## Journal of the Franklin Institute, Volume 266Pergamon Press, 1958 Vols. 1-69 include more or less complete patent reports of the U. S. Patent Office for years 1825-1859. cf. Index to v. 1-120 of the Journal, p. [415] |

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**range**, we get R = 366.8 X 104 ft . A few other quantities are of interest . Bu , is the initial acceleration due to ...**range**after burning , so in maximizing the**range**, it is not correct to impose as conditions at the end of burning ...Page 171

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**range**. 2. Increased altitude , which decreases the drag . 3. Smaller a , which decreases the induced drag . For our ...**range**was 76.25 per cent of the**range**in vacuum ; the other x ( t ) func- tion gave 77.56 per cent of the**range**in ...Page 478

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**ranges**mentioned above . Another way of gaining insight into the behavior is to consider the short**range**case ( Ap small ) . Equation 35 gives απ = 3μa2 sin 2 tan 0 R12 · [ Ao sin ẞL + ( 4 ) 3 cos ẞL + ] . ( 45 ) For typical cases the ...### Contents

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