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THE AEROPLANE.

SECOND EDITION, Revised. In Large 8vo. Cloth. Pp. i-x+131.

Many Illustrations. 10s. 6d. net.
THE PROBLEM OF FLIGHT.

A TEXT-BOOK OF AERIAL ENGINEERING.

BY HERBERT CHATLEY, B.Sc. Eng. (LOND.),
Professor of Civil Engineering, Tong Shan Engineering College, N. China.
CONTENTS :—The Problem of Flight—The Helix - The Aëroplane- The Airplane-Dirigible
Balloons-Form and Fittings of the Airship-Appendices-INDEX.

"An epitome of the knowledge available on the subject."- Scotsman.

In Crown 8vo. Cloth. Pp. i-viii +83. Illustrated with Diagrams. 3s. net.

THE FORCE OF THE WIND.

BY HERBERT CHATLEY, B.Sc. Eng. (LOND.), “Could not well be more terse or pointed."-Symon's Meteorological Magazine.

In Handsome Cloth. Illustrated. Pocket Size. Pp. i-xi +179.

2s. 6d. net.
A COMPENDIUM OF AVIATION AND

AEROSTATION.
Balloons, Dirigibles, and Flying Machines.

BY LIEUT.-Col. H. HOERNES.
Translated and Supplemented with Facts of Interest to English readers-i.e., details
regarding British Dirigibles, Aeroplanes, Flying Grounds, etc., with an Introduction and
Biographical Sketch of the Author by J. A. LEDEBOER, Editor of Aeronautics.

CONTENTS :-Introduction - The Air - The Wind - Resistance of the Air — - Spherical
Balloon-Aerial Motors-- Propellers—Dirigible Balloons-Machine of the Future-Theory
of the Aeroplane—The Aeroplane-Orthicopter-Helicopter-Conclusion-Aero Clubs
Flying Grounds-Hangars.

“A very readable popular handbook."- Nature.

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AERO ENGINES.
With a General Introductory Account to the Theory of the Internal

Combustion Engine.

By G. A. BURLS, M.INST.C. E., ETC.
GENERAL CONTENTS:–Weight, Cycles ; Power and Efficiency of Internal Combustion
Engines-Aero Engines, Necessity for Lightness, etc., etc.-Horizontal Engines-Radial
Engines - Diagonal or “Vee Engines - Vertical Engines-Rotary Engines-Aero Engines
of 1914-INDEX.
Fifth Edition, Revised au Enlarged. Pp. i-xxiii + 639. With 243 Illustrations.

Large 8vo. Hanılsome Cloth. 25s. net.
A TEXT-BOOK ON GAS, OIL, & AIR ENGINES.

BY BRYAN DONKIN, M.INST.C.E., M. IXST. MECH. E.
Revised throughout by T. GRAVES SMITH. With important New Matter by Prof. BURSTALL.

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USED IN INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES.

By EDWARD BUTLER, M.1.MECH. E. "Mr Butler writes with an intimate practical knowledge of his subject, and the book is one we have every pleasure in recommending."- Mechanical Engineer.

LONDON : CHARLES GRIFFIN & CO., LTD., EXETER STREET, STRAND.

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THE AEROPLANE.

A CONCISE SCIENTIFIC STUDY.

BY

A. FAGE, A. R. C.Sc.,

ROYAL EXHIBITIONER;
AERONAUTICS RESEARCH SCHOLAR OF THE IMPERIAL COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY ;

ASSOCIATE FELLOW OF THE AÉRONAUTICAL SOCIETY.

Witb frontispiece anid 58 other 311ustrations.

AND

GRIFFIN

1820

LIMITED

LONDON:
CHARLES GRIFFIN & COMPANY, LIMITED

EXETER STREET, STRAND.

1915.

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