SP-4302 Adventures in Research: A History of Ames Research Center 1940-1965

 

Appendix C

 

 

List of References

 

Product Display

 

[521-531] The principal product of a research laboratory is the technical report. The following list of reports is intended to serve more as a "product display" than as a conventional reference source. The listed reports represent but a small fraction of the total output of the Ames Research Center. They were selected by the author, somewhat arbitrarily, on the basis of their historical and technical significance and, as a group, are believed to be broadly representative of the Center's best research efforts during the period of this history. The list by no means includes all of the important reports produced by the Center. Nor does it document the Center's continuous and effective development-test effort by means of which the Nation's military and civilian aircraft have, during the past quarter century, been notably improved.

 

PART I

 

A-1. Rodert, Lewis A.; McAvoy, William H.; and Clousing, Lawrence A.: Preliminary Report on Flight Tests of an Airplane Having Exhaust-Heated Wings. NACA ACR, April 1941. (Issued as NACA WR A-53, 1941.)

A-2. Hardy, J. K.: An Analysis of the Dissipation of Heat in Conditions of Icing from a Section of the Wing of the C-46 Airplane. NACA Rep. 831, 1945.

A-3. Neel, Carr B., Jr.: An Investigation of a Thermal Ice-Prevention System for a C-46 Cargo Airplane. I-Analysis of the Thermal Design for Wings, Empennage, and Windshields. NACA ARR 5A03, 1943.

A-4. Jones, Alun R.: An Investigation of a Thermal Ice-Prevention System for a Twin-Engine Transport Airplane. NACA Rep. 862, 1946.

A-5. Goett, Harry J.; Jackson, Roy P.; and Belsley, Steven E.: Wind-Tunnel Procedure for Determination of Critical Stability and Control Characteristics of Airplanes. NACA Rep. 781, 1944.

A-6. Nissen, James M.; Gadeberg, Burnett L.; and Hamilton, William T.: Correlation of the Drag Characteristics of a Typical Pursuit Airplane Obtained from High-Speed Wind-Tunnel and Flight Tests. NACA. Rep. 916, 1948.

A-7. Frick, Charles W.; Davis, Wallace F.; Randall, Lauros M.; and Moss. man, Emmet A.: An Experimental Investigation of NACA Submerged" Duct Entrances. NACA ACR 5120, 1945.

A-8. Allen, H. Julian: General Theory of Airfoil Sections Having Arbitrary Shape or Pressure Distribution. NACA Rep. 833, 1945.

A-9. Graham, Donald J.; Nitzberg, Gerald E.; and Olson, Robert N.: A Systematic Investigation of Pressure Distributions at High Speeds Over Five Representative NACA Low-Drag and Conventional Airfoil Sections. NACA Rep. 832, 1945.

 

PART II

 

B-1. Heaslet, Max A.; Lomax, Harvard; and Jones, Arthur L.: Volterra's Solution of the Wave Equation as Applied to Three-Dimensional Supersonic Airfoil Problems. NACA Rep. 889, 1947.

B-2. Spreiter, John R.: The Aerodynamic Forces on Slender Plane- and Cruciform-Wing and Body Combinations. NACA Rep. 962, 1950.

B-3. Heaslet, Max A.; Lomax, Harvard; and Spreiter, John R.: Linearized Compressible-Flow Theory for Sonic Flight Speeds. NACA Rep. 956,

B-4. Jones, Robert T.: Estimated Lift-Drag Ratios at Supersonic Speed. NACA TN 1350, 1947.

B-5. Vincenti, Walter G.; Nielsen, Jack N.; and Matteson, Frederick H.: Investigation of Wing Characteristics at a Mach Number of 1.53. I-Triangular Wings of Aspect Ratio 2. NACA RM A7I10, 1947.

B-6. Vincenti, Walter G.: Comparison Between Theory and Experiment for Wings at Supersonic Speeds. NACA Rep. 1033, 1951.

B-7. Frick, C. W.; and Chubb, R. S.: The Longitudinal Stability of Elastic Swept Wings at Supersonic Speed. NACA Rep. 965, 1950.

