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Harrison, A.O. Sykes and M. Martin. Oct 1952. 2k pp., I6 figs.

767. Transition Characteristics of Prestrained, Notched Steel Specimens in

Tension, by E.M. MacCutcheon and W.A. Wright. Jan 1952. 20 pp.,
15 figs.

768. Development of Water-Spout Scoop for the TMB Planing Float when Used

as a Towed Position-Indicator, by R.A. Ebner. May 1951' 10 pp.,
6 figs.

769. (NS 715-086). Model Test Results and Predicted EHP for Bureau of Ships

Design 52-Foot Aircraft Rescue Boat from Tests of Model *4-577, by J.H.

Curry. Jun 1951- 23 pp.? I8 figs. Distributed only upon authorization of Bureau of ships.

770. (NS 715-065). Critical Pressures for the Inception of Cavitation in a

Large-scale Numachi Nozzle as Influenced by the Air Content of the
Water, by S.F. Crump. Jul 1951. 22 pp., 8 figs.

771. SS INDEPENDENCE, Standardization Trial Analysis and Comparison with

Model Test Results, by LCDR. W.E. Garrett, USN. Jun 1951' 22 pp.,

5 figs . Distributed only upon authorization of U.S. Maritime Administration.

772. (NS 700-001). The Separation of Viscous Drag and Wave Drag by Means

of the VJake Survey, by Marshall P. Tulin. Jul 1951- 15 PP-;- 1 fig.

775. (Aero jok).

77U. (NS 751-057). Stresses and Deflections in Flat Rectangular Plates
Under Dynamic Lateral Loads Based on Linear Theory, by Joshua E.
Greenspon. Apr 1955- 27 pp., 2 figs.

775. Power Predictions for a Prototype Emergency Cargo Vessel (U.S. Maritime

Administration Design C5-S-DX) Models ^+115-1, ^155-1, ^190W, by S.E.
Lee and S.S. Hagara. Jun 1951. 55 PP.; 26 figs.

Distributed only upon authorization of U.S. Maritime Administration.

776. (NS 715-086). Model Test Results and Predicted EHP for Hacker Form

Experimental Boat -Hull Form Test Program from Tests of Model ^515 j
by. Eugene P. Clement. Jun 1951. 28 pp., 12 figs.

Distributed only upon authorization of Bureau of Ships.



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777. (NS 751-037). The T14B Automatic Ship's Motion Recorder, by Norman H.

Jasper. Oct 1951. 29 pp., 11 figs.

778. (NSC 715-08^)-). Technical Specification for Digital Data Recording

and Transcribing System, by Frederick E. Imlay and Franklin Hawkins.
Apr 195^^. 157 PP-, 55 figs.

779. (NS 820-100). The David Taylor Model Basin Micropressure Range, by P.

Eisenberg, J. P. Craven, and J. A. Luistro. Jun 1957' 50 pp., ih figs-



780. The Forces and Moments Acting on a Body Moving in an Arbitrary Potential

Stream, by William E. Ctunmins. (Advance Copy) Sep 1952. 58 pp.,
3 figs. FINAL EDITION - Jun 1955- 62 pp., 5 figs.

781. (NS 731-057). Study of the Strains and Motions of the USCGC CASCO at

Sea, by N.H. Jasper. May 1955. 60 pp., 29 figs.

782. (NS 715-086). Model Test Results and Predicted EHP for Biireau of Ships

Design QO-Foot Aircraft Rescue Boat from Test of Model 4375, tiy J.H.

Curry. Jul 1951. 23 pp., 10 figs. Distributed only upon authorization of Bureau
of Ships.

783.



J&k. Investigation of Materials Developed for Adaptability to Wax Model Pro-
duction, by W.J. Leonard. Oct 1951. 9 PP.

785. Buckling of Multiple-Bay Ring -Reinforced Cylindrical Shells Subject to

Hydrostatic Pressure, by W.A. Nash. Apr 195^. 11 pp.> 1 fig.

