Wings Of Ice
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📒Wings Of Ice ✍ Jeff Maynard
✏Wings of Ice Book Summary : Looks at the events and controversy surrounding the exploration of the North Pole by George H. Wilkins, Richard Byrd, and Roald Amundsen.
📒The Physics Of Ice ✍ E. R. Pounder
✏The Physics of Ice Book Summary : The Physics of Ice covers the state of knowledge regarding the structure, properties, occurrence, and movement of ice. This book is composed of eight chapters, and begins with an introduction and in the fundamental aspects of ice, including pure water freezing, circulation, occurrence, classification, and importance of ice. The subsequent chapters describe the properties, structure, freezing, and composition of sea ice and ice drift. These topics are followed by discussions on the crystallographic features, and mechanical, thermal, and electrical properties of ice. The concluding chapter examines the factor influencing ice growth and decay. This book is directed toward physicists and researchers in ice-related fields.
✏Meteorological Conditions During the Formation of Ice on Aircraft Book Summary : The hazard resulting from the formation of ice on airplanes makes it highly desirable to ascertain all possible meteorological information pertinent thereto in order to avoid or prevent its formation. The object of this paper is to present the results of a number of records recently secured from autographic meteorological infstruments mounted on airplanes at times when ice formed.
📒Wings Of Fortune ✍ E. A. Chevrette, Jr.
✏Wings of Fortune Book Summary : From the basic fabric covered Cub, to the sleek corporate jet, the author takes you page by page through what some have called "The Golden Age" of general aviation. Meet pilots and share in their camaraderie and humor; experience their tragedy and personal triumph. This is a fascinating real life account of the author's life as a pilot, and his own personal "wings of fortune."
📒On The Wings Of Eagles ✍ Jean Edwards
✏On the Wings of Eagles Book Summary : On The Wings of Eagles explores the relationship established between the natives of New England and the pilgrims who crossed the Atlantic in search of new lands. The newcomers assumed supremacy, and their greed, along with the introduction of devastating illnesses, resulted in the near annihilation of the Indian Nation. In spite of such an uncomfortable atmosphere, some friendships prevailed. The treatment of the naturals of North America will forever be a mark of shame on those who confiscated their land and damaged the culture of a proud people. This is Ms. Edwards fifth Maine based novel. She is a Maine native who makes her novels come alive with the use of poetry to enhance the story lines. Her works also include poetry books and childrens adventure books. Copies are available at www.xlibris.com , Amazon, and as E books.
📒Index Of Naca Technical Publications ✍ United States. National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics
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📒Wings On The Ice ✍ Frederic Merrick Gardiner
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✏Prediction of Ice Shapes on Wings and Multi element Airfoils Book Summary :
📒Chains Of Ice ✍ Christina Dodd
✏Chains of Ice Book Summary : View our feature on Christina Dodd’s Chains of Ice. As a wildlife observer in the untamed mountains, Genny Valente had no idea that a beast more fearsome than any leopard lurked in the forest-a man, one of the Chosen Ones, betrayed by his gift and tormented by his memories. John Powell fled his fate and his duty, yet in Genny he sees his one chance for redemption. He will stalk her, kidnap her, and love her as only a savage can. Watch a Video
📒Aviation Safety ✍ Gerald L. Dillingham
✏Aviation Safety Book Summary : Ice formation on aircraft can disrupt the smooth flow of air over the wings and prevent the aircraft from taking off or decrease the pilot's ability to maintain control of the aircraft. Takeoff and landing operations can also be risky in winter weather. Despite persistent efforts by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and others to mitigate icing risks, icing remains a serious concern. This report reviewed: (1) the extent to which commercial airplanes have experienced accidents and incidents related to icing; (2) FAA's inspection and enforcement activities related to icing; (3) the efforts of FAA and others to improve safety in winter weather; and (4) the challenges that continue to affect aviation safety in winter weather. Includes recommendations. Tables.