Aviation Engineering (Magazine), With Which is Consolidated Aircraft Servicing - The Technical Journal of the Aeronautical Industry, April (Apr.) 1931 - Stinson Tri-Motor Club Plane / Non-Rigid Airships, Their Development


50 pages. Features: Thompson Valve ad commemorates Charles Lindbergh and his wife for setting a coast to coast speed record in 1930 aboard the "Flying Colonel"; Shall There Be One Type of Engine for One Model of Plane?; Non-Rigid Airships, Their Development - article with photos; Technical Description of the Martin 333 Aircraft Engine; Design of Air-Cooled Cylinders; Development in Stability and Rotor Starting Characteristics of the Autogiro; Self-Tapping Screws Make Better Fastenings in Aircraft Construction Proved by Lab Tests; Stinson Tri-Motor Club Plane - text with nice photos; The Month's Best From the Foreign Press; Special Equipment for the Overhaul of Wright Aircraft Engines; Maintenance and Servicing of Eclipse Aviation Generators; Engine Repair Cost Accounting (part III); Servicing Problems; Your Log Book - Is It Up-To-Date?; New Shop Equipment; Reviews; many more nostalgic ads. Unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy.

Title: Aviation Engineering (Magazine), With Which is Consolidated Aircraft Servicing - The Technical Journal of the Aeronautical Industry, April (Apr.) 1931 - Stinson Tri-Motor Club Plane / Non-Rigid Airships, Their Development

Author Name: Green, E.; Jones, E.; Boyle, J.; Burghduff, E.; Godfrey, E.; McClarren, R.; Teichman, F.; Boedecker, K.; Isaccs, R.; Smithowski, J.; Curran, E.; Hall, E.

Categories: Aviation, Engineering, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, Aircraft Engineering: 1931

Binding: Single Issue Magazine

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 201H2488

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