786. A Comparison of the Reciprocity ajid Interferometer Methods of Calibrating

Piezoelectric Accelerometers, by E.J. Stove. May 195^. 10 pp., 1 fig.

787. Power Characteristics for U.S. Maritime Administration Tanker Design

T5-S-2a, Model 1<-393W & if-395-1, by M. S. Harper and J.Z. McArdle.

Dec 1952. 25 pp., 12 figs. Distributed only upon authorization of U.S. Maritime
Administration,

788. Canceled.

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789. (NS 700-001). Preliminary Report of Friction Plane Eesistance Tests

of Anti-Fouling Ship Bottom Paints, by R.B. Couch. Aug 1951- 19
pp., 15 figs.

790. Comments and Calculations on the Prohlems of the Condenser Scoop, by

W. Spannhake. Oct 1951. 28 pp., 5 figs.

791. (NS 713-017). Report on Some New Developments in Noise Isolation Prob-

lems, by Mark Harrison, Ph.D. Apr 1953. 6 pp.. Distributed only upon

authorization of Bureau of Ships.

792. Effect of Small Errors in Body Shape and Angle on Pressure Distribution

and Cavitation Limits, by Phillip Eisenberg. Oct I95I. 17 VV-j
3 figs.

793. (NS 6^4^3-028). Progress Report, Research on Main Injection Scoops and

Overboard Discharges, by John P. Breslin and William M. Ellsworth, Jr.
Sep 1951. 52 pp., 15 figs.

79i+. A Manual for Waveform Analysis, by Alice W. Mathewson. Jan 1952.
26 pp., 2k- figs.

795. The Moment Acting on a Eankine Ovoid Moving under a Free Surface, by

Hartley L. Pond. Nov 1951. 25 pp., h figs.

796. A Theoretical Analysis of the Dynamical Stability of Towed Models, by

W.H. Roach. Nov 1951- 21 pp., 8 figs.

797. Techniques for Protecting and Waterproofing Resistance Wire Strain Gages,

by Mills Dean, III. Mar 1956. 36 pp., 10 figs.

798. (NS 715-086). Model Test Results and Predicted EHP for the Huron-Eddy

Company 85-Foot and 9i<-Foot Aircraft Rescue Boat Designs, by Eugene

P. Clement. Oct 1951. 26 pp., 12 figs. Distributed only upon authorization of
Bureau of Ships.

799. Effective Horsepower Predictions for Maritime Administration Tanker

Design PD 35, Model it-379W, by M.S. Harper and J.Z. McArdle. Dec 1951.

9 pp. , 6 figs . Distributed only upon authorization of U.S. Maritime Administration.



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800. (NS 751-037). A Determination of the Critical Load of a Column or

Stiffened Panel in Compression by the Vibration Method, by E.E.
Johnson and B.F. Goldhammer. Feb 1952. 17 PP-j 8 figs.

801. (NS 6^4-3-078). Testing Main Injection Scoops and Overboard Discharges

in Restricted Channels, by Avis Borden, Ph. D. Jan 1952. 20 pp.,
6 figs.

802. (NS 715-102). An Experimental Investigation of the Drag and Shape of

Air Bubbles Rising in Various Liquids, by W.L. Eaberman and R.K.
Morton. Sep 1955- 59 PP., 30 figs.

805. Investigations of Speed Effects and Interactions on a Thrust -Tors ion
Meter of a 5OOO Pound, 1000 Pound-Foot Transmission Dynamometer,
by G.J. Norman. Jan 1952. 16 pp., 10 figs.

80U. The Diffusion of Air in to a Pulsating Cavitation Bubble, by Leonard
Pode, Ph.D. Mar 1955. 21 pp.

805. Dynamic Calibration of 35-HP Propeller Dynamometer, by G.L. Santore.

Feb 1952. 12 pp., 8 figs.