B-8. Chapman, Dean R.; and Perkins, Edward W.: Experimental Investigation of the Effects of Viscosity on the Drag and Base Pressure of Bodies of Revolution at a Mach Number of 1.5. NACA Rep. 1036, 1951.

B-9. Chapman, Dean R.: An Analysis of Base Pressure at Supersonic Velocities and Comparison with Experiment. NACA Rep. 1051, 1951.

B-10. Allen, H. Julian; and Perkins, Edward W.: A Study of Effects of Viscosity on Flow Over Slender Inclined Bodies of Revolution. NACA Rep. 1048, 1951.

B-11. DeYoung, John; and Harper, Charles W.: Theoretical Symmetric Span Loading at Subsonic Speeds for Wings Having Arbitrary Plan Form. NACA Rep. 921, 1948.

B-12. Kauffman, William M.; Liddell, Charles J., Jr.; Smith, Allan. and Van Dyke, Rudolph D., Jr.: An Apparatus for Varying Effective Dihedral in Flight With Application to a Study of Tolerable Dihedral on a Conventional Fighter Airplane. NACA Rep. 948, 1949.

B-13. Chapman, Dean R.; and Rubesin, Morris W.: Temperature and Velocity Profiles in the Compressible Laminar Boundary Layer With Arbitrary Distribution of Surface Temperature. Jour. Aero. Sci., vol. 16, no. 9, Sept. 1949, pp. 547-565.

B-14. Scherrer, Richard: Comparison of Theoretical and Experimental Heat Transfer Characteristics of Bodies of Revolution at Supersonic Speeds. NACA Rep. 1055, 1951.

B-15. Stalder, Jackson R.; and Jukoff, David: Heat Transfer to Bodies Traveling at High Speed in the Upper Atmosphere. NACA Rep. 944, 1949.

B-16. Stalder, Jackson R.; Goodwin, Glen; and Creager, Marcus O.: A Comparison of Theory and Experiment for High-Speed Free-Molecule Flow. NACA Rep. 1032, 1951.

B-17. Seiff, Alvin: A Free-Flight Wind Tunnel for Aerodynamic Testing at Hypersonic Speeds. NACA Rep. 1222, 1955.

B-18. Huntsberger, Ralph F.; and Parsons, John F.: The Design of Large High-Speed Wind Tunnels. Presented at Wind-Tunnel and Model Testing Panel, Fourth General Assembly, AGARD, Scheveningen, Netherlands, May 4, 1954. AGARD publication AG15/P6, pp. 127-152.

B-19. Lomax, Harvard; Heaslet, Max. A.; Fuller, Franklyn B.; and Sluder, Loma: Two- and Three-Dimensional Unsteady Lift Problems in High-Speed Flight. NACA Rep. 1077, 1952.

B-20. Vincenti, Walter G.; and Wagoner, Cleo B.: Transonic Flow Past a Wedge Profile With Detached Bow Wave. NACA Rep. 1095, 1952.

B-21. Vincenti, Walter G.; and Wagoner, Cleo B.: Theoretical Study of the Transonic Lift of a Double-Wedge Profile with Detached Bow Wave. NACA Rep. 1180, 1954.

B-22. Spreiter, John R.: On the Application of Transonic Similarity Rules to Wings of Finite Span. NACA Rep. 1153, 1953.

B-23. McDevitt, John B.: A Correlation by Means of Transonic Similarity Rules of Experimentally Determined Characteristics of a Series of Symmetrical and Cambered Wings of Rectangular Plan Form. NACA Rep. 1253, 1955.

B-24. Chapman, Dean R.: Airfoil Profiles for Minimum Pressure Drag at Supersonic Velocities-General Analysis With Application to Linearized Supersonic Flow, NACA Rep. 1063, 1952.

B-25. Chapman, Dean R.; Wimbrow, William R.; and Kester, Robert H.: Experimental Investigation of Base Pressure on Blunt-Trailing-Edge Wings at Supersonic Velocities. NACA Rep. 1109, 1952.

