARCH PRIORITIES STRUCTURES AND MATERIALS continued
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RESEARCH PRIORITIES INSTRUMENTATION
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