READERS of AIRCRAFT ENGINEERING will be familiar with the fact that at the instigation of the British Aeronautical Research Committee, certain models constructed at the National Physical Laboratory have been subjected to international tests in wind tunnels in various countries throughout the world with a view to arriving at a comparison of the aerodynamic qualities of different bodies and sections under the varying conditions obtaining in tunnels of different designs and characteristics. A general account of the inception and programme of these investigations is to be found in Aeronautical Research Committee R. & M. No. 954.
(1931), "Wind Tunnels in Japan: Leading Particulars and Scale Drawings of Six Tunnels Used in Aerodynamic Investigations", Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology, Vol. 3 No. 4, pp. 79-79. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb029384
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