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Page 27 - Jr. • Amplified laminar boundary layer oscillations and transition at the front attachment line of a 45° swept flat-nosed wing with and without boundary layer suction, WP Pfenninger and JW Bacon • Drag Reduction with Polymer Additive*, Ralph D.
Page 23 - Wedeven LD, Evans D., and Cameron A., "Optical Analysis of Ball Bearing Starvation," JOURNAL OF LUBRICATION TECHNOLOGY, TRANS.
Page 1 - FREE-FLIGHT MODEL INVESTIGATION OF A VERTICALATTITUDE VTOL FIGHTER WITH TWIN VERTICAL TAILS Sue B.
Page 23 - Signer, H. ; Bamberger, EN ; and Zaretsky, EV: Parametric Study of the Lubrication of Thrust Loaded 120- mm Bore Ball Bearings to 3 Million DN.
Page 24 - Foord, CA, Wedeven, LD, Westlake FJ and Cameron, A, "Optical elastohydrodynamics", Proc.