806. A Reanalysis of the Original Test Data for the Taylor Standard Series,

by Morton Gertler. Mar 195^« 304 pp. incl. figs., tables, and
appendices. May be obtained from the Government Printing Office;
for $3.50, Catalog No. D211.9:806.

807. Power Predictions for American Ship Building Company Ore Carrier,

Model 1+098-1, by M.S. Harper and A.E. Weaver, Jr. Dec I951. 30 pp..
2k figs.

808. (NS 712-100). A Theoretical and Experimental Study of Propeller-Shaft

Failures, by Norman E. Jasper. Jul 1952. 6^ pp., 28 figs.
(NS 712-038). Second Printing, Aug 1953. 68 pp., 28 figs.

809. On Eydrodynamic Masses, by Georg P. Weinblum, Dr. Eng. Apr 1952.

19 pp., 6 figs.

810. (NS 712-O6U). Model Flow Studies Around Stern of U.S. Navy Fleet Tug

ATF-163, Model 5551, t»y M.S. Harper and A.E. Weaver, Jr. Jan I952
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811. The Eeciprocity Calibration of Piezoelectric Accelerometers, by Mark

Harrison, A.O. Sykes, and Paul G. Marcotte. Mar 1952. 17 pp.,
10 figs. Eevlsed Edition with Supplement by E.J. Stove and E.L.
Bort. Aug 1955o 58 pp., 18 figs.

812. (NS 715-08^4-). Preliminary Experimental Investigation of Slamming, by

Victor G. Szebehely, Dr. Eng., and Samuel E. Brooks. Jul 1952.
17 pp., 6 figs.

815. (NS 731-057). Application of Statistics to the Presentation of Wave

and Ship-Motion Data, by Alice W. Mathewson, Feb I955. 27 pp., 10 figs,

81^4-. A Sensitive Vertical Displacement Seismometer, by George W. Cook,
Apr 1952. ^ pp., 26 figs.

815. An Experimental Study of Single Bubble Cavitation Noise, by Mark

Harrison, Ph.D., Nov I952 21 pp., 11 figs. (Eevised Edition)

816. (NS 712-100). Experiments vith an Impact Vibration Damper, by E.T.

McGoldrick. May 1952. 15 PP., ^ figs.

817. Effective Horsepower Predictions for Maritime Administration Tanker

Design PD5i(-, Model i*-580W, by M.S. Harper and J.Z. McArdle. Jan

1952' 9 PP'^ ^ figs. Distributed only upon authorization of U.S. Maritime Administration.

818. The Use of Helical Springs as Noise Isolation Mounts, by Alan 0. Sykes.

Feb 1952. 23 pp., 11 figs.

819. The Pitching Moment Acting on a Body of Eevolution Moving under a Free

Surface, by Hartley L. Pond. May I952 20 pp., 1 fig.

820. (NS 715-086). Model Test Eesults and Predicted EHP for the Huron -Eddy

Company Eevised Q^-Foot Crash-Eescue Boat Design, by E.P. Clement,
Geo. B. Springston, Jr., and J.H. Curry. Mar 1952. 13 pp., ^ figs.

Distributed only upon authorization of Bureau of Ships.

821. (NS 712-100). Vibration Machines at the David W. Taylor Model Basin,

by Q.E. Eobinson. Jul 1952. 65 pp., 26 figs.



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822. (NS 731-058). Tests of the Elastic Stability of a Ring-Stiffened
Cylindrical Shell Model BR-5(X=1.705) , Subjected to Hydrostatic
Pressure, by Robert C. Slankard and William A. Nash, Ph.D. Maj"-
1955. ^3 pp., 32 figs.

825. (NS 715-08^)-). Hydrodynamics of Slamming of Ships, by V.G. Szebehely,
Dr.Eng. Jul 1952. 58 pp., 9 figs.

