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JANUARY STIT,

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1942.

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METAL AIRCRAFT
FOR THE MECHANIC
By J. HEALEY. Third, revised edition of the standard work .'or metal riggers, ground engineers,
technical instructors, and all who need up-to-date and expert information on metal aircraft
constructional methods and processes. The text and illustrations are clear and practical and
will enable every reader to follow the directions with ease.
Contents : The Making of Fittings by Hand ; Preparing for the First Job ; Various Characteristics
involved in the manufacture of complicated metal fittings ; Marking out ; General Notes on
Repairs ; Useful practical information ; Metals and explanations ; Hydraulic systems ; Inspection of Aircraft ; Appendice;. 5s. net.
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METAL AIRCRAFT C O N S T R U C T I O N

ELECTRICITY I N AIRCRAFT

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MATERIALS OF AIRCRAFT C O N S T R U C T I O N

PRACTICAL AIRCRAFT STRESS ANALYSIS

By F. T. HILL. A practical ,work embracing the complete range of materials


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AERO ENGINES
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A N D GROUND

By O. CAUDWELL. Combines a short explanation of the theory of the fourstroke cycle as applied to aero-engines with practical information on the
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