Some experiments with fluidic devices in aviation kerosene

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dc.creator Taylor, A. F. 2017-07-31T08:48:13Z 2017-07-31T08:48:13Z 1969-04 2020-11-30T18:29:58Z 2020-11-30T18:29:58Z
dc.description.abstract Comparatively little has been published on ‘heavy current’ fluidic devices yet their advantages suggest that they have a place in aircraft fluid systems. As a first brief step towards assessing their value to the aircraft fuel system designer several devices were tested, singly and in pairs; in aviation kerosene. Some of the results from these experiments are given and discussed and it is considered that further work could produce some extremely worthwhile information.
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dc.publisher College of Aeronautics
dc.relation CoA/N/AERO-176
dc.relation 176
dc.title Some experiments with fluidic devices in aviation kerosene
dc.type Report

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