824. An Electrolytic Tank Developed for Obtaining Velocity and Pressure

Distributions about Eydrodynamic Forms, by A. Borden, G.L. Shelton,
Jr., and W.E. Ball, Jr. Apr 1955- 52 pp., 15 figs.

825. The TMB Torsionmeter Shaft System, by J. Rex Pimlott. Jul I052.

29 pp., 17 figs.

826. (NS 751-058). Analysis of Stresses at the Reinforced Intersection

of Conical and Cylindrical Shells, by Edward Wenk, Jr., Dr. Eng.,
and C.E. Taylor. Mar 1955. 25 pp., h figs.

827. (NS 712-100). A Theoretical Approach to the Problem of Critical Whirl-

ing Speeds of Shaft -Disk Systems, by Norman H. Jasper. Dec 195^.
57 pp., 7 figs.

828. (NS 715-102). Unsteady and Amplitude Effects on the Moment Der-

ivatives of a Prolate Spheroid, by V.G. Szebehely, Dr.Eng., and O.C.
Niederer. Dec 1955. 26 pp., 7 figs.

829. The Determination of Effective Stress by Means of Small Cubes Ts.ken

from Photoelastic Models, by Joseph S. Brock. Sep I952. I6 pp.,
1 fig.

850. (Aero 71k), Wind Tunnel Test of Multiple Ship Moorings. Part Ill-

Determination of Air Loads on Multiple Ship Moorings for Destroyers,
Submarines, Liberty Ships, and Escort Carriers, by M.E. Long.
Jul 1952. 91 pp., 51 figs.

851. (NS 715-102). Noise from Elow-Induced Vibrations in the M-II5 Hydro-

phone, by H.M. Fitzpatrick and M.F. Harkleroad, Aug I952. 10 pp.,
5 figs.



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832.



833- (NS 715-08^+). Generalization of the Dimensionless Frequency Parameter
in Unsteady Flows, by V.G. Szebehely, Er. Eng. Nov 1952. 25 pp.,
9 figs.

83i+. (NS 715-102). Steady Two-Dimensional Cavity Flows About Slender Bodies,
by M.P. Tiilin. May 1953. 50 pp., 7 figs.

835. (NS 715-102 - NE 062-O9U) . Measurements of Noise Eadiated by Subsonic

Air Jets, by H.M. Fitzpatrick and Robert Lee. Nov 1952. 25 pp.,
9 figs.

836. (NS 72^^-012 - NS 731-038). Theory of the Forced Vibrations of a Ring

with Radial Elastic Support Subjected to Uniform External Pressure,
by Thomas E. Reynolds. Aug 1955. 1^ PP., 3 figs.

837. (Aero 732). Wind-Tunnel Tests of Pressure Distribution on a l/96-Scale

Model of an Airplane Eanger for Electronics Tests, by T.G. Reed.

Oct 19^6. 25 pp., 7 figs. Distributed only upon authorization of Bureau of Yards and
Docks.

838. (NS 715-102). The Laminar Flow about Very Slender Cylinders in Axial

Motion, Including the Effect of Pressure Gradients and Unsteady
Motions, by R.D. Cooper and M.P. Tulin. Apr 1953. 35 pp., ^ figs.

839. (NE 091-010). Large Elastic Bending of Heavy, Uniform Cantilevers

with Eydrodynamic Loading, by P. Eisenberg and L. Folger Whicker.
Nov 1952. 26 pp., 20 figs.

8140, Investigation of Wave Effects Produced by a Thin Body - TMB Model

i»-125, by Georg P. Weinblum, Janet J. Kendrick, and M. Allison Todd.
Nov 1952. 16 pp., 7 figs.

8it-l. (NS 715-086). Resistance of Model h^TJ Representing a 52-Ft Aircraft
Rescue Boat Equipped with Propulsion Unit Underwater Housings, by

George B. SpringStOn, Jr. Oct 1952. 8 pp., 3 figs. Distributed only upon
authorization of Bureau of Ships.