B-26. Eggers, A. J., Jr.; and Savin, Raymond C.: A Unified Two-Dimensional Approach to the Calculation of Three-Dimensional Hypersonic Flows, With Application to Bodies of Revolution. NACA Rep. 1249, 1955.

B-27. Van Dyke, Milton D.: A Study of Hypersonic Small-Disturbance Theory NACA Rep. 1194, 1954.

B-28. Perkins, Edward W.; Jorgensen, Leland H.; and Sommer, Simon C.: Investigation of the Drag of Various Axially Symmetric Nose Shapes of Fineness Ratio 3 for Mach Numbers from 1.24 to 7.4. NACA Rep. 1386, 1958.

B-29. Nielsen, Jack N.: Quasi-Cylindrical Theory of Wing-Body Interference at Supersonic Speeds and Comparison with Experiment. NACA Rep. 1252, 1955.

B-30. Pitts, William C.; Nielsen, Jack N.; and Kaattari, George E.: Lift and Center of Pressure of Wing-Body-Tail Combinations at Subsonic, Transonic, and Supersonic Speeds. NACA Rep. 1307, 1957.

B-31. Jones, Robert T.: Theory of Wing-Body Drag at Supersonic Speeds. NACA Rep. 1284, 1956.

B-32. Reynolds, Robert M.; Sammonds, Robert I.; and Walker, John H.: An Investigation of Single- and Dual-Rotation Propellers at Positive and Negative Thrust, and in Combination With an NACA 1-Series D-Type Cowling at Mach Numbers up to 0.84. NACA Rep. 1336, 1957.

B-33. Turner, Howard L.; Triplett, William C.; and White, John S.: A Flight and Analog Computer Study of Some Stabilization and Command Networks for an Automatically Controlled Interceptor During the Final Attack Phase. NACA RM A54J14, 1955.

B-34. Triplett, William C.; Brown, Stuart C.; and Smith, G. Allan: The Dynamic-Response Characteristics of a 35° Swept-Wing Airplane as Determined From Flight Measurements. NACA Rep. 1250, 1955.

B-35. Allen, H. Julian; and Eggers, A. J., Jr.: A Study of the Motion and Aerodynamic Heating of Ballistic Missiles Entering the Earth's Atmosphere at High Supersonic Speeds. NACA Rep. 1381, 1958.

B-36. Charters, A. C.; Denardo, B. Pat; and Rossow, Vernon J.: Development of a Piston-Compressor Type Light-Gas Gun for the Launching of FreeFlight Models at High Velocity. NACA TN 4143, 1957.

B-37. Eggers, A. J., Jr.: A Method for Simulating the Atmospheric Entry of Long-Range Ballistic Missiles. NACA Rep. 1378, 1958.

B-38. Spreiter, John R.; and Alksne, Alberta Y.: Thin Airfoil Theory Based on Approximate Solution of the Transonic Flow Equation. NACA Rep. 1359, 1958.

B-39. Eggers, A. J., Jr.; Resnikoff, Meyer M.; and Dennis, David H.: Bodies of Revolution Having Minimum Drag at High Supersonic Airspeeds. NACA Rep. 1306, 1957.

B-40. Holdaway, George H.; and Hatfield, Elaine W.: Transonic Investigation of Yawed Wings of Aspect Ratios 3 and 6 with a Sears-Haack Body and With Symmetrical and Asymmetrical Bodies Indented for a Mach Number of 1.20. NACA RM A58C03, 1958.

B-41. Heaslet, Max A.; and Fuller, Franklyn B.: Drag Minimization for Wings and Bodies in Supersonic Flow. NACA Rep. 1385, 1958.

B-42. Eggers, Alfred J., Jr.; and Syvertson, Clarence A.: Aircraft Configurations Developing High Lift-Drag Ratios at High Supersonic Speeds. NACA RM A55L05, 1956.

B-43. Hall, Charles F.; and Boyd, John W.: Effects of Canards on Airplane Performance and Stability. NACA RM A58D24, 1958.

