IN AIRCRAFT ENGINEERING for June, 1935, and in R. & M. 1715, the present writer and others described some experiments on a wing cellule model of a new form of biplane, the special advantage of which was stability in roll up to angles of incidence as high as about 40deg.; and it was suggested that if the results of the model experiments were borne out on the full scale such a type of biplane might with advantage be adopted for a light sporting machine with a view to minimising the risks due to the inadvertent stall.
Irving, H.B. (1938), "A New Form of Biplane: Further Experiments on a Complete Model Confirm the Earlier Results", Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology, Vol. 10 No. 1, pp. 14-16. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb030263Download as .RIS
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