THE Eleventh Annual Aircraft Engineering Research Conference of the American National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, held at the Langley Field laboratories of the Committee, was as usual attended by a large and representative group of manufacturers, engineers, government officials and university instructors. These conferences are particularly valuable because they give to the industry a review of research conducted by the Committee during the year, and to the Committee suggestions for further investigations from the constructors. It is hardly necessary to emphasize the benefit derived from such an exchange.
Klemin, A. (1936), "The Langley Field Conference: A Summary of the Discussions During the Recent Visit of the N.A.C.A.", Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology, Vol. 8 No. 7, pp. 197-199. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb030069
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