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842. (NS 715-102). A Brief Survey of Progress on the Mechanics of Cavi-
tation. An Addendum to DTMB Report 712, On the Mechanism and Pre-
vention of Cavitation, by Phillip Eisenberg. Preliminary Copy
Oct 1S)52. 40 pp.;, 6 figs. Revised Edition Jun 1953. ^1 pp.,
6 figs.

842A. (NS 715-102). Discussions and Author's Closure for a Brief Survey
of Progress on the Mechanics of Cavitation, by Phillip Eisenberg.
Jun 1953. 14 pp.

8^3. Model Test Results and Predicted EHP for the Euron-Eddy Company 55-
Foot Rescue Boat Design from Tests of Model kk^h-, by Clifford L.

Sayre, Jr. Oct' 1952. I8 pp., 7 figs. Distributed only upon authorization of
Huron-Eddy Company.

&kk. Tests of Proposed Aircraft Securing Fittings for Carriers with Wooden
Decks, by K.P. Arges. Jan 1953. I8 pp., 10 figs.

8i^5. A Study of Compression Noise Isolation Mounts Constructed from Cylin-
drical Samples of Various Natural and Synthetic Rubber Materia] s,
by Alan 0. Sykes. Oct 1953. Sh pp., 60 figs.

846. Precision Electronic Navigation System, by Henry C^irleton and Richard

P. McGinnis. Aug I95I. 21 pp., 10 figs. (Formerly C-423)

847. The TMB Magnetic Micrometer MK II, by J . Rex Pimlott. May 1953.

42 pp., 17 figs.

848. A Report on Hull Vibration Measurements Made on the SS BETHLEHEM and

Vibration Generator Tests Made on the SS C.A. PAUL and the SS PERE
MARQUETTE 21 While in Service on the Great Lakes, by Edward Kapiloff
and John T. Birmingham. Mar 1953. 15 PP., 5 figs.

849. (NS 715-102). The Calculation of the Viscous Drag of Bodies of Rev-

olution, by Paul S. Granville. Jul 1953. 49 pp., 7 figs.

850. (NS 715-069). Model Test Results and Predicted EHP for Experimental

65-Foot Landing Craft (LCM) from Tests of Model 44l6, by George B.

SpringSton, Jr. Jul I956. l4 pp., 9 figs. Distributed only upon specific
Bureau of Ships authorization.



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851. (NS 751-037) • Stresses in a Photoelastic Model of a Bottom Longitu-

dinal Connection at a Bulkhead in Navy Oilers, by Joseph S. Brock
and Joseph P. Eder. Feb 1953. 15 PP«; 9 figs.

852. Effective Horsepower Predictions for Maritime Administration FDfiO,

Model J+U6i^W, by P.C. Pien and M.G. Xylas. Aug 1953- 9 PP-, ^~~~

figs • Distributed only upon authorization of Maritime Administration.



853. Cold Brittleness in Notched Wide Plates of Ship Steel, by Captain

Wendell P. Roop, USN (Ret.)- May 195^. I66 pp., Ik figs.

854. The Deaeration of Water by a Sound Beam^ by Leonard Pode, M.S. May

1953. 3^ PP-; k figs.

855. (NS 731-038). General Instability of Ring-Stiffened Cylinders with

Clamped Ends under External Pressure by Kendrick's Method, by
Edmiond L. Kaminsky. Jul 195^. 13 pp.j 1 fig.

856.



857.



858. (Aero 8^2). V/ind-Tunnel Investigation of the Forces and Moments on

Several Types of Bridge Models, by Arnold W. Anderson and Elmer T.
Burgan. Aug 1953 • 9^ pp., 30 figs.

859. An Electronic V/ave-Height Measuring Apparatus, by W.S. Campbell.

Oct 1953. 18 pp., 6 figs.

860. Design Details of the DTM3 Resonant -Bridge Carrier System, by C.W.

Hoffman. Nov 1953. ^+0 pp., 26 figs.

