By United States Army
Excerpt from Air carrier guide, Vol. 1: Aviation part, sign Corps
Because the patience and air worthiness of airplane principally depends on the care that is spent upon them, they need to be good sorted whilst within the hangars. Airplanes shouldn't be uncovered to extremes of warmth and chilly. even though good professional wooden should be, whether it is allowed to take in moisture it is going to perpetually become worse. Hangars as a result can be stored dry and, so far as attainable, at an excellent temperature.
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By making this experiment two or three times, you will soon learn to know good wire from bad and also learn to know strength of hand necessary to bend the of learning to the quality of wire is as follows : pieces of wire all of the right quality. Wire must not be damaged; that is to say, it must be unkinked, and imscored. 3. As regards keeping vnxe in good condition, where the outside wires are concerned, they should be kept well greased or oiled, especially where bent over at the ends. This does not mean that large bits of grease must be left on the wii-es, simply that there should be a film of oil.
Fig. spoiled. the airplane will be of is stress is being thrown an exception known as the the Maurice Farman, the spars of the center section plane, which have to take the weight of the nacelle, are arched upward. U ^ov^xcL bend down a little. This would produce a dangerous bending but as long as the wood is arched, or at any rate kept from bending downward, it will remain in direct compression and no to stress, danger can 2. Struts result. and spars must be symmetrical; by that I mean that the dimension must be correct, as otherwise there will cross-sectional be bulging places on the outside, with the result that the stress will not be evenly disposed around the center of strength and the bending stress will 3.
More large percentage of tin giving a hard brittle metal. — no further damage will result. Aluminum and aluminum, alloys. Aluminum weighs about 160 pounds per cubic foot and cast iron about 450 pounds per cubic foot. Cast iron is therefore about three times as heavy as aluminum. Pure aluminum is not so strong as cast iron, and it is often alloyed with heavier metals with the object of increasing its strength. ) and becomes mechanically weak when raised to a high temperature. For this reason the heads of aluminum pistons are well supported by means of internal webs, and in some cases also by an internal pillar resting on the gudgeon pin through a slot in the top of the connecting rod's small end.