By Alfred W. Lawson
Пятый том авиационной энциклопедии, издававшейся с марта 1910 г.
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Where the rate of turning has reached a certain degree and the three forces being in balance, the machine will turn steadily. When the rudder is drawn back to neutral, the force (R) disappears, while the side pressure and centrifugal force have a tendency to take the machine out ol the turn and disappear when the machine stops turning. Taking the contrary, and supposing the side pressure to act in front of the center of gravity, as indicated by the dotted arrow, the centrifugal force and side pressure themselves provide a tendency to turn to the left and these, accompanied by the check of the rudder in that direction, causes the machine to turn faster and — — faster.
B. Post accomplished a beautiful flight, lasting an hour, in a Wright hydro-aeroplane, at an average altitude of 5,000 On the same day the same aviator and feet. Lieut. Carberry flew from North Islan ' front of Hotel del alighted nd later ironado, where they had breakfast, they reAt noon-tiir turned to the camp. ated the same periormance. On the same date Lieut. Mueller 1 mained in e air 3 hours and 39 minutes, during vllich time nd the led for nearly two hours the I ay lie been cabled erica camp work shop.
With a favorable "breeze" of 20 or 30 m. p. h. ) At 1,000 feet, the machine would be above the fog-banks of Newfoundland and star observations could be made at night. In case of a breakdown, the machine, which is constructed to float like a flying-boat, equipped with land-chassis, would alight on the water. (In the meantime, a storm has suddenly come up and waves, thirty or forty feet in height, are raging. ) After repairs, the machine gracefully soars aloft and the flight is continued. To quote from the article: "In the event of a breakdown, it would be necessary to trust to the buoyancy of the machine, a large reserve of which is provided for by the petrol tanks alone in this case, as these would displace 3,200 lbs.
Aircraft Vol. 5 by Alfred W. Lawson