B-44. Kelly, Mark W.; Anderson, Seth B.; and Innis, Robert C.: Blowing-Type Boundary-Layer Control as Applied to the Trailing-Edge Flaps of a 35° Swept-Wing Airplane. NACA Rep. 1369, 1958.

B-45. Davis, Wallace F.; and Scherrer, Richard: Aerodynamic Principles for the Design of Jet-Engine Induction Systems. NACA RM A55F16, 1956.

B-46. Beam, Benjamin H.: A Wind-Tunnel Test Technique for Measuring the Dynamic Rotary Stability Derivatives at Subsonic and Supersonic Speeds. NACA Rep. 1258, 1956.

B-47. Douvillier, Joseph G., Jr.; Foster, John V.; and Drinkwater, Fred J., III: An Airborne Simulator Investigation of the Accuracy of an Optical Track Command Missile Guidance System. NACA RM A56G24, 1956 (Confidential) .

B-48. Cooper, George E.: Understanding and Interpreting Pilot Opinion. Aero. Eng. Rev., vol. 16, no. 3, March 1957, pp. 47 - 51, 56.

B-49. Cole, Henry A., Jr.; Brown, Stuart C.; and Holleman, Euclid C.: Experimental and Predicted Longitudinal and Lateral-Directional Response Characteristics of a Large Flexible 35° Swept-Wing Airplane at an Altitude of 35,000 Feet. NACA Rep. 1330, 1957.

B-50. Chapman, Dean R.; Kuehn, Donald M.; and Larson, Howard K.: Investigation of Separated Flows in Supersonic and Subsonic Streams With Emphasis on the Effect of Transition. NACA Rep. 1356, 1958.

B-51. Smith, Donald W.; and Walker, John H.: Skin-Friction Measurements in Incompressible Flow. NACA TN 4231, 1958.

B-52. Tendeland, Thorval: Effects of Mach Number and Wall-Temperature Ratio on Turbulent Heat Transfer at Mach Numbers from 3 to 5. NACA TN 4236, 1958.

B-53. Sommer, Simon C.; and Short, Barbara J.: Free-Flight Measurements of Turbulent-Boundary-Layer Skin Friction in the Presence of Severe Aerodynamic Heating at Mach Numbers from 2.8 to 7.0. NACA TN 3391, 1955.

B-54. Canning, Thomas N.; and Sommer, Simon C.: Investigation of Boundary-Layer Transition on Flat-Faced Bodies of Revolution at High Supersonic Speeds. NACA RM A57C25, 1957.

B-55. Hansen, C. Frederick: Approximations for the Thermodynamic and Transport Properties of High-Temperature Air. NACA TN 4150, 1958 (superseded by NASA TR R-50, 1959).

B-56. Rossow, Vernon J.: On Flow of Electrically Conducting Fluids Over a Flat Plate in the Presence of a Transverse Magnetic Field. NACA Rep. 1358, 1958.

B-57. Eggers, Alfred J., Jr.; Allen, H. Julian; and Neice, Stanford E.: A Comparative Analysis of the Performance of Long-Range Hypervelocity Vehicles. NACA Rep. 1382, 1958.

B-58. Allen, H. Julian: Hypersonic Flight and the Re-Entry Problem. Twenty-First Wright Brothers Lecture, Washington, D.C., Dec. 17, 1957 (published in Jour. Aero. Sci., vol. 25, no. 4, April 1958, pp. 217-230).

B-59. Hansen, C. Frederick: The Erosion of Meteors and High-Speed Vehicles in the Upper Atmosphere. NACA TN 3962, 1957.

B-60. Spreiter, John R.: Aerodynamics of Wing and Bodies at Transonic Speeds. Presented at Eighth Japanese National Congress for Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Tokyo, Japan, Sept. 6-8, 1958 (published in Jour. Aero/Space Sci., vol. 26, no. 8, Aug. 1959, pp. 465-487 and 517) ~

B-61. Anderson, Seth B.; Cooper, George E.; and Faye, Alan E., Jr.: Flight Measurements of the Effect of a Controllable Thrust Reverser on the Flight Characteristics of a Single-Engine Jet Airplane. NASA Memo 4-26-59A, 1959.