861. A Novel Type of Depth Control or Depth Recorder for Underwater Bodies,

by F.F. Burroughs. Oct I95I. 8 pp., h figs.



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862. The Loss of Energy of a Propeller in a Locally Varying Wake Field, by

H.W. Lerbs, Dr. Ing. Nov 1^55- 19 PP-, 6 figs.

863. Bibliography on Shells and Shell-Like Structures, by William A. Nash,

Ph.D. Nov I95U. 76 pp.

864. (NS 715-102). Wall Corrections for Flow About Two-and Three-Dimensional

Symmetrical Bodies in Rectangular Channels of Infinite and Finite
Lengths, by Avis Sorden, Ph.D. Dec 195^. 58 pp., 9 figs.

865. (Aero Data Report 7). Wind-Tunnel Tests of a l/U-Scale Model T-hX

Radar Antenna, by R. Mutimer. Aug 1955. 12 pp., 5 figs.

866. (Aero Data Report 8). Wind-Tunnel Tests of a Full-Scale Piasecki

E-21 Helicopter Rotor Hub, by John J. Foster. Aug 1955. 15 PP',
6 figs.

867. (NS 715-102). A Meter for Continuous Indication of Dissolved Air

in Water, by E.M. Fitzpatrick and M.F. Harkleroad. Oct 195*^-.
21 pp., 6 figs.

868. (NS 715-102). Free Field Measurements of Sound Radiated by Subsonic

Air Jets, by Robert Lee. Dec 1955. ^ 17 PP-, H figs.

869. Powering Characteristics of a 576-Foot Tanker, Model 4^56, by P.C .

Pien. Apr 1955. 9 PP., 6 figs. Distributed only upon authorization of Sun
Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company.

870. (NS 751-058). Analysis fo Discountinuity Stresses Adjacent to a Central

Circular Opening in a Hemispherical Shell, by G.D. Galletly, Sc.D.

Jan 1954. 54 pp., 6 figs. Revised Edition May I956. '^k pp., 7 figs.

871. Powering Characteristics of a 50,000 D.W.T. Single Screw Tanker,

Model iH21-5, by P.C. Pien. Oct 1955. 12 pp., 9 figs. Distributed only

upon authorization of Sun Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company.

872. The Propagation of Elastic Waves In a Plate, by Dr. Mark Harrison.

Jan 1954. 15 pp., h figs.

875. Canceled.



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87^*-. Speed and Power Predictions for American Ship Building Company Hull (
871 Represented by Models i<-i460W and Ui+80W, by W.T. Potter. Oct

1953 • 31 PP • ^ 23 figs. Distributed only upon authorization of the American Ship
Building Company.

875.^ (NS 731-037). Preliminary Report of Strains and Motions of the SS
ESSO ASEVILLE for the Period 2k August I952 through 31 July 1P53,
by Norman H. Jasper. Oct lp53. I6 pp., 5 figs. Superseded 'oy
Report 960.

876. (NS 731-038). Tests of the Elastic Stability of a Ring-Stiffened

Cylindrical Shell, Model BR-h ( =1.103), Subjected to Hydrostatic
Pressure, by Robert C. Slankard. Feb 1955. 75 pp., ^6 figs.

877. Power Predictions for a Proposed Great Lakes Tanker, Model kk33,

by W.T. Potter. Sep I953. 9 pp., 6 figs. Distributed only upon the
authorization of Wilson Transit Company.

878. (Aero Eata Report 11). Wind -Tunnel Tests of Two 2/3-Scale Model "0"-

Type Kite Otters, by George A. Barnard. Oct 1953. 20 pp., 6 figs.

Distributed only upon authorization of TMB Hydromechanics Laboratory.

879. Predicted Cavitation Characteristics for the TMB-EPH Strut Section

Compared with Those for the Bureau of Ships Standard Strut Section,
by M.S. Macovsky, V7.L. Stracke, and J.V. Wehausen. Jan 19^^8. 7 PP»,
k figs.

