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Page 20 - Braslow, Albert L.; and Knox, Eugene C.: Simplified Method for Determination of Critical Height of Distributed Roughness Particles for Boundary- Layer Transition at Mach Numbers From 0 to 5.
Page 59 - ... regardless of how much physical energy input or stimulus is denied. As a matter of fact, for a conscious human, the absolute elimination of any sensory input, save for special modalities within very narrow limits (eg, visible light), is impossible, and can be approached only asymptotically. CONCLUSIONS A feasible and effective method has been described for studying a wide range of psychophysiological phenomena under circumstances permitting exceptionally effective isolation and demonstration...
Page 18 - Since one of the purposes of the present investigation was to determine the components of the total lift, jet lift is measured directly with the thrust balance.
Page 27 - NAS3- 17853 13. Type of Report and Period Covered . Sponsoring Agency Name and Address Contractor Report National Aeronautics and Space Administration Washington, DC 20546 14.
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Page 13 - A. KEYS. 1949. Effect of submersion in water on the volume of residual air in man.