B-62. Seiff, Alvin; and Short, Barbara J.: An Investigation of Supersonic Turbulent Boundary Layers on Slender Bodies of Revolution in Free Flight by Use of a Mach-Zehnder Interferometer and Shadowgraphs. NACA TN 4364, 1958.

B-63. Matting, Fred W.; Chapman, Dean R.; Nyholm, Jack R.; and Thomas, Andrew G.: Turbulent Skin Friction at High Mach Numbers and Reynolds Numbers in Air and Helium. NASA TR R-82, 1961.

B-64. Chapman, Dean R.: An Approximate Analytical Method for Studying Entry Into Planetary Atmospheres. NASA TR R-11, 1959.

B-65. Eggers, Alfred J., Jr.; and Wong, Thomas J.: Re-entry and Recovery of Near-Earth Satellites, With Particular Attention to a Manned Vehicle. NASA Memo 10-2-58A, 1958.

B-66. Van Dyke, Milton D.; and Gordon, Helen D.: Supersonic Flow Past a Family of Blunt Axisymmetric Bodies. NASA TR R-1, 1959.

 

PART III

 

C-1. Curtis, John S.: An Accelerated Reservoir Light-Gas Gun. NASA TN D-1144, 1962.

C-2. Stine, Howard A.; and Watson, Velvin R.: The Theoretical Enthalpy Distribution of Air in Steady Flow along the Axis of a Direct-Current Electric Arc. NASA TN D-1331, 1962.

C-3. Jones, J. Lloyd, Jr.; Hunton, Lynn W.; Gregory, Thomas J.; and Nelms, Walter P., Jr.: A Critical Study of Delta Wing Configurations for the Supersonic Transport Application. Presented at 31st Annual Meeting, Inst. Aero. Sci., New York, Jan. 21-23, 1963. IAS paper 63-5.

C-4. Spahr, J. Richard: Theoretical Prediction of the Effects of Vortex Flows on the Loading, Forces, and Moments of Slender Aircraft. NASA TR R-101, 1961.

C-5. White, Maurice D.; Sadoff, Melvin; Bray, Richard S.; and Cooper, George E.: Assessment of Critical Problem Areas of the Supersonic Transport by Means of Piloted Simulators. Aerospace Eng., vol. 21, no. 5, May 1962, pp. 12-21.

C-6. Anderson, Seth B.: An Examination of Handling Qualities Criteria for V/STOL Aircraft. NASA TN D-331, 1960.

C-7. Rolls, L. Stewart; and Drinkwater, Fred J., III: A Flight Determination of the Attitude Control Power and Damping Requirements for a Visual Hovering Task in the Variable Stability and Control X-14A Research Vehicle. NASA TN D-1328, 1962.

C-8. Cole, Henry A., Jr.: Dynamic Response of Hammerhead Launch Vehicles to Transonic Buffeting. NASA TN D-1982, 1963.

C-9. Bader, Michel; Witteborn, Fred C.; and Snouse, Thomas W.: Sputtering of Metals by Mass-Analyzed N2+ and N+. NASA TR R-105, 1961.

C-10. Dennis, David H.; and Edwards, George G.: The Aerodynamic Characteristics of Some Lifting Bodies. NASA TM X-376, 1960.

C-11. Rasmussen, Maurice L.: Determination of Nonlinear Pitching-Moment Characteristics of Axially Symmetric Models From Free-Flight Data. NASA TN D-144, 1960.

C-12. Chapman, Dean R.: An Analysis of the Corridor and Guidance Requirements for Supercircular Entry Into Planetary Atmospheres. NASA TR R-55, 1960.

C-13. Wingrove, Rodney C.: A Study of Guidance to Reference Trajectories for Lifting Reentry at Supercircular Velocity. NASA TR R-151, 1963.

C-14. Chung, Paul M.: Hypersonic Viscous Shock Layer of Nonequilibrium Dissociating Gas. NASA TR R-109, 1961.