880. (NS 713-017). A Guide for the Selection and Application of Resilient

Mountings to Shipboard Equipment, by Francis F. Vane. Jul 195'+«

157 PP«, k6 figs. Preliminary Edition. Distributed only upon specific

Bureau of Ships authorization.

881. Canceled.

882. Canceled.

883. Slamming Due to Pure Pitching Motion, by M. Allison Todd. Jan 1955-

36 pp., 17 figs.

88^. Strains and Deflections of Portable Evans Dunnage Members Installed
on USS DIAMOND HEAD (AEI9), by John T. Birmingham. Dec 1953. H
pp., 6 figs.



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885. (Aero 855). An Angle -of -Attack and Angle-of-Yaw Indicator Using a

Direct-Reading, Simple Strain-Gage Circuit on Sting Balances, by-
Robert B. Ormsby, Jr. Feb 195^. I8 pp., 5 figs.

886. A Systematic Evalimtion of Michell's Integral, by Georg P. Weinblum.

Jun 1955- 66 pp., 8 figs.

887. (NS 712-100). Measurement of Motion and Thrust Variation of Main

Propulsion System of USS FRED T. BERRY (DDE858), by Quentin R.
Robinson. Jan 195^;. 8 pp., 2 figs.

888. (NS 715-068). Model Tests of the Effect of "Sweep Hydrofoils" on

Ships' Bilge Keels, by C.G. Moody. Jan 195^. 10 pp., 5 figs.

Distributed only upon the authorization of Bureau of Ships.

889. (NS 715-090). Roll Damping and Resistance Due to Rolling for Model

3878-2 Representing DD692-Class (Long Hull) Destroyers, by G.P.
Stefan. Feb 195^. 21 pp., 11 figs.

890. A Design Approach to the Problem of Critical Whirling Speeds of Shaft-

Disk Systems, by Norman H. Jasper. Dec 195ij-. 59 pp., 11 figs.

891. Vibration Generator Tests on LST 11 56, by Quentin R. Robinson. Apr

195^)-. 15 pp., 6 figs.

892. (Aero 858). Vind-Tunnel Investigation of Air Loads on Human Beings,

by Thomas J. Schmitt. Jan 195^. 60 pp., 11 figs.

893.



89^.



). (NS 712-100). Vibration Generator Test on the USS NORTHAMPTON (ECLC-1),
by John T. Birmingham. Feb 19^h. 17 pp., 9 figs.



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896. (NS 715-102). A Method for Measuring the Damping of Surface Waves

by Wave Absorbers, by Howard R. Eeiss. Mar 1955* 35 PP»^ 5 figs.

897. Speed and Pover Predictions for Landing Vehicle LVT P-X-2, Represented

by Models U5C2-I, kkoQ, and ij-l+cS-l, by S.S Hagara. Apr ly^k. 22

pp. y 17 figs . Distributed only upon authorization of Bureau of ships.



898. (NS 712-100). A Stable D-C Operational Amplifier, by Henry B.O. Davis,

Ma," 195^. 17 pp., 6 figs.

899. (NS 712-100). A Function Control Unit for Use with Bureau of Ships

Analog-Computer BUSAC, by Henry B.O. Davis. May 195^. 21 pp.,
16 figs.

900. (NS 715-086). Maneuvering Tests on Model 3705 Representing Twin-

Screw Ice Breakers (AGB 1 and 2) With Inward and Outward Turning

Screws, by F.E. Bradley. Apr 195^ • 6 pp. Distributed only upon authorizaUon
of Bureau of Ships.

901. Powering Characteristics for a 158-Foot Columbian River Gunboat,

Model ^+516, by W.3. Hinterthan. Mar 195^. 12 pp., 9 figs.

Distributed only upon authorization of Todd Shipyards Corp.

