Figure 4.1. Pictures of me with two of the airplanes tested in my first years at the NACA.
Figure 6.1. Types of control surface aerodynamic balance.
Figure 7.1. Republic P-47D-30.
Figure 10.1. Schematic diagram of automatic aileron trim control device.
Figure 11.1. Wing-flow model and test apparatus mounted on P-51 wing.
Figure 12.1. Error in harmonic amplitude due to finite length of record for various phase angles of harmonic.
Figure 13.1. Waterman's airplane incorporating wings attached to fuselage with skewed hinges.
Figure 14.1. Relations between the power spectrum of rolling gusts and the point spectrum of turbulence for various values of the ratio of scale of turbulence to wing span.
Figure 15.1. The BAC-III Transport Airplane.
Figure 16.1. Vought F8U-1 airplane showing variable-incidence wing in raised position.
Figure 17.1. Sketch of model used to illustrate the use of sweptback rudder horns to offset centering tendency of control springs.
Figure 18.1. Organization chart for the Research Department of the Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory in 1944.