C-15. Howe, John T.; and Viegas, John R.: Solutions of the Ionized Radiating Shock Layer, Including Reabsorption and Foreign Species Effects, and Stagnation Region Heat Transfer. NASA TR R-159, 1963.

C-16. Canning, Thomas N.; and Page, William A.: Measurements of Radiation from the Flow Fields of Bodies Flying at Speeds up to 13.4 Kilometers per Second. AGARDograph 68: "High-Temperature Aspects of Hypersonic Flow," Proc. of AGARD NATO Specialists Meeting, Belgium, April 3-6, 1962 (Pergamon Press, New York, 1963, pp. 569-582).

C-17. Wick, Bradford H.: Radiative Heating of Vehicles Entering the Earth's Atmosphere. AGARDograph 68: "High-Temperature Aspects of Hypersonic Flow," Proc. of AGARD NATO Specialists Meeting, Belgium, April 3-6, 1962 (Pergamon Press, New York, 1963, pp. 607-627) .

C-18. Yoshikawa, Kenneth K.; and Chapman, Dean R.: Radiative Heat Transfer and Absorption Behind a Hypersonic Normal Shock Wave. NASA TN D-1424, 1962.

C-19. Chapman, Gary T.; and Jackson, Charles T., Jr.: Measurement of the Heat Transfer to Bodies of Revolution in Free Flight by Use of a Catcher Calorimeter. NASA TN D-1890, 1963.

C-20. Compton, Dale L.; Winovich, Warren; and Wakefield, Roy M.: Measurements of the Effective Heats of Ablation of Teflon and Polyethylene at Convective Heating Rates from 25 to 420 Btu/Ft2 Sec. NASA TN D-1332, 1962.

C-21. Allen, H. Julian: Hypersonic Aerodynamic Problems of the Future. AGARDograph 68: Proc. of AGARD NATO Specialists Meeting, Belgium, April 3-6, 1962 (Pergamon Press, New York, 1963, pp. 1-41).

C-22. Allen, H. Julian; Seiff, Alvin; and Winovich, Warren: Aerodynamic Heating of Conical Entry Vehicles at Speeds in Excess of Earth Parabolic Speed. NASA TR R-185, 1963.

C-23. Summers, James L.: Investigation of High-Speed Impact: Regions of Impact and Impact at Oblique Angles. NASA TN D-94, 1959.

C-24. Nysmith, C. Robert; and Summers, James L.: Preliminary Investigation of Impact on Multiple-Sheet Structures and an Evaluation of the Meteoroid Hazard to Space Vehicles. NASA TN D-1039, 1961.

C-25. Gault, Donald E.; Shoemaker, Eugene M.; and Moore, Henry J.: Spray Ejected From the Lunar Surface by Meteoroid Impact. NASA TN D-1767, 1963.

C-26. Chapman, Dean R.; and Larson, Howard K.: On the Lunar Origin of Tektites. Jour. Geophysical Res., vol. 68, no. 14, July 15, 1963, pp. 4305-4358 (NASA TN D-1556, 1963).

C-27. Spreiter, John R.; and Jones, Wm. Prichard: On the Effect of a Weak Interplanetary Magnetic Field on the Interaction Between the Solar Wind and the Geomagnetic Field. Jour. Geophysical Res., vol. 68, no. 12, June 15, 1963, pp. 3555-3564.

C-28. Hruby, Ronald J.; McDevitt, John B.; Coon, Grant W.; Harrison, Dean R.; and Kemp, Joseph H., Jr.: FM Telemetry and Free-Flight Techniques for Aerodynamic Measurements in Conventional Wind Tunnels. NASA TN D-3319, 1966.

C-29. Sadoff, Melvin; Bray, Richard S.; and Andrews, William H.: Summary of NASA Research on Jet Transport Control Problems in Severe Turbulence. Paper No. 65-330, Second AIAA Annual Meeting, San Francisco, Calif., July 26-29, 1965.

C-30. Quigley, Hervey C.; Innis, Robert C.; and Holzhauser, Curt A.: A Flight Investigation of the Performance, Handling Qualities, and Operational Characteristics of a Deflected Slipstream STOL Transport Airplane Having Four Interconnected Propellers. NASA TN D-2231, 1964.