Q02 .



903. Comparison of Two Sterns for SS SCHUYLER OTIS BLAND, by W.T. Potter.

8 W' } 5 figs. Distributed only upon authorization of U.S. Maritime Administration.



90l<-. (Aero 859). An Inexpensive Analogue Computer For Solving Wind-Tunnel

Strain-Gage Equations, by R.T. Patterson. Jun 195^. 39 PP'j 1^ figs.

905. Canceled.

906. (NS 712-100). Comparison Between Theoretically and Experimentally

Determined Natural Frequencies and Modes of Vibration of Ships,
by R.T. McGoldrick. Aug 195^. 20 pp., 2 figs.

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907.

908.



909. (NSS 712-100). The TMB Portable Calibrator for Vibration Transducers,

by Francis F. Vane. Nov 195^+. lU pp., 7 figs.

910. Hydrodynamic Forces and Moments Acting on a Slender Body of Revolution

Moving Under a Regular Train of Waves, by William E. Cummins. Dec
19521. li-i pp., 19 figs.

911. Observations of Stresses and Strains Near Intersections of Conical

and Cylindrical Shells, by Matthew F. Borg. Mar 19 56. 71 pp.,
62 figs.

912. Turning Tests of Model i+582WA Representing LSD28 Class, by F.D.

Bradley. Jul 195^ • 10 pp., 2 figs. Distributed only upon authorization of
Bureau of Ships.

913. Ships Slamming in Head Seas, by V.G. Szebehely, and M.A. Todd. Feb

1955. 82 pp., i^5 figs.

9114-0 Model Experiments on Slamming of a Liberty Ship in Head Seas, by
V.G. Szebehely, and S.M.Y. Lum. Feb 1955. '^^ PP., 15 figs.

915. A Method for Predicting the Torque of Semibalanced Centerline Rudders

on Multiple-Screw Ships, by S.C. Gover and C.R. Olson. Nov 195i(-.
17 pp., 7 figs.

916. A Plan for Processing the Ships Parts Control Center Inventory

Control on the UNIVAC, by Joe M. Foster and Viola D. Eovesplan.
Jun 1955. 215 pp.

917* Mobilization and Current Material Requirements for New Ship Construction,
by J.M. Boyer, J.J. O'Connor , and M. Siegel. Oct 195^^. 57 pp.
incl. diagrs.



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REGULAR SERIES

918. (Aero 867). Wind -Tunnel Tests on a Bulwark Windshield for a DD927-

Class Destroyer, by G.R. Mutimer. Aug 195^. 21 pp., 10 figs.

919. An Approximate Method of Obtaining Stress in a Propeller Blade, by

William B. Morgan. Oct 195^. 23 pp., 6 figs.

920. (NS 715-102). The Planing Characteristics of a V-Shaped Prismatic

Surface vith 50 Degrees Dead Rise, by George B. Springston, Jr.
and Clifford L. Sayre, Jr. Feb 1955* 51 pp., 13 figs.

921.



922. Resistance Tests on USMA Design 0-FG, Model hk&3, by W.T. Potter.

Sep 195^' 9 PP'; 6 figs. Distributed only upon authorization of U.S. Maritime
Administration,

923. Power Predictions for Proposed Amminition Ships AE 21-22, Model J+521,

by W.T. Potter. Sep 195^. I6 pp., 12 figs. Distributed only upon
authorization of Bureau of Ships

92it-. Power Predictions at High Speed for EC2-S-C1 Liberty Ship, Model 37^8-2,

by W.T. Potter. Sep 195^. 7 PP«j incl figs. Distributed only upon
authorization of U.S. Maritime Administration.

925. (NR 060-171). The Theoretical Dynamic Longitudinal Stability of a

Constant-Lift Hydrofoil System, by Frederick H. Imlay. Dec 195^.
10 pp., 1 fig.

926. The Determination of Frequency Response from Test Results that are


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