C-31. Warner, R. W.; and Marble, D. R.: Materials Needs for Energy Absorption in Space-Vehicle Landings. ASTM Spec. Tech. Publ. 379, 1965. Presented at Symposium on Newer Structural Materials for Aerospace Vehicles, Amer. Soc. for Testing and Materials, Sixth Annual Meeting, Chicago, III., June 21, 1964.

C-32. Levy, Lionel L., Jr.; and Fletcher, Leroy S.: Free-Flight Aerodynamics of a Blunt-Faced Reentry Shape With and Without Ablation. AIAA Paper 66-61, AIAA 3d Aerospace Sciences Meeting, New York, Jan. 24-26, 1966.

C-33. Intrieri, Peter F.: Experimental Stability and Drag of a Pointed and a Blunted 30° Half-Angle Cone at Mach Numbers From 11.5 to 34 in Air. NASA TN D-3193, 1966.

C-34. Kemp, Joseph H., Jr.: Telemetry Measurements of Afterbody Pressures on Free-Flying Models of the Apollo Capsule at Mach Numbers From 10 to 21 in Helium and 14 in Air. NASA TM X-1154, 1965.

C-35. Carlson, Robert W.; and Swenson, Byron L.: Maneuvering Flight within Earth-Entry Corridors at Hyperbolic Speeds. AIAA Paper 65-19. Presented at Second AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting, New York, Jan. 25-27, 1965 (published in Jour. Spacecraft and Rockets, vol. 3, no. 3, March 1966, pp. 353-358) .

C-36. Wingrove, Rodney C.; Stinnett, Glen W.; and Innis, Robert C.: A Study of the Pilot's Ability to Control an Apollo Type Vehicle During Atmosphere Entry. NASA TN D-2467, 1964.

C-37. Seiff, Alvin; and Reese, David E., Jr.: Defining Mars' Atmosphere-A Goal for the Early Missions. Astronautics & Aeronautics, vol. 3, no. 2, Feb. 1965, pp. 16-21.

C-38. Tobak, Murray; and Peterson, Victor L.: Theory of Tumbling Bodies Entering Planetary Atmospheres With Application to Probe Vehicles and the Australian Tektites. NASA TR R-203, 1964.

C-39. Dugan, Duane W.: A Parametric Study of Mass-Ratio and Trajectory Factors in Fast Manned Mars Missions. NASA TN D-2225, 1965.

C-40. Chapman, Gary T.: Theoretical Laminar Convective Heat Transfer and Boundary-Layer Characteristics on Cones at Speeds to 24 Km/Sec. NASA TN D-2463, 1964.

C-41. Marvin, Joseph G.; and Deiwert, George S.: Convective Heat Transfer in Planetary Gases. NASA TR R-224, 1965.

C-42. Compton, Dale L.; and Cooper, David M.: Free-Flight Measurements of Stagnation-Point Convective Heat Transfer at Velocities to 41,000 Ft/Sec. NASA TN D-2871, 1965.

C-43. Howe, John T.; and Sheaffer, Yvonne S.: Mass Addition in the Stagnation Region for Velocity up to 50,000 Feet per Second. NASA TR R-207, 1964.

C-44. Lundell, John H.; Wakefield, Roy M.; and Jones, Jerold W.: Experimental Investigation of a Charring Ablative Material Exposed to Combined Convective and Radiative Heating. Presented at AIAA Entry Technology Conference, Williamsburg/Hampton, Va., Oct. 10-12, 1964 (published in AIAA Jour., vol. 3, no. 11, Nov. 1965, pp. 2087-2095) .

C-45. Page, William A.; and Arnold, James O.: Shock-Layer Radiation of Blunt Bodies at Reentry Velocities. NASA TR R-193, 1964.

C-46. Heaslet, Max A.; and Fuller, Franklyn B.: Approximate Predictions of the Transport of Thermal Radiation Through an Absorbing Plane Layer. NASA TN D-2515, 1964.

C-47. Denardo, B. Pat: Penetration of Polyethylene Into Semi-Infinite 2024-T351 Aluminum up to Velocities of 37,000 Feet per Second. NASA TN D-3369, 1966.

C-48. Keil, Klaus; and Andersen, Christian A.: Electron Microprobe Study of the Jajh deh Kot Lalu Enstatite Chondrite. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, vol. 29, 1965, pp. 621-632.

C-49. Chapman, Dean R.: On the Unity and Origin of the Australasian Tektites. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, vol. 28, 1964, pp. 841-880.

C-50. Allen, H. Julian; Baldwin, Barrett S., Jr.; and James, Nataline A.: Effect on Meteor Flight of Cooling by Radiation and Ablation. NASA TN D-2872, 1965.

C-51. Reynolds, Ray T.; and Summers, Audrey L.: Models of Uranus and Neptune. Jour. Geophysical Res., vol. 70, no. 1, Jan. 1, 1965, pp. 199-208.

C-52. Wolfe, John H.; Silva, Richard W.; and Myers, Marilyn A.: Observations of the Solar Wind during the Flight of IMP-I. Jour. Geophysical Res., vol. 71, no. 5, Mar. 1, 1966, pp. 1319-1340.

C-53. Patton, Rollin M.: Behavioral Testing During a 7-Day Confinement: The Information Processing Task. NASA TN D-1973, 1963.

C-54. Brooksby, G. A.; Staley, Robert W.; and Dennis, Robert L.: Effects of Prolonged Exposure of Animals to Increased Oxygen Concentrations. Presented at Third International Conference on Hyperbaric Medicine, Duke University, Durham, N.C., Nov. 17-20, 1965.

C-55. Young, Donald R.: Carbohydrate and Fat Metabolism During Prolonged Physical Work. Proceedings, Symposium on Arctic Biology and Medicine (ed., Lucile Vaughn), 1965, Arctic Aeromedical Laboratory, Fort Wainwright, Alaska, Mar. 22-24, 1965.

C-56. Oyama, J.; and Platt, W. T.: Effects of Prolonged Centrifugation on Growth and Organ Development of Rats. American Jour. of Physiology, vol. 209, Sept. 1965, pp. 611-615.

C-57. Feller, David D.; Neville, E. D.; Oyama, J.; and Averkin, E. G.: Chemical and Metabolic Changes of Hepatic Lipids From Rats Exposed to Chronic Radial Acceleration. Proc. Soc. Exper. Bio. Med., vol. 119, 1965, pp. 522-525.

C-58. Miquel, J.; and Haymaker, W.: Glycogen Accumulation in Monkey and Cat Brain Exposed to Proton Radiation. Proc. Fifth International Congress of Neuropathology, Zurich, Switzerland, Sept. 1965, pp. 792-797.

C-59. Taketa, S. Tom; Castle, B. L.; Howard, W. H.; Conley, C. C.; Haymaker, W.; and Sondhaus, C. A.: Effects of Acute Doses of High Energy Protons on Primates. Radiation Research, Supplement 7, 1967, pp. 336-359.

C-60. Fryer, Thomas B.; and Deboo, Gordon J.: A High-Performance Miniature Biopotential Telemetry System. Proc. 17th Annual Conference on Engineering in Medicine and Biology, Nov. 16-18, 1964, vol. 6, p. 39.

C-61. Howe, John T.; and Sheaffer, Yvonne S.: An Analysis of Recent Hypotheses of Plasma Flow in Pericapillary Spaces. Prepared for presentation at International Symposium on the Human Capillary Circulation, Jamaica, British West Indies, Jan. 1966.

C-62. Ponnamperuma, Cyril; Sagan, Carl; and Mariner, Ruth: Synthesis of Adenosine Triphosphate under Possible Primitive Earth Conditions. Nature, vol. 199, no. 4890, July 20, 1963, pp. 222-226.

C-63. Young, Richard S.; Painter, Robert B.; and Johnson, Richard D.: An Analysis of the Extraterrestrial Life Detection Problem. NASA SP-75, 1965.


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